Wednesday, July 28, 1999
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 64, Issue 160

UH street signs offer conflicting numbering

UH Clear Lake safest campus in state


To Hell and Back

In House

The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

Movie Review: Deep Blue Sea

The Wrestling Report

Moeller on Drinking

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

USAB's inclusion of NBA players in Olympic games make international play predeictable

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In News Today . . .

The street signs placed last month along major traffic corridors surrounding the University were designed to help motorists navigate area streets and locate specific addresses at UH.

In Opinion Today . . .

While a lot of you guys have been studying and working hard for the summer semester you're enrolled in, I've been drinking a lot of beer. Well, maybe every columnist is allowed a lie every now and then. 

Actually, I haven't been drinking that much, and I'm really sorry about that.

In Entertainment Today . . .

Genetic engineering is a very controversial subject. However, using genetic engineering to make more intelligent sharks is just plain freaky.

In Sports Today . . .

USA Basketball is the organization that is asked to compile the best team to represent the United States in international competition.

'Blasted needle...'

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UH Theatre major John Smetak works on a prop dress to be used during The Shakespeare Festival's presentation of The Taming of The Shrew.

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