August 2, 1990 |
Two days after suffering an episode of hypoglycemic shock, Ram cornerback Darryl Henley returned to practice Wednesday morning and reported he was feeling fine. "I was a little nervous, but practice went well," Henley said. "The doctors said I'd be fine once I got back in the swing." Henley said from now on, he's going to watch what he eats more closely. Hypoglycemia is a low level of sugar in the blood.
January 5, 1993 |
William H. (Bill) Nicholas, who guided the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum through its greatest period of growth and then presided over the birth of the adjacent Sports Arena, has died. Nicholas, who retired in 1973 after 27 years as general manager, was 85 when he died Wednesday in a Pasadena hospital of a stroke. The Coliseum complex he left behind nearly 20 years ago bore little resemblance to the one he took over in 1946.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 28, 1986 |
Although conceding defeat in the legislative battle here, the four Orange County supervisors who favor building a new jail near Anaheim Stadium and Disneyland said Wednesday that the project remains alive, even if they cannot use state money to pay for it. A restriction against spending state money at the site was inserted into a bill that was sent to Gov. George Deukmejian following a 27-1 vote in the Senate on Wednesday.