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By Pete Medrano/UH Sports Information

Gameday: Freshman Harold Taylor put some electricity back into the special teams return game, running the ball three times on kick returns for 114 yards. However the Cougars fell to the Horned Frogs 27-34 on Saturday, leaving Houston without any hope of bowl contention.

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Students still dividied about war in Iraq
With the 2004 presidential campaign in the home stretch, few issues are as hotly debated as the war in Iraq -- and it's clear that the war will be in the front of UH students' minds as they head to the polls.
 

Get over machismo; it's time to 'Think Pink'
This year, many of us decided to "Wear Yellow" to help support a good cause and increase awareness. It's time to step up to the plate once again, but now it's time to "Think Pink."
 

Horned Frogs knock Cougars out of postseason contention
FORT WORTH -- The Houston Cougar offense made a late charge in the fourth quarter Saturday, putting up 18 points in the final period. It would prove to be too little, too late as UH was defeated by the Texas Christian Horned Frogs 27-34 in front of 36,276 at Amon Carter Stadium.
 

Confusion paves way for boredom in 'Beard'
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Campus Spotlight

Volume 70, Issue 45, Monday, October 25, 2004


News

Students still divided about war in Iraq

Stephens looks to foster 'UH family'

Campus Crime Report


Opinion

Get over machismo; it's time to 'Think Pink'

Is Google too inflated for the economy?

Letters to the Editor

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon


Sports

Horned Frogs knock Cougars out of postseason contention

Coogs finish 1-1 against USF, UAB

Coogs down 1-6, now play for pride

Astros' season brings baseball fever back to Houston


Life & Arts

Confusion paves way for boredom in 'Beard'

Brian Wilson returns to stage with 'Smile'

Romantic remake traces same serious scenario

Spice up banter with creativity

Band sells out two nights in H-town



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