Steve Patterson’s act was really funny
to the Stress
times but wasn’t
time just around the corner,
Conestoga College, Kitchener
time and part-time jobs currently available. Free also said students
Easter eggs this season, hundreds
By PETR CIHACEK
of students search for
to stop the
protester Davin “Next time (the Americans) go somewhere, the
be so powerful
Sanctions on Iraq,
group of organize
or a full-time job after graduation.
of 1,156 people are cur-
an excellent “It’s
job seekers. the main source of jobs and start for
adding the Internet
Free said students should also those
golfjobs.com they’re looking
“The States thinks it can go from one country to another, killing people without taking any respon-
be more successful
have what complete list
other Internet resources to is
available at the career
also said that although
conflict breaks out.
Wilfrid Laurier University pro-
finally, newspaper classiand business sections can give people ideas where to look for employment. She said by reading the business section students can find trends and if there are any companies experiencing growth, which may need more help.
WHAT YOU NEED Confidence. Whether
dents needing a
summer job, bragAnd the
ging rights are warranted. best
writing a cover
self using said,
look for employ-
realize the effectiveness of a to
ment are the Human Resources Development Canada Web site and the Employment Resource Centre in Kitchener. The centre provides access to job banks, which list full-
looking for seasonal work
time employment or returning stu-
check out cooljobscanada.com and
ating students searching for full-
area for job searchers.
to find jobs, Free said.
“Think about contacts and ask everyone you know.” She added networking is always an important person
war on Iraq is an example of American imperial“It’s
aspect in finding a job whether a
allows seekers and employers to target specific things so they don’t waste time looking for jobs they can’t or don’t want to do,” she
WHERE TO LOOK
posted. Free said this free
ongoing war. “We’re doing weekly protests on Saturdays at 2 o’clock by the Kitchener City Hall,” he said. “If people are concerned about democracy, they should go to the
a lot of great jobs out there
and students just have
campus.com, a job search site for students, and 157 summer jobs are
protests against the
She added there are
jobs, especially in manufacturing.”
“They do take some of your
Sara Free, a career services officer
However, the olcfadage you know” is in fact an
member of the KCommittee Against War and is
about where you want to work and begin preparing your resume,” said
the time to start thinking
at the college.
recruiters such as Kelly Services.
wages, but they also have a
Local activists believe that the worldwide peace movement will
While many children hunt
grow strong enough
time to find
Jays’ season underway The fans had a great time at the opener despite an 8-4 loss to the Yankees.
In addition to using positive lan-
in a cover letter, she said con-
enough not be included. Continued on Page 2
tact information, large
to miss, should also
fessor Peter Eglin also believes in the
power of the peace movement.
is unique because been a worldwide opposition before it even started,” said
(Photo by Petr Cihacek)
for this conflict, then for the next
David Alexander, an English student at University, sits in the tion to the
tent to express his opposi-
were sucbecause they made the American people more skeptical about the action their government said the protests
David Alexander, an English dent
Wilfrid Laurier University,
the time until the
The anthropology and sociology
they’ll realize that their leader
manipulating them and that
war but also against the threat to democracy in America and the world.”
“The president might not be listening but the
occupying the tent and they plan to have at least one person there
“I’m very pleased there."
he said about the Peace "I
donation of $3,225 and two manuals from Rick Antaya. of the
pleased that he did it
time as the
Peace Camp showed that students do not need to be urged to raise their voices.
his opposition and encourage students to engage in
(Photo by Brandi Stevenson)
with a stick for hours to
not have to do
founded as a form of protest
Wilfrid Laurier University
against the war. Protesters, mostly
the campus Avenue that
and inhuman,” he said. During the first Gulf War 12 years ago, Eglin dragged an oil drum into a campus courtyard and illegal
Eglin. who called the war a “major tragedy and a crime,” said he is happy that the students took
on Iraq will only make more Muslims and Arabs turn to “Osama bin Ladens of the world.” “The action taken by the United
States and the United
sided tent pitched on the grassy
we’re reacting not only against the
Alexander is one of the residents of the Peace Camp, a large openstretch
about world security and said the
participating in an illegal war."
Alexander. “And by being here
Americans will get the message. "The president might not be listening but the American people are." said
the rate of civilian casu-
alties starts to rise dramatically.
of the recreation
and leadership program accepted a
Waterloo Wellington Dufferin Rural Recreationists, on March 29.
