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Friday, February 11, 2011

The Record Volume 41, Issue 18

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Cardinals, Please Sign Pujols

Oscar’s Preview Trevor Jin, ’12

Entertainment Writer

Andy Schwartz, ’11 Sports Writer

If the Cardinals do not sign Albert Pujols to a contract extension by February 16, he will become a free agent at season’s end. Pujols will want a long term deal, and upwards of 30 million dollars per season. This would be a record setting contract. As for the Cardinals front office, they have some work to do. They must sign Pujols. The negotiations will be intense and I wouldn’t want to be the Cardinals. Both sides know that the Cardinals need Pujols more than he needs them. I don’t now how the Cardinals will be able to argue that the best player in baseball, doesn’t deserve the most money or that the man who has been more consistent than any player in history, doesn’t deserve a long-term deal. It’s hard to imagine a more perfect player.

In signing Pujols, the cardinals are signing a great baseball player. They are signing a legend, and they are signing a hero. Pujols is not just the hero of the Cardinals. He is the hero of pro baseball. He has never tested positive for any performance enhancing drugs. He has no criminal record. He’s a model citizen. He’s a teacher and the game’s greatest student. Pujols does not like the nickname “El Hombre”. He says that Stan is the Man not him. Well Albert, let me tell you- Musial would be honored to share a nickname with you. He lives in this city and like the rest of us, he admires you. The Cardinals will sign Pujols. He might not sign before spring training, but they will sign him. They must sign him. Pujols is our hero. He is my hero. He is not baseball’s Lebron. He is Baseball’s Jordan. Air Pujols baby......Air Pujols.

Best Animated Film Nominees: How to Train Your Dragon, The Illusionist, Toy Story 3 My Pick: Toy Story 3 Confidence: 100% When your competition is “How to Train Your Dragon,” you win. But also, Toy Story 3 knocked it out of the park. Best Director Nominees: Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan), Joel Coen and Ethan Coen (True Grit), David Fincher (The Social Network), Tom Hooper (The King’s Speech), David O’Russell (The Fighter) My Pick: David Fincher Confidence: 80% Dark Horse: Tom Hooper 20% Even though I (and if my predictions come true, the Academy) will not really be rewarding The Social Network as much as the Golden Globes did, I have to give some credit. The movie was really well put together and flowed consistently. I can’t see a movie going so well without the use of a talented director. On the flip side, the Academy could get greedy with my current overall winner for these Oscars with The King’s Speech in Tom Hooper. The Social Network and The King’s Speech are so incredibly different, that comparing them is certainly unfair. The King’s Speech’s lack of evidence of a director’s heavy touch makes me heavily lean towards Fincher. Best Supporting Actress Nominees: Amy Adams, Helena Bonham Carter, Melissa Leo, Hailee Steinfeld, Jacki Weaver My Pick: Melissa Leo Confidence: 70% Dark Horse: Hailee Steinfeld 30% Melissa Leo played a fantastic role in The Fighter, but Hailee Steinfeld (main female lead of True Grit) is a new up and coming actress. The Academy loves to feed on this. Hailee was alright, in my eyes, but not that good. In all fairness, her character was supposed to be emotionless and determined, but it simply came down to her reading off her lines like a robot. Jeff Bridges (Winner Best Actor last year) outshined (continued on page 6)


