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September 4, 1990 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Let's clear up a few misconceptions about Ed King, the Auburn Tigers' All-American offensive lineman. No, King's torso really isn't big and flat enough to play racquetball against, it just looks as if it's been chiseled from granite. Nor is it true those giant Tiger paw prints on the roads leading to Jordan-Hare Stadium belong to King, though he's been known to leave tracks on the chests of defensive linemen.
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January 3, 1991
Auburn All-American offensive lineman Ed King, a junior, is expected to say today he will make himself eligible for the NFL draft.
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January 3, 1991
Auburn All-American offensive lineman Ed King, a junior, is expected to say today he will make himself eligible for the NFL draft.
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September 4, 1990 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Let's clear up a few misconceptions about Ed King, the Auburn Tigers' All-American offensive lineman. No, King's torso really isn't big and flat enough to play racquetball against, it just looks as if it's been chiseled from granite. Nor is it true those giant Tiger paw prints on the roads leading to Jordan-Hare Stadium belong to King, though he's been known to leave tracks on the chests of defensive linemen.
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June 24, 1986 | CHRIS COBBS, Times Staff Writer
A mountain lion recently raided the chicken coop, creating a little stir at Oak Lake Ranch, a five-acre empire loosely ruled by the Grand Poohbah of Laziness. The ranch, which is several winding miles down Highway 79 from the center of this mountain metropolis, boasts as its primary structure a 30-year-old converted farmhouse, headquarters of the Pooh-bah himself.
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May 21, 2013 | By Walter M. Kimbrough
I was in Detroit preparing to give a speech last week when the news came across my Twitter feed: "Dr. Dre and music producer Jimmy Iovine donate $70 million to USC to create new degree. " As one of the first university presidents from the hip-hop generation, I had to stop and read the story immediately. The two music moguls and co-founders of Beats Electronics - recognizing that they needed a new type of creative talent for their growing music technology business - are funding a four-year program that blends liberal arts, graphic and product design, business and technology.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 6, 1989
Beset by declining enrollment and dwindling revenues, the South Bay Union High School District plans to close its central headquarters and move the staff to a converted warehouse on the Redondo Union High School campus. Deputy Supt. Ed King said the district expects to lease the 11,000-square-foot, 2-story headquarters building at Pacific Coast Highway and Vincent Street to the city of Redondo Beach, adding about $100,000 a year to the district's $16-million budget.
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January 5, 1990 | From Times wire services
A monthly report on commercial real estate indicates that Washington Redskins owner Jack Kent Cooke is considering Prince William County in Virginia as the site of a new stadium for his football team, but the county's chairman of the board would prefer that Cooke look elsewhere. "The newest rumors are that D.C. may be out of the running in favor of a site off of I-66 beyond the Beltway," wrote the public relations firm of Arthur J. Schultz and Co.
NEWS
May 31, 1988
A Carmel art gallery has released photos of a French painter to rebut FBI allegations that paintings selling for as much as $24,000 were created by an assembly line of artists promoting themselves as one person. Simic Galleries released 10 photographs of Paul Valere working in his studio in France, but gallery officials concede that they have no absolute proof that Valere alone created the paintings.
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May 18, 1994 | MIKE REILLEY
The New York Jets made a contract offer Tuesday to free-agent safety Pat Terrell of the Rams and hope to sign him today. Terrell will be in New York today to undergo a physical and meet with coaches. The Rams showed interest in re-signing Terrell, an unrestricted free agent, early in the signing period but have since backed off. "We're seriously negotiating with the Jets right now," said Leigh Steinberg, Terrell's agent. "We're looking at a two-year deal."
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June 24, 1986 | CHRIS COBBS, Times Staff Writer
A mountain lion recently raided the chicken coop, creating a little stir at Oak Lake Ranch, a five-acre empire loosely ruled by the Grand Poohbah of Laziness. The ranch, which is several winding miles down Highway 79 from the center of this mountain metropolis, boasts as its primary structure a 30-year-old converted farmhouse, headquarters of the Pooh-bah himself.
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September 8, 1990 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA
Cal State Fullerton will pick up a guaranteed check for $250,000 today, after its football team picks up the pieces in Jordan-Hare Stadium following its game with third-ranked Auburn. Auburn has 14 starters, eight on defense and six on offense, returning from last season's team, which went 10-2, shared the Southeastern Conference championship and beat Ohio State, 31-14, in the Hall of Fame Bowl. Eleven of Coach Pat Dye's players have been selected to the preseason All-SEC team.
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December 5, 1990 | From Associated Press
Russell Maryland, the anchor of the University of Miami's outstanding defensive line for four years, today was named the winner of the Outland Trophy as college football's top interior lineman. Colorado offensive guard Joe Garten and Clemson offensive tackle Stacy Long were the other finalists in the voting by the Football Writers Assn. of America. Maryland, a 6-foot-2, 273-pound tackle from Chicago, had 96 tackles and 10 1/2 quarterback sacks for the Hurricanes this season.
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