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comes out ahead
top Texas race
Democratic hopes for a new face in Texas politics were
wiped away Tuesday night after Republican Rick Perry handily won the governor's
race and Democrat Ron Kirk narrowly missed his chance at the U.S. Senate.
The tallying of votes dragged on late into the night, leaving many state
and national races too close to call.
not worth fighting over
When we were all young, innocent children, "religion"
was simple. Chances are your religion while growing up was identical to
that of your parents. If your parents were Catholic, you were Catholic.
If your parents were Muslim, you were Muslim. If your parents were not
religious, you probably werenit either. Things get complex when we become
capable of making the choice ourselves.
aims for C-USA goal
The drive for five consecutive Conference USA womenis
soccer tournaments was secured with a last-second score Sunday. Now, the
No. 6 Cougar team begins advancing toward its goal of making it past the
first round as it meets No. 3 East Carolina at 2:30 p.m. today in Charlotte,
round up country talents
Grand Ole Opry
Yee-haw! Put on your cowboy hats and grab a good seat
on the sofa, because tonight the 36th Annual Country Music Awards will
be on the air (CBS, 7 p.m.).
Volume 68, Issue 52, Wednesday, November 6, 2002
GOP comes out ahead
in top Texas race
with PeopleSoft system
Speakers aim for peace, unity
Religion's not worth fighting over
A letter to the 108th U. S. Congress
UH aims for C-USA goal
Dimel pushes Bell; C-Rob to miss ECU
Pakhalina adds to Cougar trophy case,
wins 6th DOW
Oakland chokes on field goal
CMAs round up country talents
at Grand Ole Opry
Springsteen's rock 'n' roll revival brings
crowd to its knees
Russo loses power struggle