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December 12, 1993 | Sarah Henry, Sarah Henry is a staff writer with the Center for Investigative Reporting in San Francisco. Fariba Nawa and Sunny Park of the center provided research for this piece. Henry's last article for the magazine was "Labor & Lace," about garment workers battling sweatshop conditions
RICK MCCARTY CARRIES A TAN BRIEFCASE and wears a navy blazer, starched white shirt, pressed trousers and a vibrant red tie with a fishhook pattern--a fashionable motif, no doubt, in the small Gulf Coast town of Niceville, Fla. McCarty is dining in a neighborhood eatery not far from his suburban tract home. In keeping with the seaside theme, the restaurant's walls are adorned with fake fish.
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December 12, 1993 | Sarah Henry, Sarah Henry is a staff writer with the Center for Investigative Reporting in San Francisco. Fariba Nawa and Sunny Park of the center provided research for this piece. Henry's last article for the magazine was "Labor & Lace," about garment workers battling sweatshop conditions
RICK MCCARTY CARRIES A TAN BRIEFCASE and wears a navy blazer, starched white shirt, pressed trousers and a vibrant red tie with a fishhook pattern--a fashionable motif, no doubt, in the small Gulf Coast town of Niceville, Fla. McCarty is dining in a neighborhood eatery not far from his suburban tract home. In keeping with the seaside theme, the restaurant's walls are adorned with fake fish.
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SPORTS
May 17, 1987 | Ed Hagerott
Harvard Coach Jim Brink, faced with a shortage of pitchers, needed a strong performance from sophomore right-hander David Lee in Saturday's Santa Fe League playoff game against St. Genevieve. Lee went the distance to lead Harvard to a 4-3 victory and a third-place finish in the league, sending the Saracens into the Southern Section playoffs, which begin Friday. St. Genevieve (11-10) had forced the playoff Friday by beating Harvard, 6-2.
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November 5, 1987 | CHRIS PARKER, Ralph Nichols
A sign greeting fans at the Louisville High-Hoover volleyball game served as an ominous warning to visiting Hoover: "Dr. George says 50% chance of rain, but no Tornadoes." It also turned out to be accurate. Louisville disposed of the Hoover Tornadoes, 15-5, 16-14, 15-6, Wednesday in the first round of the Southern Section 4-A playoffs. The win proved that, although Dr. George of KABC-TV may underestimate the possibility of rain, he knows when Tornadoes don't have a chance.
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April 9, 1988
Taft High sometimes loses a sprint event in a West Valley League dual meet and rarely does it lose two. On Friday, with their top performers sidelined by illness and injury, the Toreadors lost all three sprints yet came back to defeat host El Camino Real, 73-54. Quincy Watts, the defending state champion in the 100 and 200 meters, strained his right hamstring midway through the 100 and did not finish. And David Feinstein, who has run 10.9 this season, did not race because of the flu.
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May 12, 1987 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER
Questions and (some) answers: Star of the future--or the present? Only a junior, Scott Davison of Redondo has 54 runs batted in this baseball season, two short of the Southern Section record by Chris Donnels of South Torrance in 1984. Davison, in his third year on the varsity, is batting .565 and as a pitcher is 11-1 and averaging 12 strikeouts per seven innings.
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September 6, 1987 | TIM BROWN, Times Staff Writer
No matter how hard you look, you will not see a white flag flapping high above Rancho Simi Community Park, site of the normally unflappable Royal High water polo team. The team has been a fixture in the Southern Section playoffs since Steve Snyder took over the program in 1980. But Snyder doesn't talk like a man who has led teams to six consecutive Marmonte League championships. Instead, he sounds like his team will be just another challenger.
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March 4, 2001 | DAVID FOSTER, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Over the roar of the fire, Engineer Tony Brownell is shouting into his radio: "Task Force 2, emergency traffic! We're being burned over!" More than a thousand firefighters have descended on this corner of the Sierra foothills, using bulldozers, shovels, fire engines and air tankers to battle a blaze now grown to 200 acres. Radio chatter has been constant all afternoon. Now the airwaves fall silent. Everyone listens.
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