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  TODAY
November 7, 2000

 

News

Candidates, students campaign on eve of election
Popularity polls lean towards Bush; Electoral College less predictable

LSU, Reform Party members try to raise local support for Nader

Spartan surprise
San Jose State dashes Frogs’ BCS bowl hopes

New parking spaces reserved
Staff Assembly gives spots to workers

House to discuss TCU network access

Kevin Sullivan/Contra Costa Times
San Jose State fans storm the field and tear down the goal posts at Spartan Stadium after San Jose State defeated No. 9 TCU 27-24 Saturday. TCU had a 17-3 lead in the second quarter, before allowing the Spartans to score 24 consecutive points.


 

Opinion

Art exhibit provokes emotions
Abortion rights advocates, opponents need to begin discussion

Foreign policy plays decisive, difficult role in campaign

OK to go Green
Voting for Nader not a lost vote

 


 

Features

Building for a better tomorrow
Pi Kapps help construct playground for Rise, Starpoint students

 

 

Michael Davis/STAFF REPORTER
John Branagh, a sophomore advertising/public relations major, and J Cooper, a sophomore business management major, work to build a playground for the students of the Rise and Starpoint Schools on Saturday.


 

Sports

Women’s team defeats Kosice in exhibition game
Mittie says win is good, but team needs to get to foul line more

Coming out on TOP
Volley Frogs defeat Tulsa, tie all-time record for season wins

 

 

File photo
Senior guard Estell Laster goes up for a layup in a game last year against San Jose State at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. The Horned Frogs had a dress rehearsal game at the Fort Worth Convention Center Monday night against Angola. The Frogs, who defeated Angola 108-44, were led by senior center Derrick Davenport (21 points and eight rebounds) and junior college transfer Greedy Daniels who scored 17 points in 22 minutes. TCU had six players reach double figures in scoring and also forced 37 turnovers defensively. The game was a tune up for the Fort Worth Classic, set to take place at the Convention Center Dec. 28 against Texas Tech.


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Are you going to vote in the presidential elections today?

Yes: 42 No: 32 Voted: 26


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