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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 November 1996

ntertainment Page 5 November 6, 1996 I I. | 1 I • I It Jffiv jh m: i ; 1 I The Rambler Jackson is successfully keeping country alive kelli pakkkk Managing editor Everything Alan Jackson loves will soon be what every Alan Jackson fan falls in love with. Not because it's flashy and full of hot, remarkable music, but because it's Alan Jackson — IVtUSIC smooth, clown to earth and pure country. Everything I Love is his fifth album and includes the hit song "Little Bitty," which is the highest charting debut single of his career. Jackson has had 20 number one songs in the six years he's been in the business, and "Little Bitty" is sure to make 21. The chipper, uplifting beat along with the cheerful lyrics makes this a feel-good song that is truly infec- tious. Ii is the 1 irst song on the new l()-track album that Jackson said lie is quite satisfied with. "Well, I like it," he said. "It's more relaxed, of course, because I have more experience in the studio and I have more confidence as an ...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 6 November 1996

November 6,1996 The Rambler Ptujlo by Angle EasJey Forward l'alal Al At las < 12 was one of the reasons Che soccer team won four of their last si\ games to earn a berth in the Heart of Texas Conference playoffs. The trip was short lived, however, as the Rams fell to St. Mary's 3-0 yesterday in San Antonio. Playoffs end quickly for Rams Si. Mary's shuts out soccer team, 3-0, in first round (iui (, h()(,()moi. Suifl writer The Wesleyan soccer learn (6- 13) is still looking lor ils first playoll win in school history altera 3-0 loss yesterday afternoon at St.Mary's University in the opening round of the Heart of Texas Conference playoffs. 1'he Rams rebounded from a horrendous 2-10 start this year to run off four wins in six games to finish 6-12 and come from nowhere to clinch a HOT conference playoff berth. "The big turnaround had a lot to do with us maturing as the season went along," Medina said. " Most of the games we lost we could have won il it weren't for a mental break- down ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 November 1996

side of ... in Sports LIBRAPV ' November 13, 1996 Vol. 79, No. 21 Fort Worth, Texas Rambler A student-operated newspaper serving the Texas Wesley an community Anderson, Danna catch theft suspects Security reports two stolen cars over last month David Curry News editor Over the past four weeks, two cars have been stolen from Wesleyan parking lots on Col lard Street. On Oct. 24, a 1988 Honda Accord was stolen from parking lot K, which is located across from the Sid Richardson building. The car belonged to junior religion major Karris Kuper. "It kind of bothers me that it could happen on a school parking lot," says Kuper. The vehicle was recovered the same day by the Fort Worth police department,, but no suspects were arrested. Kuper then had to pay $55 to have her car returned because it had been impounded Then on Nov. 6 another 1988 Honda Accord, owned by Loretta Hennard of career and testing, was stolen from parking lot D by Polytechnic United Methodist Church. The car was also reco...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 November 1996

November 13, 1996 The Rambler hi Brief. . . On Campus Tomorrow the Department of Intensive English will host their annual Open House from 11 a.m. to I p.m. in the Dan Waggoner Annex. The Aries is now accepting] submissions in poetry, short fiction, personal essay, analytical essay, drama and art. Deadline is Dec. 1. | For guidelines call Kuthy Walker at ext. 4400. Copies of the 1996 Aries are available in the Campus Bookstore. Texas Wesleyan music depart- ment will present two light operas on Tuesday, November 19 at 7:30 p.m in the Law Sone Fine ArtSi ! Center. The health center is offering flu shots to students, faculty, staff or their dependents at $6 per person.: Vaccinations can be received in room 109 of the Sid Richardson i Building, Monday through Friday j ; from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and I Wednesdays .from 4:30 p.m. to 1\ p.m. For times when vaccinations will be available in the business building, call Deb Norwood at ext. ,4948. The Wesleyan Rideshare Program is a new servi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 November 1996

November 13, 1996 The Rambler Ser fcti- lat jes kh. i't >r- a .. Editorial Law school location financed in a snap Two weeks ago the university pulled Off a big one: the purchase of the new law school location has got to rank right up there with New Coke or the lesbian wedding on Friends. Everybody's trumpeting about it, from President Jake Schrum to law school dean Frank Walwer to the Fort Worth Sun-Telegram. The Star went as far as to say it's a "huge stride" toward Wesleyan being recognized as "one of Texas' finest institutions of higher learn- ing." Heady stuff, there. This may even be as big as Barry vs. Jimmy a few weeks back. All joking aside, this is an exciting time for Wesleyam Think about it next time you're wander- ing aimlessly around downtown some night—soon we will be rep- resented here. We will have a school building within a stone's throw of the courthouse and the Kings Bass, the Coffee Haus and the Blarney Stone (OK, so the Rambler editors are kind of excited too...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 November 1996

