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Lantern photographer handcuffed during last week’s cow chase

When two cows got loose last Wednesday, Lantern photographer Alex Kotran hustled to his room in Lincoln Tower. He had heard about the commotion, grabbed his camera gear and ran to the athletic ÿelds next to Lincoln Tower. Within two hours, Ohio State Police had caught the cows – and Kotran. He was detained, handcuffed and is facing a misdemeanor charge of criminal trespass. As Kotran reached the athletic ÿelds where the cows were being chased by police and OSU workers, a woman wearing a School of Agriculture shirt confronted him, he said. It was 2 p.m. She told him that he was not allowed to take photos of attempts to corral the cattle. She tried to block him from taking photographs, he said. ALEX KOTRAN Kotran explained that he was a photographer for The Lantern, that where he was standing was public property, and that if she wanted him to stop taking photos, she should summon police. That’s exactly what she did. Shortly, OSU Ofÿcer William Linton approached Kotran and told him that he could not take photos from where he was standing because it was dangerous. Kotran explained that he was a member of the media and that it was public property. At the time, several ofÿcers and OSU workers were on the ÿeld chasing the cows. Kotran was nearly 100 yards away from the action. Nonetheless, Linton ordered him to leave that location, and Kotran complied. He moved to the other side of the ÿeld behind a chain-link fence and continued to shoot photos. It was 2:10 p.m. At that location, a female RPAC employee and two male workers with grounds keeping also

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Lantern photographer Alex Kotran was detained by police last Wednesday while he was taking photographs of two cows loose on campus. Ohio State staff members told Kotran he could not take photos at Lincoln Tower Park and Officer William Linton told him he had to leave because it was dangerous. Later Kotran followed one of the cows to Vivian Hall. When he walked through the building and took photos from a parking lot, Linton detained him and said he may be charged with criminal trespass.

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Dogs adopted in spring, then abandoned BEN BROWN Lantern reporter


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Molly Stancliff, a second-year animal cognition student, sits with Remington, her six-month-old pit bull, Monday after they visited the vet for a routine check-up. Stancliff adopted Remington with her boyfriend. “They were sitting in a crate in an abandoned apartment in Georgia,” Stancliff said of Remington and his sister.

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Spring howled into campus over panting tongues, past inside-out ears and on four paws before turning around three times and resting on the Oval. This annual puppy-proliferation breeds happiness in passersby and proves that a dog is a student’s best friend. But many students fail to reciprocate when the quarter ends. As living arrangements change for the summer, dogs are abandoned in off-campus housing and streets. Spring leaves whimpering with its tail between its legs. “Once weather warms up, we adopt out more dogs,” said Susan Smith, community relations director for the Franklin County Dog Shelter. Therefore, adoptees ÿnd themselves back where they started. “In the summer, we get calls from landlords about abandoned dogs in campus apartments and houses,” said Cheri Miller, marketing and events manager for the Capital Area Humane Society.

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Arrest warrant issued for female swindler at Ohio Union

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COLLIN BINKLEY Editor-in-chief Ohio State Police have issued an arrest warrant for a woman who they say swindled $80 from cashiers at the new Ohio Union. Ofÿcers say that Rhonda L. Talley, 44, tricked two cashiers into giving her more money than she gave them twice in the last month. “She was asking for different change in different manners using different bills,” said Ofÿcer Adam Tabor, who works at the police substation at the Union.

The scheme is known as “short-changing” and is considered theft, police said. The ÿrst theft was reported March 31, only two days after the grand opening of the Union. Surveillance footage shows a woman buying a bag of chips and walking away $20 richer. “We had a report from the Union Market that someone had confused one of their cashiers with multiple requests for change using different bills while they were paying for a bag of chips,” Tabor said. A week later, the same woman did it again, but that time she bought an orange and conned $60 from the cashier. Surveillance footage showed that both times the

woman went to the Union, there was a man standing nearby who appeared to be in on the scheme, Tabor said, but police didn’t know the identity of either of the suspects. While police waited to see if the short-changer would return, a detective at OSU Police submitted the case to a law enforcement information network, asking if other central Ohio police had seen similar schemes. An ofÿcer in Gahanna replied that a shortchanging duo had stolen $100 from a gas station and pizza shop but hadn’t been caught. A Crime

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campus Former Senator to speak at Fawcett about health care international legal practice and strategic consulting ÿ rm. Even though President Obama signed the health care bill nearly four months after his original deadline and among declining public opinion, Daschle remained optimistic that the bill would pass. “If we didn’t get something done soon, students would have paid for our inaction,” Daschle said. “They would spend twice as much for half the amount of health care beneÿts.” Beginning in the fall, the bill will be implemented gradually over the next eight years. However, Daschle said that court challenges and states unwilling to adopt the bill could hinder the process. “We’re on the 30 yard line — we need to go 70 more yards,” Daschle said. Hank Wilson, communication director for the John Glenn School of Public Affairs, said a large reason that a John Glenn School committee chose the

RICK SCHANZ Campus Editor Students should start paying attention to the rising cost of health care in the United States, said Tom Daschle, former Senate majority leader of the Democratic Party, in a telephone interview with The Lantern. At the request of close friend John Glenn, Daschle will speak at the 2010 Stanley Muroff Civil Liberties Forum at 4 p.m. today in the Fawcett Center Assembly Hall. The forum’s topic of discussion is health care reform, which Daschle said he strongly believed was needed. The former senator said he remains in close contact with legislators who worked on the reform throughout the entire process. In December, Daschle became a senior policy adviser for DLA Piper, an

forum topic of health care is because current students are the generation the bill will most likely effect. Wilson said he hopes students are excited about the opportunity to generate discussion about a real-world issue. “Sometimes [students] live in a vacuum, only concentrating on things that relate to their schoolwork,” he said. Daschle plans on concentrating on three main aspects of health care: access, quality and cost. Jennifer Carlson, director of external relations for the Ohio State Medical Center, is looking forward to how the health care bill provides access to health care for those who do not have it. “For every additional 1 percent of unemployed people, 1 million more become uninsured,” Daschle said. The OSU Medical Center admits many uninsured patients, Carlson said. “We do not turn anyone away.” For those who cannot afford to

communications coordinator for the Ofÿce of Academic Affairs. The sold-out 500-seat event was originally scheduled for Feb. 9 but was postponed because of winter TOM DASCHLE storms across the U.S. Those on the wait-list are invited to come, as additional seating might become available, Sipe said. For those who would like to watch the event and are unable to attend, the John Glenn School of Public Affairs website will broadcast a live video feed. The event is co-sponsored by the John Glenn School of Public Affairs and the OSU Medical Center.

pay out-of-pocket medical expenses, the Medical Center helps them set up payment plans. Health care reform will help alleviate the burden on hospitals that ÿnd it their duty to take on the responsibility of providing care without compensation. “We operate under a sick-care system rather than a well-care system,” Carlson said, who hoped preventative medical measures are included in the new health care bill. Although Daschle has never been to OSU, he is excited to have the opportunity to speak here, particularly to the students, he said. “Ohio State is held in extraordinary regard throughout the country,” Daschle said. The Glenn School has paid past forum speakers to speak, however the school is only paying for Daschle’s travel expenses because of his friendship with John Glenn, said Laura Sipe, event and

OSU Triathlon Club has its best finish at Nationals, men place eighth out of 70 BEN BROWN Lantern reporter Mental toughness must ° ow in Columbus’ water supply because more than 70 student-athletes run, bike and swim for Ohio State’s Triathlon Club. The Tri-Bucks had their best ÿnish ever at the Collegiate Nationals in Lubbock, Texas, last week. Each competing school was allowed to enter seven men and seven women in the 1,600-meter swim, 40-kilometer bike ride and lastly, the 10-kilometer run. OSU’s men’s team placed eighth out of 70 teams, and the women placed 30th out of 50. Top men ÿnishers were Steve Rosinski at eighth, Ross Hartley at 37th and Robert Craun at 50th out of 456 male racers. Katie Chute and Jennifer Smith both placed in the top 200 out of 327 female competitors.

