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62 Morgan 14 Mignery
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86 Davis 91 Hali
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27 Harrell
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99 Falls

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FB 6-2 234 5th Sr.
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51 Mike Kolodziej TE
52 Ross Mann LS
52 Kolby Wells LB
53 Shantee Orr DL
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55 Andy Christopfel OL
55 Jeremy Read LB
56 Lawrence Reid LB
57 Dave Pearson OL
58 Roy Manning OLB
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76 Dave Petruziello OL
77 Tony Pape OL
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80 Braylon Edwards WR
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84 Kevin Murphy TE
85 Dave Spytek TE
86 Jim Fisher TE
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89 Deitan Dubuc TE
90 Norman Heuer DL
91 EmmanuelCasseus LB
91 Rondell Biggs DL
92 Dan Rumishek DL
93 Alex Ofili DL
94 Patrick Massey DL
94 Matt Studenski TE
95 Alain Kashama DL
95 Mike Mandich TE
96 Chris Matsos WR
96 Larry Harrison DL
97 Shawn Lazarus DL
97 Luke Perl PK
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By Luke Smith
Daily Arts Editor
The uneducated, unknowing or
unconscious will look at the straight-
from-the-WB cast of "Rules of Attrac-
tion" coupled with the MTV-gen fast
cutting in the official trailer and desper-
ately' claim "Rules" is a dark response
to light-hearted teen trash films, instead
of the black-comedy, adaptation of Bret
Easton Ellis' ("American Psycho"),
1987 novel of the same name.
Both the book and film satirize the
American upper-crust of whitebread
bourgeoisie at the small, very private,
fictitious liberal arts-orient-
ed Camden College. Avary
fast-forwarded-the film's
period, contemporizing
Ellis' decrepit disenfran- THE R
chised '80s into a debauch- A T
erous, disheartening
present. This decline into At Sh
moral bankruptcy is the Qualit,
intention, and Avary's script Mac
holds fairly true to a novel Lion
with a branching, multi-
framed non-linear narrative.

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6-7 300 Fr.
6-1 220 Jr.
6-2 229 Jr.
6-1 255 Sr.
6-4 278 Fr.
6-3 295 Jr.
6-1 227 Jr.
6-1 219 So.
6-3 291 Sr.
6-2 238 Jr.
6-3 217 So.
6-1 290 Sr.
6-3 298 Sr.
6-5 267 So.
6-1 261 5th
6-5 287 Jr.
6-4 318 So.
6-1 245 So.
6-4 252 Fr.
6-6 301 So.
6-4 281 5th
6-3 274 So.
6-7 283 So.
6-4 313 Fr.
6-3 318 Fr.
6-8 303 5th
6-7 277 So.
6-6 297 Sr.
6-5 320 Jr.
6-4 297 5th
6-6 305 Sr.
6-4 358 Fr.
6-5 302 So.
6-3 206 So.
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6-5 249 5th
6-5 240 Fr.
6-7 250 So.
6-5 249 Jr.
6-4 231 So.
6-4 248 5th
6-5 288 Sr.
6-2 244 Sr.
6-2 261 Fr.
6-4 273 5th
6-3 262 So.
6-8 260 So.
6-4 190 So.
6-5 259 Jr.
6-3 241 So.
6-0 206 So.
6-3 321 Fr.
6-4 288 5th
6-0 206 Jr.
6-4 198 Jr.
6-5 238 So.

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By Luke Smith
Daily Arts Editor

Director Roger Avary's "The Rules
of Attraction" almost wasn't made. At
a lull in his career, the writer/director
woke up in the middle of the night
with an idea for adapting his favorite
Bret Easton Ellis novel, "The Rules of
Attraction." He wrote the script franti-
cally and locked it away. It wasn't
until his producer demanded to read
and subsequently loved the draft that
"Rules" became anything more than a
script. Coincidentally, the rights were
available, and "Rules" began its voy-
age from Ellis' mind to Avary's mind
and, this Friday to theaters.
Even with a quality script and the
rights to the film, Avary's "Rules"
encountered problems at the produc-
tion level. It was during the making of
"The Rules of Attraction," Avary was
competing with the Screen Actor's
Guild strike and all of the movies
being made at the time were shutting
down. "We were literally one of the
last films being made in Los Ange-
les," Avary told The Michigan Daily.
Once the film was in the can, Avary
and his editors went to war against the
censors. "The Rules of Attraction"
was rejected for an R-rating from the
MPAA countless times.
An R-rating needed to be received
in order for "Rules" to make its way
into wide-release - Lion's Gate (the
film's distributor) would take a huge
loss if the film opened with an NC-
17 or the equally damning Unrated
tag. Avary posted on his website
(wwwavary.com) regarding the rat-
ings fiasco. "I had to trim some
trimmed snatch - I had to modify