N o vem ber 13, 1996 The Rambler Sports medicine to expand Fransisca Qi mntanak Staff writer Bill Currie, Athletic [raining Certified, Licensed Athletic Trainer, is the new head trainer for the ath- letic department after former head trainer Pamela Rast, ATC, LAT, moved to the position of director of sports medicine. . As the athletic trainer and an instructor for the department of exercise and spurts studies, Currie said he's responsible for "the physi- cal health ol the athletes on a day to 'day basis, doing their treatments, dealing with excessive injuries, and "is an liaison among the athlete, the physician and the coach." Currie graduated from Texas Woman's University and became interested in athletic training during his last year. "I had always been interested in the health care field, hut .1 didn't k'now what aspect. I started out in physical therapy, then pre-med, but I wasn't sure. I had always enjoyed athletips, but 1 didn't know about athletic training. It was something I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 November 1996

men Page 5 November 13, 1996 The Rambler i I lid !>f bd r tin bf A 'homie' replacement Local restaurant provides life after Mama's Ambkr Causey Staff writer Homie's Cafe is everything from good food to a great substitute for Mama's Pizza for Wesleyan and the community., Since the dosing of Mama's, many students haven't had a place to eat and hang out. Wdl, now we do and it is the same walking distance as Mama's was. Homie's is located on the corner of Wesleyan Street and Rosedale. It opened on Sept. 16. As 1 was nearing the door .of Homie's, my friends and I were greeted by the owner, asking us it this was our lirst time eating there. We told him it was and he assured us that we will enjoy it. And enjoyed it I did. It tasted just like my grand- ma's home cooking (if you were in my family, you would know how good that is). 1 had the taco plate ($3.25), but instead of two tacos, rice and beans, 1 was able to substitute one enchilada for one taco. The taco and enchilada were good, c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 November 1996

The Rambler Townsville comes from down V' 1 . I . • ' . , ' . '■ • under to beat Rams 113-94 Dominick Mastrangelo Sports editor Australia's Townsville Suns used a 16-3 run to start the second half and pulled. away from Wesleyan, winning 113-94 last Saturday in the Rams' exhibition opener at the Sid Richardson Center. The Rams looked u> be exempt from most of the traditional first game jitters, jumping out to a 28 17 lead behind a pesky full-court press and 10 of Jason Peterson's 12 first half points, Peterson led Wesleyan with 23 points. The Suns showed why they're one of the top teams in Australia as they went on a 9-0 run to pull with- in five of the Rams, who took a 4l)-4S lead into the locker room at hall'time. The Suns figured out the Wesleyan press and shot 65 percent in the second half to put the game out of reach with about ten minutes remaining. The Suns' Tony De Ambrosis led all scorers with 26 points, as Australia had seven players score in double figures. "1 was pleas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 November 1996

1 I 1 1 I ' KP . II cJ warriors? ... in News November 20, 1996 Vol. 79, No. 22 Fort Worth, Texas A student-operated newspaperj £ the Texas Wesleyan community # 111 I 11 1 ' 1 ' - 1 I 1'" * ' HIIWII I HI , ,,, w ., 'Crazy Rockman' attacks theater students David Curry News editor O.H Sunday, Nov. 10 an uniden- tified African-American . male attacked Wesleyan students, faculty, and one alum at the Fire Station Theatre at about noon. The man pelted peices of concrete at the group. I lie group were leaving a rehearsal for Pirates in Paradise, a play being directed by Connie- Whiti Lambert, interim chair of the theater department, when the inci- dent occurred. "We came out and he started yelling. 'Are ya' Fnglish or Spanish, let me hear the words,'" related Lambert. "Apparently he got agitated when we did not respond." Lambert said. No one was injured, but Wesleyan alum Laura Campbell's car was hit and received minor dam- age. Campbell is the choreographer for the show. The group fled the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 November 1996

November 20.1996 I The Rambler hi Uric J . . . On Campus The Aries is now accepting submissions in poetry.,short fiction, personal essay, analytical essay, drama and art. Deadline is Dec. I For guidelines call Kathy Walker at ext. 4400. Copies of the 19% Aries are available in the Campus Bookstore. The health center is offering flu shots to students, faculty, staff or ! their dependents at $6 per person. Vaccinations can be received in room 109 of the Sid Richardson Building, Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Wednesdays from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. For times when vaccinations will be available in the business building, call Deb Norwood at ext. 4948. The Wesleyan Rideshare Program is a new service offered to -commuter students and employees. For more information or an applica- tion call Caroline Gary at ext. 4871 The Quick Response Program has been created to assist commuter, levelling and weekend students in j communicating with university ! offices and/or personnel ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 November 1996

