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April 29, 1999 | From Associated Press
A 14-year-old boy walked into a Canadian high school Wednesday and shot two 17-year-olds, killing one, police said. A suspect was taken into custody at W.R. Myers High School by a police officer who works at the school. Police declined to release any other details. The wounded teenager underwent surgery, said Mark Gregory, a spokesman for Lethbridge Regional Hospital.
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April 29, 1999 | From Associated Press
A 14-year-old boy walked into a Canadian high school Wednesday and shot two 17-year-olds, killing one, police said. A suspect was taken into custody at W.R. Myers High School by a police officer who works at the school. Police declined to release any other details. The wounded teenager underwent surgery, said Mark Gregory, a spokesman for Lethbridge Regional Hospital.
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February 22, 1990 | GARY KLEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
For a guy who always seems prepared to scale athletic and academic hurdles with equal ease, Ross Allan certainly lacked knowledge about trends in high school sports when he entered La Canada High as a freshman four years ago. Allan was under the mistaken impression that participating in a variety of sports was the norm for most athletes. Specialization? That was something to ponder after he finished a few years of medical school.
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May 19, 1995 | VINCE KOWALICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Seems like everyone wants to swing a bat against Lindsay Parker--classmates, sportswriters, even movie stars. Few manage to make contact with one of Parker's sizzling pitches. But Parker, a senior at La Canada High, enjoys and even encourages the competition--despite her father's displeasure. "It's probably not a good idea," said Tom Parker, who doubles as La Canada's coach. "We tend to shy away from that kind of thing."
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May 19, 1995 | VINCE KOWALICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Seems like everyone wants to swing a bat against Lindsay Parker--classmates, sportswriters, even movie stars. Few manage to make contact with one of Parker's sizzling pitches. But Parker, a senior at La Canada High, enjoys and even encourages the competition--despite her father's displeasure. "It's probably not a good idea," said Tom Parker, who doubles as La Canada's coach. "We tend to shy away from that kind of thing."
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June 30, 1987 | JULIE CART, Times Staff Writer
Bob Probert, 22, plays left wing for the Detroit Red Wings. He's one of his team's toughest enforcers and has a reputation for being aggressive. He has been arrested three times since April for impaired driving. He has been convicted of assaulting a police officer in a bar. He smashed his $20,000 car into a utility pole. He has been thrown out of an alcohol rehabilitation center, where the director said: "He's just loafing, going through the motions."
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February 22, 1990 | GARY KLEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
For a guy who always seems prepared to scale athletic and academic hurdles with equal ease, Ross Allan certainly lacked knowledge about trends in high school sports when he entered La Canada High as a freshman four years ago. Allan was under the mistaken impression that participating in a variety of sports was the norm for most athletes. Specialization? That was something to ponder after he finished a few years of medical school.
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