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January 9, 2007
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Romney takes first step toward candidacy
committee allows Romney to raise and Thompson, who have established
spend money for a presidential run. exploratory committees. California
Associated press Romney’s confirmation of his plans Rep. Duncan Hunter and former Vir-
comes after a 10-day period of con- ginia Gov. Jim Gilmore have said
BOSTON — Massachusetts Gov. templation during a family vacation they intend to follow suit. Others said
Mitt Romney said Wednesday he’s tak- in Utah and follows several years in to be mulling a bid include Arkansas
ing the first step in a 2008 presidential which he acknowledged he was con- Gov. Mike Huckabee, New York Gov.
bid, joining an increasingly crowded sidering a White House run but hadn’t George Pataki, Nebraska Sen. Chuck
field of Republican hopefuls. made a final decision about pursuing Hagel, and former Oklahoma Gov.
“We’ve filed exploratory papers to- the presidency. Frank Keating.
day, and so the process is moving for- If elected, Romney would be the na- In recent weeks, Romney has faced
ward on that front,” he told reporters tion’s first Mormon president. questions about his conservative cre-
Wednesday, his final full day in office. The one-term governor joins a GOP dentials on issues such as gay rights
He added, “No announcement date for field in which Sen. John McCain of and abortion. Romney challenged
you yet,” but he is planning a major Arizona and former New York City Democratic Sen. Edward Kennedy in
fundraiser in Boston on Monday. Mayor Rudy Giuliani have grabbed 1994, and in a letter he promised a gay
A spokesman for Romney later said the lead in early polling. Both created Republican group he would be a stron-
the paperwork officially would be filed exploratory committees late last year. ger advocate for gays than his rival.
Associated press late Wednesday afternoon in Washing- Other Republican candidates in- Romney ran as a moderate during
Governor mitt Romney of massachusetts plans to run against other Republican ton with the Federal Election Commis- clude Kansas Sen. Sam Brownback
presidential hopefuls such as Sen. John mcCain and Rudy Giuliani. sion. The formation of an exploratory and former Wisconsin Gov. Tommy See ROMNEY on Page 3
to deliver first
Y player arrested
By JeSSiCA WiTT
Students can start the semester off
right by attending the first devotional
of the year with President Cecil O. and
Sister Sharon Samuelson. The devo-
tional will be today at 11:05 a.m. in the
Marriott Center. President Samuel-
son will speak on
and Faith,” while
son will address
“The Still, Small
ter’s, and medi-
cal degrees from
of Utah. He has
served as presi-
dent of BYU since
May 2003. In ad-
dition, he is cur-
rently serving as
a member of the
First Quorum of
the Seventy of
President and The Church of Je-
Sister Samuelson sus Christ of Lat-
Broadus suspended RASHAUN BROADUS
Sharon Samuelson received a de- for rest of season Position: point guard
gree in history from the University of
Utah. She also earned teaching cer- following DUI arrest Height: 6’0”
tification and taught school for many Weight: 190 lbs.
By JoSeph SimmonS mililani, hawaii
Bush to unveil BYU point guard Rashaun
Broadus was suspended for the
new Iraq plans remainder of the season Mon-
day, following his arrest on
suspicion of driving under the
influence Sunday morning. 6.1 points per game
Cougar men’s basketball
Associated press coach Dave Rose announced the
1.9 rebounds per game
decision at a press conference 2.2 assists per game
WASHINGTON — President Bush Monday afternoon. 22.5 minutes per game
will call for sending more American “Anytime you get in a situa- 15 games played
troops to Iraq to calm two troubled areas tion like this it surprises you,”
— Baghdad, where sectarian violence Rose said. “The big disappoint-
12 games started
flares daily, and the western Anbar ment is that we’ve been playing
Province, a base of the Sunni insur- really well lately, and this af-
gency, a Republican senator said Mon- fects your team negatively.” Top photo by Adam Grimshaw, above photo by marvin Kimble
trolman reported a strong smell
day. Another GOP lawmaker put the A highway patrolman of alcohol in the car, which Top: BYU coach Dave Rose announces the suspension of Rashaun
number of additional troops at 20,000. stopped Broadus early Sunday Broadus at a monday afternoon press conference in the marriott Center.
prompted him to administer a
Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison of Texas, morning for speeding on I-15. Above: Rashaun Broadus dribbles past a San Diego State defender
After pulling him over, the pa- See BROADUS on Page 3 during the first half of last Saturday’s game.
See BUSH on Page 3
NCAA rule infractions common, despite preventative measures
More than 80 different program was put on probation after an
NCAA investigation uncovered instances of
Since 2000, 85 different NCAA institutions
have been charged with a major violation.
schools charged with impermissible benefits and unethical con-
Eight of those schools have had repeat of-
fenses, totaling 93 infractions since the turn
violations since 2000 Since 1953, there have been 583 cases of so-
called major infractions against NCAA rules
of the century. The majority of the cases in-
volved more than one sport, with some in-
and regulations. That number is in addition fractions covering athletic programs across
to other less-publicized secondary infrac- the board.
By DAViD R ASmUS Sen tions. The sheer volume of infraction cases The most commonly penalized sports were
raises the question of what is being done to also the biggest moneymakers, as football
Current NFL star Reggie Bush reportedly counteract the apparent rash of violations. and men’s basketball were both involved in
lived in a house paid for by an agent when The Daily Universe used data from the 42 different infraction cases. The next clos-
he attended the University of Southern Cali- NCAA’s official Web site to compile a data- est sport was women’s basketball with 15 vio-
fornia. base documenting all of the major infrac- lations, and baseball followed with 13.
Earlier this year BYU men’s volleyball tions in the NCAA since the year 2000. The The Big 12 Conference, which is located
coach Tom Peterson resigned from his post data was then analyzed in terms of confer- in the Midwest and includes schools such
shortly after the program announced it was ence affiliation, types of infractions, and as Nebraska, Colorado and Oklahoma, led
under investigation by the NCAA. penalties imposed on institutions in viola-
The University of Utah men’s basketball tion of NCAA regulations. See NCAA on Page 3
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[ Weather ] BRIEFING Flag at half-staff to honor BYU student
Ivan Scott Anderson, a se- he was rushed to Intermoun-
nior from Salt Lake majoring tain Health Care where ad-
in advertising, died Wednes- ditional efforts to resuscitate
TODAY day while playing basketball in him proved unsuccessful.
Sunny a BYU gym. Anderson recently complet-
High 36, low 20 The ASB U.S. flag was flown ed a Spanish speaking LDS
The world is our campus at half-staff on Monday to hon- mission to Boston.
or Anderson’s passing along Services were held on Mon-
with the death of President day in Salt Lake City to com-
Gerald Ford. memorate his life and he was
WEDNESDAY Anderson collapsed during interred at the Aultorest Me-
Partly cloudy a basketball game. Attempts morial Park in Ogden.
High 37, low 22 were made to revive him and — Abram Cordell
High 34, low 17, as of 5 p.m.
PRECIPITATION 15,000 cattle killed in Colorado storm
Yesterday: 0.00” (AP) — Up to 15,000 cattle only range cattle and did not
Month to date: 0.30” may have been killed by account for thousands of live-
a snowstorm that buried stock in feedlot pens.
Year to date: 0.30” southeastern Colorado under Terry Fankhauser, execu-
Sources: CNN.com, BYU Geography Dept. several feet of snow and built tive vice president of the state
drifts up to 15 feet high, a Colo- Cattlemen’s Association, said
rado Cattlemen’s Association he based his estimate on con-
Vol. 60, Issue 74
official said Monday. versations with ranchers and
That would be more than feedlot owners.
four times higher than the A storm that hit Dec. 28 left
3,500 cattle that state officials thousands of cattle stranded
estimated were killed, but without food or water in the
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the smaller number included southeastern part of the state.
