Volume XXIII Number 24 ~ June 18, 1999

FrontPage Stories

Women's World Cup Takes Center Stage

San Diego To Be Represented

By John Philip Wyllie

When the third quadrennial Women's World Cup kicks off tomorrow from New Jersey's Giants Stadium, local viewers will be joining millions worldwide to witness the largest exclusively women's sporting event ever organized. Both games of tomorrows double header (televised on ABC and ESPN respectively) will have local implications. Chula Vista's Linnea Quinones (SDSU, Bonita Vista High), will be one of the eight American players capitalizing on their dual Mexican citizenship to represent Mexico. Quinones will open in the goal for Mexico as they battle highly regarded Brazil. Escondido's `96 Olympic heroine, Shannon MacMillan (San Pasqual High) is likely to come off the bench as either a forward or a midfielder for the United States in their game against Denmark.



Linnea Quinones (left) of Mexico and Julie Foudy of team USA.


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Vice President Gore Announces New Support For Communities at White House
Empowerment Conference in Texas

Hispanic Catholics Say Diocese Slighting Them
By Mark Shaffer

UCLA To Release First Major Study on the Latino Physician Shortage in California
By Diana de Cardenas
and Alan Eyerly

La Ilusión Compite con la Realidad en Ambos Lados de la Frontera — El Asesinato
de "Paco" Stanley Revela el Dominio Seductivo de la Magia
By Richard Rodriguez

Members List A Polite Name For The Pork In State Budget?
By Doug Willis

Political Notes -- Aquí y Allá:
By Daniel H. Muñoz

Noticias de Mexico

Stories

AHAA Develops The Future of Hispanic Advertising Industry

UCSD Communication Specialist Sheds Light on Kids' TV and the Fascination with
Superheroes
UCSD NEWS SERVICE

Libertarian Immigration Advocate Considering Presidential Race

Radio Bilingüe Begins Broadcast at the Mexican Border

Sylmar Company Agrees to Settle Discrimination Charges
Pacesetter, Inc. will pay seven employees more than $83,000

Lions' President Roars Through Successful Year, Welcomes Members to San Diego

Local Policymakers to Focus on Growth Solutions

$500,000 in Healthy Start Grants Awarded

What You Need To Know About Childhood Asthma
by Sandra Perez-McCraw, M.D.

Hispanic Radio Network/La Red Hispana
Por Javier Sierra
El Combate de la Década

Community Notes:

Un Minuto Con El Obispo Gilberto Chavez
Recordando Mi Ministerio

Editorials

Editorial:
SDCS On Way to Destruction

Board & Superintendent Loose Cannons!

El Foro ... The Public Forum

Tezozomoc Speaks



Etc. Etc. Etc.
Sporting news, reviews and other tid bits

Ritmo Latino
By Berenice Cisneros

At The Movies: Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
By Ted Anthony

Calendar of Events:
by Berenice Cisneros

Poet's Corner:
Forever & Ever

by Oyamel Gonzalez

Jóvenes Boxeadores Buscan Figuras Paternas Dentro y Fuera del Ring en
"In My Corner"

Martinez Ready For Wimbledon
Will Play Here in August

By J. Fred Sidhu

Mexico Faces Challenges of Biblical Proportions
By John Philip Wyllie

Chivas y Universidad Católica Participarán en la Doble Jornada del Partido de
Estrellas del MLS de 1999

1999 MLS All-Star Doubleheader to Feature Chivas and Universidad Católica

Tony Perez, Eastlake High School Baseball Standout Sings his National Letter of
Intent to the University of San Diego

Bullfight World...
by Lyn Sherwood
What an Afternoon! Cavazos Records an Indulto!

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