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October 24, 1996 | TRIS WYKES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Chuck Gordon learned about hard work and responsibility while working with his hands. But it's in a game played with the feet that he puts those qualities on public display. Gordon, a 27-year-old former auto mechanic, is the top defender on the Cal State Northridge men's soccer team. A man among, if not boys, at least notably younger men, Gordon already had played soccer for four years when the youngest of his Matador teammates were born in 1978.
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October 24, 1996 | TRIS WYKES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Chuck Gordon learned about hard work and responsibility while working with his hands. But it's in a game played with the feet that he puts those qualities on public display. Gordon, a 27-year-old former auto mechanic, is the top defender on the Cal State Northridge men's soccer team. A man among, if not boys, at least notably younger men, Gordon already had played soccer for four years when the youngest of his Matador teammates were born in 1978.
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November 8, 1992 | GERRY PRICE
Antelope Valley 31, Mt. San Jacinto 13--Running back Greg Graham scored twice and Eric Kline returned an interception for a third score as the Marauders (5-2-1, 4-2) won at home. Antelope Valley took a 10-0 halftime lead on a 24-yard field goal by Chuck Gordon and a 13-yard touchdown pass from Ryan Callahan to Graham, but Mt. San Jacinto (2-7, 2-5) cut the margin to 10-7 early in the third quarter. Antelope Valley led again by 10 when Kline picked off a pass and returned it 16 yards for a score.
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September 15, 1995 | TRIS WYKES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The slumping Cal State Northridge men's soccer team was sloppy and ineffective Thursday, losing, 3-0, to Cal State Dominguez Hills. "We were lackadaisical, we had no motivation, no desire," Northridge Coach Marwan Ass'ad said grimly. "Instead of playing simple, we lose the ball trying to make great plays." Northridge (1-3-1) last fall experienced its first losing season since 1982, and Ass'ad brought in 16 freshmen with hope of starting over.
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December 5, 1986
Jason Unger's unassisted goal late in the first half broke a 1-1 tie and enabled Westlake to beat Ventura, 2-1, in the season opener for both teams. Westlake goalie Chris Volk made some key saves in the second half to secure the victory. Wally Androski scored early in the game to give Westlake a 1-0 advantage. Reseda 3, Cleveland 2--Reseda stayed in contention for the West Valley League title with a win at Cleveland on Thursday.
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September 7, 1996 | TRIS WYKES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Active offensively, the Cal State Northridge men's soccer team sprung a defensive leak Friday and was routed by California, 5-1, in a Mountain Pacific Sports Federation game. Trailing, 2-1, with 12 minutes to play, Northridge (0-2-1) failed to cover California midfielder Peyton Leeke as the Golden Bears made an upfield rush.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 3, 2003 | Carl Kozlowski
Andrew Wagner is one of many aspiring local filmmakers who submitted entries to Sundance. Here are three others who attempted to follow their dream -- one who submitted a feature, one a documentary and one a short. * Andy Johnson was so committed to making his debut feature, the mockumentary "Chuck Gordon: Professional Juror," that he sold his house and moved to a smaller one to free up the $10,000 budget.
SPORTS
November 21, 1986
Jeff Goodrich scored a game-high 33 points Thursday night as Mt. Vernon College handed The Master's its second straight loss, 94-81. The Master's outrebounded Mt. Vernon, of Ohio, 31-22, but was outscored at the free throw line, 28-14. The Master's was outscored, 35-15, after leading, 66-59, with 9:36 left in the game. The Master's was led by Pete Coeler, who scored 24.
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July 28, 1995 | BILL HIGGINS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Scene: The summer's most eagerly awaited premiere--Universal's "Waterworld" at Mann's Chinese Theater on Wednesday. Of the epic that's earned the Cecil B. DeMille-worthy epithet "The Most Expensive Movie Ever Made," star Kevin Costner said: "It's done and we've done our best." The Locale: A nearby parking lot was transformed to evoke the film's floating "atolls"--rusty sheet-metal walls, hanging nets, fountains, Jet Skis, oil drums and a fully rigged catamaran as the centerpiece.
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April 9, 1995 | Judy Brennan and Robert W. Welkos, Judy Brennan is a frequent contributor to Calendar. Robert W. Welkos is a Times staff writer.
S trapped atop the boat's mast 40 feet up, Kevin Costner looked to sea as the calm waters off the Big Island of Hawaii suddenly changed. As the vessel turned into the growing swells, the star of "Waterworld" slammed five feet in either direction, his body banging against the stuntmen nearby. Most of the crew had already packed up for the day. Costner was left in his precarious perch , struggling against the elements.
BUSINESS
July 31, 1995 | JAMES BATES
Who is the trendiest presidential candidate for 1996? Apparently not Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole, and probably not President Clinton either. Try California Gov. Pete Wilson, and former Tennessee Gov. Lamar Alexander for starters. The Trends Research Institute, a business and sociological forecaster based in Rhinebeck, N.Y.
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