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KriSTen MiTchell Lantern reporter Richard Ehrbar III is anything but a typical undergraduate student at Ohio State. He is a 29-year-old student, and when he isn’t in class, he’s on the campaign trail, preparing for his U.S. Congress run. The Libertarian candidate and third-year in strategic communication has never held a government position before, but has considered getting into politics for a while. “I decided officially that I was going to run back in July. It was something I’d thought about and strongly considered for the past couple of years. I decided that the time was now,” Ehrbar said. Ehrbar is running for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives for Ohio’s newly formed 3rd District, which encompasses OSU’s Columbus campus, Columbus State Community College, Franklin University and Capital University, as well as Clintonville, the East Side, Worthington and part of the Short North. Ehrbar submitted petitions to the Franklin County Board of Elections on Dec. 30, 2011, and was certified to run as the 2012 Libertarian Party candidate about a week later. There is no incumbent seat holder in the district and the field has yet to be narrowed down to a single candidate in the Republican and Democratic parties. One of Ehrbar’s opponents is Joyce Beatty, senior vice president for outreach and engagement at OSU, who recently said she is stepping down from her position to pursue the 3rd District seat. Mayor Michael Coleman, a Democrat, has

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richard ehrbar, a 3rd-year in strategic communication, is running for congress for the libertarian Party. already endorsed Beatty’s campaign. Coleman said Beatty is a “visionary leader at every stage of her career.” Ehrbar, from Huron, Ohio, graduated high school in 2001 and worked in the food industry to save enough money to continue his education at Bowling Green State University in 2006.

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“I grew up in a lower-middle class family. At the time there really wasn’t much money to go around to pay for college, so after I got done with high school, I went to work,” Ehrbar said. He described his path to OSU as a “blue collar, no collar kind of journey.” Ehrbar transferred to OSU in March 2010. “I always wanted to be a Buckeye,” he said. Ehrbar’s childhood friend, Ryan Terry, said Ehrbar hadn’t shown an interest in politics when he was younger but “had always been interested in what’s going on in the world.” While Ehrbar took this quarter off to focus on his campaign, he plans to continue classes during the coming Spring Quarter and Fall Semester. “I want to be visible on campus during the home stretch,” Ehrbar said. If Ehrbar wins the election, he plans to take more time off school. “I would want to focus, of course, on my responsibilities, maybe an online class. I’d be so focused on going back and forth between Washington and Columbus, rallying, organizing, facilitating, I don’t think I would have much time to be in the classroom,” he said. Should he be elected, after his term or subsequent terms end, Ehrbar said he plans to return to OSU to finish his bachelor’s degree and pursue a master’s degree. Robert Bridges, the political director for the Libertarian Party of Ohio, doesn’t work directly with Ehrbar and his campaign, but said he is excited to work with him in the coming months.

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Joseph Vincent Paterno, the former Penn State football coach and all-time wins leader of Division I football, died Sunday at the age of 85. Paterno died at the Mount Nittany Medical Center near University Park, Pa., surrounded by loved ones, according to the PSU athletics website. Paterno guided the Nittany Lions to two national championships and 409 wins before he was removed as coach in the wake of allegations that former PSU defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky molested multiple children. Paterno was diagnosed with lung cancer in November 2011, and though doctors were optimistic that he would make a full recovery, the former Nittany Lions coach re-entered the hospital on Jan. 13. He would never again leave the hospital alive. The Paterno family confirmed the coach’s death in a Sunday release, which said: “It is with great sadness that we announce that Joe Paterno passed away earlier (Sunday). His loss leaves a void in our lives

that will never be filled. He died as he lived. He fought hard until the end, stayed positive, thought only of others and constantly reminded everyone of how blessed his life had been. His ambitions were far-reaching, but he never believed he had to leave this Happy Valley to achieve them. He was a man devoted to his family, his university, his players and his community.” Paterno won his final game — a 10-7 victory against Illinois — on Oct. 29. That victory vaulted Paterno past Grambling State coach Eddie Robinson for the lead for most wins by a majorcollege football coach. Paterno’s final appearance in a bowl game came against new Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer in the 2011 Outback Bowl. Meyer’s Florida Gators defeated Paterno’s Nittany Lions, 37-24. In an exclusive interview with The Lantern, Meyer said he took time to appreciate the matchup against Paterno during their encounter in the bowl game. “It was just epic,” Meyer said. “I just caught myself during the game looking across the field thinking, ‘You know, this is Joe Paterno.’” Meyer also said Paterno’s

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Internet hacking savants under the name “Anonynous (Anon)” disabled multiple government and corporate websites including the Department of Justice, the FBI, Universal Music and more Thursday in retaliation to the FBI shutting down MegaUpload. com, a file sharing website accused of hosting pirated materials. “We Anonymous are launching our largest attack ever on government and music industry sites. Lulz,” Anonymous said in an online statement. “The FBI didn’t think they would get away with this did they? They should have expected us.” The Department of Justice filed a 72-page indictment against MegaUpload and it was taken down amidst the media-storm surrounding SOPA, a bill proposed that would allow the government to block access to sites of its choosing. The bill was not in effect Thursday but MegaUpload was still taken down by the Department of Justice and the FBI, stating the site and its owners had been “running an international organized criminal enterprise allegedly responsible for massive worldwide online piracy of numerous types of

copyrighted works … generating more than $175 million in criminal proceeds and causing more than half a billion dollars in harm to copyright owners.” Anon’s twitter feed, @YourAnonNews, was ablaze Friday when it was announced that both SOPA and PIPA bills have been pulled for revision, saying, “THIS IS VICTORY! SOPA is DEAD!” The congress members sponsoring the bill have not publicly listed Anon’s actions as a reason for reconsideration. Along with the list of sites Anon attacked, they also list information about Motion Picture Association of America CEO and former Sen. Christopher Dodd, Jr. (D-Conn.), his family, addresses and personal contact information. The MPAA defines what material can be considered pirated, and its site was one of those attacked in the retaliation. Anon has claimed responsibility for a multitude of digital retaliations and campaigns including attacks on PayPal and the Church of Scientology, claiming that acts of censorship had occurred and thus warranted their brand of punishment some media outlets refer to as “hacktivism.” Anon has been said to use a hacking method known as a denial-of-service attack, which in some cases involves making a site unusable by overwhelming its server with impossible requests.

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Brin Kerkhoff Lantern reporter For Ohio State students, torture isn’t a problem faced in daily life. But for a former CIA case officer, the question of torture defines him. Glenn Carle, a former case officer for the CIA, shared his stories of torture and interrogating when he visited the Mershon Center Thursday to discuss his book, “The Interrogator: An Education.” The book contains a real-life account of an interrogation he performed on a top al-Qaida member the CIA captured. Carle talked about his struggle with his order to do “whatever it takes to get him to talk.” This led into the topic of torture. “It’s definitely something that’s an ethical concern that we consider abstract,” said Norit Admasu, a second-year in psychology. “For us, torture is not a factor in life, but it makes it real to hear it from someone who it is a factor for.” Upon receiving his order, Carle questioned the idea and said, “We don’t do that.” The reply from his ranking officer was, “We do now.” Carle said he wanted the audience to view his story as a challenge to think about what they would do in such a situation. “I am convinced that if you were in my shoes, you would have reacted as I did,” he said, As part of his CIA training, Carle had been tortured and in turn, learned tactics to resist it if he were to be captured. Remembering what he went through, Carle told himself he wouldn’t do anything physical to his detainee. Carle provided a definition of torture as having to be lasting and severe in order for it to be effective, but said he didn’t agree with that definition. “Torture methods break you down but don’t induce you to cooperate,” he said. As Carle was not allowed to release the name

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of his detainee, he referred to him as Captus, which means “captive” in Latin. Upon his initial assessment of Captus, he felt that Captus was answering truthfully 90 percent of the time and didn’t know the answers the other 10 percent of the time. But according to the CIA, absence of response equaled guilt, and they told Carle to pressure Captus more. Not feeling that Carle had gotten them the information they wanted, the CIA sent Captus to “Hotel California,” which is the code name Carle gave the most intense interrogation center the CIA had. Carle explained the two types of interrogation methods used at “Hotel California” – standard and enhanced. Standard interrogation consisted of playing on the senses with dark rooms, loud music, starvation and humiliation. If standard interrogation failed, the next step was enhanced, which was more psychical. Carle made it clear that they didn’t do things like pull finger nails out. During this interrogation process at “Hotel California,” Carle questioned himself. “What had I become, what had my country become?” he said.

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Following Newt Gingrich’s victory in the South Carolina primary Saturday, the race for the Republican nomination for president could not be more dramatic if Gingrich, Mitt Romney, Ron Paul and Rick Santorum were replaced with the cast of “Jersey Shore.” Though many political commentators started this race with a clear notion of who would come away with the nod, Gingrich’s double-digit victory in South Carolina, despite a

strong lead for Romney in polls prior to the primary, leaves only one thing assured for this race: It will be long and it will only get more vicious. While many wrote Gingrich off following fourth-place finishes in New Hampshire and Iowa — which a vote recount proved to be a victory for Santorum — strong debate performances from the former Speaker of the House despite (or perhaps because of) allegations from his ex-wife that he asked her for an open marriage have thrust Gingrich back into the spotlight and proven him to be a strong opponent for Romney. And a Gingrich victory might be the best thing that could have happened for Republicans. Though the turbulent race for Republicans seemed to indicate all-around indecision on voters’ parts early on, a slew of drop-outs have whittled the crowded field down to just four notable candidates and has

After many interviews with Captus, Carle realized they had the wrong guy and knew he had to make it right. Carle sent telegraphs to his superiors back in the states requesting the release of Captus, only to find later that his telegraphs were never sent. Carle described his interrogation experience as one of the most critical moments of his career and a turning point. After Carle was sent home, he wrote his book, which goes into further detail about the interrogation. But the CIA was very unhappy with this and it took two years for them to approve his book. The CIA finally approved a version, one that littered the

seemingly channeled a majority of support to Gingrich and Romney. What started as a battle royale in which media attention was given to the one who screamed the loudest has finally begun to explore ideological differences within the party — liberals and moderates within the Republican party backing Romney, and the conservative wing going to Gingrich. Even as the race becomes more negative, now is the chance for the GOP to decide what kind of party it will be in the general election. Both Gingrich and Romney have potential to take the White House in November, the only question left is what kind of president the Republicans are prepared to vote for. But given the unpredictable nature of the race thus far, I might yet find some use for my “Snooki 4 Prez in 2012” bumper stickers.

pages with black-colored censor bars. To this day, the CIA has been “destroying my character,” Carle said. They call producers and publishers who wish to discuss my book and tell them that I am a liar, Carle said. “They have had good success in making me a non-entity,” Carle said. Carle is unemployed and continues to travel, talking about his book and exposing a side of the CIA the public rarely hears about. He said he is working on a second book. Carle said he heard Captus had been released in 2010, held a total of eight years.

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Keith Kennedy, second-year in engineering and vice president of sponsorship for Dollars 4 Change, said the organization was founded a few years ago to bring OSU students together to support causes that are important to them. “(The founders) just wanted to have OSU students be more helpful in their community and teach students how to be better leaders,” Kennedy said. Earlier in the year, Dollars 4 Change organized a panel discussion through the First Year Experience program for freshmen who were interested in learning about becoming a student leader on a large campus like Ohio State. The goal of Dollars 4 Change is to help students plan events to support causes that are important to them, Kennedy said. “(Students) come to us and we help them by giving them the connections that they need,” Kennedy said. “We’re the ones who figure out how to put together the event.” Last November, the organization hosted a dodgeball competition that raised around $500 for pancreatic cancer, a disease that Kennedy said is close to his heart. Kennedy’s grandpa and his friend’s dad died from pancreatic cancer. Though she said she wouldn’t call herself a gamer, Elaina Gonsoroski, a first-year in exploration and member of Dollars 4 Change, participated in the singles tournament. Gonsoroski, one of only a handful of female participants in the tournament, joined Dollars 4 Change to serve. “I went to the involvement fair at the beginning of the year and I wanted to do community service and (Dollars 4 Change) sounded like a good one,” Gonsoroski said. Gonsoroski’s grandma had epilepsy and she said the cause is close to her heart. When choosing which nonprofit organizations to support, Dollars 4 Change turns to its members. “If you join Dollars 4 Change, the first thing we ask you at every meeting is, ‘What causes do you fight for? What’s really close to your heart?’” Chandler said. “Whatever is close to your heart, that’s what we work for.”

