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One Book Display: The Best Books Never Written: All day, Central Library. Free. For information, contact Joshua Vossler at Vossler@uta.edu.
Communities Divided, Communities Connected: How Emigration Creates New Ways of Speaking: Noon, 110 University Hall. For information, contact Lindsey Zaleski at 817-272-6107 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Precision Top-Down Robotics for Micro and Nanomanufacturing: 10 a.m., NanoFab Annex conference room. Free. For information, contact Dr. Dan Popa at 817272-5982 or email@example.com.
M&M: “Mavericks Use Their Own Minds”: Noon-1 p.m., University Center and Library malls. Free. For information, contact Office of Student Conduct at 817-272-2354 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Efficient Data Collection in Wireless Sensor Networks: 10:30-11:30 a.m., 413 Woolf Hall. Free. For information, contact Dr. Sajal Das at 817-272-7405
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Cello and Piano Recital: 7:30 p.m., Irons Recital Hall. Free. For information, contact Music Department at 817-272-3471 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scott Hankins: 3-4 p.m., 609 Business Building. “The Road to Easy Street? The Financial Consequences of State Lottery Winnings.” Free. For informa-
Planetarium Shows: Chemistry and Physics Building. “Seven Wonders” at 7 p.m., “Rock Hall of Fame” at 8 p.m. Tickets are $5 for adults, $4 for children
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Costume, trivia contests at EXCEL’s ‘Hancock’ premiere EXCEL Campus Activities presents Hancock Friday at 8 p.m. at the Lone Star Auditorium. The event will also feature a judged costume contest. “We have done costume events in the past like when we showed Harry Potter,” EXCEL president Anne Brough said. “We invited people to dress up as their favorite Harry Potter characters.” Participants are invited to dress up as their favorite heroes from comic books, television and movies. The costume contest is limited to Friday’s showing. A trivia contest will also be held The contest winners will receive a $50 Visa gift card.
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Kansas City Royal’s Manager Trey Hillman isn’t one to promote his successes. “When you get one of these awards, it’s a good indication of how far you’ve come,” he said. “I try not to make a big deal of it. I try to keep it in perspective.” The former shortstop for the Maverick baseball team and exercise science alumnus will receive the university’s 2008 Distinguished alumni award along with nine other alumni Saturday. Former UTa baseball coach Butch McBroom recruited Hillman from Sam Houston High School. “There weren’t exactly people lined up down the street, but I had other offers,” he said. While at the university, Hillman set records that still stand including a .442 batting average in 1982. Senior associate athletics director for Finance and administration, John Mocek, said Hillman had more than playing abilities. “He was starting as a freshman, he was a leader on the field and had great communication skills with the team,” Mocek said. “you looked at him and just knew he was going to be going on to major league ball.” Hillman went on to play for the
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Kansas City Royal’s Manager Trey Hillman, center, received the university’s 2008 Distinguished Alumni award. He has worked with the Texas Rangers and led the Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters to a Japan World Series in 2006.
Cleveland Indians but soon faced a career-impacting decision — whether he should continue playing or start scouting. He chose to scout for the Cleveland Indians. “24 was pretty young to have to decide to hang up my spikes and move in to scouting,” he said. The decision led to minor league coaching. He was also the Texas Rangers player development director and eventually coached a team in Japan. Leading the Hokkaido Nippon
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NeW YorK â€” Stocks plunged in the final minutes of trading Thursday, sending the dow Jones industrials down more than 600 points to their lowest level in five years after a major credit ratings agency said it was considering cutting its rating on General Motors Corp. The Standard & Poorâ€™s 500 index fell more than 6 percent. The selloff came as Standard & Poorâ€™s ratings Services put GM and its finance affiliate GMAC llC under review to see if its rating should be cut. GM has been struggling with weak car sales in North America. The action means there is a 50 percent chance that S&P will lower GMâ€™s and GMACâ€™s ratings in the next three months. General Motors Corp. led the dow lower, falling about 30 percent. The dow fell more than 660 points, or 7.2 percent, to about 8,586 in late dealings. The blue chips hadnâ€™t fallen below the 9,000 level since Aug. 6, 2003. The Standard & Poorâ€™s 500 index fell 74.73, or 7.6 percent, to 910.12 in late dealings.
