Monday, February 11, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 90
 












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Cadence: Members of the UH Marching Band participate in the 2002 Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Parade on Saturday. The Dixie Chicks will perform RodeoHouston's first concert Tuesday at the Reliant Astrodome.


 

While Enron's implosion continues to be topical fodder for congressional investigation and talk-show debate, UH classes preparing the auditors, energy industry executives and corporate lawyers of tomorrow use the Houston-based conglomerate's demise as a case study of ideas and rules that previously seemed restricted to textbooks.


Former Enron chief executive Kenneth Lay is scheduled to testify Tuesday at a congressional hearing. All of America awaits the words that will come from his mouth, and many are doubtful that any will come at all.


Every five to 10 years, it seems a new band comes out that completely redefines a genre of music by surpassing all apparent boundaries the type of music embraces. In 1983, with the release of Show No Mercy on Metal Blade Records, Slayer did just that.


Friday night against Baylor, the junior catcher stepped up to the plate in the bottom of the ninth inning with the score tied. He calmly proceeded to crush a pitch into the left field seats, ending the game with a walk-off home run.

 

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