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November 8, 1987
Joe Schwartz scored three goals to lead United States International University to a 10-1 exhibition hockey victory over Arizona Saturday at the San Diego Ice Arena. The victory gives USIU a four-game sweep of Arizona, which is not an NCAA-sanctioned team. The Gulls open the regular season at Alaska-Anchorage Nov. 13.
April 11, 1986
SAN DIEGO--United States International University hockey coach Brad Buetow announced Thursday the signings of two Minnesota high school hockey standouts, two former minor league players and four junior transfers. Mark Osicki from Burnsville (Minn.) High School was an all-state player last season and twice played on state championship teams. The other freshman, Shjon Podein, is an all-conference center from Rochester, Minn.
January 14, 1999 | WASHINGTON POST
As this century winds down, a flurry of recent high-profile sales provides a gauge for measuring interest in an icon of midcentury design: the Marshmallow sofa. The Marshmallow was designed by Irving Harper of George Nelson Associates and introduced in 1956 by the Herman Miller Furniture Co. On Dec.
February 18, 1988 | CHRIS DE LUCA
Matt Lundgren calls it being in the right place at the right time. This last time, that simple description will be allowed. Lundgren happened to be in front of a puck that skipped off the shoulder of teammate Jim Hau. Lundgren's only move was to slap the puck 10 feet in front of him, past Mike Carr in goal with 3:49 left, to lift United States International University to a 3-2 hockey victory over the University of Alaska Fairbanks at the San Diego Ice Arena Wednesday night.
January 31, 1988
Brent Mowery scored two goals just seven seconds apart midway through the second period Saturday night to snap a 2-2 tie, and United States International University went on to a 7-2 victory over St. Mary's College of Minnesota in a nonconference ice hockey game at the San Diego Ice Arena. Joe Schwartz and Blake Jurgens each scored twice for USIU (15-11), which scored three times in the third period to put the game away. St. Mary's fell to 11-6-1.
Officials of McDonald Investment Co. Inc. of Birmingham, Ala. began eyeing Ventura County in June. In particular they liked the business opportunities they saw in the local radio market. It didn't take long for them to act on their feelings. In August, the company purchased Ventura news station KVEN-AM (1450) and its sister country music station KHAY-FM (101). And earlier this month, McDonald Investment announced an agreement to buy KBBY-FM (95.1).
August 10, 1997 | DANA PARSONS
When I was a kid, some of my favorite people were the deejays who lived inside my tiny transistor radio and brought wit and sparkle and, of course, those great Top 40 records into my ho-hum life. How could it be that they always said the cool thing? And the funny thing? And how to repay them for playing the music that moved me so? Well, that was long ago. You could say I've had many format changes since then.
Two local radio stations that have been Ventura County institutions for decades--KVEN-AM and KHAY-FM--have been sold to a company from Alabama for more than $12 million. The new owners promise that the folksy blend of local programming, from on-air garage sales to trivia contests, will remain unchanged. After 30 years of managing and owning the stations, Robert L. Fox and David Loe said the decision to sell was agonizing.
December 19, 2004 | MARK EDWARD HARRIS
Joe Schwartz believes we can all live in harmony, and he's been making his point with a camera for nearly 70 years. "Gettin' Along," a traveling show organized by Curatorial Assistance Traveling Exhibitions in Pasadena, displays photos by Schwartz of racially integrated communities and scenes during the '30s and '40s. It visited the South this summer and heads to Indiana next year. A Brooklyn native who spent some of his boyhood in L.A.'s Highland Park neighborhood, Schwartz hitched back to L.A.
September 8, 2009 | Ken Bensinger
As the chief executive of TRW Automotive Holdings Corp., John Plant received the company's generous healthcare benefits last year, as well as special "executive medical" coverage worth an additional $38,272. When he eventually leaves the Michigan parts maker, Plant and his wife will be entitled to healthcare for life. TRW values that coverage at $1.4 million. That's enough, it said in public filings, to provide him the same level of care he would have received under the National Health System in his native England.
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