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SENTINEL TRIBUNE EDUC00 C['ION Wednesday, January 16, 2013 Page7 Plum Creek Wrestling schedule Jan. 19 at Tracy 11:00 a.m.- Minneota vs. Marshall; Fulda/MCC vs. DB/LQPV; TMB/WWG (Bye) 12:30 p.m. - DB/LQPV vs. Minneota; Marshall vs. TMB/WWG; Fulda/MCC (Bye) 2:00 p.m. - DB/LQPV vs. TMB/WWG; Minneota vs. Fulda/MCC; Marshall (Bye) 3:30 p.m. - Fulda/MCC vs. TMB/WWG; DB/ LQPV vs. Marshall; Minneota (Bye) 5:00 p.m.- Marshall vs. Fulda/MCC; TMB/WWG vs. Minneota; DB/LQPV (Bye) Minneota (MIN) 57.0 TMB (TMB)3.0 By Karl Campbell, coach 152: Grant Abraham, MIN, dec. Anthony Koch, 106: Eric Hauswedell, TMB, 4-3. MIN, pinned Daulton 160: Austin Peterson, Carlson, TMB, 2:28. TMB, dec. JustinVankeulen, 113: Brock Buysse, MIN, MIN, 7-0. forT. 170: Nathen Bueltel, 120: Landyn MIN, dec. Tanner Vanoverbeke, MIN, dec. Michelson, TMB, 11-4. Logan Axford, TMB, 6-4. 182: double forfeit. 126: Leo Buysse, M1N, 195: Trent Esping, M1N, dec. Caleb Christian, TMB, pinned Brandon Balsavage, 4-1. TMB, 1:39. 132: Alec Buetel, MIN, 220: Jameson Healing, forT. MIN, dec. Joke Peterson, 138: Alex Pohlen, MIN, TMB, 7-3. forT. 285: Doug Vankeulen, 145: Cole Hennen, MIN, MIN, forT. pinned Sterling Schwartz, TMB, 3:51. Weekly Science Quiz by Douglas Clark A Fallacy, Naturally If I could reverse one trend in the year ahead, it would be .:,the.use of-the, war&"-namral" in advertising. Our legal sys- tem spent too many resources in 2012 wrestling with whether products like Sobe lifewater or Dreyer's ice cream could legally claim to be "all natural" (the lifewater suite was dismissed, the Dreyer's suit was allowed to continue). Even if we could agree on what is natural, all-natural, unnatural or not-in-the-least- bit-natural, nothing can be ascertained from such infor- mation. British philosopher Julian Baggini says "There is no factual reason to suppose that what is natural is good (or at least better) and what is unnatural is bad (or at least worse)." The idea that chemicals are artificial and necessarily bad is absurd. Everything includ- ing our own bodies are made of the same basic building blocks. Living things, both plant and animal, require the same -30 elements to live and be healthy. We would be much better served by read- ing the calorie and fat content of that ice cream instead of trying to figure out if the chocolate is natural. Most biologists denounce an appeal to nature (also known as a naturalistic falla- cy) because they want to describe the natural world honestly, without extracting morals about how we ought to behave. Canadian psychol- ogist Steven Pinker explains "If birds and beasts engage in adultery, infanticide, canni- balism, it must be OK. The moralistic fallacy is that what is good is found in nature. It lies behind the bad science in nature-documentary voiceovers: lions are mercy- killers of the weak and sick, mice feel no pain when cats eat them, dung beetles recy- cle dung to benefit the eco- system and so on. It also lies behind the romantic belief that humans cannot harbor desires to kill, rape, lie, or steal because: that would ,be too depressing or reaction- ary." I could not agree more. Maybe I'm just more sensi- tive to crass marketing than most--I don't know. It could be because I work in the industry, so bad marketing hits a nerve with me. Or maybe it just bothers me that these sort of tactics work so well--a sign of a generally uneducated public, at least as far as science is concerned. I borrow from the Irish come- dian Dara O Briain: "Science knows it doesn't know every- thing; otherwise, it'd stop. But just because science doesn't know everything doesn't mean you can fill in the gaps with whatever fairy tale most appeals to you." Don't even get me started on what marketers have done with the word "organic". 1) True or false: Toxic ole- ander honey is a good exam- ple of why an appeal to nature is fallacious. 2) True or false: A cigarette ad with the Marlboro man is an appeal to nature. 3) True or false: Saying that it's better to eat natural foods and exercise than eat doughnuts and watch TV is an appeal to nature. 