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Issue #326 :: Friday, April 13, 2001

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The Great Outdoors
If you've been meaning to brush up on your Graham technique or

Cal Shutout by Trojans
Despite having three more wins at this point in the season when compared to last year, the Cal baseball team knows it could have already surpassed last year's 25 wins.

Work it, Girl!
It all began last summer when my mother decided that my fascination with the midget on "Passions" and the hand-crafted Michael Jackson potholders on the Home Shopping Network channel was getting unhealthy, so she confiscated the remote control and handed me the classified section of the paper and a red pen. Thus, I made my way into the working world.

State Law Criminalizing Homelessness Protested
Approximately 100 of Berkeley's homeless rallied yesterday in the shadow of the police station to voice their discontent that in the city, it is a crime to have no home.

News

Page 2 Interview -- Ben Bresauer, Professional Mountain Biker Visiting Campus
Q: What are you doing in Berkeley?

Naked Students Hold Public ‘Project'
A pair of UC Berkeley students proved yesterday that anyone with a hankering for walking around Berkeley in the nude had better think twice.

Campus is Backdrop for Photo Shoot
UC Berkeley students got a sneak preview of Abercrombie and Fitch's fall 2001 catalog when models and photographers visited campus this week.

Proposal to Curb Racial Profiling, Increase Police Data Collection
The city's oversight body for the Berkeley Police Department unanimously ruled Wednesday night to support tougher regulations on racial profiling.

ASUC Party Criticizes Daily Cal
Student Action party members are urging students not to trust The Daily Californian after the paper reported the political party's expulsion from this year's ASUC elections.

Settlement Reached For VP Candidate
Cal-SERVE/APPLE external affairs vice presidential candidate David Nabti was not disqualified for alleged elections violations yesterday, after ASUC elections officials determined Nabti's violations were not intentional.

State Law Criminalizing Homelessness Protested
Approximately 100 of Berkeley's homeless rallied yesterday in the shadow of the police station to voice their discontent that in the city, it is a crime to have no home.


Sports

Cal Shutout by Trojans
Despite having three more wins at this point in the season when compared to last year, the Cal baseball team knows it could have already surpassed last year's 25 wins.

Bears to Defend Invite Titles
The Cal track and field team gets ready to defend its title in the fourth annual Brutus Hamilton Invitational this Friday and Saturday at Edwards Stadium.

A Return to Service
Two plane tickets patiently sit down in San Diego, waiting this last four-week stretch to learn their destinies.

Wins Vital for Cal Against Stanford
This isn't just about wanting to win. When the Cal softball team faces Stanford three times this weekend there is a need for victories.

Sports Briefs: Men's Golf Heads to Arizona for Invitational
The Cal men's golf team returns to the course today to compete in the 29th annual Thunderbird Invitational at Karsten Golf Course in Tempe, Ariz.


Arts & Entertainment

The Great Outdoors
If you've been meaning to brush up on your Graham technique or

This Time, Dirt Does Hurt
Joe Dirt, a comedy largely about trailer trash and the

Luring Them With Magic
Ann Hu's first feature film, Shadow Magic, could have been

re:CD -- Rebels With a Cause
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

Learning How to Eat
Recently, a friend made the astute observation that, for someone

White Space