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Utahns compete in sculpting
hundreds of pounds of butter
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LET THERE BE LIGHT
Star runner seriously Utah marine
injured in bike accident killed in car
By LINDSEY IORG
months, causing her to miss the world
championships and cross country and
“Kassi was our number one returning
Six-time All-American BYU track and runner,” Shane said. “It’s hard to replace
cross country star Kassi Anderson frac- someone like her. But we’re grateful she
wasn’t hurt any worse.”
tured a pelvis plate when the trailer of a
truck ran over her in a biking accident Anderson is at the University of Utah Hyde Park family mourns fallen
Saturday. Medical Center and will undergo an op-
eration on her pelvis.
man — one of seven recent victims
Anderson was following her brother
down American Fork Canyon when she Earlier this year, Anderson placed
came around a blind corner the same second at the Olympic trials after she
time a truck pulling a trailer crossed the broke her ankle while competing in stee-
road. plechase. The injury prevented her from Associated Press Writer
When Anderson spotted the truck, she running, but Anderson relied on biking
tried to lay the bike down, but her ankle 50 to 90 miles a day to prepare for the sea- SALT LAKE CITY — The family of a Utah Ma-
got caught in the pedal, causing her to son. rine conﬁrmed Tuesday that the 22-year-old soldier
ﬂip into the road, said Patrick Shane, Shane said that Anderson is handling from Hyde Park was one of the seven Marines killed
BYU women’s cross country head coach. the injuries remarkably well. Monday in a car bomb attack near Fallujah, Iraq.
Although Anderson managed to miss “She’s emotional at times,” Shane Lance Cpl. Michael Allred, of the 2-1 Fox com-
the truck, the trailer rolled over her left said. “But she’s also grateful that [the pany, third platoon out of Camp Pendleton, Calif.,
Photo by Emily Raymond
elbow and pelvis. accident] wasn’t worse. She has a lot of was scheduled to leave Iraq in January after his
support and loving family members and
Anderson, left, competes in the Olympic Oval Qualiﬁer Invitational in four-year term expired, said his older brother Brad
Anderson’s injuries will prevent her
from competing for the next six to eight teammates.” February. Allred.
U.S. military ofﬁcials haven’t yet released the
identity of the seven victims.
The attack contributed to the Iraq war death toll
STUDYING UNDER THE FLAGS
rising above 1,000 since military operations began
in March 2003, according to an Associated Press
Brad Allred, 26, said his younger brother Michael
Allred had always wanted to be in military service
or law enforcement, and died doing something he
“He was looking forward to coming home and be-
ing done, but he didn’t regret his service,” he said.
“He was happy to serve, and he knew what he was
doing was right.”
Allred said the family was still trying to plan me-
morial services, and has had “a nonstop stream of
visitors” at their home in Hyde Park, about 70 miles
north of Salt Lake City.
Allred said he wasn’t sure what his brother had
planned after he returned home in January, but
that Michael Allred had talked about buying a mo-
torcycle and traveling with a family member.
He said the family was mourning, but taking
the loss well because Michael so ﬁrmly believed in
“Knowing that he believed in what he was doing,
and he was where he wanted to be — that makes it a
little better,” he said.
family try to adjust
and maintain hope
Photo by Jacob Joslin
By DAVID HINCKLE Y
Students study on the first floor of the Tanner building Tuesday. The Tanner building is home to the Marriott School of Business.
More than a week into the semester and three and
a half months into their ordeal, friends of missing
BYU student Brooke Wilberger continue to hope for
Students, faculty follow Jennings as his her return, even as they try to resume normal life.
“Honestly, I expect the ﬁrst three months or so
[of school] will be hard,” said Brittany Knight, one
‘Jeopardy!’ winning streak continues this week
of Wilberger’s friends from U-Hall in Deseret Tow-
ers last year, and a sophomore from Bountiful. “I
can totally feel the emptiness — it’s hard to go out
and do fun things, knowing she isn’t here.”
Wilberger, 19, disappeared from outside an apart-
ment, as the season has already been cording to Nielsen Media Research.
KEN JENNINGS ment complex in Corvallis, Ore., on May 24. Flip-
recorded and a leak in the outcome of By the week of July 5 the show had
ﬂops and cleaning supplies she had been carrying
By JAMES GRE AVES the run would affect the show’s rat- 12.6 million viewers. Did you miss last season? were found in the apartment parking lot, which
ings. Jennings has also visited both
But, he can talk about it on “Jeop- the David Letterman and Jay Leno
Catch up on the latest info: tipped police off with the possibility of an abduc-
BYU students and faculty are
ardy!” itself. shows. < Consecutive wins: 39 tion.
among millions paying close atten-
“It’s starting to be a lot of money,” Members of the computer science “I sobbed for almost two weeks straight,” said
tion to Ken Jennings’ “Jeopardy!” < Money won Tuesday:
sweep, which continued with the Jennings said on Monday’s show. department are among those affected close family friend Janelle Blake from Bountiful.
start of the new season Monday This season, Jennings will have by the phenomenon. $21,800 “We got a bunch of people together and put up post-
night. a shot at the $2.18 million winnings “Once the new season kicks in in ers all over Provo.”
< Money won to date:
After Monday’s $10,001 win, Jen- record set by Kevin Olmstead, a the fall we put his winnings on the Blake’s efforts contributed to a large-scale search
nings, a BYU graduate, had won a to- contestant on “Who Wants to Be a Internet on the computer science $1,353,461 and investigation of Brooke; hundreds of acres in
tal of $1,331,661 on the show, placing Millionaire?” and Thom McKee’s 43- Web site,” said Gene Larson, opera- Oregon were searched and thousands of people
him ﬁfth on the list of all-time televi- game winning-streak record on “Tic tions and systems manager. have been interviewed, said Lt. Ron Noble from the
sion money winners. Tac Dough,” a Hollywood game show Larson said Jennings has abso- Corvallis Police Department in Oregon.
BYU fans and others are excited to based on tic tac toe. lutely boosted the popularity of the “We’re still getting leads every day,” he said. “We
Monday’s victory was Jennings’ show in the area. People are calling sode. For an answer one of the contes- don’t have the big one yet, but we’re not stalled by
see Jennings back on the show after
the game show’s summer break. thirty-ninth and his winning streak the phenomenon the “Jennings Jug- tants wrote “whatever Ken writes.” any stretch of the imagination.”
Jennings, 30, a software engineer has attracted national and local at- gernaut.” Jeff Ritter, game spokesman, was The continuing investigation received a fresh
from Murray, is a graduate in com- tention. Ratings have soared. There The feelings of fellow contestants unavailable for comment. boost last week from the National Center for
puter science and English. He and were 8.4 million “Jeopardy!” viewers can be summed up in a response to “Jeopardy!” is on weeknights at Missing and Exploited Children when three
his family were unavailable for com- at the start of the run on June 2, ac- the ﬁnal jeopardy round in one epi- 7:30pm on KJZZ, channel 14. See BROOKE on Page 3
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SENIOR METRO REPORTER Bremen Leak the start of the new school year, members of
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the Sikh community said. But the students
weren’t allowed to attend class and were
then make the call that
SENIOR SPORTS REPORTER Rob Weiler
PHOTOGRAPHER Robb Costello
made to wait in the cafeteria, Sikhs said. will change your life!
The contentious law — aimed at keep-
PHOTOGRAPHER Jake Joslin ing Muslim head scarves out of classrooms
PHOTOGRAPHER Jennifer Hoskisson — applies to all conspicuous religious signs
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and apparel, including Jewish skull caps and
PHOTOGRAPHER Nick Sowards large Christian crosses. Iraqi Shi’ite militants show their weapons Tues-
PHOTOGRAPHER Lauren Richards When the new academic year started last
Thursday, it became clear that turbans also
day in the center of Baghdad’s district of Sadr
city, following clashes between the U.S. army
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homes without power, forcing thousands to
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Daryl Gibson evacuate and killing at least 10 people across
major combat over.
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A spike in ﬁghting with Sunni and Shiite
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insurgents killed seven Americans in the
At least 650 people were injured, public
NEWS DIRECTOR — BROADCAST Baghdad area on Tuesday, pushing the count
Erin Goff broadcaster NHK reported.
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tally was compiled by The Associated Press
ADVERTISING PRODUCTION MANAGER of up to 108 kilometers (67 miles) per hour
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Friends, family maintain hope
Nutty Putty stays Fireﬁghters battle Northern CA blaze
Continued from Page 1 ing them pointers on how to keep
open for now Associated Press
the ﬁre would threaten the vineyard area
of Sonoma’s Alexander Valley, but the ﬁre
shifted directions from south to east. The
Brooke’s face out there.” vineyards aren’t considered threatened
investigators from the organiza- Blake said Nike was producing GEYSERVILLE, Calif. — An infusion of now, Marshall said.
tion joined the search. wristbands, similar to those worn Associated Press Forecasts show that the cooler tempera-
fresh ﬁreﬁghters allowed ofﬁcials to get the
“They’re going through the by Lance Armstrong, to promote upper hand early Tuesday on a wildﬁre that tures that were expected Tuesday probably
facts,” Noble said. “We hope we awareness about Wilberger and Rescuers have been called to Nutty Putty
has burned more than 12,500 acres of land won’t come until Thursday or Friday.
didn’t miss anything, but at the raise money for the search. Cave at least three times recently, once
in Northern California’s wine country. Marshall said the larger ﬁreﬁghting
same time we hope they ﬁnd The wristbands came through again raising the question of whether
Although the moist air and lower temper- crew made ofﬁcials optimistic they could
something we missed.” a personal connection at Nike, the cave should be closed to the public.
atures that had been forecast for the region keep the blaze from ﬂaring anew.
Meanwhile, Wilberger’s fellow Blake said. The answer, at least for now,
failed to materialize overnight, the number An electrical equipment storage vault
BYU students have returned to She said the wristbands would is that it will remain open.
of people assigned to the ﬁre in Sonoma and owned by a local utility was added early
classes, including those who appear in Utah within the next “Closing the cave isn’t something
we’d take too lightly,” said Utah Coun- Lake counties more than doubled, helping Tuesday to the handful of structures that
planned to room with her. couple of weeks. to counter poor weather conditions, said have been destroyed in the recent ﬁres,
ty Sheriff’s Sgt. Spencer Cannon.
Even though the investigation The campaign to keep Wil- Janet Marshall, spokeswoman for the state which already included four modest vaca-
Passages in the cave are very tight,
has produced nothing solid, fam- berger from becoming a statistic Department of Forestry and Fire Protec- tion homes and eight outbuildings, Mar-
and visitors often become stuck.
ily and friends remain positive. and keep her in the public eye tion. shall said.
At least two people have been pulled
“We all really feel like she’s has been a major part of the cam- With 2,621 ﬁreﬁghters on the lines, up Five ﬁreﬁghters sustained minor inju-
out the popular spelunking site in Utah
still alive,” Blake said. “My little paign to get her back, Noble said. from 1,110 a day earlier, ofﬁcials said the ries Monday and early Tuesday, raising the
County’s west desert in the past month,
sister went to Japan a couple of “Smart is an example of that,” blaze was 85 percent contained Tuesday injury total to seven. None of the injuries
and rescue teams were called to the cave
weeks ago, and brought Brooke he said. “It wasn’t an investiga- morning, with full containment expected were considered critical.
twice just over the Labor Day weekend.
back souvenirs because she tive lead [that led to her return]. Wednesday morning. The ﬁgure was just The cost of ﬁghting the ﬁre had reached
Brigham Young University student Da-
knows that Brooke will be back It was someone who recognized vid Crowthers, 23, of Harpers Ferry, W.V., 35 percent Monday night. $4.4 million Tuesday morning due to exten-
eventually.” her.” became stuck late Friday and rescuers “There is a saying that many hands sive use of 16 water-dropping helicopters,
The police department is try- Still, they hope they won’t worked for nearly eight hours to free him. make light work, and while this certainly Marshall said.
ing to speed up that process. have to wait the nine months On Sunday, police received another isn’t light work, the extra help has allowed The Geysers, the world’s largest geother-
“We’re still looking for her,” the Smart family endured before call for help, but no one was in the cave us to make great strides and progress,” mal power facility, has major power lines
Noble said. “Elizabeth Smart their daughter was ﬁnally spot- when rescuers arrived and the call Marshall said. from 21 generating plants crossing over
was gone much longer than what ted in Sandy. may have been a hoax, Cannon said. The blaze began Friday afternoon about rugged terrain near the ﬁre.
