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Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Sports controversy

Posted By on Wed, Nov 15, 2006 at 8:06 PM

Late-breaking sports news: UCA boss Lu Hardin has decided to drop men's soccer as an intercollegiate support, though the team has been successful on the field. Some students plan a protest this week. Saved money will go to other sports. Unhappy soccer fans figure that means football.

With all due respect: we confess the news reminds us of one of the late, great Orville Henry's "jokes." Not that we think it funny, mind you. But it was some indication of where Orville was getting in his final years. Said Orville:

"No hands? Play soccer."

 


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