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Issue #520 :: Monday, April 15, 2002

Top Headlines

Baseball: In Starting Role, Brown Saves Series To Keep Cal In Hunt
Matt Brown leads the Cal baseball team in saves with six. Jesse Ingram has the Bears' only other save this season.

Leveling the Field
When it comes to measuring the quality of services for disabled students at UC Berkeley, it all depends on whom you talk to.

Barren Train Stop Could See New Life
Waiting for Amtrak may get safer and more pleasant, as the Berkeley City Council is considering a full-service train station to be located across from the current train stop.

Track Teams Clean Up at Hometown Brutus Hamilton Invitational
Marielle Schlueter must have been feeling lonely during the stretch run of her final lap until the home crowd got on its feet and began roaring with enthusiasm, aware that it was witnessing something special.

News

Correction
Friday's article "Deceased Homeless Man's Identity Mistaken for 'God Bless You Man'" should have stated that the UC Berkeley student who did a photojournalism project on Dwight Bradford is Andrew Podolsky, not Andrew Podolski.

Feature Photo: Nothing But Net


Barren Train Stop Could See New Life
Waiting for Amtrak may get safer and more pleasant, as the Berkeley City Council is considering a full-service train station to be located across from the current train stop.

News In Brief: Senate Bill May Help Ease Housing Crunch
The $2.1 billion housing bond proposed by Senator John Burton, D-San Francisco, passed through the state Senate last week. It now awaits approval by Gov. Gray Davis.

Local Conference Held to Unify Asian Americans
The Twelfth Annual Asian Pacific Islander Conference, held at UC Berkeley Saturday, adopted a newly activist theme, as Asian American students were urged to represent a stronger voice in politics.

City May Back Initiative To Protect Trees
Berkeley is leading the way to support a proposed state ballot initiative that would ban trees older than 150 years from being removed from nonfederal property.

University Investigates Web Portal Possibilities
Imagine a single Web site personalized to meet all your cyberneeds-one that would keep you up-to-date on campus events and academic information and would be accessible from any computer.

BART Officials Seek to Avoid Fare Increases As Deficit Soars
Following a year of low tax revenues and decreased ridership, BART riders may soon face shorter trains, parking fees and other possible inconveniences to make up for a nearly $60 million deficit.

On the Beat As Elections Get Hopping
Imagine running with the bulls in Pamplona and trying to grab one by the horns and hold it still for five minutes, all while avoiding being trampled or gored.

Page 2 Interview--Mike Harryman, Alumnus Tuba Player For Spirit of '29
Q: How long have you guys been playing together?


Sports

Baseball: In Starting Role, Brown Saves Series To Keep Cal In Hunt
Matt Brown leads the Cal baseball team in saves with six. Jesse Ingram has the Bears' only other save this season.

Women's Water Polo: Bears Drop Close One to Card, Come Back to Win Last Home Game
Sometimes the final score is the only noticeable difference between two teams in an entire match. That's how it was Friday for the No. 4 Cal women's water polo team and No. 2 Stanford when they squared off at Avery Aquatics Center in Palo Alto.

Women's Tennis: Lynch Ascends to Top Spot as Cal Goes 1-1 Against Arizona Schools
Catherine Lynch made her first start of the year in the No. 1 singles court as the No. 15 Cal women's tennis team split home matches against No. 9 Arizona State and No. 21 Arizona .

Track Teams Clean Up at Hometown Brutus Hamilton Invitational
Marielle Schlueter must have been feeling lonely during the stretch run of her final lap until the home crowd got on its feet and began roaring with enthusiasm, aware that it was witnessing something special.


Opinion

Leveling the Field
When it comes to measuring the quality of services for disabled students at UC Berkeley, it all depends on whom you talk to.

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