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Davts ~reres~mctions imposed. (From Page A-l) i over the sports program is vested solely in krsity administration, but Dr. Muse, an ial educator and administrator, knows just !much about the internal workings of the Dgram as Aubie. even less. idoes call Dr. Muse when major changes made. He calls to inform, I believe, after ~ions are made. Approval comes from !cry, from Lowder. gn receives harsh punishinent, be pre- place the blame where it belongs. Lowder ieven members of the board of trustees. iend of the last session of the Alabama Ve, a major proposal was before the law- p expand the Auburn board of trustees, to Lowder's control and to allow out-of-state ~to serve on the board. ~d down model of that legislation won i but not before it was agreed that Imwder he one of the new trustees. kted a Mobile lawyer whose law firm has ! more than $1 million in legal fees by var- ~ter-owned-or-controlled companies. Be has no power, absolutely none, to over- ~esrtS programs and demand that all the be honored. ke to know that Auburn University has re thar, $2 million to former coaches. Bimple. It is hush money. Almost as bad as don't tell. ~P your mouth shut and the checks keep E1 being paid for by the good people who ~nckets to our grand football games. how much you could provide the library demic programs if all that hush money yep. ~stees voted to shut down the journalism ets will nt ~ save $50,000 a year. Heck, Wayne all thisPurns former defensive coach, gets that in this~ear to not coach and to keep his mouth =i's contract spells it out--don t speak ill of pers pr~rsity of its board of trustees. I ask two men with a strong background in the law how they read the Bowden contract. I didn't suggest my understanding of it. The senior law expert, no friend o Bowden's, says there is no way that Bowden has violated the terms of the contract. The other legal eag!e agreed. He is not a full time tv man, he has not said bad things about the "trustees" but about a single trustee and he has said nothing bad about Auburn University. His daughter will enroll later this year. Bowden's brother-in-law, a coach at Clemson, s@s Bowden will tell "it all" if he is forced from his home. He was as quiet as a church mouse until Louder started the eviction proceedings. SItELBY AS VP? Talk is still making the rounds that Alabama's senior senator, Richard Shelby of Tuscaloosa, is on the short list to become George Bush's vice presi- dential running mate. Shelby's not talking, just grinning. There also are reports that Shelby, ff he does not get the VP nod, might end up with a very visible cabinet position if Bush beats Al Gore. Sen. Shelby had a fund raiser a couple of weeks in his 2hscaloosa home for Gev. Bush. My bride asked why we were not invited. I told her we were-at $25,000 per couple--for the private reception at Shelby's Tuscaloosa home. She was proud I declined. I mean, ain't no way we could eat $25,000 worth of finger foods. RILEY FOR GOVERNOR Talk that our congressman, Bob Riley of Ashland, may have his eye on a bid for governor of Alabama keeps making the rounds. It is known that Riley is growing weary of the regular commute and the daily grind in Washington. He might take the plunge to be back in Alabama. That would be a mixed blessing for this area. He has served our area well in the United States Congress. Paul Davis can be reached at 126 7~chenor Avenue, Auburn, AL 36830 or by e-mail at paul- dav~indspring.com T2ZI can bring a piece of Brazil to Tuskegee Christina. He said, "I know I was only her host father but I felt like I was her real father sometimes. Well never forget her, and I'll cherish her stay with us." For more than 19 years, Academic Year in America (AYA), a program sponsored by the American Institute For Foreign Study (AIFS) Foundation, a not- for-profit organization, has brought inteFnational students between the ages of 15 to 18 1/2 to the U.S. These bright young "ambassadors" of Brazil will arrive in August with full med- ical insurance, their own spend- ing money, solid academic records and English skills--as well as great hopes. In addition to the tremendously rewarding experience of helping tbe, jus_~ere in Brazil, there is a name ~ dreaming about .' absoluI That teenager dreams ersity--~ing his or her English, first ~tories of life in Brazil lskegee family won t see ,~ television or the inter- [gly bel~learning everything he AU sp0n about American cul- penalt~ most importantly, that a the si~ dreams of becoming en and ~ American family, your let the jging a Brazilian student ive-year~ home for five or 10 Lhe Uni you can experience ~den o~culture without ever W, but 1[ur home. You can also monthl~.._close tie to someon e Bowde~ely wants to experi- Alurn~ way of life. Eric Via, a ~)fLowd~er from Texas, recently ou~n exchange student, ,den ;ly situ~L~ rove pu~~" atlSw~r$ about paying bacf~ a student loan? Le sorry~labama S udet nt Loan Prog ram-KHEAA at (800) 928-5327 univers]__ both a~ u'ake It To The Max!" Pd. Pol, Adv. by Stanley Maxwell, 1003 EIhel De, Tuskegee Inst., AL 36088 Liberty National Life Ins. Co. Life Insurance Co. of Georgia Mutual Savings Life Ins. Co. National Standard Life Ins. Co. American General Life & Accident Atlanta Life Insurance Company Gulf Life Insurance Company ndependent Life & Accident Insurance Co. of America I for a free consultation: make someone's dream come true, you can earn up to $1,000 toward any number of travel abroad programs sponsored by AIFS. For more information on host- ing a Brazilian exchange stu- dent, please call Danielle Carpino at 800-322-4678, ext. 5164 or e-mail dcarpino@affs.com. You can also visit AYA on-line at www.academieyear.org. half price specials sale 999 ~, CRAFTSMAN 7-pc. wrench set, Save $10 Reg. 19.99, #47004/05 sale ~ 999 COMPANION 6-pc. plier set, Save $10 Reg. 1999 030041 e V~,,:,:, ........ CRAFTSMAN 18-in. metal hand box, Save $10 Includes metal tote tray. Enamel finish, steel tote. Re9. 19.99. #65409 sale 0 2.9 COMPANION 6-volt lantern, Save $3 Durable switch. Includes heavy-duty battery. 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