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to throw it back at you like some sort of thing that people throw back to each other, but Weekly Editorial Writer worse because this person shouldn’t be Jon Gower, ’11 Sam Sagartz, ’11 throwing it to anyone in the first place. Of Gentlemen, I write today about something course I heard Jacob saw Dr. Logusch at that’s bothered me for years. Ladies, I write WalMart over spring break in 7th grade. I was Faculty Moderator: today about something that I shall never there. Also, I totally ran into Dr. Logusch at Mr. Matthew L. Barrett become. I refer of course to those unfortunates WalMart over spring break in 7th grade - it was who suffer a fate worse than death: never awesome. Worse still are those people you In this issue... having anything interesting to say at all in any know to be conversation thieves who interrupt Andy Schwartz, ’11 given scenario at any time you in your conversation Mr. Jacob Martin, ’11 ever. Yes, I refer to what I with a non-versation thief Zach Weiss, ’11 refer to as “conversation (see what I did there? David Taiclet, ’11 thieves,” and shall See?) to say something Sam Sagartz, ’11 examine them throughout completely and utterly Trevor Jin, ’12 the course of this article. without merit. Upon Tommy Yoon, ’12 The conversation thieves completing their task of Jack O’Brien, ’12 are scavengers. Having saying this worthless, nothing of their own to worthless series of offer, they will listen to syllables somehow passed your anecdote, your joke, off as actual words in the your unfortunate illness, English language, they the tragic death of your proceed to stand there beloved marmot (like a and interject further weasel, only pronounced meaningless things. The Record Disclaimer “marmot”), and they will Moving does not help. The Record is the official student publication of Saint Louis Priory then recount that story to They’re followers. If they School in St. Louis, Missouri. It others. I needn’t tell you, actually had some sort of is produced by student editors/ staff members. Its purpose is dear reader, of the joy one glue with them at all threefold: to inform students of experiences when a joke times I wouldn’t be events in the community; to encourage discussion of local, is told and well received. surprised if a few of them national, and international issues; and to serve as a training Be wary, though, for the actually glued themselves ground for budding journalists, recipient may indeed be… to me. And so, murderers photographers, and graphic designers. The Record accepts a conversation thief. and thieves of decent contributions from all members © 1999-2010 Wheatmark, Inc. o f t h e P r i o r y c o m m u n i t y , Often in my encounters with conversation, do not including students, faculty, and them, I will tell them a jokeAll Rights Reserved. continue to submit to your alumni. The Record will not and then, while I am still present, they will tell fiendish desires. Obtain stories of your own. publish content considered that joke to someone else and claim credit for Embellish them so they’re interesting. Stop legally unprotected speech, including but not limited to: it. Never steal a man’s joke, readers, especially telling my stories and stop telling my jokes. libel, copyright infringement, unwarranted invasion of privacy, a man who once arm-wrestled the statue of Also, internet videos do not count as or material disruption of the liberty (and won). It’s in poor taste like your interesting stories. So go live, laugh, love, educational process. Student Worse still are the editors apply professional conversations. whatever’s either interesting enough to make standards to the production of the newspaper and are solely conversation thief’s abilities not only to steal me want to hear you talk or keeps you busy responsible for all content, both your conversation material, but their tendency explicit and implicit. enough to not be near me.

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NBA Teams’ Names (continued from last issue) Jack O’Brien, ’12 Editorial Writer

Charlotte Bobcats The three finalists in the name-the-team contest for Charlotte’s 2004 franchise were Bobcats, Dragons, and Flight. Owner Bob Johnson was admittedly fond of the winning name (Bob in Bobcats) while some of the league’s players were less than impressed. “It sounds like a girls’ softball team to me,” Steve Kerr told reporters. “I guess it shows there aren’t many good nicknames left to be had.” Bobcats CEO Ed Tapscott defended the decision: “I think the athleticism of the feline species plays well with the NBA concept,” he said. “Bobcats are indigenous to western North Carolina.” Hilarious back-and-forth conversation if you ask me. Cleveland Cavaliers Fans voted Cavaliers the team nickname in 1970 in a poll conducted by the Cleveland Plain-Dealer. The other finalists included Jays, Foresters, Towers, and Presidents. Jerry Tomko, who suggested Cavaliers in the contest, wrote, “Cavaliers represent a group of daring fearless men, whose life pact was never surrender, no matter what the odds.” Dallas Mavericks A Dallas radio station sponsored a namethe-team contest and recommended the finalists to team owner Donald Carter, who ultimately chose Mavericks over Wranglers and Express. A freelance writer said the nickname “represents the independent, flamboyant style of the Dallas people.” That’s certainly an apt description for current team owner Mark Cuban.

