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Holding on to the Past
[news] Genia Lypeska was good at math and geography. The teachers loved her handwriting so much she was often asked to come to the chalkboard to write. She was 12 years old when the Nazi army invaded her hometown of Sosniavitz, Poland - a border town near Germany. The year was 1939, and her father was already forced to quit his textile business where he and his wife worked together to help support their seven children. "We had a happy good life," said Lypeska, who's last name has since changed to Spitzer.

The Heart & Soul
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Five games into the season, the Arizona defense was staggering along. But deep down a fire was still burning inside and that fire exploded against USC last week as Arizona hammered the Trojans' rushing attack, which finished with -20 yards. A big part of that resurgence was the play of senior linebackers Marcus Bell (9 tackles, 1 interception) and DaShon Polk (5 tackles, 2 sacks). In retrospect though, both players are still dissatisfied.

Pokemon Racketeers
[news] What serves as a basis for a good lawsuit today? Apparently not much. Lawyer Alan Hock and the Spiegler family announced that they plan to sue Nintendo on charges of illegal gambling and racketeering under RICO, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, for the Pokemon card game.

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Move over Orville Redenbacher - a different kind of corn has come to town. Kettle Corn, a popular snack at festivals nationwide, has made its debut at the University of Arizona thanks to the entrepreneurial efforts of Mike Ladenburg, 21, and Arno Bergstrom, 20, both UA juniors.

Quotable:
"While I am not presently in a position to comment on the work of this grand jury, I do know one fact: a little girl was brutally murdered in Boulder, Colorado, and the killer or killers remain free today."

-Colorado Gov. Bill Owens, commenting on a grand jury‚s decision yesterday to end the investigation into the murder of 6-year-old JonBenet Ramsey.

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