T H E B A L L S T A T E
November 30, 2005
Vol. 85, Issue 71
MUNCIE W W W. B S U D A I LY N E W S . C O M INDIANA
See what is going on around the
state and nation.
ST JOHN, IND.
Saturday ﬁnals stay next fall
University Senate ernment Association.
“We’re in a bit of pickle with the
endar and make recommenda-
tions,” she said.
tation and the Board of Trustees’
policy, Balogh said. Proposed break
(AP) — What’s the best way lacks time to drop calendar because we’re aware of
the need to address the Saturday
Balogh said she hoped Univer-
sity Senate would discuss the up
Any plan thought up by Univer-
sity Senate will need to consider ■ University Senate moved
to catch a runaway ostrich? ﬁnals issue,” said Deb Balogh, in- and down sides of each recom- the effects on different groups of to eliminate Saturday ﬁnals
Apparently not a lasso. weekend exam day terim provost and vice president of mendation. students, she said. beginning Fall Semester 2006
An ostrich led St. John police academic affairs, “but you can’t re- “I think that the bottom line “The Senate is very sensitive to ■ The plan would combine Fall
Emily Ortman and Erin Moody ally address that without address- for Academic Affairs is we don’t students’ concerns, so the stu-
on a two-hour chase through Daily News Staff and Thanksgiving breaks into
ing the calendar more broadly.” cut instructional days,” Balogh dent arm of the Senate might also one week-long break
neighborhood streets and The elimination of Saturday ﬁ- said. “Beyond that, I think that be asked to weigh in on this,” Ba-
yards Friday, before they ﬁnally While Ball State University’s aca- ■ Ball State eliminated
nals could not be ready for next any kind of creative solution the logh said.
managed to throw a net over it. demic calendar for 2006-07 has year’s calendar because there was group can come up with would be SGA President Steve Geraci origi- Monday classes to recognize
Resident Kathy Sorenson been set, it does not include the not enough time to arrange it, Ba- entertained.” nally proposed moving Fall Break Martin Luther King Jr. Day
watched from the kitchen of her elimination of Saturday ﬁnals, logh said. The number of required in- to the same week as Thanksgiv- and never came up with a way
which was supported by Univer- “We asked the Senate to take a structional days is determined by ing Break. to make up for the lost day
home in the northwestern Indiana sity Senate and the Student Gov-
community as police set up comprehensive look at the cal- several issues, including accredi- Please see SCHEDULE, page 2
‘‘Then I saw a police ofﬁcer
jump out of his car and run BUSINESS
toward something with a rope, like
he was trying to lasso something,’’
she said. She assumed ofﬁcers
were trying to catch a stray dog, As Health Center seeks ways to shorten wait times, students
take a number
then saw the ostrich run out from
behind a tree.
The bird was turned over to
animal control ofﬁcers after it was
caught. Police Chief Fred Frego
said he had no clue where the
ostrich came from.
Larissa Chinwah Physicians who
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA Staff Reporter see, treat and
City to sponsor Ball State University students seek-
beard, mustache ing excuses for missing class is one
championship of the primary factors contributing
to long wait times at the Amelia T.
Supermarket chain hires
Merrill Lynch to study options
(AP) — Gentlemen, start your Wood Health Center, medical direc-
beards. tor Kent Bullis said. Nurse
Anchorage has been awarded “Frequently we will write notes practitioners Ashley Heher ■ Associated Press
the 2009 World Beard and that say, ‘Such and such had a sore who see and
throat a few days ago. Please ex- treat patients. INDIANAPOLIS — Marsh Supermarkets Inc.
Moustache Championships cuse him from class. He is now said Tuesday it would study a possible sale of
following a bid process and vote healthy.’” Bullis said. “It is silly the company amid lackluster earnings as it lost
of its members, according to and a waste of time.” $3.4 million during its most recent quarter.
association president Bruce Roe Ball State does not implement Registered The Indianapolis-based grocery chain said in
of Bremerton, Wash. an institution-wide policy on sick nurses who take a statement that it hired Merrill Lynch & Co.
The biannual contest has been notes, he said. general stats to explore “strategic alternatives,” including a
“It doesn’t really matter if we for patients. possible sale.
held in the United States only
give a student an absence note Bullis said. “Our responsibility is to consider the best in-
once before, two years ago in because it is up to each instruc- “I am count- terests of our employees, the communities we
Carson City, Nev. tor whether or not to punish ing on Dr. serve and, above all, our shareholders,” Chief
‘‘It’s a big honor,’’ says David the student,” Bullis said. “If we Chua to make a huge
Minutes. The Executive Don E. Marsh said. “One of the stra-
Traver, vice president of the could eliminate the class notes, improvement in the wait shortest wait tegic alternatives that we believe should be
Southcentral Alaska Beard & we could alleviate some of the times,” Bullis said. “The nu- time at the considered would be the possible sale of the
Moustache Club. ‘‘We’ve had a wait time.” ance of that is that he replaced Health Center company to the right party.”
University administrators agree a nurse practitioner, and physicians last week. Marsh shares fell 31 cents, or 2.6 percent,
beard competition going on in eradicating class notes may ease tend to see patients more quickly, to $11.56 in afternoon trading on the Nasdaq
Anchorage for about 54 years
some of the congestion at the health more efﬁciently.” Stock Market. Earlier in the day, the stock fell
now, and we feel Anchorage is the center. But June Payne, director of Hour. The
Since Chua started at the health as much as 6 percent.
perfect venue for this event.’’ counselling and health services at center, Bullis said wait times had longest wait Marsh stock has traded in a 52-week range be-
Competitors can choose from Ball State, said educating students dropped dramatically. In the last time at the tween $10.87 and $14.50.
several different categories, about the reasons for the delays, the week, wait times have ranged from Health Center Marsh operates 70 Marsh grocery stores, 38
including handlebar mustaches to developments underway to improve about ﬁve minutes to an hour, which last week. LoBill Foods stores, eight O’Malia Food Markets
services and the use of the health has been standard for the past few and 160 Village Pantry convenience stories in
those sporting the ‘‘Fu Manchu’’
fee is imperative. weeks, Bullis said. Indiana and western Ohio.
