September 26, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 17  

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SPORTS

Western puts on defensive clinic

Two confident teams met in a women's rugby match on Wednesday. One team left with even more confidence, while the other left with their heads hanging in shame.


Shannon Gerrie


Once upon a time...
Baseball Wars

Their baseball is real. But they are not.

No, it's not some Spielberg-esque version of "A.I. Baseball." The game was Base Wars, a curious amalgam of baseball and gladiatorial combat for the original 8-bit Nintendo. If you ever had a craving for robot baseball/violence, then this game fits your niche perfectly.


Outside the Western gates

Below is what happened in the world of professional sports last week:


"Sausage party" earns money

If you ask the organizers, it's all about the liquid-injected balls.

This weekend the Off Campus Dons are hosting Western's first ever road hockey tournament. The "O.C. Cup" promises to be the largest road hockey tournament to ever take place in London. Twenty-four teams of five members each will take to the asphalt in an attempt to win some prizes and have their team name be the first engraved on the O.C. Cup.


Letters from the edge

What the Shuk?

Dear Brett Favre,

It's been quite a ride over your 11 years in Green Bay. Three MVP awards, eight playoff appearances, a painkiller addiction, a record-setting consecutive games played streak and a Super Bowl win. That's a Hall of Fame resumé with absolutely nothing left to prove.


Mustang Briefs


 

 

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