Tuesday, April 17, 2001 Volume 66, Issue 134

Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

Diggin' it: Junior anthropology major Victoria Zachary, left, makes a sale to freshman creative writing major Kathy Goodman during a bazaar held by the Student Anthropological Society at UH. The organization held the event to collect scholarship money for members as well as funds to send students to archeological digs.


The UH chapter of Phi Alpha Delta, the pre-law society, will feature to two speakers at its meeting from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Lone Star Room at the University Center.

As the end of the semester looms, many students are probably pondering the mystery of what lies just beyond the college gates. I think I can help shed some light on this.

Small Texas towns may not be the most cosmopolitan places in the world, but more and more I'm beginning to think they produce the best singers. From Adam Carroll (from Tyler) to Janis Joplin (from Port Arthur), there seems to be something in the water in these places that gives certain residents amazing powers of vocal persuasion.

Bill Yeoman, legendary coach of the UH football team, is one of seven inductees into the Cotton Bowl Hall of Fame this year. The ceremony will be held on May 15.


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