TCU Daily Skiff Tuesday, February 03, 2004
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Search continues for Crane
Two suspects were arrested in connection with a retired professorÕs disappearance.


Law enforcement officials were still searching Monday night for retired professor Laura Lee Crane after her car was discovered in Oklahoma City and two suspects arrested in connection with her weekend disappearance.

Crane, 77, left her Bellaire Drive South home around 11 a.m. Friday to buy groceries and cash a check at the Tom Thumb supermarket at 3050 S. Hulen, Lt. Abdul Pridgen said. Crane stopped to visit a friend on the way to the grocery store around 11:15 a.m. and hadnÕt been seen since, Pridgen said.
Strike a chord
Pianist
Ty Halasz/Staff Photographer
Pianists Dale Fundling (bottom left) and Jo Boatright perform a Mozart sonata for a packed house Sunday afternoon in PepsiCo Recital Hall in rememberance of former TCU faculty member Lili Kraus.
Concert celebrates the life, work of pianist Lili Kraus

An internationally renowned pianist and former faculty member was remembered this weekend by an overflow crowd at PepsiCo Recital Hall.
Board of Trustees approves tuition increase of 11.9%

Tuition and housing costs will increase beginning fall 2004.
Increased budget to provide for future

The Board of Trustees set the budget for 2004-05 and discussed strategic planning for TCUÕs future in its meeting Friday.
     
     
 
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