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Amanda Pierce Lantern reporter Fingers flew as gamers gathered to compete for the Super Smash Bros. championship title, all in the name of epilepsy awareness. The tournament, sponsored by Dollars 4 Change, a student organization that supports Columbus-area nonprofits, drew close to 20 gaming enthusiasts to the RPAC Saturday to raise money for the Epilepsy Foundation of Central Ohio. Kris Chandler, a second-year in political science and history and vice president of public relations for Dollars 4 Change, said he knew a video game tournament would encourage people to come out and support the cause. “Everyone likes to play video games,” Chandler said. “Anyone can pick up a controller and be good at a video game.” Nostalgia might have also been an incentive to play, Chandler said. Super Smash Bros., the game of choice for the tournament, is a “classic,” Chandler said. “No one plays the (Nintendo 64) anymore.” The tournament is just one of many events that Dollars 4 Change hosts throughout the year to raise money for different nonprofit organizations in Central Ohio. While gamers were competing in one room, Dollars 4 Change also hosted a basketball tournament across the hall at the same time to raise money for prostate cancer. Though video game participant Ryan Gallagher, a third-year in chemical engineering, admitted that playing in the basketball tournament might have been better for his health, he was curious to meet his competition. “I just wanted to see if anyone was good,” Gallagher said, hardly able to take his eyes from the game. “And make a little money, too.” Participants paid $5 to play in singles and doubles tournaments for cash prizes. The tournament raised $60 for the Epilepsy Foundation of Central Ohio.


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ESPN commentators love for his family was an inspiration to him and his own loved ones. “I got a chance to meet (Paterno) eight or nine years ago, and we became great friends,” Meyer said. “We would go spend time together, and every chance I could, sit down and visit with him. I have great admiration for him (and) not just for football. He and his wife were best friends. They’re teammates. They’re soul mates, and (my wife) and I would often just stare at the two of them and see how close they were. “His commitment to family, to a university and, obviously, his players, is almost unequaled in this day in age. That’s why I admired him so much.” The PSU board of trustees announced Paterno would no longer coach the university’s football team on Nov. 9, just days after Pennsylvania Attorney General Linda Kelly charged Sandusky with 40 counts of child abuse. Meyer said his prayers remain with the victims of Sandusky’s alleged abuse, adding that Paterno’s legacy to college football wasn’t tarnished in his mind. “I think it’s very unfortunate because I know Joe Paterno — and once again, the first people you worry about are the victims,” Meyer said. “The second people you worry about are the people that I know that are extremely high character and would have nothing to do with that.” Sameer Gupta, a third-year in strategic communications, said Paterno should be remembered for his on-field accomplishments. “He’s known as the winningest coach in college football and just like over the past year people started to, I guess, see him in a different light because of all the scandals,” Gupta said. “But everyone needs to remember that, first things first, (Paterno) was a great football coach.” MORE ON OUR WEBSITE

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“He has such new ideas and is an out-of-thebox thinker,” Bridges said. “I can say for a fact that Richard has central Ohio on his mind.” David Parker, president of Young Americans for Liberty at OSU, said Ehrbar will be a “refreshing alternative” for voters. “Ehrbar is a true libertarian who strongly believes in our rights as individuals in society,” Parker said. “(He) will challenge the status quo and bring

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“We are Anonymous. We are Legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us,” Anonymous has said in multiple statements. As for Ohio State, online security has been beefed up since the server breach in 2010, which might have leaked identity information to about 760,000 students, staff and other affiliates. Details on the breach and security improvements are restricted, as “Ohio law protects security and infrastructure of computer systems from disclosure,” said university spokesman Jim Lynch. “We have to be right all the time and hackers only need to be right once. In our two most recent incidents, we had no evidence that any sensitive data was taken from the systems,” Lynch said in an email. “But, as a result, we are constantly examining our policies and procedures. We continually work to enhance our systems and practices.”

Under Paterno, the Nittany Lions posted an 8-13-0 overall record against OSU and a 2-10-0 mark at Ohio Stadium. Not included in these records is OSU’s 38-14 home win against PSU on Nov. 13, 2010. That game, which was vacated by OSU along with the rest of 2010 season for NCAA rules violations, was Paterno’s last visit to Ohio Stadium. Commentators speculated on ESPN Sunday morning that Paterno died of a broken heart, that he had nothing to live for after college football was taken from him. Bethany Diacou, a second-year in economics, agreed. “I definitely feel like his death was sped up by the whole Sandusky situation,” Dicaou said. “He may have lived to see another football season if this situation wouldn’t have occurred. Just all the added stress, and getting fired, being held accountable for Sandusky’s actions and whatnot. I think it definitely affected (Paterno).” Ryan Loy, the sports chief and acting football editor for PSU’s student newspaper, The Daily Collegian, said sadness is the pervading mood on campus despite Paterno’s relationship to the Sandusky scandal. “It would be like that no matter what for a death like this, but just the circumstances surrounding the last few months make it harder to take for people that are a supporter of Paterno through all of this,” Loy said. Loy also said the reaction to Paterno’s death is what he would have expected before Sandusky’s sexual abuse allegations came to light. “There might have been a few more extensive tributes to (Paterno), but it’s certainly more positive than what was being said a few months ago,” Loy said. “They’re giving him his respect. He was a football coach, but he never lost track that there were a lot more important things than football.” His wife, Sue; sons Scott, David and Jay; daughters Diana and Mary Kathryn; and 17 grandchildren survive Paterno. Ritika Shah contributed to this story.

economic and civil liberties together as they were intended by our founding fathers.” Ehrbar told The Lantern he wants to “bring our troops home,” and focus on restoring individual liberties and the economy if he wins the election. If he doesn’t win, Ehrbar said he has thought about pursuing something a little different. “After school I would really love to have my own Italian restaurant,” he said. But he plans to finish his time at OSU first. “I’m going to finish up my degrees,” Ehrbar said. “And keep being a poor, broke college student.” College Democrats and College Republicans could not be immediately reached for comment late Sunday night.

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When the snow starts to fall, the dangers of winter weather become a major concern for the OSU community, specifically the slippery sidewalks located off campus. Kyle Witham, a second-year in pre-nursing, remembered one night his freshmen year when slippery sidewalks covered in snow and ice added to a dangerous situation. He and his friends watched a drunk woman slip on a huge patch of ice and land on her face. “The combination of alcohol, high heels and uncleared sidewalks is not good,” Witham said. Many have questioned who is in charge of keeping the sidewalks cleared. Bob Mickley, property manager for Buckeye Real Estate, explained that “no one” is in charge of keeping the sidewalks snow- and ice-free. In the lease the company requires students living on their properties to sign, Buckeye Real Estate mentions that they are not required to remove snow and ice off of the sidewalks, and do not require those signing the lease to remove it. Attorneys representing Buckeye Real Estate discourage them from any form of sidewalk maintenance in order to keep the company out of any legal issues. “If you maintain the sidewalks, you are liable. If you don’t, nobody is liable,” Mickley said. Mickley explained that Buckeye Real Estate has never faced any legal issues regarding injuries which occurred on slick surfaces. He believes that pedestrians use more caution when the sidewalks aren’t cleared, and this helps keep them safer than

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With winter weather in full effect, many students worry about snow and ice removal around the campus area. carelessly walking on sidewalks that have been cleared off. “If sidewalks are maintained, people tend to develop a false sense of security that makes them feel safer,” Mickley said. Although real estate companies have legally withdrawn their right from clearing sidewalks, many students still have concerns regarding the slick surfaces. Witham said he believes someone should be responsible for keeping the sidewalks clean when winter weather strikes. “It’s dangerous that sidewalks won’t be cleared, since realtors don’t claim responsibility and college students don’t have the time to,” Witham said. “Someone should take initiative. (Real estate agencies) should be responsible.” Ivo Ivanoff, a third-year in German, said

he believes the sidewalks off campus are dangerous when covered by a slick surface, and that the snow and ice should be removed in some way. “It’s troubling and dangerous. You have to be careful,” Ivanoff said. “You would think someone would clean the sidewalks whether it was the residents, the real estate agency or the city.” The main reason for clearing sidewalks is to keep a safe environment for pedestrians walking during the winter. When the sidewalks remain covered in snow and ice, the chance of slipping and causing injury is much higher. “I’m surprised (no one clears the sidewalks),” Ivanoff said. “What happens when someone breaks something after slipping and falling? Someone has to pay the bill.”


studentvoice Stick to policies, poise

presidential candidates have quite a bit of money, considering running for president isn’t cheap. However, there seems to be a huge discrepancy in the likability of a person who personally worked for his fortune and a person who happened to be born into old money. Mitt Romney is rich due to generations of existing wealth — minus 20 AMUs; Rick Santorum’s father was a coal miner and worked for his family’s prosperity — five AMUs for you! However, I think we can all agree that the American Dream earns 100 AMUs — Americanness at its finest. Is it not the

American Dream to work hard to become prosperous? Is it not the American Dream to maintain prosperity for the benefit of future generations? Just because some of the candidates did not produce their family’s golden ticket to wealth does not make them any less hardworking than a factory worker in small-town Alabama. In fact, it takes just as much work to maintain wealth as to obtain it. Once the media analyzes the finances and deems the candidate at least somewhat “American,” the AMU flow chart then needs to stick either the prefix “pro-” or “anti-” in front of the confirmed nationality. Loosely, the term “pro-America” is given to those who support America and all its policies at almost any given time, and the designation is usually reserved for the people who still role play the American Revolution. On the other hand, “anti-America” is for those who hold any opposition or hostility of the current state of America, and it is usually a condition loosely diagnosed just as often as ADHD for 7-year-olds. In my mind, it is highly unproductive to be labeling any of the presidential candidates

“anti-America.” Yes, it is clear that most of these people do not like the government’s current operation, but isn’t that the very reason to involve yourself in the government? At the root of every politician’s policy (good or bad) are good intentions to fix a problem in the way they best see fit. Don’t get me wrong, I’m sure there really are anti-Americans trying to sabotage the country, but running for president seems to be the most pro-America thing to do. Plus 40 AMUs! Although a candidate’s AMU count seems to be the best measurement of presidential qualification, I feel we are looking at the wrong things. Achieving the American Dream should not be synonymous with a membership into the unrelatable 1 percent, and honestly, if anyone has yet to make a grandiose effort to leave this country in this current economic time, they are pretty pro-America. All in all, we should continue to observe our candidates’ poise, policies and production rather than question their love for flag pins and greasy cheeseburgers. SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS



Recently I had conversations with college graduates about how much they pay for their apartments now versus how much they paid while living in college housing. The main point that I took away from these discussions is that college students are getting ripped off when it comes to housing. Some of these recent grads pay a little less and some of them a little more than what I pay monthly right now. Yet most ALLI MURPHY of them seem to have more upscale housing than the typical college house. I’m talking granite countertops in the kitchen and bathroom, walk-in closets that I would consider giving an arm to have right now, reliable central air and new appliances including the ever-desired refrigerator with an ice and water dispenser which would replace that annoying Brita that doesn’t refill itself. My house has a couple sets of stairs where there is a random short step that will take my friends down if they’re not careful where they place their feet. My basement has four uneven walls with sporadic holes cut out of the bottom of them. My housemate’s room has a hole in the ceiling where water leaks in when it rains. The walls are paper-thin and I can hear when my neighbor coughs. A raccoon threw a party in my attic for a week and we just had to hope he would go away because there is no access to the attic from the inside of the house. I haven’t heard him prancing around up there in a while, but I’m not placing any bets that he’s actually gone. Despite all of these issues, my house is still pretty nice compared to many of Ohio State’s off-campus houses that I have seen. My house does have a tile floor in the kitchen, decent-sized rooms, a proportionate number of bathrooms, a dishwasher, central air and a washer and dryer. However, I know for certain that I’m paying less than some without these amenities. Perhaps location is one reason for these price differences. I live in a five-bedroom, four-bathroom duplex on South Campus and pay $175 a month less than a friend who lives on North Campus in a fourbedroom, two-bathroom house. My other friend living in downtown Denver pays about the same price as her. I don’t think this system of overcharging students for housing with sometimes laughable living conditions is going to change anytime soon. Students will pay these prices simply because these houses are their only options if they want to have a walkable commute to campus. My best suggestion is to get a good landlord. It will occasionally reduce the sting you feel when you pay that monthly rent if you know it’s going to someone who will take care of things when they’re broken.

