April 24, 2000

Volume 96, Issue 59

Stories from the April 24, 2000 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Referees

J. Dallas Shirley (’35) J. Dallas Shirley joins Red Auerbach as the only Colonials inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame. Shirley played three years of basketball at GW, but it was as a referee that he made his biggest mark on the game. He worked everything from the inaugural season of the NBA to […]

GW’s Greatest Coaches, honorable mention, and Athletic Directors

Other Great Coaches and Athletic Directors Tom Penders, Bob Tallent (men’s basketball); Georges Edeline, George Lidster (men’s soccer); Pat Sullivan, Susie Homan (volleyball); Jim Pixlee (basketball, football, athletic director); Margie Foster-Cunningham (gymnastics); Carl Cox (swimming); Bill Shreve (tennis); Paul Wilkins (crew); Callie Flipse (men’s water polo); and John Castleberry (baseball). Athletic Directors Bob Faris (’39)- […]

Earth Day 2000 Rally draws eclectic crowd

Families, students, pets and environmental activists descended upon the National Mall Saturday to participate in the Earth Day 2000 Rally. People picnicked as music groups grooved amid a flurry of fliers and pamphlets – on recycled paper – that circulated around the crowd. Earth Day participants listened to musical acts that included Clint Black, James […]

Agent

David Falk (’75) David Falk graduated from GW Law School in 1975. Ever since, as a sports and entertainment attorney and chief executive of Falk Associates Management Enterprises, he perhaps has had more impact on the business of sports in the last 20 years than any other man. That is, after Michael Jordan, of course. […]

Sportscasters

Mike Patrick (’66) and Jay Randolph (’56) Mike Patrick is probably the best success story WRGW’s ever had. He used to call games in Foggy Bottom, but now he runs his own production company when he’s not calling games for ESPN (with Sunday Night Football being his primary gig). Randolph was inducted in 1978 to […]

University develops Napster policy

GW might join dozens of other schools that have cracked down on use of Napster, the largest online community for sharing and distributing MP3 music files, University officials said. While students risk a wide-range of penalties for pirating music off the Internet, the University aims to educate them about the laws before doling out punishments. […]

Baseball explodes on Explorers

Sometimes the best way to cure the frustrations of losing five of your last seven baseball games is to beat up on a weaker team. That’s exactly what the GW baseball team did this weekend as the Colonials swept a three-game set against La Salle at the Hank DeVincent Field in Philadelphia. Junior Dan Rouhier […]

GW crew-ses to second at A-10s

The GW women’s crew team turned in a solid second-place finish in Saturday’s Atlantic 10 Rowing Championships, led by a novice squad that brought home three gold trophies after winning all of its races. The Colonials entered the race ranked first in the A-10 but finished the nine-race event on the Cooper River in Collingswood, […]

GW students dance the hula with Hawaii club

GW students hula-danced for guests at a luau hosted by GW’s Hawaii Club Saturday night in the Marvin Center Ballroom. We wanted to bring the aloha spirit to GW because it’s hard for Hawaiians to make the transition to the mainland, said Aishah Valencia, president of the club. The luau, which organizers said they are […]

Golf finishes in the middle of the pack

Sport Brief Rain forced the cancellation of the first round of this weekend’s 24-team two-round Princeton Invitational in Princeton, N.J., and GW likely finished in the middle of the pack, according to head coach Scott Allen. The team, which left the invitational with six squads still playing, shot a 312 Saturday. Thomas Blankvoort shot a […]