Fans needed

To the editor:

OK, the crowd last night at the men's basketball game was decent. The 5,000 or so fans who were there really got into it.

I am a freshman, and I would love to see a game in Hofheinz Pavilion with an attendance of 10,000 or so.

I feel part of the problem is that Houston has not done well in the past couple of years. But right now the Cougars are winning. Another problem is many students do not know anything about when the games will be played. I saw a lot of information on last night's performance, but I did not see any mention of when our next game is, or when the next home game is.

I know we play Texas A&M next Wednesday, and I do not want to go to a home game with more A&M fans than Houston fans!

I also wonder why the alumni organization does not spend more time publicizing basketball. Some of our alumni are the hottest NBA players of the day, plus they play for the Houston Rockets (NBA two-time champions)!

I feel that with a little more effort, there will be the needed fan

support. If each organization on campus, especially the Greeks, showed up at the games, we would be much better off. Maybe if tickets were sold between now and the next home game in strategic places like the Satellite

and the UC, more tickets would be sold. Little things like this might make Hofheinz Pavilion the exciting place it once was!

I do have to say, though, despite that Hofheinz was only 45 percent or 50 percent full last night, the fans who did show up made it an excellent time!

Steve Archambault

Freshman/biology

Republicans

To the editor:

In the current political arena, the main ideology or viewpoint of my party has been distorted or lost. In this letter there will be no name calling or blaming, but rather a positive insight into the mind of a conservative.

The College Republicans at the University of Houston are growing stronger each passing day under the leadership of Edbar Zaman, David Baker and Dane Kerne.

Last week, I had the honor of attending a patriotic lunch with some of the most prominent and optimistic members of our American society. The luncheon began with the recital of the Pledge of Allegiance, which is currently banned from our schools. I still remembered the words to this great American tradition, but more importantly, I remembered the sense of pride and optimism that I was instilled with as a child.

When I grew up, I was always reminded that it took many sacrifices to build this great country and that it was my duty and honor to preserve the American Dream, as well as to enjoy it.

The College Republicans at the University of Houston will be giving a presentation titled "Why join the college Republicans," Jan. 22 at noon, place to be announced.

Our first official meeting this semester will be Jan. 29. (The exact room number will be also announced soon.)

The main reason to join the College Republicans at UH is twofold. First, it will give you a chance to get involved in local politics, and you can help your community by tutoring GED students on campus for free. More importantly, you can participate in a diverse race relations panel, which will be established this semester in conjunction with Brad Castelo and the Golden Key National Honor Society to address racial problems at UH.

Second, the College Republicans will give you an avenue to get directly involved with politics at the national level. As the vice president of the College Republicans at UH, I invite each and every student at UH to come join us and get involved in your future.

David O. Baker

Vice president, College Republicans, senior/ Russian

studies

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Fans needed

To the editor:

OK, the crowd last night at the men's basketball game was decent. The 5,000 or so fans who were there really got into it.

I am a freshman, and I would love to see a game in Hofheinz Pavilion with an attendance of 10,000 or so.

I feel part of the problem is that Houston has not done well in the past couple of years. But right now the Cougars are winning. Another problem is many students do not know anything about when the games will be played. I saw a lot of information on last night's performance, but I did not see any mention of when our next game is, or when the next home game is.

I know we play Texas A&M next Wednesday, and I do not want to go to a home game with more A&M fans than Houston fans!

I also wonder why the alumni organization does not spend more time publicizing basketball. Some of our alumni are the hottest NBA players of the day, plus they play for the Houston Rockets (NBA two-time champions)!

I feel that with a little more effort, there will be the needed fan

support. If each organization on campus, especially the Greeks, showed up at the games, we would be much better off. Maybe if tickets were sold between now and the next home game in strategic places like the Satellite

and the UC, more tickets would be sold. Little things like this might make Hofheinz Pavilion the exciting place it once was!

I do have to say, though, despite that Hofheinz was only 45 percent or 50 percent full last night, the fans who did show up made it an excellent time!

Steve Archambault

Freshman/biology

Republicans

To the editor:

In the current political arena, the main ideology or viewpoint of my party has been distorted or lost. In this letter there will be no name calling or blaming, but rather a positive insight into the mind of a conservative.