Denver Nuggets Denver’s ABA team was originally known as the Rockets. When the team was preparing to move to the NBA in 1974, they needed a new nickname, as Rockets was already claimed by the franchise in Houston. Nuggets, an reference to the mining tradition and the Colorado Gold Rush during the late 1850s, was chosen via a name-the-team contest. Detroit Pistons The Pistons trace their roots to Fort Wayne, Indiana, where they were known as the Zollner Pistons. What’s a Zollner Piston? A piston manufactured by thenteam owner Fred Zollner, who named the club after his business. When the team moved to Detroit in 1957, Zollner dropped his name from the nickname but retained Pistons. The name was fitting for the Motor City. Golden State Warriors The Philadelphia Warriors moved from Philadelphia to San Francisco after the 1961-62 season and retained their nickname. When the team relocated across the Bay to Oakland in 1971, they were renamed the Golden State Warriors.

Weekly Lunches Monday, 2/14

Weekly Calendar Friday, 2/11/2011 •4:00pm C Bball @ MICDS •5:30pm JV Bball @ MICDS •7:00pm Varsity Bball @ MICDS •Varsity Wrestling Sectionals

Saturday, 2/12/2011

Monday, 2/14/2011 •5:00pm JV Bball vs. South •6:30pm Varsity Bball vs. South

Tuesday, 2/15/2011 • 5:30pm JV Bball @ JBS • 7:00pm Varsity Bball @ JBS

Wednesday, 2/16/2011

Hot Dog and Chips Tuesday, 2/15 Chicken Wraps Wednesday, 2/16 Homemade Chicken Pot Pie Thursday, 2/17 Philly Steak Friday, 2/18 Cheese Lasagna with Bread Stick

Thursday, 2/17/2011 • Varsity Wrestling State


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Lorem Ipsum Zach Weiss, ’11 Editorial Writer

Gentlemen, I would like to talk about an issue that is very important to me. No, not the fact that South Sudan is now an independent nation, I’m doing that right now in this sentence, and by the time you get to the period I’ll have moved on. This is an issue that affects every last one of us at this school. Dr. Ritchie is one the most senior members of the Classics Department, and one of the most respected teachers at this school, and he does not have a refrigerator. Many teachers have a distinct piece of property that they can call their own. Fr. Michael has his bb gun (I’m sorry, fireworks), Mr. Wenger has his greenhouse, Fr. Ambrose has his flashing light-up Sacred Heart of Jesus, but Doc has no refrigerator. But why, you may ask, should Doc have a refrigerator? Because he wants one, that’s why. I remember one day we were discussing the various merits of the refrigerator that sits practically unused in Mr. Miller’s room, and Doc said to me sullenly, “If I had a refrigerator, I’d let you use it.” Now, I’m not suggesting Mr. Miller give Doc his refrigerator, I want that thing when I graduate. Plus, it would seem like Mr. Miller was passing the torch as head of the Classics Department, which we all know would be ridiculous since he was given “empire without end” by Jupiter. I’m not even suggesting that Doc’s refrigerator should be as nice as Mr. Miller’s, merely that he have one. But Zach, my more astute readers may ask, is there really a point to this article? Does not Doc keep a Spartan spear on these very grounds? He does, but that spear is kept in Room 307, the heart of the Jeroman Empire, and legend has it that it was merely a joint venture with Mr. Finan. That is why, as of today, I’m launching the Zach and Melinda Gates Get Doc a Refrigerator Fund™. All donations can be made payable in cold hard cash to either me or Melinda Gates, and we promise not to spend most of it at Starbucks. This is a chance to make a real difference. Won’t you help us, for Doc?

