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September 11, 1992 | TOM HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Four years and one head coaching job later, Jerry Person is getting a second chance at St. John Bosco High School. Never mind that Person is inheriting a program that has struggled to a 10-19 record the last three seasons. Or that St. John Bosco had only 42 varsity players last season. Person has been given another opportunity to be a head football coach and that's good enough for him.
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September 11, 1992 | TOM HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Four years and one head coaching job later, Jerry Person is getting a second chance at St. John Bosco High School. Never mind that Person is inheriting a program that has struggled to a 10-19 record the last three seasons. Or that St. John Bosco had only 42 varsity players last season. Person has been given another opportunity to be a head football coach and that's good enough for him.
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SPORTS
December 2, 1988 | STEVE LOWERY, Times Staff Writer
The point is that Garrett Greedy would never hurt anyone, so don't bother mentioning what he did to that coach's ribs. People are bound to bend a bit when a guy 6-feet 3-inches tall and 220 pounds, playing with a mine-field intensity, starts doing the full-body bump. The key here is he would never mean to hurt anyone. So altering the skeletal structure of Leo Hand, then the coach at Servite who was playing option quarterback during a drill, was not a premeditated act.
TRAVEL
April 8, 1990 | JERRY HULSE, TIMES TRAVEL EDITOR
With summer approaching, I have been reflecting on places I have a particular fondness for. One tempts fate, of course, when one meddles with the past--resurrecting the imagery of spent moments, reflecting on joys that surfaced spontaneously, only to pass as some rare and remembered dawn. Still, while such moments cannot be replayed, the destinations call to the heart to return.
TRAVEL
April 8, 1990 | JERRY HULSE, TIMES TRAVEL EDITOR
With summer approaching, I have been reflecting on places I have a particular fondness for. One tempts fate, of course, when one meddles with the past--resurrecting the imagery of spent moments, reflecting on joys that surfaced spontaneously, only to pass as some rare and remembered dawn. Still, while such moments cannot be replayed, the destinations call to the heart to return.
SPORTS
January 10, 1989
Three Orange County linemen have made verbal commitments to attend USC. Darren Gallaway, 6-foot 4-inch, 230-pound defensive tackle at Servite; Brian Turk, 6-4, 265-pound center at Mater Dei; and Jason Uhl, 6-4, 240-pound defensive tackle at Mater Dei, say they will sign national letters of intent with the Trojans. The first day a high school football player can sign a national letter of intent with a 4-year college is Feb. 8.
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September 10, 1988 | CHRIS FOSTER, Times Staff Writer
Tonight's season opener for the Servite High School football team will feature a battle of tailbacks. It's not the tailbacks: Russell White of Crespi, two-time Big Five player of the year, and Derek Brown of Servite. That matchup is still three weeks away. But when the Friars play Colton tonight at 7:30 at Glover Stadium, it will be Brown vs. Johnny Atlas of Colton. Both were 1,000-yard rushers in 1987. Brown rushed for 1,080 yards, caught 23 passes and scored 15 touchdowns in 1987.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 7, 1991 | JOHN PENNER
The City Council this week agreed to rename a new extension of Walnut Avenue, but backed away from a proposal to change the name of the entire street. A new section of Walnut Avenue, which runs from 1st Street to Beach Boulevard through the Waterfront development, will be called Pacific View Avenue. That name was requested by Waterfront developers, who believe it will better suit the image they hope their resort will portray.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 17, 1990 | JOHN PENNER
The city's new cultural affairs director told a group of preservationists recently that he wants to establish a new staff position devoted solely to preserving the city's past. Michael Mudd, who was named to his new post in January, also said he plans to help unite the efforts of four community groups dedicated to historic issues. Speaking before the Huntington Beach Historical Society, Mudd said city leaders are placing more emphasis on developing new buildings than restoring old ones.
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December 2, 1988 | STEVE LOWERY, Times Staff Writer
The point is that Garrett Greedy would never hurt anyone, so don't bother mentioning what he did to that coach's ribs. People are bound to bend a bit when a guy 6-feet 3-inches tall and 220 pounds, playing with a mine-field intensity, starts doing the full-body bump. The key here is he would never mean to hurt anyone. So altering the skeletal structure of Leo Hand, then the coach at Servite who was playing option quarterback during a drill, was not a premeditated act.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 16, 1991 | BILL BILLITER
Some historic remnants from Huntington Beach's 1914 pier remain in a holding pattern. A time capsule from the pier cornerstone remains unopened, despite having been unearthed more than a month ago. The cornerstone, and the time capsule cemented to it, both are under wraps in the city's Public Works Storage Yard at 17371 Gothard St.
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