style. There also are categories Although the hiring of an addi- The $3.4 million loss for the three-month
for those preferring to grow HIRING A DOCTOR tional full-time physician is expect- period ending Oct. 15 followed a proﬁt of $1.3
goatees and other partial beards. Bullis said a number of recent en- ed to cut down on the time it takes million in that same time last year. The com-
hancements are expected to aug- patients to be seen, Bullis said the Approximate number of pany said revenue for that quarter this year in-
ment the plethora of services the nature of an urgent care facility is patients at any given time. creased almost 5 percent to $549.6 million.
health center provides. The most another reason. Marsh also announced Tuesday it was sus-
Randolph County signiﬁcant of these enhancements “It is a walk-in basis and while we pending its quarterly dividends until the gro-
was the recent hiring would like to staff the health cen- cer could improve its ﬁnancial position.
officials auction of a new doctor, ter so that there is never a wait, we Spencer Sutcliffe, a supermarket analyst with
jail on eBay Raymond would have to staff 30 to 40 doc- 40/86 Advisors in Carmel, Ind., said Marsh’s
Chua, in tors,” Bullis said. “That is not cost- Amount charged by bursar announcement was not unexpected.
(AP) — Along with concert Octo- efﬁcient. It would cost students an “Their operations have not been good,”
for health services fees to
tickets, sports memorabilia and be r, excessive amount of money if we he said. “I think it’s an acknowledgment by
each student per semester.
designer handbags, add a Missouri were to do that.” (Marsh) that something needs to be done.”
jail to the list of things you can buy
on eBay. REDUCING WAIT TIMES
Randolph County ofﬁcials Even with an additional doctor, RACISM
have decided to sell their old jail students said the wait times are still
on the auction site as soon as Amount charged for
today. Bidding starts at $32,500, student health insurance
said Jim Myles, a county Please see SOLUTIONS, page 2 per year.
County leaders say they got
the idea to sell the jail from
neighboring Howard County,
“I don’t know if we need to tell the professors
which sold its jail to a Los Angeles to stop requiring absence notes,
lawyer who plans to renovate it
into a country getaway. or if we need to tell students
The two-story structure
resembles a quaint home more
to stop taking advantage of the system.”
than a secure lockdown. That’s
because until 1989, the jail
medical director Students lead efforts to solve
doubled as home to the county
sheriff and his family, with a campus discrimination problems
separate living quarters including Erin Moody ■ Chief Reporter
a full kitchen and ﬁreplace. The
sheriff’s wife even cooked meals Instead of relying on others to solve social inequal-
for prisoners. Arrive before 11 a.m. ity problems on campus, some Ball State University
students are searching for their own solutions.
on a Tuesday or Wednesday
“Every major civil rights movement was started
to avoid long wait times. by students,” Derick Virgil, director of the Multicul-
DNNOTES DN PHOTOS/
tural Center, said.
Students showed they understood the challenge
WEATHER NICHOLAS BENNER of confronting discrimination by participating in
High: 38 an open forum Tuesday night at the L.A. Pittenger
Low: 27 Student Center. About 100 students, faculty, staff
Some clouds and administrators participated in the forum.
Detailed forecast, PAGE 2 The forum was created after at least ﬁve reported
Health Center’s Staff incidents of verbal harassment of black female stu-
REMINDER Since 2003, the loss of key members of the Health Center’s staff has created a shortage dents. Passing motorists yelled racial slurs at the
that has strained daily procedures and contributed to extended wait times for patients. women walking down McKinley Avenue at night.
Final exams begin Students such as senior Shaun Whitﬁeld said they
Dec. 13. June 2003: Full-time staff claims temporary disabil- completes training and nurse practitioner, were angry at ﬁrst, but now Whitﬁeld said he want-
physician Dr. Gyorgy Polcz ity, unable to work due to hired as a full-time staff left. ed to deal with the problems and ﬁnd solutions.
becomes ill. illness. physician. Other students agreed they had to take an ac-
CONTACT US October 2005: Dr. tive role in changing the community they live in.
News desk: 285-8255 June 2003: Polcz works on December 2004: Polcz August 2005: Heath Cen- Raymond Chua hired to ﬁll President Jo Ann Gora, Black Student Association
Sports desk: 285-8245 and off until December. leaves the Health Center. ter became understaffed staff physician position, President Devin Day and Asian American Student
Editor: 285-8249 after James Mulloney, alleviating shortage. Association President Lily Tsay spoke during the
Classified: 285-8247 December 2003: Polcz July 2005: Deidre Dorman
Please see FORUM, page 2
PAGE 2 l NEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2005 l THE BALL STATE DAILY NEWS
1866 Work begins on first U.S. underwater high-
way tunnel in Chicago
Solutions: Campus fee lower than other clinical costs
1924 First photo facsimile transmitted across Atlan- Continued from PAGE 1 services fee each student is re-
tic Ocean, from London to New York City, by radio
“I waited in the waiting room
“When you go to your health care provider after quired to pay every semester,
is not the solution, Bullis said.