Texas lures bio lab with $100 million offer SAN ANTONIO â€” Texas officials are prepared to offer $100 million in incentives to the federal government to lure a new laboratory for dangerous diseases to San Antonio, Gov. Rick Perry said Thursday. San Antonio is one of six finalist sites vying for the new National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility, a $451 million lab that will study some of the worldâ€™s most virulent diseases.
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Trader Kevin McCarthy holds his head as he works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Thursday. Stocks plunged in the final minutes of trading Thursday, sending the Dow Jones industrials down more than 675 points, or more than 7 percent, to their lowest level in five years after a major credit ratings agency said it was considering cutting its rating on General Motors Corp.
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â€œWe try to estimate as best as we can,â€? Blum said. â€œThe good news is there doesnâ€™t seem to be a short supply of the flu vaccine.â€? Mitchell said those who develop the flu have hope. if people see a physician within 48 hours of feeling symptoms, they could get over the sickness sooner. Business management freshman Aaron Grant said he has gotten the flu shot every year since he was diagnosed with leukemia at 5 years old. He continued his annual
How it works: Inactive Flu strains are injected, usually in the arm and cause the body to develop antibodies, which provide immunity against the virus. Yearly Flu statistics: â€˘ 5 to 20 percent of the U.S. population gets vaccinated. â€˘ 200,000 Americans are hospitalized with Influenza-related complications. â€˘ 36,000 Americans die from Flu complications each year. Source: the national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, www.cdc.gov
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â€œopening night is the pinnacle night,â€? Vandergriff said. â€œWeâ€™ve been waiting a year and a half.â€? The pavilion will continue to bring the community together and provide a social hub, said Maggie Campbell, downtown Arlington Management Corporation president and Ceo. â€œThe levitt Pavilion brings people together that normally wouldnâ€™t go to a
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At 7:30 tonight, Arlington students and citizens can meet with Mayor robert Cluck, President James Spaniolo and other city officials to celebrate the new entertainment center. Following the ribboncutting ceremony, threetime Grammy winners and denton-based band, Brave Combo, will play a 90-minute set of their mix of polka and rock music.
AUSTIN â€” Facing a free speech uproar, the University of Texas backed down Thursday from punishing two students who refused to remove political signs from their dormitory window. Connor Kincaid and his cousin and roommate, Blake Kincaid, said they were barred from registering for spring classes after refusing Wednesday to take down their signs supporting Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama. â€œEffective immediately, I am suspending the prohibition on signs in individual studentsâ€™ residence hall room windows and any sanctions related to its enforcement,â€? UT president Bill Powers said in a written statement.
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derA iSMAil KHAN, Pakistan â€” A suspected U.S. missile strike targeted two areas in a Pakistani tribal region near the Afghanistan border on Thursday, killing at least nine people, Pakistani intelligence officials said. Also Thursday, bombings targeting police killed 10 people and wounded 14 in Pakistanâ€™s volatile northwest and the capital â€” reminders of the challenge facing the country as its lawmakers pursue a national anti-terror consensus. The alleged missile strikes appeared to be part of a surge in U.S. cross border assaults from Afghanistan on alleged militant targets in Pakistan, which have strained ties between the two anti-terror allies. one missile strike occurred at a house in Tappi village in North Waziristan tribal region. Some of those killed were believed to be foreigners, said two local Pakistani intelligence officials, citing reports from informants
Jurors deliberated for four hours before convicting Timothy Wayne Shepherd of murder in the death of 19-year-old Tynesha Stewart, a Texas A&M University freshman who was killed in March 2007. Shepherd, who faces a possible sentence of life in prison, showed no emotion when the verdict was announced. Stewartâ€™s family broke down in tears.