The College Republicans at the University of Houston are growing stronger each passing day under the leadership of Edbar Zaman, David Baker and Dane Kerne.

Last week, I had the honor of attending a patriotic lunch with some of the most prominent and optimistic members of our American society. The luncheon began with the recital of the Pledge of Allegiance, which is currently banned from our schools. I still remembered the words to this great American tradition, but more importantly, I remembered the sense of pride and optimism that I was instilled with as a child.

When I grew up, I was always reminded that it took many sacrifices to build this great country and that it was my duty and honor to preserve the American Dream, as well as to enjoy it.

The College Republicans at the University of Houston will be giving a presentation titled "Why join the college Republicans," Jan. 22 at noon, place to be announced.

Our first official meeting this semester will be Jan. 29. (The exact room number will be also announced soon.)

The main reason to join the College Republicans at UH is twofold. First, it will give you a chance to get involved in local politics, and you can help your community by tutoring GED students on campus for free. More importantly, you can participate in a diverse race relations panel, which will be established this semester in conjunction with Brad Castelo and the Golden Key National Honor Society to address racial problems at UH.

Second, the College Republicans will give you an avenue to get directly involved with politics at the national level. As the vice president of the College Republicans at UH, I invite each and every student at UH to come join us and get involved in your future.

David O. Baker

Vice president, College Republicans, senior/ Russian

studies

Visit The Daily Cougar
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Fans needed

To the editor:

OK, the crowd last night at the men's basketball game was decent. The 5,000 or so fans who were there really got into it.

I am a freshman, and I would love to see a game in Hofheinz Pavilion with an attendance of 10,000 or so.

I feel part of the problem is that Houston has not done well in the past couple of years. But right now the Cougars are winning. Another problem is many students do not know anything about when the games will be played. I saw a lot of information on last night's performance, but I did not see any mention of when our next game is, or when the next home game is.

I know we play Texas A&M next Wednesday, and I do not want to go to a home game with more A&M fans than Houston fans!

I also wonder why the alumni organization does not spend more time publicizing basketball. Some of our alumni are the hottest NBA players of the day, plus they play for the Houston Rockets (NBA two-time champions)!

I feel that with a little more effort, there will be the needed fan

support. If each organization on campus, especially the Greeks, showed up at the games, we would be much better off. Maybe if tickets were sold between now and the next home game in strategic places like the Satellite

and the UC, more tickets would be sold. Little things like this might make Hofheinz Pavilion the exciting place it once was!

I do have to say, though, despite that Hofheinz was only 45 percent or 50 percent full last night, the fans who did show up made it an excellent time!

Steve Archambault

Freshman/biology

Republicans

To the editor:

In the current political arena, the main ideology or viewpoint of my party has been distorted or lost. In this letter there will be no name calling or blaming, but rather a positive insight into the mind of a conservative.

The College Republicans at the University of Houston are growing stronger each passing day under the leadership of Edbar Zaman, David Baker and Dane Kerne.

Last week, I had the honor of attending a patriotic lunch with some of the most prominent and optimistic members of our American society. The luncheon began with the recital of the Pledge of Allegiance, which is currently banned from our schools. I still remembered the words to this great American tradition, but more importantly, I remembered the sense of pride and optimism that I was instilled with as a child.

When I grew up, I was always reminded that it took many sacrifices to build this great country and that it was my duty and honor to preserve the American Dream, as well as to enjoy it.

The College Republicans at the University of Houston will be giving a presentation titled "Why join the college Republicans," Jan. 22 at noon, place to be announced.

Our first official meeting this semester will be Jan. 29. (The exact room number will be also announced soon.)

The main reason to join the College Republicans at UH is twofold. First, it will give you a chance to get involved in local politics, and you can help your community by tutoring GED students on campus for free. More importantly, you can participate in a diverse race relations panel, which will be established this semester in conjunction with Brad Castelo and the Golden Key National Honor Society to address racial problems at UH.

Second, the College Republicans will give you an avenue to get directly involved with politics at the national level. As the vice president of the College Republicans at UH, I invite each and every student at UH to come join us and get involved in your future.