Brooke has been.” “We can’t believe so much time Last month a 16-year-old Orem boy was 60 miles north of San Francisco, feeding on Possible disruption of those power lines
In fact, according to Blake, the has passed,” Blake said, “but I stuck upside down for 11 hours. He was ex- dry brush, unpredictable wind and low hu- creates the potential for blackouts, said
Smart family has been in con- guess from here it’s just the wait- hausted and had to be hospitalized after midity. Kent Robertson, a spokesman for Calpine
tact with the Wilbergers, “giv- ing game.” he was rescued. Authorities initially were concerned that Corp.
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Teaching drought leaves Free peer-tutoring for students
some graduates high, dry By L AU R A SHAVER
lish major from Loomis, Calif., surplus of tutors in other sub-
is an assistant in the learning jects.
administrative ofﬁce. Although “This program is great be-
she has never been a tutor her- cause the tutoring is free. Stu-
Demand for teachers will ing certificates have positions Need tutoring? BYU’s Center self, Harward said she has seen dents should take advantage of
grow during the next 10 years, in Utah. However, the demand for Service and Learning’s got a lot of students helped by peer that,” said Brooke Barker, 21,
‘Coming Boom’ said Winn Egan, department
chair of teacher education.
for public school teachers is
projected to grow 49 percent in
The center provides free peer
tutoring services. an English major from Laie, Ha-
“The best thing waii.
to provide more “BYU’s Education Depart- the next 10 years. tutoring for all students that not about the tutoring T utori ng
ment should be able to keep
pace with that growth,” Egan
Egan said this is called the
“Coming Boom.” In the Nebo
School District alone, five el-
only beneﬁts the tutored, but the
tutor as well.
Theodore Okawa, coordina-
program is when
students are able to T
” his program is
through the center
is free. All a stu-
in state of Utah The department produces ementary schools will be built tor of Tutoring Services, said he
match up and receive
help,” Harward said.
great because the dent needs to do
in order to receive
1,200 teachers per year, one of in the next four years.
the top five in the nation. And “BYU is preparing to handle
oversees the program and works
on system development.
“They are so appre- tutoring is free. a tutor is ﬁll out a
ciative. It is great to request form and
nearly 20 percent of students the coming demand,” Egan “I found that, in general, when see students helping Students should wait to be matched
B y C A R LY C A M P B E L L attending BYU are studying said. “We place students in I study a subject just to learn it other students.” up with a tutor.
education. student teaching positions that for myself, I don’t need to learn Okawa said BYU take advantage The only require-
Brittany Francom completed “The other Utah colleges help administrators see what it quite as well as when I feel like
a degree in elementary educa- produce less than 1,000 teach- they have to offer. Many of I need to learn it so I can teach
has had a peer-tutor-
ing program since its
of that.” ment to volunteer
as a peer tutor is a
tion at BYU this spring. All ers per year, some of them only them are hired the next year.” it to someone else,” Okawa said.
summer, she searched for jobs
beginning, although Brooke Barker B or better in any
near 200,” Egan said. Lehi Elementary Principal “So, that additional motivation the peer-tutoring Student class to be tutored.
and couldn’t find anything. Ironically, Utah is the low- Starlene Holm said it’s not just or pressure to be able to teach program in its cur- Peer tutor volun-
Finally, she applied for one est in the nation for per-pupil teachers she is looking for. someone else made me a better rent form has been teers can expect a
at Westfield Elementary in Al- funding and the highest in the “It’s quality we need not student.” around since 1994. time commitment of one to three
pine, and was one of 35 appli- nation for class size average, quantity,” she said. Okawa said he thinks it is the The peer-tutoring program hours a week, although Harward
cants just for that job. Francom according to the Utah State Of- Holm had many applicants same for BYU students who vol- has an average of 1,200 volunteer said it is usually less, depending
got the position at Westfield, fice of Education. Each year for the 2004 school year but unteer. He also said he thinks tutors a semester. Only about 500 on the student.
but many more applicants were more than 2,000 teachers need only three were hired. peer-tutoring brings blessings students sign up for a tutor each Applications to be a tutor or to
left without a job. to be replaced but districts Although school districts like any service does and it is semester. Typically, only about be tutored can be found online
“I am one of the lucky ones,” aren’t doing it. are currently turning appli- doing their duty as Latter-day 50 percent of applicants get at tutoring.byu.edu or students
she said. “I found a job I love Some teachers apply out of cants away, Holm said there Saints to help those around matched up. This semester, more can apply in person at the tutor-
in a state I love. That’s a rare state, but currently only 39 per- is always room for “really top- them. chemistry and statistics tutors ing services ofﬁce, 2010 WSC
thing for teacher nowadays.” cent of graduates with teach- notch candidates.” Sarah Harward, 23, an Eng- are needed, although there is a across from the Varsity Theater.
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Professor set to Tuition still a bargain
unite faculty despite $65 increase the 2004-2005 school year are their tuition without a late fee.
posted online under tuition at Now that paying online is
B y JA S M I N E S A LV E S E N http://saas.byu.edu/tuition/. available, more than 50 per-
“Tuition at BYU is a good cent of students use it as their
Faulconer chosen for experience and ability to Students may notice some
changes when they go to pay
deal and is better than any method of payment, making it
positively impact faculty and Faculty Center
other private university in the the most popular choice of pay-
their tuition this year. Sixty- nation,” said Meg Gibson, 21, a ment for students.
five changes, to be exact. senior from Las Vegas, major- On–or off–line, credit cards
Students’ tuition for Fall Se- ing in political science. “I have are how most of those payments
mester increased $ 65 for LDS no problem with tuition, and if are made.
By SHANNON YOUNG will bring real creativity to this students and $ 90 for non-LDS they want to raise the price, be- If students are struggling to
position because he’s been active
students to help with increas- cause I know BYU isn’t trying make ends meet, there are op-
in organizing discussion groups
James E. Faulconer was sur- ” e has a clear and seminars for faculty.
ing university expenses. to rip us off.” tions on campus that offer fi-
prised when he was called into “The reason why tuition was However, raising the cost of nancial assistance. There are
the vice president’s ofﬁce this understanding of “I’m especially excited to have raised was to support increased tuition isn’t anything new. Al- federal financial aids, BYU
past summer and received an someone from the humanities costs of running the universi-
unexpected responsibility. the unique mission working in the Faculty Center,”
ty,” said Paul Behrmann, direc-
though tuition has not gone up scholarships and short-term
Gessel said. “Because I think for the last two school years, ac- loans that students can apply
“When I was asked to go to the
vice president’s ofﬁce, my ﬁrst
of the university that professor Faulconer brings a
tor of budget administration. cording to BYU Financial Aid, for through the Financial Aid
Students who are LDS have a it usually increases approxi- Department. BYU also accepts
real enthusiasm for ideas, a love
concern was what have I done and what a BYU for students, and for BYU that is
lower tuition payment because mately 4 percent each school off-campus scholarships.
wrong?” said Faulconer, a pro- of their affiliation with the
fessor of philosophy. “I didn’t experience is or going to beneﬁt all of us.”
year. As for advice for student
have any idea that they would Williams said Faulconer was While it’s not fun to find the when it comes to paying tu-
be calling me to do a job.” can be..” also chosen because he can con- “It can be compared to money to pay for tuition, stu- ition, Hardman suggests that
verse with a wide cross-section of state–run universities, where dents manage to find a way to they don’t procrastinate and
Faulconer was appointed
to be the associate director
Richard N. Williams campus. outside–of–state students have do it every semester. start early.
Professor of Psychology “He has a clear understanding to pay more than in–state stu- Hardman said the biggest “Don’t wait until that last
of the Faculty Center on July
1. His primary responsibil- of the unique mission of the uni- dents because they are paying problem they run into each se- day of the grace period,” she
ity is to ﬁnd ways to increase versity and what a BYU experi- taxes,” said Lori Hardman of mester is students paying after said. “Because if you do and
the discussion and the con- across a spectrum of disciplines ence is or can be,” Williams said. financial aid. “So where LDS the due date. Tuition is due the there is a problem, we may not
nection between intellect and and ideas.” This position will pull Faul- students are paying tithing and same time each semester, which always be able to resolve it that
faith among the faculty. He is Faulconer will also continue coner away from his writing and some tithing funds are going to is the first day of classes. Then, day, so students run into issues
the ﬁrst person to have this re- to help with what the Faculty teaching. Faulconer plans to con- pay tuition, they have already there is a two-week grace pe- with late fees and having to pe-
sponsibility. Center currently doing. He will tinue writing, but he won’t be as contributed through their tith- riod that students can still pay tition.”
Richard N. Williams, a pro- be heavily involved in planning involved with students. ing and so they get a discounted
fessor of psychology serving and contributing new ideas to “He has always been devoted rate.”
as the associate academic vice the center. to students, and I think he’s put Hardman said there were a
president, was heavily involved Although he was appointed them ﬁrst in every way that he couple of complaints from stu-
in the process of selecting Faul- in July, Faulconer began work- could through his career,” Wil- dents about the price increase
coner. Williams said the selec- ing in this position the week be- liams said. “We think that’s a because they didn’t know about
tion committee chose Faulconer fore Fall Semester started. He good model for faculty.”
it. However, tuition prices for
because he will make a positive said he has enjoyed the past two
impact on faculty and will be weeks and is looking forward to
able to contribute a great deal
from his experiences.
Van C. Gessel, dean of the You may be just the topping
“He has a wide spread of in-
we've been looking for!
College of Humanities, has
terests,” Williams said. “So worked with Faulconer for 15
he can connect with faculty years. Gessel said Faulconer
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Floridians head home despite warnings debris, clearing downed trees and I’m lucky I got gas this morning,”
mopping up the water in their Seraﬁna Ferreira said at a relief
Associated Press homes, weary Floridians looked site in West Palm Beach, where
over their shoulder at another hur- lines stretched for miles.
FORT PIERCE, Fla. — Thou- ricane several days away in the At- St. Lucie County administra-
sands of residents desperate to re- lantic. Ivan could become the third tor Doug Anderson said: “We had
turn home after ﬂeeing Hurricane hurricane to hit the state this year, some ﬁghts break out already to-
Frances ignored Florida’s plea to though it was too soon to deter- day. We are asking the public to
stay put Tuesday, jamming high- mine the storm’s exact path. please be patient and neighborly.
ways, delaying emergency work- “It almost seems like we’ve got We are all in this together.”
ers and causing tempers to ﬂare in a `kick me’ sign on the state here,” Palm Beach County ofﬁcials
the sticky heat. said Max Mayﬁeld, director of the reported at least 300 arrests, esti-
One man was so desperate for National Hurricane Center in Mi- mating about 75 percent were for
ice that he shot the lock off a freez- ami. violating curfew.
er. Fights broke out in some places. As many Floridians went home Frances hit a wide swath of
Drivers waited for hours to ﬁll up for the ﬁrst time since Frances Florida’s east coast early Sunday
their gas tanks. battered the state Sunday, trafﬁc with winds of 105 mph and more
More than 1,000 cars coiled on parts of Interstate 95, the major than 13 inches of rain, ripping off
around several blocks in Stuart as highway along the Atlantic coast, roofs and ﬂooding streets up to 4
a distribution center watched over was double the usual levels. Feder- feet deep. It weakened into a tropi-
by National Guardsmen offered al Emergency Management Agen- cal storm before sweeping into the
water, ice and ready-to-eat meals. cy workers trying to reach Martin Panhandle on Labor Day, causing
“Everyone’s hot, everyone’s County on the southeast coast got little damage there.
sweating so much at night that no- stuck in trafﬁc. The storm’s remnants dumped
body can sleep,” said Maria San- About 3 million Floridians were heavy rain Tuesday in Georgia
chez, 26, who waited more than told it could take up to a week to re- and Alabama, knocking out power
90 minutes with her four children store power to all of them, with the to hundreds of thousands and clos-
to get supplies in Stuart, about 35 longest wait for Daytona Beach. ing schools, while the Carolinas
miles north of West Palm Beach. That was bad news with high hu- were bracing for a series of torna-
“Everyone’s tossing and turning. midity and temperatures hovering does as a result of the storm. The
The kids keep crying. I can’t take around 90 degrees. storm was blamed for at least 18
no more of this. Nobody can take “None of the stores have any- deaths in Georgia and Florida, in
this.” thing that you need. There is no addition to two earlier in the Ba-
Maria Armendarez, owner of Hairmaster’s Styles hair salon, walks through her destroyed shop Tuesday after While many began removing
the roof was torn off by Hurricane Frances in Port St. Lucie, Fla. bread to be found, no ice or water. hamas.
