WEDNESDAY
September 30, 1998.

 
News
 
House approves a new chaplain
 
 
Major/minor fair is chance to learn, decorate creatively
 
Law would inform parents of violations
 
Rushees have mixed views
 
 
Flying high
Junior cadet sets a new standard for ROTC excellence
Noteworthy

 

Megan Hinton/SKIFF STAFF

Lindsey Stortz, a freshman music performance major, practices her cello before the TCU Symphony Orchestra concert Tuesday night in Ed Landreth Hall Auditorium. The concert featured Beethoven's "Symphony No. 7" and Willard Elliot's "Concerto for two Bassoons and Orchestra."

 
Opinion
 
A News Knack
 
Clinton doesn't deserve pity
 
Media, restaurants, men encourage breast obsession
 
Public affection needs to be toned down from offensive forms

 
Sports
 
Volleyfrogs suffer 4th straight loss
 
Men's soccer wins despite miscues
 
Tomlinson named WAC player of week
 
Cross country finishes first

Matt Wilkinson/SKIFF STAFF

Freshman outside hitter Marci King prepares for the Volleyfrogs' match against the University of Texas at Arlington on Tuesday night in the Rickel Building. TCU lost to the Mavericks 3-1.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:
 
Are you satisfied with your housing situation?
 
Yes: 68  No: 32

 

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