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Fake IDs not just for college kids


Ashley Lowery / THE STATE PRESS
Barbara Hubbs, 24, of Mesa, signs in at the Mill Cue Club on Friday night. Doorman Alan Halter, a communications senior, said if he isn't 100 percent sure an ID is valid, a patron must sign in.
Not old enough to get into a bar? Get a fake.

It's advice students give to each other, or that they might even get from friends or relatives.

But fake IDs are more than just a way to get into The Library Bar and Grill on a Friday night. They can be used by illegal immigrants or even terrorists to obtain employment and services in the United States.

Sun Devil Stadium to host Insight Bowl

The Tempe City Council and Valley of the Sun Bowl Foundation announced Thursday that the Insight Bowl will move to Tempe's Sun Devil Stadium in 2006 for an 8-year run. A contract formalizing the deal is expected to be signed next Tuesday.

Next stop: Union Station

Students will soon get to buy Sparky toys and put money on their Sun Cards in the same store.

Union Station, a satellite of the ASU Bookstore, is set to open this fall in the basement of the Memorial Union. The store will occupy the former location of Rita's Hallmark Gift Shop.
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SPORTS

New softball coach hires assistant

It didn't take newly hired ASU softball coach Clint Myers long to find an assistant.

With Robert Wagner's credentials, a lot of time wasn't needed.

Wagner became the first addition to Myers' new coaching staff on July 5, less than one week after Myers was introduced as the softball coach at ASU.
SPORTS

Sun Devils learned from early mistakes

ASU baseball coach Pat Murphy always had a plan.

It was a plan with its share of critics, but one with which Murphy stood firm.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

'Murderball' stars dream of Beijing

The acclaimed documentary film, "Murderball" is about the triumphs and tribulations of the USA's quad-rugby team, and their road to the Athens Paralympics from last year. I interviewed two of the costars and players on Team USA, Scott Hogsett (SH), an ASU alum and Andy Cohn (AC), an Arizona native.
MOVIES

'Fantastic Four'... Not so fantastic

There have been a lot of films lately that have focused on comic book heroes. Such films as "Spiderman," and "Batman Begins" helped the superhero image, while "Daredevil," "Hulk" and now "Fantastic Four" have all ended up being superhero flops.
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