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Issue #212 :: Monday, September 18, 2000

Top Headlines

Bears Can't Convert Comeback
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - If they played two-minute halves, the Cal football team would have won going away Saturday.

Historical UC Theater in Jeopardy
In an effort to save Berkeley's renowned UC Theatre, which may close by the end of the month, the Berkeley City Council will discuss Tuesday assisting the theater with its retrofitting costs.

Guest Column: On The Road ...
Part of the honorable tradition of being a junior college transfer is seeing off your old friends as they make it out of that slag-heap mother-makes-me-go-to school.

Student Group Coaches Labor To Immigrant Mothers
Attempting to help expectant mothers through the difficulties of pregnancy and childbirth, the ASUC Senate voted last week to fund a student group that trains students to assist recent immigrants.

News

Historical UC Theater in Jeopardy
In an effort to save Berkeley's renowned UC Theatre, which may close by the end of the month, the Berkeley City Council will discuss Tuesday assisting the theater with its retrofitting costs.

Student Group Coaches Labor To Immigrant Mothers
Attempting to help expectant mothers through the difficulties of pregnancy and childbirth, the ASUC Senate voted last week to fund a student group that trains students to assist recent immigrants.

Parade Calls for Breast Emancipation
Cries of "a breast is best undressed on any body - let them be top free" drew curious passers-by to the ninth annual Nude and Breast Freedom Parade in People's Park Sunday.

KPFA Activists Set to Bring Suit to Owners
The state attorney general granted legal standing to a group of KPFA radio activists so they can file a new lawsuit against the Pacifica Foundation, the radio station's owner.

UN Criticized for Stringency
Two former United Nations officials who resigned due to economic sanctions against Iraq spoke in Berkeley of the devastating effects of the sanctions they witnessed.

Political Group Announces Endorsees
Berkeley Citizen's Action, one of the city's major political factions, endorsed Margaret Breland, Maudelle Shirek and Miriam Hawley for City Council yesterday - a move current council members say is influential not only at election time, but also in the heat of a council debate.

News in Brief: ASUC Organizes Drawing to Feed Needy, Raise Awareness
In an effort to raise awareness of community issues, the ASUC Student Advocate Office has organized a donation drawing to help the homeless.


Sports

Bears Can't Convert Comeback
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - If they played two-minute halves, the Cal football team would have won going away Saturday.

Cal Breaks Goal Slump in Weekend Split
When Chris Roner's shot bounced into the right side of the goal post yesterday, the Cal men's soccer team could finally relax.

NOTEBOOK: Punter Nick Harris has his way with the Illini
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -Just three weeks into the 2000 season, Illinois head coach Ron Turner already has his pick for the Heisman Trophy Award, college football's top individual prize.

Bears Feather Ducks, Feel Beavers' Teeth
Marathons are generally 26.5 miles long, and they drain the athlete both mentally and physically. This weekend the Cal volleyball team participated in a marathon, but it didn't involve running.

Hot Cal Wins Wake Forest Invite with Solid Victories
Stop the presses. They actually gave up a goal.

Defensive Mentality Not Winning Games
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - The Cal football team marched into a hostile stadium, played a ranked team nose-to-nose for 60 minutes and almost snatched a victory here in the heart of Big Ten country on Saturday.


Opinion

Guest Column: On The Road ...
Part of the honorable tradition of being a junior college transfer is seeing off your old friends as they make it out of that slag-heap mother-makes-me-go-to school.

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