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March 2, 2001

Tampa Bay: March 2, 2001 Hillsborough County news
Doctor continues work after sex crime arrest
Dr. Lehel "Lee" Kadosa was the fifth person accused in a prostitution ring involving teenage girls.

Judge Alvarez leaving the bench
After presiding for 12 years over a courthouse that has seen its share of trouble, the chief judge will retire July 1.

Judge denies release after case reversal
A man remains jailed on other charges even though the "stop sign" verdict is overturned.

Evans co-defendant's tax evasion trial begins
Developer C. Hayward Chapman is charged with evading $843,957 in taxes. A conviction could mean five years in prison and a $100,000 fine.

Win streak helps softball squad turn it around
TAMPA -- With the positive results from two tournaments behind it, the USF softball team is off to the West Coast this weekend to face tough competition at the UCLA Tournament in Los Angeles.

Spartan shorts
TAMPA -- With both basketball squads ousted early from the Sunshine State Conference tournament, the watching -- and waiting -- begins.

Bulls bits
TAMPA -- After a miserable season that saw it go 4-23, the women's basketball team opens the Conference USA tournament today in Milwaukee against Cincinnati.

Art program has international flair
Associate professor of art Stephen Holm traveled to Czechoslovakia during the early 1990s for an opportunity to experience "art different from that in airports." After a few mishaps, he found instead an English speaking Czechoslovakian college student who was willing to drive him around and show him the sights.

Greeks stress academic exploits
Better known for partying and bar hopping, USF fraternity and sorority members say they take their studies seriously, too.

Campus calendar
ART: HCC's Ybor Campus Art Gallery features an exhibit by Barbra Beeler today through March 11 in the performing arts building, Room 101. The exhibit features contemporary trends in pola-color transfer photography. Beeler creates her photographs working with a 6-foot Polaroid camera. The exhibit is free. Call (813) 253-7674.

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Home and School meeting at Navity


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