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— No. 2

34th Year

Fund-raiser held for By Janine Toms On

13

Jan.

around 6 p.m. after a car collided with a minivan before slamming into

Club Abstract

the side of the building, snapping a

in

ignited, setting the exterior wall of

28 homeless residents of the

Station Hotel after a fire collapsed

the building

forming for the evening included the

two-car accident, Waterloo regional

Station Hotel All Star Blues Band,

police have charged the driver of the

Shawn Kellerman, Tim

car,

Lee, Steve

a 60-year-old

Kitchener

resi-

dent, with failing to stop for a red light.

Fire crews

worked hard

keep

to

flames from spreading though the

the cold night of the fire hun-

by hosing down the

dreds of shocked onlookers gathered

entire structure

behind yellow police barricades to

adjoining three-storey building and

watch as flames tore through the

knocking out windows

hotel,

to

smoke

clouds of black

sending large sections of the

Though they were

building crumbling to the sidewalk

for class pr<

fire.

Following investigation into the

On

buil

on

the building on Dec. 21. Artists per-

Strongman and a list of others. Tickets were $20 with all proceeds going to those affected by the fire.

Student

The escaping gas

natural gas pipe.

Kitchener held a benefit concert for the

allow the

to escape.

able to save

some

The 1 34-year-old

sections of the structure, a large por-

was lost to the blaze. Heavy equipment has now begun to clear away the charred rubble as

family has

Kitchener, collapsed after 10-metre-

city officials continue to inspect the

structure

high flames ripped through it, forcing tenants and patrons out onto the

soundness of the remaining portion of the fire-ravaged hotel to deter-

street.

mine how the

The

approach Stephen and Duane Chris, whose

hotel fire started in one of

landmarks

oldest

will

at

comer of Weber and Victoria on Dec. 21, leaving 28 people

fire

(Photo by Janine Toms)

tion of the hotel

owners

was destroyed by

homeless.

The 134-year-old Station Hotel, located at the comer of Victoria and downtown streets in Weber

hotel’s rebuilding.

Station Hotel, on the

streets in Kitchener,

below.

Kitchener’s

victims

fire

owned

the hotel since

K-W Record

On the night of the fire,

a city tran-

about what to do for some time. indicated that they do intend to salvage as much of the his-

bus was sent to the site to offer tenants, many of whom had lived in the hotel for well over 10 years, a warm resting place as members of the Canadian Red Cross Society made arrangements to provide ternporary housing assistance to the

toric building as possible.

residents.

1924, said in a Dec. 22 article,

that

even

if

the remaining

declared safe, the family will not be making any decision is

They have

sit

Woodworking students receive awards costing

By Laurie Vandenhoff

him

better

marks

in other

classes.

While

the

money awarded

Students were given 10 hours of

to the

class time a

winners of Conestoga College’s Mastercraft Award will hardly

projects

money they put made projects, the

PAGE

3

receive

is

into

their

recognition they

considered priceless. stu-

cash prize and goes onto the college-wide competition.

dents assembled their projects in

foyer of the Woodworking Centre on Dec. 20 to be judged for the department’s program-level of the

At

$500 and has on a program

winners from the program competition will

go on

to

compete

at the

college-wide event held in May. “It’s an opportunity for all of our students to submit a project to be evaluated by all of the faculty in

our department,” said woodworking teacher Dennis O'Reilly. "It

not really a competition,

it’s

s

more

of an evaluation of what the students have produced."

O'Reilly judges and helps organ-

Lord of the Rings

ize the event that is held at the

true to novel.

PAGE

COMMENTARY Eco-crisis old

news

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4

end

of each semester for second-year

6

woodworking students. The two woodworking programs, technology- and technician, com-

O'Reilly

duced by

Woodworking

teacher

Mark Bramer judges one of the entries for the in the Woodworking Centre on

woodworking technology program was a miniature pool table pro-

cian program does not have a previous winner, the project chosen

were also given the opportunity to show their stuff at the Dec. 20

duced by Shawn Dickie. His project will be put against Scott Setchell’s, the winner from the

this

summer

semester.

Setchell

won

with his design of a

semester was a desk created

by Christopher Sanders, whose well-designed table cost more than $-1,000 and many hours to make. "All material costs are covered by

bed.

winner receiving a $250 prize and the opportunity to compete in the

to

The project chosen from

two years we

at the college-level."

