Monday, November 12, 2001 Volume 67, Issue 58

Ken Fountain/The Daily Cougar

'Please stay away from the squirrels': Cougar Ambassador Emem Ekpenyong, left, a health senior, leads prospective UH students and their
parents on a tour of the campus during Saturday's Cougar Preview. The University holds the open house every semester.


Osama bin Laden's claim that his al-Qaida organization possesses biological or chemical weapons may be true, but it is doubtful he has nuclear weapons, U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said Sunday.

Reading these words sends more than mere chills down the backs of more than 250 million Americans. The War on Terror now has a new and deadlier face; one that is infinitely more menacing, haunting, and downright horrifying than the prospect of more attacks like those of Sept. 11.

While his directing isn't as stylish as high-profile directors, one would think Mamet's writing style would be the best thing since sliced bread for movie producers.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Fans may look at a 34-10 loss to the Louisville Cardinals as yet another example of Cougar football futility.


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