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Wednesday November 15, 2000

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UA employee accused of murder may resume job

Pending approval of bond, Facilities Management employee could be released this week

A University of Arizona employee accused of murdering his wife will most likely return to work at the university if he is released on bond this week.

Last week, Pima County Superior Court Judge Leslie Miller lowered Facilities Management Office Specialist Ralph David McCormick's bond from $1 million to $250,000.

McCormick has $250,000 in property to post bond, and Michael Piccarreta, McCormick's defense attorney, said that they hope the judge approves it and that he is released this week.

McCormick's wife was beaten to death with a baseball bat and then burned until unrecognizable.

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Coffee talk

Dan Mathy spreads his life philosophy through conversation, caffeine

At a street corner on east side of campus, Dan Mathy listens to people - just anybody and everybody.

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UA baseball receives 10 national letters of intent

Head coach Stitt said prospects mark best recruiting class in last 5 years

Recruiting is the key to a team's future.

If the 2001-2002 Arizona baseball recruiting class is any indication of what's to come, things look good for the Wildcat baseball team.

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C'mon, enough with the mascots already

College football fans, pay attention - the Miami Angels have passed the Florida State Goodguys for the second spot in this year's Bowl Championship Series rankings. If things stay true to form, the Angels will play the Oklahoma Smiles for the National Championship in January.

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'Red Planet' bores with derivative sci-fi plot

Weak, convoluted plot makes this film as barren as Mars

Making a movie is a long and difficult process, involving hundreds of hours of effort, millions of dollars, unsurpassed patience and, in the very beginning, a great idea.

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