(Photo by Laurie Vandenhoff)

college-wide event held in May.

winner of the Dec. 20 competition will be evaluated against another semes-

Faculty will evaluate these two

college-wide

Mastercraft

Competition. the

the Mastercraft

last

The winner of this event will be announced at the June convocation. First-year woodworking students

enter one student over the course of

winner.

at

have

varies

ter's

proud of the work pro“We've been

very successful

won

name engraved

his students.

Dec. 20. Second-year woodworking students were allowed to enter their projects in the competition in order to win the right to participate in the

projects later in the year with the

the

is

their

Competition. The

slat

means

com-

shield.

program-level Mastercraft award held

pete separately as the college-wide event only allows each program to

a year. This

that event students will

pete against other programs within Conestoga. That winner receives

The

the Mastercraft Competition.

they

Sanders’ project will be evaluated against the winning project from the spring semester. The winner from those two also wins a

self-

Second-year woodworking

to work on the were a course

week

requirement.

reimburse students for the time and

Student to donate liver to save mom.

as

While the woodworking techni-

the

students."

said

O'Reilly.

"It

anywhere from $50 to $400." However, some students opt spend more.

Money was not all Sanders sacriHe said all his time was

ficed.

spent creating the table, sometimes

event.

Students are required to manu-

box in their first The best two boxes from each group of 16 are put on display to compete for the Julius Blum Award, given for excellence in woodworking, with the first- and facture a jewelry

semester.

second-place

winners

receiving

cash prizes. This semester's winners were

VanKesteren VanDerHeick. Phil

and

Rick


— SPOKE, Jan.

Page 2

2002

14,

Woodworking student drums up competition By Laurie Vandenhoff While Tom Macintosh certainly dances to the beat of his own drum, is it the beat of the one he created in his

woodworking

class.

Macintosh, a second-year wood-

working

student

at

Conestoga

College, wanted to involve his two

when designing

loves

a project for

one of his classes. “I’m a big drummer and I’m a big woodworker. So I thought I would combine the two and make the drum cabinet,” he said. circular cabinet serves

The small as

but also produces

table

a

the

sounds of a drum. “I didn't want to make another square cabinet because anyone can

do squares,” Macintosh said. The drum cabinet proved to be a semester’s

this

at

hit

held

Competition

Mastercraft the

in

Woodworking Centre on Dec. 20. "Originally it was just going to be a cabinet, but to have

play

it

actually turned out

some good sound. So now

it,”

he

I

gave the crowd a demonstration of what the cabinet could do. The sound produced was quite similar to that of a drum. And it all happened by accident. “I didn’t think it was going to

Macintosh

work until “I won’t it

I

hit it,”

talk

Macintosh, a second-yoar woodworking student, shows students and teachers the Mastercraft competition held in the Woodworking Centre on Dec. 20.

Tom

said.

he

about

in

how

his

drum works. His drum cabinet was an

said, adding,

why

hit

I

though.”

While Macintosh’s cabinet did not win the competition, next year’s project will be another award hopeful.

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Daughter

donate part

to

Transplant necessary after hepatitis By

Graham

Julie

the body, the liver

is

C

14,

2002

— Page 3

mom

of liver to

led to cirrhosis of the liver in 46-year-old

located in the

upper quadrant of the abdomen, under the diaphragm. Blood passes through the liver and is cleansed and metabolized. The liver also produces bile to eliminate toxic substances and aid digestion. According to the Canadian Liver Foundation, to 300,000 up Canadians may be infected with the hepatitis C virus but are unaware because the symptoms are usually right

When Andrea Muneh saw how

ill

Charmainc had mother become, she took it upon herself to do some research. Alter reading her

about her mother’s hepatitis

damaged

liver,

transplant

C

and

she realized a liver

would probably be needmom and decided she

ed for her

wanted to be the donor. knew my “About a year ago, mom had liver damage. We didn't yet know she had cirrhosis but we did know that she had hepatitis C,” I

said

Munch,

24.

“When

the time

up, right

came

undetected until the disease

I

damage

Liver

jumped

in

and

said,

leads to a blockage

of blood flowing through the liver

and thus prevents the organ from

going to donate.’

‘I’m

infection of hepatitis C.

the viral

away

is in its

advanced stage, which could take up to 20 years. Cirrhosis of the liver results from permanent damage or scarring of the organ and can be caused from

functioning normally.

Not, ‘I’m willing

to,’

Liver disease can have more than

but, ‘I’m donating.’”

100 different forms and disease in Canada.