The program will be taking over the printing and distribution of the manuals. The revenue will be put towards student bursaries and enhancing the program. Those taking part in the presentation included (from left) Rick Antaya. Norma McDonald-Ewing, recreation
and leadership program
faculty. Bill Jeffrey,
might get the drums out again." he
school of health sciences and community services. Laura Holtom.
advisory chair for the program, and Greg Burns, program co-ordinator.
From the Sanctuary
to nursery school or kindergarten?
class and told everyone to lay
when the teacher stopped
were the days.
a nap. Ah, those
when all that we did was sleep? They should But why did we need 'nap time’ when we were younger ones to stay awake for the entire half of a day that have reversed the system and a forced the little they were
them sleep on
By AIME E
There was always that wonderful time of day
time. Give the older folks the opportunity for
fair W ILSON
26, textbooks, lami-
nated' references and dictionaries, name a few, lined the hall-
staff in the learning resource centre
took care of
the concourse of the E-
know we need from time
Sixteen different publisher repreattended this year s
with the publisher’s representa-
Now that exams are coming is
into the forefront, the issue of sleep
and being refreshed going
organized by the col-
prominent to the success of a college career.
lege’s bookstore, to
On average, most which
below the acceptable
a healthy lifestyle.
and seven hours of sleep per night,
which Health Canada states
level of eight,
Now how will cramming
before an exam, and only getting
of knowledge retention that a student can hold on
of sleep affect the results? Simple;
such a limited amount of sleep
roughly l/?th of what they could have retained
they had had the
In previous years, the event
This year the book
one combat this predicament before
First, having a plan in place
are far less
as to when you
just as important as the actual studying
comprehend the material when you are studying, the chances of informa-
likely to occur.
Secondly, ensure you are attending
have to do.
of the classes and taking as
many notes as
studying you wil simple concept, but actually going to class will decrease the amount of The more you know initially, the easier it will be to recall the information when you are
studying or writing the exam.
provide additional tips for writing cover letters and resumes. She rec-
of these tips
the years to
explosion of e-mail, many employers now ask candidates to e-mail their resumes to the company. Free said people planning to do this should make the
not only help you be successful throughout your college years,
resume) as one document, put the name of the position in the subject line and include contact informa-
- Jeff Stemmier,
case the attachment does not work.
tion in the
Vice President of Communications
body of the e-mail,
Free said the first thing to do before committing to a job is figure out what your objectives are. living? to a
Do I want experience related to my program? How much money do I want
counsellors at Student Services are here to help with issues to help * that students face on a daily basis, but were also here
in your you connect with the many resources that are available with social area. We have information, brochures and contacts agencies in services, employment, housing, counselling and other
between $8.50 and $9.50 per hour.
intends to extend
FOR JOB SEEKERS
Seek assistance from career
patient, but persistent
prepared, research compa-
have great resume and
Attend Career Fairs (Sept. 2003) with roommates If living make sure the answering
machine message is appropriate and states your name And always remember: if it is your passion and dream there is always a way to get there, just put your best self forward
relates to their
at the col-
“Related experience but
she said, adding both look good on a resume. to
to their pro-
more money, Free
suggests doing what will pay more
minimum wage jobs, which pay $6.95 per hour. And there are
and volunteer somewhere, which relates to their program.
companies, such as Nestle Water Canada, that pay between $12 and $15 per hour.
Either way Free said there are jobs from office work and retail to
Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph and other communities.
Zister, nursing faculty.
WHERE TO WORK
Where will I be car to commute
COUNSELLOR’S CORNER: Community Resources
asset in obtaining a job. Free said she and others at the career servic-
allow more faculty the chance to
Hoelscher and Jarka Kolar, book-
es office will critique
the hours of the event next year, to
ommends everyone have all
forward to the book
Continued from Page
goes too far?
review textbooks more thoroughly before the ordering due date in
the event and were interested in any material can contact the book-
earlier to give faculty a
Mary Andraza, operations and campus
that have obtained proper sleep before a midterm This being said, studies have shown that students higher than their counterparts from the land of sleep or final have scored on average 10-15 percent
proper amount of sleep.
like a logical
take over the organ-
college students are only getting
material for the
“Because of the direct contact and involvement the bookstore has
the well deserved nap time that
Last year, the event was organized by the dean’s office in the school of business and prior to that,
Books, books and more books.
whether they should get a job
construction and resort guides. “There is something for everyone.”
