Wednesday, July 3, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 152

Lorrie Novosad/The Daily Cougar

Cougars of the future: Dallas-area children (Michelle Houston, left, and Patrick Williams, center) gaze at memorabilia in the Athletics Alumni Center sports museum Monday.
With four months left until Election Day, the race for Texas governor may be tighter than some anticipated. 

It appears that 57 percent of us are gripped with fear that the Fourth of July could turn apocalyptic. With the surfacing of the new "Osama Bin Laden: Revisited" tape, which assures us he still lives, one wonders when this demonic threat will end. When we will go back to living "normally," back to before the "endless-hours-of- waiting-in-airport-security-lines?"

This movie is an over-inflated, hyperbolic, grotesquely long Sprint commercial, with less flavor and appeal than its heroes' outfits.

Cougar right-handed pitcher Brad Sullivan lifted Team USA to a 6-1 win in the opener of the 31st annual USA versus Japan Collegiate All-Star series Friday in Aberdeen, Md.


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