Toronto student “I

took

it

the Internet

the

is

fourth leading cause of death by

Andrea Munch,

Munch

upon myself to go on and read up on infor-

said her operation, sched-

uled for Jan. '29, will take up to eight hours, and her mother will be

room

0 hours.

mation about the worst-case sce-

in the operating

nario

which was a live-donor transI kind of decided on my own terms and said in my head that if

After a fairly large incision from

plant.

her

this

what's going to happen,

is

know

I

for

mid chest down

1

to both her

hips, her three lower ribs will be broken to gain access to her liver.

“Then they bile ducts and

closing

the

what I'm going to do," said the Cambridge resident. After seeing specialists in Guelph and London, it was determined that Charmaine, 46, would need a transLondon Health the at plant

veins they have to cut off. From that point on they put you on a full respirator ... really you’re dead!” Munch explained the surgeons will

Sciences Centre.

be taking the

“When the time came up, right away I jumped in and said, ‘I’m

liver,

this is

going to donate.’ Not, ‘I'm willing but, ‘I’m donating,”’ said to,’

start

there are

all

some major

lob of her

full right

In the meantime Charmaine’s right lob will be removed. “While

sewing

they’re

my

me

up,

two-thirds to

they will

my mom

in

bring

On a break from classes at the Ontario College of Art and Design in Toronto, Munch said most of her

the next operating

were wary when she told them she would be donating part of her liver to her mother. Her mother

transplant are slim for her. “With

was worried since Munch

they can involve internal bleeding and" infection. However, her

friends

only child, but after

was

finally

meetings,

it

would be

the donor.

As

is

her

family

decided she

the largest internal organ in

work on

her,’’

room and

same

risks,”

it’s

mom

will be on anti-rejection medication for the rest of her life. Munch and her mom will be at the hospital

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saw how much money was given to the Munchs at a fund-raising dance in November and wanted to help out. "I want to put more money into it, add to it,” said 26-year-old Winsor. “People hear liver transplant and

He

keeping

and her

mom

will

be

contact with her

during their stay

in

London. Jim Winsor, who met Munch at school in Grade 10, said she has always been a giving person. “As far as giving, it’s on a day-

a day or

I

think Til be nervous

two before the opera-

tion.”

For some time now the

CTV

news program W-FIVE has been following the Munchs. She said she

Kitchener on Jan. 10. Local bands

end. There’s always a full camera

Commonground, Stewart Wilson, Mary

crew, full sound crew, a full lighting crew, right in your face.” she

out,

musicians

Soul Driver,

Munch's

possibility.

does not realize the cameras are around any more. “They’re following the story from beginning to

and

organized fund-raiser

not scared about

operation.

Winsor organized a fund-raiser at Club Abstract in

To help

through.”

in close

support

said.

they’ve gone

friend of

said he

is

“Everyone keeps asking me if I’m scared. Not yet ... I’m not even nervous yet. I’m more, ‘Let’s just do it.’ It’s been so long that we’ve talked about it and I’ve exhausted every negative the

they think it’s covered, but all the other things that go along with it ... people don’t understand how much expense they’ve gone through,” he

much expense

One

She said she

with this

not just

basis,

.

and they

covered, but all the other things that go along with it ... people don’t think

to-day

transplant,” said Winsor.

and

or infection.

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pretty

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any major surgery, the

have

she said.

She said side

all

for a

understand how

two-thirds of the organ.

Munch.

many

Cambridge residents Jim Winsor and Andrea Munch share a smile over coffee on Jan. 3. Munch, 24, be donating part of her liver to her mother on Jan. 29. Winsor, 26, organized a fund-raiser for (Photo by Julie Graham) Munch at Club Abstract in Kitchener on Jan. 1 0.

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story

should

5E and Sean O'Brien performed. For Winsor, he hopes people who came to the fund-raiser became more aware of situations like the

said.

Munchs. "Donor cards

said she dismisses

I

...

that's all

Munch

said

lent friend.

Winsor

is

an excel-

“Jim has probably the

biggest, kindest heart of

know.”

As

anybody

I

some

for the praise she’s received

from family and

friends. it.

“I

Munch shun

it

because I would love to believe that anybody put in this situation would do it. There s extreme reactions for extreme ciroff,

can say.”

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time in March.

cumstances."


Page 4

— SPOKE, Jan.

