TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Thursday, September 19, 2002
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Opinion

100 years later, Skiff still sailing university waters

The Skiff is still afloat after 100 years of service to students and faculty. From its humble beginnings to the present, the Skiff has strived to be an honorable newspaper.

 

Extended education program growing

Chancellor search group seeks faculty, student input

1st in year-long forum series starts today

Tai Chi photo

Photographer/Vichitraweer Singh
Dennis Beck demonstrates a pose while instructing the extended education T’ai Chi class at the Japanese Garden Tuesday.

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HISTORY

Skiff hits milestone with 100-year anniversary


High on courage but low on money, Ed S. McKinney founded the Skiff “to sail through the financial weather” and get his degree from TCU.

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Opinions from around the country

Military serves proudly for apathetic Americans
Emily Baker

Telemarketing bulletin board invades telephones, slows voicemail process
Sandy Stafford

Sports Features

Though hardly seen, snappers important to Horned Frog team
It’s a position that doesn’t garner much attention, but Frogs Andy Boerckel and Clif Alexander know how important a snapper is to a team.

By Danny Gillham
Sports Editor

 

Photographer/Simon Lopez
Andy Boerckel (holding ball) snaps the football in the SMU game Saturday.

Men’s schedule includes home matchups with Tech, Cincinnati

Langat and Barth named C-USA Athlete of Week

 

TCU Daily Skiff Centennial Edition

 

Frogs swing into early play with new recruits
Three newcomers pace the men’s golf team, but in their first two tournaments, the team hasn’t missed a beat from last spring’s success.

By Danny Gillham
Sports Editor

 

 

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