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July 31, 1998 | PETER YOON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Anne Lee is a 17-year-old golfer who, in the next two weeks, will be growing up fast. Lee, a senior at Notre Dame High, has qualified for a difficult double: the U.S. Girls' Junior Championship, Tuesday through Aug. 9 at Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pa., and the U.S. Women's Amateur Championship, Aug. 11-16 at Barton Hills Country Club in Ann Arbor, Mich. She's played in the junior championship twice before, qualifying for match play in 1996. But the U.S.
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July 21, 2000 | LAUREN PETERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Anne Lee didn't bogey her freshman year of golf at Arizona. But the former Notre Dame High standout's game wasn't up to par, either. "I was struggling, no doubt about it," Lee said. "When I went there, I really didn't know what to expect. I had no idea of the depth of our team. There were 10 players, including me, and they were all incredible. It was just an awesome team." Lee was awed, and sometimes it showed.
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July 21, 2000 | LAUREN PETERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Anne Lee didn't bogey her freshman year of golf at Arizona. But the former Notre Dame High standout's game wasn't up to par, either. "I was struggling, no doubt about it," Lee said. "When I went there, I really didn't know what to expect. I had no idea of the depth of our team. There were 10 players, including me, and they were all incredible. It was just an awesome team." Lee was awed, and sometimes it showed.
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October 9, 1986 | Bob Schwartz \f7
A body found in an orange grove in Corona was identified Wednesday as that of Debbie Ann Lee, the Garden Grove woman allegedly killed two months ago by a stereo shop owner who was once her boyfriend, police said. The Riverside County coroner's office was able to identify the body through dental records, Garden Grove Police Lt. John Woods said. An autopsy to determine the cause of death was scheduled for Wednesday night, he said.
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March 2, 2003 | Michael Frank, Michael Frank is a contributing writer to Book Review. He is no relation to Otto Frank.
And now the life of Otto Frank.
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April 7, 1998 | PETER YOON
Anne Lee, a Notre Dame High junior, squandered a six-shot lead with a final-round 82 on Monday at Wilson Golf Course and finished in third place in the girls' championship flight of the Los Angeles City junior golf tournament. Lee led after two rounds, but Yoon Cho of California Country Club in Whittier was the winner, shooting 73 in the final round and a three-day total of 226, three shots ahead of Lee.
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April 18, 1992
An April 4 letter ("Edwards Broke Barriers First") alleged that the teaming of James Edwards and Lloyd Bridges in "Home of the Brave" (1949) was the first time a black actor shared equal billing with a white star and, furthermore, that it was "the first time a black actor played a role (in a motion picture) other than that of a servant." Sixteen years before "Home of the Brave," Paul Robeson played the title role in the motion-picture adaptation of Eugene O'Neill's "The Emperor Jones," and, as the title suggests, he did not play a servant.
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August 7, 1998
Candie Kung of Fountain Valley won twice Thursday to advance to the third round of the U.S. Girls' Junior Championship at Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pa. Kung beat Anne Lee of Northridge, 1 up, then beat Sandy Kim of West Linn, Ore., 4 and 2 Kung is the only Orange County player left in the tournament. Leigh Anne Hardin of Martinsville, Ind., beat Fullerton's Angela Rho, 5 and 4, and Celeste Troche of Paraguay beat Carla Legaspi of San Clemente, 8 and 6.
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July 9, 1998 | From Staff Reports
Daryl Ahrens of Cal State Northridge, who was selected women's assistant tennis coach of the year in the NCAA Division I West Region, has been released by the school, Athletic Director Paul Bubb said Wednesday. Bubb said Ahrens' contract was not renewed because Ahrens was not making satisfactory progress toward a bachelor's degree. Kelly Edwards, captain of the Northridge women's team and a former Grant High player, will not have her scholarship renewed.
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July 31, 1998 | PETER YOON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Anne Lee is a 17-year-old golfer who, in the next two weeks, will be growing up fast. Lee, a senior at Notre Dame High, has qualified for a difficult double: the U.S. Girls' Junior Championship, Tuesday through Aug. 9 at Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pa., and the U.S. Women's Amateur Championship, Aug. 11-16 at Barton Hills Country Club in Ann Arbor, Mich. She's played in the junior championship twice before, qualifying for match play in 1996. But the U.S.
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October 9, 1986 | Bob Schwartz \f7
A body found in an orange grove in Corona was identified Wednesday as that of Debbie Ann Lee, the Garden Grove woman allegedly killed two months ago by a stereo shop owner who was once her boyfriend, police said. The Riverside County coroner's office was able to identify the body through dental records, Garden Grove Police Lt. John Woods said. An autopsy to determine the cause of death was scheduled for Wednesday night, he said.
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April 5, 2013 | By Howard Blume, Los Angeles Times
In a case that could have impact statewide, a Los Angeles jury Friday found the operators of a west San Fernando Valley charter school guilty of illegally taking or misappropriating more than $200,000 in public funds. Together, Yevgeny "Eugene" Selivanov, 40, and his wife, Tatyana Berkovich, 36, faced 26 felony counts for using state money in ways they insisted were legal under laws that apply to nonprofits and charter schools in California. Over several years, for example, they spent more than $34,000 on meals, entertainment and gifts that they classified as business expenses or gestures of appreciation for teachers.
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October 5, 2002 | From the Washington Post
Jo-Anne Lee Coe, a key fund-raiser for former Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole (R-Kan.) and the first woman to serve as secretary of the Senate, died of an aortic aneurysm Sept. 27 at a hospital in Fairfax, Va. She was 69. Coe worked for Dole nearly 35 years, and in later years helped make him the Republican Party's top money gatherer. In addition to House and Senate races and three presidential campaigns, Dole has financed a political action committee and two private foundations.
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