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Hance gives funds for chapel “

POTENTIAL CHAPEL USE I would probably (use it because) it’s a great thing to get a hold of God on campus. We’re a public university, so it kind of gets put on the wayside. Someone could go in between classes and pray and kind of have an open area where they could be comfortable. I could see people using it.”

Building to be named after chancellor By CAITLAN OSBORN STAFF WRITER

Texas Tech Chancellor Kent Hance said he donated 60 percent of the funding for a $3 million non-denominational chapel to be built on Tech’s campus. The chapel will be christened the Kent R. Hance Chapel, in accordance with a university policy that states gifts covering more than half of the building’s costs are named in honor of the primary donor. Margaret Talkington, a

Lubbock businesswoman and philanthropist and a friend of Hance, also made a donation, according to a news release sent Sunday. The chancellor said he first approached the Board of Regents two years ago with the idea for the building.

Steven Wolf senior civil engineering major from Denton -

“I think it’s a good idea because I know a lot of people don’t have church homes around here, so it would probably benefit students and kids. I think it’s a very good use, and I think a lot of students would use it.

- Dedrick Dews - sophomore sports management major from Dallas

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TEXAS TECH’S CHAPEL, approved by the Board of Regents in February, is set to be built near 19th Street and University Avenue.

I wouldn’t use it. I mean, who has time to use a chapel? I guess if I were more religious I would. If (Hance) is using his own money, then I can’t see why it shouldn’t be here. I think it would be good especially for weddings and people who want to come back to Tech to get married.” Angela Andrus sophomore clinical lab sciences major from North Richland Hills -

Professors weigh in on plagiarism as finals approach

Consequences could greatly impact future By AMY BREWER CONTRIBUTING WRITER

T h r e e m e m b e r s o f Te x a s Tech’s faculty name a variety of reasons students choose to plagiarize, but they all agree on one thing: The consequences of plagiarism do not end when the semester does. Liz Watts, an associate journalism professor at Tech, said plagiarism is often written off as an ethical issue, but it can also be a legal issue. She said most people who put their work on the Internet, such as dissertations, copyright them. “A lot of universities put their theses and dissertations on the Internet now,” Watts said. “You

could go borrow from any university who does that, and if you get caught, the university can dismiss you. It’s done. It’s over. You won’t ... if you get your degree.” get caught, Sofia the university Rodriguez, can dismiss director of you. It’s done. Student JuIt’s over. You dicial Prowon’t get your g r a m s a t Tech, said degree.” when an Liz Watts Associate Professor a c a d e m i c integrity issue is reported to her office, she keeps it on file for seven years.

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The Texas Tech American Red Cross club attempted to outdo the Guinness World Record for largest water balloon fight Saturday at Urbanovsky Park.. LA VIDA, Page 5

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Getting Froggy Red Raiders try to break Guinness World Record, raise frog awareness

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Texas Tech biology students, under the direction of assistant professor Ximena Bernal, spent Arbor Day celebrating Save the Frogs Day to raise awareness about wild amphibian conservation. “Save the Frogs!” is a nonprofit organization that began in 2008 in California, Bernal said. ARBOR DAY: Check Bernal’s lab, composed of out photos from both graduate and underother festivities. graduate students, works La Vida, Page 6 with live amphibians in order to study the animals’ behavior. Bernal said she believed it would be a good idea for her students to share what they have learned in her class with the rest of the college community. “We know that in about the last 30 years, about 200 species of amphibians have gone extinct,” she said. “That’s losing one species every two months. So there’s been a lot of concern in the scientific community about it. We feel that the general public is unaware of the fact and many don’t know that the population of frogs and toads and other amphibians are in trouble.” FROGS continued on Page 6 ➤➤

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Sports Walk-off win gives Tech its first Big 12 sweep since ‘06 By JOSE RODRIGUEZ Barrett Barnes helped jumpstart Texas Tech’s sweep of Kansas with a walk-off single to give the Red Raiders a 3-2 win Friday. Barnes then helped Tech end the series Sunday in walk-off fashion as well — but he wasn’t a part of the winning at-bat. In fact, Barnes struck out in the bottom of the ninth with the Red Raiders facing a two-run deficit. The strikeout pitch delivered to Barnes, however, snuck by Kansas catcher James Stanfield, allowing for Barnes to advance to first base. “Barrett’s at-bat was the key at-bat of the inning because he did strike out,” Tech coach Dan Spencer said, “but he didn’t hesitate to get down the line and get to first. (If he had) felt sorry for himself and stood there for a minute, he’d been thrown out.” Barnes was Tech’s first base runner in the final frame, and was later driven in by teammate Kelby Tomlinson to bring the Red Raiders (28-19, 9-12 in Big 12 Conference play) within one run. Kansas (20-24, 9-12) reliever Colton Murray delivered another wild pitch later in the inning, this time to Tech catcher Bo Altobelli, allowing him to get on base while giving Stephen Hagen enough time to score from third base to tie the game. Tech’s winning run, anti-climatically, came by way of a four-pitch walk to Andre Wheeler with the bases loaded, giving Tech an 8-7 win and completing the Red Raiders’ first sweep of a Big 12 opponent in the Spencer era. Tech swept a three-game series against Missouri in May 2006. If the top of the ninth was any indication of how the game would end, the Jayhawks may have been victorious Sunday. Tech entered the ninth owning a 5-4 lead with starter-turned relief pitcher Robbie Kilcrease on the mound.

