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By Kim Stravers (Compiler)
Arizona Daily Wildcat
September 24, 1998
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Everyone knows you can eat, make copies, play video games and set up a CatCard account at the Memorial Student Union. But do you know you can also view art? A new exhibition opens today in the Arizona Gallery (second floor). Darrin Coddes would like you to check out his BMW design drawings from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Pick up the phone and call 621-6142 if you need more information.

Prepare yourself - Bob Log III (formerly of Doo Rag fame) is coming to the Memorial Student Union Cellar. Yep, he'll be waiting down there for you between 11:45 a.m. and 12:45 p.m., so I'd show up if I were you. When you see his "contraption," you'll know what I mean. Anyhoo, this show is sponsored by Eat to the Beat, which means you may bring your brown-bag creation if you so desire. Jake McLaughlin will answer your questions to the best of his ability if you call him at 621-1111.

The folks over at the chemistry department have something special for you. Any ideas? If you guessed "seminar," you're right! Associate chemistry professor Eugene A. Mash Jr. will teach you a thing or two about "Crystal Engineering with 1,4-Piperazinediones" today at 4 p.m. in Chemical and Biological Sciences Room 218. Contact Beth Vinson at 621-5672 for further information.

Plagued by cockroaches? Embattled with mosquitoes? Find out how others take care of their pest problems today at the Entomology Seminar. Miguel A. Altieri, of the University of California-Berkeley, explains "Enhancing Biodiversity in Agroecosystems for Improved Pest Regulation" at 4 p.m. in Marley Building Room 230. Show up early (say, 3:45 p.m.) for free refreshments. The Entomology Department will field your questions at 621-1151.

Have you been to the Center for Creative Photography this semester? Whether your answer be yea or nay, make it a point to stop by tonight at 5:30 p.m. for some Gallery Talk. Yvonne Reinke, adjunct lecturer in Comparative Culture and Literary Studies here at the UA, will describe "Hollywood Dreams in the Global Village" in the center's Gallery and Auditorium. Give the center a ring at 621-7968 for details.

Gear up in your finest thrift-store polyester and platform shoes tonight for a special engagement at 7 in the Cellar. University Activity Board's Rising Star Entertainment, the Residence Hall Association and KAMP Student Radio have worked hard to bring you none other than the Disco Pimps, Arizona's own 1970s cover band. Yes, all your favorite Bee Gees and KC and the Sunshine Band hits will be performed, along with many recognizable others. Besides, not only will you look cool if you show up dressed to the nines, you could win some loot. Prizes will be awarded for best dancing as well. Stick around after the show for humor in its most spontaneous form - the Charles Darwin Experience performs at 10 p.m. And it's all free.

Experience cross-mojination and the dangers of poor dental hygiene tonight at Gallagher Theatre. At precisely midnight, "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery" battles the infamous Dr. Evil while attempting to get used to the 1990s. All this Halladaze Special stuff for $2.50 - how could you turn it down?