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I’ve been told I wasn’t American if I didn’t enjoy every fattening morsel of a Big Mac, but it wasn’t until the 2012 election season began that I found out being rich and disagreeing with a few government actions was even less American. In an age that is all about political correctness, it is strange that we are even looking for the candidate that best represents the “real” America, and, above all, a metric unit of American-ness. Of course, the origination of what I’d like to call the AMU (American-ness Measurement Unit) came about in 2008, when Sarah Palin and John McCain proclaimed their belief that the “best of America” is in the small towns, the areas where people are the most “hardworking,” “patriotic” and “pro-America” in the nation. This notion still seems to be a relevant measurement of a presidential candidate’s ability to obtain votes, and thus creates the AMU flow chart of exactly two criteria to be considered really American: your money and your support of this country. At the top of the AMU flow chart is a candidate’s wealth and his method of obtaining of it. I think we can agree that the

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Former Penn State coach Joe Paterno before a football game against OSU, Nov. 13, 2010. OSU won, 38-14.

Paterno should be remembered for his coaching legacy, not for his mistakes LANTERN Columnist


Joe Paterno was the head coach of the Penn State football program for 46 seasons, during which Paterno won more Division I college football games than any other coach ever has. Paterno set that record on Oct. 29, 2011, with a 10-7 victory over Illinois. That was a moment to be celebrated, but at the time, the full significance of that game was not known. Not only was it a record-setting game; it was the last football game Paterno would ever coach. But prior to Penn State’s next football game on Nov. 12, Tom Bradley took over as interim head coach, replacing Paterno following the allegations that one of Paterno’s longtime assistant coaches, Jerry Sandusky, had sexually abused children. One of Paterno’s graduate assistants, Mike McQueary, had witnessed Sandusky sexually abusing a young boy and told the coach about Sandusky’s actions. Paterno took limited action in reporting this information, and left Penn State in the wake of the scandal. It initially appeared that Paterno had been fired by the Penn State Board of Trustees for his role in the Sandusky scandal. It eventually became clear that Paterno, whose contract was up at the end of the 2011 season, was suspended for four games with pay. His contract expired and his retirement clauses kicked


in, but the initial report that he had been fired after 46 seasons was very difficult to accept as a college football fan. Having coached for so long, I assumed Paterno would be able to step away from coaching on his own terms. Paterno made a mistake in his minimal reporting of the horrible crimes that Sandusky allegedly committed, but one should not question his passion and dedication for the game of football, and the Penn State football program he coached for so many years. For that reason, I had believed Paterno would die as the head coach of Penn State football, or coach until he was too ill to continue. It now appears that had it not been for one of the worst scandals in sports history, he soon would have died as their head coach or had to step down due to illness. On Nov. 18, less than three weeks after Paterno coached his last game, his son Scott revealed that his father had been diagnosed with lung cancer. On Sunday, Joe Paterno died at the age of 85. Since 1966, Joe Paterno had known no other life than being the head coach of Penn State football, and he had been a member of the school’s coaching staff since 1950. Joe Paterno was very ill over the past couple months, and chances are that his health was declining much more than outside observers could have known while he was still their head coach. That said, the loss of a true love has been hypothesized to hasten one’s death when they are already ill. Joe Paterno truly loved Penn State football, and losing the opportunity to coach his team might very well have contributed to his death less than three months later. Sadly, the Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse scandal is going to leave permanent damage on the end of Joe Paterno’s

career legacy, but the world of college football already misses and will continue to miss him. A winner of 409 games and two national championships, he was as successful as any coach in college football history. Joe Paterno’s name has been synonymous with Penn State football for so long, it is hard to think of the program without him. On Sept. 1, 2012, when Penn State plays its home opener at Beaver Stadium in State College, Pa., against Ohio University, Joe Paterno will be nowhere to be seen. The Nittany Lions’ new head coach, Bill O’Brien, must shoulder the massive burden of replacing a legend. Looking back at the past three months of Joe Paterno’s life is a vivid, exaggerated and all-too-real image of how quickly a person can fall from grace. In that time span, Joe Paterno became the all-time winningest coach in college football, a main subject in a scandal that has rocked the sports world and died. Life and legacy can change very quickly in this world, and Joe Paterno is a major example. Joe Paterno is now gone, but he will not be forgotten. While the sexual abuse scandal is far from over as Sandusky still faces trial, and Joe Paterno’s limited reporting of the crimes will affect his lasting legacy, he should always be remembered for his contributions to college football. On his way to becoming the all-time winningest coach in Division I football, he turned Penn State into one of the nation’s best college football programs. While the university might take some steps to distance themselves from Joe Paterno’s name in the continued aftermath of the Sandusky scandal, few coaches have ever made as great of an impact on a university as Joe Paterno did at Penn State.

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Immigrant issues explored in series on comic books AMBER EVANS Lantern reporter

Columbus Cartoonists: A Bicentennial Celebration Exhibit starting at 9 a.m. @ Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum Dirty, Sexy, Funny 6 p.m. @ Shadowbox Live The Lampshades 9 p.m. @ Skully’s


If a group of people were asked to describe the iconic superhero Superman in three words, “immigrant” would most likely not be one of them. But an English professor at Ohio State says Superman, and many other comic book characters, are products of immigration in the United States. As Republican presidential hopefuls battle each other in deciding who has the best strategy on immigration reform, the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum, in cooperation with the English Department at OSU, is bringing attention to the topic in their four-part series, “Immigration in Comics.” The series’ first segment was held Jan. 9, but the second part will be hosted from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Jan. 30 in the Mortar Board Centennial Suite (room 202) of the William Oxley Thompson Memorial Library. The session will feature “The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay” by Michael Chabon. “It is important to realize that this issue of immigration is not new,” said Jenny Robb, curator at the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum. “This is something that the United States has been dealing with for many, many decades since the 19th century.” The idea to create a forum on immigration through comic books came when Robb and Jared Gardner, an English professor at OSU who is leading the series, heard about OSU’s campus-wide discussion, “Conversation on Immigration.” “It struck me that there are a lot of comic books, or graphic novels as they are called now, that deal with the issue of immigration and would be very interesting to discuss,” Robb said. Advanced registration is required to attend the

Machine Head 6 p.m. @ Newport Music Hall “Weekend” 7 p.m. @ Wexner Center Film/ Video Theater

Flicks For Free featuring “Paranormal Activity 3” 6 p.m. @ Ohio Union US Bank Conference Theater Funny Men: An Inside Look into What Makes America Laugh 7 p.m. @ Ohio Union Performance Hall “The Invisible Eye” 7 p.m. @ Wexner Center Film/Video Theater

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Singer Etta James, known for hit songs like ‘At Last,’ died Jan. 20 due to leukemia complications.


It is with great sadness that we say farewell to most any figure in the public eye. A voice that will outlast generations has passed on. At age 73, Grammy-winning R&B singer Etta James died Friday due to leukemia complications, five days shy of her 74th birthday. James’ work and vocal persona have been an inspiration for generations of budding singers and musicians. Christina Aguilera, Adele and Beyoncé have all said James’ rich voice and emotional delivery influenced them. “At Last” might be James’ most recognizable song, but many of the songs in her repertoire carry the same vocal strength and presence. Imitation might be the best form of flattery, but there is a reason it’s called imitation. There are many covers of James singing “At Last,” but none is as good as the original. James’ singing career began before the age of 5 singing with her church choir and on the radio. James joined Chess

BIANCA BRIGGS Records, the same label as Muddy Waters and Chuck Berry, in 1960. The Chess label was one of the main sources of early rock ‘n’ roll and blues. In this time, other hits by James, such as, “All I Could Do Was Cry,” “I’d Rather Go Blind” and “Don’t Cry Baby” debuted. She was inducted into the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame in 1993. In 2008, “Cadillac Records,” a film based on the rise and fall of Chess Records was released, and Beyoncé took on the role of James in the height of her career.

“I feel like my generation needs to know where all this music is coming from. And it’s coming back,” Beyonce told Los Angeles Confidential. “People listen to Amy Winehouse, and even what I do … it all came from Etta James. She was the first black woman to cross over and be played on the radio. If it wasn’t for her, I wouldn’t even have a chance.” Some might believe James’ sound is dated, but her style and delivery remain classic and are seen today in contemporary music. Flo Rida sampled “Something’s Got a Hold On Me” in his single “Good Feeling,” which was released in August. Some might only remember her for “that one song,” but she is the one who brought that voice, that soul, to the ears of the world and it cannot be mimicked. Just like with a lot of movie remakes, we forget (or don’t even realize) there was an original, and we shouldn’t . Each cut has something unique to offer us, and James was a director’s cut.

11th season of ‘American Idol’ might have peaked despite judges’ magic Another year, another season … this is “American Idol.” The hit reality show kicked off its 11th season last week with the usual antics we have all come to know and love from aspiring musicians attempting to get their hands on a “golden ticket” to Hollywood. Ryan Seacrest led the cast through the same exact thing that we have seen since Day 1. There was a huge crowd of people, and we all wondered how some of the people get through to sing for the judges. I just wonder how much longer America will enjoy watching people make fools of themselves in front of some of the top musicians in the world. The highlight of the season, for me, is always the judges’ reactions. Although they don’t differ year to year, it is funny to see Randy Jackson’s “yo dawg” phrases and Steven Tyler’s ability to stick his foot in his mouth due to his fascination

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series due to limited spacing. The registration list for the first lecture was full. Where the first segment, “Immigration in Comics,” focused on the early 20th century migration of Japanese immigrants to the U.S., the second will be centered primarily on the role of first- and second-generation immigrants in the 1930s during the rise of the comic book industry. Featured in that category are Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, the creators of the DC Comics’ character, Superman. “Jerry Siegel and Joe Schuster were both Jewish kids from Cleveland who created Superman in high school. And Superman himself is an immigrant story,” Gardner said. “It’s the story of a young boy who gets sent from his home planet to the middle of America and takes on a new identity and lives always like all immigrants, like all Americans torn between two different identities.” Historically, cartoons and comic strips were used to promote racially charged stereotypes. In Gardner’s mind, when immigrants, or children of immigrants, use the form of comics to tell their experiences of immigration, they are able to rewrite their stories that were once exploited by using the same form of media that was used against them. “The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay” is the story of Joe Kavalier and his escape from the Nazi occupation of Europe during the rise of the comic book industry in the U.S. In the story, Kavalier and his cousin create their own Jewish-American Superman-esque comic book superhero. To register to attend the second reading and discussion of “Immigration in Comics” on Monday, email Nancy Courtney at, or call (614) 688-8771. Name, phone number and email address, if available, are required for registration.

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COLLIN HOWARD with long-legged, underage women. For example, the first week featured Tyler hitting on a 15-year-old girl in front of her father, former St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Joe Magrane. It was definitely a moment that made me cringe while sitting on the couch at home. I could just feel the awkwardness pouring from the screen. There was some impressive talent, as there always is, but

I don’t know if I can stomach another season. I admit I am one of those who usually tunes in to the auditions, and again when the season is down to its top four contestants or so. I appreciate the fact that they can discover hidden talent, but I feel as if it has become more of a publicity stunt than an actual competition. It seems as if most people associated with the show are more concerned with their fame rather than the actual contest. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Tyler has seen his career revived with a slew of new fans because of the “tween” audience that the show is targeted toward. I can’t blame him for taking the spot last season, it was a very smart career move that has paid off greatly. I hope the show can continue, but I think the show might have already hit its peak.

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Steven Tyler is a judge on the 11th season of ‘American Idol,’ airing at 8 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays on Fox.


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The work of James Thurber will be among the pieces exhibited in ‘Columbus Cartoonists: A Bicentennial Celebration,’ opening Jan. 23 at the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum in the Wexner Center.

200 years of local cartoons on display

With Columbus’ 200th birthday just around the corner, the Wexner Center’s Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum has plans to celebrate not only the city itself, but several cartoonists with Columbus connections. The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum’s “Columbus Cartoonists: A Bicentennial Celebration” exhibit opens to the public Monday. The exhibit will include original artwork and artifacts created by cartoonists such as Billy Ireland, Edwina Dumm, Dudley T. Fisher, James Thurber and others from the Columbus area. “In this bicentennial year, it is important to celebrate the achievements of people associated with the city,” said Lucy Caswell, Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum founding curator and professor emerita, in an email. “The cartoonists who are related to Columbus are a very remarkable group.”

