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March 20, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Retired Times sportswriter Don Snyder has been elected president of the Bowling Writers Assn. of America.
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July 28, 2000 | LAUREN PETERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Derek Snyder's commitment to fencing leaves little room for teenage frivolity. "I practice constantly," he said. "My friends and I joke that I have no life. But it's not a joke. Honestly, I don't do anything except fence and eat and sleep." Snyder, a Chaminade High senior who lives in Chatsworth, has ranked among the top boys' fencers in the nation almost since his introduction to the sport during a summer-school class five years ago.
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SPORTS
March 22, 1988
Sportswriter Don Snyder of the Los Angeles Times was awarded the Mort Luby memorial ring for writing, and the Rip Van Winkle plaque for meritorious service to bowling in Jacksonville, Fla., at the 48th annual convention of the Bowling Writers Assn. of America.
SPORTS
July 28, 2000 | LAUREN PETERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Derek Snyder's commitment to fencing leaves little room for teenage frivolity. "I practice constantly," he said. "My friends and I joke that I have no life. But it's not a joke. Honestly, I don't do anything except fence and eat and sleep." Snyder, a Chaminade High senior who lives in Chatsworth, has ranked among the top boys' fencers in the nation almost since his introduction to the sport during a summer-school class five years ago.
BOOKS
September 27, 1987 | Martin Garbus, Garbus' "Traitors and Heroes: A Lawyer's Memoir" was published earlier this year by Atheneum
On Nov. 22, 1955, U.S. Army Maj. Ronald E. Alley was sentenced to 10 years at hard labor for collaborating with the enemy while a prisoner of war in North Korea. Of the thousands of soldiers held captive by the enemy in World Wars I and II, Korea and Vietnam and of the hundreds known to have collaborated with the enemy and dozens who were court-martialed for this offense, only Alley was convicted and sent to prison.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 30, 1994 | LYNN FRANEY
The City Council has approved spending $8,500 each year for an additional crossing guard near Valencia Elementary School. The guard will help cross children at La Paz Road and Paseo de Valencia. "Numerous kids use that intersection and we have a concern that one crossing guard is not able to handle the volume of traffic there," Valencia Principal Don Snyder told the council at its meeting last week.
SPORTS
February 14, 2000 | From Staff Reports
Don Snyder, 75, a Los Angeles Times sportswriter for 48 years, died Saturday night at Verdugo Hills Hospital in Glendale after a heart attack. He had emphysema. Snyder began writing for The Times around the same time Ted Williams batted .406 for the Boston Red Sox in 1941.
NEWS
April 11, 1985
Bill Sanchez, who guided the Flintridge Sacred Heart High School girls team to a 23-4 season and a second-place CIF Small Schools Division finish, and Eagle Rock junior star Tina Epps received Glendale area coach and player of the year honors, respectively, at The Times' second girls basketball awards ceremony. The program Tuesday evening in Harry Chandler Auditorium at Times Mirror Square saluted 90 prep all-stars from nine Southern California areas.
SPORTS
March 27, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Don Snyder of Los Angeles, a former Times reporter and newly elected president of the Bowling Writers Assn. of America, was named bowling writer of the year by Murrey International.
SPORTS
March 22, 1988
Sportswriter Don Snyder of the Los Angeles Times was awarded the Mort Luby memorial ring for writing, and the Rip Van Winkle plaque for meritorious service to bowling in Jacksonville, Fla., at the 48th annual convention of the Bowling Writers Assn. of America.
BOOKS
September 27, 1987 | Martin Garbus, Garbus' "Traitors and Heroes: A Lawyer's Memoir" was published earlier this year by Atheneum
On Nov. 22, 1955, U.S. Army Maj. Ronald E. Alley was sentenced to 10 years at hard labor for collaborating with the enemy while a prisoner of war in North Korea. Of the thousands of soldiers held captive by the enemy in World Wars I and II, Korea and Vietnam and of the hundreds known to have collaborated with the enemy and dozens who were court-martialed for this offense, only Alley was convicted and sent to prison.
NEWS
April 11, 1985 | RAY RIPTON, Times Staff Writer
Warren Flanagan, who guided the Culver City High School girls basketball team to a a 24-2 record, one of the state's best, and Fairfax High senior star Shameil Coleman received top Westside honors this week at The Times' second girls basketball awards ceremony. The program, in Harry Chandler Auditorium at Times Mirror Square, saluted 90 prep all-stars from nine Southern California areas.
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