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SPORT NHL
RTRVFNX 
May 13, 2002 
As Colorado Avalanche center Joe Sakic (19) moves in for a hit,
Avalanche goalie Patrick Roy (33) stops... 
San Jose, United States of America 
AVALANCHE GOALIE ROY STOPS SHOT BY SHARKS STURM. 
As Colorado Avalanche center Joe Sakic (19) moves in for a hit,
Avalanche goalie Patrick Roy (33) stops a shot by San Jose Sharks left
wing Marco Sturm (19) during the first period of Game 6 of the Stanley
Cup Western Conference semifinals at the Compaq Center in San Jose,
California, on May 13, 2002. REUTERS/Lou Dematteis

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SPORT NHL
RTRVFMR 
May 13, 2002 
Colorado Avalanche center Joe Sakic (19) falls to the ice as he tries
unsuccessfully to get a shot past... 
San Jose, United States of America 
SHARKS GOALIE NABOKOV STOPS SHOT BY AVALANCHE SAKIC. 
Colorado Avalanche center Joe Sakic (19) falls to the ice as he tries
unsuccessfully to get a shot past San Jose Sharks goalie Evgeni Nabokov
(35) during the first period of Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Western
Conference semifinals at the Compaq Center in San Jose, California, on
May 13, 2002. Also in on the play is Sharks defenseman Scott Hannan
(22). REUTERS/Lou Dematteis

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SPORT GOLF
RTRVCBJ 
May 10, 2002 
K.J. Choi of South Korea analyzes his putt while waiting his turn on
the 10th green on the Cottonwood... 
Irving, United States of America 
CHOI SETS UP PUTT DURING SECOND ROUND PLAY AT BYRON NELSON CLASSIC IN
TEXAS. 
K.J. Choi of South Korea analyzes his putt while waiting his turn on
the 10th green on the Cottonwood Valley course during second round play
at the Byron Nelson Classic in Irving, Texas, May 10, 2002. Choi became
the first South Korean to win a PGA tour event when he won the Compaq
Classic in New Orleans last weekend. REUTERS/Jeff Mitchell

JM 
SPORT GOLF
RTRVCBC 
May 10, 2002 
K.J. Choi of South Korea watches his tee shot on the 11th hole of the
Cottonwood Valley course during... 
Irving, United States of America 
CHOI WATCHES TEE SHOT DURING SECOND ROUND OF BYRON NELSON CLASSIC IN
TEXAS. 
K.J. Choi of South Korea watches his tee shot on the 11th hole of the
Cottonwood Valley course during second round play at the Byron Nelson
Classic in Irving, Texas, May 10, 2002. Choi became the first South
Korean to win a PGA tour event when he won the Compaq Classic in New
Orleans last weekend. REUTERS/Jeff Mitchell

JM/SV 
SPORT GOLF
RTRVCAW 
May 10, 2002 
K.J. Choi of South Korea misses a birdie putt at the 10th green on the
Cottonwood Valley course during... 
Irving, United States of America 
CHOI MISSES DURING SECOND ROUND PLAY AT BYRON NELSON CLASSIC IN TEXAS. 
K.J. Choi of South Korea misses a birdie putt at the 10th green on the
Cottonwood Valley course during second round play at the Byron Nelson
Classic in Irving, Texas, May 10, 2002. Choi became the first South
Korean to win a PGA tour event when he won the Compaq Classic in New
Orleans last weekend. REUTERS/Jeff Mitchell

JM 
SPORT GOLF
RTRVBDC 
May 09, 2002 
K.J. Choi misses his par putt on the eighth hole on the TPC course
during the first round of the Byron... 
Irving, United States of America 
CHOI MISSES PAR PUTT ON EIGHTH HOLE DURING BYRON NELSON CLASSIC FIRST
ROUND. 
K.J. Choi misses his par putt on the eighth hole on the TPC course
during the first round of the Byron Nelson Classic in Irving, May 9,
2002. Choi became the first South Korean to win a PGA tour event when
he won the Compaq Classic in New Orleans last weekend. REUTERS/Jeff
Mitchell

JM/HK 
SPORT GOLF
RTRVBD6 
May 09, 2002 
K.J. Choi watches his second shot on the 10th hole on the TPC course
during the first round of the Byron... 
Irving, United States of America 
CHOI WATCHES APPROACH SHOT ON 10TH HOLE AT BYRON NELSON CLASSIC FIRST
ROUND. 
K.J. Choi watches his second shot on the 10th hole on the TPC course
during the first round of the Byron Nelson Classic in Irving, May 9,
2002. Choi became the first South Korean to win a PGA tour event when
he won the Compaq Classic in New Orleans last weekend. REUTERS/Jeff
Mitchell

JM/SV 
SPORT GOLF
RTRVBCT 
May 09, 2002 
K.J. Choi watches his tee shot on the 10th hole on the TPC course
during the first round of the Byron... 
Irving, United States of America 
CHOI WATCHES TEE SHOT DURING BYRON NELSON CLASSIC FIRST ROUND. 
K.J. Choi watches his tee shot on the 10th hole on the TPC course
during the first round of the Byron Nelson Classic in Irving, May 9,
2002. Choi became the first South Korean to win a PGA tour event when
he won the Compaq Classic in New Orleans last weekend. REUTERS/Jeff
Mitchell

