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NEWS
Friday, November 7, 2003

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photo ╬Fandemonium' follows victory

The UA football team may not have a chance to play in the Rose Bowl ¸ or any bowl game, for that matter ¸ and can't finish its season with a winning record.

But none of that mattered after Saturday's Homecoming victory over the Washington Huskies.

Hoards of fans stormed the gates and poured onto the Arizona Stadium turf during the waning moments of the Wildcats' second win of the year, a 27-22 upset win that sophomore running back Mike Bell called the best he's ever been a part of. [Read article]

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All ages attend 74th annual Homecoming Parade

Families and friends lounged on the Mall and children took their places on the curbs, waiting for one thing Saturday afternoon ¸ the annual Homecoming Parade.

The smell of barbeque and the sound of disc jockey mixes within the cluster of Mall tents ushered in the 74th Homecoming Parade.

According to Angie Kebric, Bobcats Senior Honorary Homecoming awards chair, 32 floats participated, in addition to the cars and other non-float parade entries. [Read article]

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photo Alumni return to a brand new 'U'

More students involved in Homecoming

Mary Hines from the class of 1951 has attended over 20 Homecomings, but she doesn't necessarily come for the spirited parades and bonfires.

Hines, a former member of the UA women's tennis team, said she has ulterior motives. [Read article]

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photo Homecoming parade floats through campus

Homecoming just wouldn't be Homecoming without the colorful parade that snakes through campus each year, and campus clubs have been working overtime to make this year's parade entries the best they can be.

The parade, which hits the streets at 1 p.m. tomorrow, will follow in the footsteps of Homecoming parades past, as 25 floats built by various alumni and student organizations circle the UA Mall along with classic entries like the "Pride of Arizona" marching band and a collection of smiling VIPs, including Homecoming royalty and President Peter Likins. [Read article]

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