Volume 90
Number 6
August 28, 1996

sports SECTION
After two seasons of building a solid team, the Arizona women's soccer team is looking to senior co-captain Christine Keeley to help it make an impact this season.

Keeley, a 5-foot-3 forward who was a four-year letter winner at Salpointe Catholic High School in Tucson, is ready to give her all this season.

"I can't hold back," Keeley said. "We've got the talent to do it this season."

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    That means students have a lot of options when trying to decide where to put their money as they begin college.

  • [vote] Reports circulating around the political campfire in Arizona are suggesting that the state's electoral college may carry its first Democratic presidential candidate in nearly 50 years.

    Arizona last voted for a Democrat in 1948. In that year, Harry Truman became president. In this year's presidential election, Democratic incumbent Bill Clinton, 50, is being challenged by Republican Bob Dole, 76.

    A poll conducted earlier this month in Maricopa County, a predominantly Republican area, showed Clinton with a 19 percentage point lead over Dole.