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September 30, 1999
  Gauntlet worse than Hitler, says loyal readerPDF files may take a moment to load

I am a loyal reader and have to say this year's paper is the worst crap I've ever seen.

Many times I've sat by and stayed my pen. But I can no longer sit by and hold my breath and hope things change.

I pay good money for your rag, $3.50 a semester works out to around 25 cents an issue. And what does that Quarter get me? Only your lies, that's what.


September 30, 1999
  The tip-offPDF files may take a moment to load

• Remember Darryl Leason? Do you care what he's doing now? The former Dinos quarterback, with brother Mike in tow, has joined the Calgary Wolfpack in the Alberta Football League. The AFL, for those (like me) who have never heard of it, is a tackle league made up of CIAU, Prairie Junior and high school alumni. The Leasons will play with the Wolfpack this year while looking for another university team to play with next season.

September 30, 1999
  Dinos cross-country team unstoppable, like HannibalPDF files may take a moment to load

Running over hills, rocks, trees, bodies of unconscious opponents, and anything else in their way, the University of Calgary Dinos cross-country team returned from a meet last Saturday in Missoula, Montana.

"We were competing against NCAA schools," said cross-country coach Doug Lamont. "The men ran an 8 km distance, the women ran a 6 km distance."

Only the men had a full team attending the meet With many first-year runners on the women's side, there wasn't a full roster.

September 30, 1999
  SU by-election comingPDF files may take a moment to load

That's right, election time is here again, at least for the position of one Students' Union Operations & Finance Commissioner, who helps the Vice-president Op-Fi carry out her duties, as well as handle conference funding and clubs.

The candidates competing for the position in the Oct. 6-8 SU by-election are Jeremy Barretto, Tyler Brekko, Fouad Jomaa, and Nick Vuckovic.

Jomaa, who feels individuals can make a difference, plans to observe campus life and be responsible and accountable to the student body.

September 30, 1999
  A whiter shade of palePDF files may take a moment to load

Something has stuck in the craw of news watchers at the University of Calgary since last March. What the hell was Rod Love

Our mustached Board of Governors member did an about face when he voted against a maximum tuition increase. For those who don't know, in Love's checkered past he was Ralph Klein's right hand man (a sort of Lady MacBeth, if you will).


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