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February 28, 1999 | DIANE PUCIN
Jackie Tobian-Steinmann has swum in the Aquacades and drawn pictures of the insides of human beings for textbooks. She has cooked gourmet meals and been a certified ski instructor. Tobian-Steinmann has been a wife and a mother, then a divorcee and a single mother. She has been rich and poor, lived in a trailer on the beach at Santa Monica with her parents and also taken summer vacations at her dad's cottage on a lake. And that was just in the first 50 years.
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February 28, 1999 | DIANE PUCIN
Jackie Tobian-Steinmann has swum in the Aquacades and drawn pictures of the insides of human beings for textbooks. She has cooked gourmet meals and been a certified ski instructor. Tobian-Steinmann has been a wife and a mother, then a divorcee and a single mother. She has been rich and poor, lived in a trailer on the beach at Santa Monica with her parents and also taken summer vacations at her dad's cottage on a lake. And that was just in the first 50 years.
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June 3, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
UCLA women's golf Coach Jackie Tobian-Steinmann has been selected to coach the U.S. women's team in the U.S.-Japan Collegiate Championships June 10-12 in Fukushima, Japan.
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May 26, 1991 | From Associated Press
UCLA's LaRee Sugg made a mistake but made San Jose State pay for it. Sugg was assessed a two-stroke penalty for teeing off in front of the 13th-hole tee markers, but redeemed herself with playoff birdie to give UCLA the team title Saturday at the NCAA women's golf championship at Ohio State's Scarlet Course. San Jose State's Pat Hurst called the penalty, which also required replaying the 170-yard, par-three hole. "I was really mad after that, but not at Pat," she said.
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May 5, 1991 | MAL FLORENCE
It was a typical scene: Four golfers standing at a tee on the Harding course at Griffith Park shouting at the foursome ahead to play faster. Their entreaties went unheeded. So the frustrated foursome walked off the course with four holes to play. They were prepared for a four-hour round, but not five hours or longer.
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August 12, 1993 | GARY KLEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Debbi Koyama sees the end as a new beginning. Koyama is playing this week in the U.S. Women's Amateur golf championship at San Diego Diego Country Club in Chula Vista, the final tournament of Koyama's successful amateur career. Later this month, Koyama will attend the LPGA qualifying school in Florida, where she hopes to take the first step toward earning her tour card and beginning her professional career. Thereafter, she hopes to play for pay.
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August 5, 1993 | GARY KLEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Debbi Koyama sees the end as a beginning. Beginning on Monday, Koyama will play in the U.S. Women's Amateur golf championship at San Diego, the final tournament of Koyama's successful amateur career. Later this month, Koyama will attend the LPGA qualifying school in Florida, where she hopes to take the first step toward earning a tour card and beginning a professional career. Koyama, a 25-year-old Monrovia resident, has already proven that she can compete with the pros.
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August 11, 1998 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The NBA sent out a signal Monday that the lockout could last for months, announcing that season-ticket payments will be refunded with interest if the dispute forces the cancellation of games. "Regrettably, after last week's negotiating session there seems to be a greater likelihood that the season may not start on time," Deputy Commissioner Russ Granik said in a news release announcing the refund policy.
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May 11, 1999 | SCOTT MOE
UCLA's 20th-place finish at the NCAA West Regional women's golf tournament last weekend at Houston ended the Bruins' season. It also ended the 22-year Hall-of-Fame career of Coach Jackie Tobian-Steinmann. Tobian-Steinmann led the Bruins to 43 tournament victories and a national championship in 1991. She was the National Golf Coaches Assn. coach of the year in 1996 and LPGA coach of the year in 1989. But, she admits, she is ready for a change.
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May 6, 1991 | MAL FLORENCE
It was a typical scene: Four golfers standing at a tee on the Harding course at Griffith Park shouting at the foursome ahead to play faster. Their entreaties went unheeded. So the frustrated foursome walked off the course with four holes to play. They were prepared for a four-hour round, but not five hours or longer.
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May 13, 1993 | ALAN OTA
Elizabeth Bowman could always smack a ball off the tee. The UCLA senior won a long-drive competition in Japan last fall with a 250-yard drive. "And I used to hit longer when I was younger since I had no real concern whatsoever for keeping the ball on the fairway," Bowman said. It was the short game that prevented Bowman from scoring well. "I'd like to think that I'm in the refining mode," said Bowman, who will lead the Bruin women in the NCAA West Regional starting today at Tucson.
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