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June 25, 1992 | HOWARD BLUME, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Lynwood High teacher who says he followed God's instructions when he proposed to a 16-year-old student may lose his job over the incident. The school board went into closed session Tuesday night to review results of an internal investigation of the marriage proposal by speech teacher Jerry Chambers. Although the board took no official action, district sources confirmed that dismissal proceedings against Chambers were almost a certainty.
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June 28, 1992 | HOWARD BLUME, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Lynwood High School teacher from Westminster who says he followed God's instructions when he proposed to a 16-year-old student could lose his job over the incident. The school board went into closed session Tuesday night to review results of an internal investigation of the marriage proposal by speech teacher Jerry Chambers. Although the board took no official action, district sources confirmed that dismissal proceedings against Chambers were almost a certainty.
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June 28, 1992 | HOWARD BLUME, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Lynwood High School teacher from Westminster who says he followed God's instructions when he proposed to a 16-year-old student could lose his job over the incident. The school board went into closed session Tuesday night to review results of an internal investigation of the marriage proposal by speech teacher Jerry Chambers. Although the board took no official action, district sources confirmed that dismissal proceedings against Chambers were almost a certainty.
NEWS
June 25, 1992 | HOWARD BLUME, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Lynwood High teacher who says he followed God's instructions when he proposed to a 16-year-old student may lose his job over the incident. The school board went into closed session Tuesday night to review results of an internal investigation of the marriage proposal by speech teacher Jerry Chambers. Although the board took no official action, district sources confirmed that dismissal proceedings against Chambers were almost a certainty.
SPORTS
March 23, 2000
Only men's NCAA basketball tournament outstanding players on teams not winning titles (1939-1999): 1. 1983 Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston 2. 1966 Jerry Chambers, Utah 3. 1965 Bill Bradley, Princeton 4. 1963 Art Heyman, Duke 5. 1961 Jerry Lucas, Ohio St. 6. 1959 Jerry West, West Virginia 7. 1958 Elgin Baylor, Seattle 8. 1957 Wilt Chamberlain, Kansas 9. 1956 Hal Lear, Temple 10. 1953 B.H. Born, Kansas 11. 1939 Jimmy Hull, Ohio St.
SPORTS
March 29, 2008 | From the Associated Press
DETROIT -- On the red trim at the bottom of his shoes, Stephen Curry has written in black marker, "I can do all things." Yes he can. And because of him, Davidson is marching on. Curry scored more than 30 points for a third consecutive game and the 10th-seeded Wildcats pulled off another stunner Friday night, rolling over third-seeded Wisconsin, 73-56, to advance to the finals of the Midwest Regional.
SPORTS
July 5, 1999 | EARL GUSTKEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A big news story broke 31 years ago today. Ralph Bernstein, a veteran AP sportswriter in Philadelphia, filed a late-night story that reported the Philadelphia 76ers had traded 7-foot-1 center Wilt Chamberlain to the Lakers. Bernstein cited "unimpeachable sources." In Los Angeles, the media couldn't find Laker owner Jack Kent Cooke or General Manager Fred Schaus. They were "out of town," a Laker spokesman said.
SPORTS
February 28, 1996
A chronological list of some blockbuster trades in the history of Los Angeles sports: * June 13, 1952--The Dallas Texans trade the selection rights to Les Richter to the Los Angeles Rams for Dick Hoerner, Tom Keane, George Sims, Joe Reid, Billy Baggett, Jack Halliday, Dick McKissack, Vic Vasicek, Richard Wilkins, Aubrey Phillips and Dave Anderson.
SPORTS
July 9, 1997 | MIKE PENNER
Willie Mays, you're no Ty Cobb. So contends Shirley Povich, the venerable Washington Post sportswriter who is old enough to have seen both players at their athletic peak--and claims there's no comparison between the two. "My colleagues at the Baseball Writers Association of America have chosen their All-Time All-Star team," Povich writes. "In most cases they are most perceptive and correct and in some cases they are nuts.
SPORTS
March 30, 1999
West Regional, first round Connecticut 91, Texas San Antonio 66 28 points, 4 rebounds Hamilton made 12 of 22 shots, including two three-point baskets, against the outmanned 16th-seeded team in the West. * * West Regional, second round Connecticut 78, New Mexico 56 21 points, 5 rebounds Hamilton made seven of 18 shots, including a three-point basket during a game-opening 17-0 run by the Huskies.
SPORTS
April 8, 2003
Players are from winning team except for those noted with an asterisk.
SPORTS
March 26, 1993 | SHAV GLICK
Bill Keightley, Kentucky's equipment manager of 31 years, told the Charlotte Observer of an encounter former coach Adolph Rupp had with George Conley, a Southeastern Conference referee. Conley, a Kentucky state senator, angered Rupp when he refused to call traveling against the Wildcats' opponent. During a timeout, Rupp approached the official. "Senator, I have always respected you and, had you been in my district, I would have voted for you," Rupp said.
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