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UCLA feeling bullish after win vs. Matadors

Thursday, January 30, 1997 M. VOLLEYBALL: Bruins hit .469, shut down top CSUN hitters in victoryBy Vytas Mazeika Daily Bruin Contributor If it begins like a massacre, if it looks like a massacre, and if it ends like a massacre, then it is a massacre. Read more...


Halftime show hyperbowle causes viewsers to tune out

Thursday, January 30, 1997 OPINION: 27-minute ‘extravaganza’ even more boring than Super Bowl Rob Kariakin Ladies and gentlemen, something has got to be done. Like hundreds of millions of other suckers around the world, I sat in front of my television on Sunday, disgusted by what I saw. Read more...



Women’s basketball notes

Thursday, January 30, 1997 If only points were rebounds If points were rebounds, the Bruins would be 13-3. UCLA has outrebounded 13 of 16 opponents this year. Read more...


Sports briefs

Wednesday, January 29, 1997 Bruin pole vaulter wins Reno title Junior pole vaulter Scott Slover set a new personal best last weekend en route to winning the Indoor Pole Vault Invitational at Reno, Nev. Read more...


Spiking volleyball to new heights

Wednesday, January 29, 1997 COMMENTARY: UCLA’s team should help propel popularity of the sport Hye Kwon Today, we’re here to talk about a great American sport ­ one that was invented by a YMCA physical education teacher in Holyoke, Mass. Read more...


Men’s hoops notes

Wednesday, January 29, 1997 ‘Part camel, part Jerry Rice’ Toby Bailey and Charles O’Bannon have been iron men for Head Coach Steve Lavin of late. In their last four games, both players have logged no more than two minutes per game sitting on the pine. Read more...