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October 24, 1996 | Associated Press
Getting D-minuses in class is nothing to be proud of, but neither is losing, 55-0, to rival River Rouge. So the Inkster school district has lowered its academic standards for athletes, abandoning after only three years a policy that allowed students to play sports only if they passed six classes with a C or better. Because of the higher standards, the Inkster baseball team had to forfeit its 1993 season, and this year's football team, with only 15 eligible players, is 1-6 with two games left.
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October 24, 1996 | Associated Press
Getting D-minuses in class is nothing to be proud of, but neither is losing, 55-0, to rival River Rouge. So the Inkster school district has lowered its academic standards for athletes, abandoning after only three years a policy that allowed students to play sports only if they passed six classes with a C or better. Because of the higher standards, the Inkster baseball team had to forfeit its 1993 season, and this year's football team, with only 15 eligible players, is 1-6 with two games left.
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March 23, 2001 | LON EUBANKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The players on Fullerton College's 1960-61 state championship men's basketball team have plenty of happy memories. That's one of the reasons they gather every 10 years or so to rekindle them. "There was a special chemistry on that team, and we've stayed in touch with each other through the years," said Bill Morris, a starting guard who went on to play at USC and coach at Troy High in Fullerton. The team will hold its 40-year reunion beginning at 5 p.m. Saturday at Mazatlan restaurant in Orange.
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