TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Tuesday, October 7, 2003
Fraternity receives probation

Phi Gamma Delta fraternity has been put on a one-year probation after being found in violation of hazing, said Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Don Mills.
High five

Football photo

Ty Halasz/Staff Photographer
High five
High five
Junior cornerback Mark Walker jumps in front of Army wide receiver Aaron Alexander to make an interception late in Saturday’s game at Amon Carter Stadium. TCU beat Army 27-0 to remain undefeated at 5-0. Go to the sports page for more coverage.
CORRECTIONS

In the Oct. 3 column, “Alumnus honored us with his time and life,” the name of the deceased alumnus should have read Capt. Tristan Aitken.

In the Oct. 3 “Hot Spots” calendar on the features page, it should have read “Hal Holbrook in ‘Mark Twain Tonight!’”

Frogs leap at the chance to serve

Events offer support, fun

Graduates may sport new look

Opinion
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PURPLE

Stay with tradition on graduation
COMMENTARY

There’s such a thing as purple pride, but this might be a touch too much.

Margaret Kelly, director of special projects, sent out an e-mail to 2,000 seniors Monday asking them to vote on whether or not they would like to change the color of the cap and gown at graduation from the traditional black to purple.
Give non-smokers a smoke-free environment
COMMENTARY

I need a breath of fresh air. I just wish I didn’t have to wade through hovering clouds of cigarette smoke to get it.

Caffeine addict limits intake

Writer should not criticize the work of RAs without knowing what they do

More research should be done to show the amount of work in socials

Sports
South Florida game to raise level of competition

With Conference USA play starting to heat up, the Frogs appear to be running on all cylinders at the most opportune time.
Men’s golf team places 13th in tournament

The TCU men’s golf team finished the Carpet Capital Collegiate with a share of 13th place after a six-over-par score of 294 in the third and final round. TCU (884) slipped five spots after having to play Sunday’s final round without junior David Schultz, a 2003 honorable mention All-American, who withdrew due to injury.

Making the Grade

Soccer team’s offense struggles at invite

Volleyball falls in C-USA opener

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