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TodayCleanliness is next to ... money     David Giuliani made his millions on toothbrushes - electric toothbrushes, actually. Come learn how he did it, at the last of the school of business's High-Tech Entrepreneurship Speakers series. Giuliani, CEO of Optiva and introducer of the wildly successful Sonicare toothbrush, will discuss his firm's success in using technology to improve oral hygiene. FREE and open to the public at 6:30 p.m. at the Boeing Auditorium, Seafirst Executive Education Center next to Balmer.TomorrowFor God and country     Learn about the tenuous relationship between religion and political power in Latin America at the Latin American Studies-sponsored film, Miracles Are Not Enough (1993, 57 min., VHS). The movie covers an exploration of the growing theological breaks within the church and the changing role of the church in politics as these nations experience a burst of interest in religion. FREE and open to UW students, faculty and staff only. 1:30 p.m., Kane 19.Hallelujah!     Want to spread the word and stir up a ruckus? Drop by the first meeting of the United Voices Gospel Choir, which will be meeting every Friday at 6:15 p.m. in the Music Building, room 117. This choir is the UW's one and only Gospel Choir. Open to all "who enjoy singing gospel and having a great time as [they] spread the gospel."SaturdayThe future of physics     Increasing collaboration of the biological and physical sciences is creating new disciplines, industries, and research opportunities. A symposium, entitled, "Frontiers of Biological Physics," will focus on the successes and the promises of these new efforts. Sponsored through the Arts and Sciences Exchange Program by the department of physics and the department of physiology and biophysics. 9 a.m. to 5:40 p.m., A102 Physics/Astronomy Building. A complete schedule can be found on the Web at depts.washington.edu/symposia.Seminar     Interested in Middle Eastern politics? Check out the Greater Pacific Northwest Middle East Regional Seminar from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in Walker-Ames Room, Kane Hall. Various speakers. Registration required; $5 for students, $15 for everyone else. Sponsored by the Middle East Center and Jackson School of International Studies. For more information, call 543-4227.Las Vegas calling?     It's not quite Little New York, but you if can't wait till spring break to indulge your gambling lusts, check out tonight's Casino-the-HUB: Winter Quarter Hold 'Em Poker Tournament, hosted by The Poker Club, a registered student organization. The event is open to all UW students at a charge or $10 a head, and while you won't get to keep your winnings, winners will get prizes. 2 p.m., HUB 200C. For more information, look up students.washington.edu/theflop #hide#show http_user_agent="Lynx"#show Previous article Next article Copyright©2000 The Daily University of Washington #include virtual="/html/macros/1999/news.bottom.html"  

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