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and agents. A local tribesman, Shoaib dawar, said Taliban militants surrounded the house. He said drones were heard in the area before the strike. A second alleged strike was reported at a house in the village of dande darpa Khel. The site was near a seminary of veteran Taliban commander Jalaluddin Haqqani, considered an archenemy of the U.S. No casualties were immediately reported. The intelligence officials requested anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to the media. The army could not immediately be reached for comment. Al-Qaida and Taliban militants have used Pakistanâ€™s tribal areas as bases from which to attack U.S. and NATo forces in Afghanistan, spurring U.S. frustration with Pakistan. The tribal regions also are considered potential hiding places for al-Qaida leader osama bin laden and his deputy Ayman al-Zawahri.
CHICAGO â€” A World War II-era air traffic network that often forces planes to take longer, zigzagging routes is costing U.S. airlines billions of dollars in wasted fuel while an upgrade to a satellite-based system has languished in the planning stages for more than a decade. The $35 billion plan would replace the current radar system with the kind of GPS technology that has become commonplace in cars and cell phones. Supporters say it would triple air traffic capacity, reduce delays by at least half, improve safety and curb greenhouse gas emissions.
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Baghdad politician, a Shiite, assassinated BAGHDAD â€” A roadside bomb killed a prominent member of Muqtada alSadrâ€™s political movement Thursday, raising fears of new internal Shiite bloodshed ahead of regional elections expected in January. The victimsâ€™ allies blamed U.S. and Iraqi forces for the blast. Suspicion also fell on Shiite splinter groups â€” some with suspected links to Iran, which has sheltered al-Sadr for nearly 18 months. â€” The Associated Press
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UTA SPORTS CALENDAR Friday, Oct. 10 Men’s and women’s tennis at Midland Invitational Time: All day Place: Midland Saturday, Oct. 11 Volleyball vs. Texas State Time: 2 p.m. Place: Texas Hall Soccer club at North Texas Time: 3 p.m. Place: Denton Men’s tennis at Midland Invitational Time: All day Place: Midland Sunday, Oct. 12 Men’s tennis at Midland Invitational Time: All day Place: Midland Monday, Oct. 13 Golf at Squire Creek Invitational Time: All day Place: Ruston, La.
Conference Standings East Stephen F. Austin Central Arkansas Nicholls State Southeastern La. Northwestern State McNeese State
SLC 3-0 4-1 2-1 1-2 1-4 0-3
Overall 12-3 12-4 5-8 7-6 6-8 3-11
West UTSA Texas State Lamar Sam Houston State A&M-Corpus Christi UT-Arlington
SLC 3-0 3-1 2-1 1-2 1-2 0-4
Overall 11-6 10-12 4-8 6-13 3-10 4-14
BY THE NUMBERS: VOLLEYBALL
Number of digs recorded by the team so far this season, leaving them with an average ranked third in conference
Service aces per game average for freshman outside hitter Amanda Aguilera, tied for second in the conference
Digs per match average for freshman libero Alicia Shaffer, ranking her fourth in the conference
Mavs envision victory to gain momentum toward a playoff push BY STEPHEN PETERS The Shorthorn staff
After a week off since its last game, the volleyball team looks to break into the win column in conference play as it plays host to Southland preseason No. 1 Texas State on Saturday at Texas Hall. The Mavericks (4-14, 0-4) look to avoid their first five-game conferencelosing streak since 2005, when the team dropped seven straight on its way to a 4-14 Southland record. That year, the team also opened SLC play 0-6 — the only such occurrence in team history. Texas State (10-12, 3-1) comes to Arlington after losing Tuesday to Houston, for the second time this year, in five sets 3-2. The Bobcats started their season 4-8 after a demanding pre-conference schedule but have won three of their last five matches. Sophomore setter Raegan Daniel, averaging 8.6 assist per match, said the team’s