Volume 96, Issue 81
Wednesday March 5, 2003
Kremey dream

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LAST UPDATED: Wednesday, March 5, 2003 - 1:35 p.m.

Western teams caught slacking over break

Every Western team has bit the proverbial bullet, save the track and field team and the women's curling team. Listed below is the athletic carnage that took place over Slack Week.



Who steals the rock?

To help you in your quest for mediocrity, The Gazette has put together a comparative review of the two hottest basketball games on the market: NBA 2K3 from Sega, and EA Sports Canada's NBA Live 2003.




Shooting from the Hick: Athletics out west is best

I spent the other night watching a hockey game and drinking a beer – no different than any other hockey game right?

The difference was that I was in the stands drinking a beer at a University of Alberta hockey game in Edmonton.

 


Gas and fists

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) – Bob Gibson was sued by a man who contends the Hall of Fame pitcher punched and kicked him last year.

In the lawsuit filed Feb. 13 in Sarpy County District Court, Miguel B. Sanchez seeks $4,711 US for lost wages, bloodied clothes and medical bills. He also seeks unspecified damages for pain and suffering.




Hockey Pool Results as of March 05, 2003

 

 

 


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