March 5, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 81  

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SPORTS

Briefcases to hockey sticks
MBA’s battle for the Ivey Cup

This weekend, master’s business administration students will be putting down their cell phones and laptops, loosening their ties and reverting back to the true Canadian pastime of hockey.


Chess enters grand Olympic stage

Chess. It’s a game of kings, a game for the nobility — one of calculating strategists and superfast super computers, but it will soon be the game of Olympians too. It is also a game for skilled university students, like Western’s chess team.


First transsexual pro golfer

SYDNEY, Australia (AP) — Mianne Bagger, believed to be the first known transsexual to take part in a professional women’s golf tournament, says being born male isn’t an advantage against female rivals.


 

 

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