Damon Terrell memorial

service scheduled for

today in McKale Center

A memorial service for all friends of the late Damon Terrell will be held at noon today in McKale Center.

Terrell, a University of Arizona football player, died Thursday at University Medical Center, where he had been hospitalized after collapsing following a workout Aug. 10. He was 21.

Terrell was expected to be the Wildcats' starter at tight end this season after a year as a top reserve in 1994. He transferred to Arizona from El Camino Junior College in Torrance, Calif., last fall.

Student tickets still

available for UA-UW

There are still a number of student tickets available for the Oct. 21 Family Weekend Arizona-Washington football game. Those tickets will be released in the same manner as any other game with sales starting on the Monday prior to the game.

Darlene Castelan, McKale Center Ticket Office manager, said approximately 7,000 public tickets remain for the game against Southern Cal on Sept. 23.

Tickets can be purchased through the ticket office.

UMC computer system

Librarians at the University Medical Center's Health Sciences Library will unveil their new computer system today at a 3 p.m. dedication in the breezeway outside the library.

Campus Bloodmobile

The American Red Cross Bloodmobile will be on the UA Mall today from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event is sponsored by Phi Lambda Phrateres.

To schedule an appointment, call the American Red Cross at 623-0541.

Writing workshops

The University Composition Board will present a writing workshop, "Overview of Writing Across the Curriculum," today at 3 p.m. in the Student Union Building Room 282.

To register for the workshop, call 621-5428.

Physics colloquium

Professor Joel R. Primack of the University of California will speak today at 4 p.m. in the Physics and Atmospheric Sciences Building Room 201.

Theology forum

The St. Albert the Great Forum on Theology and Science presents the forum, "Committing to Science, Committing to Faith," today at 7:30 p.m. at the Newman Center, 1615 E. 2nd St.

For more information, call 296-8386.

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