September 30, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 18  

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SPORTS

Mustangs trample Gryphons
Rookie Kandola nets hat trick

What do rapper 50 Cent and Western Mustang Melissa Kandola have in common? They've both got the "Magic Stick."

Led by first-year attack forward Melissa Kandola, the Mustang women's lacrosse team downed the Guelph Gryphons 9-6 on a cool and cloudy Sunday afternoon


Baseball playoff preview pt. I

Atlanta Braves (NL East champs) vs. Chicago Cubs (NL Central champs)

The Braves find themselves with more hitting than their opposition, but less pitching. What's wrong with this picture? Chicago's duo of Mark Prior and Kerry Wood are tough to top in a five-game series and that's not even considering 14-game winner Matt Clement.


Cross country success
Mustangs gaining momentum

The 29th Annual Western International Cross Country Invitational went off without a hitch this past Saturday at Thames Valley Golf Course.

This year's event featured seven of the top 10 women's teams in Canada, as well as four of the top 10 men's squads. To make it truly an international event, four American schools were in attendance as well.


 

 

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