Wild Wednesday Tommy Yoon, ’12 Sports Writer

On Febuary 9, 2011, one ordinary Wednesday night in sports turned extraordinary over a period of five hours. I was glued to my television, while studying for a Keith Heerlein test, amazed at the games and highlights I was watching. In college basketball, tenth ranked Villanova went to Piscataway, NJ to face unranked Rutgers in what was a blow out early. But James Beatty hit four threes in the last eight minutes to bring the Scarlett Knights back, one of which banked in with 7.4 seconds left to tie the game. Then after some Villanova missed free throws, Jonathon Mitchell of Rutgers drains a triple with the foul to tie the game with .08 seconds left. Mitchell would go on to hit the foul shot sealing the victory as the students stormed the court in a sea of red. The bigger game proceed afterward as red hot North Carolina went into Cameron Indoor trying to upset number 5 ranked Duke. The Tar Heels started off immediately running the floor, hitting shots, and causing turnovers, heading into the locker room at half with a 43-29 lead. But Nolan Smith would not let the crowd of 9,314 down, surging a tremendous 16 point comeback with 22 of his 34 points in the second half, along with the help of Seth Curry, brother of Stephen, who dropped a season high 22 points. Curry’s play was so great that his mother, overfilled with joy, put her own daughter in a head lock after one of Seth’s threes. The Dukies would go on to win 79-73 in another classic rivalry match on Tobacco Road. On a sadder note, Jimmer Fredette only managed to score 25 point in the BYU victory over Air Force, 2.6 points under his season average. On the pond in Beantown, the Montreal Canadians faced off against the Boston Bruins. After a 2-0 Boston lead in the first, the second period would spiral into a game in itself. 7 goals in a matter of 6:19 of (continued on next page)

iTunes Top 10 1. Firework Glee Cast 2. Silly Love Songs Glee Cast 3. The Time (Dirty Bit) The Black Eyed Peas 4. When I Get You Alone Glee Cast 5. Thriller/Heads Will Roll Glee Cast 6. Firework Katy Perry 7. I Do Colbie Caillat 8. Fat Bottomed Girls Glee Cast 9. Bills, Bills, Bills Glee Cast 10. P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Things) Glee Cast

Top 10 Songs From 5 Years Ago 1. Check On It Beyonce ft. Slim Thug 2. Your Beautiful James Blunt 3. Grillz Nelly ft. Paul Wall 4. Shake That Eminem ft. Nate Dogg 5. My Humps Black Eyed Peas 6. Dance, Dance Fall Out Boy 7. Photograph Nickelback 8. Stickwitu Pussycat Dolls 9. Im in Love Wit a Stripper T-Pain ft Mike Jones 10. Unwritten Natasha Bedingfield


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Oscars cont’d her, and he’s not winning this year. Best Supporting Actor Nominees: Christian Bale, John Hawkes, Jeremy Renner, Mark Ruffalo, Geoffrey Rush My Pick: Christian Bale Confidence: 100% I don’t understand it, Christian Bale is always fulfilling the role of the back up in movies, even in the Dark Knight! However, his powerful performance with Mark Wahlberg in the Fighter is one that’s impossible to ignore. Best Actress Nominees: Annette Bening, Nicole Kidman, Jennifer Lawrence, Natalie Portman, Michelle Williams My Pick: Natalie Portman Confidence: 100% Talk about stealing a show, Natalie Portman’s work is so obvious, making this creepy movie a surprising success. The others are simply not up to par at all. Best Actor Nominees: Javier Bardem, Jeff Bridges, Jesse Eisenberg, Colin Firth, James Franco My Pick: Colin Firth Confidence: 100% The man is ridiculous. I can’t describe how easy and natural he made a stutter sound throughout the movie. He single handedly lifts The King’s Speech into stardom. One phrase comes to mind, “That was easy.” Best Picture Nominees: 127 Hours, Black Swan, The Fighter, Inception, The Kids Are All Right, The King’s Speech, The Social Network, Toy Story 3, True Grit, Winter’s Bone My Pick: The King’s Speech Confidence: 99% Dark Horses: Inception 0.1%, The Social Network 0.9% I’ve successfully predicted the Best Picture winner since 2007 and I have some good reasoning why I chose the King’s Speech. Unfortunately, I have neither seen nor even heard of “The Kids Are All Right” or “Winter’s Bone,” but based on my research, they aren’t even in the true running. Toy Story 3, The Fighter, Black Swan, and 127 Hours all made this year in movies heartwarming, action packed, freaky as heck, and heroic. Unfortunately, they do not have enough in them to actually reach the top. True Grit was a beautifully put together movie, but when actually looking back on it, the plot was not memorable or noteworthy. It was simply well put together by the Coen Brothers. Inception was my leader since even before school started, for obvious reasons. Although compared to Avatar, this movie differs because it actually has an innovative plot. It didn’t come down to our level, we had to jump up and reach its level of storytelling. Although being my favorite movie this year, it will not win due to the Academy’s bias against blockbusters (e.g., The Original Star Wars, Raiders of the Lost Ark, E.T.; The Dark Knight didn’t even get a nomination). In my absolute honest opinion, The Hurt Locker was in fact a better movie than Avatar. Besides, James Cameron got the big bucks anyways. Finally this leaves The Social Network and The King’s Speech. “TSN” won best picture and overall dominated the Golden Globes, but as did Avatar last year. The majority of the pickers will be choosing The Social Network, but based on the past trends, the King’s Speech and the epic Colin Firth will win out in the end.

