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March 11, 1994 | MIKE REILLEY
James French made all the big plays down the stretch for Cal State Fullerton on Thursday. He just wishes he could have that last one back. French scored seven points in the final 2:56, but turned the ball over with nine seconds to play as Nevada held on for a 68-64 victory in the first round of the Big West tournament at the Thomas & Mack Center. French's driving layup with 1:42 to play gave the Titans a 64-60 lead.
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January 4, 1995 | MIKE PENNER
Cal State Fullerton's basketball team has a player who is French and a player who is named French and if you want to know how to tell the difference, you only need consult the stat sheet. David Frigout--born in Lorient, France, reared in Evreux, previously schooled at Groupe Pigier University--is still trying to figure out this odd game of ours in his second season in the States. Before Tuesday night's game against UC Irvine, Frigout was shooting 52% from the field in nine starts.
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January 4, 1995 | MIKE PENNER
Cal State Fullerton's basketball team has a player who is French and a player who is named French and if you want to know how to tell the difference, you only need consult the stat sheet. David Frigout--born in Lorient, France, reared in Evreux, previously schooled at Groupe Pigier University--is still trying to figure out this odd game of ours in his second season in the States. Before Tuesday night's game against UC Irvine, Frigout was shooting 52% from the field in nine starts.
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March 11, 1994 | MIKE REILLEY
James French made all the big plays down the stretch for Cal State Fullerton on Thursday. He just wishes he could have that last one back. French scored seven points in the final 2:56, but turned the ball over with nine seconds to play as Nevada held on for a 68-64 victory in the first round of the Big West tournament at the Thomas & Mack Center. French's driving layup with 1:42 to play gave the Titans a 64-60 lead.
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May 13, 2002
Martin French has been appointed football coach at Hawthorne High, replacing James Swain. French, 39, is a former El Camino College and Inglewood High assistant. He is a graduate of Fairfax and USC.
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February 6, 1994 | MIKE REILLEY
Cal State Fullerton's basketball team finally got the close game it wanted Saturday night against San Jose State, but the Titans came up short. A 15-foot jumper by Fullerton's James French bounced off the rim with five seconds left, and the Spartans held on for an 84-82 Big West Conference victory at the Event Center. The Titans, who had lost their previous two games by 22 points to Long Beach State and by 31 points to Pacific, are 4-15 overall and 2-9 in the Big West.
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October 8, 1989
Unemployment benefits have been revoked for 12,000 New England Telephone workers in Massachusetts on strike since Aug. 6. Employment and Training Commissioner James F. French ruled the strike has had a substantial impact on the company's operations, and overturned a decision he made Sept. 13 to grant jobless benefits to the strikers.
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January 20, 1995 | LON EUBANKS
Cal State Fullerton was picked in the preseason as the worst basketball team in the Big West this year, but San Jose State clearly has been playing like it. When the two met Thursday night at the Civic Auditorium, however, it was hard to tell the difference for a while. But the Titans summoned just enough firepower in the second half to emerge with a 69-60 victory. That left the Spartans (1-13) winless in six Big West games.
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March 4, 1994 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
Long Beach State overcame a sloppy first half and a late rally by Cal State Fullerton to defeat the Titans, 96-87, Thursday at Titan Gym. Long Beach, 16-9 and 10-7 in the Big West, outscored Fullerton (7-18, 5-12), 13-2, in a little less than two minutes midway through the second half to lead, 70-56, with 9:10 remaining. Sophomore Juaquin Hawkins gave the 49ers a big boost, scoring seven points during the run.
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November 18, 1994 | LON EUBANKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Winston Peterson, Cal State Fullerton's top returning player, sat out the Titans' exhibition game Thursday night against the Blue and Gold Fleet for disciplinary reasons. Peterson, a 15-point scorer last year, was suspended for the one game by Coach Bob Hawking, who declined further comment. Reserve guard Danny Robinson, also a senior, was not suited up and is ineligible until at least Dec. 17 because of academic problems last spring.
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December 24, 1993 | SCOTT MILLER
You could track Cal State Fullerton around Colorado this week by following the Titans' trail of missed shots. Fullerton shot only 37.7% against Colorado State on Thursday, lost, 87-70, before 4,793 and headed home wondering what it will take to shoot straight again. "Our shooting was pathetic," Coach Brad Holland said. "Part of the reason was their defense and part of the reason was we made some bad decisions." Among those lately, it seems, is shooting at any point in the game.
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December 11, 1993 | SCOTT MILLER
In three games this season, Cal State Fullerton has been uneven. Which explains why the Titans found themselves with the ball, down by three, attempting to complete a wild comeback with 1:25 to play at St. Mary's College on Friday night. It also explains guard Danny Robinson, racing across midcourt, getting tangled in a Gael trap and losing the basketball out of bounds, effectively sealing St. Mary's 78-75 victory before 2,192. "We're getting there, but it's real early," guard James French said.
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