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Tuesday, October 15, 2002
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International enrollment drops this school year

Undergraduate international enrollment is down 8.8 percent due to the economy and the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. University admissions procedures will not be changed, officials said.
A tragic love affair

Ballet photo

photo editor/Sarah McClellan
The ballet “Giselle,” a story of the troubled love life of the young that ends in tragedy, was performed Oct. 11-13 at the Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Performance Hall. The play was staged for the Fort Worth Dallas Ballet season opener by the team of Denise Schultze Godfrey and Louis Godfrey.
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Mass voicemails clog phone lines
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SGA can’t donate horned frog

The Fort Worth Zoo said they are not sure if they will be permitted to accept funds raised by the Student Government Association to help purchase a new horned frog because it is against state law to possess, sell, trade or take one from the wild.

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Sports  
Running game lifts Frogs against Army

Facing less than perfect weather and a fired up Black Knight football team, the Frogs battled to a 46-27 win at Army.
Driving toward the season
Basketball photo
Photographer/Simon Lopez
Junior guard Kim Ortega (right) attempts to drive past sophomore guard Ashley Browning in their first practice Saturday. The Lady Frogs open their season Nov. 22 against Utah.

 

Volleyball moves up in standings after win

The volleyball team put themselves in a better position for the conference tournament by recovering from a Friday loss with a conference victory over Memphis Saturday.
Rifle team sets four records at Invitational

The TCU rifle squad set four records in the 12th Annual Horned Frog Invitational, held Oct. 4-6 and 11-13 at the TCU Rifle Range. Highlighting the record-setting performances for the Frogs were first-place finishes in the team air rifle and individual smallbore competitions.

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