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First Bear Down Ball in 82 years By Jonathan Prince ARIZONA DAILY WILDCAT The first Bear Down Ball was hosted in 1927 in honor of Wildcat legend John “Button” Salmon, whose infamous last words were “Bear Down.” The Olive Street Stompers band enchanted the UA Mall with 1920s era music outside of Bear Down Gymnasium. Guests at Friday’s event entered the ball on a red carpet. The theme for the dance, hosted by Associated Students of the University of Arizona’s Chain Gang, was “A Blast from the Past.” Students wore flapper dresses, gangster suits, evening gowns, tailcoats and tuxedos. Inside the gym was decorated with street lamps, balloons and other small lights. The Chain Gang provided food and drinks for their guests. Kaitlin Simpson, a Chain Gang member and event chair said, “The 1920s theme is based off of the time period when the first dance occurred.” The Chain Gang Junior Honorary comprises 35 junior undergraduates. The Chain Gang’s mission of serving the UA community is accomplished by participating in philanthropic events, fundraising and volunteering their time through different community organizations. A letter to UA alumni written by the 1927 Chain Gang said, “Only a few hours before “Button” Salmon passed away, he uttered two words of encouragement to a football team of the University of Arizona that was fighting on our field. These words have since been adopted by the University of Arizona as its slogan. They are ‘Bear Down.’” The dance held 82 years ago was an event to raise money to paint Salmon’s legendary last words on the roof of Bear Down Gym. “I believe the dance has room to grow,” said Tyler Durns, a molecular and cellular biology junior. “There’s good people and good food here. If there is another ball next year, I will come again.” All proceeds from Friday’s dance were donated to the United Nation Children’s Fund. Chain Gang hopes to make the Bear Down Ball an annual UA tradition.
New Directions UA Architecture gets Clemson prof By Matt Lewis ARIZONA DAILY WILDCAT Robert Miller, a professor and director of the Clemson Architecture Center in Charleston, S.C., is joining the UA’s School of Architecture this summer. He will be the director of the School of Architecture, which is under the umbrella of the College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. Faculty, staff, students and local practicing architects were a part of the selection committee who chose Miller. “He was the most interesting to students, and I think he would be the most supportive of students. He seemed to be really focused on his role as an educator, which I thought was really to his merit,” said Frank Mascia, a member DIRECTOR, page 3
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Kaitlin Simpson, a communications junior, and Mike Stefferson, a physics junior, joined in the swing dancing in the Bear Down Gym on Friday night as part of the Bear Down Ball, presented by The Associated Students of the Univeristy of Arizona’s Chain Gang, a student organization. Simpson, a Chain Gang member, had part in bringing the Bear Down Ball back to UA after 87 years.
The UA will switch to the William D. Ford Federal Direct Student Loan Program this fall after Congress approved the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010. The move to a federal direct student loan program means that student loans will come directly from the U.S. Treasury rather than private bank lenders. “The government will be generating the funds and originating and servicing the loans,” said Bryan Scott, assistant director of UA’s Student Financial Aid. The main change for UA students receiving loans will be that they will have to sign a new Master Promissory Note. “All students that want to borrow will have to sign a new one,” Scott said. “I was skeptical at first, but I’ve become a real, real believer in the website that the government has set up, I’m actually surprised at how good it is.” Scott said once students do the new MPN, the next two steps will be the same as in the past. Students will accept their loans and the amount of money and then complete the loan counseling that’s required. “It’s not going to be difficult,” Scott said. “We’re going to send out a message to all the continuing students telling them to do that, and if we can get 50 percent of the students getting it done in the summer, that’s fine.” Scott said he knows there will be people waiting until the last minute to sign their new MPN, which will take students 35 to 40 minutes to complete. “It was relatively evident to us that Congress wanted to do away with the other loan programs,” Scott said. “We knew that the direct loan was going to be around forever, but we weren’t LOANS, page 3
Students ‘Dash for Darfur’ UA-STAND anti-genocide coalition holds 5K run/walk Sunday
By Bethany Barnes ARIZONA DAILY WILDCAT Students took their marks on the lawn near the Hillenbrand Aquatic Center Sunday morning. They were there for a 5K run/walk to raise awareness for Darfur. An anti-genocide coalition, UASTAND, the student-led division of the Genocide Intervention Network, held it’s first big event in the form of the Dash for Darfur. Tickets were $15 before the race and $20 on race day. There was a free T-shirt for those who registered early. There were also prizes for first, second and third place. Sarah Anand, an economics and political science sophomore, gave a speech before the race, thanking the runners and updating them about Darfur. Anand said that the genocide in Darfur has resulted in the deaths of over 400,000 people and displacement of over 2.5 million
peaceful elections in Sudan. “Me and a few of the other officers actually went to the same high school. We were officers in STAND and were involved since it began in our high school,”said Aeen Asghar, a member of STAND. Runners enjoyed being able to support and raise awareness for the cause. “It’s nice to do a race for a good cause; usually I feel like your money just goes to a T-shirt and a banana,” said Elizabeth Ferris, a public health graduate student. Three of the runners dressed in convict costumes to help draw attention to the cause. Brandon Alkire, an astronomy sophomore and STAND member, Valentina Martinelli/Arizona Daily Wildcat Students and faculty take off for the 5K run/walk next to the Hillenbrand Aquatic Center, as part of Dash said he was pleased with the for Darfur. The event was put on by a student division of an anti-genocide coalition, UA-STAND, to raise turnout and that students on awareness for Darfur. campus were thinking globally instead of locally. people. She said that while some UA. The group has been working “It’s important for (students) progress has been made, violence with the Invisible Children to know there’s more going on is still occuring in Darfur. movement in Northern Uganda than what’s in their backyard,” This is STAND’s first year at the as well as collecting signatures for Alkire said.
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Chemistry senior What was the best thing that happened to you recently? I just got engaged. Oh, nice. Yes, I got engaged in January. How long have you two been together? Three years. So it was kind of planned but not really. I just decided it was time. What’s her name? Martha. She’s a student here too. How did you two meet? It’s funny. We’re both from the same hometown. She is best friends with my cousin’s ex-girlfriend. So we were always at the same places but we never met until she came up to Tucson to play soccer. That’s where I met her. How did the relationship start? Um, I don’t know, like how they all start? (Laughs.) We met and then we catched up over the Internet because it was really hard to do over the phone. She didn’t have a cell phone at the time, so it was a lot easier to do (instant) messaging. So that’s how we started talking initially, as friends. Then we would started using the phone, and then I would travel to see her or she would come up here to meet. Then I just asked her out. What did you do on your first date? We went to the movies. What did you guys see? We saw “Apocalypto,” I think? Wait, what was that? “Apocalypto” with Mel Gibson. Oh my god, “Apocalypto?!” (Laughs.) One of my friends told me that they went on a date to see that, and she said it was a date killer. It was kind of. It was one of those movies that we shouldn’t have gone to, but there was nothing else out at that time that looked interesting. I think it was on a Friday. So I was driving from Tucson to meet her. It was only thing playing. “We could watch this or we could not do anything.” “Let’s go watch it. It’s Mel Gibson, it should be good.” We didn’t know anything about it at the time. How did you recover from that? How did you keep her interested after that? We just made fun of the movie. There were some good action scenes. I guess I just made it work — we made it work. We both don’t keep the same conversation for too long, we just kept flowing. So do you have any advice for single guys? Don’t look for a girlfriend or don’t look for someone. Huh, that’s counterintuitive. Well, it’s kind of weird. I wasn’t looking for a girlfriend at the time. (Martha) wasn’t looking for someone at the time, either. The same thing happened with a friend, and he was done looking. Now he’s doing well with his girlfriend. So don’t look, and just see what happens. — Steven Kwan
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Spanish hospital claims first full-face transplant MADRID — A team of surgeons has carried out the world’s first full-face transplant on a young Spanish farmer unable to breathe or eat on his own since accidentally shooting himself in the face five years ago. It was the most extensive operation yet and the 11th known face transplant worldwide. During the 24-hour surgery, doctors lifted an entire face, including jaw, nose, cheekbones, muscles, teeth and eyelids, and placed it masklike onto the man,
Dr. Joan Pere Barret told The Associated Press on Friday. Transplant experts hailed the surgery, carried out late last month at Barcelona’s Vall d’Hebron Hospital, as a significant advance. “It is a breakthrough. They are pushing the envelope and I am very happy for them,” said Dr. Thomas Romo, chief of facial and reconstructive surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York. The Spanish patient, who was not identified, now has a completely new face from his hairline down and only one
visible scar, which looks like a wrinkle running across his neck, said Barret, who headed the 30-member surgical team. The man cannot yet speak, eat or smile, but he can see and swallow saliva, the surgeon said. He is expected to be able to eat and breathe on his own in about a week. “If you look him in the face, you see a normal person,” Barret said. “He sits up, he walks in his hospital room and he watches television.” — The Associated Press
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fast facts • Next to Warsaw, Poland, the largest Polish population in the world is in Chicago. • Woodward Avenue in Detroit, Mich., carries the designation M-1, named so because it was the first paved road anywhere. • Damascus, Syria, was flourishing a couple of thousand years before Rome was founded in 753 B.C., making it the oldest continuously inhabited city in existence.