Especially as the school year draws to a close for graduating
important to make a connection with people and places outside the college. These resources can help you find an affordable home, find a car seat, baby clothes and toys, connect
to counselling groups and workshops, or give a
number to phone
a crisis. Specific professional support can be provided for pregnancy, alcohol and drug counselling, single parent and family
supports, credit counselling, legal aid, and many other services.
If you're not sure where to go for help, just ask us.
you get connected with the right people.
A Message from Student Services (Room 2B02)
Conestoga Christian Fellowship
When: Thursdays, 5:30 p.m. Where: 1 7 7
interested or with questions. Enjoy the fellowship of friends.
Ever wanted to just get away from it all especially around
exam time? Student Services and Conestoga Students Ine. (CSI) plan to whisk students away to a better place dur-
college April 15 and 16.
matherapy and reflexology demonand possibly a yoga instructor. Each is there to assist
students with a variety of stress
management techniques. The aromatherapy booth ture
Falling five days before the final
relaxing and soothing and the invigorating rose-
(April 21-25), college
Also during the drop-in-event, which is free for students, a reflex-
Magazine said she hopes
to relax dur-
ing the stressful times ahead. With
humour combined with activities and some
while having fun,
added Magazine. “If
students to chill,
and hand massages, which improve circulation.
be on display outside of the
For two days, between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Room 1B26 be transformed into a tranquil
sanctuary for students.
Paul Harrison, above, a firstyear graphic design student, glues the pieces of his country
and knowing how
especially important during exams.
She said when people are under too much stress their immune system fails, they experience insomnia and even have difficulty thinking
He hopes the purchased to use as
float in the
parade. Right, Lori Goldthrop,
healthy and keep active.
a normal thing, she said,
will create a relaxing atmos-
(Photos by Carla Sandham)
an episode of Mr. Bean,
Jody Andruszkiewicz, CSI events programmer. He added he might even take advantage of it
sages (a shoulder massage while
ologist will demonstrate chair
healthy treats, students can learn to
— Page 3
be available as well as aro-
15 and 16
also a first-year student,
are healthy are able
makes a ladder
stress better,” she said.
ture float design.
Students agree with Canada’s position on war By DIANA O’NEILL
undertaking military action against
Saddam Hussein and
Ipsos-Reid poll results
Canadians are glad
what we believe
and sciences student, agreed “If the tables were turned, I can’t see Americans getting involved with our issues of
by standing up
The majority polled
they oppose the U.S. and
has stayed out of the war in Iraq.
which was released showed a lot of people
to stay out of the military action.
theme among students
United States shows the world is independent, while 47 per cent feel we’ve turned our back on our neighbours. Although the approval rating of the prime minister’s handling of the
handling the isn’t
she said, adding, “We’re supposed
but we've also seen
Iraq situation declined
through history that they haven’t
always been there for us instantly either. In the First World War, the
with the United Moffatt
U.S waited three
Devin Moffatt, 20, an
10 points seven days of fightin
general are sup-
portive of the position the govern-
doing what his public
and representing I Canadians. don’t always agree with what
he does or says,
ment has taken. Younger Canadians are the highest demographic group polled to
agree with Jean Chretien's stance
on the war. This seems to be Conestoga students.
Chretien has received flack from
with us.” said Candice Beselaere.
various prominent figures regard-
declared war on
20. a health office administration
ing his decision. U.S.
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on board and
military support. Sixty-one per cent felt that the
not to participate will have serious,
with U.S. policies seemed to be a
concern for students as well. “It will probably come back to us.
I’m not sure when, but most we’ll see the affects with
trading,” said Moffatt.
can see them holding it against because they're the kind of people that won’t let that go,” “I
Beselaere said, adding. “They seem so willing to slap
apprehension regarding the potential repercussions of our lack of
“I think that if
vary from those shown.
when he UN."