Friday, February 11, 2011 Volume 41, Issue 18

127 Hours Review Trevor Jin, ’12

Entertainment Writer

We’ve all been in a situation where we’ve long regretted our awful decisions in life. Sometimes you’re in a hard place. Unfortunately for Aron Ralston (James Franco), he was stuck between a rock and a hard place. The cocky yet outdoors savvy Ralston was traveling in one of his usual outdoor adventures without telling anyone of course. Suddenly, he falls into a 65 foot canyon with a rock trapping his arm. Ralston’s attempts at freedom and selfcontemplation work perfectly together in this film. Franco plays an Oscar caliber role as a man who has every kind of emotion left in him. He’s a one man band without the instruments. What would you think of when trapped, knowing that you have a bottle of water and an endless roll of regrets? We know what Aron regrets. The movie doesn’t go too fast, and not too slow at all, jumping from relatively optimistic mornings and depressing nights. Considering the situation he’s in, giving up would have been incredibly easy. The story describes an extra clumsy triumphant hero who conquers death. For mostly taking place at one spot, the movie’s ingenuity made it work sufficiently. The amputation scene may be too extreme for any sensitive viewers. It’s not horror movie gruesome, as the entire movie is also saddled by clever editing. It’s no longer than 2 minutes. However, the movie is by far one of the best of the year, a must see. Moral of the story: always leave a note.

Wild Wednesday cont’d play as goals back and forth made it impossible to sit down. Scoring wasn’t the only event in the period though, as a team fight erupted including all 12 players on the ice. Even goalies Tim Thomas and Carey Price faced off with Price laying a small blow sending Thomas to the ice. The second period ended with 8 total goals and 36 total penalty minutes. In the third period things got uglier. Two more entire team fights (not including the goals) were started, one resulting in a total of 14 players (7 Boston, 7 Montreal) sent to the penalty box for fighting or misconduct. The game would finally end with an 8-6 Boston victory, and a staggering total of 187 penalty minutes. Lastly a moment of silence for the Cleveland Cavaliers who have now set an NBA record for 26 straight loses and counting. With a 7 game homestead which will include a game against the winless on the road Wizards, maybe the Cavs have hope that they wake up from this horrendous nightmare.


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Top 8 Sporting Events Sam Sagartz, ’11 Content Editor

The Top 8 things that every sports fan should experience at some point in their life. 1. World Cup Finals – As the most popular sporting event in the world, this is a must-see for sports fans of any nation. 2. The Olympics – Regardless of the event, the overwhelming national pride and the atmosphere surrounding the best athletes in the world are what make the Olympics so special. 3. NCAA Basketball Championship (bonus if you see the Final Four games) – This game is the culmination of one of the best tournaments in sports and many of the players are playing their last collegiate games, making it much more meaningful. 4. Super Bowl – Although this is one of the more expensive events on the list, I’m sure most fans would certainly find it worth the money, assuming that they are allowed to watch the game from the seats they paid for, and that the Black Eyed Peas aren’t performing. 5. Stanley Cup Finals – Hockey isn’t nearly as popular as it should be in the United States, but this game would definitely excite any true fan of sports. 6. NCAA Football Championship – In spite of the controversy surrounding the BCS selection process, it is a treat to potentially see future NFL stars, and again, the fact that it is the last game for many players adds to the drama. 7. World Series – This one is tricky because unless you want to shell out tons of money, you’ll have to be picky when it comes to choosing the game you want. Buy tickets for a game late in the series and you could potentially not see a thing. Although you might not see the champions crowned at the game(s) you attend, the atmosphere surrounding the World Series is unforgettable. 8. Women’s…just kidding.