• There are more Irish people in New York City than in Dublin, Ireland; more Italians in New York City than in Rome, Italy; and more Jews in New York City than in Tel Aviv, Israel. • There are no natural lakes in the state of Ohio; every one is manmade. • The smallest island with country status is Pitcairn in Polynesia, at just 1.75 square miles.
• Istanbul, Turkey, is the only city in the world located on two continents.
• The first city to reach a population of 1 million people was Rome, Italy in 133 B.C.
• Los Angeles’ full name is El Pueblo de Nuestra Senora la Reina de los Angeles de Porciuncula and can be abbreviated to 3.63 percent of its size: LA.
• There is a city called Rome on every continent.
• The term “The Big Apple” was coined by touring jazz musicians of the 1930s who used the slang expression “apple” for any town or city. Therefore, to play New York City is to play the big time: The Big Apple.
• Siberia contains more than 25 percent of the world’s forests.
MINNEAPOLIS — Winning the highest honor for children’s literature is changing Neil Gaiman’s image from cult favorite to celebrity author. And it’s making him think twice before he Tweets. Before winning the John Newbery Medal in 2009 for his best-selling novel“The Graveyard Book,”Gaiman said readers had found him on their own. “I went from being something that was everybody’s secret, private thing to being this huge kind of strange public thing,” Gaiman said. And his burgeoning fame means Gaiman has found he needs to be careful what he says on Twitter, where he has nearly 1.5 million followers. He once had to delete and apologize for a grumpy post after a friend told him it would look like bullying. Dressed in his daily uniform of black pants, black T-shirt and black boots (and, Gaiman said at the risk of oversharing, black underwear and socks), the British-born author Neil Gaiman of fantasy, science fiction, horror — and children’s books such as “Coraline” — relaxes with a cup of tea in his writing gazebo on a balmy spring afternoon. Bees dance among the white plum-tree blossoms outside Gaiman’s towering home in western Wisconsin, outside Minneapolis. But there are macabre touches in this bucolic scene. A small gargoyle sits among nodding daffodils. A “zombie arm” thrusts up near a gravestone. On Gaiman’s desk sits one of his four Bram Stoker Awards presented by the Horror Writers Association, an award shaped like a haunted house with crawling creatures. Despite all that, Gaiman, 49, said he’s “not a horror aficionado.” “I’m probably more like a cook who uses horror as a herb or as a condiment. I love tossing in something that will send a little frisson of something or other up someone’s spine. But I don’t want to live there a year writing a book.” While “The Graveyard Book” is set in a cemetery, where an orphaned boy is raised by ghosts after his family is murdered, Gaiman said it’s really a book about life and leaving home. His latest book“Instructions,”is a poem about how to survive a fairy tale. It has charming illustrations by Charles Vess and hits bookstores Tuesday. Gaiman and Vess first teamed up 20 years ago on the “Sandman” comic book series. Sandman No. 19, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” written by Gaiman and illustrated by Vess, won a World Fantasy Award in 1991, an unprecedented feat for a comic book. The two also collaborated on the novel “Stardust” and the 2009 children’s book “Blueberry Girl.” “The better the writer you’re working with as an artist, the better your art will be,”Vess said from his studio in Abingdon, Va. “It will pull things out of you as an artist you hadn’t thought of before.” — The Associated Press
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of the search committee. “He’s also going to give the faculty the chance to be even better than they are. Although he’s going to be involved in what’s being taught, he’s really going to be involved in inspiring faculty. We see this as one of his major strengths.” Mascia is the presidentelect of the American Institute of Architects and principal architect of CBG Architects and Planners, Inc. He was brought on the search committee to find a new director as a community representative. He has served on the Dean’s Advisory Board for the past 15 years. “I got interested in the University of Arizona actually a couple of years ago,” Miller said. “Dean Cervelli was the dean at Clemson University, and she and I worked together. I feel like the faculty at the school is very strong; they’re doing really fine work and I’m just incredibly honored to get to work with them.” He kept in touch with Cervelli, and she told him what a great school the UA was. “Rob Miller was identified as the candidate who was the best fit for the job, brought the
CALA Dean: ‘We intend to go higher; Rob is the guy to do that’ best compliment of talents and leadership skills to help move the school forward,” said Jan Cervelli, dean of the College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. Cervelli says he is the “best possible leader,” adding that, in all her time hiring, she has never found a better fit than Miller. “The School of Architecture is already nationally ranked and we intend to go higher,” Cervelli said.“Rob is the guy to do that.” Miller said he was impressed with the school, the faculty and the professionals who support the program. “Their new building’s amazing, their facilities, especially the shop are just astonishing. It’s really a great program,” he said. Miller said his goals are to understand the school, its traditions, how it works and where it’s headed. “I do know they intend to become the preeminent design school in arid climates, so my mandate really is to work with the faculty and the local professionals and students and make the school become that,”he said. He laughed when asked
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rates are better in the direct program,” Scott said. The actual process of getting the money to disperse to students will be easier because the school will be using just one lender. “It really would be beneficial for everybody to go ahead and do the MPN now and get that first step out of the way,”Scott said.“The only thing we need to focus on is getting the MPN done now.” The UA will be sending a team up to Tempe to learn from people at ASU’s Financial Aid
Office because they have been working with the direct loan program for several years. “We actually switched over in ’96-’97 so we’ve been in for a long time, and we find it works really, really well so we’ve stayed with it all these years,” said Craig Fennell, director of financial aid at ASU. Fennell said the UA will have to put in some extra work at first to make the switch, but it will be well worth it. “There should be absolutely no change and no drawback for (the UA) at all,” Fennell said.
Immigration law opponents march to state capitol PHOENIX — Opponents who fear that Arizona’s tough new immigration law will lead to police harassment of legal immigrants and U.S. citizens who look Hispanic rallied against the measure at the state Capitol Sunday afternoon. The protest comes two days after Gov. Jan Brewer signed a bill that requires police to question people about their immigration status — including asking for identification — if they suspect someone is in the country illegally. The law also toughens restrictions on hiring illegal immigrants for day labor and knowingly transporting them. Civil rights advocates have vowed to challenge the law in court,sayingitwouldundoubtedly
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A handful of protesters lingered at the Capitol Saturday morning. Others gathered in Tucson outside the campaign headquarters of U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva, a Democrat who opposes the measure and has called on businesses and groups looking for convention and meeting locations to boycott Arizona. Current law in Arizona and most states doesn’t require police to ask about the immigration status of those they encounter, and many police departments prohibit officers from inquiring out of fear immigrants won’t cooperate in other investigations. The new law makes it a crime under state law to be in the country illegally. Immigrants unable to produce documents showing they are allowed to be in the U.S. could be arrested, jailed
for up to six months and fined $2,500. It also allows lawsuits against government agencies that hinder enforcement of immigration laws. Mexican President Felipe Calderon’s office said in a statement Saturday that “the Mexican government condemns the approval of the law”and“the criminalization of migration, far from contributing to collaboration and cooperation between Mexico and the state of Arizona, represents an obstacle to solving the shared problems of the border region.” Arizona has an estimated 460,000 illegal immigrants and is the state with the most illegal border crossings, with the harsh, remote desert serving as the gateway for thousands of Mexicans and Central Americans.