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HILLCREST GOLF & Country club is now accepting applications for lifeguards, waitstaff, and cooks. Please apply in person at 4011 N. Boston ave. LANDSCAPE COMPANY seeks part/full time team members. Good pay, plenty of hours available. (806)438-0014. LIFEGUARDS, GYMNASTICS instructors and summer camp child care staff needed. Must be fun and enthusiastic. TEGAkids.com. 806-866-9765.

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EDIBLE ARRANGEMENTS: customer service, production, delivery driver positions available May 211. Apply 8215 University Ave. FARMERS INSURANCE: We need contact managers. Telemarketing and Quoting. Opportunity for liscensing and commission. Wtaylor2@farmersagent.com FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH-PRESCHOOL DEPT. Hiring childcare providers. Sunday mornings and evenings. Must be 18 or older. Childcare experience is preferred. Please call 740-3736 for more information. GREAT SUMMER job as full-time, self-storage clerk. Possible part-time in the fall. Need people, phone and computer skills. Retail or business experience a plus, but will train. Apply at www.allamericanstorage.com under “Jobs.” Mention you’re applying for summer employment.

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1 BEDROOM. Probably the nicest you’ll find. Spotless. Quiet. Lawn kept. No pets. $455. 2302 18th. Available May 15th. 765-7182. 1, 2 & 3 BEDROOM HOUSES * TECH TERRACE Pre-lease today for June 1st occupancy. TTUrental.com 124 TEMPLE Ave. # 2. 1bed/1bath. Rent $695.00/$500.00 deposit. All bills paid. Newly remodeled.

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OAKWOOD METHODIST Pre-School and Summer Program is looking for fun and energetic staff to work with children ages 2-12. Must be able to start in May. Full and part time positions available. Experience or related education a must. Contact Fara 792-1220.

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Specialty store. Coffee, gifts, Godiva. Open 9am 9pm daily, 12 - 6 Sunday. Flexible shifts. Morning, afternoon, & evening shifts available. Apply in person only @ Otto’s Granary, 4119 Marsha Sharp Freeway (between El Chico Restaurant and La Quinta Hotel).

2218-15TH-B. 1 bed, 1 bath. Central h/a, washer/dryer, dishwasher. Fenced patio. Close to Tech. $425. Call 543-4223.

PART TIME Sales - Local publications need salesperson to contact Lubbock area home improvement, real estate, and retirement vendors. Contact 781-6376 or treblubbock@hotmail.com.

2309 34TH St #6. Small 2bed/1bath. Rent/$750.00 $500.00/Deposit. Water paid by owner. Newly remodeled inside/out.

SERVERS: LUNCHES 11am-2pm M-F. Apply in person only. El Chico, 4301 Marsha Sharp Freeway. Next door to Otto’s. SHELBY & Friends Childcare Center now hiring summer help. Flexible hours. Morning and afternoon shifts. Please apply in person 2423 87th St. on the corner of University & 87th. STUDENT NEEDED as a part time assistant in a physical therapy position for male patient in private home. Male preferred. Training will be provided. Excellent opportunity for experience in field of health care. 795-7495.

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College students/high school seniors. $15 base/appt. PT/FT flexible schedules. Sales/service. No experience necessary. All ages 17+, conditions apply. Start asap 785-5000. Workforstudents.com YWCA SUMMER camp seeking music and dance instructor. Contact Kyla or Carolyn 792-2723.

DESIGN AND Delivery - Can work from home if you have Quark - part time contract labor. Contact 781-6376 or treblubbock@hotmail.com EARN $10-15K This summer break! Free housing but only 5 positions available. Call 801.427.3470.

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TECH’S REID REDMAN slides back to first base during the fifth inning of Tech’s 8-7 win against Kansas at Dan Law Field on Sunday.

