Monday, November 20, 2000 Volume 66, Issue 65


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Baby, it's cold outside

Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

UH fans bundled up against the rain and cold Saturday at Robertson Stadium during the Houston-Louisville football game. The Cougars felt the cold, too, losing to the Cardinals 33-12 and ending their season at 3-8.
Noted lecturer and mathematician Ian Stewart explained the factors of probability at his lecture "Probability and Chance: Lotteries and Game Shows" Thursday at the Hines College of Architecture Auditorium at UH.
It's nearing the end of November. We should have a president by now, but we don't. I should be totally prepared for my finals coming up, but I'm not. On top of it all, our football team finished with a horrid season. And yet, there is a light at the end of this dank tunnel of despair: Thanksgiving.
Originally, my plan was to conduct an interview with DJ Screw and the Screwed Up Click.

But Thursday, he died of a heart attack.

On a cold, blustery, rainy Saturday afternoon at Robertson Stadium, something else was missing besides sunshine and blue skies.


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