The American Red Cross is hoping UA students will make a healthy deposit into the blood bank this week.
And they won't be satisfied unless University of Arizona students bleed more than Arizona State University students.
The 13th annual competition between the two universities began yesterday and lasts until Saturday.
One of Arizona's flashiest players was also one of its most inconsistent last season. Sophomore forward Richard Jefferson averaged 11.3 points and 4.8 rebounds per game and was named to the Pacific 10 Conference's All-Freshmen Team, but many critics blamed him for being too up and down.
Picture Boris Yeltsin staggering around with his fists clenched, bare-chested on a blood-spattered floor while Bill Clinton circles around him, trying to land a good, clean shot. With one eye swollen shut, Yeltsin knows that if he doesn't take this fight to the ground soon, Russia will need to concede to America's wishes to revise the 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile treaty. No congressional debates about the merits of ABM treaty, just a knock-down drag-out for-my-country brawl until one leader taps out. .
Real men don't dance.
But don't say that in front of the athletic group of six men that make up the Aussie dance group "Tap Dogs," performing at the University of Arizona's Centennial Hall for three shows on October 22-23.
"We hope that this will also break through and encourage more companies to do something like this. We have nothing to hide."
-Sharon Cohen, executive vice president for Reebok human rights. Cohen was speaking about Reebokās decision to disclose poor working conditions at some of its overseas factories.