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Issue #250 :: Thursday, November 9, 2000

Top Headlines

Bears Start on Way to San Jose
With No. 24 Santa Clara's victory over Cal Poly last night, the No. 7 Cal women's soccer team will take on the Broncos in the second round of the NCAA 2000 College Cup at 1 p.m. Saturday within the friendly confines of Edwards Stadium.

UC Offers Workers Contract
After two years of bargaining, protesting and striking, UC clerical workers announced yesterday they have reached a tentative contract agreement with the university.

Nutritional Flakes
"I'm warning you, I'm weightless.

The Little Devil Returns
Now, as your favorite film critic, I hesitate to say what I am about to

News

UC Offers Workers Contract
After two years of bargaining, protesting and striking, UC clerical workers announced yesterday they have reached a tentative contract agreement with the university.

Election Haze Leaves Students Frustrated
A full 24 hours after West Coast polls closed, Americans remain uncertain about who will be inaugurated as the 43rd President of the United States.

Commissioners Refuse City Attorney's Ruling
The Berkeley Landmarks Preservation Commission's Monday meeting became the site of a rare and heated debate as four commissioners defied the city attorney's ruling that they be disqualified from a commission vote.

Campus Cannabis Usage Escalates
UC Berkeley officials are unalarmed by a Harvard School of Public Health report that shows an increase in marijuana use on college campuses across the country.

Wall Displays Tiles of Peace Empowerment
Amid vicious violence and war across the globe, a small Berkeley activist group hopes to construct a segment of peace throughout national and international communities.

News in Brief: Underhill Protester Continues Demonstration Against Plan
Despite being arrested earlier this week, a UC Berkeley student returned to the Underhill Parking Lot yesterday to protest university plans to increase parking facilities.


Sports

Bears Start on Way to San Jose
With No. 24 Santa Clara's victory over Cal Poly last night, the No. 7 Cal women's soccer team will take on the Broncos in the second round of the NCAA 2000 College Cup at 1 p.m. Saturday within the friendly confines of Edwards Stadium.

Cal Attempts to Duck Oregon's Win Streak
It's rare when a game means so much, but can also mean so little at the very same time.

Recruits Officially Commit to Bears
When Julian Sensley, Jamal Sampson and Erik Bond gave verbal commitments to the Cal men's basketball team, the Bears got an early sign of what was to come - the signing of their National Letters of Intent.

Soccer Finishes 2000 Campaign
If only the Cal men's soccer team could get a recount on the first half of the season.

Polo Faces Crucial League Game
If there was ever a big, do-or-die weekend for the nine men's water polo teams in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation, this is it.

A Spartan Existence
Moments after the Cal football team's heartbreaking loss to Washington State in 1996, Nate Geldermann was a little upset.

Sports Briefs: Bears Hoop It Up with EA Sports
The Cal men's basketball team will play its second and final exhibition game tonight at Haas Pavilion at 7:30 p.m. against EA Sports.


Arts & Entertainment

The Little Devil Returns
Now, as your favorite film critic, I hesitate to say what I am about to

Film Gets Down and Dirty
Though hot, buttered popcorn sounded appealing as I took my seat at the

re:CDs - Old Spice
There's one important ingredient that Forever, the new album from

re:Calendar
Amazons in The Drawing Room: The Art of Romaine Brooks, through

White Space