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March 17, 1990 | From Associated Press
Edward Parker's victory over Refugio Rojas in their fight last month has been declared a no-contest because Parker tested positive for cocaine afterward, executive officer Ken Gray of the state athletic commission said Friday. The California Athletic Commission made the ruling at a meeting in Los Angeles, and also suspended Parker indefinitely until he appears before the commission, Gray said by telephone from his home in Sacramento. Parker won a decision over Rojas in their World Boxing Assn.
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March 17, 1990 | From Associated Press
Edward Parker's victory over Refugio Rojas in their fight last month has been declared a no-contest because Parker tested positive for cocaine afterward, executive officer Ken Gray of the state athletic commission said Friday. The California Athletic Commission made the ruling at a meeting in Los Angeles, and also suspended Parker indefinitely until he appears before the commission, Gray said by telephone from his home in Sacramento. Parker won a decision over Rojas in their World Boxing Assn.
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March 26, 1988 | Associated Press
Kenny (Machine Gun) Mitchell upset Jose (Gaby) Canizales Friday night to win the U.S. Boxing Assn. bantamweight title. Canizales (39-5) from Laredo, Tex., won the title from Louis Curtis in November at Atlantic City, N.J. Mitchell was ranked seventh by the USBA coming into the fight. Mitchell (16-7-3) recorded a split decision, winning on two cards, 114-111 and 114-113, while one judge gave Canizales a 114-112 edge. Mitchell, 117, from Brooklyn, N.Y.
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June 6, 1997
Ryan Cowsill threw a five-hit shutout and Van Nuys East beat Valley South, 7-0, in a District 20 game Thursday at Birmingham High. Van Nuys East moved to 4-0 as Cowsill (1-0), a right-hander, struck out six, walked two, scattered five hits and stranded seven base runners. Steve Maitland was two for four with three runs batted in, and his two-run double keyed a three-run fifth inning.
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February 8, 1987 | WILLIAM GILDEA, Washington Post
Six o'clock in the evening on the canyon floor. A starry night. Cold winds cross the desert. Heaters glow orange in the green-and-white-striped circus tent, out behind the big resort hotel. Silhouetted in the tent's dim light: a woman in fur with a cocktail in her hand, the man who owns a 1955 red convertible Cadillac with wide white-walls parked among creamy other vintages and a new chocolate Rolls.
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