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Poor Yorick’s Trivia Contest
Question of the week: This hydrated phosphate of copper
and aluminum is one of the most porous gemstones and can
lose its color by reacting with skin oils.
Name this blue to blue-green stone much used in the U.S. Southwest.
Instructions: Entry forms are available at the Circulation Desks in Evans,Annex,WCL, and
PSEL One winner will be drawn from all correct entries submitted by 5 p.m. on Wednesday.
Winner will receive a PoorYorick’s coffee mug.
Welcome to Women's Spirit Month '02
Come and Celebrate Our Diversity!
Monday, March 18
Brown Bag Lunch: "American Women's Perspective:
Living in Kuwait"
402 Rudder Tower at Noon
Monday, March 18
"Marhaba: Greetings from a Western Woman
in an Arab World"
302 Rudder Tower at 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, March 20
"Intended for All: 125 Years of Women at Texas A&M"
Cushing Library, Program at 3:30 p.m.
Exhibit runs through December 2002
Thursday, March 21
Sponsored by Gender Issues Education Services
308 Academic Building at 4 p.m.
Saturday, March 23
Women's Spirit Day at the Game!
Lady Aggie softball vs. Oklahoma
Aggie Softball Complex at 2 p.m.
Free tickets available by calling 845-1741
Tuesday, March 26 & Wednesday, March 27
"The Way Home: Race, Gender and Class in America"
A two-part video and interactive presentation co
sponsored by the Department of Multicultural Services
130 Academic Building, 12-3 p.m.
Friday, March 29
"Women's Celebration of Art"
Memorial Student Center Flag Room
11 a.m.-3 p.m.
visit www. tamu. edu/womenspiritmonthl
Monday, March 18, 2002
President George W. Bush receives a bowl of Ahern in honor of St. Patrick's Day at an event
shamrocks from Ireland Prime Minister Bertie at the White House Sunday.
Looking for Formal Wear,
Gowns, Shoes, Handbags?
for Ladies and Children for Men
3800 S. Texas Ave.
Bryan, TX 77802
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Bryan, TX 77802
Store hours: 10am - 6:00 pm Monday - Friday
10 am - 5:00 pm Saturday
Major credit cards accepted
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NEWS IN BRIEF
for fifth-straight year
DETROIT (AP) — Toyota Camry
was the most stolen vehicle model
for the fifth-straight year on an
annual list that monitors trends in
Overall, vehicle thefts fell 2.7 per
cent last year, according to Chicago-
based CCC Information Services
Inc., an insurance industry tracker of
trends in theft and vehicle damage.
Not surprisingly, the most stolen
cars were the perennial sales lead
ers. Nineteen of the 25 most-
stolen cars on the list were Toyota
Camrys and Honda Accords or
Civics of different years.
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midterms or need a study break? The Texas A&M Golf Course
has 1 8 holes of golf waiting for you to help you get away from
it all, improve your skills or take on a new challenge. Student
and twilight rates are available along with a full line of golfing
apparel in the Pro Shop.
• Golf Lessons With The Course Pro—Make an appointment
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