Utah Supreme Court hears Trafﬁc problems not getting better
appeal by death-row inmate ity improvements new high- how much worse it is getting.
ways or transit are growing at Over that period, the study
“We’re not necessarily apply-
Associated Press 10 percent the rate needed.” recorded the greatest leap in ing money where we need to re-
District Judge Stanton Taylor.
Attorney Lynn Donaldson Congress, though, is likely to congestion in Dallas, from 13 lieve congestion,” Peters said.
Associated Press WASHINGTON — The na- approve billions less than what hours annually in 1982 for the “We can’t say to the Montanas
on Sept. 1 asked the Utah high
tion’s traffic problems are get- highway and transit advocates average peak-period traveler to and the Wyomings of the world,
court to revisit 2nd District
SALT LAKE CITY — The ting worse faster than they can say is required. 61 hours annually in 2002, and `You’re not important.’”
Judge Michael Lyon’s refusal
Utah Supreme Court has taken be fixed, even in smaller cities The House has agreed to $299 in Riverside, Calif., from nine Peters said new ways of pay-
to hear the motion to rescind
under advisement death-row in- such as Anchorage, Alaska, and billion over the next hours annually per ing for roads and transit sys-
the plea bargain. Lyon cited
mate Doug Lovell’s appeal seek- Honolulu, Hawaii. six years. rush-hour traveler tems need to be found.
jurisdictional and other statu-
And in the 85 biggest U.S.
ing to withdraw his 1993 guilty
plea to aggravated murder.
cities, snarled traffic is cost-
The Senate ap-
proved $ 318 billion,
” e need action in 1982 to 57 hours
on average in 2002.
The Bush administration is
promoting user fees, such as
“It’s a procedural mess,”
At his sentencing hearing, said Tom Brunker, the assis-
ing travelers 3.5 billion hours
a year, up from 700 million two
but Senate sponsors now. Congestion The average those that would charge motor-
Lovell said he killed Joyce Yost tant Utah attorney general say President Bush urban commuter ists to drive in less-congested
of South Ogden in 1985 to keep who coordinates the ofﬁce’s
decades ago, according to the probably will ap- is only getting was stuck in traffic lanes during rush hours.
her from testifying that he had Texas Transportation Insti- prove a more recent 46 hours a year in Another proposal to solve
handling of death-penalty ap-
tute’s annual Urban Mobility proposal of $ 301 bil-
worse.” 2002, a 187 percent traffic problems in the short-
Lovell had been convicted of Report released Tuesday. lion. increase over the 16 term is to manage traffic f low
“There is no question of ac- William Millar
the 1985 rape based on Yost’s A solution to ever-growing While lawmakers President, American Public hours lost in 1982. better, Peters said.
tual guilt,” he said. “But if he
preliminary hearing testimo- traffic jams isn’t likely to come wrangle, federal In 54 cities, Tim Lomax, the report’s au-
wins, we would go to trial even
ny. soon, transit and highway ad- spending remains traffic jams in- thor, said Tampa, Fla., is a good
though he has made a sworn
It wasn’t until seven years admission from the stand. ... vocates say. stuck at the rate it creased 30 percent example of a city that has eased
later that evidence emerged to He essentially wants to start The American Association has been for the past six years faster than roads could be built traffic in ways other than build-
also charge him with the mur- the case all over again.” of State Highway and Trans- $218 billion. to alleviate them. ing roads.
der. In a plea bargain, prosecu- In April 1999, the Utah Su- portation Officials estimates “We need action now,” said Federal Highway Adminis- Like many cities, it has co-
tors agreed not to seek the death preme Court unanimously it would take federal spending William Millar, president of the tration chief Mary Peters said ordinated its traffic signals,
penalty in return for Lovell re- rejected Lovell’s ﬁrst appeal, as great as $400 billion over the American Public Transporta- part of the problem is that the smoothed traffic f low on major
vealing where he buried Yost. which claimed his trial at- next six years to solve traffic tion Association. “Congestion main source of road money the roads and created teams to re-
Lovell led a search but the vic- torney, John Caine, brokered problems, according to a 2002 is only getting worse.” federal gasoline tax was de- spond quickly to accidents.
tim’s remains were not found. a ﬂawed plea negotiation study. Using data from 1982 to 2002, signed to create the interstate Such programs have reduced
The Weber County Attorney’s and Judge Taylor made mis- “We just aren’t keeping pace,” the Texas Transportation In- highway system in the 1950s. traffic delays in Tampa by 7
Ofﬁce asked for Lovell’s execu- takes during the proceedings said John Horsley, AASHTO’s stitute, part of Texas A&M Under that system, every percent, or 3.2 million hours a
tion, which was ordered by 2nd against Lovell. executive director. “Our capac- University, measured just state gets part of the federal year.
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The Daily Universe, September 8, 2004 7
Cutting edge training facilities help athletes get back on track
BYU faculty, staff and facilities
are taking athletic training to a new level
B y S TAC Y H I N O J O S A
The National Athletic Train- hard to push an athlete, or when
ers Association has named BYU they can return to the game,”
professor of exercise science said George Curtis, BYU’s head
Kenneth Knight to the chair po- athletic trainer.
sition of its education council. The center also includes a se-
“I love being an athletic train- ries of miniature-looking swim-
er and truly believe health care ming pools, including a cold
across the board is better be- pool that reaches temperatures
cause of our work,” Knight said ranging 46-48 degrees and a hot
in a recent news release. pool that heats up to 108 degrees.
“Certiﬁed trainers lead in Curtis said many athletes use
aggressive rehabilitation and the hot pools before practice and
that’s become the standard.” the cold pools afterwards.
Aggressive rehabilitation, the Then the piece de resistance;
concept of healing an injury in the Hydroworx aquatic rehabili-
the quickest way possible, was tation system: an underwater
necessitated in athletics because treadmill in a rectangular pool,
of the desire of the athletes to get 4 feet, 6 inches deep.
back into competition. “You can’t pull a muscle under
“Now it’s spilled over to the water,” Curtis said. “I’ve never
general public,” Knight said. seen a person pull a muscle un-
“People typically are spend- der water.”
ing a lot less time in the hospi- There are underwater cam-
tal following surgery and injury eras with front and side views of
because we have learned we can the treadmill and built-in water
rehabilitate people much more jets for added resistance.
quickly than what was done 20 “We control the speed of the Photo by Nick Sowards
or 30 years ago.” treadmill,” said Curtis, who add- Dave Horlacher, 22, a pitcher for the BYU baseball team, watches his progress on an underwater treadmill in the Student Athlete Center. The tread-
For example, Knight said a ed that the treadmill can race
sprained ankle used to keep upwards of 7 1/2 miles an hour.
mill is one of many pieces of state-of-the-art equipment in the facility.
someone out of activity three to “That’s pretty quick, especially
four weeks, but with aggressive for running underwater.” down that wall?” Curtis casu-
AT A GLANCE
rehabilitation, it’s three to four Curtis said one of the require- ally asked Carolyn Billings, an
days. ments for an athlete to success- assistant athletic trainer for the
“We get it done, and allow a fully complete their rehabilita- university.
person to move on with life,” tion is to run underwater for Billings was once a student of For Your Information: Agressive rehabilitation facts
Knight said. one minute with the jets on full Curtis and completed an intern-
And BYU’s Athletic Training power. ship under his direction before < concept of healing an injury as quickly as possible
Department is doing just that. According to Curtis, following getting hired on full-time after
Equipped with technology surgery, an athlete will usually graduation. < first used by athletes who wanted to get back into competitition
Knight referred to as “cutting stay at BYU for rehabilitation in- “He helped women get in quickly
edge,” the BYU Athletic Train- stead of going back to the hospi- the profession,” Billings said.
ing Facility is helping injured tal. It’s efﬁcient, convenient and “He’s so generous. I’ve watched < reduces recovery time drastically
university athletes get back on easier to move at an accelerated for years as he’s helped provide < can be used on various injuries, such as a sprained ankle
track — literally. pace. more opportunities for all the
Knight’s ofﬁcial duties, which And there are no separate re- students — women and men.” < has become the standard in athletic training
will begin in June 2005, will in- habilitation facilities for men Jared Wilson, 25, an exer-
cise science major from Rigby,
< used by faculty and staff at BYU's Athletic Training Center
clude establishing guidelines for and women athletes here, which
crediting universities who want is important to Curtis. Idaho, said he happened on the < supplemented by state-of-the-art equipment, including a $60,000
to educate athletic trainers. When he came to BYU from major by chance, but couldn’t be
“My job is to guide that pro- California in 1985, Curtis said he happier about it.
diagnostic testing apparatus and an aquatic rehabilitation system
cess so that students receive a set out to create the same atmo- “Sports medicine always in-
top-notch education and are pre- sphere between men and women terested me growing up,” said
pared to become athletic train- athletes and trainers. He start- Wilson, who’s currently intern-
ers,” Knight said ed by allowing women trainers ing as an athletic trainer with
Helping exercise students to in the men’s locker rooms. the baseball and football teams.
learn the ropes, the Student Ath- “There was a division, so I Wilson is one of about 100 stu-
lete Center, which was completed broke down the wall,” Curtis dent interns at BYU. But BYU
last December, boasts a variety said in a matter-of fact tone. “It also employs several traveling
of new athletic equipment, in- provides a better and more com- chiropractors, massage thera-
cluding a $60,000 diagnostic test- plete education for the individu- pists and dentists.
ing apparatus, used to minutely al and a better experience for the “And our physicians are some
measure strength in limbs. athlete.” of the top in the world,” Curtis
“We use that to determine how “Were you here when I broke said.
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Construction protesters continue to blame BYU BYU,” said Carri Jenkins, BYU
spokeswoman. “This is a concern
our employees didn’t want to be
part of their union anymore, so
carpenter a pay rate of $18.50 plus
beneﬁts. According to a survey
By MEGAN STOKER with Okland Construction.” they created their own,” said conducted by the Leverich Group
According to pamphlets John McEntire, secretary trea- earlier this year that is signiﬁ-
Members of the Southwest handed out at the protest site, surer for Okland Construction. cantly higher than the median
Regional Council of Carpen- the members of the Carpenter’s “They think that management pay rate of $12.75 -$16.00 an hour
ter’s have brought their protest Locals 184 and 194 are claiming organized the union, but we made by most concrete workers.
against Okland Construction that Okland’s created a new la- didn’t.” While the Carpenter’s Union
company to BYU. bor union, the Utah Carpenter’s Location is one main reason protest material claims that the
Bearing a large banner with Association, which is unlawful, workers formed the Utah Carpen- protest has been brought to BYU
the words “Shame on Brigham states the SRCC pamphlet. ter’s Association because they because, “all businesse have a
Young University: Labor Dis- “[Okland Construction] have wanted to have a more localized social and civic obligation to
pute” inscribed on it, the South- unlawfully dominated or assisted chapter, stated the Deseret Morn- monitor the kind of companies
west Regional Council of Carpen- a phony union going by the name ing News published on June 23. whose services or products they
ter’s, or SRCC, are by the west of Utah Carpenter’s Association The SRCC is based in California. consume,” Okland construction
entrance of campus, handing out [and] unlawfully coerced em- “These people [protesters] are ofﬁcials say that BYU is just one
ﬂyers and trying to get drivers to ployees to sign up with or partici- mostly California or temp work- of several protest attempts by the
honk in support. pate in that fraud,” the pamphlet ers.” McEntire said. “While our union.
