Volume 96, Issue 99
Friday April 4, 2003
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LAST UPDATED: Friday, April 4, 2003 - 3:30 p.m.

Varsity Athletics: fighting for survival

Walking through the baron bowels of Alumni Hall, you will pass a row of squash courts whose doors are locked, lights are turned out and windows are hermetically sealed. The rationale behind the court's condemnation is that no one has anted up for their occupancy fees.

Many would assume the Alumni Hall squash courts to be the home of the dynastic Western men's squash team, but the Mustangs have not used the facilities since 1994, despite paying the occupancy fees for the courts until this year..



The Gambling Man
Avalanche over Care Bears?


Just over two months since his ejection from the Super Bowl for what authorities called "an unfortunate incident involving Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Jon Gruden, a can of cannola oil, a bearskin rug and four pounds of ground beef," the Gambling Man returns for the looming NHL playoffs.




Beyond the arc: Shaq attack might get wacked

The NBA playoffs are on the horizon and they are as predictable as a Vince Carter knee injury. The Eastern Conference teams will fight tooth-and-nail to get to the finals, only to get wasted by the powers out west.

 


College forever: No sour grapes; raise a Bubba to Don for his worthy cause

To some, beer is just beer, but to me, it's man's greatest invention – aside from maybe Hockey Night in Canada.

Lately, Molson has made the allure of beer and hockey even more difficult to resist with the release of their Don Cherry Bubba cans just in time for the playoffs.

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