1952 Jacki Robinson charges the New York Yan-
kees with racism
for about two minutes, but once leaving the university, the reality of it is you are “A health fee is only a limited
the nurse did all of the blood disincentive,” Bullis said. “If
pressure and heart rate tests going to wait.” we introduce a co-pay of $20
NEWSLINK@9 FORECAST I had to wait an hour before a
or whatever, it would dramati-
doctor came in,” Karl Wagner, cally decrease the number of
Today expect another chilly day with temperatures reaching the high 30s. Director of counseling and health services
a 27-year-old junior majoring students who will come in to
This morning we could see a few flurries, but by this afternoon we could see in telecommunications, said. be seen. But then we would
peaks of sunshine. Tomorrow there is another chance for snow as a weak “I was about to leave and go to when and when not to see the said. “When we have students also have a lot of students
disturbance rolls through Indiana. The light snow showers will diminish as the the emergency room because doctor. That is just a part of dealing with sicknesses such with serious health problems
day progresses. Temperatures will stay consistently in the mid-30s through the my back was killing me. But I the educational experience.” as upper respiratory infec- that would not spend the ﬁve
weekend. A chance of snow showers will also stay in the forecast through the bucks to be seen.”
don’t have health insurance, so Payne said the long wait time tions, they need to be seen
start of next week. - FROM JENNY COOK, NEWSLINK@9 Although many students
there really wasn’t any other was a result of the high demand. right away. I suspect students
option. I had to wait until after If students are not satisﬁed with would be much more unhappy complain about the health
WEATHER THIS WEEK Thanksgiving break to come the current system, she said the if we were to move to sched- fee, Payne said the health fee
THURSDAY Light Snow, High: 36, Low: 25 in here, and they just charge it alternative would be scheduling uled appointments.” is less than what students can
FRIDAY Mostly Cloudy, High: 32, Low: 20 to my Bursar’s account.” appointments, which has sever- Payne added an appointment expect to pay per doctor visit
To minimize some of the al inefﬁciencies. does not guarantee less of a once they leave the university.
SATURDAY Chance of Light Snow, High: 34, Low: 20 The student health fees are
pressure on the health center “Being a walk-in facility, we wait time.
SUNDAY Light Snow Showers, High: 35, Low: 20 staff, Bullis said he plans to ex- can see more people,” Payne “When you go to your health used directly to support the
TUESDAY Light Snow Showers, High: 35, Low: 22 pand the health center Web site said. “If we opt to have sched- care provider after leaving health center, Payne said.
to include medical information uled appointments, we would the university, the reality of it “Nurses and physicians
to help students become more have to ﬁgure out what the is you are going to wait,” she are outsourced to Cardinal
DAYS AHEAD sophisticated in their self-diag- problem is and decide how said. “If you see a specialist, Health,” Payne said. “Ball State
nosis and treatment. long we would spend with each you will need an appointment uses the health fees to pay
TODAY “The number one thing we patient prior to them coming and you are probably going to Cardinal Health to support the
treat is the common cold, bron- into the health center. That have to wait.” program in the Health Center.
BALL STATE PRE-LAW INTEREST GROUP chitis, sinusitis,” Bullis said. “I slows the process down.” Many students will look at the
The Ball State Pre-law Interest Group is offering all students the want to include information on Payne said the scheduled ap- PAYING FOR CARE fee and say that they never go
opportunity to talk to practicing attorneys today at 7 p.m. in WB how to overcome these sorts of pointment approach is not a Bullis said another possible to the Health Center. But over a
Room 148. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org for pizza! complaints without having to good model when dealing with alternative would be to move four- or ﬁve-year program, it is
visit a doctor. It is important acute illnesses. to a co-pay system, but charg- hard to say that you will never
KNITTING AND CROCHET CLUB SALE for students to become much “The nearest appointment ing students fees, in addition go. It is available if a student
Stop by the Atrium first floor under the steps today or tomorrow from more sophisticated in terms of could be two weeks out,” she to the mandatory $66 health ever needs it.”
10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. for the winter Knitting and Crochet Club Sale.
Hats, scarfs, mittens and other items will be there for you to buy as
gifts or for yourself.
THURSDAY Forum: Students attend Schedule: SGA looks into
CRU Thursday in Pruis Hall at 9:15 p.m. We will address the question,
“Are you sick of religion?” Explore www.ballstateCRU.com to learn
where we meet every week; a Biblestudy near you.
event, offer solutions future calendar change
Continued from PAGE 1 When Sharon Bowman, chair- Continued from PAGE 1 she wasn’t very involved in the
MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES woman of Counseling Psychol- calendar process; however, she
The Mathematical Department presents a colloquium: “Experiences “We can talk about things as ogy and Guidance Services, “The University Senate has was in support of the elimina-
of an Actuarial Intern,” by Greyling Stanton, a Ball State student, on much as we want, but this is the heard about instances of dis- asked us to look into the ac- tion of Saturday ﬁnals.
Thursday in RB 447 from 12:30 p.m. to 1 p.m. ﬁrst step to acting them out,” crimination in the classroom, creditation impact and come “It hasn’t died, and we haven’t
Tsay said. she said students should bring up with proposals,” Geraci forgotten about it,” Gora said. “We
During the forum, students these problems to the attention said, “but I think that’s a step just don’t know how to do it.”
split into groups led by faculty of the department chairperson, in the wrong direction. I came The solution Gora prefers is
and administration to discuss
BRACKEN NEWS YOU CAN USE issues of social inequality.
who should act on them.
“If enough of you come and tell
up with a good, strong pro- to not have Fall Break and to
posal last year that was de- add an instructional day to the
■ Bracken is your destination for research, learning and friends. The groups presented their us it’s happening, we have to do feated without a good reason. Fall Semester, she said.
Great spaces for collaboration and study. Wireless connectivity ideas to the entire forum; how- something,” she said. “I want to It seems like they are going to Balogh said she hoped Uni-
for your laptops. Quality print and e-resources. ever, the presentation time be- say that is true for all the other start the process over again.” versity Senate will offer some
■ Librarians provide assistance for your research questions in came an opportunity for any- chairs, but I can’t do that.” Geraci said the elimination solutions by the end of Spring
person, by phone (285-1101) or by e-mail (select Ask a Librar- one to stand up and speak. Zac Davis, president of Spec- of Saturday ﬁnals was the SGA Semester.