The cartoonists on display at the exhibit come from all walks of life, but share common ground in their connections to Columbus. The exhibit’s goal is to showcase cartoonists who have “lived, worked or been educated in Columbus, Ohio,” according to the cartoon library website. For more than 35 years, Billy Ireland drew editorial cartoons for The Columbus Dispatch. He created a caricature of the city, Chris Columbus, who played the lead role in many of his drawings. Ireland was the mentor of many budding cartoonists in the Columbus area. Claire Bollinger, a first-year graduate student in environmental public health, wants to stop by the exhibit. “It’s on my radar of things I want to check out,” Bollinger said. Mitra Jouhari, a first-year in psychology, first went to the cartoon library with a friend studying graphic design. “For what it is, for what it has to offer, I think it’s a really great thing to have on campus,” Jouhari said. “I think the exhibit sounds really interesting and would be fun to check out.”


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Reality show no longer a ‘Shore’ thing MVP is dead. “Jersey Shore’s” popular bar-crashing, grenade-avoiding, gym-tan-laundry trio is done. Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino, Vinny Guadagnino and Pauly DelVecchio once roamed the streets of the Jersey shore without a care in the world as one of the most badass trios on TV. (MVP is the nickname for this group of guys, representing the first letter in each of their names.) These three, now separated by distance, will never be the same again. Vinny recently left the show because of stress-related issues. Shortly after returning from Italy where the fourth season was filmed, the group went straight into shooting the fifth and current season of the show. The families of the cast surprised them with a party, and Vinny felt homesick from that point on.


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Vinny Guadagnino departed the ‘Jersey Shore’ cast after being on the show for more than 4 seasons.

THOMAS BRADLEY Now, MVP is dead. The entire house has resented Mike for way too long. He isn’t the same, and they don’t bond together. In the latest episode, Pauly D and Mike were both celebrating a birthday, but there was little-to-no mention of it being Mike’s birthday. Pauly D’s family came down to celebrate

with the group, Mike’s did not. The girls in the house made a cake for the party. The cake did not have Mike’s name on it. Pauly D’s family took them out to dinner for their birthday, and, disgusted with the situation (pun intended), Mike left the table and found a couch in the restaurant to pass out on. Pauly D and his family played jokes on the passed-out housemate, and again Mike did not find it funny. I think it is safe to say the tears that were shed when Vinny went home would not have been there if Mike left. Instead, I can envision the house throwing a massive party upon Mike’s departure. If they weren’t getting paid millions of dollars to be friends with each other, I can guarantee there would be no chance any of them still talking to Mike.

BTN LiveBIG Finalists Jaime Drennan I am currently the philanthropy chair for the Chi Omega Sorority at Ohio State. Our national philanthropy is the Make-A-Wish Foundation, so this fall I planned an event that raised almost $15,000. We sent two little girls, Reagan and Nylasia, to Disney World with the money we raised.

Emilie Fetheroff This year, I am currently a local service co-chair for Rotaract Club. I search for volunteer events throughout the Columbus area so members of Rotaract can maintain the motto "Service Above Self." Participating in various events almost every week, I've greatly surpassed 10 hours of service in fall season alone.

Nicole Maher I am leading an alternative winter break trip to Boston to help at two food banks. In preparation, I have been attending trainings and meetings (for more than 15 hours) so that I can make this experience the best possible for our participants. I have previously gone to LA and Atlanta with Buck-I-Serv, and my experiences have been amazing. I love to serve, and it is a very important part of my life. I cannot wait for our trip this winter.

Kelsey Tschanen I lived Big this fall by working with a student organization called College Mentors for Kids. We mentor at risk-youth living in the Columbus area. We bring kids to the OSU campus and show them the importance of a college education and help them to realize their goals and potential.

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thelantern results Friday Women’s Swimming 144, Michigan State 98 Wrestling 21, Iowa 9 Ferris State 4, Men’s Ice Hockey 3 Women’s Ice Hockey 3, Minnesota State 1

Saturday Men’s Swimming 181, Harvard 118 Women’s Swimming 164.5, Michigan 132.5 Women’s Tennis 7, West Virginia 0 Women’s Gymnastics 195.9, George Washington 188.9 Oklahoma def. Men’s Gymnastics Women’s Ice Hockey 4, Minnesota State 2 Sychronized Swimming: Won OSU Tri-Meet Routine Competition Women’s Tennis 7, Dayton 0

OSU makes history at Hawkeyes’ expense

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OSU redshirt freshman Josh Demas grips Iowa redshirt sophomore Derek St. John during a 157-pound bout Friday, Jan. 20, at St. John Arena in Columbus, Ohio. Demas won his match against St. John, 7-3, and the No. 7-ranked Buckeyes upset No. 2-ranked Iowa, 21-9.

OSU wrestling wins first match against Iowa since 1966

Ferris State 3, Men’s Ice Hockey 3 (OSU lost shootout, 2-0)

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Men’s Basketball 79, Nebraska 45

The last time the Ohio State wrestling team beat Iowa in 1966, Woody Hayes was still the Buckeyes’ head football coach. Archie Griffin had yet to play a down for OSU, let alone win two Heisman Trophies. The United States was in the middle of the Vietnam War under President Lyndon B. Johnson. And everyone, including the

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Sunday Men’s Tennis 6, Mississippi State 1 Women’s basketball 96, Illinois 84 Men’s Volleyball 3, St. Francis PA 1 West Virginia def. Rifle


coaching staff, involved with the OSU wrestling team had yet to live in a world that saw their school win against Iowa. That all changed Friday night though, after the No. 7 Buckeyes toppled No. 2 Iowa, 21-9, at St. John Arena. Besides being the team’s first win over the Hawkeyes in 46 seasons, the win was also a look into the future of Buckeye wrestling. With seven freshmen or redshirt freshmen starters, OSU is arguably one of the youngest teams in not only the Big Ten, but in Division I wrestling.

Freshmen Johnni Dijulius, Hunter Stieber, Cam Tessari, Derek Garcia, Andrew Campolattano and redshirt freshmen Logan Stieber and Josh Demas won a combined 25 state championships in high school. Logan Stieber, Hunter Stieber, Tessari, Garcia and Campolattano are all four-time state champions. Out of those seven, six were able to defeat their Iowa counterpart, and those six victories accounted for all but one of the wins OSU scored against the Hawkeyes. Logan Stieber, Hunter Stieber and Garcia knocked off the No. 2-,

No. 3- and No. 6-ranked wrestlers, respectively, in their weight classes by a combined score of 17-7. Just two weeks ago, some were questioning if the youth of the Buckeyes was catching up to them after dropping their first two matches of the season on the road to ranked competition against No. 8 Nebraska and No. 4 Minnesota. Most of those sentiments, though, were put to rest against an Iowa squad that had yet to lose a Big Ten duel this year.

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Death of an icon Former Penn State football coach Joseph Vincent Paterno died Sunday at the age of 85. Paterno holds the Division I football record for most wins by a coach, with 409. (Below) Paterno gazes to the home sideline at Beaver Stadium in State College, Pa., before a game during PSU’s 2007 season.

Wednesday Men’s Basketball v. Penn State 6:30pm @ Columbus, Ohio

Thursday Women’s Basketball v. Indiana 8pm @ Bloomington, Ind.

Friday Men’s Swimming v. Penn State & Michigan 6pm @ Columbus, Ohio Men’s Volleyball v. Pacific 7pm @ Columbus, Ohio Women’s Gymnastics v. Pittsburgh 7pm @ Pittsburgh, Pa. Men’s Ice Hockey v. Lake Superior State 7:05pm @ Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Women’s Ice Hockey v. North Dakota 7:07pm @ Columbus, Ohio

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Still sliding: Men’s ice hockey struggles against Ferris State

Women’s Swimming: Shamrock Invite All Day @ South Bend, Ind.

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Women’s Track: Rod McCravy Memorial TBA @ Lexington, KY. Men’s Tennis: ITA Kickoff All Day @ Columbus, Ohio Pistol: Winter Open TBA @ Columbus, Ohio



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OSU sophomore forward Alex Szczechura looks down at the ice during a Jan. 20 game against Ferris State. OSU lost, 4-3.

Coming into its weekend series against Ferris State, the Ohio State men’s ice hockey team was struggling, and after two games against the No. 13-ranked Bulldogs, not much changed. The No. 5-ranked Buckeyes’ three-game losing streak ended Saturday night when OSU tied Ferris State, 3-3. Their winless streak, however, increased to six games following a 4-3 loss Friday night and the tie Saturday. OSU came into the weekend struggling on both ends of the ice. The Buckeyes gave up eight goals in two games to Michigan on Jan. 13 and Jan. 15, and only managed to score once against the Wolverines during those games. The Buckeyes’ offensive woes were somewhat corrected, scoring six goals in two games against the Bulldogs. The defense, however, continued to struggle, giving up seven goals total Friday and Saturday night. “We have to do some things well in front of our goaltenders,” said OSU coach Mark Osiecki of the defensive effort in Friday’s 4-3 loss. “We did not help on three of their four goals. It made it tough for (junior goalie Brady Hjelle).” Due to the poor play of the defense, OSU fell

behind early in both games. Trailing for most of the game is something the Buckeyes are getting accustomed to, as OSU has now gone 10 games without holding a first-period lead. OSU senior defenseman and co-captain, Sean Duddy, placed the blame of the slow starts on himself and fellow senior co-captain, forward Cory Schneider. “It starts at the top,” Duddy said of the early deficits. “Me and (Schneider) have to do a better job of getting guys going. We have to figure it out. We’ll talk and we will figure it out, I’m sure of that.” Ferris State got things started at the 7:02 mark in the first period on Saturday night. Senior defenseman Derek Graham tapped in the puck from the far post after receiving the puck from freshman defenseman Simon Denis. OSU answered with a tally from freshman forward Tanner Fritz. The freshman got the puck after Buckeye freshman forward Darik Angeli knocked it toward the net following a faceoff in Ferris State’s zone that was won by OSU senior forward Danny Dries. The Bulldogs took the lead again early in the third period following a scoreless middle stanza in which senior OSU goalie Cal Heeter made 12 saves. Ferris State junior forward Kyle Bonis scored from the slot

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2 BDRM Apartment @ 181 W. Norwich Ave. Great Location, C/Air, Free OSP (Carport). $870/Mo. Call 961-0056. 2 BDRM Apartment- 55 E. Norwich Ave. Spacious & Very Nice, C/Air, W/D, OSP, NO Pets. $910/Mo. Call 961-0056. 2 BDRM Apartments- 95 & 125 E. Norwich Ave. Great Locations, Large Bedrooms, C/Air, OSP, NO Pets. $830/Mo. Call 961-0056. 2 BDRM Apartments- 95 & 125 E. Norwich Ave. Great Locations with New Kitchens, DW, W/D, Big Bedrooms, C/Air, OSP, NO Pets. $990/Mo. Call 961-0056. 2 BDRM Townhouse- 100 Frambes Ave. Spacious Unit, DW, W/D, A/C, Free OSP. $1,020-$1050/Mo. Call 961-0056. 2 BDRM Townhouse183,185,193 W. Norwich Ave. Spacious Unit with W/D, C/Air, Free OSP (Carport). $1,010/Mo. Call 961-0056. 2 BDRM Townhouse187,189,191 W. Norwich Ave. Spacious Unit with DW, C/Air, Free OSP (Carport). $1,010/Mo. Call 961-0056. 2 BDRM Townhouses- 161 E. Norwich Ave. Great Location, Hardwood Floors, W/D, OSP, NO Pets. $975/Mo. Call 961-0056. 2 BEDROOM House - GATEWAY 129 Rear W. 10th Ave. Available fall 2012. Large rooms, washer / dryer. Wired for high-speed internet. $770/month. (740) 363-2158

228 EAST Northwood Ave. Nice House, Wood Floors, Front Porch. $1320/mo. Commercial One, 614-324-6717, 2585-2587 Indianola Ave. Completely Remodeled, Wood floors. $915/mo. Commercial One, 614-324-6717, 3 BDRM Double- 81-83 E. Norwich Ave. Great Location, New Kitchen & Bath, W/D, DW, NO Pets. $1,320/Mo. Call 961-0056. 3 BDRM Townhouse- 2147 Waldeck Ave. Spacious Unit, DW, W/D, Free OSP. $1,440/Mo. Call 961-0056.

