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September 12, 1987
San Diego High School suffered a 24-14 loss to visiting Marian Friday night but may have come away with a first in San Diego County history. Mia Labovitz, a junior playing in her first varsity football game, kicked the two extra points for San Diego. Marian rallied in the second half to win, going ahead to stay on a one-yard run by Malcolm Brown late in the third quarter. Tony Bowen scored San Diego's touchdowns on runs of one and two yards, and Labovitz kicked the extra points.
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April 10, 2014 | By Lisa Dillman
EDMONTON, Canada - Records, refining and an imminent retirement. The three Rs marked the Kings' final regular-season road game as they defeated the Edmonton Oilers, 3-0, on Thursday night at Rextall Place behind Marian Gaborik's three-point effort and the fourth shutout of the season for rookie goalie Martin Jones. Records were matched and others broken with the Kings' late-season tour of the also-rans in the Pacific Division ending, thankfully, as did their three-game losing streak.
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June 8, 2006
-- Statewide 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Democrat Bill Lockyer 1,699,001 100 Republican Claude Parrish 738,385 56 Keith S. Richman 578,750 44 American Independent E. Justin Noonan 25,022 100 Green Mehul M. Thakker 24,326 100 Libertarian Marian Smithson 13,807 100 Peace & Freedom Gerald Sanders 2,941 100 --
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March 20, 2014 | By Lisa Dillman
Let's pause for a moment of appreciation for Rogie Vachon and Toe Blake. And Marian Gaborik. First, the present-day man of the moment: Gaborik. The recently acquired Gaborik set up the first goal and later scored the decisive goal in a three-round shootout, leading the Kings to a 2-1 win over the Washington Capitals on Thursday night at Staples Center. BOX SCORE: Kings 2, Capitals 1 (SO) The victory was the Kings' first in four games, stopping a three-game losing streak.
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April 17, 1993
I was 15 years old and attended my first professional concert in Stockton. Marian Anderson sang and stunned me with the beauty of her voice and her regal presence ("Pioneering Singer Marian Anderson Dies," Section A, April 9). It was the first time I had ever heard anyone sing "Were You There When They Crucified My Lord?," and the passion and power of the performance echoes through my memories on many occasions. But I also recall Anderson's graciousness. After the concert, she sat at the stage door receiving, greeting and giving autographs to at least 100 concert-goers lined up there.
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March 21, 2008 | Paul Lieberman
With a tongue-in-cheek "Thank you to the Arthritis Foundation," the woman they call "Lady Marian" celebrated her 90th birthday by playing the piano late into Wednesday night at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola at the Jazz at Lincoln Center complex in New York. Before an overflow crowd that included Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and singer Norah Jones, who came up and did three numbers with her during the first set, Marian McPartland -- the host for three decades of National Public Radio's "Piano Jazz" show -- asked, "Is anyone else here 90?"
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June 14, 2000
I read with interest your story on cooking courses by "Marian Manners" ("Times Past," May 31). It brought back memories from about 1955. My husband and I came to the U.S. in 1953. I went through my file "Contest Recipes" and found a handwritten note (in pencil, but not dated) reminiscing about the cookery lessons of the L.A. Times given under the "superb direction of Mrs. Hoke, the 'Marian Manners' of those years." I took the bus to L.A. to attend those lessons. "As a newcomer," I wrote, "I was deeply impressed by these lessons, and could not resist to write an article about them, which was published in a magazine for women in Holland, my homeland."
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October 31, 1997
Marian Elliott Koshland, 76, immunologist at UC Berkeley who studied the way antibodies combat disease. A former president of the American Assn. of Immunologists, Koshland headed Berkeley's graduate affairs division of the department of molecular and cell biology. She had worked at the university since 1965 and earned an Excellence in Science Award from the Federation of American Societies of Experimental Biology and a National Institues of Health Merit Award.
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March 8, 2014 | By Lisa Dillman
WINNIPEG, Canada -- Kings forward Jeff Carter was once the new kid in town, attempting to fit in with a tight group late in the term. Big transitions, in life and work, aren't always seamless. And so, Carter fully sympathized with new teammate, winger Marian Gaborik, who was acquired Wednesday from Columbus. Gaborik had a long travel day, getting routed through Toronto, before he joined the team in Winnipeg late that night and made his Kings' debut Thursday. For Gaborik, there were moments of tentativeness and other spells of chemistry with new linemates Anze Kopitar and forward Justin Williams in a 3-1 victory over the Jets.