“In getting ready for nationals. I put in over 300 hours of training,” said Craun, the president of the OSU Triathlon Club. “But some guys put in a lot more.” Nationals also offered a less-ofÿcial sprint race, which features shortened events. The weather had other plans for the sprint race as sub-50 degree water temperatures caused race ofÿcials to cancel the swimming. OSU ÿelded six men and two women for the sprint event and came away with a national runner-up and a national champion. Rosinski, a third-year in optometry, placed second in the graduate division. Megan Matrka, a fourth-year in ÿnance, was the national champion. “I can’t swim worth a crap,” she said. “Canceling the swimming helped me but it kind of made it a wimp race.” Matrka’s toughness is not uncommon in her sport, which is among the fastest growing in the nation, Rosinski said. “Our members include undergrads,

grad students, faculty members and a few alumni,” Craun said. “Even for our coldest winter runs we have upwards of 40 people show up to practice.” “Not only are we growing in numbers but we’re getting more competitive,” Rosinski said. “Two years ago our team didn’t even crack the top-20.” The club was started six years ago by a man named Jun Yamaguchi. “For the ÿrst few months he was the only member, running and swimming by himself,” Rosinski said. Yamaguchi is now a coach for DePaul but he still keeps in contact with the beneÿciaries of his club at OSU. Because triathlon is not an NCAA sport, these Tri-Bucks compete at the highest collegiate level. Some have even higher aspirations. Ross Hartley plans to make the Olympics someday as one of the top-100 triathletes in the world. Rosinski, who once placed third at the duathlon (run-bike-run) world championships,

side-by-side on stationary bikes while the Scarlet and Gray triathlon is outdoors in early June. No triathlon experience is needed to join this club that takes members from various athletic backgrounds. Craun swam and biked a little in high school before becoming addicted to triathlons in college, he said. Though it’s an individual sport, camaraderie helps triathletes motivate one another. “When your teammates expect you there, you don’t want to let them down,” Rosinski said. “We’re a team.”

plans to compete in the Ironman Challenge someday. Quadrathlons have yet to be invented, so he is competing in a Triple-T event in June, which puts racers through four triathlons in one weekend. But not all triathletes are so intense. “It’s more of a lifestyle thing,” Craun said. “Because there’s multiple sports, it’s hard to get burnt out on any one thing, and the peak age for triathletes is actually 25-35.” The OSU Triathlon club meets to run from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the RPAC entrance. For swim practice, they meet on Mondays and Wednesdays from 7:15 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the RPAC class pool, and they ride indoor cycles from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Fridays at the RPAC. As members of the Midwest Collegiate Triathlon Conference, the Tri-Bucks participate in three major races. In addition to collegiate nationals, the indoor winter triathlon pits racers

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remarks about greek orgs BRIDGET CUNNINGHAM Lantern reporter has expanded the world of college gossip on the Internet. The website allows college students to rank sororities and fraternities across the nation based on ÿve factors: hotness, popularity, involvement, classiness and fun. Ohio State is one of the nearly 100 universities for which students can make these anonymous, subjective ratings. “People don’t have to be held accountable for what they say,” said Lauren Welch, a third-year in English. “They can get out their feelings without getting in trouble for it.” Welch, a member of Kappa Delta sorority, ÿrst came across the website before joining the Greek system. “It can bias your opinion and put ideas in your head,” she said. “It’s another idea to stir up chaos. It’s another JuicyCampus.” Similar to GreekRank, JuicyCampus was a website that gave college students the chance to share their opinions without identifying themselves. Founded in fall 2007, the website gradually extended to more than 500 U.S. colleges and universities including OSU. Matt Ivester, the founder of JuicyCampus, said the goal was to create “a place for fun, lighthearted gossip, rather than a place to tear down people or groups.” Because of a lack of revenue, JuicyCampus shut down in February 2009. Since its closure, new websites such as GreekRank have emerged in its place. GreekRank differs from JuicyCampus in the fact that it exclusively targets greek life on college campuses. “Greek life is a big thing, and people like to talk about it,” ÿrstyear Allison Cochran said. The website allows college students to rate 50 sororities and fraternities on OSU’s campus alone.


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Sigma Chi 68.9 percent*


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“It is demeaning toward the entire Greek community,” said Lexie Volakis, a third-year in accounting and a member of Chi Omega sorority. “It is absolutely absurd and so entirely false. It hurts to read.” Like Welch, Volakis ÿnds danger in the anonymity of GreekRank. “It’s the anonymous side that keeps people coming back,” she said. In addition to OSU, several other Ohio colleges can be found on the website, including Miami University, Ohio University, Bowling Green University and University of Dayton. On the website, the owner contends that he or she deletes “almost all reported posts that contain attacks or defamations” and sees “no reason to remove particular schools, fraternities and sororities.” From her experience, Welch has found it best to ignore the website all together. “Any comment gets attention,” she said. “Even if you say positive things, you’re promoting the website.”

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Lantern photographer Alex Kotran takes a picture of one the loose cows in Lincoln Tower Park last Wednesday. Kortran was detained by OSU Police shortly afterward.

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OSU Police still investigating the incident confronted Kotran and told him to stop taking photos. One of the men grabbed his arm. He gave them the same explanation he gave Linton and continued to shoot photos. Two of his shots from that location were on the front page of Thursday’s The Lantern. At some point, one of the cows ° ed and ended up cornered by police near Vivian Hall. Kotran ran from the athletic ÿeld toward Vivian to get more photos. Near the driveway to Vivian Hall, he saw an OSU police ofÿcer blocking the parking lot entrance. He entered Vivian Hall through the Fyffe Road front door, and then left through a back door, stopping about 50 yards from the cornered cow. Kotran, a ÿrst-year in business and political science from Copley, Ohio, started shooting again when a police ofÿcer drove up and told him to leave the scene. As Kotran turned to leave, Linton ran up, stopped him and cuffed him. It was about 2:40 p.m. “He told me I was under arrest,” Kotran said. “I advised him that I was on public property, and he started talking about Supreme Court cases and stuff.” Kotran said he was detained “for about 10 minutes.” Linton went through his pockets to get his wallet. The ofÿcer needed identiÿcation to write a report. During that time, other OSU Police ÿred several shots at the cow, according to news reports. In a phone interview, Deputy Chief Richard Morman said that “the animal was agitated. The tranquilizer was needed, but if that didn’t work, we determined that deadly force was an option.”

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Stoppers report about those thefts said the con artists had cheated businesses out of hundreds of dollars. Police had identiÿed the two suspects as Talley and Gary L. Wilkes, 58, both listed as residents of the Near East Side. Last Monday, a security staff member at the Union saw Wilkes leaving the building and called Tabor, who was named Police Ofÿcer of the Year last month by the Department of Public Safety. Tabor arrested Wilkes outside Moritz College of Law when Wilkes allegedly gave a false name and social security number. “He explained to me that he was indeed present

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“Tons of students dump dogs at the end of the school year,” said Molly Stancliff, president of Buckeyes for Canines. Reasons for this extend far beyond dogs’ proclivity for eating homework. More fundamentally, the student lifestyle is not ideal for dog ownership. “College students are too transient to own dogs,” Miller said. More generally, students are unprepared for the responsibility that comes with a new dog. Ohio State’s College of Veterinary Medicine encourages students to think about what their roommates and landlord would think of a new dog and what they would do with it during breaks. The Capital Area Humane Society says people should not get dogs if they are away from home for more than eight hours a day. “It’s even harder for grad students to own dogs,” said Maeve Hopkins, dog chair for the medical school’s MEDPaws program. Getting a puppy is no spring ° ing, as the average lifespan for a dog is 12 years. “Students should know this is a lifelong commitment,” Miller said. But many don’t. “Very few students understand how much work it is,” Stancliff said. “So lots of places won’t adopt out to students.” The College of Veterinary Medicine’s Shelter Medicine Club actively discourages students from getting dogs. Shelter medicine is a specialty branch of veterinary medicine that looks at ways of housing animals, preventing disease spread and issues of abuse and neglect, said Melissa Weber, communications and marketing director for the College of Veterinary Medicine.