# 1 4 Bedrooms AVAILABLE August 2012! Beautiful, remodeled Houses, Townhouses, Half-Doubles close to campus! Spacious bedrooms, cable/internet, full basements, FREE washers & dryers, FREE offstreet parking! E. 16th Avenue, Oakland Avenue, Lane Avenue and more! Call 614.354.8870

FOUR BEDROOM, 2 bath, 2 kitchen, house. This house is large, roomy and has been recently renovated. Great wood and wood laminate floors. Baths and kitchens have tile floors, granite counters, and new appliances. New windows and HVAC. W/D in the unit. Backyard, front porch and plenty of street parking in this north campus neighborhood. You can close off the doors and make it into two separate units. House on East Blake rents for $1700/month, lease starts 8/1/2012. Call 614-4576545. View pictures at

$2,400. 316 West 7th, 5 BR, Victorian Village, W/D. NorthSteppe Realty, 299-4110, $2,800. 314 East 19th, 5-6 BR, A/C, hardwood, W/D. NorthSteppe Realty, 299-4110, $3,000. 393 West 8th, 8-10 BR, natural woodwork, W/D. NorthSteppe Realty, 299-4110, $3,400+/MO - starting at $425 pp. Large 8-12 bedrooms, great locations, 58 E. 12th, 90 E. 12th, 185 E. Lane, 328 E. 17th and more, newly-remodeled, great locations, spacious living areas, many with 3+ bathrooms, hardwood floors, a/c, lower utilities, newer kitchens with d/w, w/d hook-up, offstreet parking. or 291-2600. $3,400. 153 East 12th, 8 BR, W/D, A/C, renovated. NorthSteppe Realty, 299-4110, $4,200. 1967 Summit, 8-9 BR, W/D, dishwasher, hardwood. NorthSteppe Realty, 299-4110, 2403-2405 East Ave. 5 bedroom 2 baths townhouse. Available NOW & FALL! North campus. Just North of Patterson. Completely remodeled with newer carpet & ceiling fans. Huge kitchen with DW and huge living room. Blinds, A/C & free WD, front and rear porch, free off street parking. See and compare living space and cost! Call 263-2665 26 E. Patterson Ave, Fall Rental, Large 5 bedroom house. Great Location. Newly remodeled kitchen and two baths. New hardwood floors/carpet throughout. Full basement. W/D. Front porch and off street parking. 740-548-7124, 614-563-8392. 5 BDRM Double- 2139 Summit (Between Lane & Norwich) Renovated, Very Spacious Unit w/ 3 Floors, 2 Full Baths, DW, W/D, C/Air & Free OSP (10 Spots). $2000/mo. Call 9610056. 5 BDRM House @ 127 W. Northwood. A Great location close to campus! Completely renovated with New appliances, new flooring & fixtures, 2 1/2 Bath, DW, WD, C/Air and Free OSP. $2675/mo Call 9610056. 5 BDRM Townhouse- 180 E. 12th, 2 full baths, C/Air, DW, W/D, OSP, NO Pets. $1,900/Mo. Call 961-0056. 5 BDRM Townhouse- 180 E. 12th, C/Air, W/D, DW, 2 Full Baths, OSP, NO Pets. $2,050/Mo. Call 961-0056. 5 BDRM Townhouse- 67 Chittenden, Newly Remodeled with 2 Full Baths, DW, C/Air, W/D, OSP, NO Pets. $2,200-$2,250/Mo. Call 961-0056. 5 BEDROOM Town house. 119 Chittenden. 3 levels. Huge 4th floor sun deck. Central A/C. Parking. $1500. Call Chad (614)887-9916. 5BD/2BATH, LARGE corner lot, off-street parking,large porch, free w/d. or 6 BDR 110 E. 16th, great location. D/W. W/D hook-ups. New Baths. 1/2 house. Lots of parking August 1, 2012. Call 614370-7978. 6 BDRM House- 55 W. Patterson, Hardwood Floors, 2 Full Baths, DW, W/D, OSP, NO Pets $2,625/Mo. Call 9610056. 6 BEDROOM HOUSE, 262 E. Lane, Very Spacious, 3 stories plus finished basement, attic loft, 3 kitchens, 2.5 baths, W/D hook-ups, DW, living room, dining room, hardwood floors, front porch, back patio, fenced back yard, 2 car garage. Sorry No Pets. $2190/mo. Call YIANNI at 614.296.1877 6 BEDROOM Unit - GATEWAY 129 W. 10th Ave. Available fall 2012. Large rooms, washer / dryer. Wired for high-speed internet. $2,460/mo (740) 363-2158

OSU NORTH- Neil Ave. Complete remodel. Available now and fall. 5 large bedrooms with closets (can accommodate 7). New kitchen- tile floor with eating area. 2 baths. All bedrooms have ceiling fans, hardwood floors, large closets. Gas furnace, water included, free W/D in basement. Free 5 car OSP. Central A/C. Call 571-5109. REALLY NICE 6 bedroom home north of campus. Granite counters,new appliances, and wood floors throughout. The kitchen has tile floors as do the 3 full bathrooms. There is a finished basement to use as a recreation room. Large deck in the back and a large yard. There is plenty of driveway and parking area. House is located conveniently on the bus line. View pictures of 3257 Indianola at Call 614-457-6545 for a tour. Lease starts 8/1/2012. VERY LARGE very lovely 5 and 6 bed 3 bath house. This unit has been recently renovated and is beautiful. It has wood floors, 10 foot ceilings. All fixtures, cabinets, bathrooms and kitchen are new. The kitchen has tile floors, granite counters and stainless appliances. The unit is beautiful and has very large bedrooms. It has new windows and HVAC units. W/D. Off street parking. You can view at Call to see this house at 2240-2242 North Fourth. Lease starts date of 8/1/2012. 614-457-6545

Furnished Rentals 1 BEDROOM Apartment, prime location at 16th & Indianola, dishwasher, big bedroom, free washer/dryer, offstreet parking. Beginning Fall 2012, call 761-9035 3 & 4 Bedroom Apartments, Excellent locations on E. Frambes, 1/2 block from High, big bedrooms, central air conditioning, free washer/dryer, offstreet parking, dishwasher. Beginning Fall 2012. Sign up early before they are gone, call 761-9035 4 BEDROOM Apartments, Prime locations on E. 17th and Frambes, 1/2 block from High, big bedrooms, free washer/dryer, dishwasher, offstreet parking, air conditioning. Beginning Fall 2012, call 761-9035 EXPERIENCED CLEANERS Wanted PT M-F Must have reliable transportation and be able to drive to various locations each day. Work is fast paced and detail oriented 8+/hr.

Furnished Efficiency/Studio 86 WEST Lane Ave. Furnished one bedroom efficiency. Refrigerator, microwave, community kitchen. No pets. $470 deposit. $470 rent. 614-306-0053. Available Fall Semester

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G.A.S. PROPERTIES NOW LEASING FOR FALL 2012. Reserve your apartment NOW! 1 Brm to 6 Brms throughout OSU Campus Visit us today at or stop by our office at 2425 N High St to pick up an updated property listing! For appointments and rental inquiries please call 614-263-2665 OSU AVAIL. NOW


SPECIAL $100 DEPOSIT 1 B.R. apts. stove, refrig., Gas heat, laundry Carpet and air cond. available NO PETS PLEASE $365 268-7232 OSU/GRANDVIEW KING Ave. 1 & 2 bdrm garden apts. AC, Gas heat and water, Laundry facilities, Off-street parking. 294-0083

OSU NORTH- Riverview Dr. Large living room, Kitchen with eating area, Bedroom with walk-in closet, new gas furnace, new windows, hardwood floors, water included, central A/C, laundry on site, free OSP. $600+/MO - starting at $350 Ideal for grad student. 3 min pp, 1-2 bedroom apartments, 290 E. Lane, 320 E. 17th, 331 walk to bus. Call 571-5109. E. 18th, 12th near High, Available for fall, newly-remodeled, hardwood floors, large bedrooms, low utilities, d/w, w/d hook-up, free off-street parking, a/c. AT UNIVERSITY Gardens. Beautiful 2 bedroom condos. or 291-2600. new W/D, stove, refrigerator 1 BDRM Apartments- 161 E. and dishwasher, free wi-fi. Sep- Norwich Ave. Great Location, arate laundry and spacious LR. Walk-In Closet, A/C, OSP, NO Quiet Complex. Best value in Pets. $500/Mo. OSU off-campus student and Call 961-0056. faculty housing. $520/month 1st month free. 1 BDRM Townhouse- 100 614-778-9875. Frambes Ave. Spacious Unit with Walk-In Closet, W/D, A/C, www.universitygardenscolumFree OSP. $540/Mo. Call 0056. 1404 INDIANOLA. Heat, A/C, stove, refrigerator, W/D in unit not coin-op. New carpet. 2 BD $450. Off-street parking,1 cat 3-8 Bedroom newly remodeled allowed. 614-560-1814. houses. Great locations in Central and North campus near 1523 BELMONT Ave. Updates, High Street. Many to choose Across from Hospital, $515 Infrom. cluding Gas, Electric. Commer614-989-1866. Ask for Danny. cial One, 614-324-6717, 1615 HIGHLAND Ave., Big 1bd, Parking, Heat Included! $515535/mo. Commercial One, 614324-6717, # 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 bed- 40/42 CHITTENDEN Ave. Free room beautiful HOUSES, Parking, Coin W/D, Near GateTOWNHOUSES, HALF-DOU- way. $515-545/mo. CommerBLES, and APARTMENTS cial One, 614-324-6717, close to campus. Neil Avenue, Lane Avenue, 16th Avenue AFFORDABLE 1 Bedrooms. and more! North Campus Visit our website at Rentals 614.354.8870 1st Place Realty 429-0960 1 BEDROOM Apartment, E 16TH between Summit and prime location at 16th & Indi- 4th, spacious 1 bedroom availanola, dishwasher, big bed- able for fall, remodeled, dishroom, free washer/dryer, off- washer, free washer and dryer, street parking. Beginning Fall OSP, covered front porch, 2012, call 761-9035 Steve @ 614-582-1618, view 1, 2, or 3 Bedrooms for Fall. online at $460.00Woodruff, 15th, or North Cam- /month pus. Off street parking, 296FOR RENT-1 Bdrm Efficiency 8353. $395-$415/Mo - On Bus Line 2 BEDROOM House Walk to Campus, Med Center 129 Rear W. 10th Ave. For Information: 614-501-4444 Available Fall 2012. Large rooms, washer / dryer, LARGE 1 bedroom apt. Hardwired for high-speed internet. wood floors, water paid, $770 / month $450/month, available immedi(740) 363-2158 ately. Michelle 614-348-7909. ONE BED, one bath, first floor 3 & 4 Bedroom Apartments, Ex- Apt, in nice north campus cellent locations on E. neighborhood. Front porch, Frambes, 1/2 block from High, backyard, and plenty of on big bedrooms, central air condi- street parking, with no permit. tioning, free washer/dryer, off- All wood floors and new winstreet parking, dishwasher. Be- dows. This lease begins ginning Fall 2012. Sign up 8/1/2012. Rent is $500.00 per early before they are gone, call month, please call 614-457761-9035 6545. 3 BEDROOMS- 69 E. 14th Ave. Available Fall 2012. Large rooms, newer furnaces & air conditioning, updated baths, kitchens, appliances, dishwashers. Off-street parking. Security “285 E 14th XLarge 2BR system available. $1080/month From $780 per month 740-363-2158, FREE GAS & WATER Central Air, Deluxe Appliances, 4 BEDROOM Apartments, Laundry Room, Video Security, Prime locations on E. 17th and Monitored Intrusion Alarms Frambes, 1/2 block from High, Available Fall big bedrooms, free wash- 614-310-3033 er/dryer, dishwasher, offstreet parking, air conditioning. Begin- # 1 2 Bedrooms AVAILABLE ning Fall 2012 call 761-9035 August 2012! Beautiful, remod6 BEDROOM Unit eled Townhouses and Apart129 W. 10th Ave. ments close to campus! Available Fall 2012 Large bedrooms, ceiling fans, Large Rooms, washer / dryer, A/C, cable/internet, FREE wired for high-speed internet. washers & dryers, FREE off$2460/month street parking! Neil Avenue, (740) 363-2158 Lane Avenue and more! Call 614.354.8870 60 BROADMEADOWS BLVD #1 KING and Neil. 2 BR, AC, LDY, parking. Available August. Phone Steve 614-2083111. RENTS LOWERED #1 NEAR Lane and Neil. 2 BR, AC, LDY, parking. Available Au• 1, 2 & 3 Bedrooms gust. Phone Steve 614-208• 2 Full Baths In 2 & 3 Bed3111. rooms • Intercom Ctrl Lobby $600/MO - 2 Bd. 2480 Deming • Garage Available Ave - Off Street Parking, AC, • Elevator Hardwood floors - $300 1st • Window Treatments INCL Month if signed by EOM & 1yr lease. FROM $420.00 Call Patrick - 614-557-0420 80 BROADMEADOWS 1106 MICHIGAN. Renovated TOWNHOMES 1/2 Double, hardwood, available NOW! $850/month. ComFROM $505.00 mercial One, (614) 324-6717 885-9840

