|Monday, October 26, 1998||
Volume 64, Issue 45
Cougars Crush Mean Green
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Today's Top Story
Heading into the game against the University of North Texas, the Houston Cougars wanted to re-establish the tough, hard-nosed defense they had showcased throughout much of the season.
In Opinion Today . . .
Although this paper is usually home to well-thought out, well-researched, informative columns, this week I thought I'd write a trivial piece which I'm sure nobody will care about.
In Entertainment Today . . .
If you believe the billboards all over Houston that read "God listens," you can be sure that Saturday night was one of the times he was glad he did.
In Sports Today . . .
Sunday was Debbie Vokes' poster night at Hofheinz Pavilion when the Lady Cougar volleyball team defeated the UNC Charlotte 49ers 3-1.
This Week's Feature
"What is art? Are we art? Or is art, art?" Laugh all you want, but these profound philosophical questions were posed by an important art critic of the late '80s and early '90s.
Though the Cougars seemed to stall in the first quarter of Saturday's game against North Texas, the team came together during the second half to come away with a 31-9 win over the Eagles.
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