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Issue #129 :: Monday, March 20, 2000

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Gun Company Agrees to Safety Standards
President Clinton spoke with Berkeley Mayor Shirley Dean and other city officials from around the country Friday to announce the settlement of a lawsuit with a major gun manufacturer.

Looking for Gay Love?
Have you ever heard of this crazy little thing called "Lovegety?" It is an electronic device designed to score you dates. The small, pager-sized device was introduced to fad-obsessed Japanese teenagers in Japan about two years ago.

Bears Set World Record at NCAAs
It's a big planet, in the scheme of things. Six billion or so people live on it. Of those six billion, only one person - or relay - can hold a world record at a time.

Third Person Indicted in Landlord Sex Case
A federal grand jury indicted a third person last week in connection with the case of Berkeley landlord Lakireddy Bali Reddy, who allegedly brought several Indian girls into the United States for sex.

News

Gun Company Agrees to Safety Standards
President Clinton spoke with Berkeley Mayor Shirley Dean and other city officials from around the country Friday to announce the settlement of a lawsuit with a major gun manufacturer.

Third Person Indicted in Landlord Sex Case
A federal grand jury indicted a third person last week in connection with the case of Berkeley landlord Lakireddy Bali Reddy, who allegedly brought several Indian girls into the United States for sex.

Grad Students Vie for ASUC Profit Share
A Graduate Assembly representative is expected to file a petition today in response to the ASUC Senate's failure to allow a proposition on the Spring ballot that would divert one-third of ASUC store profits to the assembly.

Meet the UC Regents
Editor's Note: This is the first in a five-part series examining the UC Board of Regents.

Symposium Honors Late Lecturer's Musical Exploits
Bay Area music lovers and critics gathered on campus Saturday to honor a musician credited with establishing the piano as a solo jazz instrument.

News in Brief: Students Receive Infractions For Interrupting Hearing
More than 20 former third world Liberation Front members Friday received infractions for disturbing the peace for storming a courtroom in October.


Sports

Bears Set World Record at NCAAs
It's a big planet, in the scheme of things. Six billion or so people live on it. Of those six billion, only one person - or relay - can hold a world record at a time.

Bats Bury 'Cats With 51 Runs
Things didn't seem to be on track for the Cal baseball team yesterday morning.

Polo Needs No Luck In Pair of Victories
But then again, with the way the Cal women's water polo team has been playing, a single clover probably wouldn't have done the trick for Long Beach State and San Diego State this past St. Patrick's Day weekend. They needed a whole field full of them.

Cal Clobberings Continue
If this weekend's Cal Invitational was any indication of the way the Bears will perform when postseason play rolls around, the other 15 teams playing in the national championship tournament may want to rethink taking the trip.

Sniping Bears Gallop by Gaels
With under 10 minutes to play and her team leading by eight points, Laura Kado was all smiles as the enthusiastic crowd at Memorial Stadium cheered her on and asked for more Saturday.

Fatigued Cal Squad Shaves Razorbacks
After playing two consecutive matches earlier in the week, it wouldn't have been too much of a shock if the Cal women's tennis team looked a little bit fatigued against Arkansas yesterday.

Bears Return to Form in Capital Classic
Last week following the Cal softball team's loss to Utah, Bears coach Diane Ninemire outlined her recipe for a championship-caliber squad.

Crew Leaves Tar Heels in Its Wake
OAKLAND - The Cal women's crew team rebounded from a rocky start to defeat North Carolina in its first race of the season at the Oakland Estuary Saturday.


Opinion

Looking for Gay Love?
Have you ever heard of this crazy little thing called "Lovegety?" It is an electronic device designed to score you dates. The small, pager-sized device was introduced to fad-obsessed Japanese teenagers in Japan about two years ago.

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