May 20, 2004  
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The 2004 Pan American Cup: a global stage for field hockey

Any London sports fan feeling deprived of action this summer no longer needs to twiddle his thumbs. An international event of high magnitude is currently taking place extremely close to home.

Another ‘What if?’ year for the Toronto Maple Leafs

Goy meets world
Aron Yeomanson

Sports Editor

A quick snap of Jeremy Roenick’s wrist was all it took to shatter the hopes of an entire city. And within minutes, the latest elimination of the Toronto Maple Leafs commenced rumblings of the seemingly perennial question: what if?

Summer fun for lonely London dwellers

Over the course of summer, you might find yourself trapped alone in London, completely bored out of your mind with nothing to do. Since you haven’t found a job yet and your roommates have ditched you for the comforts of living at home with mommy and daddy, you’ll need to combat the boredom.

One on One: remembering Pat Tillman

Larkin in the dark
Matt Larkin

Gazette Staff

Incredible Hurk
Ian Van Den Hurk

Sports Editor



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