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March 19, 2001 | JOE SCHAD, ORLANDO SENTINEL
How sweet it is to have seniors. Behind three senior starters, No. 7-seeded Penn State sent No. 2-seeded North Carolina home from the NCAA tournament with an 82-74 upset in the second round of the South Regional at the Superdome. "I'm awfully proud of these three guys," said Penn State Coach Jerry Dunn, whose Nittany Lions were making to their first tournament appearance in five seasons. "We're in uncharted water as a basketball team right now. What an outstanding feeling."
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SPORTS
January 10, 2000 | MAL FLORENCE
A mystery company is hoping that British heavyweight Julius Francis gets knocked down repeatedly in his fight with Mike Tyson in Manchester, England, on Jan. 29. That's why the outfit is sponsoring the soles of Francis' shoes for 20,000 pounds (U.S. $32,000), hoping that the boxer will be prone enough times to display the strange advertisement. Frank Maloney, manager of Francis, knows the advertiser, but he won't tell.
NEWS
August 27, 1992 | FRANCES HALPERN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The political buzz words "family values" will be with us ad nauseam until ElectionDay in November. But what are families thinking about right now--values, or just how to slog through each day? As summer slips away, a lot of parents are concentrating on getting kids geared up and outfitted for school. Plenty more, however, are probably worrying about the quality of their children's education and wondering where to turn for help in improving family relationships.
SPORTS
September 7, 1995 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Bruce Parkhill, who revitalized the Penn State basketball team when it joined the Big Ten Conference, resigned unexpectedly as coach Wednesday, saying he was burned out. Parkhill, who guided the Nittany Lions to a 21-11 record last season and a third-place finish in the National Invitation Tournament, was replaced by long-time assistant Jerry Dunn. Parkhill will remain at the school as assistant athletic director. "I just haven't enjoyed coaching as much as I used to--it's that simple," he said.
BUSINESS
December 13, 2004 | Julie Tamaki, Times Staff Writer
Casual Hawaiian cuisine is going mainstream on the mainland. Cashing in on the happy memories of the Californians who pack the beaches of Maui and Oahu each winter, restaurateurs are serving up kalua pork, Hawaiian barbecue chicken and steaming bowls of saimin soup from San Francisco to San Diego.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 19, 1998 | FRANCES HALPERN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
It's such a tough business, this writing game. Creating the work, getting published and reviewed--usually while working another job and/or managing a family--demands passion and dedication. So when three authors shared their latest published efforts at a regular lunch gathering of literary toilers (where anxious complaining often occurs), the carping changed to happy talk.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 24, 1995 | FRANCES HALPERN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Too often we tend to dismiss all television news anchors as pretty faces who know how to read. Now Kelly Lange, the enduring journalist who co-anchors the KNBC news at 4 and 11 p.m., can list among her credits "Trophy Wife," a glitzy murder mystery. The book, she said, was written between midnight and 3 a.m., after her nightly broadcast.
NEWS
September 2, 1993 | FRANCES HALPERN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Labor Day weekend is upon us, a sure sign that summer has slipped away. For many literary toilers (those who have been frolicking), it also means it's time to take up the quill, activate the electric typewriter or light up the word processor. But there is no reason to be a lonely scribbler. Opportunities now abound via local writing organizations to meet colleagues, make contacts and encounter best-selling authors, screenwriters, agents and editors.
SPORTS
February 1, 2001 | From Associated Press
Titus Ivory returned from a first-half ankle sprain Wednesday night to score a career-high 27 points, including four in overtime, as Penn State upset sixth-ranked Illinois, 98-95, at State College, Pa. Penn State Coach Jerry Dunn said that he didn't expect that Ivory would be able to return, but Ivory said he had no doubt. "My teammates have a lot of confidence in me," Ivory said. "Not to be taking anything away from the Illinois guys, but one-on-one I feel I can play with anybody."
NEWS
June 1, 1992 | JACK SMITH
If you believe it possible for an expert in any field to teach you his expertise, whom would you ask? In "Tricks of the Trade," editor Jerry Dunn purports to reveal the secrets of 79 experts in skills ranging from punctuation to ice skating backward. Though a reigning operatic soprano may be able to teach a protege some tricks of her trade, I doubt that she can teach her how to sing, any more than a writer can teach you how to write. But hope springs eternal.
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