The animal was ÿnally tranquilized after 15 minutes. An OSU incident report released Monday does not include a description of the events. It lists eight witnesses and the charge against Kotran. In an e-mail to The Lantern on Sunday, OSU Police Chief Paul Denton said the department is still investigating the incident. “I consider the case as an open and active investigation, and we are not going to hurry the process,” Denton said. “Also, as I stated, while there may have been a detention, no arrest was made, so use of the term to describe police and public safety intervention is not correct.” Frank LoMonte, executive director of the Student Press Law Center in Arlington, Va., commented on the case. “Unless the police can prove that [Kotran] was contributing to the hazard,” Lomonte said, “the student has every right to take photographs.” Last May, an Ohio University student photographer, Eric Jones, was handcuffed and arrested by Athens Police while photographing a disturbance at a city festival. Jones pled no contest to the charges, which are both second-degree misdemeanors. He was sentenced to 90 days in jail, a ÿne of $750, two years probation and court costs, according to a September report in The Athens News.

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for the thefts and he identiÿed the female as who we knew she was,” Tabor said. Once Wilkes corroborated that Talley was the thief, police issued a warrant for both thefts. Deputy Chief Richard Morman said that Wilkes will not be charged for the short-change scheme. Detectives aren’t sure GARY L. WILKES where Talley lives, Tabor said, but they are following leads and will look for her until they make an arrest. Talley is described as a black female weighing about 150 pounds with short, black hair. Morman said police can’t release video footage of the thefts because it could be used as evidence.

The Shelter Medicine Club created the Safe Summer program in 2008 to “offer solutions to the problems of pet abandonment by college students,” according to its website. The program takes in animals that “students leaving for the summer can’t take care of,” Weber said. “A main reason students leave dogs is because their parents don’t want them at home.” This pet collection runs from about a week before classes end through a week after graduation. “No judgements,” Weber said. “We’re just here to help.” There are alternatives to ownership for dog-loving students. “Lots of volunteer programs in town could really use help,” Weber said. “It gives you contact with the animals with none of the responsibility.” The Franklin County Animal Shelter and most private shelters and rescues in Columbus need help with everything from walking dogs to bathing and grooming them. “Animals do much better the more human contact they have,” Weber said. Students who work like dogs and don’t have time to volunteer can attend dog-appreciation events around Columbus. Buckeyes for Canines partnered with OSU’s Mount Leadership Society to host Play with a Puppy Day on Saturday at the Royer Student Activities Center on north campus. With puppies supplied by the Franklin County Shelter, the event was aptly named, as students came to pet, scratch and play with rescued puppies. All donations from the event went to Pets Without Parents, a nonproÿt, non-kill Columbus shelter. The same groups will team up again from 1 to 5 p.m. Friday at Paws for a Purpose on the South Oval. This animal awareness fair will feature a dog agility demo, local shelters and rescues and many other animal organizations.

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Place the numbers 1 to 8 in each of the octagons such that the numbers are not repeated in any octagon, row, column, or diagonal. The sums of the minor diagonals (diagonals that contain either four or six numbers) are provided at the beginning and end of each minor diagonal. The sum of the four numbers that border a diamond are provided in that diamond. The numbers that border diamonds do not have to be unique.

Number of numbers provided = 69 (Easy)


Solution for Puzzle US2-2:

MBI Public Lecture Iain Couzin Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Princeton University Wednesday, April 28, 2010, 7:00pm COSI, 333 West Broad Street

The Perfect Swarm Collective organization is everywhere, both around us and within us. Our brains are composed of billions of interconnected cells communicating with chemical and electrical signals. We ourselves are integrated in our own collective – our human society. Elsewhere in the natural world hundreds of thousands of blind army ants coordinate a massive raid across the rainforest floor, a flock of birds arcs and ripples while descending to roost and a fish school convulses, as if one entity, when attacked by a predator. How can animal groups move in unison? How does individual behavior produce group dynamics? How do animal groups make informed unanimous decisions? From locust swarms to bird flocks, from consensus decision-making in fish to that among humans, I will discuss how, and why, coordinated collective behavior is so pervasive within the natural world.

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Tuesday April 27, 2010

Tuesday April 27, 2010


arts&life Andy Samberg:


Alternative Comic Expo

SNL’s main man keeps the Union in rapture

More than 150 artists showed off their wares at the recent S.P.A.C.E comic expo downtown, the largest such festival in the Midwest.


Musicians Stretch Lefty The band is the new fixture at the Scarlet and Grey Cafe on Thursday nights.

Releases Music

“Fearless Love” Melissa Etheridge “Drowning Pool” Drowning Pool “Fever” Bullet For My Valentine “Transcontinental Hustle” Gogol Bordello “B.o.B: The Adventures of Bobby Ray” B.o.B


zAch AsmAn Lantern reporter He has been seen by millions on Saturday nights, has graced the big screen with his film “Hot Rod” and poked fun at celebrities as the host of the MTV Movie Awards. But on Sunday, famed comedian and actor Andy Samberg was bringing the laughs to Ohio State. A large crowd packed the Archie M. Griffin Grand Ballroom at the new Ohio Union to see the 31-year-old comedian best known for his work on “Saturday Night Live.” The show was originally slated to start at 7 p.m., but it did not begin until close to 7:40 p.m. Logistical issues plagued the night, one of them being enough seating to accommodate the large crowd. In addition to bringing extra chairs into the ballroom, at around 7:30 p.m., an event representative went on the microphone and urged the crowd to maximize the seating to fit all the guests. The event began with a video compilation featuring a wide array of Samberg’s SNL skits and notable songs from his comedy troupe, The Lonely Island. Unfortunately, the video marked the beginning of another major issue with the event: video sound. Once the video finished, Samberg was treated with a standing ovation. The comedian was quick to poke fun at the early technical difficulties.

“I’m so psyched I brought my clock radio speakers so we can play that,” Samberg told the crowd. “How can we punish people who were waiting in the rain even more, how about terrible audio?” The event was structured in an interview style. Nicholas Dekker, a professor in the Department of Theatre, moderated the event. Dekker was picked for the opportunity by a former student of his who recommended him to the Ohio Union Activities Board, the creator of the event. Once on stage, he was able to establish a casual rapport with Samberg. “Even just from the moment he came in during sound check he was so laid back,” said Dekker, 31. “You can tell that he was ready to have fun with it. That really made the whole thing really easy.” Some questions included the origins of Samberg’s comedic background, his work with celebrities and a James Lipton, “Inside the Actors Studio” style series of questions. Before the event, students submitted their own questions. Throughout the segment, students watched videos that Samberg handpicked. To continue with the night’s technical pitfalls, the first video was met with audio troubles. “There’s like 30 dudes on speed back there,” Samberg said in reference to the people running the video. “The good news is they’re going to reimburse everyone’s tuition.” The final part of the show was a question-and-answer session from the

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saturday night live comedian Andy samberg answers a question at the Union on sunday night. audience. Some audience members asked Samberg serious questions, but many did not. Many asked Samberg for personal favors, such as hugs and a marriage proposal, as well as a couple random, nonsensical questions. This was something that irritated many in the crowd, including Michael Chang, a first-year in biology. “I thought he was pretty funny, he did what he had to do,” Chang said.