David O. Baker

Vice president, College Republicans, senior/ Russian

studies

Visit The Daily Cougar

Fans needed

To the editor:

OK, the crowd last night at the men's basketball game was decent. The 5,000 or so fans who were there really got into it.

I am a freshman, and I would love to see a game in Hofheinz Pavilion with an attendance of 10,000 or so.

I feel part of the problem is that Houston has not done well in the past couple of years. But right now the Cougars are winning. Another problem is many students do not know anything about when the games will be played. I saw a lot of information on last night's performance, but I did not see any mention of when our next game is, or when the next home game is.

I know we play Texas A&M next Wednesday, and I do not want to go to a home game with more A&M fans than Houston fans!

I also wonder why the alumni organization does not spend more time publicizing basketball. Some of our alumni are the hottest NBA players of the day, plus they play for the Houston Rockets (NBA two-time champions)!

I feel that with a little more effort, there will be the needed fan

support. If each organization on campus, especially the Greeks, showed up at the games, we would be much better off. Maybe if tickets were sold between now and the next home game in strategic places like the Satellite

and the UC, more tickets would be sold. Little things like this might make Hofheinz Pavilion the exciting place it once was!

I do have to say, though, despite that Hofheinz was only 45 percent or 50 percent full last night, the fans who did show up made it an excellent time!

Steve Archambault

Freshman/biology

Republicans

To the editor:

In the current political arena, the main ideology or viewpoint of my party has been distorted or lost. In this letter there will be no name calling or blaming, but rather a positive insight into the mind of a conservative.

The College Republicans at the University of Houston are growing stronger each passing day under the leadership of Edbar Zaman, David Baker and Dane Kerne.

Last week, I had the honor of attending a patriotic lunch with some of the most prominent and optimistic members of our American society. The luncheon began with the recital of the Pledge of Allegiance, which is currently banned from our schools. I still remembered the words to this great American tradition, but more importantly, I remembered the sense of pride and optimism that I was instilled with as a child.

When I grew up, I was always reminded that it took many sacrifices to build this great country and that it was my duty and honor to preserve the American Dream, as well as to enjoy it.

The College Republicans at the University of Houston will be giving a presentation titled "Why join the college Republicans," Jan. 22 at noon, place to be announced.

Our first official meeting this semester will be Jan. 29. (The exact room number will be also announced soon.)

The main reason to join the College Republicans at UH is twofold. First, it will give you a chance to get involved in local politics, and you can help your community by tutoring GED students on campus for free. More importantly, you can participate in a diverse race relations panel, which will be established this semester in conjunction with Brad Castelo and the Golden Key National Honor Society to address racial problems at UH.

Second, the College Republicans will give you an avenue to get directly involved with politics at the national level. As the vice president of the College Republicans at UH, I invite each and every student at UH to come join us and get involved in your future.

David O. Baker

Vice president, College Republicans, senior/ Russian

studies

Visit The Daily Cougar

Fans needed

To the editor:

OK, the crowd last night at the men's basketball game was decent. The 5,000 or so fans who were there really got into it.

I am a freshman, and I would love to see a game in Hofheinz Pavilion with an attendance of 10,000 or so.

I feel part of the problem is that Houston has not done well in the past couple of years. But right now the Cougars are winning. Another problem is many students do not know anything about when the games will be played. I saw a lot of information on last night's performance, but I did not see any mention of when our next game is, or when the next home game is.

I know we play Texas A&M next Wednesday, and I do not want to go to a home game with more A&M fans than Houston fans!

I also wonder why the alumni organization does not spend more time publicizing basketball. Some of our alumni are the hottest NBA players of the day, plus they play for the Houston Rockets (NBA two-time champions)!

I feel that with a little more effort, there will be the needed fan

support. If each organization on campus, especially the Greeks, showed up at the games, we would be much better off. Maybe if tickets were sold between now and the next home game in strategic places like the Satellite

and the UC, more tickets would be sold. Little things like this might make Hofheinz Pavilion the exciting place it once was!

I do have to say, though, despite that Hofheinz was only 45 percent or 50 percent full last night, the fans who did show up made it an excellent time!

Steve Archambault

Freshman/biology

Republicans

To the editor:

In the current political arena, the main ideology or viewpoint of my party has been distorted or lost. In this letter there will be no name calling or blaming, but rather a positive insight into the mind of a conservative.

