Thursday, October 28, 1999
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 48

Census will try to even count

Bank draws fire from SA's Kelly

Former double agent encourages political activity


The Adventures of Ruth the Pig



In House

Maximum Peel-Out

Haunted houses a perfect getaway for Halloween weekend

Concert Review: Yes

Game Review:
House of the Dead 2

The Geek Translator

O'Neal on justice

Mitchell on holidays

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

C-USA Football Notebook

UH Football

Player Profile: Melissa Raymer

About the Cougar

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Students had the chance to get an early start on this weekend Wednesday at the College of Business Administration' Halloween party. Pictured are from left: University Studies freshman Andrea Beckham, journalism sophomore Wendy Williams (being lifted by CEI senior Val Thompson) and kineseology freshman Amy Adams.


In News Today . . .

Throughout the history of the United States Census, minority groups have been undercounted, but planners for next year's count are making efforts to ensure that does not continue.

In Opinion Today . . .

Before one can judge the "injustice" that supposedly resulted in the verdict of the Trial of the Century, other issues in America need some of our attention.

In Entertainment Today . . .

Halloween can be one of the most exhilarating, change-of-pace holidays -- if only you know the right places to go.

In Sports Today . . .

What was supposed to be a win that would have given the Houston Cougars their first sniff of the Top 25 in two years (and a share of second place in Conference USA) turned into an agonizing, slow death at the hand of the Louisville Cardinals.


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