January 28, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 65  

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SPORTS

Swimmers’ confidence rising heading into provincials

The term “sleeping with the fishes” is usually used by nefarious and portly Italian gangsters in reference to snitches and guys who sleep with their sisters, not about the Western swimming team. Well, at Friday’s dual meet, the swimming Mustangs proved that point and did everything but sleep.


Hardknocks hosts kickboxing

A clean, fair fight is for many people a contradiction. But for others, a query about the time and location of the match is the initial response. For the latter, this past Sunday at Hardknocks on Dundas St. — London’s only K1, kickboxing and Muay Thai gym — gave visitors just that opportunity, with some Thai culture mixed in.


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Bogus ’84 Cup ring sold

EDMONTON (CP) — Someone has paid more than US$10,000 to buy Peter Pocklington’s 1984 Stanley Cup ring on the Internet, but the former owner of the Edmonton Oilers says it isn’t the real thing.


 

 

 

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