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Both players put up similar numbers. John Saville Most Popular Finishing the season just a point below.
Sally Early Public Relations Director Keith Hall and Pete Maxwell would provide the leadership as they groomed the two new goalies. Veterans Keith Hall finished at and Pete Maxwell logged some time in net as well as assuming the part of goaltender leader and mentor.
Last season, the rookie took on a majority of the starts in net and earned the first ever Musketeers Most Valuable Player Award. This season, the Musketeers would experiment with several goaltenders which resulted in a reduction in games played, however, he still posted a winning record.
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Also a returning original Musketeer, Pete would begin to carry the mantle of lead goaltender. He would see limited game time this season but his efforts off ice were starting to build a goalie corps that would soon lead to play-off and championship series action for the newly formed Musketeers.
Terry Mulroy joined the Musketeers for the first of a pair of seasons in Sioux City. Recording a majority of the starts as the rookie and would post a winning record. The following season he would earn the starting position and lead the Musketeers to their first opportunity at post-season play.
The second rookie on the roster, he would play this single season as a Musketeer. Also competing for one of the crowded spots between the pipes, Gordon still garnered 15 some games and posted a record. He would post a team leading 34 goals. Rookie Levi Hartviksen would lead the team with 36 assists on his way to recording 54 regular season points. Player and coach John Saville would contribute 50 points as he split his production scoring 25 goals and adding 35 assists.
John would also lead the team with three Hat Tricks this season. He still ranks in the top five overall leaders in Musketeer penalty minutes. Second leading scorer Levi Hartviksen rounded out the heavy hitters with 71 minutes that season. He became active in the Siouxland youth hockey program and eventually coached the Sioux City Jr.
Musketeers high school team for three seasons Needless to say, I was depressed. I had even gotten a different job — working in the research department of NBC.
How would I like to come to Detroit and do in the evening? I was heading to a major market! The program director picked me up at the airport and drove me right to the station. He wanted me to do a break-in show in the middle of the night — get used to the equipment and format so when I premiered at 6 PM I knew what I was doing.
And then at midnight he drove me to the station, wished me luck, and drove off. I went on the air — half-smashed, no preparation, and having already been up for close to 24 hours.
It was my best show. I got off the air at 6 AM, met the morning man — a surely bitter fellow with a great voice and nothing else.
The fact that I was funny, he hated me instantly. The program director arrived, said he was thrilled with how I sounded, and took me to breakfast at the IHOP, where it turns out, those mermaids were just the cleaning crew. This was truly a very large task, and it was definitely a team effort. Jones and her husband, Jeff, in the living room of the official residence. Carpenter David Wyvratt is glad that the kitchen cabinets he crafted in remain a feature of the kitchen in the president's residence.
Worn carpets were lifted to reveal hardwood floors, and outmoded wallpaper gave way to paint in classic, neutral hues. At the same time, modern amenities were installed. Insulated windows replaced leaky panes, some dating to the s. Modern heating and air conditioning replaced an inefficient boiler and window air conditioners. Damaged sewer lines were replaced and, as required by law, a handicapped-accessible restroom was added on the first level.
Michael Kanalis '94, assistant director of building trades Some furnishings, such as a grandfather clock given by the Class ofwere already in the residence.
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Jeff Jones added artworks from the gallery he owns and operates in Brownsville, Pa. In addition to the living room and dining room, a small library is a cozy spot for private conversations. In addition to the master bedroom, bath and laundry area, there are two guest The chandelier in the dining room is more than years old.
The University served as general contractor for the remodeling project. I knew they were good, but they really impressed me. The residence was added between and For more photos of the residence today, visit www. Yu University leaders Dr. Their conversations focused on the important role that higher education can play in promoting diversity, religious and social tolerance, and global understanding.
Our professors also gain from broadening their horizons. Summertime Academic English and American Culture programs will be offered to support English-language learners and introduce overseas students to the United States. It was absolutely an incredible, lifechanging experience that has opened up so many doors for me.
A communication studies major, Dickey traveled to Turkey last summer with psychology professor Dr.
Rebecca Regeth and seven other Cal U students. They visited museums and historical sites in the cities of Istanbul, Konya, Kayseri and Ephesus, toured Melvana University in Konya, and dined with a Turkish family in their home.
The group made numerous stops, but California was the only university on its itinerary. Fostering cross-cultural understanding is important, he told the educators. Cal U now has agreements with more than 20 universities overseas.
These agreements expand opportunities for students to study abroad, he says. Sponsored by the Turkish Cultural Center and co-sponsored by the Peace Islands Institute, the dinner was attended by about people, including the international delegation that visited Cal U. President Jones was one of three award winners honored at the event. She received the Peace Islands Institute award for academic excellence.
Jones accepts the Peace Islands Institute award for academic excellence from Dr. That was the challenge set by members of the Cal U Veterans Club, who sought to raise awareness of the 22 military veterans who die by suicide each day. Club members, other students and staff met on the Quad at Forming a circle around the Vulcan statue, they each pumped out 22 pushups — even in the snow. It caught on quickly. Several online students even joined the exercise, posting photos or using social media to report their 22aDayCalU.
Twenty-two veterans a day take their lives. But there is help out there. Students chose from a menu of 40 undergraduate and graduate courses, all delivered percent online. The schedule includes daytime, evening and online classes. Five-week, week and special session courses begin throughout the summer months.
For online registration and course information, visit www. Guttman Student Research Grants. The grant program rewards young scholars who are pursuing research within their specific disciplines of study.
Lauff and Rogers are both school psychology majors.
Hensel, a geology major, is researching the relationship between spatial and temporal rates for a laterally incising stream. Wineland, a biology major, is studying how temperature affects tail regeneration in the northern dusky salamander. Established inthe Jesse B. Guttman Research Endowment is the first permanent fund for research at Cal U.
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The program honors the late Jesse B. These companies, now under the umbrella of the Guttman Group, employ numerous individuals in the Mon Valley. More than 1, high school students on 54 teams brought their custom-made robots to the playing field. BotsIQ robots went into battle in April, facing off in head-to-head competition that sent parts flying and students scrambling to make on-the-spot repairs.
Under the guidance of teachers and industry mentors, students develop skills in engineering, machining and project management, as well as communication, innovation, problem solving and teamwork.
KDKA-TV filmed both robotics competitions and aired minute broadcasts featuring game highlights and interviews with student competitors. David Argent their classes. Kalie Kossar training program, as well as professional development in partner public schools.