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October 12, 1989 | From Associated Press
Police have arrested a 16-year-old on charges of planting two bombs that exploded at his high school on consecutive days. Anonymous tips led officers Tuesday night to the home of the boy, whose name was withheld, Detective Kevin Smith said. Police searched his home but would not say what they found and gave no motive for the bombings. Bombs exploded Monday and Tuesday at Anderson High School, causing no injuries.
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October 12, 1989 | From Associated Press
Police have arrested a 16-year-old on charges of planting two bombs that exploded at his high school on consecutive days. Anonymous tips led officers Tuesday night to the home of the boy, whose name was withheld, Detective Kevin Smith said. Police searched his home but would not say what they found and gave no motive for the bombings. Bombs exploded Monday and Tuesday at Anderson High School, causing no injuries.
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November 25, 2008 | Lance Pugmire, STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS
General Motors Corp., looking to cut costs as the U.S. auto industry fights for survival, is pulling out of its endorsement deal with Tiger Woods with one year left on the contract. General Motors officials said Monday the world's No. 1 golfer also wanted more time for himself, especially with a second child on the way. "Timing is everything," said Larry Peck, golf marketing manager for Buick. "We've had such a great partnership with Tiger. It's hard for us to walk away from that.
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January 31, 1987
Former New York Jet receiver Don Maynard, named this week to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, was an adventurous Texan who thrived on challenges, on and off the field. Ira Berkow of the New York Times recalled a time the Jets were in Oakland for a game with the Raiders. During a midnight swim in the motel pool, some players bet Maynard he wouldn't jump off the high board fully clothed. Maynard did, and collected $50. "You going to fine him?"
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August 12, 1993 | BRIAN SINGER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES; Brian Singer of Fullerton Union High School is a regular contributor to High Life
When the new Aliso Niguel High School opens next month, its 1,500 students will be surrounded by communications technology worthy of a "Star Trek" mission. At the fingertips of students and teachers will be fiber-optics-based information retrieval systems that will be the most sophisticated of any school in the state. Each classroom in the $25-million school will have computer terminals connected to a central media center.
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March 19, 1995 | JIM O'CONNELL, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Twenty years ago, John Wooden left his profession on top. That Monday night in San Diego, he walked away with his 10th national championship in 12 years. Twenty years later, John Wooden is still considered a voice in his profession and his record at UCLA stands unapproached. He still goes to games at Pauley Pavilion, signing autographs and keeping alive the hopes of a program trying to return to its glorious past.
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