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Cable failure causes power outage

first_imgLate Sunday night, a cluster of buildings concentrated on the south side of South Quad, including four dorms, lost power for around four hours, according to University spokesman Dennis Brown. Students confirmed Carroll Hall also lost power.“At approximately 10:20 p.m. Sunday, a failed piece of cable led to a power outage in 11 buildings: St. Joseph Hall, Columba Hall, Holy Cross Annex, [the] Rockne [Memorial], Lyons, West Lake Hall, Fisher, Pangborn, Dillon, Alumni and a small portion of Fitzpatrick Engineering,” Brown said. “The failed section of cable was isolated and service restored to the first three facilities by approximately 2 a.m. and the balance of facilities by approximately 2:20 a.m.Brown said there was “no relation” between this power outage and other minor outages this semester or the nearly campus-wide blackout Feb. 27.“Permanent repairs are forthcoming,” he said. “… Once repairs are made, there likely will be a very short, scheduled outage at some point in the future to restore the system to its normal configuration. The timing for that will be communicated to building managers, rectors and others.”Tags: power outagelast_img read more

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NYC, Right Ahead! Revival of Maury Yeston & Peter Stone’s Titanic Musical Will Sail to Broadway This Fall

first_imgThe cast of the London production of ‘Titanic’ Titanic, Maury Yeston and Peter Stone’s Tony-winning musical about the “unsinkable” ship’s ill-fated maiden voyage and encounter with an iceberg in the Atlantic, is expected to return to Broadway this fall in a brand new revival. Directed by Thom Southerland, who directed an acclaimed version in London last year, the musical will have its Canadian premiere at the Royal Alexandra Theatre in Toronto from July 22 through August 31 before docking at a Main Stem theater. The rest of the creative team, casting and dates will be announced later.With a score by Yeston and a book by Stone, Titanic details the lives of a cross-section of the 2,200 people on the voyage in 1912, more than 1,500 of whom met their deaths when the ship crashed into an iceberg. The original musical focused on the vessel’s passengers in first-class, second-class and steerage with a rousing score that included the tunes “Godspeed Titanic,” “The Largest Floating Object in the World” and “I Must Get On that Ship.”Titanic opened on April 23, 1997 at Broadway’s Lunt-Fontanne Theatre and ran for 804 performances and 27 previews, closing on March 21, 1999. Directed by Richard Jones, the show received five Tony nominations, winning in all five categories, including Best Musical, Book of a Musical, Orchestrations, Original Score and Scenic Design. The original cast, led by Michael Cerveris, Brian d’Arcy James, Victoria Clark, and David Garrison, will reunite for an unrelated concert in February at Avery Fisher Hall. View Commentslast_img read more

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Carl Hauser, 75 of Greensburg

first_imgCarl Hauser was born June 23, 1942 in Oxford, OH, to Wilber and Effie (nee Huff) Hauser and entered into Heaven on Thursday, October 5, 2017. Around the age of 4, his family moved to a dairy farm outside Aurora, Indiana. Carl had fond memories of the “farm” especially playing basketball in the barn with many of the area school kids. Carl had four brothers, Wilbur (Jr.), Thomas (Tommy), Robert, and Fred Hauser and one sister, Elizabeth (Betty) Hauser.In 1961, Carl graduated from Moores Hill High School and immediately enlisted in the U.S. Army. Carl completed his basic training at Fort Hood, Texas and later completed Military Police training in Georgia. Carl loved his Military K9, Kaiser.In 1966, Carl married Mary Katherine (nee Palmer) Hauser at St. Lawrence Catholic Church in Lawrenceburg, IN. Carl and Mary moved to Greensburg, which they would call home for the next 51 years. Carl and Mary have three children, Carl Lee, Kathy, and Brian.In 1965, Carl started his career at Cummins Engine Company working on the shop floor. Carl eventually became a Union Representative and later moved in to Management. Anyone who knew Carl, knew he lived and breathed Cummins and was very proud of his accomplishments and friendships made while working at Cummins. Carl was known as the parts man as he could recite the parts number for just about any engine part. Later in his career, he managed the refurbishing of two Indy 500 historical Cummins race cars, which are displayed today at the Indy 500 Museum. Carl retired from Cummins in April 1995.While his children were in school, Carl became involved with Boy Scout Troop 500, initially as the assistant troop leader and eventually becoming the troop leader. Carl mentored many young men through that program. During his leadership, Carl and the Scouts conducted numerous fund raising events, with the most notable being the infamous haunted house. Enough money was raised so the scouts could attend Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico.Carl was known for his humor and constant joking and loved spending time with his grandchildren. He was a fair, gentle man who saw the good in everyone he came in contact with. Carl was active in the Osgood American Legion, a former Commander, and was responsible for the display of numerous American flags at military funeral services. Carl is also a member of the Greensburg Eagles. Carl loved his two dogs, Buster and Lucky, and his cats, Baby and Park Kitty.Carl is survived by his wife, Mary, his children, Carl (Mindy) Hauser, Kathy (Steve) Woliung, and Brian (Wendy) Hauser, eight (8) grandchildren: Spencer Hauser, Luke Hauser, and Carley (Patrick Henry) Hauser, Michael McQueen, Brittany (Zach) O’Neal, Christopher Hauser, Kelsey Hauser, Zach Hauser, and two (2) great-grandchildren, Paige Hauser and Aubrey Henry, his sister, Betty Hauser, sister-in-laws Joan Hauser and Myrna Hauser, and many nieces and nephews. Carl was preceded in death by his parents, mother and father-in-law, Robert and Katherine Palmer, and four brothers, Jr., Tommy, Robert, and Fred, and one nephew, Bobby Hauser.A visitation for family and friends will be held at the Gilliland-Howe Funeral Home on Tuesday, October 10, 2017 from 4:00 to 8:00 pm. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 10:00 am. Pastor Tommy Beatley will be officiating. Burial will follow at the St. John’s Cemetery, Osgood, Indiana. Donations can be made to the St. Judes or Osgood American Legion. Online condolences can be made to the family at www.gilliland-howe.comlast_img read more

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