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his cousin “Chemical Ali” discussed killing
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Ainge will take over the start- Nonetheless, Romney has governor’s office about two bribery scandal.
ing job. Junior point guard insisted his opposition to gay years ago, and now he says he His only major failure was
Ben Murdock, who has seen marriage has been unf linch- wants to run for president?” the unsuccessful campaign
limited action so far this sea- ing. Dukakis said. “Doesn’t make against Kennedy in 1994, al-
Y point guard will son, will take over the No. 2 LDS governor gets He has lambasted the Su- a lot of sense to me.” though he performed better
sit out rest of season “We have great conﬁdence ready for primaries preme Judicial Court for its
November 2003 decision mak-
Willard Mitt Romney, 59,
is the son of former Michigan
than many pundits had ex-
in our point guards,” Rose ing Massachusetts the first Gov. George Romney, who Romney was reared in
said. state to legalize gay mar- ran unsuccessfully for the Bloomfield Hills, Mich., an
Continued from Page 1 Continued from Page 1
Broadus had a career-high riage. presidency in 1968. exclusive suburb outside De-
ﬁeld sobriety test. After fail- 19-point performance against his gubernatorial campaign. Not only does Romney di- Mitt Romney received his troit. His father was chair-
ing the test, Broadus was San Diego State last Saturday. Despite saying he person- verge from conservatives on B.A. in 1971 from Brigham man of American Motors
asked to take a Breathalyzer He was fortifying his place in ally opposed abortion, he some social issues, but many Young University, and then Corp., and has been credited
test, which he refused. Rose’s rotation before the inci- not only pledged to leave the evangelicals don’t consider went on to simultaneously with coining the phrases
Broadus was booked in Utah dent. Broadus was averaging state’s abortion laws intact, Mormons a true branch of earn degrees from Harvard “compact car” and “gas-guz-
County Jail, but released two 6.1 points per game, and just but noted his mother, Lenore, Christianity. Business and Law schools, zling dinosaur.”
hours later. He will face his more than 2 assists. ran for U.S. Senate in Michi- Romney’s decision makes graduating cum laude from Romney sought and won
charges at a later date. Rose Despite being off the basket- gan in 1970 as a supporter of him the third recent Massa- law school and in the top 5 the chairmanship of the Re-
has been gathering details ball team, Rose said Broadus abortion rights. chusetts resident to run for percent of his business school publican Governors Associa-
from the case, and will likely would remain enrolled at He now stresses his opposi- the White House, following class. tion, allowing him to spend
make a decision within the school. Broadus will likely tion to abortion in speeches Democrats Michael S. Duka- Romney remained in Bos- the 2006 midterm election
next few days. face discipline from the Honor across the country. kis and John Kerry in 1988 ton, where he helped found a traveling the country and
Broadus served a one-game Code Committee at a future In 2002, Romney’s support- and 2004. Neither man suc- multibillion-dollar venture dispensing cash to his party’s
suspension last season for a date. ers also handed out f liers ceeded. capital firm and amassed a gubernatorial candidates.
violation of team rules. “This is an isolated inci- with well wishes from him Dukakis panned Romney’s multimillion-dollar fortune. He raised a record $20 mil-
The loss of Broadus will dent,” Rose said. “The players and his running mate at Bos- announcement as he arrived He rose to national promi- lion and was especially gen-
prove problematic for the Cou- who come to BYU all know the ton’s annual Gay Pride Pa- at the Statehouse on Wednes- nence when he successfully erous with RGA money in
gar backcourt, which is short standards. (Rashaun) under- rade. And he was endorsed by day to witness the swearing- resurrected the 2002 Olympic early presidential states like
on ball-handlers. stands fully the whole Honor the Log Cabin Republicans, a in of new legislators. Winter Games in Salt Lake Iowa, Florida and his native
Senior point guard Austin Code situation.” group of gay party activists. “Here’s a guy who left the City, which were mired in a Michigan.
ter of admonishment to the annually. The test includes criteria, which he did not out- dent last week that “we do not
individual who committed questions on rules and regu- line. believe that adding more U.S.
the infraction. If it involves lations, and any staff mem- “I wish I had the faith in combat troops contributes to
eligibility, it may involve ber who will be performing Maliki that Bush did,” Smith success.”
Schools work to missing games… If you break off-campus recruiting must More troops will be said of the prime minister, Some leading Republicans
a recruiting rule, you won’t pass the test with at least 80
avoid violations get penalized on the number percent accuracy. Football, shipped to Iraq
who has failed in the past to
meet agreed-upon goals.
have echoed those concerns,
as have top military ofﬁcials
of promotional activities. It men’s basketball and wom- Smith said the president who worry that sending more
depends on the bylaw that is en’s basketball have their only hypothetically discussed troops would overly strain the
Continued from Page 1 Continued from Page 1
broken.” own forms of the tests, while increasing troop numbers by armed forces without assur-
In order to impose a fitting all other sports are grouped speciﬁc amounts, “but it was ances of success.
all conferences with nine one of about 30 lawmakers who
penalty, the NCAA must de- together into one test. clear to me a decision has A central aim of the long-
major violations since the discussed Iraq with Bush at
termine where the infraction The exam is just one of been made for 20,000 addition- awaited address is to explain
year 2000. The Big 12 is one the White House on Monday,
took place. In analyzing the many measures taken by al troops.” why success in Iraq matters
of six conferences affiliated said the president offered no
types of infractions that oc- NCAA schools to educate About 140,000 troops are in to the average person. The
with college football’s Bowl speciﬁcs on how many extra
curred, The Daily Universe coaches and athletes about Iraq now. White House knows the public
Championship Series, which identified key terms in the U.S. troops would be involved.
NCAA regulations. Each Military ofﬁcials have said is weary of war and has seen
conferences totaled approxi- NCAA reports and grouped The White House remained
school employs a compliance that Bush is considering send- several previous campaigns
mately one-third of the total them into certain categories. mum on the details of Bush’s
coordinator, who works with ing two to ﬁve more brigades _ by Bush to show changes in
infractions. The Big 10 had For example, explanations revamped strategy for the
staff to ensure compliance at between about 8,000 and 20,000 policy and win back support.
seven violations, with the about “impermissible con- nearly four-year-old war, say-
their respective schools by troops _ to ﬁ ght alongside An intense campaign for
Southeastern Conference tacts with prospective student ing the president would an-
educating coaches about the promised additions of Iraqi se- the plan’s rollout will unfold
and the Pacific-10 Conference athletes” were grouped into nounce them during a speech
restrictions in their specific curity forces. Some military the day after the speech.
each recording six major in- the “Recruiting” category. to the nation at 9 p.m. EST
sports. ofﬁcials familiar with the Bush will hold a White
fractions. BYU’s own Moun- After defining the infrac- Wednesday.
Compliance committees at discussions say the president House ceremony to give the
tain West Conference was tions in this manner, “Im- “There will be surge in
BYU and Utah employ many could initially dispatch 8,000 Medal of Honor posthumously
charged with four violations, proper benefits” topped the those two (areas), but it wasn’t
different tactics to educate to 10,000 new troops to Bagh- to Marine Cpl. Jason Dunham
those coming courtesy of San charts as the most common clear how much,” Hutchison
the athletics staff. These ef- dad, and possibly to Anbar of Scio, N.Y., who was killed in
Diego State, UNLV, TCU and violation with 51 occurrences. said. White House ofﬁcials did Province, and leave himself 2004. Afterward, the president
the University of Utah. forts include weekly newslet- not dispute her remarks.
“Improper benefits” included the option of sending more will travel to Fort Benning,
The NCAA reports are not ters, annual meetings and Sen. Gordon Smith, R-Ore.,
such instances as athletes later. Ga., to talk with soldiers. Bush
overly specific in disclosing clinics where coaches and said Bush told the senators
who received compensation The war has claimed the plans a series of other appear-
the penalties imposed. Six athletes are encouraged to that Iraqi Prime Minister
for work they did not perform, lives of more than 3,000 mem- ances in the coming days.
different categories of penal- ask questions. Nouri al-Maliki presented
or cash payments being pro- bers of the U.S. military and Smith said the president
ties are presented, with the BYU women’s swim coach him with the plan for a U.S.
vided to a student-athlete by a was a major factor in the Re- told lawmakers that he wants
most common being proba- Stan Crump said that his troop increase several weeks
former director of basketball publican Party losing control to “re-win the support of the
tion. Of the 93 infractions in team works very closely with ago when they met in Jor-
operations. of Congress in the November American people.”
the data presented, 89 of the the compliance department dan. Bush indicated to the
“Recruiting” was a close election. Senate Majority The changed political real-
institutions were put on some runner-up, coming in with 50 on a regular basis. Each lawmakers he was willing to Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., ity in Washington will deny
kind of probation. violations. week, coaches are required send more troops because the and House Speaker Nancy the White House complete
Fifty-three of the schools “By and large if you look to submit forms outlining the Iraqis pledged to meet certain Pelosi, D-Calif., told the presi- message control.
had a reduction in the finan- at NCAA infractions, re- time spent in workouts and
cial aid that they can provide cruiting is usually the bylaw team meetings. Coaches also
to student athletes. When with the most violations,” submit travel lists and lists
deciding what penalty to im- Rogers said. “That probably of potential recruits, and
pose, the NCAA evaluates runs true for secondary and they must also sign a compli-
each infraction on a case-by- major violations. If you look ance form every year, a form
case basis. at it, when coaches take the which states that they did not
“It really depends on the [Coaches Certification] exam knowingly violate any rules
case,” said Chris Rogers, every year, 80 percent of the in the previous year.
director of Athletic Com- exam is on Recruiting Bylaw “It’s a time consuming, on-
pliance at the University 13.” going process,” Crump said.
of Utah. “If you’re talking The Coaches Certification “The rules are many, and it’s a
about a secondary violation, Exam is a test produced by whole part of your job descrip-
you might have to send a let- the NCAA that coaches take tion to know those rules.”
