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Issue #615 :: Tuesday, October 29, 2002

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Sex on Tuesday: Penis Play
It seems like the perfect night-a great evening with the object of your affection culminating in the musical "zzzip" of your pants being undone. Smugly, you sit back, relax and prepare to be blown away, only to be greeted by a shriek of "What on earth is that thing?" and your little guy is already retracting into nature's turtleneck like an sociopathic tortoise.

Field Hockey Tops Tigers in Home Finale
Pacific brought the sunshine along with them.

Wheeler Protesters Have Their Day in Court
OAKLAND-An Alameda court judge heard statements from attorneys representing UC and the Wheeler Hall protesters yesterday, although he did not issue a ruling.

Katz's Victory Would Benefit Both Students and Residents
The next District 8 City Council member must have the ability to represent both the district's student and well-to-do homeowner populations.

News

News in Brief: Judge Postpones Imprisoned Landlord's Hearing
OAKLAND-A judge indefinitely postponed a hearing yesterday that would have considered reducing a Berkeley landlord's eight-year sentence for importing girls for cheap labor and sex.

Feature Photo: Emergency Entrance Only


Wheeler Protesters Have Their Day in Court
OAKLAND-An Alameda court judge heard statements from attorneys representing UC and the Wheeler Hall protesters yesterday, although he did not issue a ruling.

Local Elections: Candidate Faces Tight District 8 Race
With little support from either of Berkeley's dominant political factions, City Council candidate Anne Wagley is building her campaign on promoting mass transit and preserving neighborhood and historic sites.

Local Elections: Physician Seeks Cure for Berkeley Education
A graduate of the Boalt Hall School of Law, Lance Montauk wants to take part in Berkeley education once again-but this time as a candidate for the Berkeley Board of Education.

City Rent Board, ASUC Join to Promote Tenants' Rights
A leaky roof. Broken smoke detectors. Damaged plumbing systems.


Sports

Field Hockey Tops Tigers in Home Finale
Pacific brought the sunshine along with them.

Cal Makes Waves in Dallas, Stockton Over Weekend
Reports about the Cal women's swimming team have sounded like a broken record for going on three years now.

Men's Water Polo: Bears Extend Win Streak to Four, Sweep SoCal Trip
While the Giants and the Angels were playing to decide the World Series Sunday, the Cal men's water polo team was on a bus ride home from its second Southern California swing.

Sports in Brief: Kops-Jones Advances To National Indoors
Raquel Kops-Jones claimed the title of the 2002 ITA Northwest Regionals, topping No. 16 Alice Barnes of Stanford, 7-6, 3-6, 6-1, in the final match Sunday.

Athlete of the Week



Opinion

Sex on Tuesday: Penis Play
It seems like the perfect night-a great evening with the object of your affection culminating in the musical "zzzip" of your pants being undone. Smugly, you sit back, relax and prepare to be blown away, only to be greeted by a shriek of "What on earth is that thing?" and your little guy is already retracting into nature's turtleneck like an sociopathic tortoise.

Katz's Victory Would Benefit Both Students and Residents
The next District 8 City Council member must have the ability to represent both the district's student and well-to-do homeowner populations.

Letters to the Editor
ASUC Executive's Actions Warrant Formal Censure

Editorial Cartoon by Deana Sobel


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