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Issue #159 :: Monday, May 8, 2000

Top Headlines

Absence of Permit Restricts Liqour
Bear's Lair regulars had to drown their sorrows indoors Friday as alcohol can no longer be consumed on the complex's West Patio.

Hello and Goodbye
Greeting behavior occurs in every society on earth. Human greeting behavior is fundamental in initiating communication between people and serving to establish and reaffirm the relationships of those engaged in interaction, at least according to "Comparative Ecology and the Behavior of Primates."

Cal's Triumphant 10th in Tampa
TAMPA, Fla. - How do you spell dominance?

Senator Supports Safety Efforts at Local High School
U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer has joined efforts to step up security at Berkeley High School following a string of arsons.

News

Absence of Permit Restricts Liqour
Bear's Lair regulars had to drown their sorrows indoors Friday as alcohol can no longer be consumed on the complex's West Patio.

Senator Supports Safety Efforts at Local High School
U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer has joined efforts to step up security at Berkeley High School following a string of arsons.

City Staff Expected to Rule on Canine Freedom
The Berkeley City Council is expected to decide tomorrow night whether Berkeley's dogs can continue to run wild and free in Cesar Chavez Park.

Boalt Hall Student Continues Vigil in Campus Lot
Rick Young is a law student, not a postman, but neither rain, snow, heat nor gloom of night can keep him out of Underhill Parking Lot.

News in Brief: Mayor Proposes Banning City Meetings on Religious Holidays
Responding to criticism from religious groups, Mayor Shirley Dean has proposed a measure for tomorrow's City Council meeting that would prohibit public meetings on major religious holidays.


Sports

Cal's Triumphant 10th in Tampa
TAMPA, Fla. - How do you spell dominance?

Nobody Does It Better
TAMPA, Fla. - Excellence was performed, personified and defined here, in the most unlikely and desolate of places.

UCLA Drowns Cal's Title Hopes
INDIANAPOLIS - After all the trouble it took to get the Cal flag out to the Collegiate Water Polo Championships in Indianapolis, Bears mic-man Chad Smith did not get a chance to wave it proud and high in the Natatorium at the conclusion of the championship game.

Bruins Put Baseball in Postseason Jeopardy
Josh Canales left a dent on the Cal baseball team's battle-tested armor yesterday afternoon.

Sports Briefs: Lawson Helps Braun Boulster Backcourt
After adding some much-needed depth to his frontline, Cal men's basketball coach Ben Braun solidified the future of his backcourt last Thursday with the signing of combo guard Michael Lawson.

Bears Weather Tough Road Trip
Death and taxes. Two things every American can count on. No matter what you do - unless you can find some way to sidestep the laws of the U.S. government or the laws of science - you have to face them eventually. It's inevitable.


Opinion

Hello and Goodbye
Greeting behavior occurs in every society on earth. Human greeting behavior is fundamental in initiating communication between people and serving to establish and reaffirm the relationships of those engaged in interaction, at least according to "Comparative Ecology and the Behavior of Primates."

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