“I thought the turnout was trum – Ball State’s gay, lesbian, administration’s top priority Geraci said he is doubtful.
ian at www.bsu.edu/library).
phenomenal,” Tiffany Wash- bisexual, transgender and for the remainder of the term. “Nothing about this process
■ Store your belongings in a locker for a quarter while you’re at
ington, assistant director of straight ally association – said “It’s something we worked re- has given me a reason to be
Bracken. Student Organizations and Ac- while faculty and staff should ally hard on, and it seems like optimistic about a time table
■ Warm up with a hot beverage and snack in the Bistro, first tivities, said. “I honestly didn’t help deal with the issues, stu- we are being held up by the ad- since the ﬁrst proposal was in
floor of Bracken’s southeast corner. know this many people would dents have a responsibility to 2001,” he said.
ministration,” he said.
show up, but it shows that peo- start the changes. President Jo Ann Gora said
ple are ready to take a stand. Ra- “We can’t light a ﬁre under the
SERVICE DIRECTORY cial and social injustice is intol- faculty and staff because we
erable, and these are students need to have the ﬁre ﬁrst,” Da-
The Ball State Daily News (USPS-144-360), the Ball State University that want to be proactive.” vis said.
student newspaper, is published Monday through Friday during the Some students offered to work Other forum participants said
academic year except for exam periods and vacations, and published on solutions. Graduate assistant Ball State needed Muncie com-
Monday, Wednesday and Thursday during summer sessions. David Taylor brought a propos- munity involvement. Addition- Your guide to entertainment every Thursday
The Daily News is supported in part by an allocation from the General al creating a core-curriculum ally, the problems will not end
Fund of the university and is available free to students at various points on diversity course. until the discovery and prose-
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years,” Taylor said. “I’ll take it the racial slurs, they said.
on my shoulders. We need to The forum did not come to
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2005 l THE BALL STATE DAILY NEWS FEATURES l PAGE 3
YOU SHOULD: GO SEE
BSU VARSITY BAND
The “Pride of Mid-America,” will take the stage at Emens Auditorium today
in full marching uniform.
WHEN: 7:30 p.m. WHERE: Emens Auditorium COST: Free
Media will be
Journalist Bob Garﬁeld explains
how technology affects the industry
Sean Bueter ■ Staff Reporter
The media is in a period of rapid change, and ac-
cording to at least one journalist, it’s headed for an
Author and National Public Radio host Bob Garﬁeld
gave a presentation at the L.A. Pittenger Student Cen-
ter Tuesday night on the media and their inner work-
ings as they address the problems of the future.
Garﬁeld, a veteran journalist and commentator,
co-hosts “On The Media” for NPR and is author of
the book “The Chaos Scenario.”
PHOTO COURTESY OF BSU PHOTO SERVICES Almost 300 people packed Cardinal Hall to hear
Garﬁeld’s presentation, which focused on the ef-
fects that new technology and new media outlets
Famously have on what he called “the old
media model.” Garﬁeld said he Air time
naked men believed it would take time for
the industry to change from the Garﬁeld’s show, “On
Ancient Greek current model, but that change The Media,” airs at
seems inevitable. 7 a.m. Saturday on
wrestlers Garﬁeld’s idea of a “chaos sce- Indiana Public Radio.
In modern times we call it ‘porn’ nario” says that the media as it
Two tanned, heavily-muscled exists is headed for extinction
young men poured olive oil on due to a fragmented audience and a signiﬁcant loss
each other then rolled around, of advertising dollars. He said he believed that the
clenching and embracing, their corporate media giants currently in operation will
give way to less expensive outlets. As advertisers
faces contorted, trying to pin the look for new outlets to spend their money, small
other guy to the ﬂoor. Meanwhile,
The Tony Award nominated musical rolls into Muncie a screaming crowd of older men
specialized operations will become the dominant
forces in media, he said.
with some light-hearted, full-frontal fun in togas could only guess who
would end up on top.
Garﬁeld said there is already evidence of this new
media in the expanding realm of citizen journalism.
“The collapse of the old media model will unleash
vast forces, and much of it will be coming at you,” he
Louis Jones ■ Staff Reporter hearted, and that helps with the 770th performance on Broad- The Amazon men
said, “but there’s nothing especially orderly about
college audience,” she added. way in 2000 and, during this Naked except for a clamp the media’s new world order.”
ale nudity Bob Myers, Director of Emens run, was nominated for ten In some tribes in the Amazon While Garﬁeld said proﬁts were important in me-
makes its Auditorium, also attests to “The Tony awards. The production’s Basin of South America, men tra- dia’s evolution, he said he thought audience interest
t heat r ica l Fully Monty’s” appeal among score was penned by then ﬁ rst-
ditionally wore nothing except for was the driving force behind the change.
debut in college students. time Broadway composer Da-
a clamp on the penis to keep the Paul Ranieri, director of Ball State’s Freshman
Muncie Sun- “It was one of the attractions vid Yazbek. Yazbek, a former
foreskin shut. Connections program, said he was pleased with
day night at that students on the advisory jingle-writer and author of the
Garﬁeld’s presentation, the ﬁnal for the program
Emens Auditorium. “The Full committee felt strongly about theme-song to “Where In the
Monty,” a hit Broadway musical bringing to campus,” he said. World is Carmen San Diego,” Chippendales Dancers “He touched on a lot of issues,” Ranieri said. “He
comedy based on the 1997 Acad- The two-act “Full Monty’s” also had a short stint as a gag
The cuffs and the collar gave everyone a lot to think about tonight.”
emy Award-winning ﬁlm of the plot follows six down-on-their- writer for “Late Night With Da-
same name, begins at 7:30 p.m. luck, unemployed steel work- vid Letterman” in 1986. Celebrating 16 years of techno-
and is free to Ball State students ers. After stumbling upon a The script for the musical powered fury, the lusty hunks
who claim a ticket and provide male striptease act in which was adapted from the original of Chippendales aren’t so much TELEVISION
a valid student ID in advance.
Marya Keefe, publicist for The
the dancers strip down to their
G-strings, the friends decide
screenplay by Tony Award-
winning playwright Terrence
dancers as visionaries who intro-
duced the male stripping world to Simon Cowell signs ﬁve year
Full Monty Tour, says the pro-
duction has been a hit on sev-
eral college campuses across
they can do the act one bet-
ter and go “the full monty.”