14,

2002

^

Canada’s eco-crisis The news

that

IS ALMOST

TOO CRUEL!

news

old

^

THIS

North Americans are facing an environ-

HELLO, BINNY?

news at all. mental On. Jan. 7, the Montreal-based Commission for Environmental Co-operation released a leport saying being used up forests, fisheries, water and farmlands are crisis isn’t really

COME ON, LET’S

WORK THOSE K

A

ilBS!

an unsustainable rate. Tell us something we don’t already know. For close to two decades, environmentalists have proclaimed the Earth is in trouble. The buzzwords of the ’80s and 90s were global waimeffect and ing, sustainable development, greenhouse message 20-year this has But recycle. reduce, reuse and through? gotten According to this commission, North Americans are report says the still destroying their ecosystem. The carbon gas are heat-trapping equivalent of five tonnes of year. per person per environment released into the This is almost 15 times the levels produced per capita at

from the Far East.

The rising levels of greenhouse gases will produce more storms, droughts, heat waves, floods and rising seas.

Global temperatures will rise which will radically alter not only the ecosystem in North America but also across the globe. Obviously this is unacceptable but it is hardly news. Governments have known for years what the results

Where’s Bin Laden? Frustrated with their lack of success, the U.S sends in their secret weapon - Richard Simmons - to flush him out.

from the destruction of the environment will be. But because they have subsidized the energy industry so heavily, they are loathe to admit a mistake in thinking. Admitting they made a mistake will cost governments billions of dollars because they will have to invest heavily in dismantling the status quo and reinvest those dollars in creating an environmentally friendly North **" American continent. All industries related to the energy industry will also be heavily affected with the automobile industry affected the most. The automobile industry says it cares about the envi-

Strikes against the U.S. too close for comfort Don’t

eat, drink,

go

In a time

where the

having epiphany and there being a massive paradigm shift in environmental policy? For 20 years this message has been preached to the masses and the masses have ignored it. Scientists have advised governments to find more widespread use of cleaner forms of energy. These cleaner forms of energy production have been in existence and in use for years. Unfortunately they are not being used at the levels which they should be. Instead, governments and the general populace are investing heavily in the status quo of fossil fuels, which in turn destroys the environment through pollution from their heavy use. To get this sudden change in attitude towards the environment, something catastrophic will have to happen. People will have to die and land will have to disappear before the government and general public reverses their views on environmentally friendly policies. When this environmental crisis will occur is anyone’s

to

change has

new and

dis-

weapons to fear. The weapons that are beginning

cook

can’t even

a turkey with

or barbecue hotdogs

rooms? Did I always

without burning them.

awake with

nessmen, and housewives are mix-

Yet in some countries teens, busi-

fear

that a biological

turbing

Since there

Armageddon occur

could

pose the greatest threat are not

bombs but airborne weapons we cannot even

10-ton nuclear

today in

biological

city?

fear

my own

is still

among

the

more needs

public,

be done.

to

Potentially worse than the para-

see.

noia of biological terrorism are cul-

Potentially

worse

biological terrorism

are cultural

damages and

tural

than the paranoia of

damages

While

the anthrax scares

hit as close to

home

have

our American friends,

to

may

not did

it

does

some questions for me. The comes to mind quickest is,

raise

one

that

how

did

it

I

get so bad so quickly?

my

mail for suspi-

cious envelopes?

Did

I

always time

1

1

long indi-

things?

what

tragedy.

they

taught these

And more

importantly,

being done to prevent

is

Governments have

tur-

it?

some

spies in

bans are given second glances by

countries to track sales of potential

people and closer inspections

biological

In

fact,

in

However, since there

when

among

ter-

vials

It

or Mr.

and Mrs. Smith

down

fear to

be

suggestions

heard

I’ve are:

more

more guns, reinstatement

of the death sentence and assassins.

could be your teacher or an could be your mail

is still

more needs

passed by the public arrests,

It

the public,

Some

and aerosol cans by

almost anyone.

aunt or uncle.

tabs

done.

killer liq-

uids and viruses can be carried in

perfume

weapons and keep

on suspicious people.

these anxious times

especially

rorist,

at

and borders.

everyone becomes a potential

carrier,

how

Where were

discriminated

against since the Sept.

always shuffled so cau-

tiously through

been

Those with coloured skin and

as

it

substances.

Middle eastern individuals say

airports

have

ing deadly cocktails of poisonous

reappear-

the

ance of old biases.

they

and the reappearance of old biases”

Have attitude

threat of ter-

I

instructions

bath-

airplane

rorism has never been so geographically close, there are

But to avoid such a catastrophe, an to happen now.

viduals spent in

and

outside,

don’t even think about breathing.

ronment but is producing greenhouse gas-emitting cars, sport utility vehicles and vans at an obscene rate. But what are the chances of the North American culture

guess.

home

Terrorist threats hit

All wonderful ideas -

the street.

we want

if

destroy our civilization com-

to

pletely.

