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  • Carol C. Cheung -- The Tech
    Students sign up for ice skating during the second quarter registration for physical education classes held last night in Rockwell Cage.

  • Rich Domonkos -- The Tech
    Thuy Le '97 kicks the ball upfield in Wednesday's soccer match against Wheaton College.

  • Sharon N. Young Pong -- The Tech
    The Hot Box Girls perform a dance number during the Musical Theater Guild's performance of Guys and Dolls. Starting from the left are Wendy Douglas, Leaure Allen W '96, Jennifer Snatos, and Vicharin Pebbles Vadaken '97.

  • Rich Domonkos -- The Tech
    Heather Noyes '97 scores a goal for MIT in the last soccer match of the seaso on Wednesday. MIT won the game, beating Wheaton College 4-3.

  • Sharon N. Young Pong -- The Tech
    Stephanie A. Spavero '96 gargled water to the national anthem in Lobby 10 yesterday as part of her campaign for Ugliest Manifestation on Campus, a project being run by Alpha Phi Omega to raise money for charity. She is currently in the lead, with dontations totaling $242.04 on the fourth day of voting. The voting for UMOC officially ends today at 5 p.m.

  • Sharon N. Young Pong -- The Tech
    Transparent Horizons, the hack candidate for Ugliest Manifestion on Campus, is located between the two towers of East Campus. Transparent Horizons is in seventh place out of th eight candidates with $17.27 in donations.

  • Sharon N. Young Pong -- The Tech
    The gamblers in the Musical Theater Guild's production of Guys and Dolls hound Nathan (Andrew Berger G) for the location of a cap game. The first performance is tonight at 8 p.m. in La Sala de Puetro Rico.