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Monday, October 25, 2004

UA student arrested for pie throwing

Tucson man also arrested for throwing pies at Coulter

A UA student and a 24-year-old Tucson man were arrested on three charges each, including a federal charge, after throwing pies at political speaker Ann Coulter during her speech Thursday night at Centennial Hall.

Coulter, an author and columnist, was interrupted when Phillip Edgar Smith, a 24-year-old political science senior, and William Zachary Wolff came onstage and attempted to hit her with the pies. [Read article]

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· FCS school renamed to honor alums
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· Fast facts

Why I hate 'God Bless America' photo

If there is one thing in the world of American politics that is an absolute, it is the way that a politician ends a speech. It's pretty much political dogmatic law to finish everything you say with the same three words: "God bless America."

And I hate every time someone says it.

Why do I hate this happy little adage? It's not because there's anything wrong with praying for good things to come to our country. The problem is that it's a simple manipulation, using God for personal political benefit. [Read article]

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Cats no match for No. 7 Cal

Golden Bears jump to 28-0 halftime lead

Coming into Saturday's contest with No. 7 California, the Arizona football team knew it couldn't make mistakes if it wanted to knock off a top-10 team.

The Wildcats made several costly errors, and the Golden Bears proved they are one of the nation's top teams in its 38-0 win Saturday at Arizona Stadium in front of an announced Family Weekend crowd of 52,049.

The shutout loss was Arizona's second home shutout loss in as many years and their sixth consecutive loss of head coach Mike Stoops' first season. [Read article]

· Cats no match for No. 7 Cal
· Football Analysis: Stoops' hopes mirror Cal's recent success
· Volleyball cruises past ASU at home
· Icecats open season tonight at TCC against ASU
· Soccer stumbles on road, falls 1-0 to ASU
· Tennis duo falls in finals at regionals

Latest Issue: October 14, 2004


More than 100 years before Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest," Richard Brinsley Sheridan set a precedent for witty plays about mistaken identities, meddling in idealized love and competing for amorous attentions.

"The Rivals," first produced in 1775 and considered one of the great English comedies of manners, will vie for your affection this month in the UA's Laboratory Theatre.  [ Read article]

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· 'Lights' dives into HS football
· 'Taxi' an instant American classic
· Club Crawl invades downtown
· Fiery Furnace to scorch Club Congress
· CD Reviews: R.E.M., Marilyn Manson, The Delgados
· Rating the singles
· Ingram Hill get plushy in Tucson
· Tucson palm trees and a Carbon Leaf
· Hi-Tea at the Poetry Center

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