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October 2, 1991 | Staff and Wire Reports
An autopsy revealed that Texas A&M football player James Glenn, who collapsed and died before a practice in College Station, Tex., last week, had an enlarged heart. Glenn's cardiologist said his death was probably caused by an irregular heartbeat. . . . Jamal Farmer, a junior running back from Granada Hills High, has quit the University of Hawaii football team, citing differences with the coaching staff.
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October 2, 1991 | Staff and Wire Reports
An autopsy revealed that Texas A&M football player James Glenn, who collapsed and died before a practice in College Station, Tex., last week, had an enlarged heart. Glenn's cardiologist said his death was probably caused by an irregular heartbeat. . . . Jamal Farmer, a junior running back from Granada Hills High, has quit the University of Hawaii football team, citing differences with the coaching staff.
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September 27, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
An autopsy on the body of Texas A&M kicker James Glenn, who died suddenly on the field, did not immediately disclose a cause of death. Glenn, 19, a freshman walk-on player from League City, Tex., was "just loosening up," according to teammates, at about 3:45 p.m. Wednesday before the Aggies' practice when he collapsed on the field. He was pronounced dead at a hospital 35 minutes later.
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September 27, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
An autopsy on the body of Texas A&M kicker James Glenn, who died suddenly on the field, did not immediately disclose a cause of death. Glenn, 19, a freshman walk-on player from League City, Tex., was "just loosening up," according to teammates, at about 3:45 p.m. Wednesday before the Aggies' practice when he collapsed on the field. He was pronounced dead at a hospital 35 minutes later.
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September 26, 1991 | From Associated Press
James Glenn, a freshman kicker for Texas A&M, collapsed before practice Wednesday and died later at a College Station hospital, school officials said. Glenn, 19, a walk-on from Clear Creek High in League City, was pronounced dead at 4:20 p.m., CDT, at Humana Hospital-Brazos Valley, said Alan Cannon, Texas A&M sports information director.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 31, 1985 | SHIRISH DATE, Times Staff Writer
Domestic disputes in Orange County cities resulted in three unrelated arrests for attempted murder Monday. Richard E. Knisley, 30, was arrested Monday night on suspicion of stabbing his mother, Betty Anne Knisley, 51, in the eyes, chest and stomach and attempting to strangle her in their Santa Ana home. She remains in critical condition at Fountain Valley Community Hospital. Knisley was booked at Orange County Jail in Santa Ana and is being held on $250,000 bond.
NEWS
January 2, 1997
A typical Monday night? Yeah, if you consider zoot suits and snoods the usual stuff to wear out on the town. The fun is at Birraporetti's, an Irish bar and Italian restaurant at South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa. Once a week, the place is packed with swinging, jitterbugging, fox-trotting, Lindy-hopping hopefuls, waiting for their spin on the parquet dance floor. As the 13-piece Don Miller Orchestra whips up the tempo, couples take turns showing off their spins, kicks and fancy footsteps.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 1, 1991 | BETH KLEID, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
The Very Best: An impressive array of stars, producers, directors and writers cared enough to attend the very best of salutes to the first 40 years of the "Hallmark Hall of Fame" Friday night at UCLA. James Stewart, Glenn Close, James Garner, James Woods, Richard Thomas, Ellen Burstyn, Roddy McDowall and Piper Laurie were among the big names that watched clips from award-winning Hallmark productions and saw stars perform live excerpts from past shows.
SPORTS
July 18, 2004 | BOB MIESZERSKI
Showing no signs of slowing down at age 11, Ganster will try for his 24th lifetime victory in tonight's seventh, an $8,000 claimer at 350 yards. A California-bred son of Chicks Beduino, Ganster, a gray gelding, has won two in a row and was re-claimed by owner-trainer Paul Jones for $5,000 out of his latest victory on June 19.
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August 14, 2003 | BOB MIESZERSKI
Players will have a healthy pick six carry-over to shoot for as another week of racing begins under the lights. Thanks to surprises by Equals Six ($44.60), El Aguilio ($18.80) and Lucky Colours ($21.60) on Sunday night, there is a carry-over of $26,722 awaiting this evening. A horse who merits a lot of attention in the sequence is Catscape.
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September 26, 1991 | From Associated Press
James Glenn, a freshman kicker for Texas A&M, collapsed before practice Wednesday and died later at a College Station hospital, school officials said. Glenn, 19, a walk-on from Clear Creek High in League City, was pronounced dead at 4:20 p.m., CDT, at Humana Hospital-Brazos Valley, said Alan Cannon, Texas A&M sports information director.
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May 17, 1987 | JOHN ORTEGA
Quincy Watts usually approaches races with a single goal--to win. The Taft High junior was forced to alter his thinking, however, for Saturday's Pepsi Invitational at UCLA. It's not every day that a 16-year-old competes against some of the top sprinters in the country--sprinters like Olympian Harvey Glance and Mark Witherspoon, who have run 10.05 and 10.13 in the 100 meters. "I didn't expect to take anything," Watts admitted. "I didn't expect to finish in the top five.
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September 29, 1991 | From Associated Press
Baylor is off to its best start in 11 years, and quarterback J.J. Joe is one of the primary reasons for the success. Joe passed for two touchdowns and ran for another Saturday at Dallas as the undefeated and 12th-ranked Bears opened their Southwest Conference schedule with a 45-7 victory over winless Southern Methodist. "I thought J.J. played pretty good, but it's not up to where I think he will eventually be," Baylor Coach Grant Teaff said.
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