University ofﬁcials, however, states. [workers], except for a few, are “They’ve protested other sites.”
are quick to point out that al- Okland ofﬁcials, however, deny locals.” McEntire said. “You bet.”
though the protest is in front of the allegations, stating that em- According to an article pub- Okland Construction, a con-
BYU, it is not against BYU itself. ployees who no longer wished to lished in the Deseret Morning struction company based in Salt
Instead, the protest targets Ok- be part of the Carpenter’s Union News on June 23, Okland Con- Lake, has built both the Ezra
land Construction, a company have legally formed the new struction signed a three-year con- Taft Benson science building and
Photo by Robb Costello
used by BYU for the construction union, Utah Carpenter’s Associa- tract with the new, Utah Carpen- the Indoor Practice Field, is now
David Cordero is the captain of the 184th section of the Carpenters Local tion. ter’s Association in April. T h i s working on the Joseph F. Smith
of several of its buildings.
Union of the Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters. “They’re not protesting against “They’re protesting because contract provides a journeyman Building to ﬁnish in December.
Some universty newspapers boast alcohol ads publishing paid alcohol adver- As a result, The Pitt News now Amendment right, but it still can UVSC said the calling has not staff works around the alcohol
tisements. The court ruled that provides a weekly listing of alco- have an impact on students,” said been approached with alcohol ads and sometimes places ads
By SARAH LIGHT the law restricted commercial hol prices and local bars and res- Lauren Thompson, 20, a junior at ads. for restaurants that have pubs or
speech. taurants to its readers. BYU from Maple Valley, Wash. “The alcohol policy we have bars connected to them, a prac-
Imagine reading The Daily For ﬁve years, the University Although Heller-La Belle and “Everyone knows about alcohol, never had to enforce because tice that doesn't violate state law.
Universe, and right next to the of Pittsburgh has attempted to other First Amendment advo- but it is proven that the media we’ve never been approached,” McFarland also said The
ads for textbooks and bridal appeal the law. The Pittsburgh cates mark this ruling as a vic- has an effect on people.” Hall said. Daily Utah Chronicle will not
gowns, you see an advertisement University newspaper, The Pitt tory for university newspapers, Heller-La Belle said while alco- On the other hand, Sheena try to appeal the law because
for the ﬁve most popular alcohol- News, appealed the law because other groups, such as Mothers hol dangers are still valid, alco- McFarland, editor-in-chief of the she thinks the legislature
ic beverages. it wanted to help secure its First Against Drunk Driving, think hol can be consumed responsibly University of Utah’s The Daily would never pass this type of
Seem absurd? Not at Pennsyl- Amendment rights to freedom of that these advertisements should and so these advertisements can Utah Chronicle, said companies law for Utah universities.
vania universities. the press. not be printed because underage help educate the student body. seeking to advertise alcoholic Unless state legislature
On July 29, the 3rd U.S. Cir- “College papers are papers students need to be protected These types of efforts to pub- beverages have approached their passes a law that allows uni-
cuit Court of Appeals overturned too,” said Greg Heller-La Belle, from the risks of alcohol. lish alcohol ads have only mini- newspaper, even though the state versities to publish alcohol ads,
Act 199, a law in Pennsylvania’s editor-in-chief of The Pitt News. Some students at BYU have mally surfaced for some Utah lawprohibits alcohol ads or lan- Utah universities will continue
Liquor Code, which prohibits “They should have the same similar concerns. university publications. guage in university publications. to abide by the law and keep
university publications from rights as other papers.” “I think, yes, it is a First Derek Hall, spokesman for According to McFarland, her their publications alcohol-free.
Workman charged with misusing public funds
of four prosecutors from neigh- on.. since reports of the alleged mis- “We’re going to prevail in this Club when she asked to use
boring counties said they’d found Salt Lake County District At- use of money emerged, saying little deal with the DA’s ofﬁce.” Health Department funds for the
Associated Press “sufﬁcient credible evidence” to torney David Yocom, a Democrat there was no criminal intent in The bookkeeper has been job.
charge Workman with misusing who has clashed with the Repub- her actions. She dismissed any referred to as a “phantom em- Yocom called it a “unique ar-
SALT LAKE CITY— The may- $17,000 in taxpayer funds. lican Workman, turned over the mistakes as a “procedural prob- ployee,” who reported directly to rangement,” and said county
or of Utah’s most populous coun- Workman has acknowledged investigation to the panel, which lem,” and has accused Yocom Workman and whose timesheets money has never been legally
ty was charged Tuesday with two using the Health Department found charges against the mayor of playing politics by ordering were signed by Workman. used in that way.
felonies for allegedly using pub- money to hire a bookkeeper for warranted, but left to Yocom an investigation after a whistle- According to the criminal He also said Tuesday that al-
lic money to hire an employee to the Boys and Girls Club, where the decision on whether to pros- blower came forward. complaint, Workman signed legations he was politically mo-
work for her daughter at a pri- her daughter is a chief ﬁnancial ecute. She has also said it was with- them as “Health Department tivated were “distasteful” and
vate, nonproﬁt group. ofﬁcer, but has said she did noth- “It’s always difﬁcult to charge in the county’s purview to help Time and Attendance Reports,” unfounded.
The two charges mean Salt ing criminal because it was the a public ofﬁcial with any wrong- groups like the Boys and Girls even though no work was ever “I have the legal duty to ques-
Lake County Mayor Nancy Work- right thing “to help those kids.” doing. However, under Utah law Club, and county money has performed for the Health Depart- tion the conduct of government
man will be placed on paid ad- The charges include a second- and the rules of professional con- funded similar ventures before. ment. ofﬁcials and perform any ad-
ministrative leave. degree felony which carries be- duct, my responsibilities of dis- Workman did not immediately Charging documents further ditional actions that may be
The county, including Salt tween one and 15 years in prison trict attorney are clear,” Yocom return calls seeking comment allege that Workman never men- warranted, including the inves-
Lake City, about 925,000 people. and a third-degree charge which said. Tuesday, but said last week after tioned the employee would be tigation and prosecution of gov-
Last week, a bipartisan panel carries zero to ﬁve years in pris- Workman has been deﬁant the panel announced its ﬁndings, working for the Boys and Girls ernment ofﬁcials.”
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Utah State Fair features sculptor and BYU alumna
Pea. livestock demonstrations and
Then the frame is shipped to exhibitions, children’s activities,
B y G E N A P R AT T Salt Lake City in the back of a carnival rides, a rodeo, and, new
pickup truck. Brown and Westo- to the fair this year, a 5k and chil-
Roudin had his metals, Michel- ver spread butter over the frame dren’s fun run.
angelo had his marble, Barbara and eventually add intricate de- The fair’s ﬁrst 5k will be run
Westover and Debbie Brown have tails. at 8:30 a.m. on Sept. 18. Organiz-
their butter — about 700 pounds The sculpture is housed in a ers are expecting 100 runners on
of it to be exact. refrigerated case in Promontory race day.
This year at the Utah State Hall located on the Southeast cor- Prospective runners can regis-
Fair, Thursday through Sept. 19 ner of the State Fair Grounds. ter online up to two days before
at 155 N. 1000 West in Salt Lake The project, making its sev- the race or register at 7:30 a.m.
City, Brown and Westover will enth appearance at the fair, will the day of the race.
spend four days sculpting 700 include the most intricate details Pre-registration for both races
pounds of sweet cream butter that have ever been done. is $15 and race day registration is
into a scene depicting life on a Utah residents Brown and $20. All proceeds from the races
Northern Utah farm. Westover began their sculpting beneﬁt the national children’s
“It can be very uncomfort- Sept. 7 and should ﬁnish Fri- charities My Stuff and CHOICE
able for the carvers,” said Mike day. Humanitarian.
Brown, spokesman for the Dairy Meadow Gold donates the 700 This year’s fair will feature
Farmers of Utah. pounds of butter used in the concerts by Weird Al Yankovic,
The room where Brown and sculpture and about 50 percent of Carolyn Dawn Johnson, and
Westover will do their sculpt- the butter is saved and recycled Grand Funk Rail Road.
ing is kept at about 40 degrees the next year. “There isn’t a part about the
Fahrenheit, forcing them to wear Westover has been sculpting fair that I don’t like,” said Denise
sweatshirts and take breaks ev- for more than 30 years Brown Stanger, marketing coordina-
ery few hours. has a bachelor’s degree in art and tor for the Utah State Fairpark.
The sculpting process be- design from Brigham Young Uni- “There is just something about
gins long before the fair. Brown versity. watching the fair through chil-
and Westover create ideas and Butter sculpting isn’t the only dren’s faces that makes my job
sketches from public requests. thing to be seen at this year’s worthwhile.” This sculpture of a cow was sculpted out of sweet cream butter at a previoius Utah State Fair. The competi-
Then Westover builds a life-size fair; there will also be chainsaw For more information about the tion is sponsored by Meadowgold. This year's fair will feature another dairy sculpting competition.
metal frame made from her fa- woodcarving, art demonstra- fair, visit the Web site at.http://
vorite live model, her cow Sweet tions and exhibitions, concerts, www.utah-start-fair.com.
All systems go for Genesis space capsule retrieval any visual reference to judge atoms. The helicopter will let out
distance or speed as his helicop- the capsule on 70 or more feet of
DUGWAY PROVING GROUND,
” ecause you're
ter closes in on the capsule with
hook and cable.
A sudden updraft could entan-
cable to cushion the impact.
The Genesis mission marks
the ﬁrst time NASA has collected
Utah — A few weeks ago, Cliff nearly in space, gle the parachute in the helicop- and returned any objects from
ter’s tail rotor. farther than the moon, said Roy
Fleming was chasing the Bat-
mobile at night in a helicopter 20
you can't see the “Because you’re up nearly in Haggard, Genesis’ ﬂight opera-
feet above the cavernous streets wind... so that space, you can’t see the wind. You
can’t see the thermals. There’s
tions chief and CEO of Vertigo
Inc., which designed the capture
“It was so tight down there that makes it difficult.” no movement of trees or brush or system.
when we wanted to turn the heli- dust, so that makes it difﬁcult,” Together, the charged atoms
copter around, we had to go to Cliff Fleming Fleming said at a news brieﬁng captured on the capsule’s disks
an intersection,” said Fleming, Stunt Pilot . at a U.S. Army hangar here Tues- of gold, sapphire, diamond and
a stunt pilot by trade, who was day. silicone are no bigger than a few
ﬁlming for “Batman 4.” Fleming and a backup helicop- grains of salt, but scientists say
Fleming equated the difﬁculty billions of electrically charged ter, piloted by Dan Rudert, have that’s enough to reconstruct the
of that maneuver to a task he atoms collected from the solar replicated the retrieval in dozens chemical origin of the sun and its
must perform Wednesday, ﬂy- wind. of practice runs, and will have family of planets.
ing nearly a mile above the Utah The capsule will be ﬂoating ﬁve chances to snag the capsule Scientists will keep busy for
Reuters downward on a parafoil, but at before it hits ground and shatters ﬁve years after Genesis com-
desert to capture the Genesis
A helicopter goes through the maneuver of rescuing the NASA Genesis space capsule, which is carrying that altitude Fleming won’t have fragile disks holding invisible pletes its wild ride back to Earth.
space capsule from the ocean.
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10 The Daily Universe, September 8, 2004
Utah may have record number of
ACLU challenges Hawaii law concealed-weapons revocations
is being used by authorities to lifeguard could ban environmen-
restrict free speech by banning talists from a beach, elections of- A concealed-weapons license about 64,000 weapons purchases
Associated Press people from public places. The ﬁcials could prevent Democrats can be revoked for a variety of this year.
lawsuit asks the U.S. District from entering voting areas such
Associated Press offenses, including alcohol vio- The numbers could rise
HONOLULU — A new law al- Court in Honolulu to strike down as public schools, and govern- lations, protective orders and slightly with the expiration of
lowing police and other authori- the law and prevent ofﬁcials from ment ofﬁcials could bar Native felony convictions. one federal law, Spencer said.
