Thursday, March 28, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 118
 












Lorrie Novasad/The Daily Cougar

Flying saucers: Mechanical engineering technology senior Jeremy Lochte launches a flying disc during a demonstration Monday near the technology building. Lochte and four other groups of UH students will compete in a national design contest in which the group must
design a device that launches flying discs toward designated targets.

 

The Lady Cougars fell to the University of Oregon 54-52 Wednesday night, losing in the finals of the Women's National Invitation Tournament. The loss ended an outstanding season for the Houston women's basketball team, which finishes 26-8 on the year.


The driving conditions in Houston right now are horrible. There's construction everywhere, potholes all over, bad roads, ill-timed lights and traffic jams. But all of these things pale in comparison to the true danger of the roads: Houston drivers.


Now that all the awards shows have passed, moviegoers will probably flock to the award-winning films. Monster's Ball and A Beautiful Mind are sure to fill a few more seats and Training Day will become a hot commodity at the local video store.


The UH softball team will face its biggest task of the season as it looks to defeat No. 16 Conference USA rival DePaul in a doubleheader at noon Friday in Chicago.

 

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