“But I thought the end was kind of annoying.” Hours before the show, fans lined up to get a good seat. By the time the doors opened, a long line wrapped its way outside the building and down High Street. The cloudy skies and slow rain did not seem to stop anyone from seeing Samberg.

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Alex Antonetz Lantern reporter After teaching students the works of esteemed literary and film giants such as James Joyce and Orson Welles, English professor Morris Beja is now sharing the filmography of another esteemed film legend with students: director Stanley Kubrick. Beja’s English 578 class, “Special Topics in Cinema: Stanley Kubrick,” meets at 12:30 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays at Gateway Film Center. “In recent years, the filmmaker that I’ve been most fascinated with has been Stanley Kubrick,” Beja said. “I just find myself so intrigued by his work that I want to now expose myself to it as much as possible and teach it.” Most weeks, one day of class will be solely devoted to a screening while the other day will be for discussion. The films screened in the class are “Dr. Strangelove,” “Lolita,” “2001: A Space Odyssey,” “A Clockwork Orange,” “The Shining,” “Full Metal Jacket” and “Eyes Wide Shut.” “Every one of his major movies has an element of mystery about them, intrigue, controversy, down to his last one, ‘Eyes Wide Shut,’ which was very controversial,” Beja said. Presenting the films of Kubrick to a college class works because the films are “teachable,” Beja said. “There are things to ponder,” he said. “There are great movies out there, fabulous movies that are almost a little hard to teach except to talk about how nice they are.” Though Kubrick films like “2001: A Space Odyssey” are noted for ambiguity in their themes, Beja said he tries to teach students other aspects of the film as well. “I like to stress the technique,” he said. “I don’t want to ignore those technical aspects for the sake of just talking about themes, but obviously you

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A scene from stanley Kubrick’s ‘2001: A space odyssey.’ students will study the film along with other of Kubrick’s work in english 578. also have to do that to ponder just what is being suggested.” Because of the complex nature of Kubrick’s films, Beja does not expect students to fully unpack Kubrick’s ideas in the course of a class. “I don’t expect them in just one session to know all about [a film], any more if I were teaching a Shakespeare course, I would expect them to know everything there is to know about ‘Hamlet,’” he said. Some of Beja’s students, including Brice Patterson-Blight, a fourth-year in English, said they enjoy the class’s learning environment. “I think Professor Beja is definitely a very studied man and he knows the material he’s working with very well,” he said. “I really like that it’s held in the

theater. I think that’s the perfect environment for a specific course study on a director.” Kubrick died in 1999 shortly after filming “Eyes Wide Shut,” leaving Marie Chirico, a fourth-year in psychology, longing for more. “He seems like he’s very good at what he does, but kind of someone that was taken a little too early,” she said. “I think he could have done a lot more good work.” Meanwhile, Beja said he wants students to walk away from his course with an understanding that cinema is a multifaceted medium. “Cinema is worth studying and not just watching,” he said. “It’s worth thinking about, and Kubrick is a prime example of how that can be true.”


arts&life Columbus rapper Blueprint has big plans for success zAch Jones Lantern reporter As the bar filled with nearly 400 people, Greenhouse Effect took the stage poised to perform songs from its new EP, “Electric Purgatory.” Now known to his fans simply as Blueprint, local hip-hop artist Al Shepard has made a name for himself pairing intriguing rhymes with self-produced beats. 2010 will be a busy year for Shepard, who will begin a west-coast tour of the United States this spring to promote “Electric Purgatory,” as well as the group’s second EP, which will be released this spring. However, Shepard has continued to reside in and promote the city of Columbus. Citing the blue-collar feel and honesty of the Midwest, Shepard said he enjoys the way people in Columbus can relate in terms of economic background. “Not to say that everybody out here is rapping about the struggle or that you can’t speak about affluence or the American dream, but I do think that the types of jobs and economy out here definitely impacts the music,” Shepard said. In blue jeans and a black T-shirt, Shepard looked the part of a bluecollar artist. His penetrating brown eyes seemed to amplify his powerful voice, which engulfed the crowd. As a child, Shepard was introduced to music through his parents and his church, where his mother sang in the choir. Growing up on the south side of Columbus, Shepard’s performing was limited to church events as a trombone player and occasional performances with his older brother’s quartet. Following high school, Shepard began working at a radio station as a disc jockey. Soon after, he began working parties on the weekend as a disc jockey. “That led me into hip-hop production and then into actually rhyming. Prior to that, I didn’t really take rhyming seriously, I was just a fan of music in general,” Shepard said. Shepard continued working on production in college, combining his sounds with the rhymes of friends, including local rapper Illogic. As each artist gained popularity through local rap battles, their sounds came together to form the group Greenhouse Effect. In 1998, Shepard grew tired of being unable to meet the demand for product by the fans of his music. That led him to start selling cassettes of Greenhouse Effect’s music and would eventually lead to the creation of Weightless Recordings. Shepard did not have a name for the label initially. He had just completed a song with fellow Greenhouse Effect member Illogic called “Weightless” and decided to call the label Weightless Recordings.

Photo courtesy of Blueprint

Blueprint (right) and Illogic (left) make up Greenhouse effect, a columbus hip-hop group. Illogic now has a successful solo career of his own, and said Shepard still produces most of the songs he records, citing his constant work ethic as a source of inspiration. As Shepard developed a name within the industry, so too did local DJ RJD2. The two soon collaborated to make an album as the group Soul Position. But Soul Position would only serve as one outlet for these aspiring artists, who never intended for their collaboration to become the main focus of their careers. “RJD2 felt like I should try some solo stuff, and while I didn’t think I was ready at the time, I’m glad he suggested it looking back,” Shepard said, recounting his early work with RJD2.

As Blueprint has developed a story-telling sound of his own with his rhyming, he has also continued his work within the production aspect. “Writing a song is about putting words over music, but the arrangement of the songs to fit is what makes somebody a producer. I try to always have a vision of what I want to do production-wise, even if I can’t do it myself,” Shepard said. Shepard continues to promote the music scene within Columbus. He will also be releasing a solo EP and a solo album titled “Adventures in Counter Culture.” He will certainly have his hands full in 2010, as he continues to promote himself, his work and the Columbus hip-hop scene.

Comic show draws Ohio crowd hARRy locKe For The Lantern Comic book aficionados that were looking to take a vacation outside the usual antics found in Metropolis or Gotham City flocked to Columbus Saturday and Sunday to marvel at the latest in underground comics. An annual event held in Columbus since 2000, the Small Press & Alternative Comics Expo, called S.P.A.C.E., is the Midwest’s largest exhibition of small press, alternative and creator-owned comics. It features more than 150 artists, writers and publishers with work you won’t find in your local comic book store, according to the show’s promoters. “S.P.A.C.E. is about the comics and the creators with no distractions,” said Bob Corby, show organizer and publisher of more than 100 comic creators through his company Back Porch Comics. “I’ve always felt a great creative buzz during the show.” Held at the Ramada Plaza Hotel & Conference Center, artists and publishers from both Ohio and beyond were in attendance, looking to connect with fans, sell their work and introduce the public to a whole new world of unique cartooning. “It’s an absolutely wonderful event, and a great way to see a variety of work,” said Bruce Rosenberger, a cartoonist from Hellertown, Pa. Rosenberger writes, draws and self-publishes the “Dutchy Digest,” a series of cartoons that poke lighthearted fun at Pennsylvania’s Amish-Dutch society. “These things sold like crazy back in Bethlehem [Pennsylvania], so we’re trying to branch out a little here.” Like Rosenberger, many of the artists in attendance either lack a committed publishing deal or are backed by independent publishers. For them, being able to sell their work and make new fans is vital in sustaining their passion for art as a feasible source of income. Nikola Jajic, a writer from Lombard, Ill., attended S.P.A.C.E. for an opportunity to promote his recently released graphic novel, “The Big Bad Book.” “This convention is a great opportunity to get out there,