The Rambler November 20, 1996 I I: m I I' I i Editorial Kudos to Anderson, Danna in thief arrests In this neighborhood, where gun shots can be- heard as nightly entertainment, it is nice to know that at least a few good men are oui there watching out for us and our prized possessions. On Oct. 30, when Officer John Danna and security guard Jim Anderson apprehended the three suspects breaking into a car at Wesleyan, they sent two messages: To the criminals in the area they said, "Hey! We're here, and we're watching you." And to the Wesleyan commu- nity they said, "Iley! We're doing our job, and we're going to make this a safe place for you." Danna was quoted as saying it made him feel good to catch the criminals. Well, it makes us feel good to see it happen. Anderson said he and Danna have received many pats on the back after friends read the article in last week's Rambler. They were well-deserved. For a while now, security has been an issue at this school, and now the students can fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 November 1996

fovember The Rambler On different levels Getting very, very sleepy... Hypnotist Rich Amines controls the crowd in the quad last week by making them believe they were such animals as road runners and coyotes. He told them they would feel no embarassment after the act. Ready to get things done John Schuller is prepared to work hard on the campus network Photo donated by the Archibalds Victoria and Paul Archibald say taking pictures is one of the biggest obstacles of having such an extreme height difference. Kara Fairvveathkr Stall writer Most women like to date taller men, hut 18 inches is quite difference. This is the case lor Victoria and Paul Archibald. Victoria, a part-time education major and mother of two, is 4 feet I i inches. Her husband, Paul, graduated from Wesleyan in 1987 and now works as a police officer in Fort Worth. He is 6 feet 6 inches tall. I low do they manage such a height difference? Victoria said, "The biggest problem is that we love to dance, and because of thi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 November 1996

. Page 5 November 20, 1996 The Rambler Play causes creepy chills Stephen English Editor-in-chief Fans of creepy, non-linear television shows like The X-Files and The Twilight Zone would enjoy Wesieyan senior Angela Gant's play Mother's Oldest, which played at the Firestation Theatre on Monday. The script purposefully leaves certain questions unanswered, to let the audience's imagination fill in the picture. t> */ nnI/T, When the lights come up, four * LAY IvEVIEW ligures sit or slump unconscious in a minimal set; a few chairs, a bar, a fireplace. The black and red color scheme, combined with inven- tive lighting, evokes. Hell. One at a time, the people come around, suspicious of one another and baffled as to how they ended up in this place. After opening a book of signatures, they sud- denly learn each other's names and their suspicion of one another recedes. Monica, a dit/.y high- school type with a strong Christian upbringing, starts talking about things her mother taught her a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 November 1996

November 20, 1996 The Rambler Wesleyan post-freshman golfers take championship in Texas contest domink k Mastrangei o Sports editor When the NA1A preseason Top 25 ranking came out last week, Wesleyan golf coach Bobby Comett was pleasantly surprised. It wasn't because Wesleyan was ranked seventh in the poll, but who was ranked first. Southwestern Oklahoma State may have ascended to the top o£ the polk, but a second place finish by Richard Noon and a sixth place finish by Chris Gaines propelled the Texas Wesleyan Blue team to first place in the Texas Intercollegiate Golf Championship at Meadowbrook Golf Club in Fort Worth on Oct. 28-29. The blue team, comprised of Noon, Gaines, George Watts, Richard Ramskill and Troy Helwig, shot a combined 573 to beat number one Southwestern and Cameron University of Oklahoma by two, strokes. For the tournament, coach Bobby Cornett took his golfers and made two teams: the blue team made up of non-freshmen and the gold team made up of freshmen. The to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 December 1996

have a good break! December 4, 1996 Vol. 79, No, 23 Fort Worth, Texas A student-operated newspaper serving the Texas Wesley an community 1 f ■ . I Stallman to resign as coach Volleyball coach focuses on ath- letics director position Allison E. Wood Editorial assistant Rosie Stallman, the head volley- ball coach the past four years, will step down at the end of this semes- ter and assume her responsibilities as full time athletics director "My first love has always been coaching and coaching volleyball," said Stallman. "This is my 22nd year of coaching, and when 1 took on the responsibility as director of athletics two and a half years ago, 1 didn't realize how little time I would have to prepare for the coaching." "This year 1 felt like 1 didn't have the. time to spend, to get to know them (the volleyball team) as well as 1 have in the past. It's not fair to them," said Stallman who led her team to Nationals in 1994 in Nashville. With, the move to NCAA Division II, the athletic depa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 December 1996

