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August 14, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Phoenix Cardinal linebacker Eric Hill was fined $3,525 and sentenced to one year's probation in a plea proceeding on a misdemeanor assault charge claiming he fondled a woman at a nightclub.
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June 23, 2002 | STEVEN J. ROSS, Steven J. Ross is professor of history at the University of Southern California and the author of "Working-Class Hollywood: Silent Film and the Shaping of Class in America."
The past matters, and how we choose to remember it matters even more. During the last decade, Americans bitterly debated how to represent the Columbus quincentennial, the 50th anniversary of the dropping of the first atomic bomb, public displays of the Confederate battle flag in the South and what themes and groups to include in our basic history standards for public schools. At the heart of these controversies is the question: Who has the right to control the interpretation of the past?
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August 13, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Phoenix Cardinal linebacker Eric Hill was charged with misdemeanor assault for allegedly fondling a woman at a nightclub, authorities said. The charge carries a maximum penalty of six months in jail and a $2,500 fine. Hill, 25, was fined by the team and has agreed to seek counseling.
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July 23, 2000 | SYLVIE DRAKE
"One of the privileges of my position as the drama critic of a liberal weekly," writes Eric Bentley of his work at the New Republic, "is that I am not required to cover all the shows. Nor am I held to any 'objective' principle of selection--I select the ones that have most interested me. It is therefore not to be expected that my choices would seem the right ones to any other human being; in retrospect, they don't all seem right even to me." All that chutzpah and free tickets too?
ENTERTAINMENT
October 27, 1990
After reading about "Heil Honey, I'm Home," we realize that bad taste is back in vogue. How's about America getting into the act? Like say maybe a zany half-hour entitled "All in the Manson Family"? Patricia Krenwinkle: "Say, Tex, where's Charlie?" Tex Watson: "I reckon he's out paintin' the town red--uh, so to speak." (LAUGH TRACK.) Funny, huh? JIM WALKER and ERIC HILL La Canada
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July 23, 2000 | SYLVIE DRAKE
"One of the privileges of my position as the drama critic of a liberal weekly," writes Eric Bentley of his work at the New Republic, "is that I am not required to cover all the shows. Nor am I held to any 'objective' principle of selection--I select the ones that have most interested me. It is therefore not to be expected that my choices would seem the right ones to any other human being; in retrospect, they don't all seem right even to me." All that chutzpah and free tickets too?
BOOKS
June 23, 2002 | STEVEN J. ROSS, Steven J. Ross is professor of history at the University of Southern California and the author of "Working-Class Hollywood: Silent Film and the Shaping of Class in America."
The past matters, and how we choose to remember it matters even more. During the last decade, Americans bitterly debated how to represent the Columbus quincentennial, the 50th anniversary of the dropping of the first atomic bomb, public displays of the Confederate battle flag in the South and what themes and groups to include in our basic history standards for public schools. At the heart of these controversies is the question: Who has the right to control the interpretation of the past?
SPORTS
September 2, 1997 | Times Wire Services
X-rays revealed that Washington running back Terry Allen has a broken left thumb. He will sit out Sunday's game against Pittsburgh, but his status beyond that is uncertain. * Arizona Cardinal middle linebacker Eric Hill, who led the team with a career-high 196 tackles last season, is sidelined indefinitely after breaking his left ankle on Sunday.
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September 1, 1997
* The Arizona Cardinals lost middle linebacker Eric Hill for at least a month when he broke his left fibula late in the game against Cincinnati. * Houston Oiler strong safety Blaine Bishop broke his right forearm in a 24-21 victory over the Oakland Raiders, and Coach Jeff Fisher thinks he may be out "a couple of weeks. He'll be able to play as soon as he can deal with the pain." * Seattle quarterback John Friesz will be out at least six weeks because of a broken right thumb.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 30, 1989
Two men were fatally shot Tuesday night and a third wounded when two gunmen opened fire at a party in Southeast San Diego. Police said known gang members were at the party. The gunmen were about 75 feet away when they shot at a group of about 20 people in front of a residence in the 700 block of Pyramid Street just before 10 p.m. They then fled on foot, homicide Sgt. Frank Martinez said. Brisco Tyrone Black, 21, was pronounced dead at the scene, police said.
SPORTS
August 14, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Phoenix Cardinal linebacker Eric Hill was fined $3,525 and sentenced to one year's probation in a plea proceeding on a misdemeanor assault charge claiming he fondled a woman at a nightclub.
SPORTS
August 13, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Phoenix Cardinal linebacker Eric Hill was charged with misdemeanor assault for allegedly fondling a woman at a nightclub, authorities said. The charge carries a maximum penalty of six months in jail and a $2,500 fine. Hill, 25, was fined by the team and has agreed to seek counseling.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 27, 1990
After reading about "Heil Honey, I'm Home," we realize that bad taste is back in vogue. How's about America getting into the act? Like say maybe a zany half-hour entitled "All in the Manson Family"? Patricia Krenwinkle: "Say, Tex, where's Charlie?" Tex Watson: "I reckon he's out paintin' the town red--uh, so to speak." (LAUGH TRACK.) Funny, huh? JIM WALKER and ERIC HILL La Canada
SPORTS
September 26, 1987
Chino High School rolled to its third straight victory with a 35-7 romp over Garden Grove before 900 at Garden Grove High School. Chino opened the scoring in the first quarter when Dan Balabis took a punt on the Chino 25-yard line and scampered 75 yards down the sidelines for a touchdown. Joe Velarde kicked the extra point to make it 7-0, Chino. With 5:16 left in the quarter, Chino scored again when a Garden Grove fake kick failed and Chino took over on the Argonauts' 16-yard line.
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September 28, 1989
The Cal State Dominguez Hills women's soccer team tied two school records and ran its season log to 10-0 Wednesday with a 5-0 home victory over Westmont College. Goalie Chris Pezzulo recorded her ninth shutout to tie Sandra Powers' 3-year-old school mark, while Kristi White scored the game's first goal and had two assists to give her 77 career points, tying recent graduate Michele Salas' record.
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