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Morel era kicks off tomorrow

A baptism by fire is what Football Coach Don Morel is hoping tomorrow’s first football game of the season will not be. But going against the large defensive line of Chapman University may be what the University of La Verne needs to have another winning season.

Game turns into fight

A late-night pickup basketball game turned into a verbal exchange and physical altercation Tuesday in the Student Center Gym as a crowd of about 40 students and non-students looked on.

One-acts mix humor with social commentary

Unconventional, avant-garde and original describe the student directing productions to be presented by ULV’s Theatre Department.

Season ends in Minnesota

There will never be another football season like this year’s. The fighting Leos may take it all the way to the playoffs again, but missing from the cast will be the players that Rex Huigens molded in his first year as head coach.

Leos maul Tigers, clinch conference

In Rocky Balboa’s first fight, all he wanted to do was prove that he could go the distance with the champ. Last year the University of La Verne football team won the SCIAC title outright for the first time in school history, proving they too could go the distance.

Football successfully smothers Stags

La Verne’s football team successfully defeated the Clare­mont-Mudd-Scirpps Stags last Saturday and smo­thered NCAA Division III passing leader, John Shipp, in a 45-22 victory.

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