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The Daily Gazette
Wednesday, September 25, 2002
Volume 7, Number 18
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NEWS IN BRIEF
SPORTS IN BRIEF
Today: Mostly sunny skies, high near 75 F.
What does a horse say?
Tonight: Overcast, low around 60 F.
Tomorrow: Cloudy. Highs in the low 70s and lows in the low 60s.
no… “Why don’t we use scotch tape instead of glue?”
TODAY’S SHARPLES MENU
Lunch: chicken croquetts, mashed potatoes, homestyle tofu, peanut
noodle, peas and onions, california blend, bagle, pecan pie
Dinner: grilled flank steak, steak fries, pasta w/ sauce, greek eggplant
w/ feta, asparagus, corn, pasta bar, bundt cake
A soda machine at the service station in the 500 block of S. Chester
Road was damaged in a break-in attempt. The lock was removed between
10:00 p.m., 9/16/2002 and 7:00 a.m., 9/17/2002. No entry was gained
into the machine. Chief Craig took the report.
On 9/21/2002 at 4:24 p.m., Sergeant Stufflet received a radio call of a
hit and run accident that occurred at Rt. 320 north of Baltimore Pike.
The Springfield Police Department broadcast a description of the fleeing
vehicle. Sergeant Stufflet observed the suspect van on Swarthmore
Avenue approaching Dartmouth Avenue. The operator was signaled to stop
but continued moving. The operator pulled into a driveway in the 500
block of Morton Avenue. As he was approached a strong odor of
intoxicants was detected. The operator failed several field sobriety
tests and was arrested for driving under the influence.
*Early Tuesday, the United Nations Security Council passed a resolution
calling for the end of Israeli military operations near Ramallah, where
forces are besieging Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat. Coming in the
wake of a new Israeli military incursion into Gaza City left nine
Palestinians dead, the resolution also demands a withdrawal from all
other Palestianian towns. Israel has dismissed the “unbalanced”
resolution and seems prepared to ignore it.
*A law passed to ban all computer games in Greece is being revised and
clarified after the gaming community expressed outrage at the failure to
differentiate between online gambling and gaming. Now the government is
issuing guidelines that delineate that only games related to gambling
are covered by the legislation, much to the relief of internet cafe
owners and tourists. So far, about 50 people have been arrested for
flouting the new law.
*As new heavy fighting broke out from the city of Bouake on the Ivory
Coast, a special representative United Nations Secretary-General has
urged Ivory Coast President Laurent Ghagbo to negotiate a peaceful
resolution to the five-day-old rebel uprising. The rebels claim they
are protesting a scheme to expel them from the army, while the
government alleges they are trying to stage a coup.
T’ai Chi Chih Lunch Time Lecture
Kohlberg 328, 12:30 p.m.
Men’s soccer at Neumann,
Women’s soccer at Franklin & Marshall,
Field hockey at Chestnut Hill,
QUOTE OF THE DAY
“I personally think we developed language because of our deep need to
— Lily Tomlin
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