Volume 90, Issue 94

Friday, March 21, 1997




Football games were getting drier and less violent according to a report released this week in 1978, The Gazette reported March 21.

The report was released by the student police who said only two incidents of theft or damage occurred at Mustang football games, thanks to a ban on alcohol at varsity events imposed for the first time that season. This amounted to a 70 per cent reduction in incidents over the previous year when 42 incidents of theft of damage had occurred.

Dave Clark, student police chief, said relations between students and the student police improved as a result of the ban.

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