Creighton University Window Summer 1998
Feezell, Randolph M.
Reynolds, Cynthia Furlong
Vaughn, Pamela Adams
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WHY SPORTSMANSHIP? / WHATEVER HAPPENED TO SPORTSMANSHIP? In a sports landscape increasingly dominated by trash talking, taunting and bench-clearing brawls, Creighton philosophy professor Randolph M. Feezell examines the importance of sportsmanship. Page 4.RARE BOOKS / A BIBLIOPHILE'S DREAM While planning for the renovation of the Klutznick Law Library, Creighton law librarians made an amazing discovery. Find out what they found beginning on Page 12.CREIGHTON SOCCER / ALIVE END KICKING Creighton's men's soccer program, resurrected in 1990, has become a national powerhouse in a short period of time, with players who excel both on and off the field. Cynthia Furlong Reynolds explores the success of Bluejay soccer starting on Page 16.FR. PORTZ / FR. PORTZ RETURNS TO MILWAUKEE Fr. Bernard Portz, a long-time mathematics professor and director of the liturgical choir, returns to Milwaukee after a 31-year relationship with Creighton. Page 22.