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  • Species
    260 words
    I cannot significantly improve on the assertion that it simply is proper for us, as intelligent members of the universe, to try to look after our fellow creatures, and evil for us to do otherwise. -- Colin Tudge, 1992 Last Animals at the Zoo Endangerment is everyone's problem. This Expedition presents an ample cross-section of the conservation challenges we are facing. However, trying to understand how the natural world operates is never an easy task. The effort to do so has been compared to wat...
  • Rules To The Game
    906 words
    The beginning of baseball has had it twist on who started the game and who made the rules to the game. The sport we know as baseball was original name stick ball before it became an organized sport. Baseball was a game that many just played as part of their moderate exercise for recreational purpose or time and they used the game to stay in shape. It was usually a middle class white -collar worker who played the game. Many give credit to Abner Doubleday and his contribution to the game as the fa...
  • Pearson From The Smarter Of Life's Players
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    Bang the Drum Slowly Every game needs rules in order to ensure that everyone has a fair chance at succeeding in the game. If, however, fairness to all players is not a necessity, then no rules are necessary. In "Bang the Drum Slowly", this theme is inherent in everything from card games to life itself. The Exciting Game Without Any Rules (or "TEGWAR"), is the game by which Henry Wiggins and Bruce Pearson play in everyday life. As a card game, TEGWAR is an exercise of dominance. The only rule is ...
  • Official Soccer Rules
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    The official soccer rules are called the 'Laws of the Game' and are revised annually (usually in July) by FIFA (pronounced 'FEE' fun'), the world soccer governing body, but youth organizations usually adjust the rules to fit children. Typical adjustments are field sizes, game lengths, number of players per team, the number and frequency of substitutions, 'offside' is sometimes not called, and slide tackling is sometimes not allowed. Field sizes, ball sizes, length of games & rules vary by age gr...
  • New Rule Of The Game Of Baseball
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    Baseball's New Rules I started to watch baseball again since the World Series is starting butI have noticed that there are a couple of new rules in the game that were not there last year and I am not the only one who does not like them. I can tell that most of the die hard baseball fans do not like the new rules in baseball because of all the bad things I have heard on the TV or seen in the newspaper. I have only seen two new rules being used since I have been watching and one new rule everyone ...
  • Ncaa Championship Games
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    Munir SlaimanProfessor Hinkle July 19, 2000 U.S. school and college basketball (Summary of the Jackie Miranda Article) Basketball at the school and college level developed from a structured, rigid game in the early days to one that is often fast-paced and high-scoring. Individual skills improved markedly, and although basketball continued to be regarded as the ultimate team game, individualistic, one-on-one performers came to be not only accepted but used as an effective means of winning games. ...
  • Ray Lives For Baseball
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    Essay - The True Believer Religion is in all of us even if we don't believe it is. Religion was first associated with churches, but there are other means of religion. W.P. Kinsella introduces baseball as a religious base. Ray Kinsella in the book "Shoeless Joe" believes in baseball just as much as a true Christian believes in Religion. Baseball gives him love for the game, guidance and orders, and a certain lifestyle. To love someone or something is to have an intense emotion of affection, warmt...
  • Holden Caulfield Resents The Game
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    In all existence, everyone in life from the young to the old participate in the "game of life". Weather we want to or not, we are forced to continue down the path until the end. In J.D. Salinger's novel, The Catcher in The Rye, the main character, Holden Caulfield resents the 'game', and is not a believer. Holden states, "game my ass. Some game. If you get on the side where all the hot-shots are, then it's a game all right- I'll admit that. But if you are on the side where there aren't any hot-s...

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