MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2005

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Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup - 4th Round
Amateur Menace to take on MLS Wiz tonight (Des Moines Register)
Rapids on road in Cup action (Denver Post)
Now, rest is history (Boston Globe)
Open Cup affords Crew chance at redemption (Columbus Dispatch)
Quakes' subs to see action in U.S. Open Cup match (San Jose Mercury News)
Fire has to get past familiar foe in Open Cup (Chicago Daily Southtown)
Wizards to begin Open Cup defense (Kansas City Star)
Galaxy, Chivas take rivalry close to home (Los Angeles Daily Breeze)
Metros take Cup seriously (New York Post)
Revs to rest key stars tonight in Ludlow (MetroWest Daily News)
Rhinos aim for more MLS magic (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
Simms stepped into United role (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
Shorthanded Timbers confident (The Oregonian)
Upstart Menace take on role of Major League underdogs (Des Moines Register)
Fire faces difficult road in U.S. Open tourney (Chicago Daily Herald)
U.S. Open Cup: United vs. Richmond Kickers (Washington Post)
Revolution seek Open Cup (The Republican)
Kubik's defense central to earning Fire's top honor (Chicago Sun-Times)
Galaxy, Chivas to have starters missing (Associated Press)

Other Soccer Articles
All eyes are on Pizza Hut Park (Dallas Morning News)
Lalas land (Bergen Record)
Against the odds, Earthquakes are tied for first (San Jose Mercury News)
RSL's goal is to score with Hispanic community (Salt Lake Tribune)
Tailgaters inspired by friend's cancer struggle (Star-Telegram)
Kubik to ring it up (Chicago Daily Southtown)
Stars speak for the cause (Washington Examiner)
Soccer season never seems to end (Associated Press)
Mexico Soccer Won't Appeal FIFA Sanctions (Associated Press)