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rom his run as a write-in candidate to inheriting an already unpopular organization just months after an unsuccessful concert that cost a contentious student body $1 million, current Associated Students of the University of Arizona President Chris Nagata did not have an easy job. Nagata and his cabinet inherited a large debt and a less-than-golden reputation — the result of decisions for which few current ASUA leaders were involved. This Board has been largely critical of many decisions and policies of ASUA, with due and argued reason. But while there is much room for improvement, Nagata and his staff deserve credit for instating the State of the Student Address. President Nagata will give the first annual speech on the condition of higher education, among other subjects, today at 5 p.m. in a reservation-required event in the Student Union Memorial Center South Ballroom. In a letter from President Nagata to “University of Arizona Leadership,” announcing the Address, President Nagata explained, “Students are enrolled at the university during unprecedentedly challenging times. University budgets are being cut to dismal levels, with more financial difficulties on the horizon. Colleges and programs are being merged and class sizes are rapidly increasing. Our elected officials are not prioritizing higher education, despite Arizona ranking 49th per student funding, and more concerning, other states and countries are making significant investments in education, further widening this disparity.” Nagata went on to say,“We are steadily becoming the first generation in history to offer less opportunity to the next. These are horrific yet inevitable transformations that we simply cannot afford to ignore. My hope is that students, and supporters of higher education, alike will continue to advocate for the importance of pursuing a degree.” In regards to his speech, Nagata explained, “The State of the Student Address will provide a platform to illustrate the value of education and the necessity for a quality university experience. In the presence of students, university administration, higher education stakeholders, public officials and community members, the message will be clear: Education is a collective right rather than an individual’s privilege, and it is our state’s responsibility.” As ASUA is the representative body for students within the UA, as well as to the greater community, Nagata’s efforts are well placed. If voters are to consider higher education an economic priority, they need to be reminded of both the importance of college and the potential of college students in a community, both as students and graduates. President Nagata is nearing the end of his term as president, but this speech is, one only hopes, a positive harbinger of efforts of the organization in the future. President-elect Emily Fritze is both inclined and capable of continuing this trend of smart, concentrated advocacy on behalf of the students of this university. You don’t hear it often, but: In regards to the State of the Student Address, ASUA is doing a good job. Nagata makes a dramatic claim, to say education is an individual’s right, but in his position such an assertion is admirable. The leaders within ASUA are elected to advocate for UA students, and in this Nagata is doing so with grace and force unlike any ASUA president in recent memory. The judgment of the first annual State of the Student Address awaits President Nagata’s delivery this evening. However, based on precedence alone, this president deserves a rare kudos for doing exactly what an elected official should.
MAILBAG The University of Arizona needs to educate its students about the importance of Proposition 100. If Proposition 100 fails to pass, an additional $42 million will be cut from UA’s budget. This will cause drastic changes to our education and may raise tuition even higher. Given the importance of Proposition 100, UA should encourage students to vote yes. However, there has barely been any effort to do so. Many students haven’t heard of Proposition 100 or don’t recognize the importance of the bill. There should at least be a booth on the mall educating Arizona voters on Proposition 100. We must put forth a greater effort at promoting Proposition 100 in order to avoid additional cuts to our university. — Christopher Jones Business freshman The magical spell placed on the UA campus by the fairy godmother is nothing but a curse. As I cross the campus, I notice a consistent and horrifying trend: People are getting larger and larger — and I’m certainly not discounting myself as a victim. Ahhh … The freshmen 15 strikes again. Perhaps it isn’t simply targeting freshmen, but rather the entire college clique. I mean, who could resist that mouth-watering breakfast burrito and those sizzling quesadillas? This midnight binge-eating, however, only seems to have alternative, detrimental effects. Studying is, of course, important, but people should consider sparing some time to consume healthier foods and exercise at least three times a week. Generally, the people I see repeatedly using the (Student Recreation Center) are those who are already well in shape. However, the
majority isn’t utilizing these resources. Crawl out that hole, buy some nutritious foods, and then come on over to the Rec! I mean, we might as well put our money to good use since our tuition is increasing partially because of the Rec Center’s new renovations.
— Monica Xiong Psychology and physiology undergraduate
In reaction to ‘Arizona screws the pooch on immigration bill,’ April 23
I’m a student here at the UA, and I wanted to thank you for your column in the Wildcat today. Kick-ass stuff. Anything to expose the utter ridiculousness of the whole situation. I certainly think that part of what in the future is going to help in countering the new legislation is highlighting its at once comical and sad absurdity. Sometimes the best way to reveal to people the inner contradiction inherent in their way of thinking and of doing things is through scathing, satirical humor. So keep fightin’ sister. That’s all — haha! — Matt Campbell In response to Ms. Leavitt’s“Arizona screws the pooch on immigration bill” from the April 23rd Wildcat, I would like to point out the hypocrisy of the article. Economic issues aside, the stance being taken is that racial profiling will effectively become legal, which is morally wrong and flat out unethical; I could not agree more with this, and is the reason I’m honestly not a supporter of
chatter Double up on the Double Down
Any food fanatic — or at least one of fast food — has heard of Kentucky Fried Chicken’s new Double Down “sandwich.” For the rest of us — it is a compilation of two fried chicken fillets, two slices of Monterey Jack and pepper jack cheese, two slices of bacon and special sauce. The problem is the two chicken fillets take the place of a bun, because as KFC says, there is so much chicken there is no room for a bun. Obviously, KFC can do no good. The sad truth is the sandwich seems to be another addition to an already unhealthy menu. Los Angeles Times’ Comments Bloggers went to see what the fuss was about only to find that the clerk behind the counter had no idea what Double Down meant — apart from a Blackjack term perhaps. When they asked for the new sandwich that recently came out, the KFC employee immediately knew what to do. He pulled two hunks of fried chicken, slathered them with an orange-colored sauce and microwaved a few pieces of bacon. Sadly, there will be those who order this antithesis of food. And while it is a shame for a restaurant — be it fast food or not — to sell such unhealthy examples of food, it is even
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this legislation. However, this bill is a response to people who are breaking the law and ignoring our country’s sovereignty. Leavitt summed up the bill to read“Screw you,”but isn’t that what illegals effectively say to Arizona and the U.S. when they ignore our immigration laws: free-ride, reaping the benefits of public education and emergency health services without paying taxes for them, steal identities for employment purposes, and so forth? It is blatantly hypocritical to point out the moral failures of one party (in this case the state) while at the same time illustrating those just as morally deficient as victims (such as the restaurant owner). Illegal immigrants know the potential consequences of crossing the border, and when their actions come around to bite them, despite my ability to empathize, I feel they hardly have the right to complain. I will acknowledge that I am generalizing a description of illegal immigrants and that many are actually “good, clean, hardworking people who just want to earn a living,”but is that seriously a valid excuse? I’m a good, clean, hardworking person, so does that mean I can break federal and state laws, cry “woe is me” when caught, and then expect to be shown leniency? I sure hope not. We spend a lot of time criticizing our State’s attempt to remedy the issue of immigration, and in this case it is rightfully so; While I hate to invoke the cliché “two wrongs don’t make a right,” it is definitely appropriate in this situation. That being said, if one is going to disparagingly critique a solution, please don’t excuse those inherently responsible for the problem. — Carl Miller History and psychology senior
A view from other college editorials worse that customers will buy it. They will buy it just as they buy Denny’s Lumberjack Slam or the local array of Fat Sandwiches. It is unclear what we have to do other than encourage healthy eating, albeit this being a weak aid of our digestive systems. The federal government is trying to limit sodium intakes across the United States, yet KFC produces portions with 1,380 milligrams of sodium. The simple marketing techniques — two skinny guys eating Double Downs — can sell the product as successfully as any other threat to our hearts. Instead of addressing the individuals then, we should impose harsher laws on companies like KFC — a strategy that has yet to be employed and perhaps the last resort. After all, we do not want Tracy Jordan to sell a meat machine, “because meat is the new bread.” “Profits grow with customers’ gluttony,” The Rutgers Daily Targum Editorial Board, April 21
The Internet is forever, unlike Facebook relationships
Name. Age. Relationship status. Address.
Phone number. Place of employment. College and major. All of those spring break photos. And, depending on how often you update your status, what you’re doing throughout the day. Just how much personal information of yours is floating around out there on the Internet? More importantly, is it damaging your image, your reputation or your future? Social networking websites have become integrated into our everyday lives so much so that we don’t think twice about posting those pictures from the last girls’ night out or expressing not-so-censored anger in a status update Everyone wants their own web presence, but not many realize how accessible that information can be. A quick Google search of our names brings up not only our Facebook pages, but the pages of people we’re friends with, too. Not only does a link to Twitter come up in the search results, but also the text of the latest Tweet. It is being consistently reported that employers are checking out potential employees’ social networking sites. A few not-so-appropriate photos or expletive-filled statuses could seriously harm your chances for employment.