Aaron Rodgers, The New King of Green Bay David Taiclet, ’11 Layout Editor

The tides are turning in Green Bay. The former God of Green Bay sports is now being replaced. Green Bay is a town full of people known as over the top football enthusiasts. Lambeau Field is the only professional sports stadium that is owned by the fans, by the people of Green Bay, not the city. That alone should be a tip off that these people are die hard football fans. They see their players as demi-gods. Especially their former Quarterback, future Hall-of-Famer, Brett Favre. Everyone in Green Bay idolized Brett Favre. Brett was charismatic, funny, and also happened to be a great football player. As you can tell from the picture below,

Favre will always remain in the hearts of Green Bay fans. But times are changing up in Green Bay. A new crop of players have entered the franchise. Favre is out, Aaron Rodgers is in. Donald Driver, Favre’s favorite target, is still a Packer, but Greg Jennings is stepping up and becoming Rodgers’ favorite target. Charles Woodson, Clay Matthews, A.J. Hawk, and B.J. Raji lead one of the best, young defenses in the NFL. (continued on back page)


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NBA Teams Cont’d Houston Rockets The Houston Rockets originally called San Diego home. Rockets was chosen via a name-the-team contest and was a reference to the city’s theme, “A City In Motion.” Liquid-fuel Atlas rockets were also being manufactured in San Diego. When the team moved to Houston in 1971, it made sense to keep the name, as Houston was home to a NASA space center. Indiana Pacers The Pacers’ nickname was decided upon in 1967 by the team’s original investors, including attorney Richard Tinkham. The nickname is a reference to Indiana’s rich harness and auto racing history. Pacing describes one of the main gaits for harness racing, while pace cars are used for auto races, such as the Indianapolis 500. L.A. Clippers When the NBA’s Buffalo Braves moved to San Diego in 1978, the owners wanted to rebrand the team with a new nickname. They settled on Clippers, a popular type of ship during the 19th century. San Diego had been home to the Conquistadors and the Sails of the ABA during the 1970s. Donald Sterling bought the Clippers during the 1981-82 season and relocated them to his native Los Angeles in 1984. He lost all respect in San Diego but kept the Clippers name.

L.A. Lakers How many natural lakes are there in Los Angeles? The short answer: Less than 10,000. When a pair of investors relocated the Detroit Gems to Minneapolis before the 1947 season, they sought a name that would ring true with the team’s new home. Given that Minnesota is “The Land of 10,000 Lakes,” they settled on Lakers. When the Lakers moved to Los Angeles before the 1960 season, their nickname was retained. Memphis Grizzlies When Vancouver was awarded a franchise in 1994, the team’s owners had tentative plans to name the team the Mounties. The Royal Mounted Canadian Police and fans alike objected, so team officials resumed their search for a name. The local newspaper sponsored a name-theteam contest, which club officials monitored before choosing Grizzlies, an indigenous species to the area. When the team relocated to Memphis before the 2002-03 season, FedEx was prepared to offer the Grizzlies $120 million to rename the team the Express, but the NBA rejected the proposal. Miami Heat In October 1986, the owners of Miami’s expansion franchise selected Stephanie Freed’s Heat submission from more than 20,000 entries, which also included Sharks, Tornadoes, Beaches, and Barracudas. Really, Beaches? (continued on later issue)

Aaron Rodgers Cont’d This new group of Packers also brought home the Lombardi Trophy. They won the biggest game in all of sports. There was a record number of viewers for this year’s Super Bowl. And everyone saw the show that Aaron Rodgers put on. His stats were not as good as Drew Brees’ from last year, but this is mainly due to the fact that the Steelers’ defense is a million times better than the defense of the Indianapolis Colts. His receivers also did not help him very much. So it was not unexpected to see the Favre Barn (from page 7) with a new message painted on it’s walls, this one directed at #12, Aaron Rodgers.

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