The International Law Society chapter here at Lewis & Clark has been sponsoring the Law School Olympiks (sic) as a fundraiser, with events like a table tennis tournament that concluded yesterday. Today was the day for Wii boxing, and the enterprising students went around and got a number of faculty to agree to fight each other (in addition to student-on-student matches).
I was game, not least of which because I was able to avoid wearing a suit today even though it's a teaching day (and I usually wear a suit when I teach). As I explained to my Crim Pro students, who immediately noticed how I was dressed, "James Bond may be able to fight while wearing a suit, but I don't think I can."
My worthy opponent was my colleague George Foster -- like me, a newcomer to Lewis & Clark, which is why we were matched up. It was a three round match, and in the first round, we traded knockdowns, but no knockouts. In the second round, though, I scored the decisive knockout victory. Yea me!