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Serving the students of the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa since 1922MondayVOL. 100 | ISSUE 131WWW.KALEO.ORGApril 17, 2006InsideFeatures 2, 3Editorials 4, 5Comics 6Sports 7, 8Seniors come out on top in win over BYUSports | Pages 7 & 8“Lucky Number Slevin” a worthy investmentFeatures | Page 3SOC means the end is near When the Schedule of Classes comes out, registration and the end of the semester aren’t far behind. The Fall 2006 SOC is now available online at www.hawaii.edu/myuh/manoa. Hard copies can be found at the Queen Lili‘uokalani Student Service Center Records office, room 010. Honoring former Lieutenant Governor Thomas Ponce Gill, born in Honolulu in 1922, lived and worked in the islands. He attended Territorial Public School, served on the O‘ahu County Democratic Committee, and worked in the Territorial and State Hawai‘i Legislatures as well as the U.S. House of Representatives. Gill was a private lawyer advocating reform and also served as lieutenant gover-nor for Honolulu fro...