TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Wednesday, October 15, 2003

Dunn named interim coach

Interim cornerbacks football coach, Kasey Dunn, will temporarily replace suspended coach Willie Mack Garza, head coach Gary Patterson said Tuesday.

Dunn was hired last week to fill Garza’s shoes and joins a staff he is familiar with, Patterson said.

Monkeying around

Students in tree

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Interim cornerbacks coach Casey Dunn directs Larry Bradford, a junior defensive back, Tuesday afternoon during practice.
SGA officer steps down

Student Government Association Parliamentarian Blake Eason announced at Tuesday night’s meeting he will step down.
Humor brings new spin to sex education

Let’s talk about sex, baby. Let’s talk about STDs. Let’s talk about all the sex programs that will be.

Dr. Burton W. Schwartz, a physician at the TCU Health Center, said while the TCU sex education programs are presented with some humor, they offer life-saving information.
Student-run play to debut
Curtain set to rise on ‘Talk Radio’ today

“Talk Radio,” a play about a controversial radio personality, opens today and will run through Friday in the Studio Theatre.
CORRECTION

The football ranking on Tuesday’s sports page should have read the Frogs are No. 13 in the Coaches Poll, not the Associated Press Poll.
Speaker issues challenge

Americans today are more acutely aware that the wars of racism and tension stand between more than just the black and white communities, Harold J. Recinos said to an audience of Brite Divinity School students and faculty Tuesday night.
Opinion
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PLEDGE

Allegiance isn’t unconstitutional
COMMENTARY

Bells ring at the beginning of a new school day. Teachers instruct students to turn toward Old Glory, place their right hand on their heart and recite the same words that many generations before them have said.
Televangelist’s call for nuking ridiculous
COMMENTARY

There were a number of bizarre news stories buried beneath Iraq and Arnold last week. We saw President Bush randomly deciding to step up pressure on Cuba and the Vatican telling Catholics that condoms don’t prevent AIDS.
But one man stood heads and tails above this ridiculous field.

Procrastination creates stress

Greek life accurately portrayed on MTV

Sports
Right on target
Women’s rifle team excels in recent matches

Ever wonder what the rising steam on the south side of campus belongs to?

Something by the Tom Brown-Pete Wright Apartment Complex is smoking, and it’s not just the campus air conditioning system.

The TCU women’s rifle team, whose range is hidden between the University Recreation Center, the apartments and a parking lot, has been heating up.
TCU basketball kicks off season with event

The TCU men’s and women’s basketball teams will host Late Night With the Frogs, an event to officially signal the start of the 2003-04 season, Friday, Oct. 17, beginning at 9 p.m. Late Night, which is free to the public, will take place on the floor of Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.
TCU basketball kicks off season with event

The TCU men’s and women’s basketball teams will host Late Night With the Frogs, an event to officially signal the start of the 2003-04 season, Friday, Oct. 17, beginning at 9 p.m. Late Night, which is free to the public, will take place on the floor of Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.

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