Tuesday, January 9, 11:05 a.m., Marriott Center
This devotional will also be broadcast in the JSB Auditorium.
President Cecil O. Samuelson
Sister Sharon G. Samuelson
Cecil O. Samuelson was called cal degree from the University of
in 1994 as a member of the First Utah. He fulfilled his residency and
Quorum of the Seventy of The held a fellowship in rheumatic and BYU’s Master of Public Health Degree
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- genetic diseases at Duke University
day Saints. At the time of his assign- Medical Center in Durham, North You could be saving lives in the most impoverished parts of the world
ment as president of Brigham Young Carolina. Both author and coauthor, with a master of public health degree from BYU. No field is more vital or
University on May 1, 2003, he was he-has received numerous scholastic rewarding than global health promotion.
a member of the Presidency of the honors and has served as a director,
• Improve health conditions in communities all over the world
Seventy. He has also served as presi- officer, or-member of several national
• Create and implement health solutions in inner cities and remote areas
dent of the Utah North Area and medical and hospital organizations. • Join an industry that’s thriving when others are declining
of the Europe North Area and as Sharon Giauque Samuelson is also • Experience different cultures and languages
regional representative, stake presi- a Salt Lake City native. She gradu- • Earn $10,000 more per year on average than with a bachelor’s degree alone
dent, stake high councilor, branch ated in history education from the
president, and missionary. University of Utah and taught school We’re looking for innovative, motivated students or graduates in fields such as
A native of Salt Lake City, Elder to help support her husband through
Samuelson served at the University his early years of medical school. She • Anthropology • Health Education • Psychology
of Utah as professor of medicine, has been active in the community • Biology • Languages • Social Work
dean of the School of Medicine, and and has served in different capacities • Business Management • Medicine • Zoology
vice president of health sciences. in all of the auxiliary organizations of • Dietetics • Microbiology • Political Science
Prior to his call as a full-time the Church. Sister Samuelson enjoys • Economics • Nursing
General Authority he was senior gardening, reading, and being with
vice president of Intermountain friends and family. To find out more about this rewarding career or
Health Care. He holds a bachelor of Elder and Sister Samuelson for information about applying, please call the
science degree, a master’s degree in are the parents of five and have MPH Office in the Department of Health Science: 801.422.3327.
educational psychology, and a medi- six grandchildren.
Selected speeches available at http://speeches.byu.edu
Applications Due February 1st, 2007
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L.A. Lakers at Memphis, 6 p.m.
Portland at San Antonio, 6 p.m.
Dallas at Utah, 7 p.m.
Seattle at Phoenix, 7 p.m.
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LOS ANGELES — Coach vault
school score out Rebounds
Phil Jackson got his 900th NBA 1. Dwight Howard ORL 12.5
1. Megan Barnes Iowa State 9.900 0.000
victory as the Los Angeles Lak- 2. Kayla Gies Auburn 9.875 0.025 2. Kevin Garnett MIN 12.4
2. Amanda Pezzullo Missouri 9.875 0.025 3. Carlos Boozer UTA 11.8
ers defeated Dallas 101-98 on 4. Anna Robey Iowa State 9.850 0.050 4. Marcus Camby DEN 11.3
Sunday night. 5. Janet Anson Iowa State 9.825 0.075 5. Tyson Chandler NOK 11.3
5. Lindsey Puckett Auburn 9.825 0.075
Jackson, who ranks ninth on 7. Kristina Voss Auburn 9.800 0.100 assists
1. Steve Nash PHX 11.0
the NBA’s career wins list, be- 8. Katie Sweetin Iowa State 9.775 0.125
2. Jason Kidd NJN 9.0
8. Ashley Khederian Missouri 9.775 0.125
came the fastest to reach 900, 8. Whitney Crater Missouri 9.775 0.125 3. Chris Paul NOK 9.0
11. Dayna Smart BYU 9.725 0.175 4. Andre Miller PHI 8.9
doing so in 1,264 games. Former 11. Althea Boon BYU 9.725 0.175 5. Deron Williams UTA 8.8
Lakers coach Pat Riley accom- 13. Julie Dwyer Auburn 9.700 0.200
13. Shanna Somero Auburn 9.700 0.200 Blocks
plished the feat in 1,278 games. 13. Jenna Kerbis BYU 9.700 0.200 1. Jermaine O’Neal IND 3.1
2. Alonzo Mourning MIA 2.8
Uneven Bars 3. Marcus Camby DEN 2.8
school score out 4. Emeka Okafor CHA 2.8
1. Janet Anson Iowa State 9.850 0.000 5. Josh Smith ATL 2.5
Tar Heel women 2.
Julie Dwyer Auburn
Ceilia Maccani Iowa State
McKell Poulson BYU
1. Ron Artest SAC 2.44
stay undefeated 5.
2. Speedy Claxton
3. Allen Iverson
4. Andre Iguodala
8. Kacie Capra Callens BYU 9.675 0.175 5. Gilbert Arenas WAS 2.03
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Erla- 8. Ashley Khederian Missouri 9.675 0.175
8. Katie Kluga Missouri 9.675 0.175 Field goal %
na Larkins and Camille Little 8. Aimee Walker Pond BYU 9.675 0.175 1. Andris Biedrins GSW .624
scored 17 points apiece Monday 2. David Lee NYK .615
Balance Beam 3. Amare Stoudemire PHX .601
night to lead No. 2 North Caroli- gym score out 4. Samuel Dalembert PHI .581
5. Andrew Bogut MIL .576
na to its 10th straight win over 1. Julie Dwyer Auburn 9.900 0.000
2. Ashley Alden Iowa State 9.875 0.025
Virginia, 96-62. 2. Jade Kvach Iowa State 9.875 0.025 Free throw %
4. Dayna Smart BYU 9.850 0.050 1. Matt Carroll CHA .945
Ivory Latta hit four 3-point- 5. Adrienne Mills Auburn 9.825 0.075 2. Kyle Korver PHI .938
ers and finished with 14 points 5. Katie Sweetin Iowa State 9.825 0.075 3. Brent Barry SAS .935
5. Megan Barnes Iowa State 9.825 0.075 4. Steve Francis NYK .925
for North Carolina (18-0, 3-0 5. Kacie Capra Callens BYU 9.825 0.075 5. Juwan Howard HOU .919
Atlantic Coast Conference). 5. Adrianne Perry Missouri 9.825 0.075
10. Lindsey Puckett Auburn 9.800 0.100
LaToya Pringle chipped in 11. 10. Kayla Gies Auburn 9.800 0.100 1. Jason Kapono MIA .530
10. Ashley Kent Iowa State 9.800 0.100 2. Steve Nash PHX .503
Larkins had 13 rebounds and 3. Luke Walton LAL .491
10. Shanna Somero Auburn 9.800 0.100
Pringle 11 to help North Caroli- 10. Katie Kluga Missouri 9.800 0.100 4. Brent Barry SAS .482
15. Lisa Willis BYU 9.775 0.125 5. Al Harrington IND .471
na dominate the boards, 59-48. 15. Althea Boon BYU 9.775 0.125
The Tar Heels scored 29 17. Jenna Kerbis BYU 9.750 0.150 coLLege BasketBaLL
points off 32 Virginia turn- Floor exercise men’s ap top 25 poLL
overs. school score out
team Record pts pvs
1. Janet Anson Iowa State 9.900 0.000
Lyndra Littles led Virginia 2. Julie Dwyer Auburn 9.825 0.075 1. North Carolina (64) 14-1 1,788 2
2. Katie Sweetin Iowa State 9.825 0.075 2. Florida (3) 14-2 1,682 3
(10-5, 0-1) with 19 points and 4. Julie Abaray Missouri 9.800 0.100 3. Wisconsin (1) 15-1 1,635 4
Monica Wright added 17. 5. Adrienne Mills Auburn 9.775 0.125 4. UCLA (4) 14-1 1,621 1
5. Anna Robey Iowa State 9.775 0.125 5. Ohio St. 13-2 1,508 6
7. Adrianne Perry Missouri 9.750 0.150 6. Kansas 13-2 1,410 9
7. Pittsburgh 14-2 1,265 10
Johnson to rejoin
8. Dayna Smart BYU 9.725 0.175
8. Kacie Capra Callens BYU 9.725 0.175 8. Texas A&M 13-2 1,194 11
8. Carmen Nelms Auburn 9.725 0.175 9. Oklahoma St. 15-1 1,151 12
11. Alicia Hatcher Missouri 9.700 0.200 10. Arizona 12-2 1,141 7
former team 12. Melanie Tham Iowa State
13. Kristina Voss Auburn
14. Nicole Bowman Missouri
15. Lisa Willis BYU 9.600 0.300 14. Alabama 13-2 863 8
NEW YORK — Only a few 15. Ashley Khederian Missouri 9.600 0.300 15. Oregon 14-1 830 16
17. Heidi Poulson BYU 9.575 0.325 16. Tennessee 13-2 697 19
details remain before Randy 17. Clemson 16-0 632 23
Johnson rejoins the Arizona all around 18. Air Force 15-1 567 20
school score out 19. Nevada 13-1 486 21
Diamondbacks. 1. Julie Dwyer Auburn 39.225 0.000 reuters 20. Memphis 11-3 428 22
21. West Virginia 13-1 342 25
Johnson agreed Sunday to a 2. Janet Anson Iowa State 39.100 0.125
$26 million, two-year contract
3. Kristina Voss Auburn 38.275 0.950 florida quarterback Chris Leak (12) rolls out against the Ohio State defense in the first half at the 22. Notre Dame
22. Washington St.
4. Lindsey Puckett Auburn 37.925 1.300
with Arizona, leaving only bCS national championship football game in Glendale, Ariz., on Monday. As of press time, florida was 24. Connecticut
physicals and final approvals coLLege BasketBaLL leading 41-14 in the fourth quarter.
