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ONE OF THE MASKS that will be used in the noh lecture and performance tonight. This kind of mask is used in traditional Japanese theater.


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Traditional noh theater debuts at UA create an understanding between different peoples and traditions. “Noh theater is perhaps the performance and lecture on a Japanese oldest living theater tradition theater tradition will in the world,” said James Cook, take the stage tonight the UA liaison for the Japan at Holsclaw Hall. Noh Foundation. “It began in the 13th theater, which has its roots in century and has been ongoing Japanese legend and history, since that time. Today it is still blends elements of music, drama thriving in Japan.” The concept of time plays a and dance. Traditionally, two primary actors wear elaborate crucial role in the philosophy masks, while drummers and behind noh, both behind the chanters accompany them on scenes and on stage. Masks worn by actors often depict intangible stage. Though traditional noh characters of nonhuman or divine performances often last an entire form. One of the most unique aspects of noh day, tonight’s theater is that pres entation the performers, will be though wellmore of an studied in the What: Japanese noh intro duction art, do not to the genre, theater as presented When: Tonight, 7 - 9 p.m. rehearse often as you through a Where: School of Music, might think. sampling “The theory of selected Holsclaw Hall behind nearly scenes from Price: Free all noh plays four different in Japan is that noh plays. earlier in the To put on the performance, the College of week [of the performance], the Fine Arts partnered with the Japan musicians, actors and chorus Foundation, an international will come together just one time,” organization that aims to present Cook said. The agenda for tonight will elements of Japanese culture to


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Jubilith Moore, an internationally known western noh artist, will be a guest artist in the noh lecture performance tonight at Holsclaw Hall. Noh is a Japanese theater tradition that began in the 13th century and is still practiced today.

feature playwright and performer David Crandall and artistic director of Theatre of Yugen, Jubilith Moore, both of whom are well known internationally in the world of noh. One of the most popular

noh plays, “Hagorom” (The Feather Mantle), will be the first piece performed and will serve to demonstrate the intricate movements of Noh theater. Cook said the philosophy driving the practice is “to address


this idea of the transiency of life and that we need to encounter the moment as it is and preserve it.”

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Attention lovers, singles, players and heartbreakers: Espresso Art Café on University Boulevard will host a “Lonely Hearts and Lovers” party for Valentine’s Day tonight at 8:30 p.m. In the light, fruity haze of hookah smoke, partygoers can enjoy wine and drink specials, take pictures in a photo booth and have the chance to win prizes in a raffle. Nathan Lacaze, a barista at Espresso Art Café who will be working the event, said that it will be an inclusive event and a great opportunity to meet new people. “The point is to get people together, and you don’t necessarily need to have a date,” Lacaze said. “In fact, it’s a good place to go if you don’t have a date.” Single or taken, young or old, Espresso Art Cafe wants everyone to feel welcome to attend the party. Espresso Art Café director of marketing Sarah Foster said it is for people of all ages. “This isn’t just an event for people 21 and over,” Foster said. “You have to be 18 to smoke hookah, but anybody can participate.”

“I’m excited to see how The raffle follows the allinclusive vibe as well, and everyone dresses. I already includes a range of prizes from talked to a few [people] who wine and drink coupons to have their outfits picked out,” Westholter said. “It’ll be fun to deals on coffee and hookah. And if you are one of the just take pictures and hang out lucky ones who are 21 and with some friends.” One of the people she referred over, looking for a stiff drink to lighten your load but not to is April Anderson, who works at Espresso into drowning Art Café yourself in and plans cheap alcohol, to attend then the the event. bartenders at Anderson Espresso Art said her Café’s new Valentine’s back bar will surely have a — Nathan Lacaze, Day outfit Espresso Art barista this year drink for you. includes “It’s really v e l v e t an artisan bar. Here it’s more of an art — it’s maroon pants. But if you don’t have a pair not somewhere you go to take shots; it’s a place to sit down of those, don’t fret. A pair of and have a nice drink,” Lacaze slacks or a nice blouse will do. said. “We are really taking No date? No problem. Short on time and preparing drinks that cash? No worries. “There is no cover,” Foster people enjoy.” While the event is aimed to said. “It’s just a good place to accommodate everyone, there get everyone together on a day is one stipulation that guests where people think they are supposed to be with someone.” must follow to enter the party. “It’s going to a semi-formal event,” Foster said. “You should wear red or pink.” The dress code aspect of the — Follow Tatiana Tomich party is a draw for Espresso Art @xoTatianaTom Café regular Daisha Westholter.

