Carville offers UA political humor, insight
Political heavyweight James Carville, known for fierce loyalty to the Democratic party, ripped into Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr and Republican leadership at the state capitol yesterday during a speech to university student leaders.

Walton back in action
UA freshman forward Luke Walton came to Arizona with expectations of breaking into the regular rotation and helping the team immediately. The San Diego native and son of NBA and UCLA All-Star Bill Walton was called the best overall player among the six-member freshman class by UA head coach Lute Olson in the preseason but a stress fracture in his foot put his plans of playing college basketball on hold.

Editorial: Death of student union fee a victory of ideals
The latest plan to pay for the Memorial Student Union replacement was unveiled yesterday to the applause of student leaders and administrators. The new scheme, which would throw $500,000 of the UA Intercollegiate Athletic Department's hard-earned dollars at the building, replacing the long reviled idea of student fee, was cheered as "awesome," in an Arizona Daily Wildcat story yesterday. The deal, which will go before the Arizona Board of Regents this week, "thrilled" administrators.

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"Ain't that my luck. Thirty years after I graduate they finally think of something I could made an 'A' in."
James Carville referring to former Surgeon General Jocelyn Elders' comments about public schools possible advocating of the benefits of masturbation.

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