Volume 96, Issue 82
Thursday March 6, 2003
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Purple Pipe: Skaters
Figure skaters take OUA gold

The Pipe's most recent recipients are experts in double axles, triple salchows, toe flips, lutzes and that thing where the person spins on that little spike thing on the end of the skate. In other words, figure skaters.



Manville: Why sports should run your life

While some people tend to hold sports more dear than kin, most place as much value on watching the Leafs and Senators as they put on preserving the legacy of Scott Baio.

Anti-sporting types will argue there is no reason to put any stock in something that is so clearly the opiate of the masses. Hey, I took MIT; I'm hip to the idea that certain things exist just to distract you from paying attention to what really matters. Take Rosie O'Donnell for example
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Sports Interrogation

he soothsayer told Julius Caesar to "beware the ides of March." Well, he should have told The Gazette sports section that, because we're plum out of sports to write about. March is here, and with it (along with the ides), comes the National Collegiate Athletic Association's basketball tournament, commonly known as March Madness. The Gazette trudged across the snowy campus, valiantly withstanding the fierce elements, in search of the answer to the following question:

Is March Madness all that it is cracked up to be, and if so, is NCAA basketball a better product than the NBA?

 


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