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upid has a competitor this year. His name is Frank Underwood, and his venomous political rhetoric stings far worse than an arrow through the heart. This Valentine’s Day will witness a new type of massacre, one marked by the backstabbing tactics of the characters on the Netflix phenomenon known as “House of Cards.” Just as fans are flocking to consume all 13 new episodes of the second season, the company that holds the rights to the Emmy-winning series has already announced the renewal of the show for a third season.

For those who have yet to binge on the show’s first season, the series follows the seedy pursuits of a congressman, played by Kevin Spacey, out to steal a position of power unjustly given to someone else. His journey of retribution reflects the carefully calculated actions of a Machiavellian puppet master. Few details have been leaked as to the conflicts lined up for Frank Underwood and his Lady Macbeth look-alike of a wife, played by Robin Wright. A twominute preview introduced the congressman being sworn in as the new vice president of the fictional Walker administration. A series of shots then follow that

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wish that on this Valentine’s Day I could write a positive review about a romantic movie, that I could tell all couples out there that watching “Endless Love” would be a date night well spent. However, I can’t say that. “Endless Love” is average at best, a teenage romantic drama so predictable that if I were to give you the skeleton of the plot, you could flesh it out in 10 seconds flat. So, the plot: a middle-class boy (Alex Pettyfer), gets to date the girl of his dreams (Gabriella Wilde) after crushing on her throughout high school, but her father (Bruce Greenwood) disapproves. Your 10 seconds start now. In all seriousness: David (Pettyfer) has been too shy to talk to Jade (Wilde), a sheltered girl who has retreated into herself since the passing of her brother. We never see this brother, as this is all explained through an expositional voice-over, mistakenly holding the audience at bay by not showing us this loss firsthand. Jade has no friends and wants to hold a graduation party to

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meet her senior class. Remember when the gorgeous blonde girl with supermodel good looks didn’t have any friends in high school? Yeah, neither do I. Anyway, at the party, Jade and David hit it off and fall for each other. However, Hugh), Jade’s father, is decidedly less than happy about his daughter falling for David, whose father is a car mechanic. David has a sordid past, and Hugh isn’t about to let some guy screw up his daughter after he’s already lost a son. There are some sincere threads in the film. Jade wants to break away from her father, yet we are able to understand where her father’s overly strict ways come from. Hugh is a man still reeling from the death of his son, maintaining his room in the exact same condition as it was when he died, a museum of baseball trophies and placards. Unfortunately, these conflicted characters can’t offset the melodrama of screaming in the street, car crashes and house fires. The entire cast actually does a fairly remarkable job, and is solely responsible for elevating the film above its pitiful script. Pettyfer and

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Spend V-Day off the beaten path f you are stumped for what to do this weekend, here are some last-minute Valentine’s Day suggestions. If you’re sick of fancy dinners and a cheesy rom-com, there are some fun alternatives available.

V-Day brunch at Blue Willow

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Blue Willow Restaurant and gift shop offers a romantic patio well-suited for a Valentine’s Day brunch. The patio is tucked away from the traffic of Campbell Avenue.

starters,” she said. There is also a Valentine’s Day section with a tiny fill-inthe-blank book titled “What I LOVE About You By Me,” which is a great gift for capturing old memories and creating new ones. Other quirky and humorous presents include a pair of socks

featuring a depiction of Vincent van Gogh’s “Starry Night,” mini beer-mug shot glasses and a book dedicated to pickup lines.

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Located on Campbell Avenue, this intimate cafe provides the perfect location for a brunch with family and friends. Guests have the choice of dining inside or on the popular patio, which has a lush garden and cozy atmosphere. The owner of Blue Willow, Rebecca Ramey said that unlike many other restaurant patios, Blue Willow’s is quiet and secluded. “The patio is kind of tucked away and hidden,” Ramey said. “The outdoor dining experience feels romantic.” The most popular brunch item is the Blue Willow special, which comes with scrambled eggs, chicken, green chiles, tomatoes, chopped corn tortillas, cheddar cheese, salsa and sour cream. Ramey said she recommends the fresh fruit crepe. It is served with strawberries, bananas, pineapple, blueberries, yogurt, whipped cream and cinnamon, and the portions are typically big enough to share. Blue Willow is a popular destination, so there isn’t a time

