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March 17, 1999 | ELAINE WOO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Maud Morgan exhibited alongside Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko, two giants of Abstract Expressionism. She mentored Frank Stella, buying one of his first paintings when he was 18. But her own brilliant career went largely unsung during her lifetime. At her death Sunday in Cambridge, Mass.
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March 17, 1999 | ELAINE WOO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Maud Morgan exhibited alongside Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko, two giants of Abstract Expressionism. She mentored Frank Stella, buying one of his first paintings when he was 18. But her own brilliant career went largely unsung during her lifetime. At her death Sunday in Cambridge, Mass.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 1, 1991 | KRISTINA LINDGREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A renowned expert in international relations and arms control has become the second scholar in less than a week to accept an endowed professorship in peace studies at UC Irvine, boosting the university's bid to become a leading center for the study of how and why nations go to war. Patrick Morgan, a professor at Washington State University for 24 years, said Tuesday that he will come to UCI this fall to fill the Thomas and Elizabeth Tierney Chair in Peace Studies.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 19, 1994 | TRACY WEBER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In an exclusive jailhouse interview Saturday, Edward Patrick Morgan denied being a monster who savagely battered to death and mutilated a 23-year-old Huntington Beach woman outside an Orange nightclub last month. "I'm innocent," said Morgan, his hands cuffed tightly in front of him. "They got me out to be some mean basher that ripped some girl apart with my bare hands."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 19, 1994 | TRACY WEBER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In an exclusive jailhouse interview Saturday, Edward Patrick Morgan denied being a monster who savagely battered to death and mutilated a 23-year-old Huntington Beach woman outside an Orange nightclub last month. "I'm innocent," said Morgan, his hands cuffed tightly in front of him. "They got me out to be some mean basher that ripped some girl apart with my bare hands."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 12, 1994 | LYNN FRANEY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The family and friends of a woman slain in Orange last month have established a scholarship fund in her name. Leanora Annette Wong, 23, was sexually assaulted and beaten to death May 20 outside the Australian Beach Restaurant & Nightclub. A convicted sex offender, Edward Patrick Morgan Jr., 28, was arrested several days later and now faces the possibility of the death sentence if convicted of killing the UC Riverside graduate.
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September 1, 1988 | United Press International
Here is a list of those killed in Wednesday's crash of Delta Flight 1141: --Patrick Scott Morgan, 28, Richardson, Tex. --Barbara Kay Morgan, 29, (Patrick's wife). --Tiffany Lynn Morgan, 14 months, (the Morgans' daughter). --Millar Browne, 55, Richardson, Tex. --Glen Harvey Campbell, 53, Joshua, Tex. --Jennifer Campbell, 44, (Glen's wife). --Marian Fadal, 65, Waco, Tex. --Jerry Scott Owens, 29, Sanger, Tex. --Philip Vogel, 69, Dallas. --Thelma Vogel, 67, Dallas. --Robert Speer, 25, Rosebud, Tex.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 16, 1992
Scholars in UC Irvine's Global Peace and Conflict Studies program have been awarded grants totaling $42,000 to study a range of issues involving the United States, the former Soviet Union and international security systems. Historian Keith Nelson, director of the peace studies program, has received $12,000 to explore the impact of foreign and domestic concerns on U.S. and Soviet foreign policy.
OPINION
September 13, 2003
Re "Water Conservationists Step on the Grass," Sept. 6: With the prospect of another water shortage, isn't it about time to consider using "gray water" for landscape irrigation? Gray water is the water from showers, sinks, washers and other nonsewage sources. Water would be routed from showers to a storage tank. Soap and other particles would settle out, and the water would be given a minimum chemical treatment, if necessary. This water would then be pumped out to water lawns and other landscaping.
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July 20, 1996 | From Associated Press
A former high school wrestler who raped and beat a woman to death outside the nightclub where they met was sentenced to death Friday. Edward Patrick Morgan, 30, his feet shackled, showed no emotion as Superior Court Judge Richard Weatherspoon signed his death warrant. The jury that convicted Morgan in April had recommended capital punishment for the death of Leanora Wong, 23. His arrest caused an outcry when it was revealed that Morgan had three prior rape arrests.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 1, 1991 | KRISTINA LINDGREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A renowned expert in international relations and arms control has become the second scholar in less than a week to accept an endowed professorship in peace studies at UC Irvine, boosting the university's bid to become a leading center for the study of how and why nations go to war. Patrick Morgan, a professor at Washington State University for 24 years, said Tuesday that he will come to UCI this fall to fill the Thomas and Elizabeth Tierney Chair in Peace Studies.
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April 26, 1996 | From a Times Staff Writer
It took a jury just two hours Thursday to convict Edward Patrick Morgan Jr. of the mutilation murder of a woman outside an Orange nightclub--a verdict that could bring a death sentence for the convicted rapist. Morgan, 30, of Orange, had no visible reaction as an Orange County Superior Court jury pronounced him guilty of first-degree murder, kidnapping and sexual assault in the death of Leanora Annette Wong on May 20, 1994.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 2, 1992
Physicist Edward Teller, perhaps best known as the "father of the hydrogen bomb" and his advocacy of the "Star Wars" space defense program, will talk about technology and peace tonight at UC Irvine. Teller will speak at 7 p.m. in the Physical Sciences Lecture Hall on campus. The lecture, sponsored by the university's Global Peace and Conflict Studies student group, is free for students and $3 for the public.
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