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Issue #604 :: Monday, October 14, 2002

Top Headlines

UC Clerical Workers, Lecturers Plan to Strike
Lecturers' and clerical workers' unions will begin a two-day strike today on five UC campuses-the second strike this semester.

After Dominant Start, Cal Self-Destructs
LOS ANGELES-Shoot them like a horse, right?

Saturday Night Special
It's Saturday, and midnight is fast approaching. We've got to get to Milpitas before the clock strikes 12.

Esteemed History Professor On Teaching Hiatus
UC Berkeley history professor Leon Litwack, who suffered a stroke over the summer, will not be teaching his popular history class for an undetermined amount of time, history department officials said yesterday.

News

UC Clerical Workers, Lecturers Plan to Strike
Lecturers' and clerical workers' unions will begin a two-day strike today on five UC campuses-the second strike this semester.

Esteemed History Professor On Teaching Hiatus
UC Berkeley history professor Leon Litwack, who suffered a stroke over the summer, will not be teaching his popular history class for an undetermined amount of time, history department officials said yesterday.

Council Meeting Attendee Runs For Office After Years on Sidelines
Improved infrastructure, cooperation and environmental advocacy are three things on District 4 candidate L. A. Wood's agenda.

News in Brief: Symposium Examines Reunification of Koreas
A UC Berkeley symposium Saturday brought together international experts on Korean politics to discuss the feasibility of reunifying North and South Korea.

Feature Photo: Rhythm N' Bamboo


Affordable Housing Key Issue In City Council Re-Election Bid
From protesting the bombing of Cambodia in her student days to authoring a resolution against the bombing of Afghanistan, District 4 candidate Dona Spring explores a diverse palette of local issues this election season.


Sports

After Dominant Start, Cal Self-Destructs
LOS ANGELES-Shoot them like a horse, right?

Men's Soccer: An Inch Goes a Mile Toward Extending Bears' Streak
The ball hit the post and rolled slowly into the goal. The Washington keeper pounced on it as it crossed the goal line.

Women's Soccer: Nervous Bears Just Can't Make It Happen in L.A.
The latest edition of the Cal-UCLA rivalry played out like a Hollywood script, complete with a large crowd, a dramatic goal-line stand, and a victory by the home team.

Volleyball: Cal Stuns 'Cats But Can't Sweep In Arizona
The Cal volleyball team has found a way to simultaneously exceed expectations and feel unaccomplished.

Men's Water Polo: Bears Get Pair of Important Road Wins
The Cal men's water polo team left Southern California like bandits, stealing a pair of victories and avenging prior defeat.


Opinion

Saturday Night Special
It's Saturday, and midnight is fast approaching. We've got to get to Milpitas before the clock strikes 12.

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