could be a nice way to end the day. Located on Speedway Boulevard, The Loft offers a unique movie-going experience with its laid-back vibe. It also has more to snack on than the usual popcorn and Butterfinger Minis. A bar-style counter offers pizza, beer and wine — perfect for grabbing dinner beforehand or hanging out after to talk about the movie. Jeff Yanc, Loft Cinema’s program director, said the movie “Harold and Maude” is a quirky romance about a 19-year-old man and a 79-year-old woman who fall in love. “[The film] appeals to anyone who has ever been in love with anyone,” Yanc said. Beyond the movie itself, The Loft Cinema strays from the traditional theater route with its Valentine’s Day events. These include a free prize raffle, a “Harold and Maude”-themed costume contest and a special prize for the audience couple with the largest age gap. Yanc said that during showings at The Loft, it’s common for people to recite lines and sing music from the film. “This creates a more fun, interactive and memorable experience,” Yanc said.



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PUCKER UP, BUTTERCUP UofA Bookstore holds its second annual Kiss-Off on UA Mall In pairs of two, students lined up under the hot sun Thursday on the UA Mall to strategize about the best way to hold an iPod case in between their lips for two hours. The UofA Bookstore hosted its second annual Kiss-Off in celebration of Valentines Day and to promote Apple products and the bookstore. Each contestant won an iPod case, and the winner received a free iPod Touch. ALL PHOTOS BY REBECCA MARIE SASNETT/ THE DAILY WILDCAT

NICOLE BUI and Ella Anguiano, system engineering sophomores, hold an iPod case between their lips during the Kiss-Off.

MATT LIM, a biology sophomore, and Sarah Cho, a physiology sophomore, hold each other to make sure the iPhone case does not fall during the UofA Bookstore’s secnd Annual Kiss-Off on the UA Mall on Thursday.

BRITTANY MAR, physiology senior, and Brittney Trang, pharmacy sophomore, watch their friends Matt Lim, a biology sophomore, and Sarah Cho, a physiology sophomore, during the Kiss-Off.

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onight, it’s all about women’s hair. The upcoming film series at Exploded View Cinema features a series of 8mm films shot in New York City by Arthur, a filmmaker obsessed with women’s hair. Throughout the ’50s and ’60s, Arthur used his unique vision to capture women’s hair on film in an artistic way. Eric Kroll, a Tucson photographer, will present some of Arthur’s work in the film series “Unattainable” tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the microcinema. “When you see this stuff, it’s extraordinary,” Kroll said. “He loved women. He had a pure interest in women’s hair. You never see men in this footage.” Many of the films were made in Washington Square Park in New York

City, where Arthur, who is now in his eighties, still lives. Kroll said that he doesn’t believe Arthur took the footage with artistic intentions. “He wasn’t trying to make art,” Kroll said. “If there’s any artistic imprint, it’s by accident.” According to David Sherman, one of the founders of Exploded View, the gallery is covering unique terrain. “[Arthur’s work] is essentially street photography,” Sherman said. “There are all different types of women, all different ages.” Sherman said that Arthur took great care in annotating and labeling his films. “He actually had notes and the notes are specifically related to their hair, like ‘Irish blonde,” Sherman said. Because the films are silent, Thy Odd Birds, a five-piece jazz band, will

be playing original music composed specifically to accompany Arthur’s films. Visitors will also get to see Arthur’s collages made from images of women’s hair cut from newspapers, magazines and comics. There are also a few photos from Arthur’s collection of “Stan’s Photos.” These photos feature women with hair so long their locks touch the ground. “The extent of his obsession is extraordinary,” Kroll said, considering the hours of work he put into his collages. The show will also be open from noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, but without the live music. Admission is $5.

COURTESY OF DAVID SHERMAN — Follow Karen Schaffner@dailywildcat THIS PHOTO IS ONE of the photos from Arthur’s collection titled “Stan’s Photo’s,” which depicts a series of women with

extremely long hair. Photos from the series will be on display at Exploded View Microcinema tonight.