men’s mWc standings Others receiving votes: Georgetown 90, Maryland 74,
to complete his trade from the Linebacker Zach Thomas, Miami. Washington 18 17 7 43 save % Marquette 69, N. Iowa 69, Washington 61, Arkansas 57,
Cornerback Rashean Mathis, Jacksonville Tampa Bay 20 21 2 42 1. Chris Mason NSH .928 Kentucky 36, Missouri St. 24, Southern Cal 13, Drexel 11,
New York Yankees. conference overall Cornerback Champ Bailey, Denver. Florida 15 20 9 39 2. Martin Brodeur NJD .927 S. Illinois 10, Virginia Tech 10, Wichita St. 10, Syracuse 4,
Johnson was to take his school W-L pct. W-L pct. Safety Brian Dawkins, Philadelphia 3. Cristobal Huet MTL .927 Providence 2, Indiana 1.
Air Force 2-0 1.000 15-1 .938 Safety Ed Reed, Baltimore. 4. J Giguere ANA .924
physical Monday, and the trade ByU 1-0 1.000 11-4 .733 Punter Brian Moorman, Buffalo. WesteRn conFeRence 5. Tomas Vokoun NSH .920
TCU 2-0 1.000 10-4 .714 Women’s ap top 25 poLL
likely will be finalized Tuesday.
Arizona general manager Josh
second team centRaL division
team Record pts pvs
oFFense 1. Martin Brodeur NJD 25
Colorado State 1-1 .500 1-3 .786 W L ot pts 2. Roberto Luongo VAN 24 1. Maryland (47) 17-0 1,247 1
Byrnes confirmed the agree- San Diego State 0-2 .000 11-5 .688
Quarterback Peyton Manning, Indianapolis.
Nashville 28 11 3 59 3. J Giguere ANA 23 2. North Carolina (1) 17-0 1,198 2
Running Back Frank Gore, San Francisco 3. Duke (2) 16-0 1,149 3
ment but otherwise declined New Mexico 0-2 .000 11-6 .647 Running Back Steven Jackson, St. Louis. Detroit 25 12 5 55 4. Dominik Hasek DET 21
Utah 0-2 .000 5-10 .333 Chicago 17 20 5 39 5. Ryan Miller BUF 21 4. Tennessee 14-1 1,102 4
comment until after the medi- Fullback Mike Karney, New Orleans
Columbus 16 22 4 36 5. LSU 15-1 1,008 6
Women’s mWc standings Fullback Ovie Mughelli, Baltimore. 6. Ohio St. 13-1 968 7
cal information is reviewed. Tight End Tony Gonzalez, Kansas City. St. Louis 13 21 7 33 shutouts
7. Connecticut 12-1 948 5
Wide Receiver Torry Holt, St. Louis 1. Martin Brodeiur NJD 7
New York, which acquired conference overall Wide Receiver Andre Johnson, Houston. noRthWest division 2. Dominik Hasek DET 5 8. Oklahoma 12-1 935 8
school W-L pct. W-L pct. 9. Baylor 15-1 882 9
the Big Unit from Arizona two Tackle Walter Jones, Seattle Vancouver 24 18 1 49 3. J Giguere ANA 4
10. Stanford 11-3 778 12
Wyoming 1-0 1.000 10-3 .769 Tackle Jonathan Ogden, Baltimore. Calgary 21 15 4 46 4. Marty Turco DAL 4
years ago, would receive reliev- TCU 2-0 1.000 12-4 .750 Guard Steve Hutchinson, Minnesota Minnesota 21 18 3 45 5. Miikka Kiprusoff CGY 4 11. Arizona St. 14-2 708 13
ByU 1-0 1.000 10-4 .714 12. George Washington 11-2 621 16
er Luis Vizcaino, minor league Utah 2-0 1.000 9-6 .600
Guard Will Shields, Kansas City. Colorado 21 18 2 44 13. Purdue 14-3 604 10
Center Jeff Saturday, Indianapolis. Edmonton 19 18 4 42
right-handers Ross Ohlendorf
and Steven Jackson, and minor
Matt Stover, Baltimore
Nate Kaeding, San Diego.
NBA 14. Vanderbilt
Kick Returner Justin Miller, New York Jets. 17. Louisville 16-1 485 13
league shortstop Alberto Gon- San Diego State 0-2 .000 7-6 .538 Anaheim 29 9 6 64 easteRn conFeRence 18. Bowling Green 12-2 300 24
Air Force 0-2 .000 4-9 .308 deFense San Jose 28 14 0 56
zalez. End Aaron Kampman, Green Bay Dallas 26 16 1 53 atLantic division 19. Texas A&M 10-3 284 17
20. Michigan St. 12-3 255 19
men’s voLLeyBaLL End Aaron Schobel, Buffalo. Phoenix
W L pct gB 21. Middle Tennessee 12-3 200 _
Tackle Richard Seymour, New England Toronto 15 19 .441 _ 22. California 11-4 161 21
cstv/avca top 15 coaches poLL Tackle John Henderson, Jacksonville. New Jersey 14 19 .424 1/2 23. Texas 11-4 119 _
Linebacker Lance Briggs, Chicago New York 15 21 .417 1
Redd out for at team pts Record pvs tUesday’s games 24. DePaul 11-4 85 23
Linebacker DeMarcus Ware, Dallas. St. Louis at Columbus, 5 p.m. Boston 12 21 .364 2 1/2 25. Arkansas 15-3 75 20
1. UC Irvine (14) 238 4-0 1 Linebacker Al Wilson, Denver Philadelphia 9 24 .273 5 1/2
2. ByU (2) 225 2-0 2 Philadelphia at Washington, 5 p.m.
Linebacker Bart Scott, Baltimore.
least a month 3. UCLA 208 2-1 3 N.Y. Islanders at N.Y. Rangers, 5 p.m. Others receiving votes: Kansas St. 60, Pittsburgh 60,
Cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha, Oakland Boston at Ottawa, 5:30 p.m. Washington 54, Nebraska 47, New Mexico 38, South
4. Hawai’i 188 0-0 4 Cornerback Ronde Barber, Tampa Bay. Atlanta at Montreal, 5:30 p.m. soUtheast division Florida 32, Missouri 22, Rutgers 22, Montana 21,
5. Pepperdine 176 0-0 5 Safety Kerry Rhodes, New York Jets Carolina at Toronto, 5:30 p.m. Orlando 21 14 .600 _ Delaware 19, Hofstra 16, Mississippi 15, TCU 12, Wis.-
6. UC Santa Barbara 165 2-1 6 Safety Adrian Wilson, Arizona. Pittsburgh at Tampa Bay, 5:30 p.m. Washington 19 14 .576 1 Green Bay 12, Kentucky 9, Iowa St. 6, Indiana 5, Florida
DENVER — A meaningless 7. IPFW 139 0-0 7 Punter Mat McBriar, Dallas. Anaheim at Nashville, 6 p.m. Miami 14 19 .424 6 St. 4, James Madison 3, UTEP 3, Arkansas St. 2, Army 2,
8. Cal State Northridge 120 1-2 9
dunk is coming back to haunt Phoenix at Dallas, 6:30 p.m. Atlanta 10 21 .323 9 Davidson 1, Wyoming 1.