OGDEN, Utah — A record
ties to ban people from public further enforcing the act. Hawaiians from the state Capitol Gun dealers say denials and On Sept. 25, dealers will be
property for up to a year without Gov. Linda Lingle and Attor- and Iolani Palace. revocations often are over- able to sell ammunition maga-
permits may be revoked in Utah
a speciﬁc reason is unconstitu- ney General Mark Bennett, in Under the law, “it is enough turned. zines larger than 10 rounds.
tional, the American Civil Liber- their ofﬁcial capacities, were the that the police ofﬁcer or autho- “Protective orders expire, During the last 10 years, it has
There were 144 revocations
ties Union said in a federal law- only defendants. Lingle was out rized person ﬁnds the individual warrants are usually unpaid been illegal to manufacture
during the ﬁrst half of this year.
suit ﬁled Tuesday. of her ofﬁce Tuesday, and Ben- to be unsavory or disagrees with parking tickets or something magazines that hold more than
If there is a similar number in
The law could potentially be nett did not immediately return a the content or message of the in- really minor and correctable,” 10 bullets, except for use by po-
the second half, the total will
used to keep voters out of polling telephone message seeking com- dividual’s speech or activity,” the said Jeff Spencer, co-owner of lice or military personnel.
eclipse the record of 256 set in
places or bar groups such as Na- ment. lawsuit said. Kent Shooters Supply in Ogden. “The whole point of that
tive Hawaiians from the grounds The legislation was passed 47-0 Lois Perrin, legal director Spencer is suspicious of the law was to reduce crime and it
The state also is on pace to
of the state Capitol, thereby chill- in the House and 21-0 in the Sen- for the ACLU of Hawaii, called numbers. didn’t,” Spencer said. “It’s a stu-
have the second highest number
ing their constitutional rights to ate this year and signed into law the law “blatantly unconstitu- “The only thing that’s really pid law and did nothing. That
of concealed-weapon permit de-
free speech, the ACLU said. by Lingle on May 4. It was aimed tional.” solid are criminal records, and tells you how out-of-touch the
nials in 10 years, according to
The law, known as Act 50, pro- at removing squatters from pub- “It’s a dangerous law and it guys who know they aren’t go- lawmakers were. We’ll have a
statistics recently released by
hibits an individual or group lic campgrounds, parks, beaches should be stricken,” she said. ing to get a gun don’t come in few people come in here to buy
the state Bureau of Criminal
from entering a public building, and other public places where The lawsuit was ﬁled on here. ... We’ve had no more deni- these, but not that many. The
park or other public place for up they illegally put up tents and behalf of Carlos Hernandez, a als than usual.” magazines (that hold more than
If the number of denials con-
to one year after a warning or other shelters. Honolulu man who said he was Davis, Weber, Box Elder and 10 rounds) made before ‘94 are
tinued at the pace recorded for
request to leave the premises has The ACLU contends that be- banned from the Hawaii State Morgan counties combined legal and they work just ﬁne. ...
the ﬁrst six months of the year,
been issued. cause there are no standards or Library for a year for using its account for 19 percent of the It’s just been more expensive for
there would be 112 by the end of
It does not state speciﬁcally procedures and no way for some- computers to access a gay and concealed-weapons permits in customers.”
the year. The record set in 2001
who can be warned or for what one to appeal a warning, the law lesbian Web site; and The Cen- Utah. The recent numbers show Scott Vanleeuwen, owner of
reason, except that actions pro- potentially could be applied to al- ter, a nonproﬁt organization there are 59,565 concealed-weap- The Gift House in Ogden, said he
Reasons for denials of con-
tected under federal labor laws most any situation. that provides programs and ons permits in the state. More thinks gun sales are down from
cealed licenses include crimi-
are allowed. For example, the lawsuit said, a services for the local gay, les- than 30 percent are in Salt Lake years ago because of the decline
nal records, active warrants,
In its lawsuit, the ACLU of Ha- police ofﬁcer could stop someone bian, bisexual and trans gender County. in hunting and young people de-
domestic violence history or ac-
waii said Act 50 is too broad and from ﬁling a lawsuit in court, a communities. Firearm sales are on pace for veloping different interests.
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The Daily Universe, September 8, 2004 11
L&L serves up an island-style feast
I think of really good pork so Johnson said. “The whole idea
it was cool when I walked in is to provide a Hawaiian feel.”
By MEGAN STOKER and saw all kinds of different The owners of L&L, Dustin
things.” said Karin Lewis, 20, Johnson, Itula Mili, and Spens-
Island feel and ﬂavor has a junior from Rockford, Mich., er Reed, all former BYU football
come to Provo in the form of studying microbiology, who players, decided to open the res-
L&L Hawaiian Barbeque. ﬁrst visited the restaurant last taurant after traveling to Ha-
L&L, which opened its ﬁrst week. waii and seeing how successful
Utah restaurant in July, is Pro- One of the most unusual the franchise was there.
vo’s newest Hawaiian barbeque ingredients on the Island inﬂu- “We always talked about
restaurant, introducing a vari- enced menu, SPAM, is also one opening a restaurant and about
ety of Hawaiian and Polynesian of L&L’s most popular. a year ago we just said ‘let’s do
dishes to the area. “I know when you hear it,’” Johnson said.
Starting out with mainly Spam you’re like, yuck,” John- In July the three men’s
Asian and Polynesian custom- son said, “but it sells really dream came true with the guid-
ers, L&L has quickly become a well. We’ve actually had to put ance of the L&L franchise.
favorite for a variety of people, up signs for no more Spam.” “The nice thing about fran-
including BYU students. The food, however, is not chises is that they provide the
“At ﬁrst there were a lot of the only draw for locals. The guidance you need when you
Polynesian and Asian people restaurant’s atmosphere is start,” Johnson said. “I’m not
because they’ve heard about it; “very welcoming,” said Norma an interior decorator and they
it’s like the McDonalds of Ha- Jenning, a Provo resident. In told me how to decorate and
waii,” explained Dustin John- fact, she said she happens to gave me the menu and recipes
son, one of the restaurant’s run into friends “here that we which really helps.”
three owners. “But now we get haven’t seen for a long time.” “Eventually we want to ex-
all kinds of people, blue collar “There are surf boards on pand into Salt Lake and take
workers come in for lunch and the wall and cool music play- advantage of the Utah market,”
families come in for dinner.” ing all the time, which really said Johnson.
A surprisingly varied adds to the atmosphere.” Lewis The L&L franchise was
menu, including hamburgers added . founded in 1976 by Eddie Flores
“On Friday nights next sum- Jr. and Kwock Yum Kam and Photo by Nick Sowards
and Portuguese sausage, has
helped draw more people to the mer or spring we want to have now includes over 85 restau- Isaac Manatai, 24, Ashley Moeai, 21(right), Tema Hunkin, 31, enjoy a meal at L&L on Bulldog Boulevard in Provo.
restaurant. Friday night entertainment rants, 50 of which are in Ha- The restaurant is popular in Hawaii. There is even one in Laie, Hawaii, near BYU-Hawaii.
“When I think of Hawaiian with music and Tiki torches,” waii.
Utah Supreme Court Exp. 8-22-04
hears death-row appeal
Lovell led a search but the
victim’s remains were not found.
Associated Press The Weber County Attorney’s Of-
ﬁce asked for Lovell’s execution,
SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah which was ordered by 2nd Dis-
Supreme Court has taken under trict Judge Stanton Taylor.
advisement death-row inmate Attorney Lynn Donaldson on
Doug Lovell’s appeal seeking to Sept. 1 asked the Utah high court to
withdraw his 1993 guilty plea to revisit 2nd District Judge Michael
aggravated murder. Lyon’s refusal to hear the motion
At his sentencing hearing, to rescind the plea bargain.
Lovell said he killed Joyce Yost of Lyon cited jurisdictional and
South Ogden in 1985 to keep her other statutory impediments.
from testifying that he had raped “It’s a procedural mess,” said
her. Tom Brunker, the assistant Utah
Lovell had been convicted of attorney general who coordinates
the 1985 rape based on Yost’s pre- the ofﬁce’s handling of death-pen-
liminary hearing testimony. alty appeals.
It wasn’t until seven years lat- “There is no question of ac-
er that evidence emerged to also tual guilt,” he said. “But if he
charge him with the murder. wins, we would go to trial even
In a plea bargain, prosecutors though he has made a sworn
agreed not to seek the death pen- admission from the stand. ... He
alty in return for Lovell reveal- essentially wants to start the
ing where he buried Yost. case all over again.”
career poses a
challenge for some
a time when my search changed
from looking for a good job to any
By BRADY TOLLEY job,”
Even though Morris is a recent
Despite an improving job mar- graduate he already feels disillu-
ket, particularly in the hiring of sioned by his difﬁculty in ﬁnding
recent college graduates, some a job.
BYU graduates have trouble ﬁnd- In an effort to gain experience
ing work in their respective ca- while still in school, both Morris
reers. and Funk completed internships.
“The days of getting a Bache- Neither considered working for
lor’s degree and getting a good the companies they interned at.
job out of college are over,” said If possible, Funk recommends
Devin Morris, a ﬁnance graduate fulﬁlling an internship at a com-
from the Marriott School of Man- pany for which one would consid-
agement. er working.
These familiar words ring true Funk partially attributes his
for Morris as he searches for a job difﬁculty ﬁnding a job to the fact
in the real estate industry, hop- that he expected everything to
ing to gain valuable experience just fall into place.
in his ﬁeld of choice. “You can’t expect job place-
“It’s a double-edged sword. ment to just place you in a job.
Everybody wants to hire experi- That never occurred to me when
enced people, and it is hard to get I was in school,” Funk said.
valuable experience right out of It may be necessary for gradu-
college,” Morris said. ates to accept lower paying jobs
Morris turned down a job of- just to gain experience.
fer while he was still enrolled in “You have to just start some-
school because that job, though it where and gain experience,”
offered exceptional pay, provided said Jay Irvine, Undergraduate
no useful experience in real es- Placement Coordinator with the
tate. Sacriﬁcing money for expe- Marriott School. “You work the
rience, Morris thinks, will help hardest you can at that job and
him in the long run. you use that experience to lever-
Chad Funk, another ﬁnance age yourself a better situation.”
graduate, left BYU in April of There is good news for students
2002 with a 3.79 G.P.A. He started and recent graduates, however.
working his ﬁrst “real” job in Nationwide, employers expect to
January of 2003. hire 13.1 percent more new col-
“Honestly, my grades did me lege graduates in 2004-2005 than
no good,” he said. “As long as I they hired in 2003-2004. That,
had a G.P.A. over 3.3, it wouldn’t coupled with the national unem-
have made any difference. It hurt ployment rate dropping from 5.5
my pride a little bit (not having a to 5.4 percent, should ease job
job) listening to others brag about hunting pains for students.
their good situations. There came
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12 The Daily Universe, September 8, 2004
President George W. Bush participates in an “Ask President Bush” event Tuesday
WASHINGTON — The federal deﬁcit at the Missouri State Fair Coliseum in Sedalia, Mo. The Bush campaign answered
will swell to a record $422 billion this questions Tuesday concerning Bush’s position on the $422 billion deﬁcit.
election year but fall short of even more
dire forecasts, Congress’ top budget out the impact of inﬂation. should prove largely accurate because
analysts projected Tuesday in a report “This is absolutely an unsustainable the government’s budget year has less
that became instant fodder for both po- course for the country,” said Sen. Kent than four weeks left, running through
litical parties. Conrad of North Dakota, the Senate Sept. 30. It does not include money Bush
The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Committee’ top Democrat. wants to help Florida recover from
Reuters Budget Ofﬁce said the shortfall would But Republicans noted that the fore- recent hurricanes — $2 billion he re-
Former President Bill Clinton at a London bookstore to sign his book “My Life” in this July 12, shrink to $348 billion next year — still cast was better than the $477 billion quested Monday and another proposal
2004 ﬁle photo. Doctors began heart bypass surgery on President Clinton at New York-Pres- the third worst ever in dollar terms. deﬁcit congressional analysts predict- expected soon.
Last year’s $375 billion gap was the pre- ed in March and the $445 billion gap the The government is expected to spend
byterian Hospital early on Monday. vious record. White House expected in July. Coupled nearly $2.3 trillion this year, which
The projections reverberated on the
Source: Clinton talking, taking
with other recent data, they said, the means it will borrow about one of every
campaign trail, where Democrats im- new numbers were evidence of an im- ﬁve dollars it spends.
mediately criticized President Bush proving economy. The congressional report envisions
for what will be the fourth consecutive The improvement is “a sign of the shortfalls gradually easing to $65 bil-
liquids day after bypass surgery
year in which the budget’s bottom line economic growth that is a result of lion by 2014 for a 10-year total of nearly
has worsened. They linked the ﬁgure to President Bush’s leadership on tax re- $2.3 trillion. But the analysts noted that
the 900,000 net job loss since Bush took lief,” said Tim Adams, policy director their forecast, meant as a neutral mea-
ofﬁce and the recent announcement for the Bush campaign. suring stick, assumed no changes in
that Medicare’s premiums will rise by Such a deﬁcit would equal 3.6 percent taxes or spending for the next decade.