Though the production’s script
McNally, who is know for such
works as “Love! Valour! Com-
passion!” and “Master Class.”
both the male thong and assless
chaps. Thank you Chippendales!
contract with American Idol
NEW YORK (AP) — Simon Cowell will be in-
the nation. makes ample use of ribald hu- “The Full Monty” is directed
sulting prospective singers on ‘‘American Idol’’
“It deals with people who are mor, it also deals with gay and by Madeleine Loftin, based Adam for several years to come.
sort of trying to ﬁnd them- gender issues and stresses on original direction by Jack Naked in the garden Fox announced Tuesday that it had reached a
selves, which is something col- the importance of loyalty and O’Brien. Original choreogra- The original naked man, Adam deal that keeps the insult-wielding talent show
lege-aged people can relate to,” friendship. phy is by Jerry Mitchell and is
only decided to put some clothes judge on television’s most popular show for at
she said. “It’s also fun and light- “The Full Monty” put on its adapted by Denis Jones.
on after Eve came around. Still, least ﬁve more seasons. His contract had been
you can’t go wrong with a sexy ﬁg due to expire at the end of the season that starts
Four theories of the origin of the ‘full monty’ leaf loincloth. The announcement comes with the settlement
of a lawsuit against Cowell by fellow British
1. A complete three-piece suit table can be referred to as, “the full insistence on eating a full break- Boogie Nights pop impresario Simon Fuller. The lawsuit was
outﬁtted by tailor Montague Bur- monte.” fast each morning. Reﬂections of a giant penis reportedly a stumbling block in Fox being able
ton, supplier of outﬁts for many 3. British World War II Field 4. In an ‘80s television commer- Sorry to disappoint you but the to reach a deal to keep Cowell on ‘‘American
British troops during World War II, Marshal Bernard “Monty” Mont- cial for Del Monte fruit juice, an Idol.’’
massive member Mark Wahlberg
A spokeswoman for Fremantle Media, which
was commonly referred to as “the gomery was notorious for wearing actor asks for “the full Del Monte.” pulls out in front of the mirror is distributes ‘‘American Idol’’ and produces
full monty.” his full set of medals, or, his “full Whether or not the phrase was es- not his actual manly rod. It’s a Cowell’s new show, ‘‘X-Factor,’’ conﬁ rmed the
2. In the Spanish card game monte.” It’s also been speculated tablished before the airing of this prosthetic. Such is life. case had been settled out of court, but refused
“monte,” the pot in the middle of the that the phrase refers to Monty’s commercial is unclear. to give details. She said both sides were happy
with the outcome.
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AT ISSUE: Resolving years of disagreement over Fall Semester schedule will require cooperation
Students diligently attend classes every The Senate offered 2006-07 as the first and no one has been able to come up with What they’ve received in return is
week, Mondays through Fridays — and year of possible implementation for the a plan that pleases everyone. However, the the response from the administration
then they rest. Saturdays are virtually no-Saturday-finals policy. Because of that, issue has been under debate since 2001, that the proposal approved by both the
sacred in the student world: Fewer respon- many have been under the impression this so it’s time to find a viable solution. That’s University Senate and SGA is not possible.
sibilities and greater opportunities for fun. semester would be the last calendar with going to require the Student Government To this day, no collaborative resolution
Unless it’s Finals Week. Saturday finals. Association and the university adminis- has been proposed.
Students and professors deserve to But when the revised university calen- tration working together to re-plan the Basically, what we need at this point
end the academic semester on a Friday, dar came out this month: Saturday finals schedule. is less bureaucratic run-around and more
a typical school day, but year after year appeared yet again. Team Us has been fighting Saturday cooperation. In the interest of both stu-
when the calendar comes out, Saturday So, students and professors are left finals since it entered the SGA office. In dents and faculty members, a solution
remain in place. with a Monday of instruction during Finals fact, there isn’t much more the members must be found at the next meeting of the
On April 28, University Senate voted Week and a Saturday full of exams, which of the slate can do — they’ve proposed University Senate — even if that means
21-14 to eliminate Saturday finals, with a is not what Saturdays are for. alternate plans, met with university offi- both sides need to do a little compromising.
plan to meet the next week to resolve the Certainly, the extra instructional day of cials and even had the proposal passed in And when that finally happens, at least
issue of the extra instructional Monday. Fall Semester is difficult to contend with, University Senate last spring. one Saturday can be spent in celebration.
Brian Gorrell: Andrew Balke:
AT LEAST IT’S AN ETHOS BRAVE NEW WORLD
Spend $22 on flu shot Awareness cannot
for a healthy break fix all race relations
As most have probably heard by now, there
Last Winter Break, I came down with a nasty have been some racial concerns around our
flu. Largely unable to move for almost a week, campus as of late. In an oddly appropriate coinci-
I repeatedly asked myself, “What did I do to dence, the backdrop for all of this has been Asian
deserve this?” It really wasn’t anything I had American Awareness Month. The article “A month
done to cause my misery; rather, it was some- of Asian inspiration” in the Nov. 1 edition of
thing I had not done. I hadn’t gotten a flu shot. the Daily News kicked off a month chock-full of
Granted, there was a shortage of flu shots last events aimed at promoting awareness.
year compared to this year, but the Web site for In the article, Lily Tsay, president of the Asian
the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention American Student Association, noted the month
states, “the single best way to protect against the of awareness events can “become an open forum”
flu is to get vaccinated each fall.” between cultures, as well as “show there is a
So this year, I took matters into my own hands middle ground.”
— well, into my upper arm, to be more precise. This is an idea that many adhere to: Awareness
I got my flu shot Tuesday at the Amelia T. and greater diversity are the keys to improved race
Wood Student Health Center because, as the Patrick Hogan is a Ball State student. His views do not necessarily agree with those of the Daily News. relations. Problem is, diversity is a pretty vague
old saying goes, “spend a few idea — but not half as vague as
days bed-ridden with throbbing awareness. What exactly is one
muscles and a sore throat once,
shame on flu; spend a few days Lance Vaillancourt: DIET WATER supposed to be aware of?