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two years, only Hitler
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War, they waited
Former prime minister Brian Mulroney, Albert Premier Ralph Klein, Alliance Leader Stephen Harper, Ontario Premier Ernie Eves and even Wayne Gretzky have
Moxley, 21, a woodworking co-op technology oil fields,”
about American self-interest and
our war to
our war to fight,”
on an be an
instant security threat.
have a whole lot to do with us
issue that did not appear to
polled said that not siding with the
appear to pose any imme-
would join Canada’s
Sixty-seven per cent of those
be there for Canada, part of our
in Iraq did
That appeared to be the major
support our government’s decision
agreed that the
ment when he told the audience, “There would be no debate; there would be no hesitation. We would
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the location will Anyone who knows anything about real estate house a of price number 1 factor in determining the
what Conestoga College has. on how fast you drive, is only an houi depending Toronto, in Niagara Falls and at away. Add another hour and you’re beside one of the busiest highthe border. We also sit right prime real estate, with high-priced in the world. This is
that is exactly
areas in area being one of the fastest-growing
sounds pretty good, but does
you live in residence or around the campus. hole. It you need Most don’t have cars, which leaves them in a you are on your pizza, of slice a want more than a bag of milk or Of course, you Plaza. Park Pioneer to and way to the bus stop students? No, not
defeating the purpose could walk, but for a slice of pizza you’re of grocenes down and not everyone wants to carry six bags Homer Watson Boulevard.
in area isn’t exactly the liveliest area drink milk only can they but exciting, it make Students try to and eat pizza for so long. disappointresidence in the minds of many is the biggest
The ment of
Canada’s water priceless
run in the style of a hotel. need to be closed and Visitors need to be checked in, doors Walk in past the place. the over all are fines signs about possible all.
the elevator and you re front desk by mistake and step into trespassing rules in already in the hole a hundred bucks. Strict a student residence? What’s next, a curfew? However, the great thing about the residence is you feel pretty safe when you’re in there. It literally feels like you are in a minimum-security prison, but without the convicted criminals. The doors are all metal with dead bolts and the whole place is wallpapered and painted the same color. Plus, all tenants have a security card to swipe before entering any
ways. security card, If you’re a visitor and can get your hands on a residence the roam now You may it’s like finding gold.
Inc. tries to
throw wonderful parties and
people do not want to be here and many choose not to make the trip, so attendance is bleak. The Doon area needs to see restaurants and businesses geared towards students. There is a market despite the high land value. in the sanctuary, but
A good start would be for a few businesses to open up in the vacant space available beside the Chinese Delight. Kitchener
growing by leaps and bounds.
2025, regional planners expect the population to rise by 30 per cent to 590,000. Hopefully, these people will want to take advantage of the thousands of college students looking to spend money. There is a market out there ready to be tapped. After all, my choices for dinner include
Tim Hortons, McDonalds, and
term effects bn the environment could be devastating. Rivers and
and some day could be more valuable than
lakes could have their water levels
tinues to grow, and we pump more pollution into the environment, the
water will be available
the world’s population con-
can only survive a few days withRight now, Canada has about
of the world’s water sup-
quantities of water,
to export it
already inquired about obtaining
some of Canada’s water. The U.S. wants to utilize to
could be an excellent way for
ized that over time there will be
Canada to bring in revenue. But what would this do to our environment? The plan the U.S. has proposed would severely damage the
more pressure on Canada to export water. The government originally wanted to make changes to the
surrounding wildlife, plant life, fish.
Canada’s water supply
But Canada has
Providing the U.S. with water
the Great Lakes.
and moderated carefully, we could find out a century later we don’t have as much fresh water as
yet to agree to this plan.
become more expensive.
off fish and other marine
to supply the world.
provinces also believe that
Canada’s environment needs to be protected and have set laws and restrictions
on the exportation of
water. But, other provinces see
demands of their farmers in the southwest. They want to redirect the Yukon and Mackenzie Rivers down the Rocky Mountain trench and trap several Quebec rivers inside a dam across James Bay
water as being a great opportunity
and flush the water down through
water in bulk quantities, the long-
make money, and have begun
Boundary Waters Treaty in order to prevent more bulk water exportation. But, British Columbia and
sions have been made. I
being shipped to parts of Asia. If
Canada did begin
ment has decided to make a new treaty, which would incorporate all of Canada. The treaty is currently being discussed and no final deci-
dapple into water exportation. Bottled water from Lake Superior
these boundaries, so the govern-
decides to choose Canada’s envi-
ronment over revenue. Money won’t benefit Canadians if we’re dying of
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Comedian faces tough crowd perform
erupted in laughter to Patterson’s singing of an Iglesias song, but they stayed mostly quiet for the
“Fortunately, the other comics
was with were
a bad sign hear the can when you
Hortons, and the people walking avail. into the Sanctuary, but to no one point during the show he
years touring as a stand-up comedi-
has been across Canada, and performed in Ireland, England, and
ing such errors.
