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Cat Calls

Arizona Daily Wildcat,
August 25, 1999

Thinking about signing up for intramurals but you're not quite sure of the rules? Haven't met anyone whoyou would like to play triples volleyball with yet? Thinking about earning some extra cash by being a referee? Got kicked off the field for obscenities last season and want to make sure your appeal went through? If you have any of these questions circling around your head, then check out the booth set up outside the Old Chemistry building to find answers to these quandaries. The intramural staff will be on hand to help answer all of these puzzling situations for students. If you miss the chance to stop by, the very helpful sports coordinator Brian Jacoby will happily take his time to answer questions you may have. Call him at 621-8723.

Today has officially been deemed Spirit Day. So, don't be caught dead on campus or around town without sporting your red duds. To help promote Spirit Day, the UA cheerleaders and band will be on hand at the UA Mall from noon to 1 p.m. spouting spirit. Wear red and support Wildcat football as they battle Penn State this Saturday. The famous Bear Down Ice Cream Bash will also begin at noon. Expect to see UA's own KAMP Student Radio on hand to broadcast at noon.

"Meet the team day" is tonight at 7 at the McKale Center. Here is your chance to fraternize with the players and meet the stars of today while they play for the love of the game. Admission is free and they will also have food and free team posters. Check it out because it will also offer some insight to the feeling of football games for the upcoming season. Call the McKale ticket office at 621-2287 for details.

Right across from the UA, historians reenact history from our own backyard. These lectures put on by the Arizona Historical Society showcase events that happened in the immediate area acted out by local historians. Tonight's subject is Domingo de Elua who was influential in helping the Spanish with their protection and defense of western territory against the Native Americans. Performing the part of Elua is Arizona Historical Society's own Mark Santiago. The performance begins at 7 p.m. and should last two hours. The AHS is located at North Park Avenue and East Second Street, just west of the UA campus. Call AHS if you have any questions at 628-5774.

Use art to make yourself feel all warm and fuzzy inside or just use it to deepen your train of thought. The work of Lionel Rombach is on display in the Art department, beginning today and lasting until September 16. Viewing times are Monday until Saturday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Sunday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The gallery is entitled "Visceral Embodiment." Contact Julie Sasse if you have any questions about the exhibit at 626-4215. Everyone is welcome.

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