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September 14, 1989 | BARBIE LUDOVISE, Times Staff Writer
Despite the fact he works out seven hours a day, maintains a 3.4 grade-point average and earns about $30,000 a year in commercial real estate, UC Irvine water polo player John Redd says there is a part of him that rebels against his no-nonsense demeanor. But just try finding it. When it comes to silliness, Redd is a long way from Pee-wee Herman. At 22, he has a work ethic that belies his youth. When he says, "I just try to be the best I can be," you know it's not an empty slogan.
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September 14, 1989 | BARBIE LUDOVISE, Times Staff Writer
Despite the fact he works out seven hours a day, maintains a 3.4 grade-point average and earns about $30,000 a year in commercial real estate, UC Irvine water polo player John Redd says there is a part of him that rebels against his no-nonsense demeanor. But just try finding it. When it comes to silliness, Redd is a long way from Pee-wee Herman. At 22, he has a work ethic that belies his youth. When he says, "I just try to be the best I can be," you know it's not an empty slogan.
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SPORTS
October 30, 1989
Steve George scored a second-half goal to give Cal State Fullerton a 1-0 victory over UC Irvine in a Big West Conference men's soccer match Sunday at Irvine. George's goal came on a penalty shot with a little less than three minutes left. Fullerton improves to 11-6-1 overall and 5-2-1 in the conference. Irvine is 3-13-1, 1-8.
SPORTS
November 26, 1989
Senior Tom Warde scored five goals to lead UC Irvine's water polo team to an 8-7 victory over No. 3 ranked Stanford Saturday to advance to the championship game of the NCAA tournament in Indianapolis. The Anteaters (26-6) will play top-ranked California tonight for the title. The Bears defeated Pepperdine, 10-9, in their semifinal game, Irvine took a 2-0 lead, on goals by sophomore Skylar Putman and freshman Pablo Yrizar.
SPORTS
September 30, 1987
The UC Irvine water polo team, ranked third in the nation, geared up for a big weekend against Stanford (No. 1) and California (No. 2) by easily defeating Cal State Los Angeles, 16-2, in a nonconference match at Heritage Park in Irvine. Junior Kevin Wood led the Anteaters (5-2) with five goals and senior Mike Doting added three. Juniors Tony Bell and John Redd each had two.
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October 24, 1986
Six players scored two goals each to help UC Irvine to a 13-5 win over Air Force in a nonconference water polo match Thursday in Heritage Park at Irvine. UCI, ranked No. 7 in the nation, got two goals each from Tom Warde, Dan Smoot, Mike Halphide, John Redd, Kevin Wood and Julian Harvey. UCI (9-8) plays at UC Santa Barbara in a Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. game at noon Saturday. Air Force is 3-11.
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May 29, 1988 | Sheryl Stolberg
The 13-foot great white shark snagged by a San Pedro fisherman two weeks ago has finally found a home. At least, its jaws have. John Redd purchased the shark's head as a birthday gift for his wife, Sharon, a collector of shark jaws. The $500 sale brought a sigh of relief to Galletti Bros. Seafoods on Terminal Island, where manager Dino Lauro spent a week trying to get rid of the shark on behalf of the fisherman who caught it.
SPORTS
November 19, 1989
UC Irvine, ranked No. 2 in the nation, stopped a UC Santa Barbara rally to win its final Big West Conference water polo match of the season, 13-11, Saturday at Goleta, Calif. Down 10-4 in the third quarter, Santa Barbara (10-18, 3-7) scored three consecutive goals to tie the match, 10-10. The Anteaters' Dan Smoot, who led all scorers with six goals, then scored two consecutive goals, the last with 4:15 remaining. Seconds later Santa Barbara's Brian Ballard scored to make it 12-11.
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October 9, 1995 | JACK SMITH
My complaints about our new dog, Lili, who seems to be a miniature Doberman, have brought much sympathy from others similarly distressed and much advice. You may remember that Lili, a very high-spirited dog, chews on anything loose she can find in the house--including shoes, socks, undergarments and books.
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February 23, 1995 | JOHN BALZAR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Commanders of a U.S.-led military task force assembling off the coast of Mogadishu said Wednesday that they had received assurances that Somali clan leaders will not interfere with the exit of U.N. peacekeepers from the country. In turn, Marine Lt. Gen. Anthony C. Zinni said the 14,000 coalition forces now massed in the area have agreed with local warlords to maintain a low profile so as "not to alarm" Somalis. Still, given the volatile history of U.S.
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