And, in some cases, the Internet is forever. A quick Google Image search of someone’s name could bring up a photo used on his or her Twitter or Facebook profile that they may have taken down more than six months ago. Those who are already employed need be wary as well. There’s always the case of a Georgia teacher who was fired last November due to photos she had posted to her Facebook page. Spokeo.com, a site that bills itself as a “people search,” can give information regarding your relationship status, address, whether or not you own your home, your credit rating, wealth and hobbies. Spokeo also reveals people’s subscriptions to magazines and whether or not someone has pets. The site says that it pulls information from — among other places — social networking sites. So set your privacy settings so that not just anyone can see your profile. Think before you post. And if it’s not something you want people all over the Web to see — don’t post it. “Use care with social networking websites to avoid future issues,” Indiana University of Pennsylvania Editorial Board, April 23
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Brace yourself for Boobquake 2010
himmy, shake, earthquake: Bearing cleavage for a cause. bodies combined, we should surely produce an earthquake. If If you notice women on this campus are a little more not, I’m sure Sedighi can come up with a rational explanation promiscuously dressed than usual today (a scary/exciting for why the ground didn’t rumble. And if we really get through thought on this scantily-clad campus), there is a legitimate to him, maybe it’ll be one involving plate tectonics,” McCreight reason beyond our hot weather and hot bodies: It’s for science. wrote. If you’re willing to risk tectonic hubris and a couple catToday is Boobquake, an event started by American calls, Boobquake is a great excuse to bear some skin for a cause University student Jen McCreight in reaction of greater scope than one’s latest male conquest. to a Muslim prayer leader’s announcement McCreight has since written that she meant that promiscuously dressed women cause the event nearly in jest and never expected the natural disasters. Quoted by the Iranian media, response the event, which has been covered by Hojatoleslam Kazem Sedighi said, “Many women international news sources like BBC. “Really, it’s who do not dress modestly … lead young men not supposed to be serious activism that is going astray, corrupt their chastity and spread adultery to revolutionize women’s rights, but just a bit Anna Swenson in society, which (consequently) increases of fun juvenile humor,” McCreight clarified on Opinions editor earthquakes.” McCreight proposed on her blog, April 21. “I’m a firm believer that when someone Blag Hag, that women test out this theory by says something so stupid and hateful, serious wearing their most revealing outfits on April 26 to see if discourse isn’t going to accomplish anything — sometimes seismic activity does, in fact, increase as a result of what light-hearted mockery is worthwhile.” women wear. The Facebook event for “Boobquake 2010” has McCreight may claim that the event is a light-hearted more than 171,000 attendees and more than half a million attempt to poke fun at the absurdity of the prayer leader’s additional Facebook users have been invited to bare all to claims more than a serious criticism of views of women. (maybe) move mountains. However, misapprehending the significance of American When she first proposed the event, McCreight explain women is not an umcommon or unserious phenomenon: thusly: “Sedighi claims that not dressing modestly causes In a recent column in the Wall Street Journal, Bret Stephens earthquakes. If so, we should be able to test this claim claimed that scantily-clad American women are the base cause scientifically.” McCreight announced it was “Time for a of Islamist terror. Though it was notably more rational than Boobquake.” Sedighi’s claim, Stephens makes the same mistake. Stephens “On Monday, April 26th, I will wear the most cleavagecasts beautiful women as the culprit for events that they do showing shirt I own … I encourage other female skeptics not, in fact, cause. to join me and embrace the supposed In his column “Lady Gaga Versus Mideast Peace,” Stephens supernatural power of their breasts. says that the often-coquettishlyOr short shorts, if that’s your costumed Lady Gaga is as significant preferred form of immodesty. a cause of terrorism as are With the power of military occupations, a claim our scandalous that all available evidence reveals
categorically false. In regards to Lady Gaga and her cultural fore-mothers, Stephens writes: “This, then, is the core complaint that the Islamists from Waziristan to Tehran to Gaza have lodged against the West.” He is, like Sedighi, mistaken in this claim; suicide bombers are motivated far more often by occupations than by cleavage, or by Lady Gaga. Ninetyfive percent of female suicide bombers have been motivated by military occupations. Women and their anatomical endowments may cause terrorism by a slightly wider margin than they cause earthquakes, but to use all females as a cause of either is an unsubtle understanding of both women and the events they “cause.” Of course, there is no factual basis for the claim that cleavage causes movement of the tectonic plates (movement in other places, however…). Women and how they dress is not a direct cause of anything, from earthquakes to extremist terror. It is a dangerously unsubtle consideration of half the world’s population to claim that women as a collective mass are the direct cause of any phenomenon, be that political or geologic. A healthy shimmy does not cause the earth to shake, and Boobquake is a fun and flirty way to protest what continues to be a serious issue: the consideration of women as a collective cause. Though the UA’s ladies certainly are off-the-scale beautiful, let’s hope there is no coincidental spike in the Richter scale that could be viewed as a result of today’s, uh, festivities. Women and their bodies cause many problems, but earthquakes are not one of them. — Anna Swenson is a sophomore majoring in English. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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POLICEBEAT By Bridgette Doran ARIZONA DAILY WILDCAT
UA students participate in ‘4/20’ activities
A University of Arizona Police Department officer was called to the Arizona-Sonora Residence Hall on April 19 at 12:13 a.m. after a resident assistant called to report a smell of marijuana coming from one of the rooms. The RA told the officer that he was doing his rounds at midnight and noticed the smell on the fifth floor after he got off the elevator. He found the room where the smell was the strongest but had not tried to speak with anyone inside. The officer could hear several voices inside the room, and when he announced, “UAPD,” they all stopped. He could hear things being moved around inside the room. A resident of the room answered the door, and the officer could immediately smell a strong amount of marijuana and saw that there was a rolled up towel next to the bottom of the doorframe and a fan blowing towards an open window. There were a total of five men inside the room, each identified by a driver’s license. The officer spoke with the resident who had answered the door. He told the officer that he and another one of the men had only recently gotten to the room and admitted to the odor but denied smoking anything. The man told the officer that he could search the room, and the officer found several empty bottles of Jagermeister and an empty bottle of Gentleman Jack. On the desk the roommates share, the officer found a small plastic container with a dark liquid inside, a vitamin water bottle stuffed with fabric softener sheets and five pieces of tinfoil. There was also a glass bong on the windowsill. The officer then spoke with each of the other men individually. The other resident of the room admitted to the officer that he had smoked “concentrated marijuana” using a square of tinfoil. The man would not say who else had smoked, but he said he and “some guys” had pulled together their money to order the liquid marijuana for $40 from a Pima Community College student. Another one of the men told the officer that he had not smoked anything and attributed his dilated pupils, glassy eyes and green tongue to his daily dose of Adderall. No one else in the room admitted to smoking anything. The room resident and one of the other men were charged with possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia. Dean of Student Code of Conduct referrals were completed for all five men. All drugs and paraphernalia were submitted to UAPD property as evidence.
But … but officer, what weed?
A UAPD officer arrived to the east side of McClelland Park at 650 N. Park Ave. on April 20 at 9:05 p.m. after a police aide reported an odor of marijuana. The police aide told the UAPD officer that she had seen two men sitting at an outside table smoking something. When the officers spoke with the two men, they both became visibly nervous, started to tremble and stammer but denied any knowledge of marijuana. The officer saw a short stubbed-cigar on the table between them with what looked to be a marijuana shake around it and mixed into the burnt end. When the officer asked the men about the cigar, one of them said he had bought it at Jett’s Wildcat. When the officer mentioned the marijuana, neither man said anything. The officer read both men their rights, but both of them said they would not answer the officer’s questions. The officer saw that both men had marijuana on their breath, red, glassy eyes and were very slow-moving. Both men were cited and released for possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia. The marijuana and wrapper were placed into UAPD property as evidence. Dean of Student’s Code of Conduct referrals were completed for the men.
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A UAPD officer was called to the Coronado Residence Hall on April 20 at 8:19 p.m. after a RA called to report marijuana coming from one of the rooms. The officer found the room where the smell was the strongest and could hear voices inside. When he knocked on the door, the voices stopped. He knocked again and could hear plastic baggies being shuffled around. On the third knock, he announced, “police,” and a woman answered the door. There was another woman and a man inside the room as well, but the woman who answered the door said she was the only resident and did not have a roommate. The officer asked the woman why there was a smell of marijuana in her room, and she said, “it’s because there is some (marijuana) in here.” When asked where the marijuana was, the woman went over to the trashcan and pulled out a coffee filter. The filter had marijuana on it. She also gave the officer a green and blue glass smoking pipe with marijuana in the bowl. All of the people in the room admitted to smoking the marijuana. The man said he had bought it. He also said the pipe belonged to him. Both woman and the man were cited and released for possession of marijuana. The man was also cited for possession of drug paraphernalia. Dean of Students Code of Conduct referrals were completed for everyone in the room.
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Shoreline vending comes back to Havasu The Associated Press LAKE HAVASU, Ariz. — Shoreline vendors have returned to Arizona’s Lake Havasu. The U.S.Bureau of Land Management has accepted two permits for shoreline vending on the southernmost end of London Bridge Beach. The vendors are allowed to rent personal watercraft, such as jet skis, through Oct. 31.
Arizona wild ... dogs UA baseball head coach Andy Lopez’s dog, Charlie, keeps watch over his master during the Wildcats’ 6-4 win over UCLA Sunday afternoon. Lopez’s daughters Kerri and Kristi made sure Charlie didn’t get out of hand during the “Bark at the Park” promotion where fans were encouraged to bring their dogs to the game.
