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By Joshua McClain
Arizona Daily Wildcat,
October 15, 1999

The NBA is back and action is taking place at our very own McKale Center this Sunday at 5:30 p.m. The Phoenix Suns and new guard Anfernee "Penny" Hardaway, battle the Portland Trailblazers with UA alum Damon Stoudamire and newly traded Scottie Pippen. Tickets are still available and can be picked up at the McKale ticket office or call them at 621-2287. Upper deck tickets start at $12 and $15, with floor and middle level tickets running between $20 and $35.

Been putting off dropping that final class? Today is the last day to take care of it, with the deadline being the close of the Registrar's office at 5 p.m. Although you will receive a W on your transcript, you can rid yourself of that extra class. Take care of it today, and if you have any questions call the Bursar's office at 621-3432.

Activities are taking place all day on the UA Mall, with the Rock and Roll Bowl taking center stage. Starting at 10 a.m., this UAB-sponsored event has all the free give-aways you can imagine. The grand prize of the afternoon is a new Ford car. How do you win the car, you ask? Well, they won't say, so you'll just have to show up and find out. It is all taking place on the UA Mall in front of the remains of the student union. Booths and games galore will be available, so venture over and check out what's cooking on the Mall today. The bowl will last until 4 p.m.

Football of two kinds is kicking into high gear this weekend. Women's soccer takes on the Stanford Cardinal at Murphey Stadium tonight at 7 p.m. Murphey Stadium is located south of campus on 15th Street and Plumer. Watch Chrissy Sanford tear apart the Cardinal defense as the Wildcats attempt to win one over a Pac-10 foe. Football attempts to continue the season turnaround with a match against the University of Texas-El Paso Miners. Currently holding a 3-3 record, the Miners look to halt the Wildcats' march back into the top 25. After last week's defeat of USC, the Wildcats worked their way to No. 27 in the Associated Press poll. Kickoff time is 7:05 p.m. Tickets can be obtained by calling 621-2287.

Want to kick off your Friday evening with a movie designed to send shivers up your spine? The "Blair Witch Project" is here to take care of that urge. An independent film sensation, which according to reports cost only $30,000 to make, the "Blair Witch Project" scared millions of viewers and can begin your weekend with a chill tonight at 7 and 9. The movie is showing in the Social Sciences building, room 100. Tickets run at $2.50 for students with a CatCard.

Need to dress sharp for that upcoming interview? Get some helpful information at "Dress for Success", being held today from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. It will prepare you to impress your employer no matter what field you are going into. The seminar is being held in the Senior Ballroom of the Memorial Student Union, providing answers to all of your workplace style questions. The keynote speaker is Coleman Peterson, an executive for Wal-Mart Stores.

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