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Monitor Archive for July 15, 1993


The Sportswriter and the Slugger
`Tuition-Gate' Scandal Hits Louisiana Politicians
Japan's Ruling Party Rues Prospect of Compromise
Canada Works to Save Decimated Atlantic Fisheries
Deficit Cuts Not Enough, Tsongas Says
SPICE-CRUSTED TUNA WITH ASPARAGUS & SEAWEED -WRAPPED NOODLES
Glass Maestro CHIHULY
United in Song: South Africa's Clegg and Savuka
New York's `Most Imitated' Chef
EVENTS
Guatemalan Avoids Predecessor's Shadow
Midwest Braves More Rain As Flooding Continues
Prices Stay Flat, Reassuring Inflation Hawks
Russian Parties Scramble for Likely Fall Poll
Amid Dim Hopes for Success UN Arranges Talks on Bosnia
West's Sluggish Economies Add To Deficit in Public Confidence
Clinton's Resilience
De Leon's Peace Initiative Greeted With Hope and Doubt
Clinton's Good Start On Relations in Asia
Reno Sparks Debate on Drug Sentencing
Hold Firm on Foreign Aid
Vision of Rights Lacking in Vienna
Realism in Somalia
Chasing Centrist Support, Spanish Leader Seeks Cuts
WORTH NOTING ON TV
Career? Or `Calling'?
When Gadgets Get The Upper Hand
How `Billary' Played in Asia
Spain's Nascent Economic Boom Is Cut Short
The Elemental Speech Of Quiet Paintings
Bovine Hormone Ban Seeks New Path Into Lawbooks
China's Press Lightens Up - a Little
Filmmaking Fantasy And Fun