A 180-day permit process included an environmental assessment, public comments and meetings and months of discussions. The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation has said the BLM will be the only organization to grant permits at Lake Havasu. The BLM, in coordination with the city of Lake Havasu, removed all shoreline vendors from two beaches last summer.
Senators to unveil energy-climate bill aimed at bipartisan support The Associated Press WASHINGTON — A small, bipartisan group of Senators, after months of closed-door negotiations, is set to unveil an energy and climate bill Monday that will test President Obama’s ability to deliver on yet another major policy commitment — and the nation’s readiness to address a problem with far-reaching implications for the economy and the environment. The bill, crafted by Sens. John Kerry, D-Mass., Joe Lieberman, Independent Democrat-Conn., and Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., in conjunction with industry groups and environmentalists, seeks to spur “clean energy”production and reduce the heat-trapping gas emissions that contribute to global warming, all without hurting consumers. But those are complex, sometimes conflicting goals, and hammering out compromises that can win congressional approval may be an even tougher test of Obama’s political skills than the health-care overhaul or Wall Street regulation — especially since the climate bill is unlikely to get unanimous Democratic support in the Senate and figures to need a significant number of Republican votes to pass. Still, drafters said late last week that they will unveil the bill with significant industry support, including endorsements from General Electric, at least three oil companies, and several large electric utilities that rely heavily on coal for generation. Kerry said in an interview that“major business is going to stand up with us.” “What I’m confident of is that we are putting out a bill that can transform America’s economy and add millions of jobs, increase national security and put America back into competition with China,” he said, adding: “It’s got the ability to
attract 60 votes.” At its core, the proposed climate legislation would mandate a series of steps to reduce the nation’s greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuels. It would implement a so-called “cap-and-trade” system for power plants and, eventually, factories, with strict curbs on the types of trading that would be allowed. In a last-minute switch, the bill will require oil companies to obtain emissions permits. The negotiators scrapped plans to impose what would have amounted to a new tax on gasoline, a provision favored by several oil companies but which many senators and the White House feared would damage the bill in the eyes of voters. Even so, the bill as written would likely raise fuel costs. The legislation would immediately send two-thirds of the revenues from emissions permit sales directly back to consumers as refunds on their utility bills, Kerry said, and eventually refund nearly all the proceeds to consumers, in an effort to blunt energy cost increases. Small sums would be dedicated to reducing the federal budget deficit, investing in energy research and financing international climate change efforts. The bill includes several efforts to win support from Republicans and business groups such as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, including massive incentives for new nuclear power plants, expanded offshore oil drilling, restrictions on state and federal power to enforce other environmental laws and a variety of protections and sweeteners for Rust Belt manufacturers. Many of those provisions anger environmentalists, while the emissions limits draw opposition from many business groups, Republicans and even some moderate Democrats.
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$100 bill gets a makeover The Associated Press WASHINGTON — The folks who print America’s money have designed a hightech makeover of the $100 bill. It’s part of an effort to stay ahead of counterfeiters as technology becomes more sophisticated and more dollars flow overseas, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke says. The makeover, unveiled Wednesday by Bernanke and Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, may leave people wondering if there’s magic involved. Benjamin Franklin is still on the C-note. But he has been joined by a disappearing Liberty Bell in an inkwell and a bright blue security ribbon composed of thousands of tiny lenses that magnify objects in mysterious ways. Move the bill, and the objects move in a different direction. The new currency will not go into circulation until Feb. 10 of next year. That will give the government time to educate the public in the United States and around the world about the changes. “We estimate that as many as twothirds of all $100 notes circulate outside the United States,”said Bernanke, who stressed that the 6.5 billion in $100 bills now in circulation will remain legal tender. The $100 bill, the highest value denomination in general circulation, is the last bill to undergo an extensive redesign. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing began the process in 2003, adding splashes of color to spruce up first the $20 and then the $50, $10 and $5 bills. The $1 bill isn’t getting a makeover. The changes are aimed at thwarting counterfeiters who are armed with evermore sophisticated computers, scanners and color copiers. The $100 bill is the most frequent target of counterfeiters operating outside of the United States while the $20 bill is the favorite target of counterfeiters inside the country. The redesigned $100 bill had originally
been expected to go into circulation in late 2008 but it’s introduction was delayed to give the government time to refine all the new security features. The government has prepared education resources in 25 languages to inform the public about the design changes and is giving people a chance to view the new bills on its website. “We wanted the changes to be very obvious, visible and easy to see,” Larry Felix, director of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, said in an interview with The Associated Press. The new blue security ribbon will give a 3-D effect to the micro-images that the thousands of lenses will be magnifying. Tilt the note back and forth and you will see tiny bells on the ribbon change to 100s as they move.
But that’s not all. Tilt the note back and forth and the images will move side to side. Tilt the note side to side and the images will move up and down. In addition, to the left of Franklin’s portrait, will be an inkwell that will change color from copper to green when the note is tilted. The movement will also make a Liberty Bell appear and disappear inside the inkwell. “As with previous U.S.currency redesigns, this note incorporates the best technology available to ensure we’re staying ahead of counterfeiters,”Geithner said. Franklin will remain on the front of the $100 bill and Independence Hall in Philadelphia will remain on the back of the currency although both have been modified in ways aimed at making it harder to produce counterfeit copies of the bills.
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My boyfriend is uncircumcised and I heard that STDs stick on the foreskin. Should I be worried?
A. Interesting question! Let’s start with the basics and work our way through some facts. The foreskin, also known as the prepuce, is a retractable fold of skin that covers the tip of the penis (glans). It protects the glans, keeps it moist, and sensitive to stimulation. The act of removing the foreskin, known as circumcision, has been around for thousands of years and is practiced heavily in certain cultures. In the U.S. approximately 60-79% of men are circumcised. Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) don’t necessarily stick on foreskin; however, some studies suggest that being circumcised reduces the risk of infection of HIV transmission in male to female vaginal sex. The World Health Organization recommends male circumcision as an effective prevention method in countries that have high heterosexual HIV rates and low circumcision prevalence. Other research studies suggest that circumcision is not the only answer to STD prevention. People still need to protect themselves from infection, regardless of circumcision status. Circumcision is a hygienic practice, because it helps prevent
bacteria from collecting around the head of the penis. Practicing good hygiene (i.e. pulling back the foreskin and washing around the tip of the penis) and safer sex (lower risk activities, limiting partners, etc.) will also help prevent STD infection. To answer your question, if your boyfriend is faithful, doesn’t inject drugs, and does not currently have an STD – you have little to worry about. However, if he is having sex with other people outside of your relationship or is sharing drugs, then you are vulnerable. To lower your risk, use a condom every time you have sex and get tested regularly for STDs. Condoms are the second best method of STD prevention next to abstinence and an STD test will allow you to get the appropriate treatment if you are infected. You can purchase condoms and get STD testing at Campus Health for a reasonable price. For more information about STDs and male circumcision visit www.cdc.gov/std or www.health.arizona.edu Guest columnist: Richard Teran, Health Education Senior
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Softball dams Beavers Twenty-run Game 1, Fowler’s perfect Game 2 propels UA By Kevin Zimmerman Arizona Daily Wildcat Fears of a letdown could have motivated the Arizona softball team coming into a weekend home series against the Oregon State Beavers. Instead, the Wildcats (38-7, 8-4 Pacific 10 Conference) appeared motivated by how powerfully they could crush a .500 ball-club. They unmercifully swept the Beavers (22-24, 2-10) by way of three five-inning games, including a perfect game on Saturday by ace Kenzie Fowler — the eighth perfect game in school history — and a 20-1 shellacking in the Friday series opener. “It’s definitely a confidence-builder, run-ruling them all three games,” said catcher Stacie Chambers, who tacked on seven RBIs during the weekend. “It’s a learning experience for us to take advantage of opportunities when we have them.” Opportunity was the theme of the weekend that saw the Wildcats extend their winning streak to six games. Arizona took advantage of whatever opportunities Oregon State gave it, many of which came off the Beavers’ five errors through the three games. Meanwhile, the Beavers had few chances against an on-target Fowler (27-5). The freshman’s perfect game in Saturday’s contest led to an 8-0 Arizona win. She only had four strikeouts but allowed the defense to field every ball put into play. “Usually credit goes to the pitcher (in perfect games), but anyone that was watching the game saw that our defense made some pretty big plays,” a modest Fowler said of her performance, adding that she didn’t notice a perfect game was within reach until the final out. “I thought my control was a lot better,” she added. “I thought I stayed ahead of the batters.” With that, the offense put up just enough runs to call it quits after five innings. Small-ball and scores off errors helped Arizona in a four-run second inning. A walk with the bases loaded in the third gave the Wildcats a 5-0 lead SOFTBALL, page 14
Success for track and field in Calif.