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14,

— Page 5

2002

Son’s disorder motivates student Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia affects one

10,000 babies

in

*

By

Tori Sutton

was something wrong, but

mom

accused the

For most students, their summer

her baby.

“The doctor called me a liar when told her had been feeding

projects often consist of Finding a

good summer job, spending time with friends and family and relaxing.

However, for first-year Conestoga nursing student Kelly Blackmore, her summer plans include starting a campaign to push for screening of her son’s genetic

disorder

in hospitals.

Blackmore’s two-year-old son

initially

of underfeeding

I

I

Damien

regularly,” she said.

She was feeding her son eight ounces of milk every hour, while most babies only eat four ounces, every two hours. Damien was admitted to hospital when he was four weeks old, suffering from enough weight loss to cause him to go into seizures or

said Blackmore. was feeding him.”

“They

After being diagnosed,

doctors

baby,”

knew

I

advised Blackmore to take a year

work and stay home with her son. Since Damien’s immune system was so weak, she was unable to put him in day care in order to protect him from falling ill. off

high

is

newborns

only affects approximately one

causes

10,000 births, and

in

males,

ally not detected in the

womb.

in

usu-

is

Girls

suffering from the disorder often

have masculinized genitals when born,

making

it

easier to diagnose

dration, shock,

thought

Damien could be

suffering

Despite being given a clean at birth,

bill

tic fibrosis.

when Damien

Although

was three weeks old Blackmore realized her baby was not healthy. He had lost a pound and a half from his previous nine-and-a-half pound frame. Blackmore’s doctor knew there

when

children’s services

showed up

at

on the second day of Damien’s stay the doctors knew enough to send them away. “They told them there was definitely something wrong with the the hospital

first

few months were hard

on her, especially before they diagnosed Damien with CAH. “I cried a lot,” she said. “It

was

Now

two years

later,

happy toddler who

is

with other children.

He

Damien in

is

a

day care

takes corti-

costeroid steroids everyday to con-

CAH. As well, Blackmore makes sure he has a complete diet, which includes salting his food. trol his

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she said. “After

knew

I

I

a nurse so

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wanted

could learn

with

her

factor

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are trying to better yourself like

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January.”

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crises,

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she said.

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and uses

Lisa Hiller

power adapted from a novel,

movie well look no further.

As someone who

hasn’t read the

you

If

books,

He

are looking for a

thought the

I

first

bit,

other rings of

all

and

loses the ring in a battle

cuts cost,

makes

its

way

it

and

hob-

to the

Bilbo Baggins (Ian Holm), and

quality

then to his relative, Frodo Baggins,

segment of

The Fellowship of

Rings:

to control

Al Cheapo’s

in the world.

eventually

who must then destroy it. Elijah Wood (The Good Son)

J.R.R Tolkien’s novel. The Lord of the

it

Rings

best: Lord of the

its

the

By

Daniel Roth

plays

They should

with

just stick to sell-

Ring, was easy to follow and under-

the unfortunate hobbit forced

stand.

a team of eight other creatures from

ing beer. Al Cheapolini’s Sports

Mount

Bar “ana” Grill is a great place to go and have a drink after work. The service is awesome and the atmosphere is inviting, but the food is somewhat dull. When you first enter Al

to,

middle

earth, return the ring to

how

fantastically real the storytelling

Doom

or

is in

Peter Jackson’s adaptation of the

fires to

destroy

Fans and non-fans alike will rave

book

first

of

most

the

say epic,

is long,

it

in the

it.

gang must cross the known world and the devil’s domain to reach Mordor, and, the ring corrupts and makes evil

told.

the movie, or should

Mordor and throw

There’s one problem, Frodo and his

widely

acclaimed fiction stories ever

Though

at

we

two hours and 58

who

anyone

readers of the

The music was instrumental in setting the moods of the movie and

precise in rela-

tale, it is

book and needed every

tion to the

touches

it.

new problem

introducing every

Frighteners, (The Jackson Heavenly Creatures), said in an interview before the film’s release that he

by

for joyful innocence as

wanted the movie

gathered to celebrate Bilbo’s 111th

it

be

to

to be, but also

fans

all

who

in the Shire set the all

mood

The 15-minute primer at the start of movie acts as a background guide

who

for those

haven't read the book,

haven’t read

it

Wood

who

as well as a refresher for those in awhile.

