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September 6, 1989 | STEVEN R. CHURM, Times Staff Writer
It is bound to happen. Some thirsty chap in the seaside hamlet of Portpatrick, Scotland, will wager a pint or two that Daniel Hodes, a 34-year-old Corona del Mar attorney, walked on water Monday. No way, his victim will say. And the next round will be on him. Hodes did walk some 20 miles across the North Channel of the Irish Sea from Northern Ireland to the west coast of Scotland. OK, he didn't quite walk.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 6, 1989 | STEVEN R. CHURM, Times Staff Writer
It is bound to happen. Some thirsty chap in the seaside hamlet of Portpatrick, Scotland, will wager a pint or two that Daniel Hodes, a 34-year-old Corona del Mar attorney, walked on water Monday. No way, his victim will say. And the next round will be on him. Hodes did walk some 20 miles across the North Channel of the Irish Sea from Northern Ireland to the west coast of Scotland. OK, he didn't quite walk.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 19, 1988
An Orange County attorney walked--well, sort of walked--26 miles across water from Molokai to Oahu, aided by 11-foot pontoon "shoes." Daniel Hodes, 33, said his legs were sore when he arrived at Koko Marina in East Oahu on Wednesday. He reported seeing sharks near the end of the trip. The feat was the latest in a series of water-walking expeditions for the Corona del Mar resident.
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September 17, 1987
A Corona del Mar attorney became the first American--and the world's second person--to "walk" across the English Channel, covering 22 miles of open ocean on a pair of 11-foot plastic pontoon-like devices attached to each foot. Standing upright and using a double-bladed paddle to propel himself, Daniel M. Hodes crossed the channel from England to France in good weather and calm seas in just under six hours.
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November 2, 1991 | GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The director of a Costa Mesa medical clinic was ordered Friday to pay $768,000 to a Fullerton man whose wife died after the clinic delayed the diagnosis of her breast cancer. After deliberating for three days, the Orange County jury found that Dr. James Stirbl, director of the Sano Medical Clinic Inc. in Costa Mesa, was responsible for the clinic's failure to treat a pea-size lump on Robin Lowe's breast when she reported it to her physician in June, 1985.
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July 28, 1995 | ANNA CEKOLA
A jury awarded $446,000 Thursday to a loan officer who accused an employer of assaulting her after she demanded payment for unpaid work. Rebecca Lawrence, 48, alleged in her lawsuit that Patrick J. Mandarino grabbed her neck from behind as she was putting the key into her car door on Jan. 7, 1988, according to her attorney, Daniel M. Hodes of Newport Beach.
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December 5, 1991
A jury awarded $205,000 Wednesday to the family of an Orange woman who died after her hip cancer was diagnosed too late, her attorney alleged. Karen Cunningham went to the Riverside Medical Clinic for five months beginning in May, 1984, for pain in her left hip. Later, doctors at St. Joseph Hospital in Orange diagnosed the cause as cancer, attorney Daniel M. Hodes said.
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July 31, 1992 | MATT LAIT
A couple who sued Humana Hospital-Huntington Beach for medical malpractice were awarded more than $377,000 Thursday, their attorney said. Al and Louise Sanbrano of Huntington Beach alleged in their lawsuit that hospital nurses were negligent in leaving an intravenous needle in Al Sanbrano's arm too long, causing him to get an internal infection. Attorney Daniel M.
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June 5, 1996 | ANNA CEKOLA
A jury has awarded more than $900,000 to a young bicyclist who was struck in an Irvine crosswalk six years ago by a motorist who ran a red light. Jurors deliberated four days before finding motorist Dana Perry negligent in the July 20, 1990, accident involving Facundo Bermudez, who was 12 at the time, said Daniel M. Hodes, the boy's lawyer.
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September 17, 1987 | STEVEN R. CHURM, Times Staff Writer
Daniel Hodes, a Corona del Mar attorney, took a stroll overseas Wednesday and wound up making headlines in Europe. Hodes became the first American--and only the second person ever--to "walk" across the English Channel, completing the 22-mile crossing on a pair of pontoonlike devices attached to his feet.
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October 1, 1987 | Ray Ripton
Whoever drew up Pepperdine's basketball schedule must believe in shock treatment rather than in getting the Waves off to a running start. Pepperdine opens Nov. 28 at DePaul. And since the series began in the 1982-83 season, DePaul has usually beaten Pepperdine like a drum. The first two games were fairly close, with the Blue Demons winning by 78-73 and 81-73. But in the last three games, DePaul has blown out the Waves by 90-65, 70-57 and 92-75.
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