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September 30, 2004
  Not quite undefeatedPDF files may take a moment to load

They've still got it. That's what the Dinos women's volleyball team showed last weekend at the University of Regina's tournament. The team opened on Friday to a bittersweet beginning, beating the U of R Cougars 3-0, but losing to the University of Alberta Pandas 1-3. After Calgary won the first set, the Pandas came back to win the next three sets.

According to Robyn Horner, "that's what pre-season's all about. We tried some new things and we lost our focus. We don't plan on losing to them again this season."

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September 30, 2004
  Soccersaurs settle for a tiePDF files may take a moment to load

The men's soccer game on Sat., Sept. 25 against the University of British Columbia T-Birds was "eerily similar" to previous games this season. The Dinos must like it from behind, because they spent most of the game catching up to the T-Birds. The first goal came from a blatantly offside Luke Sandilands of UBC. The goal questionably bounced in off the post.

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September 30, 2004
  Six rookie ballers to make things rightPDF files may take a moment to load

"We're bigger, we're deeper, and we're a year older."

Women's basketball Head Coach Shawnee Harle's words are filled with meaning. Because you are stoopid, we will tell you that meaning:

An import of height or growth hormones has left the team taller than ever. There is enough talent for red-shirts this year, keeping everyone hungry for court time. And none of last year's players wore out their eligibility, but like the rest of us they did get a year older.

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September 30, 2004
  Three shutouts and still truckin'PDF files may take a moment to load

Birds of a feather flock together and the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds certainly flocked to a 1-0 loss under the mighty wrath of our Dinos women's soccer squad Sat., Sept. 25. As the University of Calgary Facilities team finally got their act together, bleachers, stands and admission tables were setup at the game for what turned out to be quite a sizable home-team crowd. Our ladies took on last year's Canada West champs. The DJ/PA announcer however, still sucked.

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September 30, 2004
  Filmfest: After The Apocalypse is devestatingly goodPDF files may take a moment to load

As the old saying goes: A picture is worth a thousand words. This couldn't be truer than with director Yasuaki Nakajima's first feature length film, After the Apocalypse, a post apocalyptic drama where all of the people left alive after World War Three have lost the ability to speak.

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