Although fantasy

is

sometimes

hard to follow, not to mention, fath-

om, The Fellowship of

the

Ring

fol-

Dark Lord Sauron, who doesn’t inhabit a body in the first instalment, created a ring from the fires of Mount Doom. He put most of his power in it

at hanging on and from the ceiling.

Despite the small size of the

(Internet photo)

plays the innocent and

(One night at McCool’s, Empire Records), who plays Arwen,

scared but brave Frodo well, and

Tyler

Viggo Mortensen, not first cast in the role of Aragom, does an excellent job as the leader and protector of the fel-

an

elven

who

princess

lives

at

when The Two Towers

Cate Blanchett (Elizabeth, The plays Shipping News), who Galadriel, Queen of the elves: and Liv

could have. For those who read the book, they

six

more

is

released

in theatres.

Those who haven’t and don’t

in the film include:

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reception,

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birthday party.

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pointing happens to you at the

AN not

truly

Jan. 14, 2002

— Page 7

a knockout

beginning of the week, by next

week you will So try

Week of January 14-20

different.

Happy Birthday Capricorn!

its

completely

feel

keep your

to

You

14.

arc going to be the centre

of attention.

may seem

It

as

though everyone around you is struggling and may need your advice. If

way

Former champion

up.

Luckiest day: January

you help them

they will repay you

March

Aries:

any-

in

later.

21

April

-

19

You news about

good

hear

will

member or

a family

small

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are

likely

Taurus: April 20

-

May

20

Will

tion.

heavyweight

best.

Muhammad Ali.

(Internet photo)

then focuses on Ali’s refusal to be

The audience sees for only a few brief moments how loved Ali was by his fans.

ing performance

comes from Jon

Vietnam, and the

Star power, however, gives the

Voight

as

We

film a solid boost. Will Smith’s Ali

Cosell.

Easily the most intimate

touching and fierce. Bulked up and truly convincing in the boxing scenes, Smith captured the essence of Ali during that decade.

relationship in the film, Voight’s

Luckiest day: January

October 23

Scorpio:

-

||^ November 2

some

time,

now would be the best time to make it happen. Don’t feel bad about anything that has happened in the past.

Luckiest day: January 16.

May

Gemini:

You phase

21

-

be starting a

in life

where things

are going to be set into motion for

you.

You

will not

be able to stop

change so welcome anything with open arms. the

Cancer: June 22 If

nothing

changes

A

is

as

going on

prepared

be

life,

you

much

feel

-

You could be faced with

in

l

in

Liston.

Mann

watch as Ali

convicted on the

is

charge of draft evasion and banned

complete any unfinished business as soon as

from boxing for three years. The film revolves around the attempts made by Ali and his team to find a place for him to box in the hope of

Try

to

possible.

reclaiming the

jl

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November December 21 Whatever you have Sagittarius:

22

-

title

that

was

ille-

gally taken from him.

Unfortunately, there

too

is

much

Personal relationships and inter-

is

Notable performances

in the film

include Jamie Foxx’s Bundini, as Ali’s motivational right-hand

man,

and Mario Van Peebles as Malcolm X. Foxx offers a relent-

information to squeeze into two and

less

energy and sadness in an accu-

The audimeagre glimpse

rate

mimicry of Bundini.

been working on recently will begin to show positive results. Any stress you may have had will be leaving. Luckiest day: January 15.

a half hours in the theatre.

Capricorn: December 22 - January 19 If you have recently been honoured with a promotion or award don’t let it go to your head. Concentrate on what you can do to make things even bet-

confusing,

ence ends up with a of the extraordinary

no

details

of the

The

and no

real

man behind film

is

of Ali, but

understanding

slow and sometimes

we have little build much feeling

for the characters,

We

including Ali

meet three of

his

wives, and each one drifts in and

out of the edges of the story, virtually unnoticed.

rep-

resents Ali’s' mentor and friend.

This

is

one of two relationships

the film that has real depth to

the legend.

and

opportunity to himself.

life

As Malcolm X, Van Peebles

Ali relied on

guidance

and

in it.

Malcolm

often for

insight.

Viewers

without some background infor-

mation about Ali’s religion and Malcolm’s involvement, however, will be left somewhat in the dark with unanswered questions. The most surprising and touch-

Smith plays boxing legend

sportscaster

Howard

Cosell and Ali share a respect and friendship that

is

publicly taunting

and privately tender. Voight is funny, strange and sad, and clearly Ali’s biggest supporter.