8. Penn State 120 0-0 8
10. Long Beach State 99 2-1 10 pLayoFFs Detroit at Colorado, 7 p.m. Charlotte 9 23 .281 10 1/2
Michael Redd and the Milwau- 11. Ohio State 79 1-0 11 Minnesota at Calgary, 7 p.m.
kee Bucks. 12. Loyola-Chicago 47 0-0 13 divisionaL RoUnd
13. Southern California 46 1-2 12 statisticaL LeadeRs
Redd learned Monday that 14. Pacific 45 1-2 T-14 saturday, Jan. 13 Cleveland 21 12 .636 _ east
Indianapolis at Baltimore, 2:30 p.m. Detroit 19 12 .613 1 Alderson-Broaddus 66, Bluefield St. 62
he’ll miss four-to-six weeks be- 15. Ball State 20 0-0 T-14
Philadelphia New Orleans, 6 p.m.
points Chicago 20 14 .588 1 1/2 Concordia, N.Y. 84, Mercy, N.Y. 77
1. Sidney Crosby PIT 64 Gwynedd-Mercy 93, Delaware Valley 84
cause of an injured left knee. 2. Marian Hossa ATL 58
Indiana 18 16 .529 3 1/2
Hofstra 70, Old Dominion 58
NFL sunday, Jan. 14 Milwaukee 16 17 .485 5
Redd, the NBA’s fifth-leading Seattle at Chicago, 11 a.m.
3. Alexander Ovechkin WSH 56 Keene St. 80, John Jay 76
4. Martin St. Louis TBL 54 Lincoln, Pa. 96, Rutgers-Camden 62
scorer at 27.7 points per game, New England at San Diego, 2:30 p.m. 4. Vincent Lecavalier TBL 54 Manhattan 60, Canisius 51
was hurt when he went up for a
NEW YORK (AP) - The Associated Press 2006 NFL All-Pro WesteRn conFeRence Mount St. Mary’s, Md. 91, Sacred Heart 80
team selected by a national panel of media members: goals
NHL soUthWest division Mount St. Mary, N.Y. 75, CCNY 48
dunk with 14 seconds left in the 1. Marian Hossa ATL 26 W L pct gB St. Francis, NY 68, Long Island U. 52
Bucks’ 95-86 loss to Cleveland FiRst team 1. Alexander Ovechkin WSH 26 Dallas 27 8 .771 _ Towson 75, Delaware 68
oFFense 1. Martin St. Louis TBL 26 San Antonio 24 11 .686 3 W. Va. Wesleyan 92, Glenville St. 89
on Friday night. He strained his Quarterback Drew Brees, New Orleans. 4. Dany Heatley OTT 25 Houston 21 13 .618 5 1/2 West Liberty 110, Ohio Valley 84
Running Back LaDainian Tomlinson, San Diego easteRn conFeRence 5. Teemu Selanne ANA 24 New Orleans 12 21 .364 14 Wheeling Jesuit 95, Fairmont St. 68
patellar tendon, which connects Running Back Larry Johnson, Kansas City. Memphis 8 27 .229 19 Wilkes 83, Baptist Bible, Pa. 67
W L ot pts
the kneecap to the shin bone. Fullback Lorenzo Neal, San Diego. assists York, N.Y. 78, Baruch 64
Tight End Antonio Gates, San Diego. atLantic division 1. Sidney Crosby PIT 44
A two-time winner of the Wide Receiver Marvin Harrison, Indianapolis New Jersey 25 13 4 54 2. Joe Thornton SJS 42 noRthWest division soUth
Wide Receiver Chad Johnson, Cincinnati. 3. Jaromir Jagr NYR 38 Utah 24 10 .706 _
Eastern Conference Player of Tackle Jamaal Brown, New Orleans
N.Y. Rangers 22 17 4 48
3. Marc Savard BOS 38 Minnesota 17 15 .531 6
Coastal Carolina 68, UNC Asheville 60
Pittsburgh 18 15 7 43 Drexel 65, James Madison 54
the Week award this season, Tackle Willie Anderson, Cincinnati. N.Y. Islanders 19 19 3 41 5. Henrik Sedin VAN 37 Denver 16 15 .516 6 1/2 George Mason 55, UNC Wilmington 34
Guard Shawn Andrews, Philadelphia Portland 14 21 .400 10 1/2 Georgia Southern 83, Wofford 78
Redd is on pace to increase his Guard Alan Faneca, Pittsburgh.
Philadelphia 11 27 4 26
plus/minus Seattle 13 23 .361 12 Morgan St. 75, Delaware St. 68
scoring average for the seventh Center Olin Kreutz, Chicago. 1. Tom Preissing OTT 23 S. Carolina St. 61, Md.-Eastern Shore 49
Kicker Robbie Gould, Chicago. noRtheast division 1. Nicklas Lidstrom DET 23 Southern U. 73, Jackson St. 62
consecutive year. paciFic division
Kick Returner Devin Hester, Chicago. Buffalo 30 9 3 63 3. Thomas Vanek BUF 22 UNC Greensboro 72, Elon 68
Phoenix 25 8 .758 _
The Bucks also are without Montreal 23 14 5 51 4. Teemu Selanne ANA 21 Va. Commonwealth 64, Northeastern 44
L.A. Lakers 23 11 .676 2 1/2
deFense Ottawa 23 19 2 48 4. Chris Pronger ANA 21 W. Carolina 73, Chattanooga 67
Golden State 18 18 .500 8 1/2
forward Charlie Villanueva, End Jason Taylor, Miami Toronto 19 18 6 44
Sacramento 14 17 .452 10 William & Mary 57, Georgia St. 43
End Julius Peppers, Carolina. Boston 20 16 3 43 goals against average
Milwaukee’s major offseason Tackle Jamal Williams, San Diego 1. Dominik Haskek DET 2.04
L.A. Clippers 15 19 .441 10 1/2 Winthrop 75, Charleston Southern 52
addition, who missed his third Tackle Kevin Williams, Minnesota. soUtheast division 2. Martin Brodeur NND 2.07 tuesday’s games midWest
Linebacker Shawne Merriman, San Diego 3. J Giguere ANA 2.17 Anderson, Ind. 73, Oberlin 72
straight game with an injured Linebacker Adalius Thomas, Baltimore.
Atlanta 24 12 8 56
4. Marty Turco DAL 2.21
Atlanta at Indiana, 5 p.m.
Central St., Ohio 94, Michigan-Dearborn 85
Carolina 22 18 4 48 Detroit at Philadelphia, 5 p.m.
right shoulder. Linebacker Brian Urlacher, Chicago 5. Vesa Toskala SJS 2.33
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SPORTS The Daily Universe, Tuesday, January 9, 2007 5
[ VIEWPOINT ]
Stallone deserves credit
Action star redeems Rocky Balboa
hen I ﬁ rst heard an exhibition between the two
that Sylvester Stal- ﬁghters.
lone was planning I know the premise sounds
on making a sixth ridiculous, but this is a
“Rocky” movie, I was “Rocky” movie. The franchise
skeptical at best, nauseated at hasn’t been realistic since he
worst. unveiled the ﬁ rst-ever “I’ll just
After all, “Rocky V” may let this guy who has already
have been the single-worst knocked me out punch me as
movie ever made. The ﬁ rst four
ﬁ lms in the franchise were JOHN GALE hard and as many times as he
can until he gets tired” strat-
uplifting and entertaining, egy in the third movie. Just
but the ﬁ fth was depressing don’t take it too seriously.
because nobody wants to see There’s a fairly simple formula
Rocky proceeds to go
Rocky as a brain-damaged, for it, actually. Basically, it
through a highly entertaining
broke, borderline deadbeat goes like this:
training sequence and more
dad. Rocky gets faced with some
than holds his own against the
Eventually, I just blocked sort of challenge or opportu-
heavily favored Dixon in their
it out of my mind along with nity that compels him to ﬁght,
bout, ﬁ nally ending his career
other horrible sequels like he comments on life in his
own unique (and unintention- to “Rocky! Rocky!” chants from
“Indiana Jones and the Temple Associated Press
ally hilarious) way, he has an the crowd.
of Doom” and “Teenage Mutant Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne celebrates a touchdown against the Kansas City Chiefs
inspiring training sequence There’s much more to
Ninja Turtles III.”
and he performs heroically in “Rocky Balboa,” but I don’t in the fourth quarter of an AFC wild-card playoff football game in Indianapolis on Saturday. The Colts
With my expectations at
an all-time low because of the the ring. The end. want to spoil it. If you enjoyed defeated the Chiefs 23-8.
