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October 17, 2000

 

News

Leak in Sid Richardson floods lecture halls
Faculty scrambles to make arrangements for classes

$125,000 donated for Jewish scholarships
Gift seeks to attract Jewish freshman, transfer students

APO blood drive collects 252 units
Donations exceed last yearŐs amount

Leadership conference closes
Students focus on challenges facing countries in the Americas

Lecture Halls Leak

Rusty Simmons/
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
Paul Zeitz, assistant supervisor of the faculty service’s night crew, attempts to dry the carpet of Sid W. Richardson Building, Lecture Hall 1. Larry Kitchens, director of instructional services, said the water damage was caused by a contractor who inadvertently left a valve cock open.


 

Opinion

Lives for sale
Ill-conceived raffle is shameful

 


 

Life

 

 

Celebrating the culture
Annual salsa dance contest promotes Hispanic heritage

 

Junior economics major Maria Yabrudy and senior marketing major Pepe Castro received second place this year in the Salsa Contest. Their prize was a $30 gift certificate to Los Vaqueros Restaurant.


 

Sports

Rough MVC baffles Frogs
Men’s soccer drops to 6-7

Frogs cross country splits to run in 3 meets
Women finish 2nd;
Njubi, Mwangi
compete in Ames

Volley Frogs defeat Rice, UTEP
Team climbs from fifth to third place in WAC after its victories

 

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF
Junior defender Aaron Casey tries to hold off a Midwestern State player in the Horned Frogs’ 4-0 loss Sept. 26 at Garvey Rosenthal Soccer Stadium. Scoring goals has been a problem for the Frogs this season as they have been held to one goal or less in each of their seven losses.


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Do you know why the flag is at half staff?

Yes: 52 No: 48


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