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Corner Brook is host to the boys U13 and U14 championships beginning today.

Each four team competition will see each team playing three round robin games, with the top two teams in each age group advancing to gold medal games on Sunday.

In June, Newfoundland’s U15 and U16 boys teams won gold medals in Atlantic championships, while NL’s U15 girls captured silver and the U16 girls finished third.

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Alexandre Nunes, Alex Brothers, Ali Zidan, Andrew Power, Ben James, Brandon Toope, Brett Russell, Colby Stephen, Daniel Courage, Daniel Hanlon, Jacob Bartlett, James Clarke, Jonathan Furlong, Liam Hennessey, Mycah Winsor, Patrick Hurley, Ryan Kenny, Taj Exley. Head coach Bernie Manning; Assistant coach Taedy O’Rourke ; Manager Adam Courage

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Alyssa Manuel, Ashley Melnick, Ava Colbert, Brooklyn Sooley, Chloe Soper, Emma Halliday, Emmy Furukawa, Erica Murphy, Hannah Fudge, Isabella Hoddinott, Isabella Ryan, Jessie Ball, Kathleen Walsh, Lauren Rowe, Lauren Slaney, Lauren Wright, Madison Byrd, Morgan Harris, Shannon Galway, Stephanie Thoms. Head coach Nicole Moores; Raeleen Baggs Raeleen Baggs; Manager Nicole Halliday

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Service is personable, professional, and swift important if you are eating before a show. curtain; for 7:30 performances, patrons seated after 5:30 will not make curtain” and “Diners arriving more than ten minutes after their reservation will not be guaranteed seating.” Most patrons prepay for their prix fixe dinner, a smart way to get from dining room seat to theater seat quickly.

Next stage for Mr. Weiss: The Villa by Barton G. in Casa Casuarina. Opening night is slated for sometime next month, even as applause for Prelude’s first act still rings.
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The late Southern humorist Lewis Grizzard once jovially referred to Clemson as with a lake. And truth be told, he was right on the money. Auburn and Clemson have more similarities than we do with most of our SEC comrades. Why don’t you go see Clemson (the town and the University) for yourself when the Tigers take on the Tigers (see what I mean?) on Sept. 17?

First off, the two campuses greatly resemble one another. Clemson’s iconic Tillman Hall was designed by the same architect who designed Samford Hall, and man do they look eerily similar. Clemson, sitting in the northwest corner of the state, was also founded as South Carolina’s main agricultural school. Some of its most popular programs you will also find attracting students on Auburn’s campus, including agriculture, forestry, architecture and engineering.

Clemson has around 15,500 undergraduates, sizably smaller than Auburn’s 20,000. The town of Clemson is also smaller, only adding 11,000 to the population, while Auburn residents number around 35,000. However, like Auburn, Clemson is incorporated into a greater metropolitan area.

In the rich history of Southern football, Auburn and Clemson are like second cousins by marriage who skip the mish mash and call each other brothers. Clemson football, after all, owes much of its start to Auburn. Walter Riggs was a member of Auburn’s first football team in 1892, and four years later, he left to start a football program in Clemson, 232 miles northeast of the plains.

As legend has it, Riggs, low on funds and resources, “borrowed” some of Auburn’s old practice uniforms for the new team. Lane Sr., the navy jerseys had faded from the washboard washings and resembled a dingy LSU purple, but the orange jerseys had retained their original color. Therefore he made orange the Tigers (looks like he borrowed that too) dominant color with purple (err, faded navy) as the accompanying color.

Auburn remains the leader in the century long series, 34 11 2 (we won the past 14) after last year’s overtime thriller in Jordan Hare. Our own Tigers rallied from a 17 3 deficit at halftime to score 21 unanswered points in the third quarter. However, if you remember, in overtime it all came down to a redo from Clemson’s kicker, Chandler Catanzaro. He nailed a 27 yarder, but was forced to kick again after a penalty. The second kick hooked left, giving Auburn its third win of many for the 2010 season. The Clemson Tigers, on the other hand, finished unranked with their first losing season (6 7) since 1998.

