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  TODAY
October 27, 2000

 

News

Proposed SGA referendum vote fails
Measure needed 66 percent of the voting population to pass

Add Ran looks for central role in TCU’s growth
Ferrari’s Commission remarks have some faculty concerned about school’s future

Bittersweet Symphony
Three university concert groups to perform
Brahms’ composition, ‘A German Requiem’

Students to attend ethics
awareness conference
Five students chosen to represent TCU in
ethics discussion held at West Point, N.Y.

Freeway Folly

Krystal Powell/SKIFF STAFF
Grant Denney, a junior theater major, performs in the Delta Gamma and Pi Kappa Phi Frog Follies skit “Driving Miss Daisy” Tuesday night in the Student Center Ballroom. The Chi Omega and Sigma Phi Epsilon skit “Ghost” took top honors.


 

Opinion

Nobody could like jury duty
Absurdity of the judicial system needs to be exposed

Don’t dread a civic duty
People shouldn’t try to get out of jury duty

Sports support
Football isn’t the only TCU sport

 


 

Art & Entertainment

Ghoulish bore
Fort Worth’s haunted houses miss the scare factor

Ending redeeming quality, but book leaves something to be desired

 

 

David Dunai/ CO-PHOTO EDITOR
A dentist scares guests as they walk through Hangman’s House of Horrors, located at I-30 at Forest Park Blvd.


 

Sports

Cross country prepares for last WAC Championships
Men’s, women’s teams ready for Saturday’s meet in Tulsa

one last chance
Frogs try to break four-year losing
streak against longtime nemesis Rice

 

 

FILE PHOTO
Senior fullback Chad Purcell hurdles an Arkansas State defender in a game at Amon Carter Stadium Sept. 23. TCU (6-0, 3-0 Western Athletic Conference) looks to hurdle the four-year obstacle known as Rice University Saturday at Amon Carter.


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Have you ever been summoned to jury duty?

Yes: 17 No: 83


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