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Monday, January 27, 1992 The Signpost 11 TENNIS (continued from page 9) numberone for the 'Cats last year. He defeated current number one, Henrick Eliasson 8-7. Playing number two for the alums was Bradley Ferreira. Fer-reira graduated two years ago and is co-owner of a group of African Arts stores along the Wasatch Front. Ferreira defeated Alex In-corvaja 8-7 in their match. Ferreira's brother, Wayne, was a semifinalist at thejust-completed Australian Open, defeating Americans John McEnroe and David Wheaton. At the number three slot, Warren Pretorius defeated the varsity's Eric Somas 8-7. Pretorius is currently the head tennis professional at eh Ogden Athletic Club as well as a partner with Ferreira in the African Arts businesses. The varsity squad won the fifth, sixth and seventh singles matches, as well as two of the three doubles matches. Cox summed up the evening by thanking everyone involved and saying, "We must build on our alumni more. 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But the NBA said Thursday that Johnson could play in the All-Star Game Feb. 9 after he received the fourth-highest number of votes among Western Conference players. International basketball officials and U.S. Olympic Committee representatives, meanwhile, were unanimous in stating there was no health reason to keep Johnson out of the Summer Games. Johnson has said he wants to keep his spot on the U.S. team for Barcelona. Bowlers on emotional roller Special to The Signpost Winter quarter has been an emotional one for the Bowling Lady 'Cats of Weber State. The agony came during the break, when the teams leading bowler, Nicole Trudeau, suffered a dislocated hip in a skiing mishap at Powder Mountain. The accident HELP WANTED NOTICE The advertisements in this section may or may not constitute offers of employment. Persons responding to these advertisements may be required to pay fees in advance for licensing, permits, dues, portfolios, registration, processing, or other services. 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