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August 28, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Chris Roberts will handle play-by-play for UCLA football games. Roberts, a former play-by-play announcer for Cal State Long Beach football and basketball, has also handled Raider pregame and postgame shows. Roberts succeeds John Rebenstorf, who died Aug. 9 after open-heart surgery.
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August 28, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Chris Roberts will handle play-by-play for UCLA football games. Roberts, a former play-by-play announcer for Cal State Long Beach football and basketball, has also handled Raider pregame and postgame shows. Roberts succeeds John Rebenstorf, who died Aug. 9 after open-heart surgery.
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August 10, 1992 | LARRY STEWART
UCLA football and basketball announcer John Rebenstorf, 41, of Fullerton died of heart failure Sunday morning at Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles, less than 24 hours after having heart bypass surgery. Rebenstorf, who had a history of congenital heart problems, checked into Kaiser Hospital in Los Angeles last week after complaining of chest pains.
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August 10, 1992 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John Rebenstorf, radio voice of Cal State Fullerton athletics for 10 years and recently the voice of UCLA football and basketball, died of heart failure Sunday morning at Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles, less than 24 hours after having bypass surgery. He was 41. Rebenstorf, who had a history of congenital heart problems, checked into Los Angeles Kaiser Hospital last week after complaining of chest pains. He failed a treadmill test, and an angiogram revealed blockage in a coronary artery.
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June 23, 1991 | MIKE PENNER
At long last, on June 6, John Rebenstorf graduated from Cal State Fullerton. He was on the 10-year plan. Rebenstorf leaves with a well-rounded, if somewhat sprawling, education, his field of expertise encompassing radio communications, electrical engineering, advertising, accounting, contract negotiation, finance, business administration, public relations and self-preservation. He leaves without having paid one cent in tuition. Dues, yes--by the truckload--but tuition, no.
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August 10, 1992 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John Rebenstorf, radio voice of Cal State Fullerton athletics for 10 years and recently the voice of UCLA football and basketball, died of heart failure Sunday morning at Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles, less than 24 hours after having bypass surgery. He was 41. Rebenstorf, who had a history of congenital heart problems, checked into Los Angeles Kaiser Hospital last week after complaining of chest pains. He failed a treadmill test, and an angiogram revealed blockage in a coronary artery.
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May 17, 1991 | LARRY STEWART
A new sports talk show is coming to KMPC on June 3 with Scott St. James as the host. The station dropped "Sportsline" with Paul Olden after last baseball season. "The Scott St. James Show" will be broadcast from 4 to 8 p.m. on weekdays when there is no Angel game, with, of course, a half-hour out for Jim Healy at 5:30. On nights the Angels are home or playing a West Coast game, St. James will go off the air at 7. He will be preempted when there are East Coast games.
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February 11, 1989
Chapman College Athletic Director Walt Bowman said Friday that he has been approached by Cal State Fullerton officials about heading up the Titan Athletic Foundation. Bowman said he had an interest in the position. The foundation is a nonprofit organization that raises funds for Fullerton athletics. John Rebenstorf is interim director of the foundation. Bowman attended a Fullerton booster organization reception before the Titans' game against Nevada Las Vegas on Thursday.
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January 13, 1987
Next week's Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. basketball game between Cal State Fullerton and visiting Nevada Las Vegas, the top-ranked team in both national wire service polls, will be televised live on Channel 50 (KOCE). Game time is 7:35 p.m. Monday. UNLV (3-0, 14-0) was undefeated and ranked No. 1 in 1983 when it played Fullerton in Titan Gym and was upset, 86-78, in front of a overflow crowd of 5,015.
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August 12, 1992
Anne Mall of Laguna Niguel defeated Betsy Miringoff of La Costa, 6-4, 3-6, 6-2, in a third-round match of the U.S. Tennis Assn. girls' 18 national championship at San Jose. Mall will face Julie Steven of Wichita, Kan., in a fourth-round match today. Steven, seeded sixth, has not lost a set in her three matches. Sue Ewart of Seal Beach and defending champion Amy Fruhwirth, a graduate of Cypress High School, qualified for match play at the U.S.
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August 10, 1992 | LARRY STEWART
UCLA football and basketball announcer John Rebenstorf, 41, of Fullerton died of heart failure Sunday morning at Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles, less than 24 hours after having heart bypass surgery. Rebenstorf, who had a history of congenital heart problems, checked into Kaiser Hospital in Los Angeles last week after complaining of chest pains.
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June 23, 1991 | MIKE PENNER
At long last, on June 6, John Rebenstorf graduated from Cal State Fullerton. He was on the 10-year plan. Rebenstorf leaves with a well-rounded, if somewhat sprawling, education, his field of expertise encompassing radio communications, electrical engineering, advertising, accounting, contract negotiation, finance, business administration, public relations and self-preservation. He leaves without having paid one cent in tuition. Dues, yes--by the truckload--but tuition, no.
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August 3, 1989 | ROBYN NORWOOD
Cal State Fullerton football coach Gene Murphy has signed a three-year contract extension through the 1992 season, the school announced Wednesday. Murphy, 49, is about to begin his 10th season with Fullerton, which has finished no worse than tied for second in the Big West Conference in five of the past six seasons. Murphy signed a five-year contract following the 1984 season during which Fullerton was ranked in the top 20 by United Press International.
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