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Monday, November 8, 2004

Three shot Friday

Three people in their 20s were shot near Maloney's Bar, a popular college hangout, early Friday morning after a confrontation broke out behind the building.

Two separate shootings also took place that morning shortly after bars closed. A conflict at Maloney's, 213 N. Fourth Ave., turned into a shooting behind the bar at North Herbert Avenue and East Seventh Street shortly after the bar closed at 2 a.m.

Michael Zepeda, 22, was taken to University Medical Center after the shooting for life-threatening injuries, said Sgt. Marco Borboa, Tucson Police Department spokesman. Zepeda was in stable condition yesterday morning, but last night a UMC public information officer said she could not find his records, which means he was released. [Read article]

· Tucsonans take to the streets to commemorate dead, celebrate life
· Magazine scam targets students
· College of Law begins fund-raising campaign
· Pageant kicks off heritage month
· Musicians prepare to battle on the Mall
· Fast facts

Queer eye for the 'values' guy photo

Last week's election proved one thing: No matter how bad the issues facing our country become, nothing will motivate many Americans to act in our democracy quite like the fear of seeing boys kissing boys. In a time when the economy has been struggling, the gap between the rich and the poor is widening, health care costs are skyrocketing, and more than 1,100 troops have died in Iraq, apparently "moral values" are most important in voting for our president. [Read article]

· Guest Commentary: Ua Still Better Than Asu
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Soccer wins 1st Pac-10 crown


The No. 10 UA soccer team's quest for its first conference title may have taken a few detours during the final weekend of league play, but the Wildcats still managed to finish right on course and are now the newest leaders of the Pac-10.

Arizona (15-5, 6-3 Pacific 10 Conference) finished its regular season with a share of its first-ever Pac-10 Championship, after the Wildcats registered a 2-0 victory over Oregon (3-13, 0-7-2) in Eugene, Ore., yesterday afternoon. [Read article]

· Men's hoops blows out Team Georgia
· Volleyball jumps above .500 with home sweep
· Icecats can't crack Weber State in loss, tie
· Both Wildcat tennis squads falter early at ITA indoor championships

Latest Issue: November 4, 2004


Carousels remind most of us of childhood days at the carnival and fighting with siblings over who got to ride which animal. However, Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Carousel," - which will be put on by the Arizona Repertory Theatre - does not follow traditional musical styles when it touches on much deeper and realistic issues.

"It's a dark story. The lead character is a wife-beater. It's about where relationships can go and how people can redeem themselves," said director and theatre arts professor Harold Dixon.  [ Read article]

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