Daily O'Collegian, 1999-12-03
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bear trap jfip' op it fffiflwi a&kr cloudy the oklahoma state cowgirls jgbfcyfr "protest is an important piiiiih l high: 63 defeated southwest missouri s part of our national her- m f xi?,m p sss low: 45 66-58 thursday night in wt a itage. these are rights 1 mffflh saturday: showers, h58, l42 gallagher-iba arena. d"f yd? uw be mfffhi su"day; rain-h5 l36 sports, page 6 ' opinion, 4 wlmi monda: cloud h54' l31 university stiuayateu, okla yol. 105 no. 74. newsstand piuce 25 cents wwwocoijxokstate.edii friday, december 3. 1999 winter spirit hollie deaao'collegian jenny williamson, hotel and restaurant junior, makes snowflakes thursday afternoon in parker hall. all across campus students are getting into the holiday spirit by decorating. v national news osu students involved in seattle protests photo provided police in riot gear take their positions the middle of a downtown seattle street. three osu students were among 40,000 people protesting world trade organization's conference seattle. stillwater trio part of 40,000 people in opposition wto by brittanie hqofard staff writer three oklahoma state university students were among nearly protesters who succeeded tuesday preventing world trade organization delegates from meeting seattle. jill lawler. political science, psychology and sociology sophomore, erin lawler, sam nevels, science "people are senior, flew to angered that seattle on . saturday our democra-protest the tic ways global being ,a,ks- repealed l a b 0 .r unions, envi- ronmentalists behind human closed rights advo- doors" cates opposed wto's agenda liberalize e,in lmw,er trade, claiming osu student free agreements will lead breakdown environmental protection laws. democratic please see students, page 2 around town police still searching for suspect in shooting possible assailant described as a black male, 25-30 years old with medium build by emmy burdette police reporter stillwater are still searching for suspect in the fatal shooting of a stillwater man monday night. floyd thomas paeyeneers, 25, was shot multiple times at his 619 s. mcdonald st. residence by an unknown person. paeyeneers and wife were in bed just before midnight when answered knock door, said police department capt. ron thrasher. paeyeneers' next heard gunshots, she found her. husband lying inside front door. he was later pronounced dead at stillwater medical center. police are searching for an unknown man who had been the house asking money less than hour before shooting. thrasher said. is described as a black male, 25-30 years old, medium build, short hair, between 5 feet inches and 6 tall. last seen wearing wind pants waist-length, gray, fuzzy coat. no arrests have been made and there are suspects in the case, thrasher said. said six individuals "who known to be begging for money" were interviewed police "visiting with acquaintances of victim." x urging anyone knowledge incident contact authorities immediately. local news silent auction to benefit aids patients proceeds will be used to provide money for shelter, food and transportation by ayanna bell "contributing writer most college students are racking their brains this week as they try study finals, or scrounging around cars couches that little bit of extra change buy christmas gifts loved ones. but others have a different, more sobering topic on minds: aids. is aids awareness week, dec. i marked world day. the community network sponsor its fourth annual angel silent auction from 2-4 p.m. 5, at stillwater center 8th duck. rrioney treatment, people afflicted with hiv v aids and their families. "we receive no help from united way," said mary ruth anderson, one of the original organizers community network. don't have anything to us except for donations." although there is a significant angel theme in name auction, will also be other types items available bidding, such as gift certificates stillwater merchants, candy, handmade objects, christmas decorations strand cultured pearls donated by jackson diamond jewelers. dr. alice gambill, orga- angel silent p auction for aids what: aids. why: proceeds will provide money shelter, food, etc. people affected with hiv. when: at stillwater community center from 2-4 p.m. on dec. 5. nizer of the silent auction, said angels were chosen as predominant theme for auctions because, "an angel is someone who helps not necessarily because they know them, but that erson is in need of help." a musical trio called aeolian will perform at the auction sunday. "i think it an excellent cause," said tina ahem, one two violists group. "it's important to help people all year round, but tend about more this time year." tulsa names project has loaned its acclaimed aids quilt for fourth year. "they usually receive honorarium loan, we have had (the quilt) every year," anderson. short candlelight ceremony and moment silence 3:30 p.m. commemorate world aids day. "world day is on dec. 1, but we hold the auction sunday afternoons as close to possible," i anderson said.
|Title||Daily O'Collegian, 1999-12-03|
|Subject||Oklahoma State University-Students-Newspapers; College student newspapers and periodicals-Oklahoma; Stillwater, (Okla.)-Newspapers|
|Description||The student-run newspaper at Oklahoma State University from 1924 -|
|Publisher||Stillwater, OK; Oklahoma State University, 1924 -|
|Relation||The Daily O'Collegian|
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