Wednesday, July 10, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 154
 












Nathan Lindsrom/The Daily Cougar

All-stars in training: Junior engineering major Austin Faught tosses a ball during Baseball Camp at the track field along Elgin Street.
Faught is also a pitcher on the Cougar baseball team that advanced to the NCAA Super Regionals earlier in the summer.
After being pulled over by a Houston Police Department patrol car on his way to work in the early hours of a November night, Byron Gillum was shot dead five minutes later on University grounds.
That's right. Those of you who wander on past Butler Plaza during the first week of school this fall are in for a special treat. Thanks to a ruling by U.S. District Judge Ewing Werlein Jr., the student group Pro-Life Cougars can now display images of aborted fetuses as part of their anti-abortion protests on campus.
For Green Day, fighting off the scowls and smirks of their punk rock peers from the early 1990s has been nothing less than a personal vendetta.
The Astros seem to have finally found the momentum they've been searching for since (without trying to sound too dramatic) Opening Day. The only problem is that they had to take three days off during the All-Star break.

 

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