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Evening Falls

This paper reports the effect of acclimatization on the evening fall in core temperature under the influence of two different types of clothing. Two groups of subjects dressed in either knee-length skirts or full trousers during the daytime for the three months from April to June. To compare the circadian rhythm of core temperature, the experiments were carried out before and after the three month program of acclimatization. It was found that the subjects who had worn knee-length skirts showed lower rectal temperatures during the nighttime and a bigger amplitude of circadian rhythm in July than in March.

No. 18 Texas A&M 82-Rice 76 (PDF Box Score)COLLEGE STATION, Texas - The Rice Owls women's basketball team came up just short in an upset bid at No. 18 Texas A&M Wednesday evening, falling 82-76 at Reed Arena.Rice (5-2) led for half of the final quarter and pulled to within 70-69 with 3:36 remaining in the contest before the Aggies (6-1) outscored the Owls 12-7 the rest of the way."I'm really proud of our team," Rice head coach Tina Langley said. "We grew a lot from our last game and I'm proud of our fight and the way we executed most of the night."Rice had four players score in double-figures, led by Erica Ogwumike's game-high 26 points. The reigning Conference USA Player of the Week surpassed the 20-point plateau for a third straight game by making 11-of-13 shots from the field, including 3-of-5 from three-point territory. Ogwumike scored 12 of the Owls 21 fourth quarter points.Nicole Iademarco added an additional 18 points and made 4-of-6 from beyond the arc while Olivia Ogwumike scored 14 points and also made 4-of-6 attempts from deep. Senior Wendy Knight contributed two made three-pointers as part of her 10 points and dished out a career-best eight assists. Junior Lauren Grigsby provided a boost off the bench with eight points (two made three-pointers) and a team-high three steals in 26 minutes.The Owls set a single-game school record with 15 made three-pointers, besting the previous best mark of 12 set versus Iona (2000) and Tulane (2011). Rice also established a new Reed Arena record for three-pointers made by a single team, shattering the old mark of 11."We have such an unselfish team," Langley said. "Tonight we did a good job sharing the basketball and making the right decisions and reads."Rice matched the Aggies with a 55 percent clip shooting from the field and recorded 21 team assists on their 27 made field goals."They run their offense as well as anyone that we have faced this year," Texas A&M head coach Gary Blair said. "That was just a good job and Tina (Langley) does a great job with them."The Owls outscored A&M 25-17 in the opening quarter thanks to sizzling shooting, making 10-of-16 (63 percent) shots from the field and 5-of-9 from three-point territory. Erica Ogwumike paced the Owls with nine points in the period and Iademarco added an additional eight points.The Aggies used a 10-1 run in the final 3:41 of the second quarter to take a 36-33 lead over the Owls going to the break.Rice proceeded to outscore A&M 22-19 in the third quarter behind six made three-pointers, three of which came from Olivia Ogwumike, including two made long balls in the final 1:31 to help the Owls tie the game 55-55 going to the fourth.The Owls opened the final period with a 7-0 run that forced A&M to burn a timeout with Rice leading 62-57. The Aggies responded to take the lead and although an Erica Ogwumike three-pointer brought the Owls to within 70-69, A&M used a mini 6-0 run to gain separation and prevail to victory.Rice will now have nine days off before playing in their next game on Dec. 9 versus Incarnate Word (2 p.m.).

The Golden Eagles will conclude their non-conference schedule with a trip to Oxford, Ohio Thursday evening. Tech will face off against Miami (Ohio) in a 6 p.m. CT tilt before returning to Cookeville to kick off Ohio Valley Conference play on Jan. 5 against in-state rival Austin Peay.

BERKELEY, Calif. -- The second-seeded UCLA Bruins dropped a heartbreaker on Saturday evening, falling to third-seeded California, 9-8, in overtime in the semifinals of the 2016 NCAA Championship at Spieker Aquatics Complex. The Bruins ended the season with a 25-3 overall record, setting the UCLA and NCAA all-time winning streak during the regular season at 57 games.Senior Ryder Roberts led the Bruins with a game-high-tying two goals. Senior goalkeeper Garrett Danner played the entire game in the cage and registered 11 saves. Lazar Andric played the entire contest in goal for California, recording 16 saves.Junior Jack Grover opened the scoring in the first with a power play goal (6:14). Vassilis Tzavaras got the equalizer on a 6-on-5 opportunity at the 4:45 mark. Both teams were 1-for-3 on power plays in the opening quarter to finish the period in a 1-1 draw.Odysseas Masmanidis broke the tie with a goal at set (5:25) to give Cal a 2-1 advantage. That would be the only score of the second period as the Golden Bears went into halftime with a 2-1 lead. Andric had 10 saves by halftime for Cal, Danner had eight for the Bruins.Safak Simsek gave Cal a 3-1 lead with a power play goal at the 6:02 mark of the third period. Senior Gordon Marshall trimmed the lead to 3-2 with a power play strike (5:34). But the Golden Bears pushed it to 4-2 with another power play goal from Simsek (4:41), his second of the game. Senior Ryder Roberts cut the lead to 4-3 with a power play goal (3:53). Senior Patrick Fellner tied the game at 4-4 with a bar-in goal from distance (1:46). Luca Cupido put Cal back in front with a near-side skipper (0:47) and Farrel South added a power play goal (0:05) as the Golden Bears took a 6-4 lead into the fourth.Johnny Hooper opened the scoring in the fourth with a power play goal at the 6:43 mark to push the lead to 7-4. But the Bruins mounted a huge comeback to retake the lead. Roberts had an immediate answer with a goal from the front court (6:34) to cut the lead to 7-5. Then junior Alex Roelse cut the lead to 7-6 with an incredible cross-cage skipper (5:46). Sophomore Warren Snyder would later tie the game at 7-7 with a power play goal at set off a perfect feed from Roberts. Senior Chancellor Ramirez made it four straight goals with a cross-cage shot to give the Bruins an 8-7 lead (3:57). But Conor Neumann snuck a shot past Danner from the front court to tie it at 8-8 (3:34). Both teams had opportunities down the stretch but were denied as the game was sent into overtime for the second straight game involving the two teams.The first overtime was scoreless. But in the second overtime, Neumann scored his second of the game on a power play with 0:55 to go to give Cal a 9-8 lead. UCLA called its final timeout. The Bruins had two possessions in the final minute but failed to convert as the Golden Bears advanced to face No. 1 USC in the NCAA title game. It marked the first win by Cal over UCLA since 2012, as the Bruins won 10 straight over the Golden Bears during that span.No. 2 UCLA at No. 3 California (NCAA Semifinal Game)

One Sunday afternoon in Southern California, Bert Cousins shows up at Franny Keating's christening party uninvited. Before evening falls, he has kissed Franny's mother, Beverly -- thus setting in motion the dissolution of their marriages and the joining of two families. 041b061a72

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