JM/HK 
SPORT GOLF
RTRVBBY 
May 09, 2002 
K.J. Choi lines up his putt on the ninth hole on the TPC course during
the first round of the Byron... 
Irving, United States of America 
K J CHOI LINES UP PUTT ON NINTH HOLE DURING BYRON NELSON CLASSIC FIRST
ROUND. 
K.J. Choi lines up his putt on the ninth hole on the TPC course during
the first round of the Byron Nelson Classic in Irving, May 9, 2002.
Choi became the first South Korean to win a PGA tour event when he won
the Compaq Classic in New Orleans last weekend. REUTERS/Jeff Mitchell

JM/SV 
SPORT NHL
RTRVALJ 
May 08, 2002 
Colorado Avalanche goalie Patrick Roy stops a shot by the San Jose
Sharks during the second period of... 
San Jose, United States of America 
AVALANCHE GOALIE ROY BLOCKS SHOT BY SHARKS. 
Colorado Avalanche goalie Patrick Roy stops a shot by the San Jose
Sharks during the second period of Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Western
Conference semifinals at the Compaq Center in San Jose, California, on
May 8, 2002. Avalanche defeated the Sharks by a score of 4-1 to tie the
series at two games each. REUTERS/Justin Sullivan

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SPORT NHL
RTRVAL6 
May 08, 2002 
Colorado Avalanche goalie Patrick Roy (33) stops a shot by San Jose
Sharks left wing Marco Sturm (19)... 
San Jose, United States of America 
AVALANCHE GOALIE ROY BLOCKS SHOT BY SHARKS WING STURM. 
Colorado Avalanche goalie Patrick Roy (33) stops a shot by San Jose
Sharks left wing Marco Sturm (19) in the third period of Game 4 of the
Stanley Cup Western Conference semifinals at the Compaq Center in San
Jose, California, on May 8, 2002. Also in on the play is Avalanche
defenseman Greg de Vries (7). The Avalanche defeated the Sharks by a
score of 4-1 to tie the series at two games each. REUTERS/Justin
Sullivan

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SPORT NHL
RTRVAK8 
May 08, 2002 
Colorado Avalanche left wing Alex Tanguay (40) is congratulated by
Avalanche right wing Milan Hejduk... 
San Jose, United States of America 
AVALANCHE WING TANGUAY CONGRATULATED AFTER SCORE AGAINST SHARKS. 
Colorado Avalanche left wing Alex Tanguay (40) is congratulated by
Avalanche right wing Milan Hejduk (23) and center Joe Sakic (19) after
scoring an empty net goal against the San Jose Sharks at the end of the
third period of Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Western Conference semifinals
at the Compaq Center in San Jose, California, on May 8, 2002. The
Avalanche defeated the Sharks by a score of 4-1 to tie the series at
two games each. REUTERS/Lou Dematteis

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SPORT NHL
RTRVAK4 
May 08, 2002 
San Jose Sharks left wing Marco Strum (19) and Colorado Avalanche
Darius Kasparaitis (11) fall to the... 
San Jose, United States of America 
SHARKS STRUM AND AVALANCHE KASPARAITIS GO FOR PUCK. 
San Jose Sharks left wing Marco Strum (19) and Colorado Avalanche
Darius Kasparaitis (11) fall to the ice as they both go for the puck in
second period of Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Western Conference
semifinals at the Compaq Center in San Jose, California, on May 8,
2002. REUTERS/Justin Sullivan

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SPORT NHL
RTRVAJ0 
May 08, 2002 
Colorado Avalanche center Joe Sakic (19) is congratulated by Avalanche
defenseman Adam Foote (52) after... 
San Jose, United States of America 
AVALANCHE SAKIC WITH FOOTE AFTER SCORING. 
Colorado Avalanche center Joe Sakic (19) is congratulated by Avalanche
defenseman Adam Foote (52) after scoring against San Jose Sharks goalie
Evgeni Nabokov in the first period of Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Western
Conference semifinals at the Compaq Center in San Jose, California, on
May 8, 2002. REUTERS/Lou Dematteis

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SPORT NHL
RTRVAIL 
May 08, 2002 
Colorado Avalanche center Joe Sakic (19) scores against San Jose Sharks
goalie Evgeni Nabokov (35) in... 
San Jose, United States of America 
AVALANCHE CENTER SAKIC SCORES AGAINST SHARKS GOALIE NABOKOV. 
Colorado Avalanche center Joe Sakic (19) scores against San Jose Sharks
goalie Evgeni Nabokov (35) in the first period of Game 4 of the Stanley
Cup Western Conference semifinals at the Compaq Center in San Jose,
California, on May 8, 2002. Also in on the play is Sharks defenseman
Scott Hannan (22). REUTERS/Justin Sullivan

