Wednesday, October 17, 2001 Volume 67, Issue 40

Pin Lim/The Daily Cougar

Cougars win for a change: Junior Shelley Keys, quarterback for Cougar Place, gets set to throw a touchdown pass against the Settegast Hall squad in Tuesday night's Beauty Bowl at the Athletic/Alumni Center. The flag football contest, in which all-female seven-member teams from several residence halls competed, was sponsored by Residential Life and Housing for Homecoming Week.


If the amount of audience interest that Lee Brown brought to the mayoral candidate forum held Tuesday at southwest Houston's Jewish Community Center is any indication of his chances in the coming elections, then Brown would seem to have little to worry about.

Ever get the feeling you're stuck in some science fiction novel? America is waxing surrealistic with its current state of biochemical warfare.

The time has come for the compilation album to up the ante for album production.

Halfway through what has become "the longest season" for Cougar fans, Cougar head coach Dana Dimel reflected on the unusual circumstances surrounding his team at his weekly press conference Tuesday.


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