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April 25, 1991
The Raiders announced the signing Wednesday of free-agent defensive end Greg Mark, a former University of Miami star and a third-round draft choice of the New York Giants last year. Mark, 6 feet 3 and 260 pounds, was a first team All-American at Miami in 1989 but was released by the Giants after the final cutdown in 1990. He was signed immediately by the Miami Dolphins, who released him after five games.
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April 25, 1991
The Raiders announced the signing Wednesday of free-agent defensive end Greg Mark, a former University of Miami star and a third-round draft choice of the New York Giants last year. Mark, 6 feet 3 and 260 pounds, was a first team All-American at Miami in 1989 but was released by the Giants after the final cutdown in 1990. He was signed immediately by the Miami Dolphins, who released him after five games.
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April 10, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Greg Twiggs, Mark Carnevale and Jeff Barlow shot five-under-par 65s to share the first-round lead at the $300,000 Deposit Guaranty Golf Classic at Hattiesburg, Miss. The trio held a one-stroke edge over six players who shot 66 on the 6,280-yard Hattiesburg Country Club layout.
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October 18, 2005 | From Associated Press
Miami fired defensive line coach Greg Mark on Monday, a surprising development for a team with the nation's top-ranked defense. Mark's responsibilities will now fall to defensive coordinator Randy Shannon, Hurricane Coach Larry Coker said in a terse, short release sent out by school officials. "This is a private, in-house matter and I will have no further comment," Coker said. "We will now move forward with our preparations for the Georgia Tech game on Saturday."
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July 25, 1991 | CHRIS DUFRESNE
Defensive end Mike Wise, who left the Raiders without permission July 12, returned to practice and said he had resolved the personal problems that led to his departure. Wise, a reserve, said he became despondent over his grandfather's serious illness and could not cope with football at the time. "I'm OK now," he said. "It just took me a while to deal with the frustration. It had nothing to do with the team. But when someone close to you is dying. . . .
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May 23, 1991 | CHRIS DUFRESNE
The Raiders will conclude a three-day mini-camp for veterans today with two practices and meetings at the team's training facility in El Segundo. Participating in the workouts are more than 60 returning veterans, Plan B free agents including former San Francisco 49ers Ronnie Lott and Roger Craig, trade acquisitions and veteran free agents.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 11, 2000 | Deniene Husted, (714) 520-2508
The League of Women Voters of North Orange County will host a City Council candidates forum from 7 to 9 tonight at the Yorba Linda Library, 18181 Imperial Highway. The event will be broadcast live on the Internet and may be seen until the Nov. 7 election at http://www.webcastingtv.com. Carl Boznanski, Alan Castellano, Michael Duvall, Jim Kapko, Thomas Lindsey, Jack Parra, Greg Schmidt, Mark Schwing, John Taylor and Jim Winder are vying for three open seats.
SPORTS
March 14, 1987
Admittedly, the sport of track and field can use all the help it can get, but certainly not the kind it got from Randy Harvey's superficial account of the final day of the superb World Indoor Championships in Indianapolis. While Mr. Harvey apparently was caught up in the aftermath of the unfortunate Greg Foster-Mark McKoy collision, what was unfolding before him was a track and field milestone and one of the great pole vault competitions in history. For the first time, four men cleared 19 feet in the same competition.
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October 1, 1989 | Associated Press
When second-string quarterback Gino Torretta took the reins of the second-ranked University of Miami Hurricanes on Saturday, he had some brotherly advice ringing in his ears. "He told me, 'Always be ready to play,' " Torretta said of his older brother, Geoff, who had been in a similar position three years ago. " 'I have a funny feeling this might be your game,' " Torretta recalled his brother saying. "And he was right."
SPORTS
March 24, 1989
College of the Canyons loaded the bases with none out in each of the first two innings but failed to score and went on to lose to Cerritos, 12-4, in the second round of the Allan Hancock baseball tournament in Santa Maria on Thursday. The Cougars, who left 15 men on base Wednesday, stranded 12 against Cerritos. Randy Cooper led off with a solo home run for Canyons and Gary Morgan had two doubles. Cerritos, ranked No. 1 in the state, improved to 22-3.
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July 25, 2005 | Myrna Oliver, Times Staff Writer
Kathleen "Kathy" Reges, who helped her estranged husband, Richard Carlson, develop the Brewery in downtown Los Angeles as an art colony, has died. She was 50. Reges died Thursday at County-USC Medical Center of a heart attack, according to her companion, environmental designer Leonard Pate. He said she was hospitalized for treatment of multiple injuries resulting in cardiovascular trauma after a fall at her home at the Brewery complex.
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