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Clean Sweep

The inning’s first two outs were recorded in quick fashion, pitting Kilcrease and the Red Raiders within a pitch of escaping with a win at that point. After a pair of Kansas players successfully reached base, Tucker Tharp did his part to extend the game by hitting a three-run home run, giving the Jayhawks a two-run lead. The moment came with its share of disbelief for the Tech dugout. “We were pretty frustrated, you know,” Barnes said. “But our coaches really calmed us down real quick, got us back into the zone and we had a good approach that last inning.” Kilcrease, despite Tharp’s blast, was credited with the victory, improving his record to 4-2. Tech’s Sunday starter, Duke von Schamann, lasted four innings, allowing two earned runs on four hits to go with three strikeouts. Spencer said the Kansas series was a “must-win” last week, considering the amount of games remaining on Tech’s schedule. A sweep of Kansas, though, now has the Red Raiders in fifth place, placing Tech right back in the hunt for a spot in the Big 12 Championships. “We know we’re not out of it,” Tomlinson said. “If we can come together right here at the end and make a run — that’s what matters.”

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End of May, through June and July only. One bedroom, fully funished. W/D, covered parking, close distance to Tech. $715 per month - plus $200 deposit. Call 432/638-7969 or email hol3@suddenlink.net

2223-15TH. 1 bed, 1 bath. Spacious, hardwood floors. Close to Tech. $395. Call 543-4223.

2320-18TH Rear. 1 bed, 1 bath. Close to Tech. $300. Call 543-4223. 2320-18TH. 2 bed, 2 bath. Spacious, hardwood floors, central h/a, washer/dryer. Close to Tech. $750. Call 543-4223. 3 BEDROOM house. 1 block Tech. Central heat, refrigerated air. No pets. Washer/dryer. $950/month. Bills paid. 792-3118. 3/1 TECH Terrace 2522 24th, updated, security system, central h/a, wood floors. June 1st http://www.merlinspetshop.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=101 Joe 806.441.0611 3/2 HARDWOOD FLOORS, central heat/air, washer/dryer hook up. $975 monthly. 806-535-1905. 2305 29th. 3/2 HARDWOOD FLOORS, central heat/air, washer/dryer hook up. $900 monthly plus bills. 806-5351905. 2407 35th. 312 AVE W. Rear. Efficiency. Private fencing. Rent $450.00, $300.00 deposit. 4/2 2415 25th, updated, central h/a, wood flooring, security system, bonus rooms, available June 1st $1540/mo http://www.merlinspetshop.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=101 Joe 806.441.0611 ADORABLE 3/2/1. Hardwood floors, large backyard and close to Tech. 4023 37th street. Call 806549-0364.

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HOUSE AVAILABLE NOW. 3/2/1 with carport, 1910 28th St. Refrigerator, dishwasher, washer/dryer provided. New central heat/air. No pets. Yard maintained. $900/month with $500 deposit. 806-632-0028. HOUSE FOR rent. $950/3bedrooms. New heating/cooling unit. Large backyard. No pets. 2504 Kenosha Ave.

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Buying any gold/silver jewelry. Any condition. Avery and others. Varsity Jewelers 1311 University. PRELEASE, AVAILABLE July 1st, 2213 27th, House, 2bedroom, 1bath, Stove, Refrigerator, Dishwasher, Central heat/air. washer/dryer connections. Tenant pays utilities. Rent $725.00 Deposit $350.00. Call 806-241-2227

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PRELEASE, AVAILABLE August 1st, 1910 26th house. 3bdrm, 3bath, stove, refrigerator, w/d connection, central heat/air,dishwasher. Tenant pays utilities. Rent $1,100.00 Dep. $750.00 Call 806241-2227 PRELEASE, AVAILABLE July 1st. 1914 25th Rear. 1bdrm, 1bath, stove,refrigerator, Window heat/air. Tenant pays utilities. Rent $400.00, Dep. $250.00, Call 806-241-2227 PRELEASE, AVAILABLE July 1st. 1914 25th Front. 4Bdrm, 2bath house, House has stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, w/d connection,central heat/air. Tenant pays utilities. Rent $1,600.00, Deposit $1,000.00. Call 806-241-2227 PRELEASE: AVAILABLE August 1st. 2306 29th. 3bedroom, 2bath House. Stove, Refrigerator, dishwasher, Central heat/air. Tenant pays utilities. Rent $1,200.00, Deposit $800.00. Call 806-241-2227

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ATTN ALL PERSONNEL: Col. Thomas W. Geary, 17th Trianing Wing Commander, regretfully announces the death of 2Lt John T. Rice, AFIT student, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX. Anyone having claims against or indebtedness to the estate of 2Lt. Rice should contact Capt. Toney, Summary Courts Officer, at extension 806-742-2143.



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