meet new people and get people interested in my work. I’m out trying to do my thing and take care of my family, so events like these really help,” he said. Artists also applauded S.P.A.C.E. for the low cost to set up a table in the dealer’s room, which is the area where most transactions between artists and the public occur. “It really makes a lot of sense for us financially to come to Columbus and set up shop here,” said Matt Dembicki, as a customer purchased a copy of his latest graphic novel, “Trickster: Native American Tales: A Graphic Collection,” an anthology comprised of more than 20 different Native American stories and art styles. “At other conventions, I find myself having to sell more books, just to break even on the price it costs to set up a table.” In addition to financial benefits, S.P.A.C.E. also offers a valuable networking opportunity for artists looking to collaborate with other professionals within the industry. “You meet a lot of good connections here at this convention,” said Allen Freeman, a professional comic artist who has had more than 30 volumes of work published since the 80’s. “This is my eighth time here, and it’s really a great chance for artists to network with other artists, or find potential publishers.” This year’s S.P.A.C.E. was held in conjunction with an open house event at OSU’s Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum on Friday. The event allowed the public to view the museum’s latest exhibition and receive free one-day passes to S.P.A.C.E. Some of the attendees, who visited both events, used the opportunity to enhance their personal education in the world of comic art. “I’ve been to many of the bigger conventions in New York, Chicago, California, but I love these smaller venues as well, and I love what’s being offered here in Columbus, and at OSU,” said Michael Fitzer, an aspiring cartoon writer and firsttime attendee at S.P.A.C.E. “You can get real one-on-one time with some of your favorite creators, and more importantly, inspiration to keep getting better at what you do because some of these guys are really amazing.”

“the Adventures of Bobby Ray” B.o.B

hARRy locKe / Lantern Photographer

Artist derrick tharp works on an illustration at the s.P.A.c.e comics expo on sunday.

B.o.B’s debut CD is H-O-T RyAn BooK Arts Editor Bobby Ray “B.o.B” Simmons is currently signed under T.I.’s Grand Hustle Records, but if his debut is any indication of his potential, their roles could soon be reversed. B.o.B might not have quite the amount of swagger as pre-arrest T.I., but he is confident enough to make the boastful tracks work. He also possesses a sense of humble self-awareness that allows the listener to take his boasts more seriously than other rap figureheads. If anything, the songs in which B.o.B reflects on his mere mortality are the best of the bunch. Album opener “Don’t Let Me Fall” features the multiinstrumentalist on piano, and the tone of his troubles make him easy to sympathize with. More proof of his being in touch with reality: Chart-topping single “Nothin’ On You” is about how many women he doesn’t want to get with. A variety of guests keep things interesting. T.I. and Lupe Fiasco make appearances representing the hip-hop world, but it’s spots like “Magic,” featuring Weezer vocalist Rivers Cuomo, that are


really fresh. Paramore vocalist Hayley Williams sings the hook on what should be a hit single, “Airplanes” (although Eminem’s verse in “Airplanes (Part 2)” is less satisfying). One small disappointment is the lack of guitar on the album. In nearly every promotional photo the rapper is gripping his six-string, but it’s presence is not musically obvious on the record. It’s good that T.I. is getting his life back together, but if he finds himself under house arrest again, B.o.B can keep Grand Hustle Records afloat.

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Tuesday April 27, 2010


OSU building foundation up the middle

upcoming WEDNESDAY softball v. Michigan 4:30pm @ OSU

joshua a. davidson Lantern reporter

Baseball v. Marshall 6:35pm @ Wisconsin

All good baseball teams are built up the middle. At any level, the teams who succeed have a strong core built around their catcher, middle infielders — shortstop and second baseman — and center fielder. Managers and coaches openly admit having good defensive players at those key positions is crucial to a team’s success. But these defensive stars are rare commodities. Look at the world champion New York Yankees. Their ability to win five World Series titles since 1996 is no secret. The core of all those Yankees teams was up the middle. Jorge Posada

men’s volleyball: MIVA Tournament Semis 7pm @ OSU softball v. Michigan 7:30pm @ OSU

THURSDAY Women’s Tennis: Big Ten Championships TBA @ Iowa City, Iowa men’s Tennis: Big Ten Championships TBA @ Bloomington, Ind.

FRIDAY Track and Field: Jesse Owens Classic 2pm @ OSU Baseball v. Michigan 6:35pm @ Ann Arbor, Mich.

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Cory Kovanda, 2B Avg: .379 Hits: 44 HR: 1 RBI: 22

Michael Stephens, CF Avg: .380 Hits: 46 HR: 8 RBI: 32

Dan Burkhart, C Avg: .328 Hits: 43 HR: 0 RBI: 21

HEARTBROKEN Former Ohio State linebacker Marcus Freeman achieved his dream of playing in the NFL, but his career was abruptly ended when he learned he had an enlarged heart zack meisel Sports editor

men’s Golf: Big Ten Championships TBA @ Minneapolis, Minn. Women’s Tennis: Big Ten Championships TBA @ Iowa City, Iowa men’s Tennis: Big Ten Championships TBA @ Bloomington, Ind.

SATURDAY Track and Field: Jesse Owens Classic 11am @ OSU men’s lacrosse v. Bellarmine 1pm @ OSU softball v. Iowa 2pm @ Iowa City, Iowa Baseball v. Michigan 6:05pm @ Ann Arbor, Mich. men’s Golf: Big Ten Championships TBA @ Minneapolis, Minn. Women’s Tennis: Big Ten Championships TBA @ Iowa City, Iowa men’s Tennis: Big Ten Championships TBA @ Bloomington, Ind.

SUNDAY Women’s lacrosse v. Johns Hopkins 12pm @ Baltimore, Md. Baseball v. Michigan 1:05pm @ Ann Arbor, Mich. softball v. Iowa 2pm @ Iowa City, Iowa men’s Golf: Big Ten Championships TBA @ Minneapolis, Minn. Women’s Tennis: Big Ten Championships TBA @ Iowa City, Iowa men’s Tennis: Big Ten Championships TBA @ Bloomington, Ind.

standings Baseball Big Ten standings 1. Michigan State 26-11 (tie) Michigan 25-14 (tie) ohio state 22-13 (tie) Northwestern 15-23 5. Purdue 23-16 (tie) Indiana 20-18 (tie) Minnesota 16-24 8. llinois 18-18 (tie) Iowa 16-21 10. Penn State 17-22

behind the plate, perennial all-star Derek Jeter at short and Bernie Williams patrolling center field, for all but the last of the Yankees championships. The Philadelphia Phillies, who have been to the past two World Series, are built the same way. Shane Victorino in center, Chase Utley and Jimmy Rollins up the middle and Carlos Ruiz catching. Those four anchor the team and are in large part responsible for the Phillies’ dominance in the National League. Finding players at those positions as good with the bat as they are with the glove is even more rare. That’s why players like Jeter, Rollins and Utley are regarded as some of the best in the game.

