|Tuesday, November 24, 1998||
Volume 64, Issue 66
Bilingual Ed Sparks Controversy
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Today's Top Stories
The Proposition 227 initiative, which successfully banned bilingual education in California, has created political and social controversy and led Americans in all parts of the country to debate the effectiveness of the program.
In Opinion Today . . .
As many friends as Starr may have had when the Lewinsky story broke, he has no more dirt to spill. When all is said and done, expect to see a friendless Starr hung out to dry.
In Entertainment Today . . .
Electronic pioneers Meat Beat Manifesto and company blew away a 550-plus crowd Thursday night at Numbers.
In Sports Today . . .
After starting the season strong with a win against Texas, the Cougars have now lost two in a row to in-state schools, neither was expected to pose much of a challenge.
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.
Cougars lose for second time
Cougar center William Stringfellow puts up shot in Monday's game against Sam Houston. The Cougars lost the game 67-63.