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Issue #107 :: Tuesday, February 22, 2000

Top Headlines

Union Fees Instigate Possible Appeal, Suit
A court decision last week supporting mandatory university union fees has prompted challengers of the ruling to vow they will file an appeal and sue at least one UC union.

Growing Noise
Now in its eighth year, San Francisco's Noise Pop festival provides a week of great rock shows right in the very doldrums of winter. Last year's fest, highlighted by great performances from Creeper Lagoon and Guided By Voices, was probably its best and most wide-ranging yet.

Bears Suffer Massacre at Maples
STANFORD - If there was ever any doubt about the margin of defeat Saturday afternoon, all you had to do was listen.

Controversial Law Faces Renewal
The Berkeley City Council is expected to decide tonight whether to renew an ordinance banning people from lying on sidewalks and limiting the number of dogs allowed to cohabitate on city blocks.

News

Union Fees Instigate Possible Appeal, Suit
A court decision last week supporting mandatory university union fees has prompted challengers of the ruling to vow they will file an appeal and sue at least one UC union.

Controversial Law Faces Renewal
The Berkeley City Council is expected to decide tonight whether to renew an ordinance banning people from lying on sidewalks and limiting the number of dogs allowed to cohabitate on city blocks.

Council Looks to Draw High-Tech Businesses
In an attempt to attract more small and high-tech businesses to the area, the Berkeley City Council is expected to consider two measures tonight that would develop new business-friendly programs and policies.

Internet Registry May Reduce Bike Theft
In an effort to combat bicycle theft in Berkeley and around the country, a new local Internet company has begun offering an online bike registry service.

News in Brief: Charges Against Liberation Front Members Not Dismissed
An Oakland judge overruled Friday a motion to dismiss criminal contempt charges against third world Liberation Front members for disrupting a courtroom in October.


Sports

Bears Suffer Massacre at Maples
STANFORD - If there was ever any doubt about the margin of defeat Saturday afternoon, all you had to do was listen.

Beating Needs to Haunt Cal
STANFORD - Sometimes the best lessons come hard.

Cal Can't Cut Down Card
It was like watching a whole new team.

Waves Swamp Baseball in SoCal
Even in Malibu, the Cal baseball team could not escape the rain.

Stanford Bests Swimmers but Cal Finishes Strong
Every year there is the rivalry to consider. But rivalries tend to become bogged down in tradition and mean something only to a zealous few.

Flores Cardinal's On-Court Catalyst
With a little under five minutes left in a game that was already over, Shavaki Jackson was breaking to an unguarded basket and was in position to receive an up-court pass that would give her the opportunity for her easiest two points of the night.

Tennis Starts Pac-10 Play With Hellman Split
After the final ball was hit Saturday, the Washington tennis team's Andy Posavac sat, head buried in a towel, in tears.


Arts & Entertainment

Growing Noise
Now in its eighth year, San Francisco's Noise Pop festival provides a week of great rock shows right in the very doldrums of winter. Last year's fest, highlighted by great performances from Creeper Lagoon and Guided By Voices, was probably its best and most wide-ranging yet.

The Insides Of Out

And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside Out

White Space