Monday, July 22, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 157
 












Walter Coreas/The Daily Cougar

Not exactly Kobe-esque: Sophomore business major Idris Arvie slams a basketball through the hoop Monday at the Athletics/Alumni Center.

 

Gathering in a dimly lit and chilly banquet hall, nearly 150 energy leaders, all with an interest in oil and gas, met Thursday and Friday at the UH Hilton for the Fourth U.S.-China Oil and Gas Forum. The forum is a partnership involving government and companies from the United States and China. Industry leaders from the two nations work together to develop reliable and economical success of oil and natural gas.


I really don't like spiders. They're creepy. I'm sure if you took the time to look into their beady little eyes, you would see nothing but pure evil staring back at you from those orbs of darkness.


No matter how appealing another Cold War movie with heavy star power might seem, don't be tempted. K-19: The Widowmaker, starring Harrison
Ford and Liam Neeson, is a big, stinky bomb.


Head football coach Dana Dimel, head men's basketball coach Ray McCallum and assistant women's basketball coach Todd Buchanan spoke Thursday at the Saltgrass Steakhouse in Meyerland Plaza to update Cougar alumni regarding upcoming seasons.

 

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