LD/ME 
SPORT GOLF
RTRV9O0 
May 08, 2002 
K.J. Choi of South Korea watches his tee shot on the second hole during
the final day of practice at... 
Irving, United States of America 
CHOI WATCHES TEE SHOT DURING FINAL PRACTICE ROUND AT BRYON NELSON
CLASSIC IN TEXAS. 
K.J. Choi of South Korea watches his tee shot on the second hole during
the final day of practice at the Byron Nelson Classic in Irving, Texas,
May 8, 2002. Choi became the first South Korean to win a PGA tour event
when he won the Compaq Classic in New Orleans last weekend.
REUTERS/Jeff Mitchell

JM 
SPORT GOLF
RTRV9NS 
May 08, 2002 
K.J. Choi of South Korea watches his approach shot on the first hole
during the final day of practice... 
Irving, United States of America 
CHOI WATCHES APPROACH SHOT DURING FINAL DAY OF PRACTICE AT BRYON NELSON
CLASSIC IN TEXAS. 
K.J. Choi of South Korea watches his approach shot on the first hole
during the final day of practice at the Byron Nelson Classic in Irving,
Texas, May 8, 2002. Choi became the first South Korean to win a PGA
tour event when he won the Compaq Classic in New Orleans last weekend.
REUTERS/Jeff Mitchell

JM 
SPORT GOLF
RTRV9NL 
May 08, 2002 
K.J. Choi of South Korea blasts out of the bunker on the third hole
during the final day of practice... 
Irving, United States of America 
CHOI BLASTS OUT OF BUNKER DURING PRACTICE ROUND AT BRYON NELSON CLASSIC
IN TEXAS. 
K.J. Choi of South Korea blasts out of the bunker on the third hole
during the final day of practice at the Byron Nelson Classic in Irving,
Texas, May 8, 2002. Choi became the first South Korean to win a PGA
tour event when he won the Compaq Classic in New Orleans last weekend.
REUTERS/Jeff Mitchell

JM 
SPORT GOLF
RTRV9N1 
May 08, 2002 
K.J. Choi of South Korea chips on to the green at the second hole
during the final day of practice at... 
Irving, United States of America 
CHOI CHIPS ON GREEN DURING FINAL DAY OF PRACTICE AT BRYON NELSON
CLASSIC IN TEXAS. 
K.J. Choi of South Korea chips on to the green at the second hole
during the final day of practice at the Byron Nelson Classic in Irving,
Texas, May 8, 2002. Choi became the first South Korean to win a PGA
tour event when he won the Compaq Classic in New Orleans last weekend.
REUTERS/Jeff Mitchell

JM 
SPORT GOLF
RTRV9MT 
May 08, 2002 
K.J. Choi of South Korea watches his tee shot on the third hole during
the final day of practice at... 
Irving, United States of America 
CHOI WATCHES TEE SHOT DURING PRACTICE ROUND AT BYRON NELSON IN TEXAS. 
K.J. Choi of South Korea watches his tee shot on the third hole during
the final day of practice at the Byron Nelson Classic in Irving, Texas,
May 8, 2002. Choi became the first South Korean to win a PGA tour event
when he won the Compaq Classic in New Orleans last weekend.
REUTERS/Jeff Mitchell

JM 
HEWLETT PACKARD
RTXL8VG 
May 07, 2002 
Hewlett-Packard executives Carly Fiorina, chairman and CEO, (L) and Michael Capellas, president, celebrate... 
Palo Alto, USA 
Hewlett-Packard executives Carly Fiorina, chairman and CEO, (L) and Michael Capellas, president, cel..... 
Hewlett-Packard executives Carly Fiorina, chairman and CEO, (L) and Michael Capellas, president, celebrate the launch of the new HP with its new stock ticker symbol (NYSE--HPQ), May 7, 2002, at H-P headquarters in Palo Alto, California two business days after closing HP's merger with Compaq Computer Corp. During meetings today with employees and press, Fiorina and Capellas outlined plans for the new HP, now the world's largest supplier of information technology to small- and medium-sized businesses. 
HEWLETT PACKARD
RTRDQM4 
May 07, 2002 
Hewlett-Packard Co. on November 11, 2002 said Michael Capellas (R), its
president and the former head... 
Palo Alto, United States of America 
FILE PHOTO OF HP PRESIDENT MICHAEL CAPELLAS AND CEO CARLY FIORINA. 
Hewlett-Packard Co. on November 11, 2002 said Michael Capellas (R), its
president and the former head of Compaq Computer, will leave the company
amid reports he could move to WorldCom, sending shares of HP down 11
percent. An industry source told Reuters, and newspapers including the Wall
Street Journal on Monday reported, that Capellas was the top candidate to
take over John Sidgmore's chief executive job at WorldCom Inc., which has
filed for bankruptcy. Capellas is shown with fellow HP executive Carly
Fiorina, chairman and CEO, in Palo Alto, California, in this May 7, 2002
file photo. REUTERS/Court Mast