The Rambler In Brief. . . On Campus m A student directory will be. compiled with the names, phone* numbers and addresses of all stu dents. If you do not want your name to be included, contact Rynn Sloan in person or by writing by Jan. 31. ' y" f • The Winter Festival begins today. Activities include putting up the Christmas tree in the Brown- Lupton campus center and voting for Jack Frost and Snow Maiden. The activities and voting continue throughout the week, culminating this Sat. at the basketball game when the Snow Maiden and Jack Frost are announced at half-time. This Sunday, there will be tree trimming and hot cider in the | Pillow House followed by lessons and carols at the Poly United: Methodist Church at 7 p.m. Lambda Kappa Kappa will meet tomorrow during free period! in the business building, room 102. V" 1 « * ! '' ■ ' '] j • . Scholarships/Contests An art contest is being held by the American Iron horse Motorcycle Company, a local custom motorcy- cle manufacturer. It is l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 December 1996

Shout the hallelujahs, throw the confetti, pop open the cham- pagne— The Rambler has finally moved to its- new offices! It's been a long time coming and we couldn't be happier with our three new (and big!) offices. Although we will miss our friends in the exercise and sports studies offices, we have been doing cart- wheels since we moved. But before we go too far, we'd like to thank some people who helped us in our moments of need: —Judy Creech. Thanks for everything, especially for getting up early in the morning and pick- ing out comfortable, good furniture for our offices. Thanks for being available to us and for overseeing the entire project. —Ron Livingston. He pestered the city of Fort Worth to get its inspections finished so the modular would be ready this semester. Yea!! —Maintenance. Thanks to the guys who moved all our stuff, from hauling our computers and boxes down the stairs and squeezing them into our temporary offices, to lug- ging them down the street and into the mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 December 1996

'age December 4, 1996 The Rambler M ■ Kf i B ■> I Flicks for fun Freshman vocal major Tammy Smith and F.nglish professor Joel Garza working together to start a film club on campus called Choice Flicks. Jamks Pfakfengijt Staff writer Students looking for something to do with their evenings need look no further than the Choice Flicks film club, an emerging campus organization dedicated to every- thing cinema. The club, which will be active early next semester, will focus on the classics and lesser known films, and will provide an opportunity for film buff students to meet others with similar interests. The concept originated from a suggestion by freshman vocal major Tammy Smith in her GST class. Smith is working with Joel Garza, English instructor and director of the Wesleyan Collegiate Institute, to make the club a reality. "1 think an aim of the universi- ty is raising cultured people," said Garza. "Hopefully this will maybe JOYCE ALYN'S APPAREL Bridal & Formal Gowns Tuxedo R...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 December 1996

ntertainment Page 5 December 4, 1996 The Rambler movie releases: 101 Photo by Olive Coote Jeff Daniels stars in Disney's 10! Dalmatians. His collection of puppies sparks the interest of the menacing Cruella DeVil. KELLI Pakkkk Managing editor 101 Dalmatians (now playing): When i first heard that Disney was releasing 101 Dalmatians, I was ecstatic. Then I found out it was live instead of aniriiated, and I was scared it would be some Dalmatian-infested version of Homeward Bound.' 1 am happy to report how wrong I was. I went expecting only to admire the cute puppies, but instead .saw a genuinely funny movie. In an audience of all ages, it was obvi- ous the parents were enjoying the movie ever>' bit as much as the children. The performance of Cruella DeVil by Glenn Close was frighteningly good, and the surreal scenery was a nice substitution for animation. Watching the extreme- ly well-trained and talented Dalmatians is absolutely fascinating. Daylight (Dec. 6): Sylvester Stalone sta...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 December 1996

Page 6 December 4, 1996 The Rambler Rams fade in opener Dominick Mastrang bxo Sports editor Talk to any fisherman and it's a sure bet that he has a story about the one that got away. Coach Dennis Krishka now has his own story about the one that got away as Wesleyan dropped their season opener 100-92, to Midwestern State at D.L. Ligon Coliseum on Nov. 19. Wesleyan stayed with Midwestern for most of the game trailing by only 2 at halftime 49-47, but foul trouble caught up with Wesleyan in the second half, as Midwestern won the game from the free-throw line. "Thirty-nine and 21 that's the story of the game," said Krishka.. Thirty-nine and 21 was the number of times Wesleyan went to the line. Midwestern,made,more free-throws (24) thari Wesleyan attempted. Wesleyan had four people foul out of the game. Jason Peterson led Wesleyan with 20 points and handed out live assists. Lanny Knight and Byron Carter came off the bench and scored 18 and 15 points'respective- ly- Darius Brown and Michae...

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