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2 BEDROOM HOUSE 129 Rear W. 10th Ave Available fall 2012 Large Rooms, washer/dryer, wired for high-speed internet $770 / month (740) 363-2158 357 E. 14th Ave. 2 bedroom, large kitchen w/eating area, large bath, living room, stove/refridgerator, AC, laundry facility available, $470/month, $470 deposit. NO PETS. Available Fall and summer. Call 614306-0053 AFFORDABLE 2 Bedrooms. Visit our website at 1st Place Realty 429-0960 AV. FALL semester 2012. 83 E. 11th, great location near the Gateway. Delux townhouse with 1.5 baths, washer/dryer, parking, AC, new kitchen, carpet, lots of storage, all amenities. $730 a month, deposit - lease - no pets utilities separate 614-395-4891. AV. FALL semester- 2012- 171 E. 12th, great location. Deluxe 2 bedroom townhouse, large rooms, parking, AC, new kitchen, finished basement, separate utility room with washer/dryer. Lease, no pets, utilities separate. $980 a month. Deposit. Call 614-3954891. E 16TH between Summit and 4th, 2nd Floor. Remodeled, spacious 2 bedroom available for fall. Tile floors in kitchen and bath, dishwasher, free washer and dryer, lighted OSP, $780/month. Steve @614-5821618, view online at TWO BED, one bath house, in North Campus. This house has all wood floors, front porch, small wrap around deck, and plenty of on street parking with no permit. It has central air and a W/D unit in the house. Granite counters and tile floors in the kitchen. $825.00 per month. Lease starts 8/1/2012. Call 614-457-6545 to see 320 Oakland.

Unfurnished 3 Bedroom #1 LOCATION, 13th-Avenue, 3BR/2BA, huge Bedrooms, A/C, all appliances, off-street parking, $400pp, #1 NW Corner. Patterson & High. 3 BR, LDY, available August, $950/month. Phone Steve 614-208-3111. #1 WWW.VARSITYREALTY.COM $1200/MONTH, 3 bedroom town home, excellent northwest campus location on Neil Avenue, new high efficiency furnace and central air, low utilities, FREE washer/dryer in unit, dishwasher, hardwood floors, ceiling fans in all bedrooms. Call Brandon at 614374-5769 to schedule an appt. $975/MO. SOUTH Campus Gateway Area. 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath double, all hardwood floors, beautiful oak woodwork, free washer and dryer, very spacious, updated kitchen, renovated front and covered rear sitting porch, fenced in back yard, off street parking, Call Steve at 291-8207. 12TH/NEAR HIGH, Available for fall, newly-remodeled, hardwood floors, safe and convenient, large bedrooms, low utilities, d/w, w/d, free off-street parking, a/c, starting at $275 pp. or 291-2600. 3BDRM APARTMENT-241 East Oakland, Rooftop Deck, Fenced Yard, PET OK, $900/mo. (614)205-1512.

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3 BEDROOM APT. 69 E. 14th Ave. Available Fall 2012 Large rooms, newer furnaces and air conditioning, up-dated baths & kitchens, appliances, dishwashers. off-street parking. Security system available. $1080/month. (740) 363-2158, 39 WEST 10 Ave. 2 bath townhouse, Updated, Hardwood Floors, A/C, includes W/D, Parking. $1200/mo. Commercial One, 614-324-6717, 406 W King & Hunter 3 Bedroom flat available for fall in a quiet Victorian Village area close to Medical School. Remodeled & spacious with huge kitchen, A/C, newer carpet, porch, yard, blinds,laundry next door & off street parking. Call 263-2665 51/53 E. Patterson. 3 bdrm half double. Available for fall. Remodeled kitchen & bath. New furnace. New appliances. Hardwood floors, new windows. Front porch and yard. Full basement, W/D hookups. 740-5487124. 614-563-8392. 52 WEST Maynard. Double with wood floors, great location, New Bath. $960/mo. Commercial One, 614-324-6717, 69 E. 14th Ave. 3 bedrooms: Available for Fall 2012. Large rooms, newer furnaces and air conditioning. Updated baths, kitchens, appliances, dishwashers Off Street Parking. Security system available. $1080/month (740) 363-2158. 70 W. Blake Ave. OSU Area. 1/2 double, 3 BR Hi-efficiency gas furnace, central air, W/D and dishwasher, hardwood floors, area rugs included, offst. parking. No pets. $900/mo. 1yr. lease. Day: 221-6327 Evening: 261-0853 96-98 West 9th-3 Bedroom ½ double townhouse, available fall. Modern & spacious with dining room, basement with FREE W/D, AC, D/W, blinds, front porch & yard. Call 263-2665 AFFORDABLE 3 Bedrooms. Visit our website at 1st Place Realty 429-0960 AV. FALL semester- 2012- 171 E. 12th, great location, deluxe 3 bedroom townhouse, large rooms, parking, AC, new kitchen, finished basement and separate utility room with washer/dryer. Lease, no pets, utilities separate. $980 a month, deposit. 614-395-4891 PATTERSON AVE-North Campus. Large 3 Bedroom townhouse (over 1,300 sq.ft. plus full Basement) recently updated and NICE! 28’ LR/DR, huge newer Kitchen with Refrigerator, Range with self-cleaning oven, Microwave, Dishwasher, recessed spotlights on dimmers and more! Newer full Bath! Full Basement with Washer/Dryer included! New high-efficiency furnace, A/C, super insulated walls & newer insulated glass windows = lower utility bills! Great tree shaded backyard, and big front porch! Great area, nice neighbors! Possibly the nicest place in North Campus! $1,200/month ($400 per person). No pets. Available Fall 2012. Call 614-410-1826. John Kost RE/MAX Premier Choice. WEST 10TH @ Hunter-1 block to Gateway, 1 block to OSU Hospitals! Large 3 Bedroom townhouse (1,300 sq.ft. plus Basement), extensively redone! 28’ LR/DR with new carpet or oak floors, spacious deluxe Kitchen with Refrigerator, Range with self-cleaning oven, Microwave, Dishwasher, recessed spotlights on dimmers and more! Upstairs are 3 Bedrooms with ceiling fans and all wired for cable/internet/phone. Nice new full Bath! Full usable basement with Washer/Dryer included! New high-efficiency gas furnace, new A-C, new insulated glass windows w/miniblinds = lower utility bills! Great front porch! Possibly the nicest place in the campus area! $1,350/month ($450 per person). No pets. Available Fall 2012. Call 614-410-1826. John Kost RE/MAX Premier Choice. See pics & floor plan at

#1 OPTION for 4 bedroom homes for Fall 2012! Visit for more info! Addresses include 136 E 11, 2140 Waldeck and more! $1,600+/MO - starting at $400 pp, 4 BR homes/apartments/townhouses, great locations, 291 E. 14th, 192 E. 12th,1635 Summit/12th, 50 Euclid/High, 1550 Hunter and more, newlyremodeled, spacious living areas, hardwood floors, newer kitchens with d/w, w/d hook-up, a/c, lower utilities, off-street parking. or 291-2600. 200 E. 15th Ave. 4 large Bedroom Apartment, 1 bath, carpet. Rent $1460/month. 614759-9952 or 614-935-7165. 209 E. 13th Ave. Large 4 bdrm townhouse with carpeting throughout, kitchen appliances, W/D hookups. Parking, 1 year lease. $1524/month. Available Aug. 15th, 2012. 614-565-0424

2157 TULLER. Party porch, wood floors, finished attic, Near Lane/High. $1,720/mo. Commercial One, 614-324-6717, 2390 NEIL & Maynard-4 Bedroom house available for fall. Great location, spacious with beautiful woodwork, hardwood floor, living room, newer carpet, blinds, DW plus free W/D in basement, front porch.Call 2632665

3-8 Bedroom newly remodeled houses. Great locations in Central and North campus near High Street. Many to choose from. 614-989-1866. Ask for Danny.

4 BDRM Apartment- 67 Chittenden, New Carpet, 2 Full Bath, C/Air, DW, W/D, OSP, NO Pets. $1,720/Mo. Call 961-0056.

4 BDRM Apartment- 111 E. Norwich Spacious Apartment with C/Air, DW, W/D, OSP. $1,610-$1,650/Mo. Call 9610056.

Unfurnished 5+ Bedroom # 1 5 - 6 Bedrooms AVAILABLE August 2012! Beautiful, remodeled Houses, Townhouses, Half-Doubles close to campus! New kitchens, spacious bedrooms, cable/internet, FREE washers & dryers, FREE off-street parking! E. 16th Avenue, Northwood Avenue, Lane Avenue and more! Call 614.354.8870 #1 6 Bedroom House. Nice. Ideal Central/NE Location, 2 blocks from campus, 2 full baths. Updated kitchen. W/D, A/C, Security System, ample off-street parking. 464-6815 #1 AWESOME! 306 E. 16th Duplex, 5 bedroom/2 bath, newer kitchen & baths, DW, free washer/dryer, blinds, basement, porch, new windows & furnace, hardwood floors, off street parking. Well maintained. Available August, $1,850. 891-1835 #1 LARGE houses, great for big Groups, Associations, Fraternities or Sororities starting at $425 pp. Awesome locations, great for social events, 1978 Iuka, 90 E 12th, 240 E 15th, and more, newly-remodeled, spacious living areas/large bedrooms, many with 4+ bathrooms, hardwood floors, a/c, lower utilities, newer kitchens with d/w, w/d hook-up, offstreet parking, or 291-2600. #1 LOCATIONS, we have 5-8 bedroom houses available for fall, 66 East Northwood, 103 West Norwich, 34 West Oakland and many more visit