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BELGIUM
RTXL8O7 
May 06, 2002 
Belgian explorer Dixie Dansercoer (L) and his wife Julie Brown (R) look at their baby, Robin, on the... 
Brussels, Belgium 
Belgian explorer Dixie Dansercoer (L) and his wife Julie Brown (R) look at their baby, Robin, on the..... 
Belgian explorer Dixie Dansercoer (L) and his wife Julie Brown (R) look at their baby, Robin, on the arrival of the Compaq Pole II expedition at Brussels' Zaventem airport, May 6, 2002. [Dansercoer and fellow Belgian Alain Hubert tried to cross the North pole on foot, covering 2,350 kilometres from the New Siberian islands to Ellesmere Island, Canada, but had to stop due to thin ice.] 
BELGIUM
RTXL8O6 
May 06, 2002 
Alain Hubert (L) and Dixie Dansercoer (R) of Belgium lark about on their arrival at Brussels' Zaventem... 
Brussels, Belgium 
Alain Hubert (L) and Dixie Dansercoer (R) of Belgium lark about on their arrival at Brussels' Zavent..... 
Alain Hubert (L) and Dixie Dansercoer (R) of Belgium lark about on their arrival at Brussels' Zaventem airport, May 6, 2002. [The two explorers of the Compaq Pole II expedition tried to cross the North pole on foot, covering 2,350 kilometres from the New Siberian islands to Ellesmere island, Canada, but had to stop due to thin ice.] 
SPORT NHL
RTRV8AO 
May 06, 2002 
San Jose Sharks goalie Evgeni Navokov (R) stops a shot by Colorado
Avalanche left wing Mike Keane as... 
San Jose, United States of America 
SHARKS GOALIE NABOKOV STOPS SHOT BY AVALANCHE WINGER KEANE IN STANLEY
CUP WESTERN CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS.... 
San Jose Sharks goalie Evgeni Navokov (R) stops a shot by Colorado
Avalanche left wing Mike Keane as Sharks defenseman Gary Suter (20)
helps out on the play in the first period of Game 3 of the Stanley Cup
Western Conference semifinals at the Compaq Center in San Jose,
California, on May 6, 2002. REUTERS/Lou Dematteis

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SPORT NHL
RTRV8AG 
May 06, 2002 
Colorado Avalanche defenseman Rob Blake (4) is congratulated by
Avalanche defenseman Darius Kasparaitis... 
San Jose, United States of America 
AVALANCHE BLAKE CONGRATULATED BY TEAMMATES AFTER SCORE AGAINST SHARKS
IN THE WESTERN CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS.... 
Colorado Avalanche defenseman Rob Blake (4) is congratulated by
Avalanche defenseman Darius Kasparaitis (C) and center Joe Sakic (19)
after scoring a goal against San Jose Sharks goalie Evgeni Nabokov in
the first period of Game 3 of their NHL Stanley Cup Western Conference
semifinals at the Compaq Center in San Jose, California, on May 6,
2002. REUTERS/Dave Kennedy

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BELGIUM EXPLORERS
RTR4RFM 
May 06, 2002 
Belgian explorer Dixie Dansercoer (L) and his wife Julie Brown (R) look
at their baby, Robin, on the... 
Brussels, Belgium 
BELGIAN EXPLORER DANSERCOER ARRIVES AT BRUSSELS' ZAVENTEM AIRPORT. 
Belgian explorer Dixie Dansercoer (L) and his wife Julie Brown (R) look
at their baby, Robin, on the arrival of the Compaq Pole II expedition
at Brussels' Zaventem airport, May 6, 2002. Dansercoer and fellow
Belgian Alain Hubert tried to cross the North pole on foot, covering
2,350 kilometres from the New Siberian islands to Ellesmere Island,
Canada, but had to stop due to thin ice. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
REUTERS

FLR 
BELGIUM EXPLORERS
RTR4RD4 
May 06, 2002 
Alain Hubert (L) and Dixie Dansercoer (R) of Belgium lark about on
their arrival at Brussels' Zaventem... 
Brussels, Belgium 
BELGIAN EXPLORERS HUBERT AND DANSERCOER ARRIVE AT BRUSSELS' ZAVENTEM
AIRPORT. 
Alain Hubert (L) and Dixie Dansercoer (R) of Belgium lark about on
their arrival at Brussels' Zaventem airport, May 6, 2002. The two
explorers of the Compaq Pole II expedition tried to cross the North
pole on foot, covering 2,350 kilometres from the New Siberian islands
to Ellesmere island, Canada, but had to stop due to thin ice. REUTERS

FLR 
SPORT NHL
RTRUYL7 
April 27, 2002 
CAPTION CORRECTION

Phoenix Coyotes goalie Sean Burke stops a shot by the San Jose Sharks
in the first... 
San Jose, United States of America 
COYOTES GOALIE BURKE STOPS SHARKS SHOT. 
CAPTION CORRECTION