Community Chatter

What are your plans for Valentine’s Day? —Compiled by Joey Fisher

“I’m going to the bars with friends.” — Danielle Renyer, family studies and human development senior

“I’m going to try to find a date.” — Chris Luttinen, pre-business freshman

“I’m making puppy chow with my friends.” — Ariana Haghighi, prepharmacy freshman

“I’ll probably hit the pool.” — Dalton O’Brien, pre-business freshman

“I’m going out for sushi with my boyfriend.” — Ashley Gander, ecology and environmental biology senior

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“House of Cards” will match the second novel in Dobbs’ series, “To Play the King.” The few details that have been released are the names of some guest directors working on this season, including Academy Awardwinning actress Jodie Foster and even Robin Wright, who will be directing herself in the season’s 10th episode. Much of the success of the series is attributed to its show runner, Beau Willimon. The Oscar-nominated screenwriter got his start working on presidential campaigns. After making a career change to playwright, a script of his attracted the attention of Hollywood producers and turned into the 2011 feature film “The Ides of March,” starring George Clooney. Like “Cards,” the film displays corruption in American politics. In a recent interview with the New York Times, Willimon said he enjoys exploring the darker side of human nature in his work. “Anyone who’s going to like this show is not going to be the sort of person who needs to like the characters,” Willimon said in the interview. During a free-for-all question and answer session with his more than 11,000 Twitter followers on Sunday, Willimon said that he and his production team try to keep the show authentic by doing lots of research. Underwood’s centralization of power may be more of a dramatic liberty than documented fact. “There is a lot more uncertainty in real politics,” said Suzanne Dovi, an associate professor at the UA School of Government and Public Policy. Dovi researches the ethics of political lobbying, and says that Underwood’s ability to micromanage all of Congress is very unrealistic, due to a revolving-door pattern of power between politicians, staffers and lobbyists. But the disintegration of unity within the two political parties makes Underwood’s opportunistic rise to power more plausible, Dovi said. Since the last century, the increased attention on individual candidates has weakened the influence of the party itself. “Party leadership no longer has control over individual representatives,” Dovi said. Although a card-carrying member of the Democratic Party, Underwood’s tactics are uncharacteristic of either party. The show is able to appeal to a broad audience since it doesn’t play on stereotypical presumptions of political caricatures, but rather develops a three-dimensional antihero who could rival any of William Shakespeare’s flawed protagonists. Underwood’s fight for power is expected to draw a large number of streamers this weekend on Netflix. Only time will tell if Underwood will be able to seduce viewers with his cool, Southern drawl for a second season in a row.

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thE boys & giRls Clubs of Tuc‑ son have Part‑Time Youth Activity Leader positions available. These positions are responsible for plan‑ ning and implementing fun activi‑ ties for youth ages 7‑17. Respon‑ sibilities include, but are not lim‑ ited to: *Implement programs based on the objectives/goals of the clubhouse. *Maintaining proper care and upkeep of equip‑ ment and supplies. *Keeping bul‑ letin boards and materials up‑ dated. *Maintaining the room in a clean and safe operating condition by keeping the floor, equipment and tables clean and free of clut‑ ter. *Promoting clubhouse activi‑ ties. *Implementing various and es‑ tablished methods of member recognition for participation and achievement. *Maintaining order and discipline of members by im‑ plementing and reinforcing behav‑ ioral guidelines established by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson. Qualified candidates must have high school diploma or equivalent, with the ability to work and commu‑ nicate effectively with youth ages 7 to 17 years old. The Computer Room Leader must have prior ex‑ perience and knowledge of com‑ puters, printers, Microsoft Office software. Prefer some experience with music and/or video software programs. These are Part‑Time positions working 20 hours per week with a starting wage of $8.50‑ /hour. Pre‑employment drug test‑ ing and a background check is part of our hiring process. Quali‑ fied candidates are encouraged to submit their cover letter and re‑ sume to Carla Carpentier, Director of Human Resources via email ( or fax to 520‑573‑3569.

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Arizona men’s basketball at ASU Even without Brandon Ashley, Arizona still has what it takes to blow out ASU. Last week ASU needed overtime at home to beat Oregon State, which the UA beat up 76-54 on Sunday. It’s at least a moral win if the Wildcats escape Tempe, Ariz., without getting spit on or called a racial slur. Arizona 86, ASU 72 USA men’s hockey at Russia There’s been no love lost between these countries over the years, especially on the ice. Russia has elite NHL forwards Evgeni Malkin and Alex Ovechkin. However, the American offense features Patrick Kane and Zach Parise. USA has the edge in net with 2012 Conn Smythe Trophy winner Jonathan Quick, who has performed his best in big games. United States 4, Russia 3 (OT); Do you believe in miracles?! Yes! NBA Slam Dunk Contest Sigh, if only LeBron James decided to participate in the dunk contest this year. It should still be a great showing with the likes of defending champ Terrence Ross, along with Paul George and John Wall in the mix. It’s too tough for me to pick against a former winner here. Terrence Ross, Toronto Raptors BY ROBERTO PAYNE The Daily Wildcat

