Volume 96, Issue 13
Thursday September 19, 2002
red-headed secrets

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LAST UPDATED: Thursday, September 19, 2002 - 12:30 p.m.

Western tennis teams going for Williams-like domination

The rackets are dusted off and the tennis season is about to kick off for the Western Mustangs. We can't promise you Anna Kournikova or Patrick Rafter, but The Gazette does have the scoop on what you will see this season from the men's and women's squads down at the University Tennis Centre.



Manville: Sorry Cory Cross - you're cut

Like so many recent university graduates, Cory Cross has got to be a little worried about his job prospects for the coming year.

The lead footed Toronto Maple Leafs defenceman can't be too optimistic he will be playing in the National Hockey League for too long, once the new anti-obstruction rules are enforced.



Purple Pipe: Eva Havaris

Choosing the Purple Pipe recipient this week took all of five seconds for The Gazette's sports editors
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