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Coming Attractions

But enough of this financial talk... let's get to the commercials. Here is just a taste of what you can expect between the game-time whistles. If you like to be surprised, turn your head no…

Better Living through Circuitry

Director:Jon ReissWriters:Jon Reiss, Stuart Swezey, Brian McNelisSeventh Art Releasing; NR; 92 minutesRelease:6/00With:Genesis P'Orridge, Scanner, Roni Size History is hidden. Every cultural …

Color Comes to CBS

by Marcus McGraw Who says that networks never broadcast anything new during the summer? After all, it was in June of 1951 that CBS made history by presenting an hour long pro…

Shakespeare Through the Ages

The Bard is inescapable. If you’ve been to an English-speaking secondary school, there’s an overwhelming chance that you or your loved ones have been exposed to hefty doses of Shakespeare. Referen…

Come to Our Census

Census 2000 is almost upon us — the questionnaire is shorter, but will it be more accurate? by Damon Goldsmith Enumeration versus Statistical Sampling The Supreme Court ruled in March 1999 t…

Tarzans through Time

A Brief History of Former Ape Men by Beth Rowen Johnny Weissmuller, perhaps the silver screen's most famous Tarzan, sweeps Jane (Maureen O'Sullivan) off her feet.While nearly 20 beefcake acto…

Enos Slaughter 2002 Deaths

Enos SlaughterAge: 86 St. Louis Cardinals outfielder best remembered for his Mad Dash from first base to score the winning run over Boston in Game 7 of the 1946 World Series; tied 3-3, Slaught…

Louise McIntosh SLAUGHTER

SLAUGHTER, Louise McIntosh, a Representative from New York; born Louise McIntosh in Harlan County, Ky., August 14, 1929; B.S., University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky.,1951; M.S., University of K…

Roger Caldwell SLAUGHTER

SLAUGHTER, Roger Caldwell, a Representative from Missouri; born near Odessa, Lafayette County, Mo., July 17, 1905; attended the public schools at Independence, Mo.; A.B., Princeton University, …