Arizona men’s basketball at ASU This game will be much closer than the first matchup was. ASU is back at full strength and looking for a signature win for its tournament résumé. However, even without Brandon Ashley, the Wildcats are just too talented to give one away in Tempe, Ariz. Arizona 68, ASU 63 USA men’s hockey at Russia I’m not a big hockey fan, but I do know Russians sure can play hockey. Having Alex Ovechkin, Evgeni Malkin and Ilya Kovalchuk on the same team is a scary thought. Team USA is lucky its goaltenders are very good. It’s tough to go against America, but I think Russia takes this one. Russia 3, USA 2 NBA Slam Dunk Contest The Slam Dunk contest used to be a premier event at NBA All-Star weekend, but sadly has been reduced to a contest of who has the best props. This year’s event consists of several up-and-coming highflyers, but I’m sticking with one of my favorite players, Paul George. Paul George, Indiana Pacers BY MATT WALL

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Arizona men’s basketball at ASU Coming off two wins against both the Oregon schools, ASU fans might be doing some more spitting as head coach Sean Miller and the Wildcats head north to Tempe, Ariz. Look for the Cats to come out rolling and defeat their rival school, with Sparky the Sun Devil getting squashed by Wilbur the Wildcat. Arizona 82, ASU 65 USA men’s hockey at Russia In 1980, USA pulled off the biggest upset in the history of sports, defeating the Soviet Union in the “Miracle on Ice.” This year, it will happen again. Even though the Russians have four of the most talented players in the world, look for the youth and speed of Team USA to shock the world. USA 3, Russia 2 NBA Slam Dunk Contest Besides sharing the same last name, John Wall and I have absolutely nothing in common. His offthe-charts dance moves and quickness will surely get the crowd fired up in what is to be a contest of epic proportions in the first year of the new slam dunk rules. John Wall, Washington Wizards


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Game day • FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2014

Baseball, Lopez open 2014 season

Baseball: game day guide to Hi Corbett

evan rosenfeld Baseball is back, love is in the air and opening day is upon us. Arizona baseball kicks off the season tonight, hosting Kent State in a threegame series beginning at 6 p.m. at Hi Corbett Field. Firework festivities will follow tonight’s game, and the second and third contests will take place on Saturday at 6 p.m. and Sunday at noon. Senior pitcher James Farris will take the mound for the season opener, while juniors Tyler Crawford and Cody Hamlin are scheduled to toe the rubber on Saturday and Sunday, respectively. Kent State is a 2012 College World Series participant that ended last year winning 15 of its last 16 regular season games after starting the season with a 1-9 record. Arizona, the 2012 College World Series champions, won five of its final six games last year. However, the Wildcats were denied the chance to defend their national title and did not make the cut when the committee selected the 64-team playoff pool. The Daily Wildcat spoke to UA head coach Andy Lopez on a couple occasions about coming back after having had quadruplebypass surgery in October. DW: What is it like coming back, not having seen anything during the fall? Lopez: It’s a strange feeling. Obviously the strangest I’ve ever had, never having missed a fall [before]. And I feel it. I still sense it and feel it; even though I’ve been back out here for a month, I still feel like I’m trying to get a feel for a few things like who we are as a club and what our true identity is. It’s good to be back, but its different. What are you expecting to see this weekend? I’m really looking for us to pitch well — go out and throw low strikes. I’m looking for us to play catch on defense and not strike out. I want us to put the ball in play. If you win the first three



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AFTER UNDERGOING a quadruple bypass in October, Arizona baseball head coach Andy Lopez leads the Wildcats on opening day against Kent State tonight.

games, they don’t shut the season down and book you hotel rooms in Omaha … if you don’t win your first three games, they don’t come in here, knock [Hi Corbett] down and turn it into a Walmart. It’s a 55-game schedule, it’s a long season, and we are just looking for day-to-day progress right now. [Editor’s note: Lopez went on to add:] This year more than any year for me personally, because of my unique situation in October and not being around in the fall, I still feel like I’m learning my team. If you had the power to say, ‘OK coach, I just found out, everybody’s starting this weekend, but you get another four weeks.’ Man, I’d give you a big hug and a kiss right now. I’d say, yeah, I need that. I need those four weeks. I’m still trying to get a feel for who we are.

