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ISSUE 119 VOL 6 PUBLISHED 10/28/2005

Sports

Battle of the Titans

There have been a handful of truly critical games in St. Olaf football history, but few have been as momentus as this one.

Offensive outburst continues: Football trounces Hamline, looks ahead to St. John's

The St. Olaf football team defeated Hamline Saturday 49-14, maintaining its position atop the MIAC standings. The team remains unbeaten through seven games, the first Ole squad to do so since 1970.

Inside the Lines: Refs get a bad rap

Sports fans everywhere share a common bond: They really do not sympathize with officials.

Sport and religion conference tackles issues

Friday and Saturday, St. Olaf will play host to the Second International Conference on Sport and Religion: An Inquiry into Cultural Values. The two-day conference will feature six sessions and a number of high-profile presenters.

Soccer season nears end

The St. Olaf men’s soccer team has endured a rough stretch recently, losing two of four games during the past two weeks.

Volleyball loses three, backs into playoffs

After a season filled with numerous close calls and disappointments, the St. Olaf volleyball team hopes to go out on a high note. Despite posting a 0-3 record in their last three MIAC contests, the Oles clinched their second-straight conference tournament berth.

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