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February 18, 1990 | DENNIS KAISER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The West Torrance High School wrestlers have a odd ritual after they win a match. They kiss Coach Kent Wyatt's gray eelskin cowboy boots for luck. After some early-round disappointments Friday in the California Interscholastic Federation 3-A wrestling tournament at Valencia High, the Warriors weren't doing much smooching. Fortunately for West, Saturday was a different story. The Warriors rebounded to finish second with 123 1/2 points to 135 1/2 for Victor Valley.
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February 22, 1990 | DENNIS KAISER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
West Torrance High School will send the largest contingent of South Bay wrestlers to the Southern Section Masters Meet at Fountain Valley High on Saturday, beginning at 9:30 a.m. West qualified six wrestlers, North Torrance two and Morningside one. The Masters Meet is the qualifying round for the state championship tournament. The top six in each weight division at the Masters will advance to the state meet March 2 and 3 at the University of the Pacific in Stockton.
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June 30, 2000 | BETTIJANE LEVINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The year was 1997. USC's graduate school of business sizzled with dot-com tales of newly minted millionaires, billionaires and idea men aiming for the millennium equal of a Vegas jackpot: a profit center in cyberspace. The school's elite entrepreneurial program was packed with student dynamos who had seen the high-tech future and were boldly leaping in.
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March 11, 2001 | RICHARD BENKE, ASSOCIATED PRESS
When Indian casino gambling started in New Mexico in the 1990s, at least one politician saw money spiraling into "a black hole," a dead star with gravity so powerful that nothing escapes its pull. Critics today claim that casino gambling is draining the economy of some New Mexico communities. But the casinos are a lucky star for the tribes--and their magnetism could help the state. Cash from gaming is helping tribes build housing, clinics, schools, roads.
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