There were problems with the
cover byelections. In instances
room with com-
he said after the
tough; they don’t laugh because they are kind of
lounging and distracted.”
one performances that he to
considers one of his worst experi-
chief returning officer can
issues, the CSI stepped in to assist him in making decisions accord-
longer be a student because of the issues surrounding the cur-
ing to policy.
But these problems do not negate the poor reporting in this
Despite his personal misgivings regarding
The CSI hopes that all Spoke reporters do the best they
to follow them.
There can be mistakes associated with elections, which is why the
CRO on When
all the facts correct, regardless if the article is critical of the CSI.
can to get
stepped in to assist the occasion. the
none of the election candidates played by the rules of CSI, that is a blatant mistake and
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be a tough show. “The people were alright, but
“I did a
FT and PT summer
Patterson said once he
of his earlier
opening April 14th.
even allowed him to become a writer for the television show. This
way of fact-checkHe
service/sales. Prior experi-
cies, but there are
writing this story.
help internafor energetic, spirited students to
Hour Has 22 Minutes.
apparent that Mr. Horton
before, over the course of his six
not follow the rules out-
lined in the CSI’s election poli-
has been in front ot audiences several times
applause once he
finished his routine.
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Most of the audience stayed for Patterson’s entire performance, and
Nor should offered
machine got a chuckle out of
was just a weird
Shawn Cooper. “His
agement student Sheena Allen. “It was a nice change compared to the
positions available in customer
prior to April 15.
The two students who were using
dy show on the work.
really funny,” said business
he will also
ous.” “I think there should have been more people here, because he was
the U.S. His
seemed like a conversation almost, and people would stop paying attention when he would get seri-
being put into the machine,” said
Judy Dusick, not Judy Dench. Obviously there are errors in this article and missing key
more students are immature,” said computer programming stu-
“I think if
should have researched this article more thoroughly before print-
without maksomething he
“You know it’s a bad sign when you can hear the individual change
election dates because
up so we can have less clean more and profanity humour.” There were also students on campus that enjoyed the show, but felt nobody was laughing at Patterson’s jokes because of the lack of profane comedy. “He was really funny at times,
in his routine
At joked about being able to hear money falling in a change machine in the
Conestoga Students Incorporated (CSI) arranged to have Patterson
lowed policy. While it may seem small, Mr. Horton should also exercise sig-
Patterson even tried poking fun at
board of directors. policies that govern an election
ing sex jokes, believes that 90 per cent of the comics talk about in their routines
saying none of the candidates
by the CSI Nor were the
Patterson admits he likes getting
his duties prescribed
the evil eye
option of a byelection for being disqualified. Not only did Mr.
put into the machine.”
a far cry
more variety in, in terms of different types of comedy, than we can
after that with this
guys so had to con-
they stopped him, but
members must be held
where they didn’t stop playing pool during the show, and this guy came up to me with a pool cue because I had insulted him,” said
returning officer did not carry out
“The crowd expects a certain kind of humor, and we’ve catered to that crowd quite heavily,” said
of the five eligible candi-
dates did not violate
cies stale the election of executive
Sanctuary March 26.
when he did an impression of singer Enrique
and vulgar humour.
the names of his sources correct. The general manager of CSI is
(Photo by Petr Cihacek)
facts that bias the article.
nificant care in ensuring he gets
authority to arbitrarily change the
to get a cou-
was a come-
Mr. Horton should have exercised to verify such com-
election article covered by
dians they have had perform, who concentrate their routine on dirty
from the crowd over the next half hour after he joked about his name, and mailing store without
Nick Horton in the March 31 edition is missing some significant
Mr. Agbonaye did not have the
ple of big laughs
from a drug
show,” said CSI
nice break from
performing for a full 15 minutes, the audience had hardly reacted to any of his materi-
students saw the comedian onstage.
