Wednesday, June 21, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 153

Graham's execution deadline approaches

Protestors arrested at Governor's mansion

Theatre Festival set for swans and magic



In House

Superhero Strip

Breaking Kayfabe

Album Review: Willie Nelson and the Ofenders

Album Review: matchbox twenty

Whitlock on Ralph Nader

Forsberg on the Texas GOP

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

NBA Finals 2000

The Wrestling Report

About the Cougar

In search of the next Steve Young

Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

Participants in the Gulf Coast Quarterback Training Camp practice their tosses en masse behind the Alumni Center. The camp will be held through Thursday.


In News Today . . .

One hundred thirty-four people have been executed in Texas since January 1995. On Thursday, the number will increase to 135 if Gov. George W. Bush does not issue a reprieve for convicted killer Gary Graham.

In Opinion Today . . .

It seems the pendulum has finally swung the other way. It used to be the conservatives who insisted on ideological purity. It was always the religious right threatening to sabotage its own party unless it got its own way.

In Entertainment Today . . .

Willie Nelson is a living legend of real Country/Western music. He's done it all and seen it all. Yet with all the fame he has achieved from being a singer/songwriter/guitarist/actor, he's as true to his roots as a Texan drinking a Shiner Bock on a hot summer day.

In Sports Today . . .

With the Los Angeles Lakers' edge-of-your-seat, thrill ride of a victory over the Indiana Pacers Monday night, 116-111, the Shaq and Kobe-led Lakers look to be sports' next great reign.


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