March 23, 1999

Cartridges from printers missing
Campaign has internal focus
Kickoff to include unveiling of Tucker Center drawings
CrossTalk 1999
Students win awards in annual
competition in graphic, studio art
Greeks take steps to raise funds

Spring has sprung
Joseph Niedziel, a senior political science major, walks past the tulips in front of Reed Hall Monday.

Stop, Thief
Out, damn ink spots!
Location not important
Goals and determination shape accomplishments
Letters to the editor

Baseball team splits Break games, 3-3
Frogs take 15th in tournament

The men's basketball team hosted two National Invitation Tournament games over Spring Break. The Frogs defeated the Nebraska Cornhuskers on March 15, 101-89. Junior forward Marquise Gainous led the Frogs in scoring with 30 to advance them to the quarterfinal round. On the following Thursday, in a nationally televised game the Frogs lost to the Oregon Ducks 77-68. Senior forward Lee Nailon had 27 points and 14 rebounds in the contest to end his TCU career. It was also the final game for senior guard Prince Fowler who had seven assists, six points and four rebounds.

Purple Poll:
Which movie did you want to win the acadamy award?
Saving Private Ryan: 60
Shakespeare in Love: 29
Life is Beautiful: 9
Elizabeth: 2
The Thin Red Line: 0


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