I decided I would show my
bed-ridden with throbbing mus- awareness by nicknaming one
cles and a sore throat two years
running, shame on me.”
Now is your chance to pro-
tect yourself. Flu vaccinations
Sandwich, pretzel, pancake constitute of my Asian coworkers “Little
China.” It was, of course, in fun,
but it didn’t really answer the
modern-day excuse for miracles
question. So when Little China
are available to all Ball State invited me to go to Melanie
University students again today Castillo-Cullather’s speech about
Brian Gorrell at the Health Center. Just go to awareness, I had to go.
is a senior
is a senior the lobby between 9:30 a.m. and Castillo-Cullather talked
Sacramento is the capital city of California food. He likes it when we eat our food. I don’t telecommunications
telecommunications 11 a.m. or between 3:30 p.m. — fact. think it angers Him if we stare at it for a while about issues facing the Asian
and 5 p.m. You’ll most likely major and writes
and psychology Right now in Sacramento, a steady stream of first — the way a child might look into a group community here in the United
‘Brave New World’
major and writes ‘At need only about 20 minutes for skeptics and feeble-minded congregation mem- of clouds to see familiar images — but when it’s States. She also talked about
the entire process — just 20 for the Daily News.
Least It’s An Ethos’ bers are flocking to the courtyard of a local all said and done, we’re blessed to have it, and her experiences with racism
minutes can save you hours and His views do not
for the Daily News. church to observe a white we should eat it while it’s hot. in Indiana and something she
days spent curled up in the fetal necessarily agree
His views do not marble statue of the Virgin If the image is really that striking: Take a called “everyday racism.” To
position, relegated to a listless, with those of the
necessarily agree Mary that has been reported picture, tell all your friends when you get the be honest, I was taken aback
useless heap. newspaper.
with those of the to cry streams of blood from photos back and see what kind of looks you get. for two reasons.
newspaper. Many people believe only First, some of the things
its left eye — fact. But don’t force divinity onto a coincidence by
babies or the elderly should get that Castillo-Cullather described as racially
That this occurrence is a telling your local anchorman that God drew a
flu vaccines. This is simply not offensive and even downright racist were
bona fide, genuine, hand- picture of his mommy on your Spam-burger.
the case. The vaccination is here to help anyone things that happen often — like an Asian per-
of-God “miracle” — highly God doesn’t need or want that kind of atten-
who doesn’t enjoy suffering through the symp- son being mistaken for someone else because,
debatable. tion because when God performs a miracle,
toms of influenza. Though, if you do enjoy suf- to some, Asians look alike or the fact that
Is it just me, or are people everyone who needs to know about it will.
fering through flu symptoms, you should seek Asians are often thought of as foreigners or
starting to throw around Which brings us back to Sacramento and the
another kind of help. Lance Vaillancourt outsiders because of the way they look, even if
the term “miracle” a bit too bloody Mary, where, according to an Associated
The vaccine costs $22, and the Health Center is a senior English they grew up in the United States.
loosely? Especially since Press article, “Thousands of such incidents are
accepts cash or credit card, and it can even major and writes Suddenly, all I could think of was Little China
this particular case-of-the- reported around the world each year.” Well,
charge the cost to — drum roll please — your ‘Diet Water’ for and that nickname I’d given her, but what sur-
crying-statue — which, to that’s funny, because I’ve never heard of any
bursar’s account. Caring for your health is a the Daily News. prised me most was that anyone would call such
me, sounds more like an case of God performing the same miracle more
legitimate expenditure that your parents should His views do not things racism in the first place.
Encyclopedia Brown adven- than once. I thought that particular chore was
understand — the $400 you dropped on an Xbox necessarily agree Don’t get me wrong, racism does exist and
ture than the meticulous relegated to parlor magicians who have long
360 last week is probably a different story. with those of the raising awareness about cultural issues can help
masterwork of the creator of since given up their dreams of doing Vegas in
In case you’ve never been there, the Health newspaper. defeat it, but too often, this drive for awareness
the universe — merely caps exchange for cranking out balloon animals at
Center is located on Neely Avenue, across from leads to sensitivity levels disproportionate to
the past year’s rather absurd birthday parties so they can keep making car
Studebaker West Complex and right down the the situations. Too often, things are read into a
string of nationally-hyped payments while feeding their coke habits.
road from Irving Gym. person’s intent that simply are not there. And so,
excuses for miracles. I mean, He spoke the universe into exis-
I was worried the vaccination process might everyday racism becomes something of a self-per-
It was around this time last year, after all, tence. Do you really think making a statue in
be confusing, but it wasn’t. All you do is go to petuating cycle.
a grilled cheese sandwich bearing the butter- Sacramento cry is within even the tiniest shred
the Health Center lobby and look for the red “Flu People become reluctant to speak their minds
fried image of the Virgin Mary sold on eBay for of His artistic ambition? I personally think if He
Shots” poster, which is at a table with informa- for fear they might offend someone, or they feel
$28,000. was going to think that small, He would just as
tion and the consent form. After you read and the need to qualify what they really want to say
Not to be outdone, in March, God chose to soon give Frog Baby a runny nose or make the
sign the consent form, you take it to the Health with “I’m not racist, but ...” This isn’t an improve-
stamp his divinity upon the salted-treat empire Naked Lady fart as He would perform a cliché
Center pharmacy to pay for your vaccination, ment; the fear hasn’t been eliminated, it’s merely
by causing a nativity-based Madonna and Child that divides so many of His followers on the
then return to the table where a nurse adminis- changed places.
to appear within the twists of a Rold Gold true nature of its origin.
ters your vaccine, and you’re on your merry way. This isn’t the solution, it’s part of the problem.
Honey Mustard Pretzel. I just don’t think a true miracle is open to
The Health Center asks you to wear clothing When it’s all about race, sadly, it’s all about race.
