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Fans steal show, player in ‘Celtic Pride’
By Brian Priesman
The 1996 NBA playoffs arc right
around the comer (Thank God!) and
to commemorate this joyous time of
year, Damon Wayans, Eton Aykroyd,
and Daniel Stem have teamed up to
show just what
when fans’ de
votion gets out
Pride” tells the
story of Mike
fans who are as tense as fans can get.
In other words, they’re eagerly await
ing their beloved team’s entrance into
Game 7 of the NBA finals against an
awesome Utah Jazz team.
After the Celtics’ crushing loss in
Game 6, Flaherty and O’Hara sojourn
to a local bar where the Jazz’s star
player, Lewis Scott (Wayans), is cel
Originally, the two just plan to get
Scott so drunk that he can’t play the
next day, but fate has other ideas.
The next morning, they wake up in
Flaherty’s apartment to find Scott tied
Film: “Celtic Pride”
Director: Tom De Cerchio
Stars: Damon Wayans, Daniel
Stem, Dan Aykroyd
Rating: PG-13 (language)
Five Words: Basketball was
never this fun
up. They assume that, in their drunken
states, they kidnapped him to save
their favorite team.
And from there, the hijinks start
rolling as Flaherty and O’Hara learn
that Scott is as keen a competitor in
kidnapping as he is in basketball.
Aykroyd and Stem are hysterical
together as the bumbling pair of fans.
They create a unique chemistry that
showcases both of their wonderful
And Wayans, who started as a co
median and sketch-comedy performer,
is wonderful as the well-endorsed Jazz
Granted, the plot is pretty predict
able and many of the jokes indulge in
cheap shots, but “Celtic Pride” is a
wacky, fun comedy and Wayans looks
as if he really should play in the NBA.
Heck, maybe the real-life Celtics
could use a new power forward.
Photo courtesy of Hollywood Pictures Company
Dan Aykroyd, Damon Wayans and Daniel Stern strike a pose
shortly after a drunken and soon-to-be regretted kidnapping in
the new comedy “Celtic Pride.”
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INTRAMURAL HOME RUN
The Home Run Hittig Contest will be held Wednesday,
April 24. This event nas Men's and Women's divisions.
Tnere is no advanced entry required. For more informa
tion, call 472-3467.
There will be a reading/reception in the English Dept.
Lounge, second floor Andrews Hall on Wed. 4/24/96 at
3:30 pm. Refreshments will be served. For additional info,
3-on-3 Basketball Tournament
Alpha Xi Delta sorority and Theta Xi fraternity will be
hosting the second annual NU Jams on Saturday, April
27th at the Abel courts located at UNL If you have any
questions, please, contact Matt Honke at 436-6070.
Agricultural Economics. Agribusiness spring picnic
Tuesday, April 23,6pm at Peter Pan Park.
DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP
Meeting Wednesday, April 24,5:30 pm. We will meet for
dinner at Lazio's in Haymarket for our last meeting of the
semester. For students with diabetes. Spouses and
friends are welcome I For more information call 472-7477.
The Publications Board will meet at 3:30 p.m., Tuesday,
in the Nebraska Union to discuss Daily Nebraskan poli
cies. All are invited to attend.
Meeting, Tuesday April 23, City Union. Space allocations
for 96-97 to be voted on.
Congratulations to Kristin Jenkins and Sara Broyhill for
receiving internships at the Nebraska Athletic Depart
ment. We are so proud of you both!
Love, your sisters
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Congratulations to Tracy Jensen for making the
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A great big Thank you to our hashers and to Joyce, the «
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The Women ofTri Delta
Congratulations to our newest Actives: Becca Card, Heidi
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Love, your sisters
Congratulations to Monica Miller on your engagement to
Way to go Kelly Daley on your acceptance into University
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