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Wednesday, November 5, 2003
C-USA loses, gains five schools

Wholesale changes announced Tuesday in Conference USA and the Big East will temporarily weaken C-USA in basketball and football, but won’t prompt TCU to change conferences, Athletics director Eric Hyman said.
Encore, encore

Musical photo

Stephen Spillman/Photo Editor
TCU alumni John De Los Santos, theater professor Anne Healy, Michael Newberry, TCU alumni Shannon Knipp and (seated) Texas Wesleyan alumna Tammy Smith perform in the musical “Audition” Tuesday night. They will perform the musical again at 8 p.m. Thursday in the TCU Choral Hall.
Committee to consider appeal

Student Government Association adviser Larry Markley said Tuesday SGA presidential candidate Blake Eason should not have disclosed he was running for president when he resigned as parliamentarian at SGA’s Oct. 14 meeting.
Planning for lot underway
Student reactions to development plans mixed

Engineering work for the proposed apartment and retail complex near Perrotti’s Pizza is underway.

Give excused absences for the game

Tonight the Horned Frogs will put their undefeated record on the line against No. 25 Louisville at Amon Carter Stadium. It will be on national television and will be the only NCAA football game on in the country.

Allowing the game to be on a Wednesday night means that TCU is going to get a lot of attention. But for some students, the timing is unfortunate because it means they can’t attend.
Students unable to sleep

There is a reason I don't keep a gun close to my bed, aside from the fact it isn't allowed per my apartment lease. I know if I had a firearm within reach, I would have long ago slammed a .38 slug into the glowing green face of the critter that sits on my bed-side table.

That critter, of course, is an alarm clock.

Additions to C-USA not good for TCU football

Some take longer to adjust

Frogs take on toughest team yet

(AP) FORT WORTH — TCU knows there’s only one way to continue the debate about whether it deserves to be part of the Bowl Championship Series: keep winning.
Two swimmers receive conference honors

Freshman swimmer Keleigh Wentworth and sophomore Kelly Seely both earned Conference USA performer of the week awards for the week of Nov. 4, the conference office announced Tuesday.

Men’s golf fares well after first day of play

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