#1 OPTION for large houses for groups of 5-9! 4 BDRM Apartment- 180 E. 12th, C/Air, DW, OSP, NO Check out 226 E 16th, 202 E Pets. $1,480/Mo. Call 961- Frambes and more! 0056. #1 4 BDRM Double- 131 E. Nor- WWW.VARSITYREALTY.COM wich. DW, W/D, Large Porch, #1BEST BEST BEST OSP, NO Pets. $1,960-$2,020- $1,600 for Fall /Mo. 59 W. Patterson Call 961-0056. Location, price, extras. See OSU colors. 4 floors include attic and 4 BDRM Double- 2139 Summit finished basement. (Between Lane & Norwich) Offers privacy for everyone. Renovated, Very Spacious Unit Insulated windows, new w/ 3 Floors, 2 Full Bath, Rec- efficent heating and AC. Room, DW, W/D, C/Air & Free New kitchen, 2 baths. OSP (10 Spots). $2000/mo. Off street parking + yard. Call 961-0056. Available mid August. Cell (941) 323-0152 or 4 BDRM townhouse. 119 Chit- (941) 388-1779 tenden Ave. half block from $1,900+/MO - starting at $425 Gateway. Two full baths, pp. Large 5-6 bedrooms, great off-street parking, A/C, locations, 92/94 Frambes, 286 $1200/month. Call Chad E. 16th, 52 Euclid/High, 1633 (614)887-9916. Summit/12th, and more, newly4 BEDROOM apartments. remodeled, spacious living arClose to campus. Off-street eas, hardwood floors, newer parking, living room, dining kitchens with d/w, w/d hook-up, room, kitchen, 2 baths. Call a/c, lower utilities, off-street Bob 614-284-1115 and 614- parking. 792-2646 or 291-2600. $1800/MONTH, 5 bedroom sin4 BEDROOM house, 422 E. gle house, excellent northeast 15th Avenue $1400 and 4 bed- campus location on E. Patterroom 1/2 double 1703-05 North son, recently renovated, new 4th Street $1400. Available Fall furnace and A/C, security sys2012, call 804-3165. tem, low utilities, 2 full baths, Pictures are at basement, carpet, FREE er/dryer in unit, dishwasher. 61 E Patterson, REALLY NICE Ohio State Property Manage4 bedroom house for fall. Large ment, 614-374-5769 rooms, 2 bath house. Com- $1800/MONTH, 6 bedroom half pletely remodeled throughout. double house, 2111 Indiana New Appliances, first floor laun- and Lane Ave. (between Indidry, walk-in closets, carpet, anola and Summit), excellent rear parking, new furnace, front northeast campus location, reporch and yard, security light. cently renovated, beautiful 740-548-7124, 614-563-8392 quiet street, front covered porch, hardwood floors, FREE 84/86 EUCLID Avenue - washer/dryer, new furnace and $1400/mo. south Campus Gate- A/C, security system, dishway Area. 4 bedroom, 2 bath, washer, privacy fence in backbrick double. Hardwood floors, yard! Ohio State Property Manbeautiful fireplaces, spacious, agement, 614-374-5769 free washer and dryer, full $1900. 252 King, updated basement, air conditioned, new kitchen/bath, W/D. Northfurnace and appliances, Steppe Realty, 299-4110, garage and security system available. Call Steve at 2918207. www.euclidproperties.- $2,000. 328-330 East 19th, 5 BR, W/D, dishwasher, spacom cious, NorthSteppe Realty. 299AFFORDABLE 4 Bedrooms. 4110. Visit our website at $2,200. 102 Pacemont, 5 BR, Clintonville, dishwasher, A/C. 1st Place Realty 429-0960 NorthSteppe Realty, 299-4110, FOUR BEDROOM, 1.5 bath house. Large, roomy and re- $2,250 1849 N. 4th, 5-6 BR, cently renovated. Great wood huge, W/D, A/C, NorthSteppe floors in living areas. Baths and Realty, 299-4110, kitchen have tile floors, kitchen has all new cabinets fixture and $2,400+/MO starting at $400 appliances. New windows and HVAC. There is a coin-op W/D pp. Large 6-7 bedrooms, great locations, 21 Maynard, 237 E. in the unit. It has a back deck, a front porch and plenty of 11th, 286 E. 16th, 1656 Summit, 2312 N. High,186 E. Northstreet parking in this nice north campus neighborhood. House wood, and more, newly-remodeled, spacious living areas, on Findley rents for $1600/month, lease starts many with 3+ bathrooms, hardwood fl oors, newer kitchens 8/1/2012. Call 614-457-6545. with d/w, w/d hook-up, a/c, QUALITY 4 Bedroom Homes, lower utilities, off-street parking. for details/many pics! 783-6625 or 291-2600. or $2,400. 1700 N 4th, 6-7 BR, #1 LOCATION, 103 West Nor- to schedule a showing. dishwasher, W/D, hardwood. wich, awesome house too NorthSteppe Realty, 299-4110, many amenities to list,$500pp, SAFE-PRIME Indianola loca- tion, off-street parking, large http://www.veniceprops.front porch, large bath, newer $2,400. 2500 Indianola, 5-6 com/103wnorwich.cfm appliances and more. www.- BR, 3 baths, hardwood. or Steppe #1 Realty, 299-4110, WWW.VARSITYREALTY.COM

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6 BEDROOM UNIT 129 W. 10th Ave Available Fall 2012 Large Rooms, washer/dryer, wired for high-speed internet $2460 / month (740) 363-2158 65 WEST Maynard near Neil 5Bedroom+2 full baths townhouse available for fall. North Campus. Very spacious & modern with huge living room, newer carpet, D/W, FREE W/D in basement, AC, blinds, front porch. Call 263-2665 7 BDRM--2065 Summit (between 19th and Lane). $3,150. 3788271. 8 BDRM House- 57 E. 17th Great Location, New Renovations, Hardwood Floor, 3 Full bathes, Large Porch & Deck, Large Bedrooms, DW, W/D, Free OSP $4,200/mo. Call 961-0056. AFFORDABLE 5 Bedrooms. Visit our website at 1st Place Realty 429-0960 QUALITY 5 Bedroom Homes, for details/many pics! 783-6625 or to schedule a showing.

Help Wanted General

LABORATORY TECHNICIAN GFS Chemicals has an opening for a Part-time Laboratory Technician. This position is located at 800 Kaderly Drive on the west side of Columbus. Work hours are generally weekday mornings. Must be safety conscience, detail oriented, able to work independently and show aptitude for performing some measurements and basic lab functions. Duties will include some production functions such as filling, labeling packaging. Qualified applicants must pass a pre-employment physical, drug-screen, and background check. Apply in person and/or send your resume and salary expectations to: GFS Chemicals, 800 Kaderly Dr. Columbus Ohio 43228; or e-mail: Visit our website to learn more about GFS Chemicals:

SALES ASSOCIATE Sherwin-Williams, a leader in the paint and coatings industry, has an opening at our DublinMuirfield store for a (part-time) Sales Associate. In this position, you will assist customers, stock and price products, maintain store displays and tint and mix paint. (Position requires between 2030 hours per week.) Here’s what you get: Competitive salary, vacation pay, growth opportunities, company-paid pension (minimum hours required to be eligible), company-paid training, & employee discounts. 1516 NEIL Ave. Grad Building, Here’s what you need: High 1 block to Med School, gas/ school diploma or equivalent; ability to work all scheduled electric, wireless internet included, quiet, best location hours; valid driver’s license; appropriate vehicle insurance. Call 885-3588.


AVAILABLE NOW 14th Ave. Kitchen, laundry, parking, average $280/mo. Paid utilities, 296-8353 or 299-4521.

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ULTIMATE PART-TIME JOB $12 to $18 per hour. We are seeking: Talented Talkers, Positive attitudes, Reliable, Trustworthy, Hard working, and Success Minded. We are offering: Solid base pay, Bonuses & incentives, Rapid growth potential, Management opportunity, Flexible hours and Fun atmosphere. Larmco Windows 800.343.2452 Ask For Gary.

###! PART-Time Call Center Position, 5 Minutes from campus along #2 bus line. Part time afternoons & evenings. Call 614-495-1407, Contact Helen. ##BARTENDERING! UP To $300/ Day. No Experience Necessary. Training available. 800965-6520 ext 124. ATTN PART Time Work. Immediate openings. Customer Sales/service. Great Starting pay. Flexible schedules, credit possible. Conditions apply. Call now! 614-417-1532. Or online @ BEACH LIFEGUARDS! Shore Beach Service in Hilton Head, SC is hiring lifeguards. Start anytime from MarchJune. CHILD CARE Staff needed FT/PT Mon-Fri, no nights or weekends. Apply Arlington Childrens Center, 1033 Old Henderson Rd. 451-5400 for info/directions. CLEANING POSITION- Residential, Supervisor positions also available, must be detail oriented, and reliable. Must have car, license and car ins. $10-12/hr, gas reimbursement. Background check. Call 614527-1730 leave msg or email COLUMBUS CREW Stadium is currently seeking seasonal, part-time Event Staff workers for their upcoming 2012 season. Please visit for all job descriptions and availability. CREATIVE STUDENTS needed to create a large blowup poster of an individual to be displayed during free throws at an Ohio State Basketball home game. Compensation commensurates with effort. Call (614) 471-2900 ext. 277 ENGLISH MAJORS: Educational toy company looking for writers and editors. Work from home. Flexible hours. Paid per piece. 877-HOYS-TOYS ENTERTAINER/TEACHER. GYMBOREE Play and Music seeks energetic, enthusiastic people for part-time work. Must be able to sing unaccompanied and lead interactive parent/child play or music/art classes for newborns to 5 year olds. We are looking for people with some teaching background or those majoring in ECE or Theatre are preferred. Will train. MUST BE RELIABLE. If interested, send your resume or qualifications in a Microsoft Word or PDF file to To learn more about GPM go to FEMALE MODELS Wanted for Body Painting/Photography practice sessions. No experience required, but helpful. $2550/hr cash. Contact JUMP START YOUR SALES CAREER Due to continued growth, GFS Chemicals, a stable, leading manufacturer of fine specialty chemicals for over 80 years, is looking for energetic outgoing individuals to join our growing Customer Service/Inside Sales team. Must be able and willing to make outbound calls to service existing accounts as well as focus on business development. Successful candidates must be willing and able to make outbound business to business sales calls, detail oriented, excel in customer service, organized, motivated and enjoy a fast paced environment. A chemical background would be helpful but not required. Please visit our web site: Please send responses to: or Fax to: 614-225-1173 or Mail to: 800 Kaderly Ave, Columbus, 43222. No agencies or phone calls. Drug-Free workplace. E/O/E LOOKING FOR artists to draw simple black and white images, complex images, simple illustrations, and original drawing creations. Work from home. Flexible hours. Paid per image. 877HOYS-TOYS NEED EXTRA Money? Delve, a local Marketing research company is looking for people 1849 who are interested in getting paid for their time and opinions. If interested, please give us a call at 614-436-2025. Ask for Wayne. SMALL COMPANY over 50 years in business needs F/T or P/T worker. We will work around your schedule. We do gutters, siding, roofing & light repair work. Nelson Roofing 4636 Indianola. (614) 262-9700.

Help Wanted Child Care

$15.80/HR. Looking for Tutors M-TH 7-8:30pm AND respite up to 50+hrs/month for 3 boys,(13,13 and 10). Twins with autism. Become an I/O waiver provider, paid training. Great kids/family. Please call Stacey @ (614) 889-0909 BABYSITTERS NEEDED. Must be caring, reliable, have great references and own transportation. Pick your schedule. Apply

CARE PROVIDERS and ABA Therapists are waned to work with children/young adults with disabilities in a family home setting or supported living setting. Extensive training is provided. This job is meaningful, allows you to learn intensively and can accommodate your class schedule. Those in all related fields, with ABA interest, or who have a heart for these missions please apply. Competitive wages and benefits. For more information call L.I.F.E. Inc. at (614) 475-5305 or visit us at www.LIFE-INC.NET EOE CHILD CARE center needs fulltime and part-time employees who enjoy working with children.Loving, caring,teachers needed for InfantS, ToddlerS, and Preschoolers. Northwest Christian Child Care 5707 Olentangy River Road Columbus, Ohio 43235 (Conveniently located near Rt. 161, 315, and 270) Please call 451-4412 or E-mail: COLLEGE NANNIES & Tutors is currently hiring for after school and part time nannies. Earn better than retail while having fun with a child at their home. Many positions are from 4pm-6pm but other hours are available. Apply online at LOOKING FOR a kind hearted person to care for my 19 month old son two days a week for 34 hours at a time. I am looking for someone who will play with him and take him to activities (using my car). He is very shy at first but once he gets to know you he becomes quite talkative. You must have 2 references, one from a previous family you have sat for, and be wiling to have a background check. Contact if interested. LOOKING FOR dedicated and reliable caregivers to work with son with high-functioning Autism. Must be IO Waiver provider. Hours are 3:30-5:30 in Worthington. Call Ashley 740-815-1946 or

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Part Time Employment: OSU student position available at busy, professional, Department of Pathology medical center business offices (10 to 15 hours weekly). Duties include filing slides and reports, telephone and messaging, organizing records, running errands, making deliveries and performing journal searches, etc. Flexible hours based on your schedule. References from previous supervisors required with resume. Only mature, motivated students who demonstrate initiative need inquire. Position available immediately. Send resume to ER SCRIBE - Seeking Pre Med students to work as ER Scribes.

MEDICAL ATTENDANT needed in home. Part time, mornings and evenings. Excellent experience for pre-allied med students. 614-421-2183

Monday January 23, 2012

classifieds Help Wanted Restaurant/ Food Service

For Sale Furniture/ Appliances

BONJOUR OSU! La Chatelaine French Bakery & Bistros are looking for enthusiastic, charming and hardworking ladies and gentlemen that love to work in an established family own restaurant & bakery. Our location in Old Worthington needs weekday morning counter help. Restaurant experience recommended. Please stop in to speak with the General Manager, Elena Gomez 627 North High Street Worthington Ohio 43085 614.848.6711 Merci!

