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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 30, 2003

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  'Idolí hopefuls seize moment at audition
 •  Ridership 'light' on Day 1
 •  Lottery scam finding new victims here
 •  Police Beat
 •  Share prices fall on consumer sentiment

Local News
 •  $1.8 million study set on aircraft carrier for Islands
 •  Hawai'i's police win four-year pay raises
 •  Officials to weigh fate of Pearl City rehab center
 •  'Dog' Chapman hopes to land television deal
 •  'AMERICAN IDOL' AUDITIONS
1,500 line up for shot at 'Idol'
 •  Photo gallery
 •  RETURN OF BUSES
Ridership 'light' on Day 1
 •  Union leader faces challenge
 •  LEE CATALUNA
Return of buses brings mostly relief
 •  TRANSPORTATION
State may consider 'Nimitz flyover'
 •  City Council to vote on light rail in October
 •  IN COURT
Non-Hawaiians back school in lawsuits
 •  Rodrigues asks to be free during appeal
 •  La'ie woman waives right to jury trial in fraud case
 •  Whale foundation fined $5,000
 •  Two sentenced in drug case
 •  U.S. joins Honolulu dock suit
 •  OTHER NEWS
Kaheka may start Weed & Seed
 •  Project in works to rebuild breakwater at Lana'i harbor
 •  Hawai'i briefs
 •  DRIVE TIME
Game lets players alleviate — or even create — traffic snarls
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections

Sports
 •  UH SPORTS
Warriors' Ayat fires up teammates with his foot
 •  WARRIORS NOTEBOOK
Young receivers tossed in mix
 •  Grading the game
 •  HIGH SCHOOLS
Advertiser's Top 10 football poll
 •  Standings, statistics
 •  This week's games
 •  ISLE FILE
UH soccer blanked by Oral Roberts
 •  OTHE SPORTS
3-time marathon champion dead at 33
 •  Ex-HPU coach Sellitto to be head Chief for semi-pro team
 •  FERD LEWIS
Red Sox, Cubs out to bury jinxes
 •  For the Record
 •  On the Air
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Innovative duo releases solo CDs sold together
 •  'Idol' CDs range from stone awful to awesome
 •  Film festival to recognize winners
 •  Springsteen tunes raise charitable cash
 •  THE WEDDING PLANNER
In need of professional help
 •  ABOUT WOMEN
Building a better handbag still won't solve the clutter issue
 •  THE LEFT LANE
Coconut noggins
 •  SHOW BIZ
The Rock gives 'Rundown' on monkey scene
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Tuesday

Business
 •  Military housing projects compete for workers
 •  Waterfront project gets a boost
 •  2 more residential high-rises in works
 •  Ventana coming to Hawai'i
 •  Event links firms, venture capitalists
 •  Local phone service market under review
 •  OTHER BUSINESS
Airlines change frequent flier rules
 •  SEC sues to obtain papers of former Enron chairman
 •  BUSINESS BRIEFS
Hotels 84% full in August
 •  TODAY'S TECHNOLOGY
Music industry settles 52 of 261 file-swapping suits
 •  99-cent song downloading service debuts
 •  Kids, teens see Net as a tool to master
 •  Some firms curtailing e-mail to fight spam

Opinion
 •  EDITORIALS
Don't sacrifice jails to partisan squabbles
 •  Robert J. Pfeiffer: a true Hawai'i original
 •  Use of Patriot Act must be reined in
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  ISLAND VOICES
No Child requires Hawai'i to change
 •  COMMENTARY
Book flap hurts only China

Technology/Click!
 •  BYTE MARKS
Tiki culture everywhere on the Web
 •  VIDEO GAMES
'Tiger 2004' tops golf-genre rivals
 •  Long-ignored PC peripheral lets you draw straight into computer