Volume 96, Issue 57
Friday January 10, 2003
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Mustangs schooled by Marauders on home floor

Despite their recent slide, the Western Mustangs men's basketball team is staying positive and confident...

The holiday hiatus took its toll on the Mustangs women's basketball team Wednesday night at Alumni Hall.



Mustangs holiday action

While Western students were participating in incessant debauchery and stuffing their faces with holiday goodness, the Mustangs men's hockey and basketball teams were shoring up their weaknesses during a holiday exhibition schedule.



The Gambling Man: Pan versus the clitoris

The Gambler enters the second round of the NFL playoffs at an all-time personal low – even lower than the time he was on LSD and thought Cindy Crawford was eating whipped cream off his belly and it turned out to be his beagle Sam..



Manville: Thank God "I am Canadian"

Despite the fact that the season for giving thanks is drawing to a close, like so many students before me, I'm going to have to ask the powers that be for an extension.

After watching Canada's World Junior hockey team electrify the city of Halifax and this entire country, I just have too much to be thankful for.
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Welcoming the world

For nine days in the summer of 2006, London, Ontario will be the centre of the field lacrosse world.

On Dec. 17, it was announced that London would be the host city of the 2006 World Field Lacrosse Championships, beating out some reputable cities such as London, England and Melbourne, Australia.


Hockey Pool Results as of January 10

 


Hustlin' with new soccer coach Mike Van Bussel

Over the holiday break, the Western women's soccer team added a new look to their head coaching position with the promotion of former assistant coach Mike Van Bussel, who replaced former boss Mark Eys. Van Bussel takes over a very talented team that made it to the Nationals this past year.

The Gazette talked to the new coach and asked him about his upcoming challenges.

 

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