Arizona returns from Berkeley with nine victories By Galo Mejia Arizona Daily Wildcat The Arizona track and field team left the Brutus Hamilton Invitational in Berkeley, Calif., on a high note this weekend after capturing nine victories in two days of competition. Freshman Julie Labonte won another women’s shot put competition with a throw of 53 feet 9 inches, making her undefeated in the women’s outdoor shot put and the third-best shot putter in the West. The women’s 4x400-meter team continued to build its reputation by winning the event with a time of 3:38.45 — two seconds faster than the home team. Redshirt sophomore Abdi Hassan took a break from the 1500m to win the 800m with a personal best time of 1:49.09. He set the eighth-fastest time for the event in Arizona history and now ranks in the top 10 in the NCAA West. Senior runner Christina Rodgers also took a vacation from her usual 800m race to win the women’s 1500m with a time of 4:31.21. Freshman Jennifer Bergman won the 5000m with a time of 16:44.35, which TRACK, page 10
Former Wildcats going pro By Tim Kosch Arizona Daily Wildcat
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Freshman ace Kenzie Fowler delivers a pitch to the plate during Arizona’s 9-1 victory against Oregon State at Hillenbrand Stadium on Sunday. Fowler had quite the weekend as she became the eighth softball pitcher in Arizona history to pitch a perfect game.
Two former Arizona football players are heading to the NFL. Tight end Rob Gronkowski and defensive tackle Earl Mitchell both heard their names called on Friday — Gronkowski in the second round to the New England Patriots and Mitchell in the third round to the Houston Texans. For both players, Friday represented the realization of a dream come true. “It’s crazy,” Mitchell said in a press conference after getting drafted. “It’s a surreal experience, and it’s just been a dream of mine just to play professional football. It’s a good feeling. I’m excited.” Mitchell was projected to be drafted in the third or fourth round after he complimented his stellar senior season with strong workouts at the NFL Combine and Arizona’s Pro Day. Mitchell will fit in nicely with a defense that already has stars like defensive end Mario Williams and linebackers Demeco Ryans and Brian Cushing. “I get to learn from good guys that are veterans and very good players,” Mitchell said. “I’m very excited to be a part of that. I’m very excited to be a part of this organization.” He’s also excited about the location. After all, it is his home. “Being able to play here is a fulfilled dream,” said Mitchell, a product of Houston’s North Shore High School.“I grew up as an Oilers fan. Houston has been a big part of my life. Just being a part of something that has Houston on it is just a great experience for me and my family.” As for Gronkowski, his path to the NFL was a little different. The junior decided to declare for the draft a year early despite missing all of last season due to a back injury. Had he played his junior season or come back for his senior one, DRAFT, page 9
Baseball drops two of three By Mike Schmitz Arizona Daily Wildcat One out was all the No. 17 Arizona baseball team needed to knock off No. 6 UCLA Friday night and grab hold of the momentum for the remaining two games of the series. But with a 2-1 lead and two outs in the bottom of ninth, Arizona (28-11, 8-7 Pacific 10 Conference) freshman third baseman Seth MejiasBrean was handcuffed by a hard-hit chopper to third, allowing the Bruins (29-7, 7-5) to tie the game and ultimately win 6-3 in the 10th inning. UCLA’s comeback took the air out of a young Arizona team, and the Bruins went on to take two of three games from the Wildcats at Sancet Stadium. “Really if you look at one play Friday night we roll out of this thing winning two out of three,” said head coach Andy Lopez after a 6-4 Arizona victory in Game 3. “We’re one ground ball away from winning three out of four against the No. 1 and No. 6 teams in the nation.” Arizona Friday-night starter Kurt Heyer went pitch for pitch with Bruins ace and former Yankees first-round draft pick Gerrit Cole, and the Wildcats grabbed hold of the lead in the bottom of the seventh inning in Game 1. Cole struck out 10 through eight innings and touched 99 mph on the radar gun, but Heyer was equally as impressive through six innings — one run off of five hits and eight punchouts — and Arizona appeared to be on its way to stunning one of the nation’s top arms. “Overall I thought I did my job,” Heyer said after Game 1. “It was an intense game. We battled back in the eighth and we had it.” Sophomore lefty Bryce Bandilla relieved Heyer in the seventh and carried Arizona into the ninth as he yielded only one hit through 2 1/3 scoreless innings. Lopez turned to closer Nick
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Arizona sophomore catcher Jett Bandy dives after a UCLA base runner as he crosses home plate during the Bruins 6-2 victory on Saturday at Sancet Stadium. UCLA’s starter pitched a complete game while striking out 13 Wildcats.
Cunningham to seal the deal. The freshman right-hander allowed a single but picked up the second out by inducing a grounder to Mejias-Brean. With a runner on second and two outs, UCLA’s Dean Espy sent a chopper down the third base line, and this time Mejias-Brean couldn’t make the play, allowing the tying run to score. “When (the ground ball) was hit I was charting it as five-three and then someone said it just kind of beat him up,” Lopez said.“Tough night for him.” The Bruins went on to beat up UA relievers Augey Bill and Joe Allison in the top of the 10th and stole one from the Wildcats. “I have some friends on UCLA and they know they should’ve been 0-1
going into Saturday and 1-1 going into today,” sophomore right fielder Steve Selsky said after Game 3. “They got pretty lucky in that last inning. I feel like we played better than them.” The Bruins carried the momentum from Friday into Saturday’s game when UCLA starter Trevor Bauer stole the show. Bauer went the distance, holding the Wildcats to only two runs off of 10 hits, while fanning 13. UCLA got to UA starter Kyle Simon — six runs in five innings — and the Wildcat bats failed to capitalize on some early opportunities, resulting in a 6-2 UCLA win. The Pac-10 Conference’s top hitting team collided with one of the nation’s best pitching staffs, and the Bruins’ arms
proved to be too much for the Wildcats. “They’ve got some real good arms and we haven’t done a real good job competing against those arms,” Lopez said after Game 2. “That might be the best pitching staff in the country,”Lopez added after Game 3. But Arizona finally got to UCLA on Sunday and avoided a sweep with a 6-4 victory.The combination of starter Daniel Workman and Bandilla held the Bruins to three runs through 6 1/3 innings and the Wildcats chased UCLA starter Rob Rasmussen after 3 2/3 innings. “To win today was very important,” Selsky said.“We were pretty upset about BASEBALL, page 10
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Gronkowski drafted by Patriots, Mitchell by Texans
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‘Cats head to Tempe for Pac-10 Tournament By Alex Williams ARIZONA DAILY WILDCAT
DT Earl Mitchell, Houston Texans (third round)
Wildcats in the NFL TE Rob Gronkowski, New England Patriots (second round) LB Vuna Tuihalamaka, Indianapolis Colts (signed undrafted FA contract) FB Chris Gronkowski, Dallas Cowboys (signed undrafted FA contract)
Former UA basketball player Fendi Onobun was drafted as a tight end in the sixth round by the St. Louis Rams.
Gronkowski was all but guaranteed to be a first round selection, but instead, he passsed through the first round without being picked. It might have worked out, though, because Gronkowski was quickly scooped up in the second round by the perennial Super Bowl contenders: the New England Patriots. “I just believe it’s a great fit, a great program, and I believe I fit well in the organization,” Gronkowski said in a conference call after getting picked. ”I’m just really happy for this opportunity of being drafted by the New England Patriots.” Gronkowski said in October that he would only go pro if he was sure he’d be selected in the first round. Despite that not happening, Gronkowski is satisfied with the decision.
“I just felt that it was always my dream to play in the NFL, and I wanted my dream to come true and fulfill my dream, and this was the opportunity to jump on board and get to the NFL as soon as possible,” Gronkowski said.“I hope it comes out great. I believe I went to a great team, a great organization with great coaches, great overall everything.” The questions about his back undoubtedly played a role in slipping to the second round, but Gronkowski maintains that his back is no longer an issue. “That’s all in the past,” Gronkowski said. “My back’s 100 percent — I’m ready to play. That’s all in the past. I don’t even want to talk about that anymore.”
Playing against a rival is always exciting, but playing against a rival with something on the line can make an athlete downright giddy. The Arizona men’s golf team has a chance to secure itself a place in one of three NCAA regional tournaments as it heads to Tempe to take on ASU and the rest of the conference in the Pacific 10 Conference Championships. There are about 60 at-large spots open in the NCAA tournament, which is organized similar to the NCAA basketball tournament — with conference tournament champions getting automatic bids. Arizona has a firm grip on one of the at-large spots, but can all but guarantee itself a spot with a solid week in Tempe. The Wildcats are familiar with ASU’s Karsten golf course, as the last event was there. They finished in fourth place at the ASU/Thunderbird Invitational. “It’s really an advantage to guys that haven’t played there before,” said Rich Saferian, a senior from Wixom, Mich.,“but it helps nonetheless.”
