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AMERICA'S DIM HOPES FOR ITS FIRST OLYMPIC FENCING TITLE ARE BRIGHTENED CONSIDERABLY BY TWO DETERMINED NEW BLADES.
Take up fencing if you want to have fun while getting into top condition
Fencing, once considered a comic imitation of sport essentially practiced by the Three Musketeers and Douglas Fairbanks, has developed a new public ...
SO MICHAEL LOFTON ISN'T FENCING'S JACKIE ROBINSON; HE'S IN THE GAMES
"Wow! Swashbuckling!" he said. The instructor offered the 9-year-old a foil. From then on the boy embraced fencing not just as a sport but also ...
WAYNE STATE'S FENCERS DON'T MASK THEIR AFFECTION FOR 'THE MAESTRO'
When the commission discovered that Wayne State's prized fencing team couldn' t compete for national championships unless the school kept ...
Behind the Fence
Tom Seaver, ever the picture-perfect pitcher, is congenial but maintains a wall against the world
IN FENCING YOU GET IN TOUCH WITH YOURSELF AS WELL AS YOUR OPPONENT
Fencing is based on the ancient art or craft of killing your fellow man. But there's a lot more to it than that. As a sport, it shifts the focus from ...
At the 1955 world fencing championships Hungary proved that both its old blood and its new blood was anything but sluggish. The Hungarian men and women ...
A SPORT UNMASKED PASTIME OF THE NOBILITY OR DIRTY LITTLE SECRET OF THE GAMES? THE IMAGE OF FENCING IS NOTHING LIKE ITS REALITY
When the oldest Olympian on the U.S. team walked to her fencing strip early Sunday morning in the Georgia World Congress Center,
WHO WERE THOSE MASKED MEN?
Penn State skewered Columbia for the NCAA fencing title.