Volume 96, Issue 65
Friday January 24, 2003
Gettin' digits

Search the Archives:

CURRENT ISSUE
SUBMIT LETTER
ADVERTISING
VOLUNTEERS
ABOUT US
ARCHIVES
LINKS

PREVIOUS
PHOTO GALLERIES

LAST UPDATED: Friday, January 24, 2003 - 3:15 p.m.

The human instinct for heroism: one man's story

Chris Ryder wasn't supposed to be working at his friend's house that clear September day. He should have been out on the lake in his new boat, but that's how stories like this go.

PEDRO HAS A SOFT SIDE TOO.

Photo by: Allen Chen/Gazette

Western shows its art masters

Photo by: Jordan Poppenk/Gazette

Sad day for fencing

THE THREE BUMBLING FOOLS. Gazette sports editors from left: Ryan Hickman, Jordan Bell and Benjamin Mills convinced men's fencing coach Brad Winder they were master swordsmen... really.

Photo by: Beth Kerim/Gazette


Simms has a PhD in kicking ass

THIS MAN KNOWS HOW TO HANDLE HIS SWORD. Western fencing phenom Paul Simms (right) has been decimating the competition since his early years.

Photos by: Beth Kerim/Gazette

© 2002 THE GAZETTE