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these sperm had to compete with one
"This is a good example of biological
reductionism," she said.
Travis said there are countless exam-
pies of primates and other animal
species in which male and female ten-
dencies differ from the societal norm.
In situations like this, Travis explained,
females engage in sex frequently with
numerous partners, while males remain
nonogamous, nurturing and faithful.
Travis urged her audience that sci-
ence should "bring us closer together
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and the trial date would be set for some-
time next Januarv.
University spokesperson Julie
Peterson said that since the Office of
the University General Counsel has not
had a chance to review the motion, the
UJniversity has no official comment for
we should not be the same, we
should not be identical, but we should
be close enough," she said.
Many students who attended the dis-
cussion said they were highly enter-
tained by Travis' lecture and agreed
with her visions for sexual equality.
"She is really a charming speaker,"
LSA senior Diane Tider said. "She has
a lot of interesting things to say. I agree
with a lot of it. I read some of her books
too. I respect her enormously."
April Zeoli, a Public Health graduate
student said Travis "was provocative
and interesting. She points out the fal-
lacies we take for granted as being true.
I love her style," Zeoli said.
the time being.
A date to hear the motion has not been
set as of now, Massie said, but she said
she is confident the motion to extend the
discovery phase will be granted.
"I'm confident (an appeal) won't be
necessary," she said, adding "the time
we are asking for is absolutely neces-
sary. I don't think Judge (Bernard)
Friedman will force us to appeal"
Am eric-.Adan m en d pie f
sex, Steffi says
ACROSS THE NATION
By Chris Grandstaff
and Jacob Wheeler
Daily Culture Critics
AIX EN PROVENCE, France --
Breasts. Breasts everywhere. Drive
down an American expressway, look at
the billboards on the median, and all
you'll see are breasts - American
Think of it. Don't you love breasts?
Say the word to yourself ... Breasts.
See, isn't that nice?
According to German supermodel
Steffi Heimenbroken, American males
are sexually deprived, and that's why
they crave big breasts instead of long,
smooth legs or tight buttocks that
appeal to more European men.
"It's nice to come to America,"
Heimenbroken said. "They don't just
look at my ass. They love my tits too.
Butt they never notice my best feature,
Heimenbroken contrasts her experi-
ences in a European disco in Stuttgart
with her adventures in a meat-market
bar in the United States, as she lies on
the beach along the Mediterranean Sea.
"Back home the men use their legs
and hips to dance close to me and rub
up against my athletic body. Beautiful
women are nothing new to them, so
they are more selective on who they
-Americans, Heimenbroken said, have
to-sneak peeks at porno magazines or
they have to stare at an illegally-pur-
chased Cinemax channel until they can
make out a woman's body through all
notice my best
- Model Steffi
Heimenbroken, on Ameicans.
"Consequently" Heimenbroken said,
"American men love breasts, because
they are the easiest things to grab ahold
of, and groping doesn't take any danc-
Doctor Groper of University of
California at Berkeley agrees with
"As a professional I have to admit
that I too love grabbing breasts"
Giropper said. "They're soft, they're fun
and damn it I love them ... The
American breast is much bigger than
any other breast on the planet.
Historians have argued for years that
breasts were in fact the reason for the
great immigration to America. Breasts
are great because they serve milk. but
they're also a metaphor for sex. Don't
you love an erect nipple? I do!"
It's no secret that Americans are the
fattest people in the world, per capita.
And much of a woman's body fat goes
straight to her breasts.
So it's natural that American men
would flock to large-breasted women.
Wifey smuggles drugs,
hubby fails to notice
NEW YORK - The wife of the
former commander of the U.S.
Army's anti-drug operation in
Colombia pleaded guilty yesterday
to drug charges and said her hus-
band (who has to be a complete and
total num-nut) knew nothing of a
plan to smuggle S700,000 worth of
"I never told him what I was doing."
(well, no kidding lady) Laurie Anne
Hiett told reporters said after pleading
guilty in federal court. Still free on
bond, she faces up to nine years in
prison at sentencing on April 28
Hiett - whose husband, Col.
James Hictt, was head of U.S. anti-
drug operations in Bogota - talked
openly with reporters about her past
drug addiction and said she was
sorry her case made headlines while
the United States is waging a costly
(i.e. ineffective) war on drugs.
"There are people dying every
day to fight this, and then I did what
I did," she said. "I'm not proud of it
I just truly apologize."
Man gets into backs
of big car for free
EVERETT, Wash.- - No more
limousine larks for Robert Whcclpri
Limo drivers in the Seattle-Everett
area now know who he is and are
wise to his tricks, said Mike
Paulson, operator of A Fine Ride
Limousine in Mill Creek.
Snohomish County prosecuto
said Wheeler ran up a SI12,851 bill itt
October after claiming to be from an
investment company and asking the
limo company to pick him up ata
Wheeler said that if there was any
problem with payment, his invest-
nent company would foot the bill
because he was "a valued cus-
Eating disorder plagued, fat people upset
BURLINGTON, Vt. -- Hear the screams for ice cream ripple across this low-
fat, calorie-conscious land full of maple syrup farmers :
"Multi-flavors NOT multinationals!" "Save the cow!" "Don't sell out!"
Upset that Ben & Jerry's Homemade Holdings Inc. is considering unsolicited
burout offers, fans of the superpremium brand (read: high-fat, high-calorie) rallie
this week at several franchises across the nation to urge the company to resist th
lure of the megamerger and remain independent. (Mmm. Ice cream. Yummmmv.)
No one gathered in Vermont (there's not really much there except cows), where Be
& Jerry's Scoop Shops are all company-owned. But it is here, where nonnatives are.
derisively called "fatlanders" and residents were the first to buy Ben & Jerrv's stock
(and get real fat off of ice cream), that the prospect of the tie-dyed (oh! look! hippies!)
duo selling out to an international conglomerate generates the greatest anxiety.
No for-profit firm is so heralded - and so scrutinized for its commitment toy;
socially responsible business, from environment-friendly packaging to the 7.5 per-.'
cent in pretax profits donated to charity. Nor does any enterprise so indelibly con-
jure a nostalgic image of Vermont, where black-and-white spotted cows forever
graze amid rolling green hills.
"As we market Vermont, we market Ben & Jerrv's," said Gov. Howard Dean (1
who is attempting to ward off a sale. "And as they market Ben & Jerry's, they mar-
ket Vermont." (Do you feel the need to eat and purge now?)
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Grimace attempts to
eat edit staff in coup
SI NIOR STA FFOFFl& (U-WIRE)
-Dailv Grimace attempted to cat the
majority of the edit staff on Tuesday, fol-
lowing a failed coup (please pronounced
the "p' it makes us feel more at home) to
take over the paper and publish nothing
Members of the award winning news-
paper staff chanted. "There's news in
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vour lives!"Grimacc was forced buck into
his office with large pointy sticks and fire.
Intelligent, strikingly attractive edit
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Grimace drooled and made grunting
noises. Frightened sports writers stood in
their corner of the newsroom, grunting
and scratching, occasionally cheering on
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sports staff chanted, "Yea!," "Whoo!" and
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Japanese like child
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home from the office on the crowded6
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