Did I forget to mention the Pope in a pan- interpretation. A true miracle will bring people
that will allow easy access to your upper arm This sounds a little redundant, but if it’s all about
cake? Last month, a family in Jackson, Mich., together, not split them apart. A true miracle
— although you probably shouldn’t go topless, race on one end, it tends to become so on the
made a pancake and, instead of eating it with will enlighten, not confuse. And most impor-
since you don’t want to catch a cold or flu on other end as well.
syrup, decided to call the local news station to tantly, if you need to see a miracle to have faith,
the way there. The point is: Awareness is a two-way street.
inform everyone that You Know Who had mani- your heart isn’t in the right place anyway.
Also, the CDC notes that influenza is most Maybe Little China was just a nickname, but had
fested an image of the Pope onto some burnt Now ... who wants pancakes?
easily spread through coughs and sneezes, so I taken the time to be sure it was all right? Had I
you should especially get a vaccine if you live in even thought about it?
Now, among my many personal beliefs about Write to Lance at
the residence halls. You will be living in close Similarly, this “everyday racism” charge
God, one of them is that He wants us to eat our email@example.com
quarters with many others, touching the same can pigeonhole even well-meaning people.
surfaces dozens of people have sneezed and Disproportionate sensitivity leads to suspi-
coughed on all flu season long. cion — and suspicion is the beginning of fear,
Every flu season brings a new variant of flu anger and hostility.
strands, and this could be your lucky year. FORUM POLICY The true path to racial harmony lies not in
Fortunately, vaccine manufacturers are looking diversity or over-sensitivity. The true path lies
out for us; included in each vaccine are dead The Daily News opinion page appear as space permits each day. decides this on an individual basis
aims to stimulate discussion in The limit for letter length is approxi- and must consult the writer before in understanding one another from a human
strands of flu that experts predict are most perspective — that’s one thing we all have in
likely to strike this season. the Ball State community. The mately 350 words. All letters must withholding the name.
Daily News welcomes reader be typed. The editor reserves the Lengthy letters that focus on an common, our shared human experiences. That’s
Now is not the time to act like Macho Man where the focus should be.
Randy Savage, insisting you “don’t ever get sick.” viewpoints and offers four vehi- right to edit and condense submis- issue affecting students might be
cles of expression for reader opin- sions for length as well as clarity. considered for “Your Turn” columns And cutting each other a little slack can go a
Instead, do yourself a favor and get vaccinated at long way in making that happen.
the Health Center today. ions: letters to the editor, guest The name of the author is usually at the editor’s discretion. Those
columns, feedback on our Web published but may be withheld for interested in submitting responses
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street prkg.Avail. Jan 1. 748-6018 or 3 bed 2 bath condo with new wood $550/mo +utils. Avail now. 284-6195 747-9503 One 4 bdrm. house. W/D +A/C, very
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PAGE 6 l SPORTS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2005 l THE BALL STATE DAILY NEWS
YOU SHOULD: GO SEE
Team fights to keep undefeated record intact
as it takes on the unbeaten Illinois State Redbirds.
WHEN: 7 p.m. Wednesday WHERE: Worthen Arena COST: Free with Student ID
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEN’S BASKETBALL
“I don’t think we are anywhere close to playing at our full potential.”
MRI shows knee injury
Cardinals aim at record
Ball State attempts
True freshman will
play point guard if
whole situation,” Buckley
said. “Everybody’s optimistic
and we’re just trying to be as
positive as we can be.”
If Stovall doesn’t play on
needed on Saturday Saturday, Buckley will turn
to open season with to freshman Maurice Acker
Sean Stevenson ■ Chief Reporter to play the point guard posi-
best start in its history tion. Acker’s playing style is
The injury that could have similar to Stovall’s because
Andy Scheidler ■ Chief Reporter severely affected the men’s he is a playmaker who can
basketball team’s season may also score. Other players who
The Ball State University wom- only affect the team for one Buckley said could step into
en’s basketball team is looking game. the point position are juniors
to make history. A win tonight MRI tests concluded that ju- Chris Ames, Skip Mills and
would give the Cardinals (4-0) nior Peyton Stovall suffered freshman Jalon Perryman.
their best start to open a sea- a left knee sprain and will “We’re looking at just trying
son in school history. be listed day-to-day for Sat- to ﬁnd out different guards
The team standing in the urday’s game against Butler. who might be able to step
Cards way is fellow unbeaten Stovall, who is averaging 15 up,” Buckley said.
Illinois State. The Redbirds (4- points per game this season, Another player who could
0) are off to their best start will go through treatment step into the role is junior
since 1973-74. The teams will and rehabilitation the rest Darren Yates. Buckley said
play at 7 p.m. tonight in Worth- of the week and his recovery Yates could be ready to play
en Arena. will determine if he plays on in Saturday’s game against
Junior forward Krista Stewart Saturday. Butler. Yates met with doc-
said another win would give the Stovall suffered the knee in- tors yesterday to determine if
Cards even more conﬁdence. jury in Ball State University’s he can play and practice for
“I think that accomplish- win over Wright State on Sat- this weekend.
ing something that our school urday when he went up for a “We just want to make sure
hasn’t been able to yet would rebound and fell to the ﬂoor everything’s in place and
be great,” Stewart said. “Obvi- holding his left knee. Stovall ready to go,” Buckley said.
ously the big picture is that we stayed on the ground for a “He’s done a terriﬁc job of
want to win the [Mid-American few minutes before walking maintaining stamina and
Conference], and no one has himself to Ball State’s bench. keeping his weight down. I
done that. So if we take small The sprain occurred in the think it’s just a matter of get-
goals up to the MAC Champi- DN PHOTO/CHRIS FALLON, FILE same knee that Stovall suf- ting on the court and getting
onship, that will give us con- FRESHMAN KILEY JARRETT steals the ball from North Dakota State’s Brenda Slyt. The Cardinals won the Ball State fered an ACL tear in last sea- back in shape.”