The

audi-

ence feels an immediate connection between the two men. Ali repeatedly goes to Cosell for the truth when no one else will offer it. Ali is absolutely worth the trip to your local theatre. It does move slowly and perhaps viewers will be^ expecting more boxing than they end up with, but it is an important look at an influential person. Although the film does offer a glimpse life of into the Muhammad Ali, most viewers won’t know him much better than they did before they watched it. Ali remains more legend than man, but perhaps that’s how it should be.

ter for

January

July

Aquarius: January 20 February 18 You will have success

though

your

some

for

drafted to ight

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a challenging situation later in the

you. Luckiest day:

Luckiest day: January 20.

Sonny

the

repercussions of that decision.

June

will

in

title

fight against

17.

If

things off for quite

Director Michael Mann tracks what were arguably the 10 most triumphant and turbulent years in the life of Ali, from 1964 to 1974. action in the film are sketchy at

Luckiest day: January 16.

you have been suppressing something or putting

viewing

after

the film.

The film begins with Ali, then Cassius Clay, winning his first

week.

14.

even

boxing

Ali remains

thing or resolve a current situa-

this

week. Luckiest day: January

-

October 22 If you have been having unusual dreams, try to record what happened. Your subconscious is trying to tell you some-

If

windfall

September 23

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mystery,

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to occur.

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help the coming changes to be

you follow

the

path you have set for yourself

you

will achieve

your goals.

Luckiest day: January 16.

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Luckiest day: January 15.

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August

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Everything seems to be going

your way over the

next

Luckiest day: January 19.

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January 20.

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Leafs heading However, Mogilny’s

By Marc Hu let

make All

is

ability

The Toronto Maple Leafs have just

been

stick-to-stick passes has

He

well documented this year.

well in Leaf-land.

to

has

open teammates and

the skill to find

passed the mid-point of the regular

give them a quality scoring chance.

season and

by the Leafs’ lack of talented scorers, other than Sundin and

sit in first place in their

looked Stanley Cup champions at times and cellar-dwellers at other times. But

They

-conference.

there

have

no disputing that they look any Leaf team has looked

is

better than

as usual, leads the

terms of scoring.

goals after 41

games and

for a 45-goal

only broken

the

He has is

23 on pace

Sundin has

season.

twice before - in with Quebec and

40-goal plateau

the 1992-93 season in the 1996-97 sea-

100 points in a 1992-93. For the

having his best offensive

games

few games with Tucker al at

is still

He

last year.

a

little

too emotion-

dumb much as

a poor-man’s Theo

and determination. off-sea-

son signing. After playing in

Sweden

Renberg come back

last year,

in

supposed to help the offence score more goals. He has netted only 12

a result of

Renberg was another big

39 games - a

big off-season acquisition that

is

in heart

no denying that he is the best player on the Leafs, though, and the heart of the team. Alexander Mogilny was the Leafs’

was

-

Fleury but second, perhaps, only to

should have a higher overall point is

despite missing a

injuries

penalty, but not nearly as

NHL

There

has 31

times and takes the odd

amount of money he makes, he total.

NHL. He

his physical play.

is

that he hasn’t scored

since

is

season so far in the

Sundin

son with the Leafs. The only downside to Sundin

season

with their size and determination are Darcy Tucker and Mikael Renberg.

points in 37

outstanding players this year.

in

best Leafs at scoring goals

The

Tucker

The Leafs have had a number of Mats Sundin,

hurt

is

himself.

a few years.

in quite

Leafs

He

to the

to record only seven goals in far cry

Philadelphia

goals in

1

from

his season

when he scored 38

993-94.

But what he does add to the team is size and hard work along the boards and in the comers. His 22 assists and plus- 1 7 rating can also be looked upon as major reasons

why

goals so far after scoring 43 with the

the Leafs have been so successful

defensive-minded Devils

this year.

last year.

Canada’s juniors win silver medals at championship By Vanessa Laye

the referee’s final decision

Pearson International

Airport in Toronto on Jan. 6.

But looking back that

lead

Canada

games.

He has avoided dropping the gloves as often and he

ing the

has instead inspired his

delay of

game and

play.

He

on the power play, and on pace to demolish his single-

already, three

room on the ice for them to skate. McCauley has been excellent

is

Goaltender Curtis Joseph has been on the ice for many of

the best player

the Leafs games.

booster as well this year. His solid

wins so

play seems to always inspire his teammates to play better. He has also

losses.

far this

His 2.26

He has recorded 21 season and only

GAA

is

1

one of the

best in the league.

