November 19, 1989 |
Washington's Huskies overcame three intercepted passes and a lost fumble by quarterback Cary Conklin to beat Washington State, 20-9, Saturday in their annual Apple Cup rivalry to earn a trip to the Freedom Bowl. After the game, jubilant Washington students overwhelmed security police and tore down the goal post on the west end of Husky Stadium and threw it in nearby Lake Washington. Police sprayed tear gas on several students and scuffled and wrestled with others on the field.
November 21, 1990 |
Notre Dame's Raghib (Rocket) Ismail, Colorado's Eric Bieniemy and Brigham Young's Ty Detmer head the list of college football players named to the 1990 Walter Camp All-America team. Ismail, who has gained 1,537 yards in 10 games this fall, is one of four Fighting Irish players named to the squad. The others are defensive lineman Chris Zorich, linebacker Mike Stonebreaker and defensive back Todd Lyght.
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December 5, 2003 |
A plane that took off from Mojave Airport crashed in the desert Thursday, killing a retired Air Force test pilot and his student, a South Korean military pilot. Passengers aboard a training flight from the National Test Pilot School, flying out of nearby Fox Field, spotted the downed twin-engine plane in an unpopulated part of Kern County, about 10 miles northwest of Lancaster, shortly after 12:19 p.m., said Donn Walker, a spokesman for the Federal Aviation Administration in Los Angeles.
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January 16, 1994
A few days ago, Barbara Paull was driving with her best friend, Stephanie Tourikian, and as they were crossing the intersection of Corbin Avenue and Roscoe Boulevard in Northridge, another car broadsided their car, killing both instantly. The driver, who has been charged with drunk driving, survived the accident. Barbara Paull was a neighbor of mine, someone I've known since she was a little girl toddling around with my kids on our front lawn. Through the years I watched Barbara mature into a young lady.
November 18, 1990 |
Washington Coach Don James feared the Huskies might lose their edge as police searched Martin Stadium for explosives before the game. He needn't have fretted. Quarterback Mark Brunell and tailback Beno Bryant led No. 10 Washington to a 55-10 rout of Washington State in a Pacific 10 game Saturday that started a half hour late because of the scare. "We tried not to let them burn off nervous energy," James said. "It was just a matter of getting the problem solved."
June 2, 1994 |
Brentwood 14 1/3, Pasadena Poly 6 2/3--In a key victory, Brentwood's No. 2 doubles team of Greg Lewis and Kevin Pivnick upset Poly's No. 1 doubles team of Jason Tan and David Newhall, 6-3, to clinch the Division III title for Brentwood (19-3) at the Riviera Country Club. Keith Sarkisian, Brentwood's first-year coach, wasn't surprised at Lewis and Pivnick's clutch play, saying: "When Greg plays well, he plays very well, and even when Kevin plays bad, he plays well."
May 22, 1985 |
When a program note asks you not to divulge the ending of a play, you can be fairly certain that what you'll see relates to the theater in the way that an O. Henry short story relates to literature. When it comes to details, all good plays that enjoy long lives have no secrets. It's their deeper implications that keep them alive. The ending of Nicholas Kazan's "Blood Moon" at the Odyssey is indeed gruesome enough that mention of it here might be sufficient to turn your stomach.
October 29, 2005 |
Pro Bowl cornerback Lito Sheppard could miss the Philadelphia Eagles' game at Denver after injuring his knee in practice. Sheppard was hurt when he collided with wide receiver Greg Lewis on Thursday. Sheppard didn't practice Friday and is listed as questionable for the game Sunday. If Sheppard can't play, nickel back Rod Hood will start in his place. * Raider safety Derrick Gibson was put on injured reserve Friday, five days after dislocating his left wrist.
February 1, 1992 |
Shouting "Let Us In!" about 200 University of California students Friday marched on the school's undergraduate library, forcing its temporary closure, in a protest over a 24% systemwide fee hike. The students had hoped to hold a rally inside the Moffitt Undergraduate Library in protest of Gov. Pete Wilson's proposed cuts in education and the UC Board of Regents' approval of a $550, or 24%, annual fee increase for 1992-93.
November 18, 1989 |
El Modena may have been the best .300 team in the Southern Section playoffs, where 12 teams with sub-.500 records had berths. Expectations from a 3-6-1 team aside, El Modena looked better than its record against the Paramount Pirates, but that was not enough for the Vangards, who dropped a 13-3 first-round game Friday night in front of 3,500. Paramount, the defending division CIF champion, finished first in the San Gabriel League and was ranked 13th in the Times' poll.