17 percent next year. of the U.S. economy, well below the 6 That left them ignoring expensive
Associated Press “W. stands for wrong, the wrong di- percent peak reached under President steps that would worsen deﬁcits. The
rection for America,” said Democratic Reagan. Many economists consider report said preventing Bush’s tax cuts
NEW YORK — Former President Clinton tensive, with blockages in some arteries presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry that ratio to be the most important mea- from expiring — as Bush has asked
was talking and taking liquids on Tuesday, well over 90 percent. Doctors said Clinton of Massachusetts, invoking Bush’s mid- sure of the deﬁcit’s economic impact. Congress to do — would add $2.2 trillion
a day after undergoing an operation to re- was in grave danger of suffering a heart at- dle initial. “Our policies are working to create to the shortfalls through 2014, includ-
lieve four severely clogged arteries, a hos- tack in the near future. A $422 billion deﬁcit would be the big- a stronger economy, more jobs and a ing the government’s added borrowing
pital source told The Associated Press. Clinton, 58, went to the hospital last week gest dollar amount in history, though lower deﬁcit,” said House Budget Com- costs. Easing the alternative minimum
Clinton remained in intensive care at after complaining of prolonged chest pain and the shortfalls of World War II were larg- mittee Chairman Jim Nussle, R-Iowa. tax’s impact on middle-income earners
New York Presbyterian Hospital/Colum- shortness of breath, but doctors said those er when the ﬁgures are adjusted to even The $422 billion deﬁcit forecast would cost another $435 billion.
bia, and his spirits were “ﬁ ne,” the source symptoms were actually present for several
said, speaking on condition of anonymity. months. They said he had blamed them on
The source described the scene at the Man-
hattan hospital as swarming with Secret Ser-
lapses in his exercise routine and acid reﬂux.
In bypass surgery, doctors remove one or Fresh ﬁreﬁghters gaining upper hand in California
vice and hospital security personnel. more blood vessels from elsewhere in the
The former president was taken off his body — in Clinton’s case, two arteries from on the front lines, up from 1,110 a day the ﬁ re would threaten the vineyard
respirator Monday night, a crucial step in the chest and a vein from the leg — and at- earlier, ofﬁcials said the blaze in So- area of Sonoma’s Alexander Valley, but
Associated Press noma and Lake counties was 85 per- the ﬁ re shifted directions from south
his recovery, said Dr. Bob Kelly, a member tach them to arteries serving the heart, de-
of Clinton’s surgery team. touring around blockages. cent contained Tuesday morning, up to east. The vineyards aren’t consid-
GEYSERVILLE, Calif. — An in-
“Everything is going very well,” Kelly Clinton had planned to campaign for from just 35 percent the night before. ered threatened now, Marshall said.
fusion of fresh manpower helped
told NBC’s “Today” show. Democratic presidential candidate John “There is a saying that many hands In addition to the four vaca-
ﬁ reﬁghters gain the upper hand
Clinton’s doctors will decide when he can Kerry, but the recovery will take him off make light work, and while this cer- tion homes, the ﬁ re had destroyed
Tuesday on a wildﬁ re that had
be moved out of the intensive care unit. It was the stump with just eight weeks left until burned across more than 12,500 tainly isn’t light work, the extra eight outbuildings and an electrical
possible he would go to the hospital’s McK- the election. acres and destroyed four homes in help has allowed us to make great equipment storage vault owned by
een Pavilion, where patients are treated to a It is “too soon to know what will be possi- Northern California’s wine country. strides and progress,” Marshall said. a local utility, Marshall said. About
piano player at a daily complementary high ble,” said Jim Kennedy, Clinton’s spokesman. Cooler, moist air that had been fore- Full containment of the ﬁ re, in un- 40 residents had been evacuated.
tea. Other perks include meals prepared by a “As the doctors said, it will be two to three cast for the region failed to material- even and often steep terrain, was not Seven ﬁ reﬁghters were injured.
gourmet chef and concierge service. months before he is 100 percent recovered.” ize during the night, but the extra per- expected until Wednesday, she said. State ofﬁcials gave Calpine Corp.
Clinton was expected to leave the hospi- Before the surgery, Clinton had been sonnel more than compensated for the The blaze started Friday about 60 and Paciﬁc Gas & Electric Co. permis-
tal in four or ﬁve days. scheduled at a book signing of his new poor weather, said Janet Marshall, miles north of San Francisco and has sion Tuesday to ﬁ re up major power
Doctors performed the four-hour qua- memoir in Baltimore and a book party in spokeswoman for the state Depart- fed on tinder-dry brush, with ﬂames lines through the area that had been
druple bypass operation on Monday and Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, Kennedy ment of Forestry and Fire Protection. driven by dry, unpredictable wind. Au- shut down to prevent injuries to ﬁ re-
found that Clinton’s heart disease was ex- said. With more than 2,600 ﬁ reﬁghters thorities initially were concerned that ﬁghters, Marshall said.
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The Daily Universe, September 8, 2004 13
‘GREATEST TEAM IN HISTORY’
for football fans
By JEREMY TWITCHELL
Given the roller coaster ride
that has been BYU football over
the last three years, making this
year’s preseason prognostica-
tions proved nigh impossible
— too many unknown factors,
too little information to make an
Fortunately for BYU fans, Sat-
urday’s victory over Notre Dame
answered many of those ques-
Yes, Gary Crowton can still
game plan to get the most out of
his players. Yes, John Beck has
matured at the quarterback po-
sition. Yes, last year’s stellar de-
fense can get better despite major
And, most importantly: Yes,
the Cougars can still win.
Yet for all the questions the
Cougars answered Saturday,
they raised many others that
have BYU fans still wondering
about their team. For example...
Q : Is there a quarterback
controversy at BYU?
Beck is the starter. He proved
himself in camp and earned the
starting position. However, Matt
Berry took advantage of his op-
portunity when Beck left the
game in the second quarter with a Photo by Mario Ruiz
shoulder injury and completed 65 Crowds cheer the 1984 BYU football team as they stand on the ﬁeld during the halftime for Saturday night’s football game against Notre Dame in LaVell Edwards Stadium.
percent of his passes, including The team is celebrating the National Championship won 20 years ago. Quarter Back Robbie Bosco is in foreground.
a 42-yard touchdown bomb that
proved he has the arm strength
put in hall of fame
so many questioned last season.
Of course, no one needs to
be reminded of Berry’s costly
fourth-quarter interception that
made the game much closer than
it should have been. But the fact
remains, he made the big plays
when BYU needed them, and
most importantly, he got the job
Beck is still Crowton’s guy,
and deservedly so. His skills
are more suited to his surround- By JEFFREY BAER ments shared by these men. A few players shared their
ing cast and better for what the reactions, memories, and the impact it has had on their
coaching staff is trying to accom- s one of only three college football teams lives.
plish. While Berry was good Sat- to ever complete a perfect 13-0 season at the “This was one of the best experiences that I’ve had in
urday, he probably was not good Division I level, the 1984 football team im- a long time,” former wide receiver Adam Haysbert said.
enough to create any serious con- proved its resume with an induction into the “There’s so much in me that I can’t say it. Just to see
troversy. Brigham Young University Athletic Hall of Fame last the faces of my teammates and given that opportunity
However, if Beck’s shoulder Friday night. to be honored at half time and welcomed into the Hall of
injury limits his playing time in The team was also honored during pre-game and Fame. That does a lot for a man.”
upcoming games and Berry can halftime ceremonies at the BYU-Notre Dame football Gratitude was a common theme among 1984 alumni.
improve on Saturday’s outing, game Saturday. “The older I get, the more I appreciate what we accom-
fans should brace themselves for Former BYU Athletic Director Glen Tuckett offered plished,” Jim Herrmann said.
another year of musical quarter- the tribute, saying, “There was no one as thrilling as Though some members of the football team felt unde-
backs. the 1984 national championship team.” serving of recognition becasue of lack of playing time
“Everyone in their own and significant way made or a seemingly insigniﬁcant role, Haysbert made clear
this the greatest team in BYU football history,” said that all contributors to the team were champions.
: Can the O-line get the job Jim Herrmann, former defensive end. “Were we the “There is no such thing as a scrub on our BYU na-
done? fastest, or the strongest or the most talented? Prob-
ably not. But when it came to teamwork, we were the
tional football team,” he said. “Every man on that team
played a part in our success, whether they were stars
BYU gained just 22 yards on the
very best.” or not. They are a part of history, and they should be Photo by Nick Sowards
ground and gave up four sacks.
In talking with former legends of the gridiron, one proud of that.” Legendary BYU football coach LaVell Edwards
These two stats indicate the Cou-
would expect to hear stories of personal triumphs Jay Huckaby, a member of the practice team, shared speaks Friday at the 1984 National Champion-
gars didn’t get the job done in the
and victories won on the football ﬁeld. While football his favorite memory from the bowl game against Michi-
brought the 1984 national championship team together, gan. He and the other practice team members were not
ship Team’s induction ceremony into the BYU
Running backs Curtis Brown Athletic Hall of Fame.
and Fahu Tahi rarely had open relationships and brotherhood are at the core of senti- See AWARD on Page 14
See QUESTIONS on Page 14
Cross country season is here and so is the men’s preview
year,” said Josh Rohatinsky, a sophomore. “When Team All-Conference. Lindsay earned NCAA All-
you do that, every team wants to beat you. We have Mountain region honors.
B y R YA N C L A R K the talent to [win the conference]. I think if we run The two newcomers to watch are Goodwin and By-
how we can, we can get it.” bee. Goodwin earned all-state honors and 5A Runner
Senior Nathan Robison said being the favored of the Year in Utah while attending Mountain View
The BYU’s men’s cross country team hopes to team in the conference does add extra pressure, but High School. He placed fourth at the Alumni Invi-
continue to improve on last year’s success by plac- it is nothing the team can’t handle. tational. Bybee also attended Mountain View High
ing in the top four at the NCAA championships “It always kind of has a little pressure because School. He was a four-time All-Region selection in
this year. almost every year we’re ranked ﬁrst, so every year cross country.
“We have a bunch of seniors and extremely the pressure builds and everyone wants to bring you However, Eyestone said he thinks it is their depth
high expectations, and so a top four finish is down,” Robison said. “I deﬁnitely think we’re strong that will be the key to their success.
kind of similar to a final four in basketball and enough to be [ranked ﬁrst]. We’re very capable of fol- “This year we have a very deep team,” Eyestone
would be phenomenal,” said Ed Eyestone, men’s lowing up on that.” said. “Ten to 12 guys have the potential of being a top-
cross country coach. “I think a realistic goal Eyestone said some of the key runners to watch seven guy for us. I’ve got a good combination of youth
for us to have.” are Robison and Rohatinsky, as well as seniors Brian and experience.”
The Cougars top priority is to win back the Moun- Lindsay and Matt Adams and freshmen Chandler The Cougars’ season got underway last Friday
tain West Conference title from Air Force, who won Goodwin and Dustin Bybee. with the BYU Alumni Invitational. And continues
the title in 2003, after BYU won it the previous three Robison is a returning senior. He placed 29th at with another exhibition meet, the Autumn Classic, on
years. According to the preseason coaches’ poll, BYU the NCAA championships last year and earned All- Saturday. The regular season begins with the Notre
is the team to beat in the conference. They received American honors. He did not run in the Alumni In- Dame Invitational in South Bend, Ind., on Oct. 1.
three ﬁrst place votes while Air Force received two vitational last week and will not compete at the BYU The players and the coach think this team is tal-
and Colorado State one. Autumn Classic on Saturday. Eyestone said he wants ented and is capable of great things.
“First and foremost, we want to claim the Moun- to give him extra rest because Robison spent his sum- “This is going to be our best team in a long time,”
tain West Conference championship,” Eyestone said. mer preparing for and competing in the Olympic tri- Robison said. “Our goal is to be top four at nationals,
“We won it my ﬁrst three years here, which was good als for the 1,500 meters. and I really think we can do it. Josh is looking incred-
work, but we got nipped by Air Force last year. Our Rohatinsky is a redshirt sophomore. He returned ible, and just behind him we have a really, really solid
number one goal is to win the conference.” from a mission last year, but sat out the season to get core of runners that are going to hold up the rest of
It won’t be easy, however. Eyestone said Air Force into better shape. Rohatinsky won the Alumni Invi- the team.”
and Colorado State are returning strong teams, and tational, the Cougars’ ﬁrst meet this year, in a time Rohatinsky agreed with Robison on the caliber of
New Mexico had a great recruiting year. of 19:50. this team.
