|Monday, June 5, 2000||
Volume 65, Issue 148
UH suffers heartbreak in 3-2 loss to SJSU
University of Houston architecture students dropped their exacto knives and picked up their shovels for Saturday's AIA Sandcastle Competition in Galveston.
After a whirlwind Saturday night when the UH baseball team escaped tragedy
time and time again in a 14-inning, 5-2 win, fate seemed to be on the Cougars'
Major players in the music industry, including very major corporations
(Sony's pretty doggone major) are losing their fair share of the big-money
music pie. They're pouting about Napster, a free Internet service that
allows users to download music files from other users' mp3 libraries, in
the meantime making their own library available for other users.
When band members refer to themselves as the Queens of the Stone Age,
this reviewer would hope that the artists that make up the band would be
transgendered hippies lip-syncing Grateful Dead songs.
If the San Jose Spartans had it their way, they would probably move the site of the College World Series from Omaha, Neb. to Texas.
But the way the Spartans are playing in this postseason, it may not matter.