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June 18, 1991 | GARY LIBMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Harvard, Princeton, Dartmouth and Brown wanted Joe Huynh in their freshman class. So did Georgetown, Duke, Northwestern, Stanford, UC Berkeley and UCLA. All in all, a pretty good year for Huynh, who was accepted at to 13 of the nation's top universities and was captain of the tennis team, dated the prom queen, earned an A-plus average and will be valedictorian at his graduation from Hoover High School in Glendale on Thursday.
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June 30, 1991
Re "Coming to America: Making the Grade," June 18: Little wonder Harvard, Princeton, Dartmouth and Brown want Joe Huynh in their freshman classes. He retains material after one reading, but certainly nothing of the teachings of the church that sponsored his family, St. Finbar--love and compassion, if you please. He manages to visit his mother once a month in a psychiatric hospital. Of course they can't communicate since he only speaks English and his mother was derelict, unlike past immigrants in our history who conquered the language in no time.
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June 30, 1991
Re "Coming to America: Making the Grade," June 18: Little wonder Harvard, Princeton, Dartmouth and Brown want Joe Huynh in their freshman classes. He retains material after one reading, but certainly nothing of the teachings of the church that sponsored his family, St. Finbar--love and compassion, if you please. He manages to visit his mother once a month in a psychiatric hospital. Of course they can't communicate since he only speaks English and his mother was derelict, unlike past immigrants in our history who conquered the language in no time.
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June 18, 1991 | GARY LIBMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Harvard, Princeton, Dartmouth and Brown wanted Joe Huynh in their freshman class. So did Georgetown, Duke, Northwestern, Stanford, UC Berkeley and UCLA. All in all, a pretty good year for Huynh, who was accepted at to 13 of the nation's top universities and was captain of the tennis team, dated the prom queen, earned an A-plus average and will be valedictorian at his graduation from Hoover High School in Glendale on Thursday.
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June 2, 1988 | SAM FARMER
With a third-place showing in the 800 meters at the Southern Section Masters meet Friday, Crescenta Valley's Morgan Bateman qualified for the state championships beginning Friday at Cerritos College. Bateman, who qualified for the second year in a row, finished in a personal-best 1:52.66, behind Eric Smith (1:52.22) of Redlands and 3-A Division champion Edgar Montes (1:52.56).
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