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here’s no place like home, and this season 38 of Arizona baseball’s 55 regular season games will be in Tucson. Now in year three of playing at Hi Corbett Field, the UA has found itself a quality home to play America’s pastime. Conditions in the clubhouse, dugout and on the field are much nicer for the Wildcats than Jerry Kindall Field at Frank Sancet Stadium, where they played until 2012. HiC first opened in 1937, but was renovated three different times throughout the ’90s. Its $3.77 million upgrade in 1997 expanded the clubhouses and added new seats. Two years later, a ticket booth and team store were also built. In the past, Hi Corbett served as the home venue for professional baseball teams of all different levels. Before Arizona moved in, the Colorado Rockies


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the Sun Devils but their senior center is a force on defense. Last week, the Canadian broke former Wildcat Anthony Cook’s all-time Pac-12 block record of 278.

used it as their Spring Training base. Located near Reid Park and Randolph Golf Course, the ballpark holds a maximum of 9,500 people. The best place to park is in the Hi Corbett lot close to the front entrance, but most spots there are usually filled as early as 30 minutes before first pitch. There’s always space to park at the back of the stadium near Reid Park, but sometimes you can find a spot along East Camino Campestre and South Randolph Way. Start practicing your parallel parking if you hope to leave your vehicle there. Fans can enjoy a variety of snacks and refreshments, including the classic ballpark favorite: hot dogs. Unlike Arizona Stadium, McKale Center and the rest of the varsity athletic venues, Hi Corbett sells beer on tap to those of age. If you’re still hungry after the game, In-N-Out Burger, Chick-fil-A and Panda Express are located right by the stadium, on Broadway Boulevard. Arizona’s season opener against Kent State starts tonight at 6 p.m. The Wildcats won’t have to leave Hi Corbett until the end of March. — Follow Joey Putrelo @JoeyPutrelo

ASU. This will be first time Arizona has worn navy in a regular season game in 2013-14. The last time the Wildcats wore blue during a real game was last March, in a 74-69 loss at UCLA. Arizona also encouraged fans attending tomorrow’s game to wear blue instead of the standard red.

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teams early in the game,” Candrea said. “That’s a good sign but I would like to have consistent pressure.” In addition to an upstart offense, the Wildcats have had reliable performances from all five pitchers on the staff. Freshman pitcher Michelle Floyd started and pitched Thursday in her first game of her Arizona career. Floyd went three innings, and only two base runners were allowed all game. “It was really exciting,” Floyd said. “We’ve been practicing since summer so it was nice to finally come in to pitch.” As a team, the Wildcats have allowed only 10 hits all season and Arizona pitching coach Alicia Hollowell said the staff’s three seniors are a big reason why. “I think they’ve done a great job,” Hollowell said. “It’s nice to have some senior leadership from them and they’ve all been there and been in the tough situations. To have the mental maturity of a senior is what’s really leading our staff and helping out our underclassmen.” The Hillenbrand Invitational

Friday Men’s large hill individual qualification round: 10:30 a.m., NBCSN Arizona softball vs. New Mexico: 4 p.m., Hillenbrand Memorial Stadium and streamed live via Arizona baseball vs. Kent State: 6 p.m., Hi Corbett Field and streamed live via Arizona men’s basketball at ASU: 7 p.m., ESPN Arizona women’s basketball at California: 8:30 p.m., Pac-12 Networks

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JUNIOR SHORTSTOP Kellie Fox bats during Arizona’s 5-0 win over Grand Canyon at Hillenbrand Stadium on Thursday. Fox hit a home run and has had 11 RBIs this year.

continues with four more games today. The Wildcats take on the New Mexico Lobos at 4 p.m. in the second-to-last game of the day. The game can be viewed in person at Hillenbrand Stadium or via livestream on New Mexico (1-4) last played Feb. 8 in the Kajikawa Classic in Tempe and is coming off a 10-0 loss against Portland State. The Lobos have been outscored 47-13 in their first five games of the 2014 season.

The Wildcats will look to maintain the consistency they’ve shown throughout the beginning of the season. “I haven’t seen [New Mexico] since last year so I don’t really know what to expect,” Candrea said, “but they will come ready to play and we need to come ready to play, too.”