Corey Schwab has done a good job

added eight goals and 21 points and seems poised to enjoy one of his best seasons in years - if he can stay

backing up Joseph and giving him

healthy.

a

an occasional little

rest.

His 3.19

GAA is

deceiving because he has

4-4

from Scottie Upshall and Brian

Alexander

Frolov,

finals,

for Russia.

in

the

second period of the gold-medal to a halt as

Russia

scored off a controversial power

scored

it

wouldn’t count.

What would

the outcome be if were called? Would Canada be coming home

the penalty

remains, was

responsibilities.

Kaberle missed the

first

part of the

season with a contract dispute but he has rounded into form after 28

this season.

Gary Roberts had a slow start to the season and has only 23 points so

He

Steve Ott’s shot into the stands deliberate?

say the puck

hit

the glass

of

the

his offensive abilities the Leafs

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has also been a this

little

and deserving defenceman a

have outweighed

the negatives so far this season.

Leafs are a better

and

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they continue at this pace there

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ical

has played parts of three

Luckily for the Leafs, and their dis-

and other government fees not

outcome, Canada will have the chance to redeem itself next year and fulfill its dream of winning gold. Regardless

He

appointed so far

31/02.

with the gold?

play.

Nathan Dempsey is a talented young defenceman stuck in the

racked up five goals and 15 points while maintaining his defensive

He

penalty shot

called

robust paycheques.

fans, the positives

on Russian goalie Sergei Mylnikov after he deliberately knocked the net off its moorings when Canada had possession of the puck, knowing that if they

left

Jyrki Lumme, Cory Cross and Anders Eriksson are high-priced defencemen who are average at best. Their only claim to fame is their

improve with extra work. A number of Leafs have also

University

why no

much cheaper

players stuck in the minors.

could very well have his best offensive season ever in the NHL. He has

offensive game.

his

r 2 Canada’s

is

could be done by

job.

improved

wonwas

But what many fans are dering

plus/minus of only one. His job

Coach Pat Quinn should give Joseph more frequent days off in the second half to allow him to be rested for the playoffs and Schwab should only

Alexander

the

to

He

deserving of this reward.

is

have been the most solid defenders. Yushkevich has continued his solid defensive ways and he has also

Kobasew

Sutherby.

he

seasons with the Leafs but despite

game

Chuck

minors.

Travel

scored two goals, with singles

game why

season but has not shown

this

Leafs have been brutal on defence.

including the Ultra Budget camping tours

5-4.

Travis Green, another off-season acquisition,' has played ever

played a number of games where the

But Russia’s Anton Volchenkov drowned the suspense when he scored the winning goal to lead the Canada’s

spent in the

defence, Dimitri Yushkevich,

On

European tours,

tie.

why he

two seasons playing

Tomas Kaberle and Bryan McCabe

into the

third period with a

the last

has scored only 14 points and has a

season high of eight goals.

winning important face-offs and he is very reliable on the penalty kill. Corson has been a real energy

mere 23 points and

uninspired play shows

has recorded seven goals

ultimately

Trubachev and Volchenkov scored

But the team’s 3-1 lead

Many

Czech-Republic.

lot

as the point

Polushin, Stanislav Chistov, Yuri

Dec. 29.

still

more and looks at man on the power

puck a

home

with crashing the net and freeing up at

to chip in his

Robert Reichel has had a slow season, as well. His

was a

games

World Junior Hockey Championship had a feeling that Canada was going to win the gold as they recapped in their minds Canada crushing Russia 5-2 on

The question

teammates

on physical play

goals.

McCabe has started to come into his own as one of the top defencemen in the NHL. He has been shoot-

the penalty that

brought Russia back game. The excitement rose, as the two teams were head-to-head in the

relied

assists.

they start to lag.

ply

at the

Canadian followers of the 2002

game came

He has improved his passing and leads Leaf defencemen with 16

Shayne Corson and Alyn McCauley deserve credit for their solid shifts, hard work and determination. Domi, especially, has improved a lot and can be counted on to raise team energy whenever Tie Domi,

before flying into the crowd, but

Every year one team takes home the gold at the World Junior Hockey Championship, while others must continue to dream. Although Canada’s national junior hockey team brought home silver this year, as a team their accomplishments and experiences combined outweigh any medal. Despite Canada’s 5-4 loss to Russia in the gold-medal game in the Czech Republic on Jan. 4, Team Canada was surrounded by family, friends and fans upon arrival at the

the right direction

in

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