Arizona struggled to find consistent play from the fifth spot which could be highlighted in the Pac-10 tournament — six golfers play counting five scores, as opposed to five golfers playing and counting four scores like most tournaments. “I think it’s going to be Trent (Redfern) playing in the fifth spot, and he’s played well when he’s gotten the chance,” said Jonathan Khan, UA’s second leading scorer with a 72.43 scoring average. “Coming up with someone in the sixth spot will be big for us.” UA finished in fifth in 2000, the last time ASU hosted the tournament. In last year’s tournament, hosted by Washington, the Wildcats finished sixth. Play begins today and continues through Wednesday. NCAA regionals begin on May 13.
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First day at Pacific 10 Championships sets the tone
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Arizona freshman shortstop Alex Mejia awaits an underhand flip from teammate Robert Refsnyder during the Wildcats’ 6-4 win over UCLA at Sancet Stadium on Sunday.
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losing Friday and we wanted to win badly today and did exactly what we came here to do.” The victory gave Arizona something to smile about, but this series will undoubtedly be remembered for what could have been. One ground ball out and the nation would be talking about how the youngest team in the Pac-10 took two of three from the once-No. 1 Bruins. “That’s always in the back of your mind, like what if what if what if,” Selsky said. “But we’re 2-and-2 on the week facing the No. 1 team and No. 6 team, that’s not bad.”
He said it: Youth no longer an excuse
Arizona head coach Andy Lopez spoke to his team for over an hour and a half after Sunday’s 6-4 victory. He made it clear to his team that, although the Wildcats are the youngest team in the Pacific 10 Conference, they can’t use it as
an excuse. • “I’m not trying to be a tyrant with these guys, but we are in the Pac-10; no one’s going to say at the end of the year,‘Oh they’re young.’They’re going to say,‘Where did they finish up?’”Lopez said. • “That’s what I told them right now, no one’s going to give you brownie points because you’re young,” he added. “What you’re doing is nice. Applaud yourself. But we’ve got to get old pretty quick because we’re going down the stretch run here.” • Although Lopez was pleased with the team’s showing on Sunday, he wanted to make sure his team doesn’t think about age, but simply performance. • “He doesn’t want to hear that as an excuse, he doesn’t want to hear that ever again,” said sophomore Steve Selsky.“We’ve been doing this for seven months, it’s not an excuse anymore.”
The weekend seemed to be over before it had even begun for the No. 30 Arizona men’s tennis team, whose anemic first day performance set the tone for a disappointing Pacific-10 Conference Tournament in Ojai, Calif. After losing all six singles matches on Thursday, the Wildcats (13-10, 2-4 Pac-10) were unable to rebound and refocus for the rest of the weekend, against some of the best players in the nation. With only two conference wins in the regular season, Arizona’s chances for conference glory weren’t looking too solid. When the singles draws were released, the pressure was slammed heavily on the shoulders of Arizona senior Pat Metham, who was matched up with USC’s Robert Farah, the No. 1 seed in the tournament. Despite a valiant effort, Metham was swiftly denied a victory, falling 6-2, 6-1 to Farah. Arizona senior Jay Goldman, who blossomed in his victory over UCLA’s No. 60 singles player Matt Brooklyn at the beginning of the month, was quickly subdued by Brooklyn’s teammate Maxime Tabatruong in straight sets. The one spark of potential confidence for the Wildcats was the first-round doubles victory for Metham and Geoff Embry, as they beat Oregon’s Alex Cornelissen and Marco Verdasco. Hoping to shake off the tough weekend, the Wildcats aim to regroup and turn toward the NCAA championships starting May 14.
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Women confident heading into NCAA Championships
After tough conference competition throughout the regular season, the No. 50 Arizona women’s tennis team returns to Tucson for its final practices of the season. The Wildcats are boasting a renewed vigor and confidence after a solid showing at the Pac-10 Tournament in Ojai over the weekend. Limping into the postseason with only one conference victory, the Wildcats (13-9, 1-7 Pac-10) finally have some momentum to finish out the 2010 campaign. Sophomore Natasha Marks, who fought her way to the finals in last year’s tournament, was able to subdue Oregon’s Julia Metzger on Thursday in two sets after winning a first-set tiebreaker. Unfortunately, Marks’ finals repeat was put to rest when her efforts were overshadowed by UCLA’s Yasmin Schnack in the round of 16. On the doubles courts, the Arizona women were able to come up with three wins, with the team of Marks and Claire Rietsch making the quarterfinals after taking victory over Stanford’s Mallory Burdette and Stacey Tan, 8-4, on Saturday. With newfound conference confidence, the women join their male counterparts in NCAA championships in May. With their final weeks together as a team, the Wildcats hope to retain the efforts that drove them through the tournament this weekend. — Dan Kohler
Ross rebounds from surgery; Hasslen sets personal record
was 15 seconds faster than second place. The women high jumpers took over the pit and swept the event with freshman Brigetta Barrett and seniors Liz Patterson and Jasmin Day taking first, second and third, respectively. After coming back from surgery and rehab, freshman Nick Ross took first in the men’s high jump with a personal best of 7 feet, 1 3/4 inches. His teammate Edgar Rivera-Morales took third with the same height but racked up more misses.
Redshirt junior Korion Morris wouldn’t be excluded from the winner’s circle as he came back from fifth place to win the men’s discus with his last throw of the day of 166 feet and 10 inches. Freshman Alyssa Hasslen also set a new personal best throw of 169 feet and 8 inches. In his first track meet since high school, junior and Arizona football player Travis Cobb, finished fourth with a time of 10.79 seconds in the men’s 100m.
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DETROIT — The Phoenix Coyotes were at their best when they were up or down a skater, or two, and that gave them a chance to survive for at least one more game. Phoenix scored its first three goals on special teams and Illya Bryzgalov made 31 saves in a 5-2 win over Detroit on Sunday that forced Game 7 in the first-round series. “They won the special teams battle,” Red Wings coach Mike Babcock said.“That sucked the life out of our team.” Phoenix will host the final game against Detroit on Tuesday night. “Any time you can play in a Game 7, it’s a game you’ll remember,”Coyotes coach Dave Tippett said. Detroit would love to forget how Sunday started. The Coyotes were called for three penalties in the first 4:42 — including a pair that put them down two skaters for 1:09 — but they were the only team to score in the opening period. Detroit defenseman Brad Stuart nonchalantly carried the puck out of his end, Lauri Korpikoski snatched it and scored a short-handed goal 4:10 in to spark the win. “My fault,” Stuart said. Mathieu Schneider snapped the Coyotes’ 0-for-19 skid on the power play with a goal early in the second for a 2-0 lead, and Radim Vrbata scored with the man advantage midway through the period to restore the two-goal edge. “I don’t want to say we solved it,” Schneider said.“It worked for tonight.” Wojtek Wolski’s seven-strength goal put Phoenix ahead 4-1 late in the second. Detroit’s Jimmy Howard made 24 saves, but he gave up at least four goals for the third time in the series. He allowed only one the previous two games as Detroit took a 3-2 lead. A finalist for the Calder Trophy — given to the NHL’s top rookie — Howard is about to play in his first win-or-go-home game in the NHL. “No, I’m not concerned about him at all, Babcock said.“We’re real comfortable with Howie. You can’t win Game 7 until you get there.” The Coyotes went ahead 1-0 on their first shot Sunday and beat Howard four more times. “They got lucky,” Howard said. “We hit a couple posts.” The Red Wings also often hit Bryzgalov’s stick, skates and pads, including 10 times in the first 10 minutes. “Bryz was excellent,” Tippett said. “That’s what he’s done for us all year.” Stuart scored 2:51 into the second — 24 seconds after Schneider put the Coyotes up 2-0 — to fire up the crowd, but the fans were quieted by the goals from Vrbata and Wolski. Phoenix ended any hopes the Red Wings had for a comeback when Taylor Pyatt scored a powerplay goal 5:25 into the third. Detroit’s Darren Helm scored with 3:31 left, but the goal came much too late. The Red Wings missed opportunities, going 0 for 5 on the power play, and couldn’t slow down the Coyotes — 3-for-6 with a man advantage. “Special teams was the difference,” Red Wings defenseman Nicklas Lidstrom said. The Coyotes have been a feel-good story this season after enduring tumultuous times that threatened the team’s long-term future in Arizona. Now the Western Conference’s fourth-seeded team has a chance to eliminate the two-time defending
conference champions with one home win. “I said it before the series, home-ice advantage is only good if it comes down to a Game 7,” Tippett said.