practices this week focused on securing the first victory since the conference schedule began. “We’re just hungry for a win,” Daniel said. “I think we just need to get that mind-set out that we’re not going to lose.” The Mavericks rank last in conference with a .116 attack percentage while allowing opponents .234 percent per match, ninth in the conference. Standout freshman Amanda Aguilera leads the team in conference with 3.33 kills and is second with 3.6 digs per set. Aguilera has posted three straight double-doubles, which pushed her into the Top-10 in the SLC in kills per set. Head coach Diane Seymour said to the team at the end of Thursday’s practice that she has seen big improvements in Aguilera’s hustle in terms of going after tipped balls, something that she was hesitant to do early on in the season. Aguilera said she believes that this team is capable of coming up with a victory on Saturday, and she can help the team in doing so. “Once we get a win, we’ll run with it because it’s a bad taste in your mouth to lose,” Aguilera said. “I’m just going to play my hardest. If there’s a hole, I’ll
hit it. I can’t really change what they do on their side, but I can change what I do on ours.” Saturday’s match is the 58th meeting between the two schools. UTA leads the overall series 39-19 but have lost 13 of the last 20 matches since Nov. 21, 1998. The Mavericks did defeat Texas State both times last year in four-set victories. The Mavericks are 15-9 at home against the Bobcats all-time at Texas Hall. The match is also Dig for the Cure night. Fans can make either flat donations or pledge money per dig collected during the match. All proceeds go to the Susan G. Koman Foundation and all fans are encouraged to wear pink in support of breast cancer awareness.
INJURY UPDATE Sophomore outside hitter Bianca Sauls remains sidelined with a right leg injury sustained in the loss to Texas Christian on Sept. 10. Seymour said that Sauls and the trainers say that Sauls is making improvements in her rehabilitation. She is still limited in the what she can do, but is beginning to lightly jog and do “jump sets.” When asked about the possibility of medically red-shirting Sauls, Seymour said that it could happen, but it is just a wait and see process. “That something we’ll discuss with her when the time is necessary,” she said. “But the focus for her right now is to get healthy and be back.” The Shorthorn: Andrew Buckley
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Freshman outside hitter Amanda Aguilera dives for a ball during practice Thursday afternoon at Texas Hall. The Mavericks will play Texas State on Saturday at 2 p.m. at Texas Hall.
UT-ARLINGTON MAVERICKS (4-14, 0-4)
TEXAS STATE (10-12, 3-1)
Who’s Hot: Amanda Aguilera Aguilera continues to play well, solidifying one of the team’s outside position, recording her third straight double-double, averaging 10.3 kills and 15 digs per match in that span.
Who’s Hot: Lawrencia Brown In her last two conference matches, Brown has averaged 13 kills, five errors and 14.5 digs per match, which equals a .262 attack percentage during that time.
Who’s Not: Emily Shearin Since posting a .667 attack percentage and four block assists against UTSA, Shearin is averaging just 2.3 block assists per match and a -.125 attack percentage in the last three contests.
Who’s Not: Melinda Cave Cave committed three attack errors in 16 attempts and also had three service errors in the match Tuesday against Houston.
Contracts could bring more home games Teams under the agreements would have to play at Texas Hall if the Mavs played an away game. BY BEN HAUSS Contributor to The Shorthorn
The women’s basketball team hopes to bring more home games to its fans in the near future. Head coach Samantha Morrow will require teams to sign a home-andhome contract to come play the Mavericks if the team travels to play them during the season. If a team doesn’t follow through with the contract, it will be fined. In previous seasons, Texas Hall was not always available to the team because of other school functions.
