Volume 96, Issue 62
Tuesday January 21, 2003
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LAST UPDATED: Tuesday, January 21, 2003 - 12:30 p.m.

London joins international protest against war on Iraq

A PLEA FOR PEACE. Jack Layton, a candidate for the leadership of the federal NDP party was in London to speak at the peace protest held on Saturday outside the John Labatt Centre. About 500 people were on hand to hear Layton and others speak.

Photo by: Paolo Zinatelli/Gazette

THEATRE REVIEW: Yeomen of the Guard
Theatre Western triumphs at Talbot

"TALK TO THE FAN, CAUSE THE FACE DON'T UNDERSTAND!" Two players get dramatic in Gilbert and Sullivan's Yeoman of the Guard.

Photo by: Niru Somayajula/Gazette

Boyce shuts down Windsor

HERE I GO AGAIN, ON MY OWN. A Mustangs forward goes down the only road he's ever known and over the blue line untouched.

Photo by: Allen Chen/Gazette

Is it Clark Kent or Peter Sidler?

WHAT DID THE BALL EVER DO TO HIM? Volleballer Peter Sidler unleashes a furious spike on an innocent volleyball.

Photo by: Dave Picard/Gazette

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