Phoenix Coyotes goalie Sean Burke stops a shot by the San Jose Sharks
in the first period of Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Western Conference
quarter finals at the Compaq Arena in San Jose, California, on April
26, 2002. REUTERS/Lou Dematteis 
SPORT NHL
RTRUYM8 
April 26, 2002 
San Jose Sharks left wing Marco Sturm (19) is congratulated by Sharks
center Vincent Damphousse (25)... 
San Jose, United States of America 
SHARKS STRUM CONGRATULATED AFTER GOAL. 
San Jose Sharks left wing Marco Sturm (19) is congratulated by Sharks
center Vincent Damphousse (25) after scoring against Phoenix Coyotes
goalie Sean Burke in the third period of Game 5 of the Stanley Cup
Western Conference quarter finals at the Compaq Arena in San Jose,
California, April 26, 2002. The Sharks defeated the Coyotes by a score
of 4-1 in the game and won the series four games to one to advance to
the semi-finals. REUTERS/Lou Dematteis

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SPORT NHL
RTRUYM2 
April 26, 2002 
Phoenix Coyotes goalie Sean Burke looks down shortly after giving up
his fourth goal of the game to... 
San Jose, United States of America 
COYOTES GOALIE SEAN BURKE AFTER ALLOWING GOAL. 
Phoenix Coyotes goalie Sean Burke looks down shortly after giving up
his fourth goal of the game to San Jose Sharks center Vincent
Damphousse in the third period of Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Western
Conference quarter finals at the Compaq Arena in San Jose, California,
April 26, 2002. The Sharks defeated the Coyotes by a score of 4-1 in
the game and won the series four games to one to advance to the
semi-finals. REUTERS/Lou Dematteis

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SPORT NHL
RTRUYLW 
April 26, 2002 
San Jose Sharks center Vincent Damphousse (C) jumps in the air as he is
congratulated by Sharks left... 
San Jose, United States of America 
SHARKS DAMPHOUSSE CONGRATULATED AFTER GOAL AGAINST COYOTES. 
San Jose Sharks center Vincent Damphousse (C) jumps in the air as he is
congratulated by Sharks left wing Stephane Matteau (32) and right wing
Teemu Selanne (R) after scoring against Phoenix Coyotes goalie Sean
Burke in the third period for the Sharks' third goal in Game 5 of the
Stanley Cup Western Conference quarter finals at the Compaq Arena in
San Jose, California, April 26, 2002. The Sharks defeated the Coyotes
by a score of 4-1in the game and won the series four games to one to
advance to the semi-finals. REUTERS/Lou Dematteis

LD/ME 
SPORT NHL
RTRUYLQ 
April 26, 2002 
San Jose Sharks left wing Marco Sturm (19) shoots the puck past Phoenix
Coyotes goalie Sean Burke for... 
San Jose, United States of America 
SHARKS STURM SCORES AGAINST COYOTES GOALIE BURKE. 
San Jose Sharks left wing Marco Sturm (19) shoots the puck past Phoenix
Coyotes goalie Sean Burke for a score in the third period of Game 5 of
the Stanley Cup Western Conference quarter finals at the Compaq Arena
in San Jose, California, April 26, 2002. The Sharks defeated the
Coyotes by a score of 4-1 in the game and won the series four games to
one to advance to the semi-finals. REUTERS/Lou Dematteis

LD/ME 
SPORT NHL
RTRUYLI 
April 26, 2002 
San Jose Sharks center Patrick Marleau (12) shoots the puck past
Phoenix Coyotes goalie Sean Burke (1)... 
San Jose, United States of America 
SHARKS MARLEAU SCORES GOAL AGAINST COYOTE GOALIE BURKE. 
San Jose Sharks center Patrick Marleau (12) shoots the puck past
Phoenix Coyotes goalie Sean Burke (1) for a score in the second period
of Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Western Conference quarter finals at the
Compaq Arena in San Jose, California, on April 26, 2002. REUTERS/Lou
Dematteis

LD/ME 
SPORT NHL
RTRUYLE 
April 26, 2002 
CAPTION CORRECTION

San Jose Sharks center Patrick Marleau (12) is congratulated by Sharks
left wing... 
San Jose, United States of America 
HARKS MARLEAU CONGRATULATED AFTER GOAL AGAINST COYOTE. 
CAPTION CORRECTION

San Jose Sharks center Patrick Marleau (12) is congratulated by Sharks
left wing Stephane Matteau after Marleau scored a goal against Phoenix
Coyotes goalie Sean Burke in the second period of Game 5 of the Stanley
Cup Western Conference quarter finals at the Compaq Arena in San Jose,
California, on April 26, 2002. REUTERS/Lou Dematteis 
SPORT NHL
RTRUYL0 
April 26, 2002 
CAPTION CORRECTION

San Jose Sharks goalie Evgeni Nabokov stops a shot by the Phoenix
Coyotes in the... 
San Jose, United States of America 
SHARKS GOALIE NABOKOV STOPS COYOTES SHOT. 
CAPTION CORRECTION

San Jose Sharks goalie Evgeni Nabokov stops a shot by the Phoenix
Coyotes in the first period of Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Western
Conference quarter finals at the Compaq Arena in San Jose, California,
April 26, 2002. REUTERS/Lou Dematteis 
HP COMPAQ
RTR492J 
April 25, 2002 
Hewlett-Packard Chairman and CEO Carleton (Carly) Fiorina enters the
courthouse with a police escort... 
Wilmington, United States of America 
HEWLETT PACKARD CEO FIORINA ENTERS COURTHOUSE. 
Hewlett-Packard Chairman and CEO Carleton (Carly) Fiorina enters the
courthouse with a police escort in Wilmington Delaware, April 25, 2002.
Fiorina is battling in Chancery court with Walter Hewlett, a son of founder
William Hewlett, who is trying to block the HP-Compaq merger. REUTERS/Tim
Shaffer REUTERS

