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Cypress Bay-Katy kickoff time changed

The devastation from Hurricane Ike's landfall throughout Houston and much of Southeast Texas avoided for the most part the suburb of Katy (1-2), where Cypress Bay (3-0) is headed next week.

There are six high schools located in Katy and Cypress Bay's game on Saturday, Oct. 4 is with one of the nation's most storied football programs, Katy High School.

"We needed to get back to as normal a schedule as we could," said coach Gary Joseph. "The kids got a win last week, which meant so much to them and to this community after the hurricane."

Katy High School and the other five high schools in Katy were close since the hurricane came ashore near Galveston, Katy's game with Flower Mound Marcus this weekend will still be played at a neutral site in Waco as originally planned. Katy High School received minimal damage, and the host of the Battle At Rhodes, Rhodes Stadium, had no structural damage.

Earlier this week, ESPNU moved the kickoff of the Battle At Rhodes from 6 PM to 2:30 PM (3:30 in South Florida) on Saturday, Oct. 4.

The Herald will be there bringing back all the action with blogs and stories.

LARRY BLUSTEIN
lblustein@miamiherald.com

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Julius Caesar Act V Jose Bandin
10/10/08 Per 3


1. -Due to the fact that Brutus killed himself, it makes me think of him as a coward. Not only did he stab Caesar to death but he is not man enough to pay for his crime. Although Antonym pays respect to him he could have still died by the hands of his enemies.
-Both Cassius and Brutus killed themselves for they did not want to die at the hands of their enemies.
-He saw the ghost of Caesar the night before the battle.
-Antony calls Brutus the Noblest Roman of them all, and sates thee Brutus did not kill Caesar because he was jealous he did it from fear that the republic might fall.

3. Conspirators were defeated for the overestimated Antony’s speech at Caesar’s funeral. Thinking that he is going to support their ideas they let Antony speak to the crowd and in one of histories most notable speeches Antony persuades the whole city of Rome into turning against the conspirators. The traitors in fear of the angry mob fled the city and tried to raise an army. Their men had low morale and were greatly outnumbered by Octavian’s and Antony’s forces. The battle did not go on for long for it was over quickly and Brutus and Cassius laid lifeless in the ground at Philippi.

5. In the tragedy of Julius Caesar the character of Cassius caused more harm to Rome than any of the characters. He swayed Brutus into signing his death contract by slaying Caesar in the capitol. If Cassius avoided starting a conspiration against Julius Caesar, the city-state would not have fallen into chaos. Cassius’ greed and huger of power made him take down not only Caesar, but also all of Rome with him.

7.Shakespeare’s strength is clearly the characterization for you get to know what character has evil in his mind and what character believes that he is doing right when he clearly is doing wrong. Take Cassius and Brutus for an example. Right off the bat you know that Cassuis is up to no good as he tries to sway Brutus into plotting against Caesar. Shakespeare shows another strong characterization as he gives Antony a speech that manages to sway all of Rome into chasing the conspirators. Shakespeare accomplishes this not by directly saying that the conspirators are wrong doers but by slowly changing the mind of the people, by supporting his statements, and by not mentioning his intentions to the public. By not mentioning his intentions to the public he manages to wipe his hands clean of any act of violence that the mob ends up causing. Summarizing the aforementioned points, you can tell that the strength of Shakespeare’s way of writing is his characterization and ability to create a psyche and a persona for every character.

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