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Marcus Freeman has a big heart. He just never knew that it would cost him his dream. Last April, Freeman patiently waited until the fifth round of the NFL Draft to hear his name called. With a professional career on the horizon, the former Ohio State linebacker had achieved something he had worked toward for years. “That I had a chance to play in the NFL was a great feeling,” Freeman said. “A dream come true.” One year later, that dream is over. Freeman bounced around the league during his rookie campaign. The Chicago Bears drafted him with the 154th overall pick but released him a week before the start of the regular season. Freeman caught on with Buffalo and then Houston, but both teams let him go. Although the Huber Heights, Ohio, native struggled to find a permanent home, teams continued to call. But when Freeman met with doctors in February for a physical before joining the Indianapolis Colts, his career path was altered forever. Doctors discovered that Freeman had an enlarged heart valve of the left ventricle. “They said they couldn’t pass me and they said that they’re very sure that no one else in the NFL will pass me,” Freeman said. Freeman started at linebacker for the Buckeyes for three seasons. He was named second-team all-Big Ten during his last two seasons in scarlet and gray. But in a matter of seconds, a man who said he felt completely healthy had to call it quits. “I was devastated,” Freeman said. “Football is something I’ve done for many years and I was devastated that I couldn’t play the game anymore. With this heart condition, it’s bigger than football. You need to make sure you stay on top of it. That was the deciding factor that that was the end of my playing days.” Freeman said that doctors never speculated on what could have resulted had the heart issue not been uncovered when it was. “They did say that one of their former athletes had it and they didn’t catch it in time and he had to get surgery in Indianapolis, so they said they were

Buckeye Briefs ally kraemer Assistant sports editor The men’s tennis team won its fifth consecutive Big Ten regular-season title after defeating Wisconsin 4-3 in Madison. No. 2 singles player Justin Kronauge took back-to-back sets to seal the victory for the Buckeyes. Kronauge has won 21 consecutive matches this season. The Buckeyes finished the season undefeated in Big Ten play and 29-1 overall and will receive the No. 1 seed in the Big Ten Tournament. The men’s golf team closed out regularseason play with a second place finish at the Boilermaker Invitational. The team finished 3-over 867 on the par-72 Kampen Course in West Lafayette, Ind. Brad Smith led the charge for OSU, finishing 4-under on the 54-hole tournament. The No. 19 women’s golf team finished in third place at the Big Ten Championships held in Madison, Wis. The team shot 37-over in four rounds of golf on the par-72 course and finished behind Michigan State. League champion Purdue swept the competition, finishing 6-over.

Photo courtesy of Ohio State Department of Athletics

osu’s marcus Freeman eyes the Penn state offense during a 13-6 loss to the nittany lions on oct. 25, 2008. glad they caught it,” Freeman said. “But even talking to some of the trainers here, they said probably more people have it, it’s just having the technology and the money to run those tests to find out who has enlarged hearts.” Former Bears defensive end Gaines Adams died in January from cardiac arrest. He was found to have an enlarged heart. Just days later, Southern Indiana basketball player Jeron Lewis died with a similar heart ailment.

Freeman said he felt a sense of relief knowing his condition was detected before it was too late. “They didn’t really get into detail about what could’ve happened, but they said it was dangerous,” he said. “I’m glad they found out before something bad happened and they found out that way.” Never could the 24-year-old have imagined that he’d be mapping out his post-playing career so

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Hejduk looking forward to World Cup john duran Lantern reporter As the 2010 World Cup in South Africa approaches, one of U.S. Soccer’s all-time greats looks back on his career and looks forward to the summer event. Columbus Crew’s Frankie Hejduk has had ups and Frankie hejduk downs while cementing himself as one of U.S. soccer’s most accomplished player. “It came with hard work,” Hejduk said. “I’m a believer that you create your own luck.” Hejduk’s resume speaks for itself: two World Cup appearances, two Olympic games, part of the German team Bayer Leverkusen that played in the 2002 UEFA Champions League final, five-time Major League Soccer all-star and 2008 MLS champion with the Columbus Crew. Hejduk, born in La Mesa, Calif., a suburb of San Diego, grew up surfing and playing soccer. He was more passionate about surfing, and many of his friends did go pro in surfing. Despite that, he decided to attend UCLA on a scholarship to play soccer. His first international cap came in 1996 in El Salvador during a World Cup qualifer. He scored a goal in his international debut.

“Scoring a goal was icing on the cake,” Hejduk said. Hejduk made his World Cup debut in 1998, playing in the second game of the first round against Iran. That day is something he will remember for the rest of his life, he said. “Absolutely incredible experience,” Hejduk said. “During the National Anthem, thinking of all the past coaches I played for, my family, what they have sacrificed, what I sacrificed, all of that comes together at one moment. I got the chills, teary-eyed. And this is all before the game even starts.” The summer of 2002 is one that stands out to Hejduk and U.S. soccer fans. That summer in Korea and Japan, the team made an unexpected run all the way to the quarterfinals. To get there, they defeated rival Mexico 2-0 in the round of 16. “It was for bragging rights. Who was going to step up?” Hejduk said. “We knew we were going to win.” USA fell to Germany 1-0 in the quarters, a match many felt the U.S. should have won. “The German press told us ‘We got a lot of respect for you guys. We lucked out,’” Hejduk said of the aftermath. “We were proud of ourselves. We gave everything we had,” Hejduk said. After that great World Cup run, Hejduk looked forward to another one four years later. Unfortunately, two days after being named to the 2006 World Cup roster, Hejduk tore his ACL. “Pretty much a buzz kill,” Hejduk said. “A lot of

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the Buckeyes travel. He explained if he would have gone to a school like Cal State Fullerton, he would have played a majority of his games in Southern California against the same competition. His decision to come to OSU was to the delight of his teammates. “Stephens is great,” Engle said. “He plays a good center field and he’s clutch at the plate too.” Stephens immediately fit into the Buckeye lineup and has earned his spot in a talented outfield. Last season he started all 61 games for the Buckeyes and is a key contributor in this his senior campaign.

Buckeye trio makes up middle of OSU lineup Having strength up the middle translates to success in the college game as well. “If you’re strong up the middle, I think it makes your team as a whole more solid,” Michael Stephens said. Stephens is Ohio State’s everyday centerfielder. “Every team in the nation that does really well has strong up the middle chemistry,” Stephens said. So for the OSU baseball team to be able to boast outstanding players at each of the four positions is an incredible feat. The Buckeyes are both strong and experienced up the middle, the perfect storm for a team looking to claim a second consecutive Big Ten title. Stephens patrols center field for the Buckeyes, Tyler Engle and Cory Kovanda make up the middle infield and Dan Burkhart takes on the catching duties. Coach Bob Todd understands the importance of keeping that foursome in the line up. “We need all those guys to stay healthy,” Todd said. “They give us quality play out there.”

The dynamic duo When it comes to middle infielders, experience is the key. And that is exactly what Engle and Kovanda, a junior and a senior respectively, possess. This is the third year the tandem has played side-by-side for the Buckeyes, and their chemistry is evident. “Kovanda and Engle have done a great job defensively for us,” Todd said of the duo. Engle and Kovanda’s connection extends beyond the baseball field. “We’re great friends. We get along great,” Engle said. “With our busy schedules in the spring it’s tough, but we make it a point to hang out.” Their time spent together on and off the field is evident in their play as they combine to be the best double-play combo in the Big Ten. “We’re kind of in each other’s minds,” Engle said. “We both have a lot of confidence turning double plays, even the tough ones.”

