April 4, 1985
A group of Stanford students said they will try to keep Playboy magazine photographer David Chan from photographing women students for the periodical's "Girls of the Pac-10" layout.
May 14, 1995 |
Only two Orange County swimmers qualified for the finals at the Southern Section Division III meet Saturday at the Belmont Plaza pool in Long Beach. Pacifica's Jeff Maddox won the 500 freestyle, upsetting Mike Soria of Santa Fe Springs Sante Fe. Maddox's time of 4:39.61, was three seconds faster than Soria. Maddox also took second in the 200 individual medley, finishing in 1:57.59. David Chan of Ridgecrest Burroughs was first in 1:52.81.
June 10, 1990 |
Raphael, Michaelangelo, Donatello and Leonardo--a.k.a. the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles"--are back in action. The sequel to New Line Cinema's big hit (domestic gross: more than $121 million) is set to go before the cameras in October for Golden Harvest. This time out, the budget's $20 million--up from the $12 million for "Turtles I." "We want to give the film bigger production values and better sets," says producer David Chan. "We want it to be even more entertaining.
November 28, 1987
In the six seasons since UCLA left the Coliseum, the home team has won 5 of 6 of the USC-UCLA encounters. The only time the home team lost was in 1983, when USC had a sub-par 4-6-1 team. In the last four games, the home team has played way over its head, beating the point spread by at least 11 points on each occasion. As long as there is any semblance of parity between USC and UCLA football, I think the visiting team will not be very victorious in the future. DAVID R. CHAN Los Angeles
July 15, 1996
The U.S. Tennis Assn. men's national 50-55 hardcourt championships will begin today at the Lindborg Racquet Club in Huntington Beach. Doubles play begins today and singles start Tuesday. The event will feature more than 150 players from the United States. Scheduled to compete are Dick Leach, Bob Duesler and Jim Nelson, three of the top-ranked players in the 50-55 division. The finals for doubles and singles will be July 21.
November 1, 1990 |
Tired of the dissonance of urban life? If so, check out Sunday's final round of the 1990 Pasadena Instrumental Competition--an evening of youth and talent guaranteed to be music to your ears. The Garland Theater of Polytechnic School will be filled with the sounds of youthful virtuosity as 10 budding artists, between the ages of 16 and 23, vie for $16,000 in cash prizes and an opportunity to perform with the Los Angeles Philharmonic.