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June 3, 1991 | MITCH POLIN
The list of undergraduates who have declared themselves eligible for the NBA draft in June reads like a college all-star team: Brian Williams of Arizona, Kenny Anderson of Georgia Tech, Anderson Hunt of Nevada Las Vegas--Raoul Hutchens of Whittier College? If you've never heard of Raoul Hutchens, you are not alone. NBA scouts haven't heard of him either, and with good reason. As a 6-foot-2 junior at the NCAA Division III school last season, Hutchens averaged only 3.
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June 3, 1991 | MITCH POLIN
The list of undergraduates who have declared themselves eligible for the NBA draft in June reads like a college all-star team: Brian Williams of Arizona, Kenny Anderson of Georgia Tech, Anderson Hunt of Nevada Las Vegas--Raoul Hutchens of Whittier College? If you've never heard of Raoul Hutchens, you are not alone. NBA scouts haven't heard of him either, and with good reason. As a 6-foot-2 junior at the NCAA Division III school last season, Hutchens averaged only 3.
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May 17, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
As expected, guard Anderson Hunt of Nevada Las Vegas, the most valuable player in the 1990 NCAA Final Four and an all-tournament selection this year, is among 12 undergraduates who have applied for early entry in the NBA draft June 26. The list, announced by the NBA on Thursday, includes All-Americans Kenny Anderson of Georgia Tech and Billy Owens of Syracuse.
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January 1, 2000
In Steve Hochman's review of the Rage Against the Machine concert at the Great Western Forum, he accuses the band of reducing "highly complex issues . . . to simple slogans" and painting "strokes so broad you can't see the faces in the picture" ("Raging Against the Machine, or Being a Mindless Part of It?," Dec. 21). It is Hochman's review that paints the broad strokes. He fails to delineate any of the slogans that are, in his estimation, "simple." Were Hochman more learned regarding the issues being addressed by Rage's lyrics, he would recognize the lyrics as among the most complex in modern music.
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