Photo by Kyle Morgan
“We’ve always been targeted in the conference. Two returning seniors to watch are Adams and “As a team, we have a lot of potential,” Rohatinsky
Junior Josh Rohatinsky runs during the Alumni Classic on There are a lot of schools that don’t like us just be- Lindsay. Last year, Adams placed 8th at the MWC said. “We have the talent on the team. The guys that
Friday. Rohatinsky won the race in a time of 19:50. cause we’re BYU and we have won almost every Championships and was named to the MWC Second- we have are amazing.”
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14 The Daily Universe, September 8, 2004
BYU football team ﬁnds house in BYU Athletic Hall of Fame
Continued from Page 13 Haysbert, from a baptist background, made the
decision to come to BYU because it was a “spiritu-
in uniform as they watched the end of a perfect al” school. “The people here had the mind-set that
season from the sidelines. During the game, some kept me from becoming a wild child,” he said. “Be-
of the offensive linemen took the time to come over cause of the surroundings, BYU was an incubator
and thank them individually for what they had to the seed of character and the godliness that was
done to prepare them for the game. in me.”
“They didn’t have to do that, being seniors and His experiences eventually led him to become a
the big stars,” Huckaby said. “But that’s the kind man of God later on in life. Haysbert now serves as
of guys that we had. The starters were very inclu- a minister in Philadelphia.
sive of everybody that had a part of it.” “I probably wouldn’t be here,” he said, “if it wasn’t
Via Sikahema, a running back on the ’84 team for those prior experiences of playing football and
and now a broadcaster in Philadelphia, recited the coming to this university.”
story of Jim Kimball, a practice quarterback. Defensive tackle Jay Huckaby said football
“Every year during practice, Jim would break taught him if you apply yourself, you can really ac-
the huddle," he said, "and all of the sudden the complish anything you want to. Huckaby has car-
National Anthem would start to play,” Sikahema ried on the football tradition by coaching a high
said. “ And he would take off his helmet, put his school football team in Nevada for 12 years. He
hand over his heart, and face the upper campus also met his wife at BYU and is the father of two
while the defensive coaches were screaming at
him to get behind the center and snap the football,
Haysbert put in perspective what it means to be
to no avail. Jim Kimball would stand there until it
a member of the championship team 20 years later.
the national anthem was ﬁnished.”
“To all my fellow teammates, I salute you," he said.
All who had a part in the team have BYU
"One of the greatest things that you could come
experiences that have changed them forever.
away with from that season and that time are your
“Some of us have become successful busi-
wives, children, a home and a family; and that’s the
ness men, some of us lawyers, doctors, others
most honorable thing that you could have. You are
among us husbands and fathers,” Herrmann
said. “And sadly, some of us are no longer worthy of honor. That’s a Hall of Famer right there.
with us.” I believe that’s a person you should be proud of.”
Photo by Mark Philbrick/BYU “These truly are outstanding men,” legendary
Life has dealt all of the players a different hand.
Sean Knight, defensive tackle of the ‘84 team,
The '84 BYU football team celebrates their Holiday Bowl victory over Michigan, earning them the national champion- BYU head coach LaVell Edwards said. “I know it’s
said BYU gave him a different perspective on life. ship and ending their perfect season. easy to say nice things about people when they are
“I didn’t grow up in an LDS home, but I did grow being honored, and we all have our weaknesses.
up with great parents,” he said. “There is such a But what they have done with their lives has been
told him to quit. Hunter is now a ﬁnancial adviser and an offensive
tangible spirit at BYU that everybody feels it, espe- the most enjoyable aspect of this entire experience.”
“You had to watch your step out there [in the line coach at Snow College. Though he no longer
cially if they’ve been to other universities.” NFL],” Hunter said. “You were being watched more plays, he said he’s able to teach 18 and 19-year-olds After the victorious Holiday Bowl in ‘84, BYU Presi-
This effected Knight greatly as he later played in often then not and you have to make sure that after some of those same things he learned in that ‘84 sea- dent Jeffery R. Holland was noted to have said, “Gen-
the NFL with the New Orleans Saints, Denver Bron- leaving BYU, you behave properly and treat people as son. tlemen, my heroes in life are Lincoln and Churchill;
cos and Arizona Cardinals. After retiring, he re- your faith dictates.” “I really still enjoy the game,” Hunter said. “I have and I have just added this team to my list.”
ceived a master’s degree in physical therapy and cur- He also spoke of the respect that many players had a deﬁnite passion for [football] and for the lessons it With the championship ring on their ﬁngers,
rently sells medical supplies. In the forefront of these for graduates of BYU. “A lot of guys wouldn’t let you will teach folks. You deﬁnitely learn hard work and memories that unite them, and friendships that
accomplishments, he said he is especially grateful for mess up if you wanted to,” Hunter said. Despite their can immediately see the rewards.” have endured, the oft repeated words of Glen Tuck-
his four children and “beautiful” wife. tough presence and large build, they would look out Hunter is also seeing the rewards of coaching as he ett echo louder twenty years later: “Of such deter-
John Hunter, a defensive linemen in 1984, for him, saying things like “He can’t have any. He’s now has players all over the country in major football mination and character are national champions
played in the NFL for ﬁve years before his body Mormon. He needs some 7-up.” colleges. made.”
losing key players
Hollie could not see herself
B y K AT I E G H O L S O N playing without Heather.
“When Heather got hurt, it
Even with last season’s 15-14
just wasn’t an option to play with-
record and only losing two se-
out her,” Hollie said.
niors, the experienced women’s Even though she is healthy,
basketball team still has an un- Hollie does not plan on working
predictable upcoming season. out with the team.
The heavily-recruited Han- “It’s time to move on,” Hollie
sen twins, Heather and Hollie, said.
will not be rejoining the team Last season as freshmen, Hol-
this season. lie played in more than 23 games
Three weeks ago, Heather and Heather played in more than
re-injured her back. After visit- 13. The duo was expected to be
ing the doctor, she found she had signiﬁcant contributors on the
spondolysthesis and her back team this season.
would only get worse. “I know they would be very
“After ﬁnding out I knew I had good players when I recruited
to make a decision, so I prayed them three years ago,” Judkins
about it and felt good about the said. “I thought the two would be
decision.” Heather said. “I de- a big impact on our program this
cided to value my life as priority season.”
instead of basketball.” Without the twins on the
The injury not only causes team, other team members will
her back to ache, but her right leg be asked to ﬁll their spots. There
goes numb down to her knee. are six seniors on the team this
Heather said the decision season that could all step in and
took so long because she loves ﬁll the void.
basketball, the team, and BYU “It will be a big opportunity
head coach Jeff Judkins. After for someone else,” Judkins said.
deciding not to play, she said she Judkins is now planning on
doesn’t know how many games taking six walk-ons instead of
she will be able to attend because ﬁve to bring his roster to the full
she would want to play again. number for practice reasons.
“I love the girls and want to
watch and support them, but I’m
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The Daily Universe, September 8, 2004 15
Williams robbed of point in loss to Capriati
box, then turned and walked toward
Associated Press Alves, saying: “No, no, no, no, no.
” o, no, no, no, no. That was my point! What are you
NEW YORK — Unfairly, unbeliev- talking about? What’s going on? Ex-
ably, Serena Williams was robbed That was my point! cuse me? That ball was so in. What
of a point by an umpire’s mistake the heck is this?”
at the U.S. Open, just like her sister ... That ball was so Then Williams placed a ball on
the court, slightly in off the line,
was at Wimbledon.
It happened in the opening game
in. What the heck and continued to plead her case
of the third set between Williams is this?” while pointing: “The ball landed
and Jennifer Capriati, who went on here. That ball was not out. Are you
to win their Open quarterﬁnal 2-6, Serena Williams kidding me? I’m trying to tell you:
6-4, 6-4 Tuesday night. Professional Tennis Player The ball was not out. Do I need to
The match was tight and testy, speak another language?”
the way it almost always has been Alves responded: “Please calm
during the 17 matches between the at Wimbledon was the most lopsided down.”
two: contested calls, spiked rackets, defeat Capriati ever had at a major. Capriati stood at the other end,
a bit of gamesmanship and strokes So Tuesday’s encounter was their shaking her head. On the next
pounded with power. A lot of power. third straight at a Slam, and much point, she sailed a backhand long
Capriati played superbly, without a like Venus Williams’ loss to Lind- on a 14-stroke rally — which should
doubt, but what always will be remem- say Davenport in the fourth round have ended the game for Williams.
bered is the miscue by chair umpire Monday, this one could have been Instead, it sent the score back to
Mariana Alves of Portugal. She gave for the title. For the ﬁrst time since deuce, and Capriati capitalized
a point to Capriati at deuce to start 1998, both Williams sisters will end with a tremendous volley winner to
the ﬁnal set after Williams hit a back- a season without a single Grand get another break point, converted
hand that clearly landed in — and was Slam title between them. with a forehand that tripped off the
ruled good by the line judge. Serena Williams has won six net cord and landed in.
Williams wound up being broken majors — including two at the U.S. It was eerily reminiscent of
in that game, and though she did Open — and Capriati has won three Wimbledon, where Venus Williams
break right back, she was broken — though she’s never been to the ﬁ- was upset in the second round after
again to 2-1 and never recovered. nal at Flushing Meadows. her opponent, Karolina Sprem, was
TV replays also appeared to show at To her credit, Capriati dug deep mistakenly awarded an extra point
least two other incorrect calls that in the second and third sets, play- in the ﬁnal-set tiebreaker. Venus
went against Williams in the ﬁnal ing brilliant defense by scrambling didn’t argue at all, saying later she
game, when Capriati needed three along the baseline to extend points was confused.
match points to serve it out. until Williams made a mistake. Williams-Capriati, full of the-
“I didn’t even, like, look at it. It Williams ﬁnished with 57 unforced atrics, was followed in Arthur
was close. I was just going to what errors, 29 more than Capriati. Ashe Stadium by defending cham-
the umpire said,” Capriati told the Those allowed Capriati to win even pion Andy Roddick against No. 18
crowd afterward, drawing some though she managed only 12 clean Tommy Robredo in a fourth-round
boos and murmurs. winners. match. The winner faces No. 28
“Believe me, I’ve had things go Williams had 25 game-win- Joachim Johansson, who defeated
against me many times, plenty of ning strokes ofﬁcially, but that Michael Llodra 6-2, 6-3, 6-2.
times. I deserve to get a call once in really should have been 26. Serv- Earlier, 2001 Open winner Lley-
a while.” ing to start the third set, Williams ton Hewitt beat Karol Beck 6-4, 6-2,
In the semiﬁnals, the eighth-seed- smacked a backhand down the line, 6-2 for his 14th consecutive win, and
ed Capriati will face No. 6 Elena De- on the far side of the court from the Tommy Haas beat Tomas Berdych
mentieva, who outlasted No. 2 Ame- chair umpire. 7-6 (6), 6-1, 7-5, erasing three set
lie Mauresmo 4-6, 6-4, 7-6 (1) in an TV replays showed the ball land- points in the tiebreaker.
earlier match marred by 24 double- ed in, by an inch or more, and the “I’m playing pretty solid tennis,
faults, 82 unforced errors, 36 break line judge called it correctly. But as day in, day out,” said Hewitt, who
points, and 14 service breaks. Williams walked to the baseline to hasn’t dropped a set.
After racing through the ﬁrst serve, dribbling the ball with her Serena Williams hadn’t, either,
set, Williams started playing more racket, Alves overruled that call until facing a determined Capriati,
poorly, allowing Capriati to build and announced: “Advantage, Capri- who showed far more grit Tuesday
up her conﬁdence and narrow her ati.” than she did in her epic semiﬁnal
head-to-head deﬁcit to 10-7; 12 of A stunned Williams looked up loss to eventual champion Justine
those matches went three sets, in- and asked, “What happened?” Then, Henin-Hardenne last year at the
cluding six of seven at majors. with hand on hip, she said to Alves: Open.
