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Issue #833 :: Tuesday, November 18, 2003

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Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger
Promising to wrestle the state from fiscal disaster, Hollywood action hero Arnold Schwarzenegger became California's 38th governor yesterday, bringing the state's frenzied recall election to a close.

Tedford Magic & Teevens Tragic
Less than two years ago, the two Bay Area Pac-10 football programs were different in every way but one.

Sex on Tuesday: Gushing Applause
Last week I watched a video showing female ejaculation and, well, damn. First viewing: whoa, what was that? Second viewing: yup, that really happened. Third viewing: I wanna do that! But I haven't, and neither had any of the women I spoke to in preparing for this article. Damn. So I did some research. Read, assimilate and, if it appeals and you've got the proper anatomy, take it home and work on soaking the sheets with fresh loads of girl spunk.

Anti-War Protester May Get Reprieve
University officials softened the recommended sentence for one of the three UC Berkeley students convicted of disturbing the peace last month during a March anti-war protest.

News

Anti-War Protester May Get Reprieve
University officials softened the recommended sentence for one of the three UC Berkeley students convicted of disturbing the peace last month during a March anti-war protest.

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger
Promising to wrestle the state from fiscal disaster, Hollywood action hero Arnold Schwarzenegger became California's 38th governor yesterday, bringing the state's frenzied recall election to a close.

Cat-astrophe May Prompt Ordinance Revision
Neighbors reported the problem with the house on Fresno Avenue about a year ago. An animal lover, feeling sorry for a few feral cats, had begun offering them food. But the unneutered and unspayed cats began mating, and soon more than 35 cats and kittens had invaded the North Berkeley neighborhood.

Unions Tout ‘Three R's' as Solution to City's Budget Deficit
On the steps of City Hall yesterday, about a dozen representatives from local unions unveiled an ambitious three-pronged plan to end Berkeley's multimillion dollar deficit-a plan city officials say contains more flash than substance.


Sports

Tedford Magic & Teevens Tragic
Less than two years ago, the two Bay Area Pac-10 football programs were different in every way but one.

Whine Cellar: Vinny, Your Assistance is Needed
Welcome to the Whine Cellar, where we spoke last week in this space about a charity auction. At said auction, your humble guide was outbid for an authentic Cal jersey from a former star wide receiver, thus throwing a kink into my plans for Big Game spectating.

Kappitalizing on a Four-Second Eternity
Four seconds. A violent sneeze lasts longer. For Joe Kapp, however, the brief span was time enough to encapsulate his lifetime of football into one unforgettable moment.


Opinion

Editorial: An Ounce of Prevention, Worth Six Weeks of Cure
Anyone who has witnessed an ASUC Senate meeting drag into the early hours of the morning knows quite well the body has little trouble steering clear of efficent productivity.

Letters to the Editor
DAFKA Split From JSU Had Nothing To Do with Politics

Sex on Tuesday: Gushing Applause
Last week I watched a video showing female ejaculation and, well, damn. First viewing: whoa, what was that? Second viewing: yup, that really happened. Third viewing: I wanna do that! But I haven't, and neither had any of the women I spoke to in preparing for this article. Damn. So I did some research. Read, assimilate and, if it appeals and you've got the proper anatomy, take it home and work on soaking the sheets with fresh loads of girl spunk.

Editorial Cartoon by Deana Sobel


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