October 29 , 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 33  

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Mustangs trounce Windsor in home opener
Rice makes early waves with four goals

The Western Mustangs men's hockey team scored early and often in their home opener against Windsor on Saturday night at Thompson Arena.

Women's hockey team comes up Blue

In a disappointing battle of sticks, the Western women's hockey team caught the first Toronto epidemic since SARS.

Purple Pipe: Kristin Ferguson

With the women's rugby team enjoying a perfect season this year, it's hard not to find at least one player deserving of the prestigious Purple Pipe. The entire team has had a very successful season, gaining the No. 1 ranking in the province. The Mustangs will be travelling to Alberta today to compete nationally in the Canadian Interuniversity Sport Championships.

Jock Talk with Fergie

How were you first motivated to play rugby?
Well, both my brother and sister played during high school and where I'm from (Brampton) if you don't play rugby you might as well not play anything.


WASHINGTON (AP) -The newly unmasked steroid causing a furor in athletics is an illegal drug, not a dietary supplement, and poses some serious health risks to people who use it, the Food and Drug Administration warned Tuesday.



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