Williams won eight straight until “That’s my point. That ball was in. “You get second chance after
Capriati won two in a row on clay It’s my advantage.” chance after chance,” Capriati said. Reuters
this year, including the French Williams swiveled to look up at “I don’t care what the tennis looks Serena Williams of the United States argues a point Tuesday night with the umpire during the third set
Open. But Williams’ 6-1, 6-1 victory her parents and sisters in the guest like, as long as it’s gutsy.” of her U.S. Open quarterﬁnal match against compatriot Jennifer Capriati in New York.
Porter ready to be No. 1 receiver for Raiders there and know that a healthy roster, including the 41-year-
ers released Brown, the fran- Porter is finally healthy,
me could dominate the guy old Rice and talented rookie
chise’s longest-tenured member, which could be a major factor
Associated Press across from me, but I’m playing receivers Carlos Francis and
during training camp when he ” hysically and talent- in his durability.
in a shell of myself.” Johnnie Morant.
wouldn’t accept a drastically His painful stomach limited
ALAMEDA, Calif. — When
reduced role on the team. wise, he's obviously as his every move last season. It
The Raiders are eager to see
what he can do now as their top
That hasn’t affected Porter’s
Jerry Porter joined the Oak-
Brown quickly landed with was worse than most people
land Raiders, the team had Tim
former Raiders coach Jon
good as they come. He knew, in part because he forced
receiver. Porter will have quite “I want 2,000 yards,” he said
Brown and Andre Rison. Later, the supporting cast, too. Oak- with a smile. “I set my goals re-
Jerry Rice came aboard.
Gruden and ex-Oakland general can be one of the best himself to play through it when-
land kept seven receivers and ally high. If I don’t hit them at
manager Bruce Allen in Tampa
Porter patiently waited for four tight ends on its 53-man least I aim pretty high.”
his chance, a difficult task for a
Bay, and Porter embraced his in the league if he dedi- He underwent what the team
upgraded role. called multiple hernia surgery
confident and sometimes brash
receiver well aware of his big
“Tim was still here, Jerry cates himself.” last Sept. 12, and he believes he
was still here. I didn’t expect was rushed back – partly by his
potential. Tim Brown own doing.
Still, he decided to learn all he to be starting this year,” Porter
said. “I really didn’t think they “I put the blame on 50-50 me
could from the greats in front of
could do it. Tim Brown is Mr. and the organization,” he said.
him, knowing that many never
Raider. He’s a lifer.” safety, filled in as an emergency Porter played at about 50
get the chance to play alongside
one, not to mention two, of the Porter still talks to Brown a quarterback, and played f lank- percent all season, aggravat-
best ever to have played at their couple days a week, communi- er. He even returned kicks. He ing the problem and needing
position. cating either by cell phone or also was a sprinter for the West another procedure in January,
“Did I have a choice?” said via text message. Virginia track team. essentially to repair the wall
Porter, Oakland’s second-round This preseason, Porter “Jerry Porter is a talented of his lower abdomen area. The
draft pick in 2000 out of West caught seven passes for 100 guy, a guy that has played,” injury turned out not to be a
Virginia. “You control what yards, totals that ranked him Brown said. “The only question hernia.
you can control. When I came third behind Doug Gabriel and about him in my mind is can Porter appeared in nine
in, I think Tim Brown was in Alvis Whitted. But the num- he play every down? He hasn’t games with one start, finishing
his 14th year, Andre Rison was bers are misleading because played the whole game as a with 28 catches for 361 yards
like in his 13th, and the next the first-team offense plays starter before, so can he play and one touchdown.
year they bring in Jerry Rice, fewer snaps during the exhibi- the amount of plays that he’s “I think people knew that I
and he was like in his 16th year. tion schedule. going to have to play? was hurt,” Porter said. “They
It was always said, ‘They can’t Porter is 6-foot-2 and 220 “Physically and talentwise, just didn’t know the severity of
play forever.’ Now’s my time.” pounds, and possesses the kind he’s obviously as good as they it. I didn’t know the severity of
Porter is the Raiders’ new of athleticism that makes him a come. He can be one of the best it, but I knew it was more than
No. 1 option at wideout. viable deep-threat option – tjust in the league if he dedicates what was being let on. I never
The opportunity actually the kind of receiver owner Al himself to the game and does felt 100 percent at any point in
came sooner than the 26-year- Davis loves. the things that he’s capable of time in the preseason. It was
old Porter expected. The Raid- In college, Porter was a free doing.” tough. It was tough to get out
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16 The Daily Universe, September 8, 2004 ARTS CULTURE
Utah Symphony makes music
with award-winning pianist
ley Music Festival. her talent, Clark said.
“We wanted to bring her back “You’re going to hear some-
By ELIZABETH WARDLE because the people were so im- thing familiar,” Clark said.
pressed,” Clark said. The ﬁrst performance, will
Piano lovers unite at the open- Born into a family of musi- include Beethoven’s ever-popu-
ing of Utah Symphony’s Master- cians, Kern began her study of lar Symphony No. 5 and Strauss’
work series, which starts Friday the piano at age 5. By the time Till Eulenspiegels Merry
featuring award-winning pia- she was 17, Kern had already Pranks, led by conductor Keith
nist Olga Kern. won the ﬁrst Rachmaninoff In- Lockhart.
Kern joins Michael Chertock ternational Piano Competition. “Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony
and Max Levinson on piano Kern was the ﬁrst woman is his most famous,” Hansen
throughout the month play- more than 30 years to receive a said. “The second movement
ing works from recognizable gold medal at the Eleventh Van is the most beautiful I’ve ever
composers such as Beethoven, Cliburn International Piano heard in my whole life.”
Strauss, Schumann, Gershwin Competition in June 2001. The Masterworks series will
and others. Kern will perform The Cliburn Competition is continue throughout the season
Schumann’s captivating Piano one of the top piano concerts in from September until May. On Photo by Jacob Joslin
Concerto in A minor. the world, which makes Olga Sept. 17-18, Michael Chertock,
“Kern is one of the new great
interpreters because she plays
Kern one of the best pianists in
the world, said Kurt Hansen, a
a famed Gershwin interpreter,
will be the featured pianist who
with such conﬁdence,” said junior from Orem, majoring in will perform a selection of well- Bob Bauer, a senior theater student, and Laura Sorensen, a junior theater student, rehearse a 10 min-
Spencer Clark, spokesman for piano performance. known American Music along ute play to be performed as part of the Provo Fringe Theater Project. They will perform Sept. 23-25
the Utah Symphony. Schumann’s concerto, which with conductor Keith Lockhart.
Kern will be performing, is stan- Conductor Graeme Jenkins
at 7:30 p.m. in the Provo Arts Center. The Provo Fringe Theater Project will contain short plays that
Kern ﬁrst appeared with the
Utah Symphony in 2002 to per- dard in a pianist’s repertoire. will lead the Symphony on Sept. were written by BYU students and alumni.
form Rachmaninoff’s Concerto Kern’s stage presence, eye 24-25 with Max Levinson on Pi-
No. 3 and just last month re- contact with the audience and ano, performing works by Dvor-
ceived critical acclaim for her passion for the music is what ak, Mendelssohn and Brahms.
performance of Rachmaninoff’s makes her a favorite and brings “These are things people
Concerto No. 2 at the Deer Val- audiences back to experience know and love,” Clark said.
Payson festival honors onion harvest
Stars speak out about careers, issues large bites. One little girl broke
off pieces and shoved them into
her tear-streaked face. The
brated its 75th anniversary this
weekend. The festival started
in 1929 as a celebration of the
TOKYO (AP) — As long as sive scientist responsible for PARIS (AP) — Madonna drew By JESSICA ALLRED
crowd looked on in horror as onion harvest to invite people
the crowds keep coming, Will technological innovations that massive applause from a sold-
Thousands of people gathered the ﬁve contestants struggled to to Payson and to have old resi-
Smith will be ready to walk have populated the world with out crowd at Paris’ Bercy stadi-
this weekend in Payson for the keep the onions down. dents come back to mingle with
down the red carpet to promote machine servants vaguely re- um when she dedicated a cover
annual Onion Days Festival to After the ﬁve minutes was up friends, according to the ﬁrst
his latest movie. sembling humans. version of John Lennon’s peace
honor the onion harvest and the champion, Blake Bronson, proclamation for onion days
Two months after “I, Robot,” It’s a physical role, heavy on ode “Imagine” to the Russian
there was not an onion in sight. 23, a University of Utah senior, written in 1929.
his new summer hit, opened the action _ familiar territory hostage crisis.
At least that used to be the clenched his stomach, his red Onions were one of the major
in theaters across the United for Smith, star of the “Men in Addressing the audience mid-
case according to Jolynn Ford, a face not masking his look of crops in Payson 75 years ago but
States, he was in Tokyo for yet Black” films and “Indepen- way through her Sunday-night
Payson resident and member of seeming disgust. He doubled it has been decades since they
another gala premiere. dence Day,” also summer hits. show, Madonna spoke brieﬂy
the Payson Onion Days Commit- over in the corner of the stage have been grown in the com-
“When people are enjoying He also starred in the ‘90s TV about the hostage-taking at a
tee. This year for the ﬁrst time as the crowd cheered. He had munity now known for its or-
the movie, you don’t ever want comedy “The Fresh Prince of school in the southern city of
in a long time the onion reap- eaten about three-fourths of his chards.
to stop doing premieres,” the Bel-Air.” Beslan that left at least 330 dead.
peared, this time in an onion- onion. For his efforts he won a Most Payson residents have
actor-rapper said in an inter- “I started off as a comedian,” Ofﬁcials have blamed the deadly
eating contest. pocketknife, a tackle box and a never seen an onion grown in
view. “You want to be going to said Smith, who was in Tokyo attack on Chechens and other Is-
The contest began at 3:30 pm $20 gift certiﬁcate to Wal-Mart. Payson although the old manu-
different cities and countries Tuesday for the premiere. “But lamic militants.
on the stage in Constitution Of his win Bronson said he facturing plant still exists.
and continents all over the I look back at my life, and think, As video images of war and
Park. There were ﬁve contes- felt, “very, very sick and happy The festival was full of fun ac-
globe. We have another one in `I’ve been doing a lot of action children were broadcast behind
tants, three children and two at the same time. I just want to tivities for all ages.
South Africa.” movies.’ I’m 35 now. But I’ve her on giant screens, the 46-year-
young adult men. cry.” The event ran Friday through
In “I, Robot,” Smith plays a got a few more years of action old pop diva urged fans to think
Each contestant was given an Besides the onion-eating con- Monday in Payson, 15 miles
detective in 2035 who suspects movies before my knees and my about what happened in Russia
onion and ﬁve minutes to eat all test there was not an onion to be South of Provo.
a robot has murdered the reclu- back stop (me from) doing it.” and about Lennon’s lyrics.
they could. The two older con- found, except on the billboard Onion Days are celebrated at
testants approached their onion announcing the event. the beginning of Septemeber
as they would an apple, taking Onion Days of Payson cele- each year.
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1 tsp. Vanilla
6 tbsp cocoa
1/2 cup flour
1/2 cup chopped walnuts (optional)
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About 2 cups powdered sugar
1 tsp Vanilla
2-3 tbsp baking cocoa
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HOUSING 1 bd, couple pref, 811 N. 100 W #2, For Caramel Brownies:
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Roy ﬁnally speaks on tiger attack
us in to see the good days and bad “We will offer a very thorough
days. I believe they gave us an un- look,” Raff said. “Will we answer
Associated Press precedented look.” every question? No. We will not
In his own words, Raff said, answer every question.”
LAS VEGAS — Roy Horn has Horn will attempt to answer As Shriver noted in an inter-
never spoken publicly about the what happened that terrifying view with the AP, “No one is 100
incident in which a 380-pound night during a live performance percent sure what happened that
white tiger named Montecore at The Mirage hotel-casino on the night.”
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9 p.m. EDT Sept. 15, viewers will becoming California’s ﬁrst lady. taped by Feld Entertainment, the
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“That’s been the remarkable thing. He wants to say it him- Department, the federal agency
part of this thing,” said Jason self.” responsible for looking into such
Raff, the show’s executive pro- But viewers shouldn’t expect incidents, saying it would end up
ducer and director. “He really let the deﬁnitive account. in the hands of media.
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