Monday, November 27, 2000 Volume 66, Issue 68


Thanksgiving dolls

Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

The UH Cougar Dolls participated in Thursday's annual Thanksgiving Day parade that wound through the streets of downtown Houston. A light drizzle didn't inhibit hundreds of spectators, who turned out for the event armed with umbrellas and raincoats.

Florida's secretary of state certified a vote count Sunday giving Texas Gov. George W. Bush a victory -- but by no means a conclusive one -- in the state's presidential election.
There comes a time in a man's life when he has to admit that there is more to life than is dreamt of in his philosophy, that the world is larger than himself and contains limitless possibilities and wonders.
The place to be Saturday night was the Engine Room. Blue October, originally from Houston but now residing in San Marcos, put on an amazing show, playing to a packed venue.

After suffering a loss at the hands of crosstown rival Rice on Tuesday, the Houston Cougars rebounded by defeating Southwest Texas State, 73-59, before 3,156 fans at Hofheinz Pavilion on Saturday.


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