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Debate puts ASU at center stage


Aldei Gregoire
Aldei Gregoire/THE STATE PRESS

Wednesday’s debate will be held at Gammage Auditorium .
After nearly two years of planning, ASU is one day away from bringing the third and final presidential debate home to Gammage Auditorium. The audience inside Gammage will number only a few hundred, but millions more will watch on televisions around the world as John Kerry and George Bush debate domestic issues.

For more debate coverage, click the Election 2004 link on the left side of the page.

Man identified in Tempe Town Lake death

Tempe police said Thursday they had positively identified the man who was found dead in Tempe Town Lake as 26-year-old Eric Pelton, a Tucson resident.

Pelton's friends reported him missing on Sunday, said Sgt. Dan Masters, Tempe police spokesman.

ASU fight song composer dies

Between arranging songs and writing marching band pieces, composer Albert Oliver Davis still made time to write songs for his granddaughter Audrey Wright.

"He would write solos just for me," Wright said. "He was the most wonderful person I have ever met."
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SPORTS

Devils hope to forget USC by taking out the Bruins on Saturday


Adam Flath
Adam Flath/THE STATE PRESS

Junior tailback Hakim Hill runs with the ball on Sept. 25 against Oregon State.
After being humiliated by No. 1 USC, the ASU football team resembled a bunch of lifeless tackling dummies that had just been pounded into the turf.

After scraping themselves off the field, the Sun Devils' faces were long and their attitudes seemed disillusioned.
VOLLEYBALL

Rivalry takes to the hardwood

After suffering its worst defeat of the season against NAU on Tuesday, the ASU volleyball team needs a short-term memory, as it visits No. 23 Arizona at McKale Center in Tucson tonight.

The Sun Devils (8-9, 3-5) traveled to Flagstaff, intent on moving over the .500 mark for the first time in almost a month, but came away smarting after being swept in three games by the Lumberjacks. Now, the team will try to put that behind it when it faces the Wildcats.
SOCCER

Revitalized soccer to face the Wildcats

The No. 16 Arizona Wildcats (12-3-0, 3-1-0) come to Sun Devil Soccer Stadium tonight to face the revitalized ASU women's soccer squad in a contest that sees the Pac-10's first and second place teams take the same field. This will be the first meeting this season between the in-state rivals, but ASU holds an 8-0-1 advantage in the all-time series.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Three degrees of unemployment


Andrew Benson
You've just spent $20,000 dollars on your college education. You're in your last semester and about ready to receive your diploma. But, there's a huge chance you'll still be working as a server, at some sports bar in Tempe, serving burgers and beers, to grumpy old men.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Flu season fix

It's about that time of year again, when sneezes and sniffles overpower the sounds of professors' voices. Grab your Kleenex; it's going to be a bumpy cold season. Due to a national shortage, flu vaccines at ASU are non-existant. But Dr. Stephanie Schroeder, chief of medical staff at the Student Health and Wellness Center, says the center is stocking up on Amantidine, which acts as a flu vaccine, and speeds up the healing process.
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