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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 1053

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 1, 1998
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1998 The Palm Beach Post n SECTION D IH SIDE HEALTH NEWS Hurt yourself playing sports or exercising? Here's what you might be doing wrong. PAGE 7D North Palm Beach County Living 1 A EN r, 1 1 " " "' .i';rJ "-WC Hm& .- i.'W: nT NT v Jamie Eisner, 15 Palm Beach Gardens Class: Sophomore Mascot: Gators Homecoming: Nov. 13 against Jupiter Coach says: 'She's all- around: jumps, tumbling, stunts, motions. And she never looks like she's in pain when she cheers, like some girls. She's a natural.' if 4- ' ice:" A Lora Scagliola, 17 Santaluces Class: Senior, captain Mascot: Chiefs Homecoming: Nov. 6 against Atlantic Coach says: 'I knew immediately from her demeanor last year that she'd be captain. She knows how to relay instructions, and her teammates love her.' ft, , s v to ;r ;vc" .o v . V" v Av i. -vV TV ' Ashley Thames, 15 Forest Hill High School Class: Sophomore Mascot: Falcons Homecoming: Oct. 23 (Fort Pierce Westwood 10, Forest Hill 7) Coach says: 'Ashley is by far one of the best cheerleaders to come out of Forest Hill. She has excellent jumps and outstanding school spirit.' CV' .- 5 JST PAGE 8D This isn't your mother's cheerleading: How things have changed 10 WAYS TO MAKE THE TEAM ,0':c f .V S 1, ' Cara Catalfumo, 16 The Benjamin School .. Class: Junior, captain Mascot: Buccaneers . Homecoming: Nov. 6 against The Kings Academy Coach says: 'She hits everything 100 percent, has a great voice, is working very hard on her tumbling skills and, best of all, loves what she does.' . :7 AngieLowe, 17 Martin County Class: Senior Mascot: Tigers Homecoming: Oct. 9 (Vero Beach 38, Martin County 0) Coach says: 'If I have to pick just one, it's Angie. I'm so pleased with her love and dedication for the girls pnd the school. She has a great attitude.' Staff Photos by STEPHANIE WELSH ', Ron Wiggins Maryollen McClung and Sophia are a happy mother and adopted (laughter today. But you'd never guess what they overcame to become a family. Page 7D Can't understand your mate? It's time to align your planets You know you've heard of it the whole MarsVenus intergalactic-gender-warfare-why-can't-we-all-just-get-along deal. Well, it was created by romance swami John Gray, whose first book Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus in 1992 gave rise to five spinoffs (Mars and Venus Starting Over; In Love; Together Forever; On a Date; and In the Bedroom). Nowadays, he has vid- 'DearJohn: I'm a loser and hate my life...' Page 3D John Gray's column starts today, and will run Sundays and Wednesdays in Accent. MEN ARE FROM MARS, ; YVomenAre': frcmcmis: JOHNGRttM eos, seminars, CD-ROMs, counseling centers, audio tapes and a steady gig on Oprah. Who'd have guessed this guy is a former Hindu monk who practiced celibacy for nine years? Not to worry. He's been married to his second wife, Bonnie, since 1985. (Three kids.) The bottom line of Gray's philosophy is simple: The sexes are different. Women: If a man needs time alone in his "cave," back off. Men: If a woman needs you to listen, really listen, then shut up and lend an ear already. While Gray, 46, is beloved by millions, others are less swooned. A Web site tagged "Rebuttal from Uranus" rips his ideas as "sexist, patronizing, male-centered invective which does little more than perpetuate long-held negative gender stereotypes." Perhaps. But his empire continues to grow. Today, in fact, he launches a syndicated column. "I'm a man on a mission," Gray has said. "I help men and women understand each other." You can't blame a guy for trying. LORETTA GRANTHAM r ..... v . w . i 'O- f r

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