some of the dialog." And after all
was said and done, early press
screenings were of a slightly unfin-
ished film. The sound wasn't com-
pletely mastered, announcements
were made after the film that the
opening scene with Shannyn Sossa-
mon was being re-worked and the
credits had yet to be added.
With "The Rules of Attraction,"
Avary said he "wanted to make a film
that wasn't falling prey to normal
Hollywood lines, while simultaneous-
ly adapting Bret Easton Ellis' novel."
Given Ellis' scorn for the majority of
what he writes about, viewers of
"Rules" shouldn't expect to see the
film tie up too neatly when the credits
roll. "There is no false justice at the
end of his (Ellis) books," Avary said.
"I didn't want there to be some sort of
false justice or false happy ending at
the end of this film."
Instead of false justice and happy
endings, "Rules" viewers will be
treated to a cheerless glimpse into
the "condemnation of the luxurious
debauchery of the ruling class," said
Avary. The nihilistic college students
of Camden (a fictitious college
somewhere in New England, but it
could be Anywhere, USA) sleep
around, do ridiculous amounts of
cocaine, oozing more apathy than the
pounds of cocaine snorted, sold or
traded during the film. Avary's own
"Animal House" for the heartless is a
complicated mixture of characters
whose basic desires are far more
primitive and depraved than the
Pinkerton lyrics.
- Katie Marie Gates contributed to
this report.

Sean Bateman (James Van Der Beek,
"Dawson's Creek") is the campus repre-
sentative/emissary (salesman sounds so
pedestrian) of the local drug kingpins.
He deals coke at a 50-percent mark-up,
hasn't been paying his bills and he's also
been receiving anonymous love letters.
Lauren (Shannyn Sossamon, "A
Knight's Tale") is virginal, quaint and
practical - she convinces herself not to
go out by looking through a book visu-
ally cataloging sexual diseases, and
she's in love with Victor (Kip Pardue,
"Remember the Titans") - who is in
Europe, doing many, many things. Paul
(Ian Somerhalder, "Life as a House") is
the bisexual ex-boyfriend of Lauren
Hynde who has fallen hard for Sean.
Through rewinding bits and pieces of
film from points where narratives inter-
sect, Avary allows the principal charac-

courtesy of Lion's Gate
Avary talks to cast members of "The Rules of Attraction."
Director Avary talks
about 'The Rules'

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ters to show different sides of the same
event; a facet adapted surprisingly well
from the novel.
The plot here is of minimal impor-
tance, there is no central action driving
the film along, everything leads up to
the "Dressed to Get Screwed" party -
if a film can lead up to the event shown
in the long opening credits. Sean
believes that Lauren is writing him the
notes, and being the sexual predator that
he is, begins to awkwardly pursue her.
Somehow Paul manages to fall for
Sean; all while Lauren is waiting for
Victor to get back from Europe. Just
like it sounds, the plot of "Rules of
Attraction" is a giant mess.
It is within this mess of
plot (conceived by Ellis,
adapted by Avary) where
LES OF the technological merits of
.CTION Avary's direction emerge.
The film's best sequence is
wcase, unquestionably Victor's
16 and European excursion. Shot
tone entirely with digital cam-
Gate eras, Avary followed Kip
Pardue around Europe,
demanding that Pardue be "Victor" for
the trip's duration. Consequently,
Avary shot nearly every waking
minute of Pardue's life during the
span, edited it together, had Pardue
record a voice over and he slapped it
in the last half of -"Rules." Avary's
handheld stumbling through Europe
with Pardue is not a cinematic recre-
ation of a European vacation, it is a
European vacation. The authenticity is
palpable during this sequence.
It is always problematic when adapt-
ing an incredible novel to the screen,
(though Ellis' "Rules" barely regis-
tered on the cultural radar in '87) but
Avary's adaptation is an excellent one.
However, it is also fitting to point that
an excellent adaptation of an excellent
novel does not necessarily make an
excellent movie.
The acting in the film is what is

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