behind the decision. “That really hurts the team Junior guard Latosha because it’s difficult having to Duffey said the new contracts work around that busy Decemwould help the Mavs on mulber schedule,” Morrow said. tiple levels. Making the schedule is the “It would benefit our team second most difficult task for having home-court advanMorrow in the offseason betage against bigger teams,” hind recruiting, Athletics diDuffey said. “It would be nice rector Pete Carlon said. Carlon said he hopes the Samantha Morrow, to have more home games for our fans.” contracts can bring bigger- Women’s head She said, however, that named schools to campus. basketball coach. traveling to non-conference “Bringing teams into Texas away games never seemed Hall that students here at UTA have heard of helps bring more people like a big issue. Last season, the Mavericks played out to the games,” he said. Both Carlon and Morrow said four more away games than home home-and-home contracts have no dis- games — but fared much better at Texas Hall. advantages. The home-and-home contracts will Morrow’s players also seemed to be
HOME-COURT ADVANTAGE The 2008 women’s basketball team showed improvements when playing in Texas Hall over playing on the road. Home record: 9-2 Away record: 8-7 Neutral site record: 3-1 Average points per home game: 74.5 Average points per away game: 62.2
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Experienced Child Care Workers Needed Full and part time schedules available for experienced child care workers and preschool teachers. Enrichment Center for Young Childrencall for an interview at (817)274-3404 and ask for Pat, or drop by the ECYC office for an application. Competitive starting salaries and employee benefits. Nannies Needed. p/t f/t Experience and references necessary, own transportation, non-smoker. $12-$15/hr (972) 949-4144 1-800-282-0849 CHILD CARE / ATTENDANT Seeking non-smoking, female to help care for 10 year old girl recovering from heart surgery. Duties include entertaining, changing, assist with exercise and therapy. Perfect for nursing or therapy major. Up to 53 hours per week but must be able to work Saturday and Sunday. Must pass background check, be dependable and have own transportation. Position available immediately. Please call 817-988-8466 for further details. Help Wanted - child w/autism 8-10 hr/wk, $10/hr 682-5188490 or Rngbrown@aol.com
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DR. RUTH Q: My 28-year-old wife had an affair how excited she was during the affair, as for about five months with a man who was that's not helping matters. But your goal 53. She reluctantly told me it was the most now is to get your relationship back into exciting sex she had ever had. She also the best shape possible, and once that haptold me that his penis was very thick and pens, I believe her problem with getting would ejaculate incredible amounts of wet -- which is a sign of being excited -semen. All of these things will fix itself. turned her on like never before. Now that the affair is Q: My wife has become over, she feels terribly bad increasingly sexually inactive. about it, and she has trouble We've been married 17 years, becoming lubricated. With the and she is 34 and I'm 36. other man she said she was so Throughout the years we've lubricated that she had to wipe been to many therapists and several times at work, even have finally decided to call it when she knew she wouldn't be quits, but not officially until intimate with him that day. Is our youngest is 18 (two more the problem with lubrication years). During this time, I wish because I don't turn her on to remain celibate. However, I Dr. Ruth enough, or was the affair that am a self-confessed sexaholic Send your stimulating? She assures me and am getting sick of my that our sex is just as good, but questions to Dr. increasing pornography obsesthe lack of wetness has her Ruth Westheimer sion. I would like any informabothered too. tion you could give me conc/o King cerning saltpeter (once used in Features A: The answer to the Army and in prison to Syndicate, 235 E. your question may be neither. inhibit sexual response). She may be having trouble get- 45th St., New ting excited because she feels York, NY 10017 A: Taking chemicals is not guilty about the affair. This the answer. What you should would be especially true if she do is get divorced as quickly as begins to think of this other man, which possible and find a new partner. A 16-yearwould then cause the feelings of guilt to old won't be harmed by your divorce as rise up. It's not surprising that you two long as both of you remain an important would have some sexual problems after factor in his or her life. If your relationship she had an affair, but the most important is so strained that you're both just counting point is that she is back with you. You may the days until it ends, your kids are going actually have had some sexual or relation- to sense that, and that is no better for them ship problems before the affair, which is than to see you get divorced. So, rather why she had it in the first place, and you than maintaining this illusion, just go should try to correct any problems with ahead with the divorce so you both can the relationship. I wish she hadn't told you lead normal lives.
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