The College Republicans at the University of Houston are growing stronger each passing day under the leadership of Edbar Zaman, David Baker and Dane Kerne.

Last week, I had the honor of attending a patriotic lunch with some of the most prominent and optimistic members of our American society. The luncheon began with the recital of the Pledge of Allegiance, which is currently banned from our schools. I still remembered the words to this great American tradition, but more importantly, I remembered the sense of pride and optimism that I was instilled with as a child.

When I grew up, I was always reminded that it took many sacrifices to build this great country and that it was my duty and honor to preserve the American Dream, as well as to enjoy it.

The College Republicans at the University of Houston will be giving a presentation titled "Why join the college Republicans," Jan. 22 at noon, place to be announced.

Our first official meeting this semester will be Jan. 29. (The exact room number will be also announced soon.)

The main reason to join the College Republicans at UH is twofold. First, it will give you a chance to get involved in local politics, and you can help your community by tutoring GED students on campus for free. More importantly, you can participate in a diverse race relations panel, which will be established this semester in conjunction with Brad Castelo and the Golden Key National Honor Society to address racial problems at UH.

Second, the College Republicans will give you an avenue to get directly involved with politics at the national level. As the vice president of the College Republicans at UH, I invite each and every student at UH to come join us and get involved in your future.

David O. Baker

Vice president, College Republicans, senior/ Russian

studies

Visit The Daily Cougar

Fans needed

To the editor:

OK, the crowd last night at the men's basketball game was decent. The 5,000 or so fans who were there really got into it.

I am a freshman, and I would love to see a game in Hofheinz Pavilion with an attendance of 10,000 or so.

I feel part of the problem is that Houston has not done well in the past couple of years. But right now the Cougars are winning. Another problem is many students do not know anything about when the games will be played. I saw a lot of information on last night's performance, but I did not see any mention of when our next game is, or when the next home game is.

I know we play Texas A&M next Wednesday, and I do not want to go to a home game with more A&M fans than Houston fans!

I also wonder why the alumni organization does not spend more time publicizing basketball. Some of our alumni are the hottest NBA players of the day, plus they play for the Houston Rockets (NBA two-time champions)!

I feel that with a little more effort, there will be the needed fan

support. If each organization on campus, especially the Greeks, showed up at the games, we would be much better off. Maybe if tickets were sold between now and the next home game in strategic places like the Satellite

and the UC, more tickets would be sold. Little things like this might make Hofheinz Pavilion the exciting place it once was!

I do have to say, though, despite that Hofheinz was only 45 percent or 50 percent full last night, the fans who did show up made it an excellent time!

Steve Archambault

Freshman/biology

Republicans

To the editor:

In the current political arena, the main ideology or viewpoint of my party has been distorted or lost. In this letter there will be no name calling or blaming, but rather a positive insight into the mind of a conservative.

The College Republicans at the University of Houston are growing stronger each passing day under the leadership of Edbar Zaman, David Baker and Dane Kerne.

Last week, I had the honor of attending a patriotic lunch with some of the most prominent and optimistic members of our American society. The luncheon began with the recital of the Pledge of Allegiance, which is currently banned from our schools. I still remembered the words to this great American tradition, but more importantly, I remembered the sense of pride and optimism that I was instilled with as a child.

When I grew up, I was always reminded that it took many sacrifices to build this great country and that it was my duty and honor to preserve the American Dream, as well as to enjoy it.

The College Republicans at the University of Houston will be giving a presentation titled "Why join the college Republicans," Jan. 22 at noon, place to be announced.

Our first official meeting this semester will be Jan. 29. (The exact room number will be also announced soon.)

The main reason to join the College Republicans at UH is twofold. First, it will give you a chance to get involved in local politics, and you can help your community by tutoring GED students on campus for free. More importantly, you can participate in a diverse race relations panel, which will be established this semester in conjunction with Brad Castelo and the Golden Key National Honor Society to address racial problems at UH.

Second, the College Republicans will give you an avenue to get directly involved with politics at the national level. As the vice president of the College Republicans at UH, I invite each and every student at UH to come join us and get involved in your future.

David O. Baker

Vice president, College Republicans, senior/ Russian

studies

Visit The Daily Cougar