Tuesday, September 5, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 66, Issue 11 

Owls beat Coogs in overtime

Lienhard signs book based on radio show

McKee: Technology is the key to cleaner Houston air

Park Jam unites Greeks on campus

Campus Crime Update



The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

The Kids in the Street

To Hell and Back

Album Review: Jibe

Movie Review:
Catfish in Black Bean Sauce

Franks on childhood obesity

Miller on 'The Big Un-Easy'

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Penalties cost Coogs in the end

Close game brings UH and Rice fans together

Volleyball opens regular season with wins against UTA

Soccer team wins pair on the road

About the Cougar


In News Today . . .

It wasn't the way Dana Dimel hoped to begin his head coaching career at UH.

Dimel had preached about the need to cut down on the number of unforced errors. In the end, a blocked punt and a passing interference call did in the Cougars as they lost the Bayou Bucket to the Rice Owls 30-27 at Rice Stadium.

In Opinion Today . . .

Apparently, obesity in young children isn't just a problem in America. It's gotten out of control in China as well.

In Entertainment Today . . .

Every once in a while an album comes out that revolutionizes music as we know it. It possesses a level of innovation that surpasses anything the American public has ever heard. The name of that album is destined to go down in history as one of the greatest and most influential albums of all time.

This is not one of those albums. It doesn't even come close.

In Sports Today . . .

Oh yes, bitter disappointment always follows an opening season loss, especially when the better team was on the short end of the score.


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