Canucks finish Kings on Daniel Sedin’s late goal
VANCOUVER — Daniel Sedin scored the tiebreaking goal with 2:03 to play, and the Vancouver Canucks rallied from another thirdperiod deficit to finish off their first-round series against the Los Angeles Kings with a 4-2 victory in Game 6 Sunday night. Roberto Luongo made 30 saves while keeping Vancouver close in its third straight victory over Los Angeles, and Kevin Bieksa tied it early in the third period for the third-seeded Canucks. Sedin then skated in to collect a loose puck and snapped a shot over goalie Jonathan Quick, sending Vancouver to the second round of the Western Conference playoffs for the third time in four seasons. Drew Doughty and Alexander Frolov scored and Quick stopped 18 shots for the sixth-seeded Kings, who struggled to finish close games in their first playoff appearance since 2002. Steve Bernier scored an early goal for Vancouver, and Alex Burrows put his first goal of the postseason into an empty net with 1:07 left. Mikael Samuelsson failed to score a goal for the first time in his remarkable series, but still earned two assists — including an accidental helper on Sedin’s decisive goal when he apparently broke his stick on a slap shot — to finish with 11 points. Vancouver roared into the second round, possibly to meet Chicago for the second straight year, after trailing in the third period of Game 4 while Los Angeles had a 2-1 series lead. The Canucks dominated the series’ next 80 minutes, scoring four goals to win Game 4 at Staples Center before routing Los Angeles 7-2 in Game 5 at home on Friday night. Vancouver finished the series on a 15-5 run over the final seven periods. While Luongo had perhaps his finest performance of the series in Game 6, Quick’s late-season struggles never disappeared for long, even while Los Angeles earned a playoff berth. He failed in eight straight tries to earn his 40th victory of the winningest season for a goalie in Kings history, and he gave up five goals — along with two empty-netters — in the third periods of Los Angeles’ final two home playoff games. He also was pulled from Game 5. Although Los Angeles’ dominant power play had cooled in the previous two games, the Kings scored both goals in Game 6 moments after power plays ended.
Bruins playmaker Marc Savard closer to playing
BOSTON — Marc Savard is practicing with the Boston Bruins for the first time since sustaining a Grade 2 concussion on March 7. But the team’s top playmaker expressed doubt that he would play Monday night in Game 6 against the Buffalo Sabres. Boston leads the bestof-seven series 3-2. Savard had skated on his own several times before practicing with his teammates on Sunday. He has a neuro-psych test scheduled for Monday and said the chances of him playing don’t look good. Coach Claude Julien said Savard is improving, but hasn’t received medical clearance.
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Arizona softball freshman Baillie Kirker stands in the batters box awaiting a pitch against Oregon State on Sunday at Hillenbrand Stadium. The Wildcats swept the Beavers convincingly, winning their sixth consecutive game.
• Second baseman Kristen Arriola sat out Sunday’s game after getting hit in the lip by a ball during pre-game line drills. Junior Victoria Kemp took over
at second and recorded her ﬁrst home run of the season. • Catcher Stacie Chambers increased her home run total to 15 with two more bombs on the weekend. Lini Koria has
before left fielder Brittany Lastrapes hit a threerun homer to give Arizona eight scores. The defensive gem followed up an offensive explosion in Friday’s first game, where the Wildcats put up 20 scores before the Beavers drove in one run on the final out of the 20-1 victory. Ten Wildcats tallied one or more RBIs on the evening. Senior shortstop K’Lee Arredondo led the way for Arizona with a 3-for-4 hitting performance and four RBIs. “We just played our game,” she said.“We wanted to prove a point that no matter who we play, we wanted to play our game.” In Game 1, Fowler went four innings, striking out five and walking three. Ashley Ralston-Alvarez took over in the final stanza and gave up one run. Altogether, the Wildcat pitchers saw a total of 23 batters while the Beavers’ three-pitcher rotation struggled through 37 Arizona at-bats. After dominating the Beavers through two games, Game 3’s 9-1 Arizona win began in a similar fashion compared to the first two games. With the bases loaded, aided by an OSU error, the Wildcats drove in two runs in the first —
13 and also hit two this weekend. • K’Lee Arredondo went 7-for-11 for a .636 batting average over the threegame stretch. • With the success at the top of the
both unearned. That spurred Beavers assistant coach Dana Sorensen, visibly angry at her players’ lack of execution, to get in the face of her players as time was called. From that point forth, the Beavers held strong until Arizona designated player Lini Koria hit a grand slam during a five-run third inning. “The one disappointment was when you see someone three times on the weekend that your adjustments would get better on the plate,” head coach Mike Candrea said.“A lot of that stems from the emotional state that you’re in — today, just a little bit flat.” Arizona tacked on two more runs on a Chambers home run to close the Beavers out in five innings yet again. It was a positive finish to keep the Wildcats rolling on the road at California and Oregon in the next two weeks. “I looked at this weekend and they were focused, but they were having fun,” Candrea said of his players. “When you start hitting the ball like we did Friday night, it just breeds confidence and it just kind of flows.”
line-up in veterans Brittany Lastrapes, Lauren Schutzler, K’Lee Arredondo and Stacie Chambers, freshman ﬁrst baseman Baillie Kirker and third baseman Brigette Del Ponte have been
struggling. Kirker didn’t contribute a hit on the weekend while Del Ponte only reached by a fair ball once. • Kirker recorded her first error on the season on Friday.
NBA PLAYOFF ROUNDUP Jazz take 3-1 lead on Denver with 117-106 win
SALT LAKE CITY — Carlos Boozer had 31 points and 13 rebounds, Deron Williams added 24 points and 13 assists, and the Utah Jazz held off a late charge to beat the Denver Nuggets 117-106 on Sunday night for a 3-1 lead in their Western Conference playoff series. Carmelo Anthony finished with 39 points and led the Nuggets back within range late in the fourth quarter, but Denver never caught all the way up and lost for the third straight time in the series. Game 5 is Wednesday in Denver, where the Nuggets will need to win at home to stay alive. The Jazz controlled the first three quarters, seeming quicker and more determined than Denver while chasing down loose balls and firing up the fans with every hustle play. The frustrated Nuggets battled foul trouble, losing Chauncey Billups while trying to rally in the fourth quarter. Denver trailed by 18 entering the final period but was able to get within 113-106 on back-to-back 3-pointers from Anthony, but that was as close as it could get. C.J. Miles scored 21 and Wesley Matthews added 18 points for Utah. The Jazz led by as
much as 20 and had the Nuggets off balance until Anthony led a surge early in the fourth. Anthony converted a three-point play, then hit a 3-pointer to cut Utah’s lead to 90-79, but he was called for his fifth foul with 8:45 left to play when he got tangled up with Williams while going for a rebound. Anthony pleaded to the officials while still on his back outside the lane, but there was no changing the call and he was carrying five fouls for the third straight game. Anthony sat for a couple of minutes and the Nuggets were still trailing 98-85 when he returned. Denver put together a few more runs that got it close enough for Jazz fans to get quiet and worry, but Utah was able to hang on. Kenyon Martin and Chauncey Billups scored 14 apiece for the Nuggets. Nene and J.R. Smith both scored 10.
Spurs push Mavs to brink of elimination
SAN ANTONIO — George Hill sank yet another big shot from the corner, this time right in front of the Dallas Mavericks bench, and ran back upcourt flashing three fingers. He probably meant 3-pointer. Or maybe it was three down, one to go. While Tim Duncan had a miserable 34th
birthday and Manu Ginobili looked as rough at times as his bandaged-up broken nose, Hill scored 29 points to help the Spurs push the second-seeded Mavericks to the brink of elimination with a 92-89 victory on Sunday night. “From the day they drafted me, I knew I belonged,” said Hill, found by the Spurs late in the first round two years ago. Hill’s playoff performance was, in the Duncan era of the Spurs, virtually unprecedented. The 23-year-old guard became the first player other than Duncan, Ginobili or Tony Parker to lead the Spurs in scoring in a playoff game since the first round in 2007. That’s a span of 41 playoff games. Put in even more remarkable context, one of the Big Three has been the top scorer for San Antonio in all but two postseason games since the Spurs won their second championship in 2003. Michael Finley was the first in 2007. Hill became the other after Duncan, Parker and Ginobili combined for just 31 points in a physical Game 4 that left tempers flaring. “If you tell me before the game we hold the Big Three to those numbers, we figure we win the game,”Mavs forward Dirk Nowitzki said. — The Associated Press
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Dallas Mavericks’ Jason Kidd strips the ball from San Antonio Spurs’ Manu Ginobili, left, during the first half in Game 4 of the NBA Western Conference playoffs.
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