Tagged: history

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History of ‘The Wave’

How Edmonton Oilers’ fans allegedly started a global phenomenon   Nathan Ross Staff Writer   Chances are if you’ve ever watched a live sporting event, you’re familiar with “The Wave.”   For those of...

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Back to the drawing board

Marina Giannitsos Features Editor There’s a reason characters like Superman and Batman are considered legendary. When you look at their dates of origin in 1937 and 1939 respectively, both characters are slightly older than...

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Players, coach honoured for achievements

by Blaine Meller Sports Editor Nineteen athletes and one coach from Mount Royal have been recognized by the ACAC for their achievements this past season. Coming off a season that saw him win twice...

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Original All-Stars all gone

by Vanessa Gillard Arts Editor Converse has unveiled the 2011 spring collection of their classic runners, the Chuck Taylor All-Stars. The new line features brightly coloured toes and toe guards with boxy, starkly contrasting...

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Golden Goal or Super Summit?

by Blaine Meller Thirty-eight years ago, legendary broadcaster Foster Hewitt uttered a phrase that, to this day, remains one of the true defining moments in Canadian sports history. “They score! Henderson has scored for Canada!”...