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Volume 91, Issue 40
Friday, November 7, 1997
The Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is seeking the assistance of all mall dwellers in their first Magical Mystery Tour event.
On Nov. 9, Goodlife Fitness Club will host a physical and intellectual fund-raising competition in Galleria London. Participants may engage in Donovan's [indoor track] relay, rowing machine races, the "Bull's Eye" squash tournaments and the "Mind over Matter" cerebral challenge.
Virginia Daugharty, chapter administrator for the London branch of the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, said over three quarters of the proceeds will be directed to research, with the remaining amount going towards future fund-raising events, chapter activities and family support projects.
For years Peter Gzowski, like a cup of coffee, was a staple in many radio listeners morning routine and students now have an opportunity to hear him speak in person.
On Nov. 10 at 7 p.m., The BookStore and the University Students' Council Speakers will be presenting "An Evening with Peter Gzowski" in the University Community Centre's McKellar Room.
Gzowski will be talking about his years at Morningside, a national radio show on CBC radio, said manager of marketing services for the USC, Bob Klanac.
He will also be discussing his soon-to-be-released book entitled The Morningside Years, Klanac said, adding the evening will be a free ranging look at what is going on in the nation with a wide variety of topics. Admission is free.
Second-year Ivey MBA students will have the opportunity to test their business skills at the annual case competition to be held at the Ivey Business School tomorrow.
All second-year MBA students are eligible to participate in teams of four, with a record 16 teams competing this year. The competition will determine the top three teams who will be heading to different points on the globe.
Last year, the Ivey teams captured first place in both Barcelona and Montreal, defeating students from top academic institutions, said MBA Students' Association President Ed Nabrotzky.
The first and second-place teams will participate in international case competitions in Barcelona and Atlantic City in April 1998. The third-place team will engage their skills at McGill University.
In "Sexual Assault: A Survivor's story" published on Oct. 29, "David" the man charged with assault, is not the present owner of the King's Inn convenience store and has no relationship with the current store or its ownership.
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