The Junior College transfer Stephens is in his second year in the OSU program, but his final year of eligibility. The California native spent his first two seasons at Fullerton College — a junior college close to his hometown of Victorville, Calif. Stephens says there were many factors that influenced his decision to come to OSU, but one that stands out above the rest. “We travel and we get to play everywhere,” Stephens said. “Going down to Florida in the spring is a huge benefit.” Stephens elected to come to OSU due, in large part, to the amount

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Hejduk excited to represent U.S.

mental stuff you go through when you have those injuries. That’s

The backstop When talking OSU baseball, the conversation begins and ends with catcher Dan Burkhart. He has become a mainstay behind the plate for the

why you have friends and family to help you get by it.” Despite not being able to participate, U.S. Soccer paid for Hejduk and his family to go to Germany and be at the World Cup with the team. “It was a great experience, I

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catcher dan Burkhart fouls off a pitch during a victory over indiana on april 11. Buckeyes. In his first year with the program Burkhart became the first freshman to start at catcher in nearly two decades. Now, as a junior, he’s collecting accolades on a seemingly weekly basis. Burkhart is the reigning Big Ten Player of the Year and was secondteam preseason All-American. As Todd simply stated, “He’s the backbone of this team. There’s no doubt about it.” Burkhart demonstrates why he has earned that title every game he suits up for the Buckeyes. The catcher handles the pitching staff beautifully, especially ace Alex Wimmers, who was his high school teammate. And Burkhart does it all defensively by blocking balls and throwing out base runners. “He’s a stud. You couldn’t ask for anything else behind the plate,” Engle

got to be a fan,” Hejduk said. “I was able to bring my son. He got to experience the World Cup with me. I got a different perspective and it was simply amazing.” Hejduk has taken that experience and used it for motivation. “It actually motivated me to

said of Burkhart. “I wouldn’t have anybody else in the country.” At the plate What might be most impressive about the foursome isn’t what they do defensively, but rather on offense. Kovanda, Stephens and Burkhart make up the heart of the Buckeyes order, hitting second, third and fourth. Kovanda is near the top of the team leaders with a .379 batting average, and Stephens’ eight home runs are top among the Buckeyes. And although Engle usually fills in the ninth spot in the line up, he’s a consistent contributor and serves as a second lead-off hitter. The foursome’s contributions on both sides of the ball clearly demonstrate that their play will dictate how far the Buckeyes are able to go this season.

try to make this next World Cup because after 2006 a lot of people wrote me off because I was 32 at the time with a torn ACL,” Hejduk said. “I made it a goal of mine to prove those people wrong.” The motivation seemed to work, as Hejduk helped team

The catcher position is the most grueling position in baseball. Spending nine innings every game crouched in a catcher’s stance, wearing knee, shin and chest protectors, a protective helmet and a face mask in the heat and humidity of the summer can wear a player down. Occasionally, the Columbus Clippers need to give their starting catcher and top prospect Carlos Santana a day of rest. Backup Damaso Espino has shown to be a valuable asset to the Clippers in these situations. On April 21, Santana was injured when he fouled a ball off of his right knee. Although the injury was not considered serious, he was taken out of the game and listed as day-to-day. Espino has provided stability at the catcher position when Santana is out of the lineup. Espino has played in eight games for the Clippers this season and has a .227 batting average. Despite his struggles at the plate, his defensive abilities have been impressive. “My job is to help out the pitchers as much as I can,” Espino said. “That’s my job on this team and that’s what I’m going to do as a backup catcher. Defense has to be my top priority and after that, I want to have good at-bats, put the ball in play and hope for the best result.” In Sunday’s loss against the Toledo Mud Hens, Espino had one hit in three at-bats, with an RBI single. He provided stability from behind the plate as he caught nine innings from Hector Rondon, Steven Wright and Frank Herrmann. Espino threw out Casper Wells in the fourth inning on the only attempted steal of the day by the Mud Hens. Clippers manager Mike Sarbaugh commented on Espino’s value to the club. “He really works well with the pitching staff, and he’s had some big hits for us early in this year,” Sarbaugh said. “He’s a hard worker and a great guy to have in the clubhouse.”

USA qualify for this year’s World Cup and helped lead the Crew to the 2008 MLS Cup. “Nothing better than picking up that trophy after the 9 years I gave to the MLS,” Hejduk said. As for U.S. Soccer’s chances in South Africa, Hejduk said they

should make it out of the first round. After that, he said anything can happen. “I think on any given day the U.S. can beat any team in the world,” Hejduk said. “I think teams are starting to have a lot more respect for the U.S.”

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2425 n High St.- 1 bdrm flats avail. for fall. N. campus, on the bus line between Maynard and Blake. Lndry nearby, blinds,gas& water pd. Electric pd in some units Call 263-2665 40 CHITTenDen Ave. 1bd. Efficiency, Gas Included, W/D Included, Off Street Parking. $475-$535/mo. Commercial One 324-6717 aFFOrDabLe 1 Bedrooms. Visit our website at 1st Place Realty 429-0960 av. FaLL‑ one block off campus- great location- safe, quietperfect for grad or med student. Large unit, carpet, parking, appliances, electricity pd. $445, 12 month lease, deposit, no pets, cosigner 614-395-4891 nOrTH OF OSU, 1 bedroom apt with living room and kitchen. Nice. $350/mo. 396 Wyandotte Ave. Robbins Realty 444-6871. nOrTH OSU - Riverview Drive - Remodeled Unit - New Windows - New Gas Furnace - A/C - Hardwood Floors - Tile in Kitchen & Bath - Completely Furnished in Living Room Kitchen - Bedroom - Walk-In Closet - Ideal For Graduate Student - Laundry On Site - Off Street Parking Free - Now and Fall 2010 - Call 5715109 ranCH 1 Bedroom. Clean, quite, 15 mins. to campus. Cooke & 71., off st. parking. AC, disposal, appliances, blinds, water pd. No smoking/pets. $410.00. 397-7040

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rOOmy FIrST floor apartment, right across from gateway garage, behind Wendy’s on 9th and high. Kitchen appliances, off-street parking, modest utility bills, dishwasher, full basement, W/D, available in June. $550+ deposit, no pets. 410-1841. Se COrner of King and Neil, 2 bedroom, central A/C, Off street parking and water included. Coin Opr Laundry. Available summer or fall quarter. Phone Steve: 614-2083111. SOUTH CampUS Deluxe $650 +DEPST. Spacious, Upstairs, 2 bdrm/2 full bath, 1 blk N. of King Ave. 2nd full bath has Jacuzzi. Laundry room, offstreet parking, very low utility bill. All appliances +w/d. Well lighted, quiet street. No pets. 72 1/2 McMillen. Available Now or Fall 2010. 410-1841 SOUTH CampUS, West of High. Near Medical Center. Spacious first floor 2 bdrm. $550 +DEPST. Apt. hardwood floors throughout, tile kitchen and bath, off-street parking. All appliances +W/D and dshwr, low utility bill, covered front porch, quiet neighbors. No pets. 80 McMillen. Available Now or Fall 2010. 410-1841

$1,050 ($350/eaCH) Patterson Ave, North Campus. Large (over 1,300 sq.ft. plus full Basement) 3 Bedroom ½ double recently redone & gorgeous! 28’ LR/DR, huge newer Kitchen w/Range, Refrigerator, Dishwasher, built-in Microwave, recessed spotlights on dimmers and more! New full Bath! Full basement with Washer & Dryer included! New furnace, A-C and thermopane windows = lower bills! Great tree shaded yard, front porch! Great street, nice neighbors! $1,050/month. Available September 2010. No Pets. 614-410-1826 John Kost RE/MAX Premier Choice.

$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.

