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By Joshua McClain
Arizona Daily Wildcat,
October 1, 1999

Visions of law school dancing in your head? Be at Bear Down Gym today for the 1999 Law Fair being held by the Pre-Law advisers from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Law schools from around the country will be in attendance to answer questions about admissions, benefits of law school and any thing else you can come up with. If you have ever entertained the thought of going, this is the time to find out if you have what it takes.

Get ready to eat to a different beat today for the Eat to the Beat Concert today as the sounds of reggae should fill the air. Outside the Park Student Union on the stage, the gentle sounds of reggae will give your afternoon some meaning. Various artists will be present to play for your entertainment. Call William Guth at 621-1111 if you have any questions.

Weekend sports is in full gear with two games for soccer and volleyball. UA Soccer has two special promotion for both games. On Friday night, as the Wildcats play Pepperdine Waves, is the canned food drive, with all donations going to the Community Food Bank. The first 500 also get free pizza. Saturday night is an extremely unique promotion, with it being Adopt a Pet day while they take on the Wyoming Cowgirls. Both soccer matches take place at Murphey Stadium at 7 p.m. Volleyball battles ASU tonight at 7 p.m. in the McKale Center. Remember that all students get in free to volleyball and soccer matches for free with their student I.D.

Meet photographer Lynn Davis and talk to her about her new exhibit today at the Center for Creative Photography. Her exhibit, titled "Africa: Photographs by Lynn Davis," will be on display until Dec. 5. Tonight attendees can listen to Davis' ideas about her work, as well as check out all she has on display. The gallery talk takes place tonight from 5 p.m. and should last until 7 p.m. CCP is located just north of Harvill, so if you can't make tonight's discussion, check out the display weekdays from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. and weekends from noon until 5 p.m. Call CCP at 621-7968 if you have any questions.

Loveline swings by the UA this evening as Dr. Drew Pinsky and Adam Carolla prepare to tackle the sexual frustrations of the UA campus tonight at 8 p.m. But don't think that the discussion is completely one-dimensional. Callers to the show are free to ask specific sexual disfunction questions, what to do about weird parents and whether or not they should get their tongue pierced. Listeners not lucky enough to have a ticket can listen to tonight's edition on KFMA 92.1 at 9 p.m. Pinsky and Carolla will be available for autographs immediately following the program. It is all at Centennial Hall tonight.

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