Colts may thrive as outsider
That’s all it really takes. the ﬁ rst four movies at all, you
“Rocky V” debacle, I was sur-
The ﬁ rst four movies followed owe it to yourself to see this
prised when I saw a trailer for
this formula, which is why movie. Even if you haven’t seen
“Rocky Balboa,” and it actually
looked pretty good. Intrigued, they were so entertaining. The a “Rocky” ﬁ lm, it’s still worth
I decided to see the movie as problem with “Rocky V” is that seeing because it is inspiring,
soon as it came out. it got away from the formula. entertaining and uplifting.
has a defense reminiscent of the excelled far more than he’s
After watching it twice over Rocky didn’t even train or box. I have a lot of respect for
stultifying 2000 NFL champi- bombed, but there have been
the holidays, I can happily Stallone got back to the Stallone for doing what he Associated Press ons, and an experienced, skilled instances, particularly last Sat-
report that Rocky was ﬁ nally successful formula with needed to do to end the series
and conﬁdent offensive leader urday against the Chiefs, when
able to go out on a high note. “Rocky Balboa.” Rocky, who the right way, with fans of the INDIANAPOLIS — The Indi-
in Steve McNair. he wasn’t the main reason In-
The reason the movie is so is now in his late 50s, decides series feeling good about Rocky anapolis Colts have not lowered
And, naturally, it’s on the Pa- dianapolis won.
good is that Stallone learned to box again after watching a again. their expectations. They still
triots as they seek a fourth title The combination of Addai
from his mistakes with “Rocky computer ﬁght in which digital Stallone really messed up envision a Super Bowl title next
in six years, equaling the amaz- and Dominic Rhodes has ably
V.” Even he admits that it was Rocky knocks out current with “Rocky V,” but he ﬁ nally month. replaced Edgerrin James, and
ing run by the 1970s Pittsburgh
a mistake, which is why he has heavyweight champion Mason made up for it. Yet the Colts, burdened by a Addai has more game-breaking
been trying for nearly a decade Dixon. sieve of a run defense and an un- potential than James.
The Colts? Until they shut
to get this new movie made. Dixon’s managers decide to John Gale is a print journalism impressive ﬁnal seven games of down Johnson with a defensive Marvin Harrison was a non-
Making a good “Rocky” capitalize on the publicity from major and works as a Daily the regular season, entered the performance the Ravens would factor against the Chiefs and
movie isn’t all that hard to do. the simulation and arrange for Universe sports editor playoffs as more of an outsider have bragged about, they were Reggie Wayne was a supporting
than a championship contender. barely in the Super Bowl discus- receiver. So Dallas Clark, the
Judging by their performance sions. perfect antidote in the passing
in their postseason opener, that
Saints’ Payton is coach of year
“I think we have a very adapt- game to Baltimore’s active line-
might be a very good thing for able team and we play to the sit- backers, caught nine passes for
Peyton Manning and his team. uation,” coach Tony Dungy said. 103 yards.
Not that they will ever go un- “ I think we have an offense that With tear-your-head-off safe-
noticed as long as the premier can move the ball in a number ty Bob Sanders back in the line-
ﬁrst-year head coach, got three not just in New Orleans, but in quarterback of his generation of ways. Defensively, it’s always up, Indy’s defense looked quite
votes, while San Diego’s Marty this whole Gulf South area. is ﬂinging the ball and rookies better when you play with the capable against Kansas City. It
Associated Press Schottenheimer, the 2004 win- “I’m excited we can provide a like Joseph Addai are outrush- lead, but that hasn’t been the will need a similar effort in Bal-
ner, received two. Jeff Fisher of little juice for these people dur- ing the likes of Larry Johnson. case. We haven’t had a lot of big timore, but before the playoffs
NEW ORLEANS — As Sean Tennessee got one. ing the course of the week, get If the Colts were an NFC team, leads this year. I think we’re go- began, speculation centered on
Payton settled into his ﬁrst “I’m honored and somewhat them excited about football — they could have booked ﬂights ing to be very well-prepared to whether Johnson would rush
head-coaching job with a reel- humbled. This is a time in our and certainly excited about the to Miami for the ﬁrst week in go into Baltimore.” for 200 yards at the RCA Dome.
ing New Orleans Saints fran- league right now where there postseason now,” Payton said. February. But being something They had better be, because He got 32 and his team got 44.
chise, he remained mindful of are probably seven or eight “Those things all make it very of an afterthought in the loaded Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Adalius “We have a good defense,”
a couple key pointers from his Hall of Fame coaches currently worthwhile. It’s pretty powerful AFC could work in Indy’s favor. Thomas, Bart Scott and Chris said tackle Anthony McFar-
former boss, Bill Parcells. coaching in our league,” Payton right now and it’s a little unique The focus is on San Diego, McAlister are primed for a land, who played on a very good
“His advice was to ﬁnd out said Saturday after learning to maybe any other job.” with the gaudy 14-2 record, the championship pursuit. one in Tampa Bay and won a
— quickly — what’s kept this of the award. “I still have tags Upon his arrival, Payton 492 points scored, the MVP/ But maybe the Colts are ready championship. “Regardless of
team from winning, if you can, hanging out of my Reebok gear scoured ﬁlm of the 2005 season Offensive Player of the Year for this challenge — and other what the critics say, if you go out
and then make the appropriate on the sidelines.” and found a team that lost more
(LaDainian Tomlinson), the daunting ones. and take it one play at a time and
changes,” Payton recalled. “He Payton became the third because of undisciplined, mis-
leading sack man (Shawne Mer- Consider: do your job, play fast and tackle,
also emphasized the impor- Saints coach to win the award, take-prone play than a lack of
riman) and ﬁve All-Pros. Manning has not been at that’s the kind of performance
tance of ﬁnding the right quar- talent.
joining Haslett (2000) and Jim And it’s on Baltimore, which his best this season. Sure, he’s you can get.”
terback.” Leadership was a key compo-
Mora (1987). Last year’s winner
Check, and check. nent Payton wanted to address,
was Chicago’s Lovie Smith.
In Payton’s ﬁrst season in and he started by bringing in
With New Orleans ravaged
New Orleans, the Saints (10-6) Brees, seen at the time as a risk
by Hurricane Katrina in late
improved their victory total by because the quarterback was
August 2005, the Saints became
seven en route to securing the rehabbing from complicated off-
nomads that year, winding up
season surgery on his throwing
second seed in the NFC playoffs. 3-13 under Jim Haslett. Payton, shoulder.
And when the rebuilt Louisiana an assistant coach in Dallas, But Payton trusted Brees
Superdome plays host to a sec- was hired to revive one of the when the quarterback promised
ond-round NFL playoff game NFL’s historically unsuccessful to work tirelessly to come back
for the ﬁrst time ever Saturday franchises. stronger than before. Brees has
night, the Saints’ offense will The new coach of the Saints silenced the doubters, throwing
be led on the ﬁeld by a quarter- was going to be faced with the for 4,418 yards and 26 touch-
back in Drew Brees who led the unique challenge of rebuilding downs, good enough to start for
league in passing yardage. a roster while his community the NFC in the Pro Bowl.
Viewing the Saints fast and was recovering from devasta- Payton added a handful of
triumphant turnaround in the tion. Yet, Payton embraced that, key veterans to the mix, includ-
context of how their success held understanding how uplifting ing center Jeff Faine, defensive
the potential to revitalize the the Saints’ success could be to tackle Hollis Thomas, and new
spirit of a city rebuilding from a those struggling to put together linebackers Scott Fujita, Mark
natural disaster, it was hardly a their lives again. Simoneau and Scott Shanle.
surprise Payton was selected as “You have to trust your gut a “We wanted to make sure we
The Associated Press Coach of lot and follow your heart,” Pay- were looking for players that
the Year. ton said. “There certainly were were tough, had good character,
Payton received 44 votes in a going to be some challenges com- that wanted to win and be a part
season when there were a half- ing into this region at this time. of the team,” Payton said. “All
dozen outstanding coaching But I think the city is very com- of those things we thought were
performances. Eric Mangini mitted to this team and it’s real- very important, along with tal-
of the New York Jets, another ly an amazing fan base we have, ent.”
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French Electric plant
choir serves campus
sings B y J O S E P H TAT EO K A
through two 18-inch pipes, buried
four to seven feet underground, to
and from the plant at 320 pounds
per square inch. The hot water is
Every day, thousands of BYU pumped out at 400 degrees Fahr-
students walk past the “smoke- enheit and returns around 320
stack” located on the south end degrees.
of campus to get to class, rarely The heating and cooling plant
taking the time to examine the is located south of the Crabtree
so-called BYU power plant. Technology Building and north
By IRASEMA ROMERO To straighten out the myth, of the Knight Mangum Building.
the large column rising above the During the summer months,
In an unconventional ap- BYU skyline at the south end of the chilled water plant cools
proach to the study of lan- campus is a chimney for the uni- buildings on campus and re-
versity’s heating facility and not a quires $40,000 a month to run,
guage, students in a French
smokestack for a power plant. Gleason said.
Choir class this semester will
“There is no power plant at To supply cool air to buildings
develop their French skills
BYU,” said Travis Ball, engineer- on campus during the summer
through singing. ing manager of Provo City Power.
