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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 24, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Wie finishes second at Evian Masters
 •  Vitale loses Super Brawl title

Local News
 •  Births
 •  Finally — a tribute to Sinoto
 •  UH had no idea USC game would be so big
 •  'Pirates' production sails through delightfully
 •  Ala Wai park to get new courts
 •  Groups plan vigil Friday for slain girl
 •  Hiker survived by wringing water from moss
 •  Obsolete computers becoming waste threat
 •  State has shortage of top-rank teachers
 •  UH group raises nearly $35 million for year
 •  UH push for more grants paying off
 •  An oasis away from war
 •  Hip hop, humor for the troops
 •  Junked-car solutions offered
 •  Ship's removal from reef to begin
 •  South Kohala fire keeps road closed
 •  Washington Week
 •  The new bishop comes with Kailua connection
 •  Vatican ambassador tours Kalaupapa
 •  Obituaries

 •  Vitale loses Super Brawl title to Lawler
 •  Former Rainbows gather for reunion
 •  Wie finishes second
 •  Australians sweep paddleboard race
 •  Kane'ohe captures fifth Hui Wa'a title
 •  Paddling results
 •  Night Doubles attracts best from far and near
 •  Mililani Pony team wins West opener
 •  Sports Calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Antique purses part of collectibles show
 •  Exercise, friends, dates with partner help adjust to life at home
 •  Harry Potter creator anticipates series' end
 •  Pacific Writers Connection hosts Aug. 2-4 O'ahu event
 •  Tryout calendar
 •  'Thieves' portrays darker Hawai'i
 •  Home rules for full-time mothers
 •  Hawai'i best sellers
 •  Lit beat
 •  Art calendar
 •  Small spaces reward viewers
 •  He mixed business with pleasure and found love
 •  Iaukea reminisces about 50th-state wrestling

 •  'Lance factor' accelerates Trek sales
 •  Candy lab seeks home for sweets
 •  Colonel's secret retains mystique
 •  Diners in no rush to return if staff hurries them out
 •  Dip in tourism feared after London attacks
 •  Hawai'i status report
 •  Hawai'i's market watch
 •  Investor finds 'money maker'
 •  Pearl Harbor battle remains at home

 •  Dick Adair's cartoon
 •  Law must balance security with liberty
 •  Let's take another shot at campaign reforms
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Burden of proof yet an issue to be settled
 •  China, United States trade sharp words
 •  Moderate no longer dirty word
 •  Reason should guide court nominee's hearings
 •  Special needs at stake in court
 •  Unatural selection
 •  TGIF section is fun but hard work

Dining Out
New changes lead to 'moment of truth'
Level of food, service reaches lofty heights
Culinary trip includes three tasty stops