4) Which of the following use an appeal to nature? a) health food store b) grocery store c) both d) neither 5) True or false: A cigarette ad using the phrase "all-natu- ral tobacco" but also explic- itly stating the dangers of smoking is not an appeal to nature. Answers on page 2 Copyright (C) 2013 Weekly Science Quiz All rights reserved. Subscribe to the Sentinel Tribune SCHOOL MENU January 21-25, 2013 Monday: No School Tuesday: Chicken nuggets, hash brown patty, fresh broc- coli, fresh carrots, fresh fruit, sliced pears, wheat bread, milk Wednesday: Hamburger/ bun, dark green leaf lettuce/ tomato, sweet potato fries, fruit cocktail, sliced apples, milk Thnrsday: Chili, grilled cheese sandwich/wheat bread, baby carrots, cucumbers/ Ranch dressing, fresh fruit, applesauce, milk Friday: Turkey dell wrap, french fries, romaine lettuce, tomatoes, sliced peaches, fresh fruit, wheat bread, milk WWG Elementary Honor Roll A Honor Roll Grade 5: Camryn Bunting, Madison Dennistoun, Samuel Helmer, Katherine Jorgenson, Jace Paplow, Nathan Ross Grade 6: Daniel DeSmith, Brittany Erickson, MaKayla Ewy, Parker Freeburg, Lily Her, Talitha Horkey, Jacob Kleven, Anna Larson, Ben Olson, Emily Onken, Andrew Quade, Skyler Swenhaugen, Gracie Wahl, Grace Woelber, Linda Xiong, Levi Yang B Honor Roll Grade 5: Benjamin Anderson, Xiong Lee, Marshall Soleta, Halle Steen, Allison VandeKiefl, Kora Wahl Grade 6: Joel Byers, Jerome Davis, Spencer Lien, Emanuel Lorenzo, Ethan Parker, Rachel Villegas, Mengmao Yang COLLEGE NEWS Quade to NDSU dean's list Austin L. Quade, Westbrook was among the 3,101 North Dakota State University students to be placed on the fall 2012 dean's list. A student must earn a 3.50 grade point average or higher and be enrolled in at least 12 class credits to qualify. SDSU students named to Dean's list The following area stu- dents have been named to the dean's list for academic excel- lence during the Fall 2012 semester at South Dakota State University. To earn dean's list distinctions in SDSU's eight colleges, stu- dents must have completed a minimum of 12 credits and must have earned at least a 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. Students with an asterisk received a perfect 4.0 grade point average. Milroy: *Theresa Swedzinski, Taylor Welu, *Tylee Norman, *Brady Welu, *Kayla Lanoue Lucan: Brittany Schichtl, Alisha Norcutt Westhrook: *Kyle Baumann, *Kelsey Helgeson, Kassandra Jarmer Walnut Grove: *Eric Carter One Act Play cast One Act Play Cast -- "1 Don't Mind if You're Ugly" by Bobby Keniston. From left to right Tessa Busswitz, Tommy Knudson, Jimmy Woelber, Jeshua Thao, Seng Xiong, Cindy Lohre, Callie Anderson, Tom Yang and Bag Yang. Not pictured are Bee Xiong, Fa Vue and Affiny Her. The play will be performed for the public on Tuesday January 22, at 7:00 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Submitted photo. I] 00Squad girls fall short against Fulda By Coach Adam Kletscher WWG 35 Fulda 38 Last Friday night the Chargers played host to the Fulda Raiders, in a barn burner. The Chargers came out of the gate firing on all cylinders, taking an early lead on the Raiders. The Chargers kept up tlte exciting play, taking a 19 - 9 halflime lead. The Fulda Raiders, however, weren't finished yet. The Raiders slowly chipped back at the Charger lead, tying the ball game with 1:30 left on the clock. The Chargers came up empty handed on their next possession, allowing Fulda to come down and execute a play to take a 37-35 lead. The Chargers had one last chance, but the tough Raider defense forced a turnover that led to a WWG foul. The Raiders made one free- throw to extend their lead. With only two seconds remaining time ran out before the Chargers could mount one last come back. Mariah Olson led the Chargers in scoring with 12 points and 3 rebounds. Emma Woelber 11 points, 1 steal. Juliana Pederson 6 points, 4 steals, 4 assists. Mady Johnson 4 points, 8 rebounds, 3 steals, 1 assist. Avoree Bakken 2 points, 1 rebound. WWG 22 HBC 42 Earlier in the week the Chargers headed to Hills to take on the HBC Patriots. The girls had their hands full against a much taller Patriot squad. The Chargers had a difficult time getting their offense flowing and were down 23 - 9 at halflime. The girls moved the ball better offensively in the second half, but still couldn't stop the Patriot attack. The Chargers fell 42-22. McKenzie Deprez led the Chargers with 8 points, 3 rebounds and 2 steals. Emma Woelber 6 points, 1 assist. 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