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January 19, 1990 | KOLLEN LONG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Toni Bevelock has chased her dream thousands of miles and to three different states. Now, she is closing in. Bevelock's goal is to become the top women's racquetball player on the professional tour. She has climbed to No. 3, but don't remind her. "I'm not happy being No. 3," said Bevelock, who recently moved from Phoenix to Santa Ana to continue her chase. "When someone says, 'This is Toni, she's No. 3,' I cringe. I want to be No. 1."
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January 22, 1990 | KOLLEN LONG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Just after losing the second game of the Ektelon Winter professional racquetball final Sunday, Caryn McKinney went to a secret weapon. She reached into her pocket, pretended to pull something out and sprinkled it on the head of her opponent, Lynn Adams. But even the imaginary "magic dust," as McKinney later described it, could not stop Adams at Santa Ana Racquetball World during the third of eight stops on the 1989-90 women's professional tour.
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January 22, 1990 | KOLLEN LONG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Just after losing the second game of the Ektelon Winter professional racquetball final Sunday, Caryn McKinney went to a secret weapon. She reached into her pocket, pretended to pull something out and sprinkled it on the head of her opponent, Lynn Adams. But even the imaginary "magic dust," as McKinney later described it, could not stop Adams at Santa Ana Racquetball World during the third of eight stops on the 1989-90 women's professional tour.
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January 19, 1990 | KOLLEN LONG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Toni Bevelock has chased her dream thousands of miles and to three different states. Now, she is closing in. Bevelock's goal is to become the top women's racquetball player on the professional tour. She has climbed to No. 3, but don't remind her. "I'm not happy being No. 3," said Bevelock, who recently moved from Phoenix to Santa Ana to continue her chase. "When someone says, 'This is Toni, she's No. 3,' I cringe. I want to be No. 1."
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June 28, 1993 | RANDY HARVEY
These are not the best of times for Rhodes Scholars in Washington. Senator Bill Bradley, a Democrat from New Jersey and former Knick from New York, did not get an expensive haircut on a busy airport runway, but he nearly had his head bitten off by the International Olympic Committee. He deserved it, too.
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