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Monday, October 19, 1998
Houston, Texas
Volume 64, Issue 40

Habitat Volunteers

Drexler Madness

Hip Hop and Aerosmith

Staff Editorial

Art Bell Retires

Madness Reigns

Cougar Volleyball

UH Soccer

Lady Cougar Hoops

About the Cougar

Today's Top Story

A lack of volunteers may prevent Habitat for Humanity's Venturi House from being completed by its Thanksgiving Day deadline. The project needs students to help construct the dwelling so a family will have a home in which to open its presents this Christmas.

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In Opinion  . . . 

The Bell that tolls in the midnight hour has grown silent. The champion of truth is gone, and his followers are left wandering the desert, searching for guidance and truth and the birth of their next martyr.

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In Entertainment  . . . 

Hip-hop and R&B music continue their domination of the Billboard charts in 1998, taking four of the five top spots in this week's albums charts and two of the top five in the singles charts.

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In Sports Today  . . .

"I haven't heard this place this loud in a long time!"
 And if anyone would know, it would have to be Guy V. Lewis.

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Everything but the kitchen sink?

Al Thompson mans a table of Greek paraphernalia at the University Center's entrance last week. Many vendors take advantage of midday crowds at the UC to hawk their wares.

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