Saturday USA men’s hockey at Russia: 5:30 a.m., NBCSN Arizona softball vs. Tennessee State: 4 p.m., Hillenbrand Memorial Stadium and streamed live via Arizona softball vs. Alabama:

Sunday USA men’s hockey vs. Slovenia: 5:30 a.m., NBCSN Arizona softball vs. Alabama: 11 a.m., Hillenbrand Memorial Stadium and streamed live via Arizona baseball vs. Kent State: noon, Hi Corbett Field and streamed live via Arizona softball vs. Grand Canyon: 1 p.m., Hillenbrand Memorial Stadium and streamed live via Arizona women’s basketball at Stanford: 1 p.m., Pac-12 Networks — Compiled by Roberto Payne

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Hate is in the air: UA travels to ASU so it’s definitely a bigger game in a sense to all the fans,” junior guard Nick Johnson said at the press conference. “It’s definitely a good thing to hear the ‘U of A’ chants while you’re playing.” The Wildcats have won three in a row against ASU. They are also 7-2 against the Sun Devils under Miller and lead the all-time series 145-80 . This season, Arizona leads the Territorial Cup Series 3.5-3, with today’s game counting as a halfpoint. All four Territorial Cup Series, have been won by the UA.


Arizona is the men’s basketball team getting the most love in the Grand Canyon State, but its Valentine’s Day date has been quietly climbing up the Pac-12 standings. Tonight on the road, No. 2 Arizona (23-1, 10-1 Pac-12 Conference) faces a different ASU team than the one it beat in Tucson last month. ASU (18-6, 7-4) has risen to a tie for third in the Pac-12 and is three games behind the first place Wildcats. The Sun Devils have won five of their six games since losing Who to watch: Jahii Carson — sophomore 91-68 to Arizona in McKale Center. The Sun Devils beat Cal 89-78 guard — #1 — 5-foot-10, 180 pounds on the road, Carson is just before No. 1 in the the Golden program, No. Bears broke WHAT: Arizona men’s 1 in the hearts the Wildcats’ of ASU fans basketball at ASU winning streak. and No. 3 in ASU was WHERE: Wells Fargo the Pac-12 in without senior Arena, Tempe, Ariz. scoring, with guard Jermaine ESPN 19 points a M a r s h a l l game as of Feb. WHEN: Tonight, 7 p.m. against Arizona 9. Carson, who the first time is from the they met. Phoenix area, Through Feb. is also sixth in 9, Marshall was 12th in the Pac-12 in scoring with the conference in assists, with 4.71 a game. 15.6 points per game. Carson is widely expected The game in Tucson is the only to leave for the NBA Draft this contest Marshall has missed. “I think he’s an all-conference summer, so this could be his last player,” head coach Sean chance to beat the Wildcats. Miller said at the weekly press Honorable mention: conference. Jordan Bachynski — senior The Sun Devils are 13-1 at home — losing only to Washington, 76- center — #13 — 7-foot-2, 248 65 on Jan. 2 — but there are sure pounds Carson is front and center for to be Arizona fans at Wells Fargo Arena in Tempe, Ariz. ASU, 18 “It’s obviously our biggest rival,




Softball opens tourney with win


Another strong offensive performance carried the No. 24 Arizona softball team to its fourth straight win to open the Hillenbrand Invitational. The Wildcats (4-0) defeated the Grand Canyon Antelopes (2-4) on Thursday night. Junior shortstop Kellie Fox and junior catcher Chelsea Goodacre led the Wildcats. The duo combined to go 3-5 with one home run and four runs batted in. “[The ball] just looked kind of like a beach ball out there,” Goodacre said. “Some days it just looks really good, and that was one of them today.” All five Arizona runs against Grand Canyon came in the first three innings, continuing the season-long trend of early offense. In the first four games of the season, the Wildcats have scored 35 of their 40 runs in the first three innings of each game. That kind of early offense has Arizona head coach Mike Candrea excited about his team’s ability to put runs on the scoreboard in a hurry. “We always talk about being the aggressor and trying to put pressure on the opposing

JUNIOR NICK Johnson guards sophomore Jahii Carson during Arizona’s 91-68 win over ASU in McKale Center. The rivals from the Valley of the Sun could face off for the last time tonight.


First 250 fans @ Hi Corbett (@ArizonaBaseball) & Hillenbrand (@UA_Softball) [today] will get “I Cats” candies! —@AZATHLETICS, Arizona Athletics





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