Monday, October 4, 1999
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 30

Two UH athletes allegedly involved in brawl

Donation comletes UH Fort Bend campaign

Regents to consider new campus artwork

Work represnets power of media


The Adventures of Ruth the Pig



In House

Maximum Peel-Out

The 411

Concert Review: Tori Amos

Concert Review: KLOL Fall Jam V

Nandagiri on Houston

Bongat on Ethnicity

Warmflash on Evolution

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Houston Astros Baseball

UH Volleyball

About the Cougar


In News Today . . .

The Bayou Bucket wasn't the only battle that occurred on the night of Sept. 4.

A brawl between two student athletes, basketball junior Treva Crosby and baseball junior Jason Pekar, followed the game at a party held by the baseball team. Crosby sustained a shoulder injury in the fight that will sideline him for the entire upcoming basketball season.

In Opinion Today . . .

Growing up in Houston my entire life, I have acquired a certain fondness for the city. This is why my Houston Pride sticker from 1981 is still stuck on my car even though it has long since lost its color.

In Entertainment Today . . .

Just when Warren Beatty says he is a potential presidential candidate comes news that Arnold Schwarzenegger might seek public office. Schwarzenegger is hinting at a run for the California governorship in 2002.

In Sports Today . . .

Although celebrating the closing of the Astrodome was nice, nothing could top the sweet taste of champagne for the Houston Astros, who won their third straight Central Division title with an emotional 9-4 victory Sunday afternoon.


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