TMS 
HP COMPAQ
RTR492A 
April 25, 2002 
Hewlett-Packard board member Walter Hewlett (L) and his wife Esther (R) walk
in front of the courthouse... 
Wilmington, United States Minor Outlying Islands 
WALTER HEWLETT AND HIS WIFE ESTHER WALK TO THE COURTHOUSE. 
Hewlett-Packard board member Walter Hewlett (L) and his wife Esther (R) walk
in front of the courthouse in Wilmington, Delaware, April 25, 2002. Hewlett,
a son of company founder William Hewlett, is trying to block the HP-Compaq
merger in the Delaware Chancery court. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer

TMS 
FIORINA
RTXL7Z6 
April 23, 2002 
Hewlett-Packard Chairman and CEO Carelton (Carly) Fiorina exits the courthouse in Wilmington, Delaware,... 
Wilmington, USA 
Hewlett-Packard Chairman and CEO Carelton (Carly) Fiorina exits the courthouse in Wilmington, Delawa..... 
Hewlett-Packard Chairman and CEO Carelton (Carly) Fiorina exits the courthouse in Wilmington, Delaware, April 23, 2002. [Fiorina is battling in Chancery court with Walter Hewlett, a son of founder William Hewlett, who is trying to block the HP-Compaq merger.] 
TECH HP COMPAQ
RTR459Y 
April 23, 2002 
Hewlett-Packard board member Walter Hewlett (L) and his wife Esther (R) exit
the courthouse on lunch... 
Wilmington, United States Minor Outlying Islands 
WALTER HEWLETT EXITS THE COURTHOUSE WITH HIS WIFE ESTHER IN DELAWARE. 
Hewlett-Packard board member Walter Hewlett (L) and his wife Esther (R) exit
the courthouse on lunch break in Wilmington, Delaware, April 23, 2002.
Hewlett, a son of company founder William Hewlett, is trying to block the
HP-Compaq merger in the Chancery court. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer

TMS 
TECH HP COMPAQ
RTR459S 
April 23, 2002 
Hewlett-Packard Chairman and CEO Carelton (Carly) Fiorina exits the
courthouse in Wilmington, Delaware,... 
Wilmington, United States Minor Outlying Islands 
HEWLETT-PACKARD CEO FIORINA EXITS THE COURTHOUSE IN DELAWARE. 
Hewlett-Packard Chairman and CEO Carelton (Carly) Fiorina exits the
courthouse in Wilmington, Delaware, April 23, 2002. Fiorina is battling in
Chancery court with Walter Hewlett, a son of founder William Hewlett, who is
trying to block the HP-Compaq merger. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer

TMS/ME 
TECH COMPAQ HEWLETT
RTR44XB 
April 23, 2002 
Hewlett-Packard board member Walter Hewlett (L) and his wife Esther head
into a Delaware Chancery courthouse... 
Wilmington, United States Minor Outlying Islands 
WALTER AND ESTHER HEWLETT HEAD TO COURT IN WILMINGTON. 
Hewlett-Packard board member Walter Hewlett (L) and his wife Esther head
into a Delaware Chancery courthouse in Wilmington, April 23, 2002. A
Delaware business judge opened a trial today to determine whether
Hewlett-Packard Co. Chief Executive Carly Fiorina and her team bought votes
from shareholder Deutsche Bank in a last-minute scramble to pass their $20
billion plan to acquire Compaq Computer Corp. Walter Hewlett launched a suit
less than 10 days after the vote, alleging HP bought votes and lied about
merger problems to dupe investors into approving the deal. REUTERS/Tim
Shaffer

TMS/SV 
TECH COMPAQ HEWLETT
RTR44WD 
April 23, 2002 
Hewlett-Packard Chairman and CEO Carelton (Carly) Fiorina (L) is escorted by
a police officer Stephen... 
Wilmington, United States Minor Outlying Islands 
HP CHAIRMAN AND CEO FIORINA IS ESCORTED INTO CHANCERY COURT IN
DELAWARE. 
Hewlett-Packard Chairman and CEO Carelton (Carly) Fiorina (L) is escorted by
a police officer Stephen Martelli (R) into the courthouse in Wilmington
Delaware, April 23, 2002. a Delaware business judge will open a trial today
to determine whether Fiorina and her team bought votes from shareholder
Deutsche Bank in a last-minute scramble to pass their $20 billion plan to
acquire Compaq Computer Corp. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer

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April 20, 2002 
Phoenix Coyotes left wing Ladislav Nagy (17) skates away with the puck
from San Jose Sharks left wing... 
San Jose, United States of America 
SHARKS VS. COYOTES IN GAME ONE OF THE STANLEY CUP WESTERN CONFERENCE
QUARTERFINALS. 
Phoenix Coyotes left wing Ladislav Nagy (17) skates away with the puck
from San Jose Sharks left wing Marco Strum (19) the first period of
game two of the Stanley Cup Western Conference quarterfinals at the
Compaq Arena in San Jose, California, April 20, 2002. REUTERS/Lou
Dematteis

