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Issue #640 :: Monday, November 25, 2002

Top Headlines

'We've Got The Axe'
It may not have been the most amazing, sensational, heart-rending, exciting, thrilling finish in the history of college football.

A Big Weekend
Wasn't that great? I'm not talking about the Big Game win itself, which was pretty awesome. I'm talking about us, dear Cal fans, and the maturity we showed in our contained riot Saturday afternoon.

The Axe is Back!!!
The Big Game started with a hiccup for Cal.

Mailed Ballots Missing in Runoff Election Snafu
The U.S. Postal Service delivers through rain, sleet, snow or hail.

News

'We've Got The Axe'
It may not have been the most amazing, sensational, heart-rending, exciting, thrilling finish in the history of college football.

Mailed Ballots Missing in Runoff Election Snafu
The U.S. Postal Service delivers through rain, sleet, snow or hail.

City Newspaper's Short Life Comes to an Abrupt End
The Berkeley Daily Planet printed its final issue Friday.

University Sets Date for Hearing
One of the Wheeler protesters may be facing a different sort of final examination this year.

Longtime UC Berkeley History Professor Passes Away
History professor Robert Brentano, one of UC Berkeley's longest serving scholars and a legend in the history department, died suddenly Thursday. He was 76.

Police Investigators Follow Leads in Bank Ambush
Investigators are following "substantial leads" in the Thursday ambush at a southwest Berkeley bank that left a guard dead, police said.

Berkeley Arts Center To Move to Oakland
A major Berkeley arts center is heading out of town-and it won't look back.

News in Brief
Cal Football Fans Suspected in Big Game Prank

Daily Calendar and Police Log


Photos From the Big Game



Sports

The Axe is Back!!!
The Big Game started with a hiccup for Cal.

Seniors Taste Success in Cal Finale
The 2002 edition of the Bears was dominated by seniors, and it was only fitting that the Big Game was as well.

For a Fan, the Experience of a Cal Lifetime
I watched Cal crush Baylor by 48 in the season opener, from the press box.

Cal Takes Card to Five Games in Big Spike
If the Pac-10 kept stats on moral victories, the Cal volleyball team would lead the conference by a long shot.

Last-Second Goal Dooms Cal
Six seniors trying to keep the trophy named after their late coach.

M. Hoops Conquers New Mexico to Open Season
While perhaps overshadowed by the Bears' resounding Big Game win, the Cal men's basketball team did its best to garner some attention with a road win to open its regular season Saturday.

Scarlet Knights Take Down W. Hoops
In a weekend where Cal was quite successful at eradicating the Cardinal shade of red, the Scarlet proved a tougher task.

Sports in Brief
Coughlin Smashes Three World Records


Opinion

A Big Weekend
Wasn't that great? I'm not talking about the Big Game win itself, which was pretty awesome. I'm talking about us, dear Cal fans, and the maturity we showed in our contained riot Saturday afternoon.

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