Volume 96, Issue 78
Tuesday February 18, 2003
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LAST UPDATED: Tuesday, February 18, 2003 - 12:45 p.m.

'Stangs stumble, but win

The Western women's volleyball team came out of the time-out in the third set on Saturday afternoon and didn't look back while rolling over Wilfrid Laurier University 3-1 (25-23, 14-25, 25-18, 25-11) at Alumni Hall.



The "Heckler's" mission foiled

Western's women's basketball team quieted the University of Lakehead's one-man travelling peanut gallery on Saturday night, en route to a sentimental victory in front of friends, family and onlookers. The lone heckler rained a multitude of taunts on a veteran Western squad, but the Mustangs held their composure in a 80-70 coast at Alumni Hall.




Weekend review

It was a grand weekend for the smaller sports at Western. Here is a recap of what happened.




Bell Tolls: Singing the February blues

As I sit here staring at my computer thinking of something remotely interesting to write about, I have come to the realization that February truly is the month of the blues.




Tyson tussle tattooed

LAS VEGAS (CP-AP) – A new tattoo on Mike Tyson's face is one of the reasons his comeback fight with Clifford Etienne in Memphis on Sunday could be cancelled, according to reports.





Hockey, hockey and more hockey

ARDROSSAN, Alta. (CP) – Tired and rubbery-legged, 40 amateur hockey players skated and stickhandled their way into the Guinness Book of Records and raised at least $40,000 to fight cancer with a record-setting 80-hour game.

 

 

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