“A language like French months, BYU pays $60,000 for the
“We supply power to BYU and MTC, $48,000 for the WSC, $40,000
is also based on a rhythm, so they have their own substations for the chilled water plant, $31,000
singing is a good exercise,” and transformers to deliver the for the Widtsoe Building and
said Yvon Le Bras, chair of the power to its buildings.” $30,000 for the HBLL each month,
department of French and Ital- BYU is Provo City Power’s larg- Gleason said.
ian. “We want people to have est client, purchasing 14 percent “Each building has different
a chance to do something else of all electricity sold in the area, cooling needs because the labs
outside of the general class- Ball said. require outside air, some build-
room to complement their edu- “The average person, espe- ings are newer and some of the
cation.” cially students, doesn’t have the buildings are bigger,” Gleason
The class practices French slightest idea of what goes into said. “The lab buildings require
songs in an effort to provide keeping the buildings warm and air from the outside, instead
students with a cultural expe- how much it costs to do so,” said of recycled air from inside the
rience beyond what is possible Ole Smith, BYU assistant admin- building, so it takes a lot more
in a lecture-based class. istrative vice president of physi- to cool the air on a hot summer
“Many of these pieces are cal facilities. day.”
BYU spends an average of During the winter months,
French folk songs that can
$500,000 during each of the winter different buildings take the lead
introduce students to aspects
months and up to $625,000 during for power usage.
of the French culture,” said
each of the summer months on The MTC still uses the most
Sherstine Madsen, choir di- electricity, said Dan Gleason, di-
rector and an undergraduate power during the winter, with
rector of capital needs and utili- the HBLL in a close second. The
student studying French. ties analysis. Benson Building and the Clyde
French songs are ﬁ rst com- Most of BYU’s electricity costs Building are third and fourth,
posed as poetry, Le Bras said. are due to the heating and cooling respectively, in highest winter
“Each singer or each com- units used within the different electrical costs, Gleason said.
poser, just like a writer or a buildings on campus.
poet, is trying to express feel- Buildings ranging from the
ings,” he said. “A song tells a Maeser Building, Smith Field-
story, so we [the French] have house, the Marriott Center, the
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“Here you get to see more of
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Paige Pickard from Orem.
“You don’t get a lot of exposure
to their music by just taking a
The love of the language
brings together students from
different majors, who are not
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African-American genealogy taps new roots
useful to African-Americans, can be traced this way.
though. People from all races The Sorenson Foundation is
By ANDREA LUND can submit their DNA and use different because they started
the Sorenson Foundation’s da- using genetic markers on au-
A foundation, whose idea tabase to trace their ancestry. tosomes, as well as on the Y
came out of BYU, made prog- “Race is not an issue,” Har- chromosome and mitochon-
ress to trace African-Ameri- well said. “The more the mer- drial DNA, making more con-
cans’ ancestry back farther rier.” nections possible.
than was before thought pos- One of the foundation’s goals The idea for the Sorenson
sible at the African American is to get as many DNA samples Foundation came from talks
Historical Genealogical Soci- as they can, and through this, in 1999 between James LeVoy
ety’s conference in October. show connections between all Sorenson, one of the richest
The Sorenson Molecular people of the world. men in Utah and a noted phi-
Genealogy Foundation uses “The technology that So- lanthropist, and Scott Wood-
customer-submitted DNA renson and others have devel- ward, a former BYU professor
samples and four-generation oped ... together with family in the College of Biology and
pedigree charts to form a da- histories will help to bring Agriculture. The foundation
tabase. People can use this the world to- made its da-
database to match their DNA gether, and tabase public
and trace their ancestry.
This technology is espe-
cially important for African-
tant regard- I
” ntegrating written
Americans because of the
less of nation
family history records the fact that
it was start-
challenges they face in trac-
ing their genealogy. Many
said Darius and DNA means ancestry ed only a few
Gray, execu- years ago,
records were destroyed in the tive board searches can yield richer the Sorenson
Civil War or have been lost. member of F ou n d at io n
“The last [oldest] census the local results than were ever has been
that African-American infor- chapter of successful
mation is available is 1870; the African
before possible.” in gathering
all before that has gone by the American and connect-
wayside,” said Donald Har-
Historical Former BYU professor ing DNA.
well, marketing director for Genealogical W o o d -
the African American His- Society. ward, who
torical Genealogical Society. The foun- is now presi-
“Basically the history stops dation’s technology can help dent and executive director
after the Civil War because so people from all over the world of the Sorenson Foundation,
much was burned.” find where their ancestors said in a news release that the
This has caused frustra- came from. database and technology is al-
tion for many African-Ameri- “It will certainly help you lowing people to get more re-
cans, including members of determine which country sults in their genealogy work
The Church of Jesus Christ of they came from, and it’ll help than before.
Latter-day Saints. Sorenson’s you know where to look from “Integrating written fam-
technology is changing this, there,” said Marlo Anderson, ily history records and DNA
however. part-time service missionary means ancestry searches can
The Sorenson Foundation in the Utah South Area Fam- yield richer results than were
was a big hit at the conference, ily History Training Center ever before possible,” he said.
adding many DNA samples to for the LDS Church.
its database. The foundation Sorenson’s is not the only
had a booth at the conference group to use DNA to trace an-
where people could submit
cestry. There are other groups
their DNA samples through a stau 01) 374-0
that trace genealogy through
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Entrepreneurs pitch business ideas to potential investors at a FundingUniverse speed-pitching event Harwell said the lines were ers on the Y chromosome or Japaer St · Pro
at Salt Lake Community College in Sandy. The entrepreneurs have six minutes to convince investors so long he almost didn’t get a mitochondrial DNA. This al- . Cen
chance to participate. lows researchers to trace fam-
that their company is worth further attention.
“I had to wait to the last ily lines through one’s father,
Companies ‘speed-date’ investors Sus
minute on the last day,” he then his father and so on, and
said. also maternal lines.
Despite the fact that there Although this can trace part
was such a good response to of a person’s family tree, it
the technology, it will take a
leaves out a large number of a
while for the participants to person’s ancestors. For exam-
get any results. ple, people would not be able
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before they have enough peo- er’s father because that goes
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ple involved in it to actually through both the paternal and
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maternal lines. Only two out
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two or three investors listen- This technology is not just of 16 great-great-grandparents sushi · teriyaki · tempura · sukiyaki · noodles
ing to pitches and taking notes
on the companies that most
pitching events combine the
search for investment capital
with speed-dating. Entrepre-
neurs have six minutes to
convince investors that their
company is worth further at-
tention. The first four minutes Photo by Jessie Elder
are dedicated to presenting a The clock ticks down for entrepreneurs who have only six minutes
well-rehearsed pitch. The final to woo investors at the FundingUniverse speed-pitch event.
two are reserved for questions
and answers. for DVDs, who pitched at the Each company has been pre-
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are 10 hopeful entrepreneur- constraints in that you have (an Internet company that
ial companies. The companies to explain what you do in five matches angel investors and
specialize in everything from minutes. Hopefully, you can entrepreneurs), and selected
medical spinal devices that say what you need to in order as one of the top 10 companies
employ minimally traumatic to get their attention.” in the application process.
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ies to building an online com- present their pitch in different paced event,” said Brock Blake,
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Gang activity rises in Provo Ziggy® Non Sequitur®
HOW TO HELP agrees.
Enriquez said the school spon-
By LAURALEE BUDD sored a gang prevention meeting
Ways you can contribute
to gang prevention in Utah with students thought to be in-
“CG 13” stood out in bold black volved in the beginnings of gang-
letters against the beige build- County:
related activities. He said there
ing. The tag was only four days < Join the Big Brothers, Big
are only about 10 to 15 students
old. Provo residents and BYU Sisters – access and impact who are actually in gangs, and
students didn’t stop to look as – programs through the Center the rest are only affiliated with
they walked into Fat Cats bowl- for Service and Learning at the lifestyle.
ing alley. BYU. Their phone number is Enriquez, fellow administers
“We never used to get this 422-8686. and law enforcement officials
[graffiti],” said Bonnie Jones, a < Participate in the 4-H Youth agree that certain media — like
manager at Fat Cats for 20 years. and Families with Promise Al-Capone-type movies, rap mu-
“It’s the first time they’ve hit our Program through the Center sic and MTV — glorify the gang-
building. We don’t want to see it for Service and Learning. ster lifestyle and contribute to
happen here like California.” gang culture among teenagers.