Andruszkiewicz. “It’s not just sex and fart jokes, and he touched on edgy subjects without being pro-
beginning of the show, but the Sanctuary eventually tilled up once
of more than 200 students during his lunchtime show on March 26. The crowd was sparse during the
the biggest reason
ans they have had perform.
not always an easy
the Sanctuary, and they
than a lot of the previous comedi-
his routine is
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Canada. The map then became a compass, and the Blue Jays new “Baseball North” ad campaign
then plunked Phelps, in what
have been some payback after Phelps hit a grand slam off Clemens last year into the
SkyDome’s fifth deck. The second walk meant that Hinske would be coming to the plate with the bases loaded.
even on Eric Hinske Bobble-head
was taking shape. The Yankees starting lineup was
out looking to end the threat.
There was more drama in the when Yankee shortstop Jeter tried to go first to third on a ground ball. Delgado’s throw
a in turn
But then the music started getting louder and
their hearts content.
smoke came billowing out of
Blue Jay dugout. The starting
lineup received boisterous applause as they took the field. The cheering crowd brought me
to third was Huckaby was
high, but Ken able to bring it down, injuring Jeter’s left shoul-
der while trying to
back to when the Jays sold out every game and people were happy to be Blue Jay fans. Looking around the packed
a thing of beauty.
was no match
Rocket. Clemens struck Hinske
for an extended
period of time, and was eventual-
on a cart. Both pitchers seemed
ly carried off
after the first, but
got hurt again with two out in the
top of the fourth. Halladay got the
The Blue Jays were
There are many effective strategies that you can try to improve your memory. Try some of these...
- invented combinations of letters.
clue to an idea you need to remember. EG. Access Memory.
RAM = Random
baseman Robin Ventura stepped into the box and took Halladay
against a dominant
over the right-field fence for a
The Blue Jays were was now time for Shawn Desmond, a Canadian R and B It
- invented sentences
where the first letter of each work is a clue to an idea you need to remember. EG. Every Good Boy Deserves Fun = the order of notes in music, EGBDF.
memorize key words that can be associated with numbers. EG. Bun rhymes with one, shoe with two, tree with three, and door with four. Make up sentences using the
- Simply invent
any relationship between the EG. to remember the name, Shirley Temple, you might think about how she had "curly" hair. Curly rhymes with Shirley.
a physical characteristic.
- Create a sentence where each word you have to clues the next idea you need to recall. EG. to a string of words like: Monet, ear, door and
Germany, you could invent ear stuck
to start the inning.
plate to receive a standing
sentence where Monet gets his the door while listening to people speaking a
- a great study tool for
Michaels of Saturday Night Live threw out the ceremonial first
and it was time to play ball. Blue Jay starter Roy Halladay
in the first,
up a double to Yankee shortstop Derek Jeter. Halladay then got Jason Giambi to fly out, but walked Bemie Williams with two out. This brought up the Yankees newest off-season purchase, Japanese import Hideki Matsui. In his first ever
CHAINING remember remember
Matsui singled to
driving in his
to get out of the inning
with only giving up one run. In the
half of the
top of the sixth,
Williams get on base
then got the
ground ball he needed, but an Orlando Hudson throwing error left runners on first and second with none out. Posada then singled to score Williams, making it 4-0 Yankees. Ventura and Nick
Johnson then got on base, setting up a bases loaded at bat for Alfonso Soriano. Soriano took the Halladay offering over the left-field wall for a grand slam. There was no more scoring until the bottom of the ninth. The Jays made the final score look respectable, by scoring four runs
in their half
of the inning.
was a good night at The large crowd watched the Blue Jays rally when they were down 8-0, showing there is no quit in this young All in
Blue Jays threatened right away. Frank Catalanotto, the Jays new right-fielder got on with a single. Vernon Wells struck out, giving the Jays two outs. Carlos Delgado then walked bringing designated hitter Josh Phelps to the plate.
on base all night against a dominant Clemens. The Yankees, on the other hand, had no trouble getting their bats to get runners
2002 American League Rookie of the Year Eric Hinske came to
was not sharp
ners on base
anthems. Once he was finished,
Jorge Posada get on base. Third
struggling to get run-
team. All 50,000 fans got to see
Yankees are a perennial
contender, and they
the Jays have to
pete against the better clubs.
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CONESTOGA PEER HELPERS FOR PEER SERVICES WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL TUTORING, HOSTING AND THEIR HARD WORK AND DEDICATION TO PEER MENTORING DURING THE 2002-2003 ACADEMIC YEAR CONESTQ6A PEER HELPERS 2002-2003
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