Volume 96, Issue 69
Friday January 31, 2003
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Dave Picard/Gazette
USED GLOVES, STICKS AND HELMETS FOR SALE. Last Friday night was a war on ice between Lakehead and Western. Here lies the remnants of the bad blood that boiled over during the final period of the Mustangs 9-2 win.

LAST UPDATED: Friday, January 31, 2003 - 2:30 p.m.

Women ballers bury Lancers by recovering blown lead

Looking to extend their home-winning streak to four games, the Western Mustangs women's basketball team came out like a runaway train in Wednesday night's battle against the Windsor Lancers.



Peaker meets the mark

No Grozelle, no problem.

Without the Western Mustangs' 50-point man, point guard Jimmy Grozelle, the men's basketball team still came out on top 67-64 over the Windsor Lancers in another exhilarating contest at Alumni Hall Wednesday night..



Them's The Breaks: Ignorance not always bliss

There's a reason why it is the most popular game on the planet.

Soccer is an exhilarating sport to watch. Although some people refer to it as a gentleman's sport played by hooligans (rugby being the hooligans sport played by gentlemen), it is far from that – at least, most of the time.

 


Shooting from the Hick: Chickens could play soccer

Alright, I'm not going to sugar coat this or beat around the goal posts – soccer is a boring game for simpletons.

Soccer, football, "futball" – whatever you call it – is definitely a game, and a game of skill at its highest level, but it's also a game that anyone can play
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Purple Pipe: men's hockey and J-Gro

This past weekend was a huge one for Western athletics, so choosing the Purple Pipe winner was not an easy task.


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