TCU Daily Skiff Masthead
Thursday, November 6, 2003
The big game
Tailgates and concerts and rain, oh my!

Jim Vanderslice, a 1970 TCU graduate, drove from Dallas to watch the Horned Frogs play Louisville Wednesday night at Amon Carter Stadium. All he wanted to do was watch the “big game,” and he wasn’t going to let the rain and cold stop him. “This is great football weather,” Vanderslice said, sporting his TCU jacket.
TCU WINS

Fans

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Frog fans from the “Rosa’s Cafe” couch celebrate a TCU touchdown during Wednesday night’s game against Louisville, which TCU went on to win 31-28.
SLA not exclusive
Latina sorority celebrates 10 years at TCU

Sigma Lambda Alpha, a Latina sorority, is celebrating its 10th year on campus this week. SLA President Cynthia Montes said the organization has grown since she pledged three years ago. “My pledge class had about 13 members, which doubled the size of the sorority at that time,” said Montes, a junior international political science major.
Carrier returns from deployment

CORONADO, Calif. — With “California Dreamin”’ blasting from the speakers, thousands of sailors streamed from the USS Nimitz Wednesday and waved to their loved ones after an eight-month deployment to the Persian Gulf.
 
Opinion

Editorial cartoon

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PURPLE

Students show TCU spirit en masse
COMMENTARY

Usually the purple on campus is restricted to sections of Amon Carter Stadium on Saturday nights. But Wednesday it was different. It spilled out onto the rest of the university, where there was a buzz on campus way before kickoff.

House proposes bill to curb rising tuition costs

Take time to appreciate yourself

Private school went too far

Thanksgiving break should be three days

Sports
R-E-S-P-E-C-T
Frogs take down nationally-ranked Louisville

TCU’s dream of an invitation to a Bowl Championship Series game is still a possibility. By a matter of inches.
Making the Grade

While the Frog defense is mired in inconsistency, the Frog offense continues to play solid offensive football. The defensive play can no longer be linked to breakdowns. More serious problems should concern the coaching staff: poor tackling, lack of a pass rush and loss of aggressiveness are areas that need to be addressed if the Frogs are to continue the winning streak. Despite all the defensive troubles, the Frogs managed to extend their streak and are inching closer and closer to a BCS invitation.

Hassel

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A gasp comes over the crowd as junior quarterback Brandon Hassell gets hit during the first quarter, losing his helmet.

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