GE ELECTRIC Dryer. 5 years old $150. Lloyd Flanders patio furniture. Call Ped at 614-9391565

BONJOUR OSU! La Chatelaine French Bakery & Bistros are looking for enthusiastic, charming and hardworking ladies and gentlemens that love to work in a established family own restaurant & bakery. Our three locations in Upper Arlington, Worthington and Dublin, need weekday morning personnel, charismatic servers & experienced night prep cooks. Restaurant experience highly recommended. Please visit our website for locations to pick up an application. We are also on Facebook or follow us on twitter @ lachatcolumbus Merci!

Help Wanted OSU STUDENT WORK study position available in psychology research lab. We are looking for a mature, reliable student with excellent communication skills. Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs, as well as previous office work experience, is preferred. Duties would include collecting and entering data, interacting with research participants, transcribing interviews and other office related tasks. Special consideration would be given to someone with experience trouble shooting computer problems. If interested, please fill out an application at: by clicking on the “Job Opportunities” link at the top of the page. WE ARE LOOKING FOR 1-2 MOTIVATED, PERSONABLE, METICULOUS INDIVIDUALS TO RECRUIT CLINICAL TRIAL PARTICIPANTS AT OSU MEDICAL CENTER. HOURS ARE MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY (8 AM4 PM). $10/HOUR MINIMUM. CONTACT DR. PREETI PANCHOLI AT

Help Wanted Sales/Marketing MARKETING AND SALES: Outside salespeople looking to sell to new accounts. Marketing program provided. Base plus commission. 877-HOYS-TOYS

Help Wanted Interships DUE TO growth, Axiom is looking for energetic sales executive interns to join our team. This position will be responsible for coordinating sales process, research of sales geographies, coordinate company relationship management (CRM) and interface with regional sales executives. A successful candidate will be able to manage multiple projects, have good personal skills and work independently.

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Let today be about reflecting on what’s next in your career, in your relationships, in family, in projects and commitments. What do you want to accomplish? Financially, opportunities abound this year. Direct them for maximum impact.

For Sale Real Estate 1078E MERRIMAR Circle North, 3 Floor, 2-3 Bedroom Townhouse, 1.5 Baths, Fenced Patio, 1 Carport, Assigned Parking Space. Close to 315, OSU, Bus Routes. $75k or best offer. 614-296-3418

To get the advantage, check the day’s rating: Ten is the easiest day, zero is the most challenging.

VACANCIES? VACANCIES? Vacancies? Let our leasing services pay for themselves. For your leasing, property management, or sales needs Call 1st Place Realty 429-0960.

ARIES March 21 – April 19 Today is a 6 -- Communications about actions get through, whereas actions themselves could get blocked or obstructed. Get into planning, networking and crowdsourcing.

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TAURUS April 20 – May 20 Today is a 7 -- Don’t let worries about money interfere with love. You may as well listen, though you might have to compromise. A quiet evening suits you just fine. Relax.

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GEMINI May 21 – June 21 Today is an 8 -- Mars goes retrograde today (until April 14). Avoid signing contracts between now and then, since vitality is lacking. Maintain projects with momentum.


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June 22 – July 22 Today is an 8 -- Set an intention ... the New Moon is an especially fertile time for planting promises. Take care of your heart. Keep it healthy. Practice love.

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Today is a 6 -- The energy is there to propel your inner thoughts out into the world. What message will you relay? Have it well thought out, rather than reactionary. The camera is on.

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Aug. 23 – Sept. 22 Today is a 7 -- Expand your influence. Talk about your fantastic project with imaginative flair. Paint a picture with an inspiring possibility. Invite participation.

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Sept. 23 – Oct. 22 Today is a 7 -- Avoid initiating important projects or buying mechanical equipment, if you can. Finish off old business.

614-440-7416. TYPING. Rush. Emergency. Overnight. Saturdays. Sundays. Holidays. Pricing negotiable. Cash only. Other services: Christmas gift wrapping. Sewing buttons. Resumes. Copies. Dictation. Executive secretarial. Writing family histories, military histories, biographies, memoirs.

SCORPIO Oct. 23– Nov. 21 Today is a 7 -- Retrograde Mars especially affects Scorpio. Find support with family when it comes to making decisions. When one door closes, another one opens.

Tutoring Services

Recent grads and current students are encouraged to apply. Hours can be flexed around school hours.

A MATH tutor. All levels. Also Candidates must pass drug Physics, Statistics and Busiscreen and background check. ness College Math. Teaching/tutoring since 1965. Checks Contact: Axiom Consulting Grp. okay. Call anytime, Clark 2940607. 614-824-1697 Resume: Website: THE TUTOR’S TUTOR IT – Programmer Internship Experienced Teacher: Due to Growth, GFS ChemiProof Reading cals, a stable, leading manufacResumes turer of fine specialty chemicals for over 80 years, is looking for Reading/Writing an energetic Programmer to ESL join our IT team. This position Call John 488-2431 will start as a part time internship and then develop into a After 7pm full time position. This position will be responsi- TUTOR WANTED for high ble for web maintenance, re- school freshman. 5-6 hours per port generation, troubleshoot- week in Clintonville area. Must ing, design and implementation drive. Please call Michele at of user interfaces like dash- 614-638-4526 boards. The successful candidate will be able to manage multiple projects, have good personal skills, work independently; detail oriented and has a demonstrated knowledge of object ori- ART STUDIOS in Warehouse ented programming. Recent Brewery District. Starting at graduates and current students $140/mo are encouraged to apply. Call Shawn 614-448-3593 Hours can be flexed around schooling. Candidates must pass a preemployment physical, drugscreen, and background check. Full-time with salary, benefits & WANTED CASH CASH CASH bonuses! for your junk automobile. 614Please visit our web site: 596-9844.

SAGITTARIUS Nov. 22– Dec. 21 Today is an 8 -- You have an excuse to get out of town and shake things up a bit. Visit family, maybe, or take a day trip. Make room for love and anything’s possible.

CAPRICORN Dec. 22– Jan. 19 Today is a 9 -- When it comes to making money, you have the power. Focus your energy on what it’s really attractive to you. Ask a trusted advisor for guidance.

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AQUARIUS Jan. 20– Feb. 18 Today is an 8 -- You may notice hidden motivations, or reconsidered personal views or opinions. Be gentle with hearts. Avoid scandal.

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PISCES Feb. 19– March 20 Today is a 6 -- Focus on the space around the limitations. You may tumble, but you won’t know if you can make it, if you never even try. Wisdom builds with every failed step.

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sports upcoming continued

Iowa from 1B


proves OSU’s legitimacy.

Rifle: Murray State Invitational 8am @ Murray, KY.

Besides being a memorable moment for the program as a whole, Garcia said he thinks finally beating the Hawkeyes proves the legitimacy of their team. “We went out and we didn’t wrestle our best against Nebraska and Minnesota and I think we kind of had a little downer there,” Garcia said. “But we showed everybody right now that we are real.” Hunter Stieber, who defeated a two-time All-American in Iowa’s Montell Marion, agreed that this was a big statement for a young Ohio State team with aspirations of winning it all. “It feels amazing. It’s awesome. Everyone wrestled extremely well … it was amazing, everyone came together, worked hard all week, worked hard all year,” Hunter Stieber said. “We

Men’s Swimming v. Penn State & Michigan 12pm @ Columbus, Ohio Men’s Lacrosse: Scarlet vs. Gray Scrimmage 12pm @ Columbus, Ohio Women’s Tennis v. Florida State 2pm @ Tallahassee, Fla. Women’s Ice Hockey v. North Dakota 4:07pm @ Columbus, Ohio Men’s Volleyball v. Stanford 7pm @ Columbus, Ohio Men’s Ice Hockey v. Lake Superior State 7:05pm @ Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Women’s Swimming: Shamrock Invite All Day @ South Bend, Ind. Women’s Track: Rod McCravy Memorial TBA @ Lexington, KY. Pistol: Winter Open TBA @ Columbus, Ohio Sychronized Swimming: University of Minnesota Invitational TBA @ Minneapolis, Minn. Men’s Tennis: ITA Kickoff All Day @ Columbus, Ohio



Beating Iowa

had a few bad dual meets, but I mean, we’re still in the hunt. We can compete and make a run at the national title this year as a team.” OSU coach Tom Ryan said he knew what he was getting himself into when he left Hofstra to lead the Buckeyes. “We came here for this,” Ryan said. “We knew this was called the sleeping giant. It’s far from over. I know the men on the other side of the mat. Those guys were teammates, and I know how they react when they get punched in the nose. They do not fall down, they punch back.” OSU still has three duels left in the Big Ten, including a road trip to defending national champion Penn State next Sunday, Jan. 29, before the National Duals, Big Ten Championships and NCAA Championships begin. Ryan said the battle is on. “Ohio State is officially in a fist fight,” he said. “I’m very proud of this group of guys.”

Bulldogs from 1B

Buckeyes improved on Saturday night, Dries said. on a 2-on-1 break at 1:10 into the final period after Graham found him. Dries tied the game with a shorthanded goal at the 10:10 mark. Dries received the puck just outside the Bulldogs’ blue line and he ripped a shot once he entered Ferris State’s zone that flew into the back of the net. Less than three minutes later, the Bulldogs took the lead once again, tapping in a loose puck just outside the crease at 13:09 in the third. OSU had another answer in them, as freshman forward Max McCormick backhanded a shot in to tie the game, 3-3, with 3:22 remaining in the game. The game went into overtime, in which neither team scored. In the shootout, both teams’ shots were stopped in the first round, but the Bulldogs scored in the second and third rounds to get the extra point after OSU’s shot was stopped in the second round. Dries said even though the Buckeyes

only gained one point Saturday night, he saw signs of improvement. “We scored with five minutes left to get to overtime, so that was good,” he said. “We’re taking baby steps at this point. We’re back to square one now and we have to try and get things going again.” In Friday night’s 4-3 loss, the Bulldogs took a 2-0 lead after one period, and led 4-0 midway through the second period. The Buckeyes rallied with goals from Fritz, sophomore forward Chris Crane and Angeli, but the rally fell short as OSU wasn’t able to tie the game during a fiveminute power play late in the third period. OSU fell to 14-7-4, 10-6-4-1 in the CCHA and holds a one-point lead in the conference. Ferris State improved to 15-8-3, 9-6-2-1 in the conference and are four points back from OSU in fifth place in the CCHA. The Buckeyes will take the ice again with a two-game series against No. 19 Lake Superior State (13-11-4, 8-9-3-3) starting at 7:05 p.m. Friday in Michigan.

Tressel interviews for Colts’ coaching job Pat Brennan and Michael periatt Sports editor and asst. sports editor and Former Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel has interviewed for the Indianapolis Colts’ head coaching job and will learn in the this week if he’ll be hired, according to multiple reports. Colts owner Jim Irsay has reportedly met to discuss the position twice with Tressel, who served as a game-day consultant for the team this past season. His main responsibilities involved consulting the team on in-game replay decisions. From his Twitter account, @JimIrsay, Irsay tweeted at about 11 a.m. Saturday: “The #1 pick debate will rage on, what a great year to have it..the HC search is wide ranging n thorough, decision by mid 2 late next week.” The Colts did not immediately respond to The Lantern’s request for comment regarding the team’s head coaching position. Tressel opted to postpone his term of

employment with the Colts until Week 7 of the NFL season due to concerns about current and former OSU players who were suspended in both the NFL and NCAA. This past season, the Colts posted an NFL-worst 2-14 record. In Tressel’s final game coaching the Buckeyes, he led the team to a 31-26 victory against Arkansas in the 2011 Sugar Bowl in the Louisiana Mercedes-Benz Superdome. That game, along with the entire 2010 season, was later vacated by OSU as part of its self-imposed penalties for violating NCAA policies. Tressel resigned from his post with the Buckeyes on May 30. If hired, Tressel would not be the first coach to make a transition from coaching college to the NFL. Many collegiate coaches have tried their luck at the professional level with varying degrees of success. To read the conclusion of this story, visit www.

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Former OSU football coach Jim Tressel addresses the media Jan. 3, 2011.

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