Wednesday, October 31, 2001 Volume 67, Issue 50
 












Ken Fountain/The Daily Cougar

So many pumpkins, so little pie: Alexander Zugheri, 5, gets into the spirit of the season at the offices of Greenwood King Properties in the
Heights on Saturday.

Hundreds of family, friends and colleagues of John Butler, the UH geosciences professor who died of cancer Oct. 24, filled the Lyndall Finley Wortham Theater on Tuesday afternoon for a celebration of his life and 33-year career at the University.


The entire western world is on high alert again. Threats of terrorism, substantiated and otherwise, flood every media outlet especially my e-mail. And through all the threats, and all the news reports of another anthrax infection or false alarms, only one question circles through my mind: "How bloody stupid are these freaks?"


Michael Jackson seems to have mastered the art of re-creating himself, both physically and musically.


The bubble popped on Cincinnati Saturday when the Louisville Cardinals knocked the Bearcats from the ranks of the undefeated in Conference USA play. The Bearcats had a seven-game conference-winning streak going into the matchup.

 

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