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October 11, 1997 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Norman Clarke pointed to his muscular arm, his voice racing with excitement. "Look at this," he said, "I'm getting goose bumps just talking about it." It is always like that for Clarke, a senior running back for Cal State Northridge, when the subject turns to Weber State. On days like today, when Northridge plays host to the Wildcats in a 6:05 p.m. game at North Campus Stadium, Clarke needs no canned pep talk or boot in the rear for motivation.
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October 11, 1997 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Norman Clarke pointed to his muscular arm, his voice racing with excitement. "Look at this," he said, "I'm getting goose bumps just talking about it." It is always like that for Clarke, a senior running back for Cal State Northridge, when the subject turns to Weber State. On days like today, when Northridge plays host to the Wildcats in a 6:05 p.m. game at North Campus Stadium, Clarke needs no canned pep talk or boot in the rear for motivation.
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October 19, 1996 | JEFF FLETCHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Norman Clarke has arrived. Only about nine months after getting here. When Clarke signed to play football at Cal State Northridge, Matador coaches expected the speedy, hard-charging, quick-pivoting running back they had seen on films from San Bernardino Valley College. But when Clarke showed for spring football he was out of shape and slow to grasp the offense.
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October 19, 1996 | JEFF FLETCHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Norman Clarke has arrived. Only about nine months after getting here. When Clarke signed to play football at Cal State Northridge, Matador coaches expected the speedy, hard-charging, quick-pivoting running back they had seen on films from San Bernardino Valley College. But when Clarke showed for spring football he was out of shape and slow to grasp the offense.
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December 5, 1985 | BURT A. FOLKART, Times Staff Writer
F. Norman Clark, who laid the track, split the rails and refurbished the cars that became the famous Roaring Camp & Big Trees Narrow-Gauge Railroad, died Monday of a heart attack. The stocky, pleasant Clark was 50 and was familiar to thousands of fascinated tourists as the engineer who took them on a steep but pleasant journey through the redwood forests around Santa Cruz. It was a journey that Presidents Theodore Roosevelt and Benjamin Harrison had enjoyed near the turn of the century.
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October 16, 1994 | GERRY PRICE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Quarterback Jamie Sander passed for three touchdowns and ran for another as San Bernardino Valley College hammered host Antelope Valley, 34-14, Saturday night in a sloppily played Foothill Conference game. The visiting Indians (3-2-1, 3-0-1 in conference play) wasted little time in setting the tone for the night. On the first play from scrimmage, tailback Norman Clarke raced 39 yards to the Antelope Valley 21.
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August 23, 1997 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ
There were few surprises Friday when Coach Jim Fenwick announced the starting lineup for the season opener at Boise State on Aug. 30. The offense consists of quarterback Aaron Flowers, running back Norman Clarke, wide receivers Jerome Henry, Aaron Arnold and Mike Ogas, tight end Ryan Schatz, tackles David San Vicente and Brian Hubinger, guards Paul Sauter and Toma Popescu and center David Joralemon.
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September 7, 1997 | From Staff Reports
The Cal State Northridge football team picked up against Hawaii right where it left off in its opener against Boise State. Sort of. The Matadors looked sharp driving the ball down the field in their first possession against the Rainbows, but Manny Marquez missed wide left on a 37-yard field-goal attempt. Hawaii led, 3-0, early in the first quarter at the deadline for this edition. Hawaii, 2-10 last year, defeated Minnesota, 17-3, in its opener. Northridge was coming off a 63-23 rout over Boise.
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October 26, 1997 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ
Brian Hubinger, Northridge's starting offensive right tackle who recently spent several days in the hospital with a virus, Saturday watched the game against Cal State Sacramento from the stands with his parents. Hubinger, a redshirt freshman from Arcadia High, said that doctors still haven't determined the viral problem. He spent time in intensive care and dropped 23 pounds from his playing weight of 244. "I had to take a nap today to come to the game," Hubinger said.
NEWS
December 5, 1985 | BURT A. FOLKART, Times Staff Writer
F. Norman Clark, who laid the track, split the rails and refurbished the cars that became the famous Roaring Camp & Big Trees Narrow-Gauge Railroad, died Monday of a heart attack. The stocky, pleasant Clark was 50 and was familiar to thousands of fascinated tourists as the engineer who took them on a steep but pleasant journey through the redwood forests around Santa Cruz. It was a journey that Presidents Theodore Roosevelt and Benjamin Harrison had enjoyed near the turn of the century.
SPORTS
February 8, 1996 | JEFF FLETCHER
Shayne Blakey, a running back from Antelope Valley College, has signed a letter of intent to play football at Cal State Northridge. Blakey, 6-feet, 190 pounds, is expected to provide speed in the backfield, which Northridge lacked last season. Robby Proffer, a 6-1, 195-pound linebacker from Valley College and Agoura High, and Chris Hughes, a 6-1, 190-pound defensive back from Sacramento City College, also signed with Northridge.
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October 10, 1996
Northridge senior running back Chad Marsalek has a fracture in his right ankle and may miss the next two games, Coach Dave Baldwin said Wednesday. Marsalek, the team's leading rusher, missed last week's game because of what was thought to be a sprained ankle. He will be replaced by junior Norman Clarke and freshman Jeramie Thomas.
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