Thursday, August 31, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 66, Issue 9 

'Zelda' exhibit opens'

Executive dismissals were legal

Staff Council's new crew gearing up

Scholarship honors UH cadet, WWII vetern

Full classes may be suppressing enrollment



The Adventures of Ruth the Pig

The Kids in the Street

To Hell and Back

Eating out

MFAH movie calendar boasts impressive list of films

Whitlock on gas prices

From the Head of Brandon Moeller

Nimibutr on free cable

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

UH volleyballers prepare for first match against Texas-Arlington

McKinley, Clark may win awards

UH cross country teams travel crosstown

NFL Preview

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In News Today . . .

An exhibition of the artwork of Zelda Fitzgerald begins Friday at the Blaffer Gallery

In Opinion Today . . .

There is little on pundit political television that makes me turn the channel faster than the issue of rising gasoline prices. This, to me, is perhaps the biggest non-issue of the campaign.

In Entertainment Today . . .

Nothing tastes as good as thin feels."

This smug little adage was once said to me, by a fellow diner in a restaurantm, of all places, as a jibe toward another table's ambitious pursuit of a few of the establishment's more inviting desserts.

In Sports Today . . .

Tuesday, 8 a.m. -- the sun is heating up and the classrooms are freezing. After classes end at noon you might grab a bite to eat, drop off your books and go running in the 100-degree Houston afternoon


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