Monday, September 18, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 66, Issue 20 

Foundation repairs to shut down AD Burce

Coogs drop bomb on Army

Lack of funds leads to death sentences,lawyer says

Parade honors independence days for Latins



The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

The Kids in the Street

To Hell and Back

Def Comedy Jam revved up audience

Madonna releases album; 'Almost Famous' hits theaters

Soulhat is sharp, but can't groove its own blues
Suggestions for the Olympics: Add Sissy Fighting

Fears that drive conservatism

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

Reynolds runs over Army defense

As injuries mount, Robinson steps into spotlight

Volleyball comes home without title

Soccer team splits two on the road

About the Cougar

In News Today . . .

All activities, including Bible studies, memorial and denominational services, weddings and luncheons, planned for the A.D. Bruce Religion Center will have to be moved in November due to foundation repair.

In Opinion Today . . .

The Olympics are back, and chances are the majority of the United States cares not, even though some of our country's greatest athletes train for the majority of their lives for this one chance to see how good they really are. Exciting, no?

In Entertainment Today . . .

Sponsored by rap mogul Russell Simmons, Def Comedy Jam 2000 showcased a mix of local talents and national names Friday night at the Aerial Theatre.

In Sports Today . . .

From the moment seven Army parachutists leaped from an airplane high over Robertson Stadium, to the final seconds of play when Emile White blocked the potential game-winning field goal by Army, it was an evening of high drama and sensational plays. 


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