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NHL Update

The NHL is coming up on its regular season stretch run. Now the only thing left after that is the 6-months of post-season play. Of course, who knows which teams will go bankrupt before that happens? Helene Elliott of the Los Angeles Times tells us what to look for in what's left of the regular season before the playoff marathon begins.

West L.A. College

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Despite their geographical handicap, women's hockey players at West L.A. Community College have made the most of their inaugural season. But, as reporter Steve Julian of member station KPCC reports, the Oilers' first season may also be their last.

Arizona Scalpers

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Selling the easiest ticket in town to get is a tough job for Arizona Cardinal ticket scalpers. Steve Goldstein, of member station KJZZ in Phoenix, found some trying to make a buck selling tickets to a game few want to see.

Dead Pigeons

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A new use for dead pigeons.

WNBA Woes

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Before players can hit the courts for their seventh season, the WNBA must finish a major restructuring, negotiate a new collective bargaining agreement, and figure out what to do with two teams that have ceased operations. WNBA President Val Ackerman joins us with an update on the progress.

WNBA Woes

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Before players can hit the courts for their seventh season, the WNBA must finish a major restructuring, negotiate a new collective bargaining agreement, and figure out what to do with two teams that have ceased operations. WNBA President Val Ackerman joins us with an update on the progress.

Silent Night

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In 1914, the brutal trench fighting of World War I was interrupted by several, spontaneous truces up and down the front in western France. The German and Allied forces met in no-man's land to exchange gifts, listen to carols and play soccer.

Silent Night

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In 1914, the brutal trench fighting of World War I was interrupted by several, spontaneous truces up and down the front in western France. The German and Allied forces met in no-man's land to exchange gifts, listen to carols and play soccer.

Letters for March 1, 2003

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Bill Littlefield responds to listener mail.

The Lebron Channel and more with Charlie Pierce

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Bill Littlefield and "Only A Game " analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: The Charlotte basketball ownership derby ends, Lebron James, all day, everyday, and a little pixie hits a quad.

Bengals Tickets

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'Tis the season of giving, and in Cincinnati, the spirit has become manifest in city councilman Chris Monzel. He's worked out a plan to give unused Bengals tickets to underprivileged children. Councilman Monzel joins us from his office in Cincinnati.

America's Cup Update

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Bill Littlefield updates the latest on America's Cup sailing in New Zealand.

Michael Phelps

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While he might not be getting as much attention as his roundball counterpart, Michael Phelps might be to swimming as LeBron James is to the NBA. 17-year old Phelps owns five world records and like James, has decided to go pro. Reporter Dave Ungrady has our profile.

This program aired on March 1, 2003.

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