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Vol. 9, Issue 236 • Monday, August 23, 2004
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Starting quarterback Tim Chang looked for an open receiver during Hawaii's scrimmage yesterday at the quarry practice field. The Warriors are scheduled to face-off against Florida Atlantic in less than two weeks.
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