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Issue #609 :: Monday, October 21, 2002

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Greek System Given Money To Raise Money
Two fashion shows and two student calendars are the new philanthropic investments of the ASUC Senate.

Off the Beat: As You Like It
A friend once told me that his mother derives great enjoyment from his dad's long toenails.

Cal Defense Smothers UCLA
As the crowd poured onto the Memorial Stadium turf, Cal players were buried amid throngs of joyous Bears fans.

UC Berkeley Panel Probes Cause of Deadly Bali Blast
Editor's Note: In Monday's article "UC Berkeley Panel Probes Cause of Deadly Bali Blast," the article incorrectly stated that members at a panel, including UC Berkeley professor Jeffrey Hadler, said the United States may have had an active role in carrying out last week's bombing of an Indonesian night club. Hadler and the other panelists actually said some Indonesian groups have alleged U.S. involvement in the blast as a possibility. At this time, there is no actual evidence supporting these claims by some Indonesian groups.

News

Greek System Given Money To Raise Money
Two fashion shows and two student calendars are the new philanthropic investments of the ASUC Senate.

UC Berkeley Panel Probes Cause of Deadly Bali Blast
Editor's Note: In Monday's article "UC Berkeley Panel Probes Cause of Deadly Bali Blast," the article incorrectly stated that members at a panel, including UC Berkeley professor Jeffrey Hadler, said the United States may have had an active role in carrying out last week's bombing of an Indonesian night club. Hadler and the other panelists actually said some Indonesian groups have alleged U.S. involvement in the blast as a possibility. At this time, there is no actual evidence supporting these claims by some Indonesian groups.

Religious Groups' Practices Worry Some on Campus
UC Berkeley sophomore Hanesther Kim says although she left a "high-pressure" religious group after a short time, others who spend more time with the group may have been "manipulated" by its ideas.

Local Elections: Mayor Touts Eight-Year Reign In Tight Bid to Keep Office
Standing tall at 4 feet 11 inches, Berkeley Mayor Shirley Dean says she has never felt intimidated because of her height.

City Issues 2002: Labor Organizer Weighs in on Coffee Measure
Passage of the coffee initiative on the November ballot would significantly improve the lives of coffee farmers around the world, said Dolores Huerta, co-founder of the country's first farm workers' union.

Feature Photo: Exultant Joy



Sports

Cal Defense Smothers UCLA
As the crowd poured onto the Memorial Stadium turf, Cal players were buried amid throngs of joyous Bears fans.

Men's Soccer: On the Road, Bears Break Streak Record and Streak Itself
Or, if you're the Cal men's soccer team, you win nine, then you lose one.

Women's Volleyball: Cal Rebounds in Second Match to Down Another Ranked Team
Allen Iverson may be right. Practice just might be overrated.

Women's Soccer: Weekend Sweep Sum of Schott's Efforts
Whenever Laura Schott gets hot, that's when. Schott's two goals and two assists added up to two crucial conference victories over the weekend.

Water Polo Can't Beat the Curve Against UCLA
The Cal men's water polo team deserves an A for effort for the scoring sprees that brought down opponents UC Santa Cruz and Santa Clara in back-to-back games yesterday.

Women's Golf: Bears Take Down Nation's Best at Stanford
In only its eighth year of existence, the Cal women's golf team has already established itself as a force in the Pac-10.

Sports in Brief: Tennis Teams Doubly Victorious
The Cal men's and women's tennis teams got maximum results from minimum input this weekend, sending a total of five players to their respective tournaments and claiming two titles.

UCLA vs. Cal Photos



Opinion

Off the Beat: As You Like It
A friend once told me that his mother derives great enjoyment from his dad's long toenails.

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