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April 20, 2002 
San Jose Sharks goaltender Evgeni Nabokov stops a shot by the Phoenix
Coyotes in the first period of... 
San Jose, United States of America 
SHARKS GOALIE NABOKOV STOPS A SHOT BY THE COYOTES IN THE WESTERN
CONFERENCE QUARTERFINALS. 
San Jose Sharks goaltender Evgeni Nabokov stops a shot by the Phoenix
Coyotes in the first period of game two of the Stanley Cup Western
Conference quarterfinals at the Compaq Arena in San Jose, California,
April 20, 2002. REUTERS/Lou Dematteis

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April 20, 2002 
As Phoenix Coyotes defenseman Teppo Numminen (second from left) holds
off San Jose Sharks left wing... 
San Jose, United States of America 
COYOTES GOALIE BURKE STOPS SHOT BY SHARKS CENTER RICCI IN GAME TWO OF
WESTERN CONFERENCE QUARTERFINALS.... 
As Phoenix Coyotes defenseman Teppo Numminen (second from left) holds
off San Jose Sharks left wing Scott Thornton (L), Coyotes goalie Sean
Burke (C) stops a shot by Sharks center Mike Ricci (18) in the first
period of game two of the Stanley Cup Western Conference Quarterfinals
at the Compaq Arena in San Jose, California, on April 20, 2002. Also in
on the play is Coyotes center Michal Handzus (16). REUTERS/Lou
Dematteis

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April 17, 2002 
Phoenix Coyotes goalie Sean Burke (1) stops a shot by San Jose Sharks
left wing Scott Thornton (2ndL)... 
San Jose, United States of America 
COYOTES GOALIE BURKE STOPS SHOT BY SHARKS WING THORNTON IN WESTERN
CONFERENCE QUARTERFINALS. 
Phoenix Coyotes goalie Sean Burke (1) stops a shot by San Jose Sharks
left wing Scott Thornton (2ndL) in the first period of Game 1 of their
Western Conference playoff at the Compaq Arena in San Jose, California,
on April 17, 2002. REUTERS/Lou Dematteis

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April 17, 2002 
San Jose Sharks goalie Evgeni Nabokov (35) lays sprawled on the ice
along with Phoenix Coyotes left... 
San Jose, United States of America 
SHARKS GOALIE NABOKOV AND COYOTES WING NAGY COLLIDE IN SAN JOSE. 
San Jose Sharks goalie Evgeni Nabokov (35) lays sprawled on the ice
along with Phoenix Coyotes left wing Ladislav Nagy (1L) after Nagy
skated into Nabokov in the first period of Game 1 of their Western
Conference playoff at the Compaq Arena in San Jose, California, on
April 17, 2002. There was no penalty on the play. REUTERS/Lou
Dematteis

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April 17, 2002 
As San Jose Sharks right wing Teemu Selanne (8) and defenseman Gary
Sutter (20) skate to join in, Sharks... 
San Jose, United States of America 
SHARKS DAMPHOUSSE CONGRATULATED AFTER SCORE AGAINST COYOTES IN SAN
JOSE. 
As San Jose Sharks right wing Teemu Selanne (8) and defenseman Gary
Sutter (20) skate to join in, Sharks center Vincent Damphousse (R) is
congratulated by defenseman Jeff Jillson (2nd R) and center Owen Nolan
(11) after scoring a goal against the Phoenix Coyotes in the first
period of Game 1 of the Western Conference quarterfinals at the Compaq
Arena in San Jose, California, on April 17, 2002. REUTERS/Lou
Dematteis

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March 28, 2002 
Colorardo Avalanche left wing Mike Keane (12) ends up inside the net
with San Jose Sharks goalie Evgeni... 
San Jose, United States of America 
AVALANCHE WING KEANE CRASHES INTO SHARKS GOALIE NABAKOV. 
Colorardo Avalanche left wing Mike Keane (12) ends up inside the net
with San Jose Sharks goalie Evgeni Nabakov after crashing into Nakakov
in the first period of a match at the Compaq Center in San Jose,
California, on March 28, 2002. REUTERS/Lou Dema

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March 28, 2002 
With Avalanche defenseman Adam Foote looking on, Avalanche goalie
Patrick Roy (33) stops a shot by San... 
San Jose, United States of America 
AVALANCHE GOALIE STOPS SHOT BY SHARKS WING SELANNE. 
With Avalanche defenseman Adam Foote looking on, Avalanche goalie
Patrick Roy (33) stops a shot by San Jose Sharks right wing Teemu
Selanne (8) in the first period of a match at the Compaq Center in San
Jose, California, on March 28, 2002. Behind Selanne is Avalanche
defenseman Greg de Vries. REUTERS/Lou Dematteis

