Wednesday, Spetember 26, 2001 Volume 67, Issue 25
 












Ken Fountain/The Daily Cougar

Bang the drums loudly: Members of the Cougar Band drum section practice outside the Moored School of Music on Tuesday. The band began tserenading various campus buildings with U fight songs last week.

 

"United behind the fate of our children in the wake of a national tragedy, we should continue our active advocacy for improving children's lives," said Elizabeth Noyes, the keynote speaker at Tuesday's "Accolades 2001" Luncheon in Houston.


In the aftermath of the terrorist attacks, many are still in mourning. The destruction of Sept. 11 left behind bereaved family members of many casualties. There are thousands of orphans from one-parent homes too young to understand where their parents are, too young to even
understand death.


The Gourds deserve recognition first and foremost for the initial song on their latest release, Shinebox -- a rowdy number titled "Gin & Juice."


If UH plays as well the rest of the season as it did against Texas, there isn't any reason the Cougars can't contend for the conference championship and one of four Conference USA-affiliated bowls.

 

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