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Wednesday, November 25, 1998
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 64, Issue 67

Helton Keeps Job for Another Year

Debate Over Bilingual Ed Not New

Campus Spotlight

Home Fries Fizzles

The (UH) Name Game

Tavakoli Gives 

Staff Editorial

On the Front Ro

The Wrestling Report

About the Cougar

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Today's Top Stories

According to sources close to the Athletics Department, Kim Helton has been retained as UH's head football coach for the 1999 season.

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In Opinion Today . . .

I know, I know. It's hard to get funding for parking and dorms. Chartwells continues to work out the kinks in its first semester here and has made a few improvements.

What is more, Thanksgiving's tomorrow. I should be counting my blessings, not belly aching.

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In Entertainment Today . . .

Drew Barrymore seems to enjoy doing accents. Her British-esque accent inEver Afterwas pretty convincing, and in her latest movie, Home Fries, she pulls off a hillbilly twang that will make you think she's straight from the South.

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In Sports Today . . .

After the game against Sam Houston State, in which freshman Moses Malone Jr. did not see the any playing time, the prized recruit out of Friendswood was not pleased with his lack of playing time.

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This Week's Feature

What's in a name? Everything has a name for a reason. The same holds true for buildings on the UH campus.

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UH First-year law students Amy Marshall (left) and Scott Provinse Tuesday as part of the "Be an Angel" program, which donates the gifts multiple severe disabilites. The UH Law Center's Consumer Law Project, directed by "The People's Lawyer" Richard Alderman, raised more than $2,000 to purchase toys for disabled kids in HISD schools.

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