< Volunteer to go to the
Jones said the police officer While any teenager could be-
from Provo High School easily youth detention center weekly
through the Center for Service come involved with a gang, His-
recognized the tag as one of the panic teenagers are most likely
Hispanic gangs in the area and and Learning.
to participate in gang activity.
said graffiti has been a problem < Go to Provo High School and
talk with the administrators or
Enriquez said likely contribu- Foxtrot®
lately. tors to Hispanic gang involve-
Gang activity in Utah County volunteer to tutor. ment are the achievement gap,
— where an estimated 70 percent < Plan projects with your FHE the difference in cultures, a lack
of gangs are Hispanic — has in- group to serve the Hispanic of information about opportuni-
creased over the past seven to community of Provo. ties and those who are second-
eight months and has caught the and-third-generations citizens.
attention of local law enforce- Enriquez said both the achieve-
ment and school administrators. Law enforcement says Provo ment gap and accompanying
“The tagging is really what Varrio Locos and Raza Jalisco gang involvement are problems
increased … and drew the atten- Criminales are the largest and that won’t go away until the com-
tion of different police depart- most prominent gangs. Some munity, BYU and legislatures
ments,” said Darcy Simmons of gangs may have many members collaborate to find a solution.
the Utah County Major Crimes with only eight to 10 actively car- Many teens find it hard to
Task Force, who estimated a
greater than 100 percent in-
rying out gang activities. The av- balance academics and extra- Garfield®
erage age is 15 to 21 years old, but curricular activities. For some
crease in graffiti this year. members as old as 40 have been Hispanics it is especially hard
Simmons said the boost in documented. because after-school activities
graffiti could indicate a rise in Often gangs look for junior- didn’t exist in the countries they
other gang-related activities high-school-aged kids to join originated from.
like drug use and crime. There because they are more impres- “It’s a tough dichotomy,” En-
is also evidence that gang-on- sionable and willing to be loyal. riquez said. “These kids think:
gang violence is on the rise. In Also, juveniles are not punished ‘Should I shun the academics
April, a 19-year-old man used as severely for crimes as adults. and keep my friends or should
brass knuckles with miniature School administrators say junior I shun my friends and keep the
saw blades attached to beat up high schools currently have the academics?’ They think they
a 14-year-old Provo boy. In the most gang members. Some high have to do one or the other. It
past year, there have been five schools have seen an increase in is such a battle in their heads
instances similar to this one gang activity among freshmen that most people don’t have to go
that can be attributed to gangs, and sophomores, but it is mostly through.” Get Fuzzy®
Simmons said. gang culture that is prevalent. Not all Hispanics experience
Nine months ago the task “I haven’t really seen an in- this dichotomy and if they do,
force increased efforts to crack crease [in this] … gang thing go- many are choosing to continue
down on gangs. Because of the ing on at the school,” said Chet their education and plan to at-
new focus, Simmons said, police Whatcott, a resource officer tend college. Roughly half of all
officers could more easily iden- at Independence High School. Hispanics at Provo High plan to
tify gang crimes. “What I am seeing a little bit attend college. But the violence
Utah County gangs, includ- more of is that the lifestyles of of Hispanic gangs tarnishes the
ing Provo Varrio Locos, Raza these gangsters and rappers are achievement of other Hispanics
Jalisco Criminales and Alley emulated. [Gang] lifestyle is get- and stereotypes are perpetu-
Boy Gangsters are heavily in- ting so popular. It’s OK to dress ated.
fluenced by the Sureños (South- that way and do the things that “The sad thing is it’s the
erners), a Hispanic gang from you do because society is start- smaller percentage of the Latino
the L.A. area. These gangs use
the colors blue and black and the
ing to say it’s OK.”
Assistant principal Jose En-
population, but it’s the thing
that screams out to people,” En-
number 13 as symbols. riquez of Provo High School riquez said.
Market offers various international foods
founded Many Lands with her “Japan is a neat place be-
father in 1980. “We offer the cause their food is influenced
B y M AT T H E W A L L E N best foods from each country by many other countries,”
Frank & Ernest®
here at Many Lands.” Smith said. “They have been
Often returned missionar- Many Lands carries foods influenced by European coun-
ies who served overseas say from more than 30 countries, tries, Korea, China and Aus-
the one aspect of their mission including most Asian, South tralia.”
they miss the most is the food. American and North Ameri- Smith said Many Lands
Unfortunately, foreign cui- can countries, as well as sev- gets its products from various
sine such as okonomiyaki and eral European nations. importers, but have original
White Rabbit Creamy Candies Even though the store car- products as well.
are not exactly the easiest ries a variety of food from sev- “It is hard to say which
products to find at the local eral countries, the bulk of the foods are the most popular
grocery store. products are Asian. because we have so many,”
Many Lands Market, lo- “Kimchi [fermented cab- Smith said.
cated at 1145 N. 500 West in bage soaked in spices] is one After immigrating to Brazil
Provo, offers these rare items of our most popular foods,” in 1973 with her family, Smith
and many more. Smith said. “It is very spicy came to Provo to attend BYU
“There are so many differ- but very popular in Korea.” in 1976.
ent cultures in the world and Smith also said Hobnobs, a Shortly thereafter, her fam-
so many different kinds of British cookie, and Ramune, a ily moved here as well, and her
food,” said Sharon Smith, a Japanese soft drink, are popu- father had the idea to open an
Taiwanese immigrant who co- lar items. international food market.
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10 The Daily Universe, Tuesday, January 9, 2007 ARTS ENTERTAINMENT
Professor follows call to music
By BECCA VIKARI
For Steve Call, music is more
than just a career choice. It has
been a part of life since he was
“I listened to music con-
stantly,” said Call, who is now a
professor in the school of music
over the low brass instruments
as well as jazz studies. “My un-
cle had an old phonograph and
I would go in the basement and
listen or go to the car to listen to
the radio. I just loved music.”
Growing up, Call had trouble
in school, and it wasn’t until
later that it was discovered he
Associated Press was dyslexic.
“I was a total failure in
Eric Clapton to play in Shanghai school,” Call said. “We didn’t
know why. My mom would go
around and beg my teachers to
Eric Clapton, here performing at Madison Square Garden in New York in September, is set to play pass me each year.”
in Shanghai on Jan. 20, the latest rock legend to take the stage in China’s business and entertain- The summer before junior
ment hub. Clapton, 61, is scheduled to appear at the Shanghai Grand Stage. high, Call started playing
around with his uncle’s bari-
tone horn and decided to join
Fry sauce: A tradition in Utah cuisine
the summer band. The band fo-
cused on reading music, which
was difficult for Call, so he
has dominated in Utah. now goes through more than dropped out. He soon learned to
The result is that fry sauce five gallons a day. play by ear.
Associated Press is as much a part of Utah’s pop- Roberts now produces “[The band director] recog-
ular culture as skiing and the about 140,000 gallons of fry nized that I had a good ear,”
SALT LAKE CITY — The Mormon church. There are sauce each year for his 78 Call said. “He told me, ‘don’t
condiment pumps at Crown fry sauce souvenir T-shirts, a stores across nine states. His you realize that what you can Photo courtesy BYU Photo
Burger rarely get a break. But local band called “Fry Sauce,” restaurants also sell about do on the horn, no one else can Despite struggling with dyslexia in his youth, BYU professor Steve
it’s not ketchup that’s getting even an Olympic fry sauce pin 18,000 bottles for home use an- do?’” Call found a place in music and now works to inspire others.
all the action, and customers that was wildly popular dur- nually. Call’s band director helped
barely give mustard a glance. ing the 2002 Winter Games in It’s all evidence, Roberts him realize that a music career ieland Band and recently re- from Fullerton, Calif., who is a
Instead, it’s a pink-colored Salt Lake City. says, that fry sauce holds a is what he wanted to pursue. ceived grants to create music jazz studies major and member
delicacy known as fry sauce Gary Roberts is president special place in Utah’s cul- “I still had some insecurities for the piano and the tuba. of the Dixieland Band, is work-
that customer after customer of Arctic Circle restaurants, ture. about school,” Call said. “But Jillaine Chaston, a sopho- ing on a special research proj-
squirts into paper cups. And which are the descendants of Even more than the state’s I got scholarships to play at more from Dubuque, Iowa, is a ect with Call.
it’s a scene that repeats itself a local restaurant that claims official snack food of green Utah State and had some very member of the Dixieland Band “He’s very personal,” he said.
at thousands of restaurants to have invented fry sauce Jell-O? influential teachers there that and said she enjoys Call as a “Once you’re in his class, he
and homes across Utah every here in 1948. Since then, the “I think even more so. I helped me go along.” professor because he cares stops to get to know you. There’s
day. hamburger chain has helped think we have fry sauce spe- Now, Call is a professor in about his students. no separation between teacher
While most Americans top popularize it in and outside cifically in Utah. People really the school of music and says “He is very good at working and student there.”
their fries with ketchup and the state. correlate that with Salt Lake that he loves his job because it with the students,” she said. “He “I don’t enjoy anything more
tradition calls for mayon- Roberts, who keeps his fry City,” Robertson said. “Jell-O gives him the freedom to go in told me today that he was really than playing jazz,” Call said. “I
naise or vinegar in Europe, sauce recipe in a safe, says an is sold in every state in the na- the direction he wants. Most glad to have me in the band, and know I’m having more fun than
for more than 50 years a blend Arctic Circle store in the Or- tion. You can’t say green Jell- notably, he has had the chance that was really nice.” anyone else — and I’m getting
of mayonnaise and ketchup egon beach town of Newport O is synonymous with Utah.” to develop the Jazz Legacy Dix- Aaron Dickens, a freshman paid!”
85% free-throw record
should back off
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