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$550/mOnTH, aS early as midJune move-in, all utilities included, quiet building, on north campus busline, A/C, laundry facilities, off-street parking and extra storage. osupremiere92 e.11th Ave. Very clean, 614-440-6214. # 1 2 BR AVAILABLE NOW neat, cozy. A/C, parking avail- Tom. AND FALL! Beautiful remodable, short term ok! $435/mo. $620. 222 King Av. near Neil, eled Townhouses and Apart(614)457-8409, (614)361- includes parking, utilities, hard- ments located close to cam2282. wood, high ceilings, private pus. Features include large porch. Available 9/5, also 5/1, bedrooms with ceiling fans, air 371-5690. conditioning, insulated windows, cable/internet, washers & dryers, and FREE off-street 1 bDrm Apt. 15th & N. 4th parking! Call North Campus $465/mo. Water included. Rentals today! (614)354-8870 #avaILabLe aparTmenT. Large, Laundry, Pets Nego- Super convenient location, 1-2 tiable. Sunrise Properties, Inc. bedroom apartments, 38 E. 846-5577 17th Ave, just off of High 1 bDrm Apt. East 13th & N. #1, aFFOrDabLe spacious Street, laundry, offstreet park- 4th water included $450/mo., and updated large 2BR apts on ing. Available Summer and/or A/C, disposal, Off street park- North, South, and Central camFall and onward. $350-$400.00- ing, Pets Negotiable, $450. pus. Gas heat, A/C, off-street/month. Call 296-6304, 263- Sunrise Properties, Inc. 846- ing parking, dishwasher, onsite laundry starting at $335. 1193. 5577 614-294-7067. www.osuproper1368 neIL Avenue, clean, 1 bDrm Apts. 15th & N. 4th quiet, safe. $360/month, utili- Gas, Electric & Water included $1099, 1350 Neil, Victorian Vilties included, males only, grad- in Rent! Off street parking, Pets lage, massive, hardwood, A/C, uate students preferred, free Negotiable. Sunrise Properties, NorthSteppe Realty 299-4110 washer/dryer, 488-3061 Jack. Inc. $560 to $580/mo. 846-5577 nOrTH OSU - Riverview Drive 11 mILeS from OSU, Bed- $645/mOnTH, 1698 N4th St, 2 - Remodeled Unit - New Win- room, 15X11, private bath- bed with bsmnt, refrigerator, dows - New Gas Furnace - A/C room, kitchen access, car spot, stove, dishwasher, wash- Hardwood Floors - Tile in washer/dryer, $675 month inc er/dryer, CA, Parking, well insuKitchen & Bath - Completely utilities / 6 month/1yr lease call lated, $0 Deposit, Pine Rental Furnished in Living Room - Kyle 203-979-0876 Services LLC (614) 735-5111 Kitchen - Bedroom - Walk-In or Closet - Ideal For Graduate Stu- 1565 HIgHLanD Ave available dent - Laundry On Site - Off Fall. One bedroom apartments $699‑795, 270 E 12th, W/D, Street Parking Free - Now and just steps from south Campus, courtyard, A/C, dishwasher, Fall 2010 - Call 5715109 medical schools. Excellent for spacious, NorthSteppe Realty graduate students. Full 299-4110 kitchens and baths, A/C, laun- dry room, parking in rear, $740. 246 E. 13th townhouse $425-$495, www.TheSloopy- includes washer/dryer, water, (614) 371-2650, hardwood, big basement, Rick newer kitchen. Available 9/5, 3/4 beDrOOm 1 Bath 1/2 dou- 1615 HIgHLanD Ave., Big 371-5690. ohiostate ble at 2475 Indianola. Every- 1bd, Gas Included! thing New less than 1 year $490-$525/mo. Commercial $749‑849, 111 Hudson, Tuttle ago. New included entire bath One 324-6717 www.c1realty.- Ridge, W/D, dishwasher, bal& Kitchen, Windows, Air, heat, com conies, NorthSteppe Realty Floors, fixtures etc... Offstreet 299-4110 parking, backyard, front porch 1897 nOrTH 4th. 1 bedroom. Off-street parking, updated & washer/dryer. $1200.00 p/m, 614- kitchen and bath, dishwasher. $749‑895, 1430 Neil, Victorian $425/month. 614-989-1524 Village, W/D, hardwood, deck, 457-6545 NorthSteppe Realty 299-4110 $749‑899, 85 W 3rd, Victorian Village, W/D, carpet/hardwood, NorthSteppe Realty 299-4110 $850, 108 W Tompkins, Tuttle Park, modernized, bay windows, NorthSteppe Realty 2994110 102 w. 8th-2 bdrm flats avail for fall. Modern Bldg. w/security system, ceramic tile flrs.,DW, A/C newer crpt, updated appl, ceiling fans, blinds. Off St. pkg Call 263-2665 133 w. Oakland & Neil Ave-2 bdrm TH avail for fall. Modern Bldg on N. campus close to Buss. School, corner of Neil Av. newer crpt, tile flr, A/C Off St. pkg blinds. Call 263-2665

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1885 n 4th St. Large 2bd. W/D Included, Off Street Parking $610/mo. Commercial One 324-6717 1901 n. 4th and 18th, 2BR townhouse. Spacious, W/D, remodeled kitchen. $750/mo, 614-989-1524 194 KIng Ave., 2 bedroom, all utilities included, Off street parking, central a/c, laundry. Phone Steve 614-208-3111. 2 bD, 1 BA spacious,$555/mo., recently renovated, 5 min from campus; Fitness Center, well maintained, 24 hr emer. maintenance, courtesy officer, on-site laundry; no app fee, $200 deposit; 276-7118 2 bDrm Apt. 13th & N. 4th Water included. $505/mo., A/C, Off street parking, Pets Negotiable, Sunrise Properties, Inc. 846-5577

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212 TOmpKInS – 2 BR Townhouses available Summer and Fall. Spacious bedrooms, central air, lots of storage space, FREE off-street parking. North Campus Rentals 614.354.8870 220 e. Lane & Indianola 2 bdrm flats avail for fall corner of Indianola and Lane. Modern Bldg on N. campus. Spacious w/newer crpt, huge bdrms, on site lndry, A/C. blinds,Off St. pkg. Courtyard area. Call 2632665 2383 wILLIamS St. 2bd Double. Remodeled, Dishwasher. $700/mo. Commercial One 3246717

274‑ 284 E. Lane-2 bdrm TH avail for fall. N. campus at Indianola and Lane, very spacious w/lndry hkups in bsmt. Ceiling fans, dining Rm, blinds, newer crpt, frnt porch, yard area.Off St. pkg.Call 344 e. 20th Unit D, 2 bedroom flats, 1 bath, remodeled, central air, large kitchens, off street parking, NO dogs, $495.00. Call Pat 457-4039 or e-mail Available FALL.

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Former linebacker back at OSU coaching defense soon. But once he agreed with doctors that his days anchoring defenses were over, he immediately targeted a homecoming at OSU. “He didn’t pout about it,” said James Laurinaitis, Freeman’s former teammate at OSU and current linebacker for the St. Louis Rams. “He went right to the people he needed to go to continue what he wanted to do.” Freeman returned to Buckeye football this spring, joining some of the players he suited up with just two years ago. But instead of punishing running backs with fellow linebackers and former teammates Ross Homan and Brian Rolle, Freeman remains on the sidelines – as a coach. “I’m currently the defensive quality control,” Freeman said. “You do a lot of work off the field, study a lot of film, you have to help the coaches out. I’m really working directly with [linebackers] coach [Luke] Fickell and helping a lot with the linebackers and just being a support system.” Despite being just two years removed from leading the OSU defense, Freeman wants the current crop of Buckeyes to see him in a different light. “You have to be able to communicate as a coach now,” Freeman said. “You’re not player to player, it’s coach to player. And that’s the first thing I wanted to do and establish is that I’m a coach.”

Having a big heart might have cost Freeman his career, but could be a blessing in disguise for the young linebacker, Laurinaitis said. “He’s comfortable with it,” Laurinaitis said. “He can’t control the size of his heart. I told him that now he can tell his wife that he has an abnormally big heart and she should be thankful.” Though the first chapter featured an unforeseen ending, Freeman remains determined to ensure that the next part of his career maintains its pulse. “When you’re playing, you want to reach the ultimate goal of being in the NFL. You want to be a Super Bowl champ, MVP, or whatever you can be,” Freeman said. “Being a coach, I’m young but obviously I have goals that are extremely high. I want to be a head coach one day. I want to be an athletic director one day. I want to do it all. That’s obviously my goals. “Now, will they all be reached? Who knows? But as long as you set them high, if you don’t quite reach those goals, you’ll still be set pretty well. So, I set my goals extremely high and hopefully one day I’ll be able to reach them or get really close.”

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Tuesday April 27, 2010

The Lantern 04-27-10  

Ohio State Student Newspaper: The Lantern. April 27th Edition.

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