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NEWS
May 14, 1993 | ROBERT KOEHLER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
D.B. Gilles' "Men's Singles" isn't a soap opera, but it creates the audience demands of one. Like any good soap-maker, Gilles sets up his three characters on parallel tracks that occasionally intersect, then pushes them down the tracks with the hope that we want to keep following them. We would want to, if there were something worth following.
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SPORTS
September 27, 1990 | From Associated Press
The Boston Herald reporter who said she was sexually harassed in the New England Patriots locker room called today for the suspension of the NFL club's owner and fines for the players involved. "What we're asking is (for) Paul Tagliabue, the NFL commissioner, to suspend Victor Kiam," Lisa Olson said. "(Kiam is) a joke, obviously." Olson also said Zeke Mowatt, the only player she identified in the incident which the Herald said involved five players, should be fined a substantial amount.
SPORTS
September 20, 1995 | STEVE HENSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hueneme High parents and football players were outraged Tuesday by news that Palmdale High will not reimburse them for $2,000 worth of items stolen from a locker room during a game at Palmdale. "I have had calls from a lot of irate parents," said Jim Lane, the Hueneme athletic director. Palmdale administrators informed Hueneme this week that although the school will beef up security at future games, they have no means of compensating players for stolen items.
OPINION
October 14, 1990 | Melissa Ludtke, Melissa Ludtke is a Time Magazine correspondent in Boston
"The vote wasn't unanimous," Tommy John told me on the day the 1977 World Series between the New York Yankees and the Los Angeles Dodgers began, "but on the Dodgers we do what a majority of the players decides to do." In this case, a majority of Dodgers voted to grant me access to their locker room so I could interview them alongside my male sportswriting colleagues. But I never went into their locker room during the World Series.
SPORTS
October 12, 2013 | By Gary Klein
The week before he won his first game as USC's interim coach, Ed Orgeron visited only one Friday night high school game to recruit. "Hopefully, in the future, I may be able to get a helicopter and get to about four or five," he joked, "but we're not doing it yet. " He is now. Orgeron, who guided USC to a 38-31 victory over Arizona on Thursday, was scheduled to helicopter over the Southland on Friday night in search of future Trojans....
SPORTS
January 12, 2013 | By Chris Foster
BOULDER, Colo. -- The collective primal scream that burst through UCLA's locker room door said a lot Saturday. The way Coach Ben Howland barreled through his postgame opening statement said more. Howland was giddy. Yes, giddy. "He's happy," forward Travis Wear said. "We all are. We're where we want to be. " That would be heading home, after four days in the mountains that was anything but a trip down the bunny slopes. The Bruins couldn't exhale until a three-point shot by Askia Booker clanged off the rim, preserving a 78-75 victory.
SPORTS
December 28, 2012 | Chris Dufresne
Stanford survived its 2011 season just fine without injured inside linebacker Shayne Skov. The Cardinal almost won the Pac-12 Conference title and then almost won the Fiesta Bowl. The defense, though, was a doughnut in the sense it had a hole in the middle. Stanford missed Skov's commanding 2010 presence: 84 tackles, 7.5 sacks and 10.5 tackles for loss. Just as important, the team longed for his daily vocal vitamin C supplement. TIMELINE: College football 2012-13 bowl schedule "I'm still, to this day, more of a lead-by-example guy," star outside linebacker Chase Thomas said during Rose Bowl preparations this week.
NEWS
October 1, 1992 | PAUL McLEOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Football Coach Willie Brown, a man without a team, often returns to the practice field at Cal State Long Beach. Only now he goes there to teach golf classes as part of his reassignment within the physical education department. Coaches and tutors made special class arrangements for former tight end Dan Early when he was a football player. Now the senior stands in line to register for the reduced number of seats with the rest of the 30,000-plus students.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 25, 1992 | From Religious News Service
You can bet it isn't on the head coach's play list, and it won't be diagramed by the TV analysts. Even so, the post-game prayer huddle has become a popular new formation in the National Football League. In what has become a common practice, players from opposing teams--the same hulking characters who may have just spent 60 minutes relentlessly bashing each other in one of civilization's most violent pastimes--quietly gather at midfield in Christian fraternity.
SPORTS
October 5, 2009 | JERRY CROWE
The wild goose chase started with a simple request from an apparently flustered Gil Hodges: Could the young woman please help him find the keys to the batter's box? They'd been lost, he said. That was all the recently hired newcomer needed to hear. Eager to lend a hand but unschooled in the ways of baseball and naive to the childish pranks perpetrated by ballplayers, she ignored the heat and humidity in Vero Beach, Fla., and set off across Dodgertown in dogged pursuit of the missing keys.
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