Another thrilling matchup is in the queue for 2011. Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney has brought in offensive coordinator Chad Morris, a Gus Malzahn disciple who prefers an up tempo, no huddle attack. Like Auburn, Clemson will also have rookies swooning the field on defense. It will be a battle of will for these two young teams that you won’t want to miss!

The Palmetto Auburn Club will also be hosting an away game tailgate the morning before the game. The southern hospitality at Clemson will rein the same, and the fans seem to be friendlier than other fan bases (cough cough, Alabama and LSU). The campus’ similar beauty is enticing, as are the popular South Carolina Botanical Garden and LakeHartwell, each located on campus. Moreover, Clemson lays claim to “the most exciting 25 seconds in college football” where the team runs down “The Hill” before the start of each game. While it originally started out of practicality before Memorial Stadium west stands were built, today it just tradition. Fans hear “Your Clemson Tigers!” from the announcer and a canon fire as the team runs down the hill.

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War Eagle, and I hope to see you all in Clemson!

Here in Auburn, and probably in your homes too, it might as well be Christmas Eve. Preparations for the second most important holiday of the year are in full swing, running laps around my head as I make sure every glorious task is completed.

The flag, wreaths and orange and blue trimmings have made their way from beyond the July 4th decorations to see the light of day, their rightful home of course.

The buffalo dip, ham and swiss slider and other pudge inducing recipes have been pulled like I even need them anymore and the grocery lists of tailgating essentials are being compiled. And don’t worry, a few extra rolls of Charmin tops the list.

My Saturday best is clean, and the fight song is emphatically flowing from my lips at every appropriate (and even inappropriate) moment.

I even have that heavy chest pitter patter like Lutzenkirchen is doing a tap dance on my sternum. Surely this is worse than the Christmas Eves of my youth.

Tomorrow can’t get here soon enough. It been too long since I been in Jordan Hare cheering on my Auburn Tigers and belting out Glory to Ole Auburn. And I suspect I’m not the only one feeling like this! How are you feeling about tomorrow? Any preparations I am forgetting?

War Eagle, and here’s to another wonderfully exciting season!

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Torrential down pours and triple digit temperatures are unwelcome enemies that frequent all too often during the dog days of an Auburn summer.

And, frankly, the Auburn football team doesn’t have time to wait. Starting positions are being fought for. Plays are being refined. We’re 40 days away from another arduous season.

Cue in our new $16.5 million indoor practice facility that will be completed July 29 even with time to spare before fall practices kick off the following week. The 90,000 square foot facility houses a full sized 120 yard field with surrounding areas suitable for individual stretching or drills.

This facility will replace the John H. Watson Fieldhouse, a 40 yard indoor field that was only cooled by large fans. It will also allow the offense and defense to practice together, a luxury the smaller fieldhouse did not afford.

The east west layout runs parallel to Samford Avenue, cutting across the athletic complex’s old practice fields, which were reduced from three to two with this addition. Auburn becomes the seventh SEC school to open a full sized indoor facility, behind Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, LSU, Mississippi State and Ole Miss.

The Auburn Board of Trustees unanimously approved the project last June. A portion of the budget was also spent on outdoor fields and the Tatum Strength and Conditioning Center.

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Since the atmospheric pressure decreases with altitude (see Earth’s atmosphere), the volume of an air parcel expands as it rises. Conversely, if a parcel of air sinks from a higher altitude to a lower altitude, its volume is compressed by the higher pressure at the lower altitude. An adiabatic lapse rate is the rate at which the temperature of an air parcel changes in response to the expansion or compression process associated with a change in altitude, under the assumption that the process is adiabatic (meaning that no heat is added or lost during the process).[6][7]

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= the specific heat of dry air at constant pressure, 1004.64 J/(kg K)

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Urban art heavyweights Brian Adam Douglas, also known as Swoon, Logan Hicks and others created studio pieces that demonstrate the movement many mediums, ranging from screen prints, giant paintings, multimedia works, collages and sculpture.

