Wednesday, July 11, 2001 Volume 66, Issue 152

Nancy Paige Morrison/The Daily Cougar

From the top, this time with feeling: Joann Arcidiancono (left) listens on while Angela Rose practices an oboe solo. The two are participants
in a high school band camp, being held by UH's Cougar Band.


Stephen Barth, an associate professor in the Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management, filed a lawsuit against the University in Harris County civil court July 5 alleging that he was retaliated against for reporting what he believed were possible criminal actions by HRM Dean Alan Stutts.

Another day, another car bomb. It seems like it's the mantra of the Middle East these days: Monday, we agree to have peace. By Tuesday, we're shooting and killing each other again. I speak, of course, about the situation of the Israelis and the Palestinians.
Key West opens with a naked go-go dancer (played by Jack George) facedown and passed out on a lounge chair on a deck at a
clothing-optional gay resort hotel in Florida called Deja Vu. A few moments later, a queen maid named Pinky (played by Erik Soliz) roller-skates by wearing a wedding dress. The maid stops and places a purple drink umbrella in the crack of the partygoer's tush.

The 2001 USA Baseball National Team player and Cougar sophomore Chris Snyder continued the Red, White and Blue Tour in Alaska as the team faced several opponents from the Alaskan Collegiate League.


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