Volume 96, Issue 87
Friday March 14, 2003
Deep breaths

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LAST UPDATED: Monday, March 17, 2003 - 2:40 p.m.

Japanese wrestlers bring foreign flavour

Nine wrestlers and numerous coaches from Japan's Nodai University converged on Western's campus for two practices in Alumni Hall on Tuesday and Wednesday. The visit is part of an exchange co-ordinated by Mustangs coach Ray Takahashi and Nodai coach Yasumitsu Toba.



A wily bunch of Nogoodnicks

The unisex varsity road hockey team, aptly named the Nogoodnicks, are a rabble-rousing group of ruffians with a penchant for debauchery. They were banned from Ontario University Athletics conference competition in 1976, and although competitive university road hockey has since been downgraded to a recreational weekend activity, the Nogoodnicks have stood fast.




Purple Pipe: Moskal

The Purple Pipe was aimlessly floating around, looking to spread its purple love before finally landing with women's track star Jennifer Moskal.

 


Leafs over the hill

They say there's a sucker born every minute. In Canada, we call them Leafs fans.

Every year the Leafs con their fans into believing they can win a Cup. This is the worst year yet, with the tease of the talented Owen Nolan poised to sucker fans in more. Why would a team that is among the oldest in the NHL try to get older? Housley, Gilmour and Wesley add over 110 years to the roster.




"Killer" arrives to save the day

Doug Gilmour is the best damn Leafs player of our generation. Now he's back where he belongs.

Although the trade deadline has usually elapsed before the Leafs clue into the fact that they need any new personnel to aid their quest for the Cup, this year has been a pleasant surprise. With the acquisition of blue-liners Phil Housley and Glen Wesley and star right-winger Owen Nolan, the Leafs are now officially stacked



 


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