Despite the genre big city roots, Gainesville is the perfect candidate for an urban art exhibition, argues co curator Anne Gilroy.

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Artist Logan Hicks doesn think about the masses when he creates a piece; instead, he hopes there’s kind of commonality that runs through his work that onlookers can relate to.

just focus on what it is that I like, he said. artist is just trying to portray their world. though the art form is more common in bigger cities, Hicks said he expects Gainesville audiences to embrace the work just the same because of its accessibility.

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The late Southern humorist Lewis Grizzard once jovially referred to Clemson as with a lake. And truth be told, he was right on the money. Auburn and Clemson have more similarities than we do with most of our SEC comrades. Why don’t you go see Clemson (the town and the University) for yourself when the Tigers take on the Tigers (see what I mean?) on Sept. 17?

First off, the two campuses greatly resemble one another. Clemson’s iconic Tillman Hall was designed by the same architect who designed Samford Hall, and man do they look eerily similar. Clemson, sitting in the northwest corner of the state, was also founded as South Carolina’s main agricultural school. Some of its most popular programs you will also find attracting students on Auburn’s campus, including agriculture, forestry, architecture and engineering.

Clemson has around 15,500 undergraduates, sizably smaller than Auburn’s 20,000. The town of Clemson is also smaller, only adding 11,000 to the population, while Auburn residents number around 35,000. However, like Auburn, Clemson is incorporated into a greater metropolitan area.

In the rich history of Southern football, Auburn and Clemson are like second cousins by marriage who skip the mish mash and call each other brothers. Clemson football, after all, owes much of its start to Auburn. Walter Riggs was a member of Auburn’s first football team in 1892, and four years later, he left to start a football program in Clemson, 232 miles northeast of the plains.

As legend has it, Riggs,
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low on funds and resources, “borrowed” some of Auburn’s old practice uniforms for the new team. Lane Sr., the navy jerseys had faded from the washboard washings and resembled a dingy LSU purple, but the orange jerseys had retained their original color. Therefore he made orange the Tigers (looks like he borrowed that too) dominant color with purple (err, faded navy) as the accompanying color.

Auburn remains the leader in the century long series, 34 11 2 (we won the past 14) after last year’s overtime thriller in Jordan Hare. Our own Tigers rallied from a 17 3 deficit at halftime to score 21 unanswered points in the third quarter. However, if you remember, in overtime it all came down to a redo from Clemson’s kicker, Chandler Catanzaro. He nailed a 27 yarder, but was forced to kick again after a penalty. The second kick hooked left, giving Auburn its third win of many for the 2010 season. The Clemson Tigers, on the other hand, finished unranked with their first losing season (6 7) since 1998.

Another thrilling matchup is in the queue for 2011. Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney has brought in offensive coordinator Chad Morris, a Gus Malzahn disciple who prefers an up tempo, no huddle attack. Like Auburn, Clemson will also have rookies swooning the field on defense. It will be a battle of will for these two young teams that you won’t want to miss!

The Palmetto Auburn Club will also be hosting an away game tailgate the morning before the game. The southern hospitality at Clemson will rein the same, and the fans seem to be friendlier than other fan bases (cough cough, Alabama and LSU). The campus’ similar beauty is enticing, as are the popular South Carolina Botanical Garden and LakeHartwell, each located on campus. Moreover, Clemson lays claim to “the most exciting 25 seconds in college football” where the team runs down “The Hill” before the start of each game. While it originally started out of practicality before Memorial Stadium west stands were built, today it just tradition. Fans hear “Your Clemson Tigers!” from the announcer and a canon fire as the team runs down the hill.

But when they run down the hill on Sept. 17, they will be running towards an Auburn team young in age,
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but wise beyond its years when it comes to passion and the will to win.