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Thursday, November 19, 1998
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 64, Issue 63


Rec 2000 Results Announced Today


Go Smoke-Free Today

Moores Honors Student Violinist

Campus Spotlight


Korn Comes to Houston

The DJ Manifesto

Cheap Eat$


'Mr. Houston' Jesse Jones


Mahmoudi on Pain

Staff Editorial

Letters to the Editor


Lady Cougar Basketball

Top 25 Notebook

On the Front Ro



About the Cougar


During the shake down on our new site, we'll do our best to have The Daily Cougar on the Web by noon. As soon as we get the kinks worked out, we'll have it ready to go with your morning coffee. Thanks for your patience.

Kelly Truitt
Production Manager
Student Publications


Today's Top Stories

After months of planning, two days of voting and somewhere around $100,000 in a consulting firm's services, Referendum 2000 has ended.

Polling stations located across campus closed at 8 p.m. Wednesday, leaving more than 4,700 votes to be counted and validated before the referendum's results are announced today at 4 p.m. in the Cougar Den.

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On Campus Today . . .

The UH Wellness Center and the American Cancer Society have organized informative activities surrounding the hazards of smoking at the University Center today.

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In Opinion Today . . .

We have been taught to say no to candy, strangers and drugs. So what happens? People become spoiled, mutated. There is no explanation for what happens.

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In Entertainment Today . . .

Korn returns to Houston beating its own drum and promoting its family values with its latest punch, Follow the Leader.

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In Sports Today . . .

The Lady Cougars, in an encore performance of the men's team just a night earlier, shut down the Lady Longhorns in the first half and hung on to win its second straight game, 61-52.

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This Week's Feature

One hundred years later, signs of Jesse Jones and his contributions to the city are all around us. There are those that bear his name, like the Jesse H. Jones Hall for the Performing Arts, and those that don't, including the Rice Hotel and the Houston Chronicle.

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Focusing on the law

Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar


A crowd listens to a panel presentation on Texas hate crime and sodomy laws at the UH Law Center's Krost Hall Wednesday. The forum was sponsored by the Law Center and the gay and lesbian law students' group.
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