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Monday November 20, 2000

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ABOR to hold retreat to discuss Prop. 301 fund allocation

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$45 to $50 million for state universities needs more planning before action

Allocation of Proposition 301 funds is still up in the air.

After 45 minutes of discussion, the Arizona Board of Regents decided to hold a special meeting after doing more research on where the funds should go.

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Woods suspended for six games, pending appeal

Undisclosed NCAA violation keeps center in Tucson during Maui Invitational

Senior center Loren Woods of the UA men's basketball team has been suspended for six games for an undisclosed National Collegiate Athletic Association infraction, pending an appeal.

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UA volleyball wins first Pac-10 title

Victory sweet for seniors, Rubio

Rubio Since the inception of women's volleyball in the Pacific 10 Conference,

only Stanford and UCLA have won conference titles.

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Tomey facing fourth-and-long

Dick Tomey certainly has amassed some impressive accomplishments during his 13 plus years as the head coach of the UA football team.

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'Requiem' offers a moving indictment of drug addiction

"Pi" director Aronofsky displays technical, cinematic talents in lyrical new film

Big-name actors, like the Julia Robertses and Tom Cruises of the world, are often the primary draw used to entice audiences to the theater.

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Quotable: Monday November 20, 2000

"I was a firefighter for years, and this was an absolute farce. They had no idea what was going on. Not a single employee knew what they were doing."

- Jim Gaddis, a guest at the Marriott's Vail Mountain Resort hotel in Vail, Colo. that caught on fire. Guests complained of confusion during the excavation.

Corrections: Monday November 20, 2000

Due to a reporting error in Thursday's article "Built up, torn down, renamed," the original Pima Hall was reported as being built as a women's co-operative dorm in 1940.

However, the North Hall was renamed Pima Hall in 1913 and became a women's dormitory.

The new name was the result of a former UA president, Arthur Herbert Wilde, who recommended that dorms be named for Arizona counties.

The Wildcat regrets the error.