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March 23, 2001 | ZAN STEWART, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When pianist Joel Scott plays, he feels the music and moves with it. His head bobs up and down and turns side to side, his shoulders hunch this way and then that, his feet pat and he's almost always smiling. Watching him can be as intriguing as listening to the spirited notes he issues. Scott has been in demand in the worlds of both jazz and pop for 20 years.
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March 23, 2001 | ZAN STEWART, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When pianist Joel Scott plays, he feels the music and moves with it. His head bobs up and down and turns side to side, his shoulders hunch this way and then that, his feet pat and he's almost always smiling. Watching him can be as intriguing as listening to the spirited notes he issues. Scott has been in demand in the worlds of both jazz and pop for 20 years.
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May 11, 1993 | From Associated Press
American super-heavyweight Joel Scott stopped Miroslav Gawonciak of Slovakia during the second round at the World Amateur Boxing Championships in Tampere, Finland. American light-flyweight Albert Guardado beat Mohamed Haioun of Algeria, 11-1.
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May 11, 1993 | From Associated Press
American super-heavyweight Joel Scott stopped Miroslav Gawonciak of Slovakia during the second round at the World Amateur Boxing Championships in Tampere, Finland. American light-flyweight Albert Guardado beat Mohamed Haioun of Algeria, 11-1.
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May 13, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Super-heavyweight Joel Scott, lightweight Larry Nicholson and light-flyweight Albert Guardado, all of the United States, moved into the semifinals of the World Amateur Boxing Championships at Tampere, Finland.
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April 9, 1989
Junior tailback Scott Lockwood rushed for 92 yards in 10 carries, including a 56-yard touchdown run Saturday in a USC spring football scrimmage at the Coliseum. Pat O'Hara and Todd Marinovich, battling to replace Rodney Peete, alternated at quarterback. O'Hara, a junior, completed 11 of 28 passes for 140 yards, including a 51-yard touchdown play to Joel Scott, and had one interception. Marinovich, a redshirt freshman, was 13 of 24 for 139 yards with no touchdowns or interceptions.
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November 5, 1989 | Associated Press
Todd Marinovich threw for three first-half touchdowns as ninth-ranked USC rolled to a 48-6 victory over Oregon State on Saturday and took clear command of the Pacific 10 title race. The win put the Trojans at 7-2 overall and 5-0 in the conference as they contend for their third consecutive Rose Bowl berth. No other Pac-10 team has fewer than two conference losses. Oregon State, beaten by Southern Cal for the 18th consecutive time, came into the game third with a 3-1-1 mark.
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September 12, 1990 | JERRY CROWE
It took Todd Marinovich only one visit to New York, the nation's media capital, to decide that he doesn't want to answer any more questions about his chances of winning the Heisman Trophy or speculation that he will leave school early to enter the NFL draft.
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December 4, 2000
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August 19, 1990 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
DeChon Burns, projected as a starter at cornerback for the USC football team, suffered a possibly serious neck injury last Thursday in practice, Trojan Coach Larry Smith said Saturday. Burns, a sophomore from Rubidoux High in Riverside, was injured after being hit by reserve fullback Ed Chavez, who knocked Burns into the air and onto his back. As Burns landed, his head snapped back. "His head whiplashed off the ground," Smith said.
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