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Issue #579 :: Monday, September 9, 2002

Top Headlines

Football: Bears Tully Second Win
Joe was red hot. Banta-Cain was sack hungry. The crowd was pom-pom happy.

Five Lose Dorm Jobs After Holding Parties With Alcohol
Several UC Berkeley resident assistants were fired the night before move-in day last month for holding parties with alcohol in their dorm rooms.

Your Revolution's Over
Forget what you've heard. Berkeley politics is not about Afghanistan.

Prostitution at Massage Parlors Target of Stringent Council Provision
Prostitution at local massage parlors may be eliminated by a provision under consideration by the Berkeley City Council.

News

News in Brief: U.S. Funds Sought in Tree Disease
A Bay Area U.S. representative has introduced a bill that would provide $70 million for combating Sudden Oak Death.

Feature Photo: Minstrel for Two


Prostitution at Massage Parlors Target of Stringent Council Provision
Prostitution at local massage parlors may be eliminated by a provision under consideration by the Berkeley City Council.

Former Vice Presidential Hopeful Says Tribes' Welfare in Peril
Native American tribes are being shut out of the profitable wild rice market, said former vice presidential candidate Winona LaDuke in a speech at UC Berkeley Friday.

Campus Pool Closure a Splash in Swimmers' Eyes
The serenity of Strawberry Canyon was shattered yesterday as community members vented their frustrations about UC Berkeley's decision to close some of its pools for six months.

Five Lose Dorm Jobs After Holding Parties With Alcohol
Several UC Berkeley resident assistants were fired the night before move-in day last month for holding parties with alcohol in their dorm rooms.

News Analysis: Patriotism Clouds Choice for Memorial
A flurry of decisions late last week over the color of ribbons to be distributed at the Sept. 11 memorial revealed a deeply divided campus. Moreover, it raised the controversial question of how to memorialize the tragedies of the past year.


Sports

Cross Country: Cal Climbs to Top at Season Opener
After finishing last in the Pac-10 Championships last season, Cal's cross country teams began this season with a win over San Jose State in the Berkeley Invitational Saturday.

Men's Soccer: Missed Opportunities Cost Cal Weekend Sweep
In soccer, as in life, there is nothing more frustrating than inability to score when the opportunities abound.

Football: Bears Tully Second Win
Joe was red hot. Banta-Cain was sack hungry. The crowd was pom-pom happy.

Women's Soccer: Bears Take Out No. 3 Texas A&M
The Cal women's soccer team seemed to learn its lesson this weekend about capitalizing on opportunities.

Volleyball Extends Perfect Start
Six matches into the season, the Cal volleyball team has been perfect, literally.


Opinion

Your Revolution's Over
Forget what you've heard. Berkeley politics is not about Afghanistan.

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