ﬁdence when we go into the Credit Union Classic on Sunday afternoon. son’s Mid-American Confer- The 6-foot-2-inch guard had
tournament.” ence ﬁrst-round tournament surgery in mid-October to re-
The Cards started 4-0 in 1999- the Redbirds lone senior and Green sprained her right knee TODAY’S GAME: game. pair a stress fracture in his
2000 before losing to Bradley is the leading scorer at 17.2 in the closing seconds of Ball Illinois St. at Ball St. Coach Tim Buckley said he right foot. He was expected
by two points. Ball State ﬁn- points per game. State’s victory over Evansville has been impressed with how to miss six to eight weeks and
ished the season 16-13. This will be the last Tuesday. She Time: 7 p.m. Stovall has handled the in- at least the ﬁrst two games of
One reason why the Cards are fourth straight missed both games Attend: Worthen Arena jury. the regular season. Yates av-
unbeaten is their ability to gain home game for of the Ball State “We feel really good about eraged 3.9 points per game in
the Cards. Ball Credit Union Clas-
Listen: WRCD 93.1 webcast,
big leads in the ﬁrst half. Ball how he’s responded to the 28 games last season.
State is averaging nearly an 18 State has held sic. WXFN 1340 AM
point lead at halftime. its opponents to Although the
Illinois State is a second-half 58.7 points per Cards are unde-
team, outscoring its opponents game at home feated, Stewart said NO. NAME P YR. PTS.
162-111 after halftime this sea- while it has there is still room
scored 74.7. for improvement. 1 Bolte, T. G Jr. 11.0
son. Ball State, however, has
been outscored in the second “We have to “I don’t think we 11 Corbin, K. G Jr. 9.8
half, 150-145. play defense as are anywhere close 14 DeMuth, J. G So. 13.3
Coach Tracy Roller said the a team,” senior to playing at our
two teams have players who Raechelle Hamp- full potential,” she 13 Hampton, R. C Sr. 8.3
match up similarly. ton said. “It’s said. “Every day 35 Stewart, K. F Sr. 13.5
“I think the difference might not an individual in practice we still
come from experience,” Roller thing. We have to Season history battle things that REDBIRDS (4-0)
said. “We have a little more ex- play together, de- A win for the Cardinals we need to work
NO. NAME P YR. PTS.
perienced team. tonight will give the team on. I think we’re at
“Whoever takes care of the F r e s h m a n its best start to open a a good point at the 10 Cirone, K. G Fr. 14.0
ball, plays defense and does guard Porchia start of the year, 12 Sandstead, A. G So. 11.0
season in school history. but we deﬁnitely
the little things will win.”
Illinois State starts one se- practice Tuesday The last time the Cardi- can get better.” 24 Shelton, A. F So. 11.2
nior, two sophomores and two and is day-to- nals started 4-0 was in 25 Hallstrom, H. F/C Sr. 17.2
freshmen. Holly Hallstrom is day, Roller said. 1999-2000. 35 Lewis, N. C Sr. 4.2
DN PHOTO/CHRISTOPHER WEDDLE, FILE
ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC TRAINER TONY COX and coach Tim Buckley
comfort Peyton Stovall after he took a hard fall against Wright State on
Ohio University retains coach after drunk driving arrest SCHOLARSHIP
Head coach of the contract.
‘‘I cannot crawl in a hole. I can-
not take a step backward,’’ said
from any member of our de-
partment,’’ Hocutt said.
He said he and McDavis met
Donation in honor of men’s basketball fan
Bobcats apologizes Solich, whose team went 4-7 in sity President with Solich and discussed the A new scholarship has been created at Ball State University
his ﬁrst year after he spent six Roderick Mc- possibility of ﬁring him or ask- to provide ﬁnancial assistance to a men’s basketball player
for error in judgment years as the coach at his alma Davis said, ing him to resign. each year.
mater, Nebraska. ‘‘I can try to ‘‘There is a les- Solich said he was trying to The scholarship was endowed to honor Susan A. Bell, who
ATHENS, Ohio (AP) — A use this as an experience in my son here. It is a reach his players and hoped was a long-time supporter of the men’s basketball program
day after he was convicted of life that has happened. There’s lesson that all to have a meeting at which he before her death in 2004.
drunken driving, Frank Solich no way I can take it back.’’ FRANK SOLICH has of us have to would discuss what he had Bell’s husband, R. Donald Bell, created the fund with a
agreed on Tuesday to become Solich, 61, was arrested Satur- a career record of be much more done wrong. $52,000 gift to the university.
involved in alcohol education day night by police who found 58-19 at Nebraska conscientious ‘‘My feeling is that when I have
Susan Bell, who was born in 1928 in Morgantown, Ky.,
initiatives on campus as part him slumped over the wheel in and ﬁnished 4-7 at in our behav- an opportunity to get in front
of new conditions imposed on his vehicle, which was facing ior.’’ of them, we’ll have a strong enrolled at Ball State after the youngest of her three sons
Ohio this year. entered kindergarten when she was 40-years-old. She earned
him to keep his job as Ohio the wrong direction on a one- Solich apolo- discussion what this all means
University’s football coach. way street. gized in the and where this is going to take a bachelor’s degree in English with honors in 1972 from the
Ohio athletic director Kirby Solich was found guilty on courtroom on Monday, then us all,’’ Solich said. ‘‘We’ll try to university.
Hocutt said at a news confer- Monday after he pleaded no apologized several times dur- move forward from there.’’ After graduating with the degree, Bell became one of the
ence that Solich has also agreed contest. He had his license ing Tuesday’s news conference. Solich had a record of 58-19 men’s basketball team’s biggest fans and attended every
to publicly address his arrest and suspended for 180 days, was ‘‘Frank’s conduct was inap- in his six years at Nebraska but home game.
conviction and to be put on pro- ﬁned $250 and was ordered propriate and does not repre- was ﬁred after the Cornhusk- The Susan A. Bell scholarship will be awarded at the annual
bation for the remainder of his to complete a three-day driver sent the leadership we expect ers went 7-7 in 2003.
men’s basketball banquet.