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March 26, 2002 
Dallas Stars right wing Rob DiMaio (18) skates with the puck past San
Jose Sharks right wing Matt Bradley... 
San Jose, United States of America 
STARS WING DIMAIO SKATES PAST SHARKS BRADLEY WITH PUCK. 
Dallas Stars right wing Rob DiMaio (18) skates with the puck past San
Jose Sharks right wing Matt Bradley (28) in the first period of a match
at the Compaq Center in San Jose, California, on March 26, 2002.
REUTERS/Lou Dematteis

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March 26, 2002 
Dallas Stars goalie Ed Belfour (20) puts his body in front of the puck
to stop a shot by the San Jose... 
San Jose, United States of America 
STARS GOALIE BELFOUR STOPS SHOT BY SHARKS. 
Dallas Stars goalie Ed Belfour (20) puts his body in front of the puck
to stop a shot by the San Jose Sharks in the first period of a match at
the Compaq Center in San Jose, California, on March 26, 2002.
REUTERS/Lou Dematteis

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March 23, 2002 
Missouri Tigers center Arthur Johnson (50) is double-teamed by Oklahoma
Sooners forward Aaron McGhee... 
San Jose, United States of America 
TIGERS JOHNSON GUARDED BY SOONERS IN NCAA WEST REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP. 
Missouri Tigers center Arthur Johnson (50) is double-teamed by Oklahoma
Sooners forward Aaron McGhee (13) and Sooners center Jabahari Brown
(21) in the first half of their NCAA West Regional Championship game at
the Compaq Arena in San Jose, California, March 23, 2002. REUTERS/Susan
Ragan

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March 23, 2002 
Oklahoma Sooners guard Jason Detrick holds the ball after scrambling on
the floor for it with Missouri... 
San Jose, United States of America 
SOONERS DETRICK AND TIGERS RUSH GO FOR BALL ON FLOOR AT NCAA WEST
REGIONAL FINAL. 
Oklahoma Sooners guard Jason Detrick holds the ball after scrambling on
the floor for it with Missouri Tigers forward Kareem Rush (21) in the
first half of their NCAA West Regional Championship game at the Compaq
Arena in San Jose, California, March 23, 2002. REUTERS/Justin Sullivan

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March 23, 2002 
Oklahoma Sooners forward Aaron McGhee (13) goes for two points against
Missouri Tigers center Arthur... 
San Jose, United States of America 
SOONERS MCGHEE GOES FOR TWO AGAINST TIGERS JOHNSON IN NCAA WEST
REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP. 
Oklahoma Sooners forward Aaron McGhee (13) goes for two points against
Missouri Tigers center Arthur Johnson (50) in the first half of their
NCAA West Regional Championship game at the Compaq Arena in San Jose,
California, March 23, 2002. REUTERS/Justin Sullivan

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March 23, 2002 
Missouri Tigers center Arthur Johnson, left, is guarded by Oklahoma
Sooners forward Daryan Selvy in... 
San Jose, United States of America 
TIGERS JOHNSON GUARDED BY SOONERS SELVY DURING THE NCAA WEST REGIONAL
CHAMPIONSHIP. 
Missouri Tigers center Arthur Johnson, left, is guarded by Oklahoma
Sooners forward Daryan Selvy in the first half of the NCAA West
Regional Championship at the Compaq Center in San Jose, California,
March 23, 2002. REUTERS/Susan Ragan

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March 23, 2002 
As Missouri Tigers guard Clarence Gilbert (4) looks on, Oklahoma
Sooners guard Ebi Ere (2) and Tigers... 
San Jose, United States of America 
SOONERS ERE GOES FOR A LOOSE BALL DURING NCAA WEST REGIONAL FINAL. 
As Missouri Tigers guard Clarence Gilbert (4) looks on, Oklahoma
Sooners guard Ebi Ere (2) and Tigers forward Travon Bryant (5) go for a
loose ball in the first half of their NCAA West Regional championship
game at the Compaq Arena in San Jose, California, on March 23, 2002.
REUTERS/Justin Sullivan

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March 23, 2002 
Oklahoma Sooners forward Aaron McGhee (13) works against Missouri
Tigers center Arthur Johnson (50)... 
San Jose, United States of America 
SOONERS MCGHEE WORKS AGAINST TIGERS JOHNSON IN NCAA WEST REGIONAL
CHAMPIONSHIP. 
Oklahoma Sooners forward Aaron McGhee (13) works against Missouri
Tigers center Arthur Johnson (50) in the first half of their NCAA West
Regional Championship game at the Compaq Arena in San Jose, California,
on March 23, 2002. REUTERS/Justin Sullivan

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March 23, 2002 
Missouri Tigers center Arthur Johnson (50) and Oklahoma Sooners center
Jabahari Brown (21) both go up... 
San Jose, United States of America 
TIGERS JOHNSON AND SOONERS BROWN GO FOR REBOUND IN NCAA WEST REGIONAL
CHAMPIONSHIP. 
Missouri Tigers center Arthur Johnson (50) and Oklahoma Sooners center
Jabahari Brown (21) both go up for a rebound in the first half of their
NCAA West Regional Championship game at the Compaq Arena in San Jose,
California, March 23, 2002. REUTERS/Justin Sullivan

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