Chapter Twenty-One: 2003–2004 377
Collegiate Direc-
tors of Athletics
(NACDA) Director’s
Cup Standing. The
overall ranking of
thirty-two was ten
places higher than
in 2001–2002 and
one spot higher than
its previous highest
ranking of thirty-
three in 2000–2001.
Jim Grobe named the foyer of the Pruitt Football Center in honor of Bill Fair-
cloth (’64), Assistant Athletic Director for Football. A new Deacon Shop opened in
Hanes Mall in Winston-Salem as a partnership between University Stores and the
Athletics Department. Buz Moser, Director of University Stores, played a major role
in setting it up. Sports commentator Dick Vitale signed copies of his book, Dick
Vitale’s Living a Dream, at the College Book Store on February 18. The bookstore
sponsored a Wake Forest spirit contest in connection with the signing, awarding
three prizes to the most spirited students.
The Arts
The University Theatre staged pro-
ductions of Tony Kushner’s Angels in
America, Ann-Marie MacDonald’s
Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morn-
ing, Juliet), Murray Ross’s Monkey
Business, and James Lapine and Ste-
phen Sondheim’s Into the Woods.Afire
destroyed the set for Into the Woods on
April 3, and the play was moved from
the MainStage Theatre to Brendle
Recital Hall. Student-directed plays
were part of the Fall Studio Series in
the Ring Theatre: Fifty Years Ago by
Murray Schisgal, Betrayed by Every-
one by Kenneth Lonergan, and Tinkle
Time by Dana Coen. On November
19, the Student Union sponsored
a lecture by Beth McCarthy Miller,
award-winning director of Saturday
Night Live, in the Benson University
Center.
The Student Union also spon-
sored a performance by the Roots,
Bill Haas
Angels in America
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