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March 5, 2014 | By Lisa Dillman
The Kings went back to one of their favorite trading partners -- the Columbus Blue Jackets - and acquired flashy forward Marian Gaborik on Wednesday for forward Matt Frattin and some conditional draft picks. Columbus is keeping about 50% of Gaborik's salary. It was the biggest move for the surging Kings, who have won five straight games, on what has been a hectic trade-deadline day. They are obviously hoping the same circumstances are triggered after a deal with the Blue Jackets, the way it unfolded after they traded for Jeff Carter two years ago. That was the biggest and final piece of the Kings' Stanley Cup winning team in 2012.
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March 5, 2014 | By Helene Elliott
To add the scoring threat he felt the Kings urgently needed and stay under the salary-cap limit, General Manager Dean Lombardi had to persuade the Columbus Blue Jackets to retain half of winger Marian Gaborik's remaining salary this season, give up winger Matt Frattin and two draft picks, and still had to demote forward Linden Vey to Manchester (N.H.) of the American Hockey League. All of which is fine. When not injured, Gaborik is a pure scorer who brings speed and commands attention from opponents.
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March 5, 2014 | By Lisa Dillman
It took several years and a stop in New York and a more recent move to Columbus, but Marian Gaborik finally became a Los Angeles King. Gaborik was interested in the Kings a long time ago, and Kings General Manager Dean Lombardi had toyed with the idea of bringing in the forward with game-breaking potential. Timing is everything and it all finally came together shortly before Wednesday's trade deadline. Lombardi acquired Gaborik from the Columbus Blue Jackets in exchange for underperforming forward Matt Frattin and conditional draft picks.
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January 15, 2014 | By David Colker
Movie producer Dick Shepherd, whose credits include "Breakfast at Tiffany's" (1961), "The Fugitive Kind" (1960) and "Robin and Marian" (1976), probably saved one of the most popular film songs of all time. After a test screening of "Breakfast at Tiffany's," Paramount executive Marty Rackin gathered the creative team and said, "I loved the picture," as recounted in the 2010 Sam Wasson book, "Fifth Avenue, 5 a.m.," about the film. But there was one problem. Rackin hated the plaintive ballad, "Moon River," that star Audrey Hepburn sings in the movie.
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August 21, 2013 | By Don Heckman
Marian McPartland, a jazz pianist and composer whose radio show "Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz" was National Public Radio's longest running and most widely carried jazz program, has died. She was 95. McPartland died of natural causes Tuesday night at her home in Port Washington, N.Y., NPR reported . One of the jazz world's most visible female instrumentalists, McPartland's highly personal style was rich with colorful harmonies and briskly swinging rhythms, enhanced by a love of bebop, while adapting smoothly to the many stylistic changes taking place in jazz over the course of a career spanning more than half a century.
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June 21, 2013 | Chicago Tribune
Chicago Blackhawks right wing Marian Hossa did not practice Friday, but the veteran "is fine" and will play in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final on Saturday night at the United Center, said Coach Joel Quenneville. Hossa returned against the Boston Bruins for Game 4 after sitting out the third game of the best-of-seven series with what Quenneville said was an upper-body injury. "Hossa is fine," Quenneville said. "We expect him to be the same. One thing about 'Hoss,' production offensively or responsibility defensively, complementing our team game in all facets of our game is what we look for. "The consistency of what he brings day in and day out is what makes him a special player and a valuable addition to our team.
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June 19, 2013 | By Colleen Kane, Chris Kuc and Brian Hamilton, Chicago Tribune
BOSTON - The mysterious circumstances behind the injury that sidelined Chicago wing Marian Hossa for Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final remain, so much so that Blackhawks center Dave Bolland wasn't even sure if he'd seen Hossa around. "No, I don't know if I've seen him," Bolland said, the day after Hossa was a late scratch because of an upper-body injury. Coach Joel Quenneville wouldn't reveal the nature of Hossa's injury or when it occurred, but he did shed light on the veteran's status for Game 4 on Wednesday night at TD Garden.
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