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May 31, 1996 |
Barring any dropped batons or false starts, the Pasadena Muir High boys' track and field team should easily win its third consecutive title at the state meet today and Saturday at Cerritos College. Coach Clyde Turner has been building a dynasty at a school better known for its successful football and basketball programs. It doesn't hurt, of course, that he has had junior standout Obea Moore on his team the last three years. Moore won the 200 meters (20.77 seconds) and 400 (46.
June 18, 1996 |
Circus Circus Enterprises Inc. said Monday that it has agreed to develop a 400-room luxury hotel with Four Seasons Hotels Inc. as part of a $700-million-plus resort complex it is planning for the Las Vegas Strip. Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed. The proposed hotel, which Circus Circus will own and Four Seasons will manage, will be connected to a 4,000-room hotel-casino the Las Vegas-based company is planning to build on the site of the Hacienda Hotel & Casino.
May 21, 1995 |
Depending on whom you talk to, the Long Beach Poly High girls' 400-meter relay team is either (a) attempting to set a national high school record or (b) just trying to help the school win the state team title. Both appear to be realistic goals after the Jackrabbits ran the third-fastest prep 400 relay ever (45.20) Saturday at the Southern Section Divisional championships at Cerritos College.
March 21, 1995 |
Circus Circus Enterprises Inc., the Las Vegas casino owner, said Monday it will acquire Gold Strike Resorts in a $450-million deal that would create the nation's largest casino operator. Circus said it will acquire privately held Gold Strike in an exchange of 17 million of its own shares and $12 million in cash. A Circus spokesman said the company also will assume $135 million of Gold Strike's debt. He said the acquisition will make Circus the largest U.S.
April 18, 1996 |
Julia Stamps of Santa Rosa is considered the best high school girls' distance runner in the country, but recurring health problems have limited her participation this season. She has run in only two meets in the last two months. Stamps, a junior, collapsed at the national cross-country meet in San Diego last December and also dropped out of the two-mile at the indoor championships in Boston in February.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 3, 1999
A judge on Monday postponed the sentencing of a Pasadena high school coach convicted of molesting a teenage boy, blaming the defense for delaying the matter a third time. Clyde Ezra Turner, track coach at John Muir High School, has been held in the County Jail since his May conviction on two felony counts of child molestation.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 9, 1998
A preliminary hearing for a Pasadena High School track coach accused of felony child molestation was delayed Monday at the request of prosecutors, who said they are considering whether to file more sex-related charges. But the attorney for Clyde Ezra Turner said outside court that the delay reflected the inability of Pasadena detectives and the district attorney's office to substantiate the allegations against his client, who was arrested in March.
June 2, 1996 |
Obea Moore has created quite a stir in track and field. The talented sprinter from Pasadena Muir High has become so popular among fans that a capacity crowd was on hand for the finals of the state meet Saturday at Cerritos College before the first race. Lines at the ticket booth remained long the entire meet and many fans were forced to watch from the fence outside the stadium.
June 5, 1994 |
All-American sprinter Bryan Howard of Moreno Valley Canyon Springs High figured all he needed was a good start in his bid to break the State track and field meet record in the 100 meters. Such anticipation proved detrimental, however, as Howard jumped the gun in Saturday's final and was disqualified. The State meet crowd of 10,000 at Cerritos College booed loudly as a meet official picked up Howard's starting block and told him to leave the track.