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April 21, 1989 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER, Times Staff Writer
Don Casey, having been given no indication of his future as Clipper coach, will fly to the East Coast early Sunday morning to interview for the basketball job at Rider College in New Jersey. Casey, who has directed a late-season Clipper resurgence that has brought praise from his own players and the opposition alike, said Thursday he will take a red-eye flight from Sacramento to Philadelphia shortly after the team's season finale Saturday night against the Kings. He is scheduled to meet with officials at Rider, a Division I school with an enrollment of approximately 5,000, Monday.
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August 12, 2013 | By Eric Sondheimer
 Three girls' soccer players from Woodland Hills El Camino Real who will be seeking their fourth City Section championship have made college commitments. Peyton Cline is headed to Fresno State, Leslie Ramirez has chosen Georgia State and Madison Lipton will attend Rider College. Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com  
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April 25, 1989
Don Casey had an uneventful meeting with officials at Rider College and will return to Los Angeles later this week to meet with Clipper management in hopes of being made permanent coach. Casey, who is under contract to the Clippers through July 1, spent approximately eight hours with administrators and athletic department representatives. He said no job offer was made.
SPORTS
April 25, 1989
Don Casey had an uneventful meeting with officials at Rider College and will return to Los Angeles later this week to meet with Clipper management in hopes of being made permanent coach. Casey, who is under contract to the Clippers through July 1, spent approximately eight hours with administrators and athletic department representatives. He said no job offer was made.
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August 12, 2013 | By Eric Sondheimer
 Three girls' soccer players from Woodland Hills El Camino Real who will be seeking their fourth City Section championship have made college commitments. Peyton Cline is headed to Fresno State, Leslie Ramirez has chosen Georgia State and Madison Lipton will attend Rider College. Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com  
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January 24, 1993 | From Associated Press
Racist hazing involving an all-white fraternity resulted in disciplinary charges against one student and the fraternity, the president of Rider College said Friday. J. Barton Ludeke spoke to about 400 students at a meeting he called to explain his administration's response to the Jan. 4 "Nigger Night" at Phi Kappa Psi. He said pledges were asked to dress in what he called a "racially denigrating manner."
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November 19, 2001 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
William B. Randall, 80, manufacturer of suntan lotion and other personal care products sold through upscale hotels and spas, died Nov. 2 of cancer at his Carlsbad, Calif., home. Born in Philadelphia, Randall attended Rider College in Trenton, N.J., and served as an Army Air Forces navigator during World War II before beginning his career in sales. In 1961, he became president of Sea & Ski Corp.
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August 1, 1986 | Associated Press
Philadelphia 76ers owner Harold Katz said Thursday he thought he had a firm deal with Julius Erving and is shocked to learn that Erving is considering an offer from the Utah Jazz. "I want to hear this from Julius," Katz said at Rider College, where the 76er rookies and free agents are playing in a summer league. Katz, who recently returned from a vacation in Europe, said that before he left, he "sat with Doc for an hour-and-a-half, two hours. We had a nice chat.
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April 28, 1989 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER
Don Casey will return from New Jersey today without getting the job to coach at Rider College but apparently in position to land a spot with the Clippers, albeit not the one he wants. Officials at Rider, the 3,000-enrollment Division I school in Lawrenceville, N.J., have scheduled a news conference for today and are expected to name Kevin Bannon of Trenton State in New Jersey as the new coach. He replaces John Carpenter, who retired after 23 years but will remain as athletic director.
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September 23, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
Jack Armstrong was insulted by the contract that the San Francisco Giants offered him in 1986. He gained a measure of satisfaction Thursday as he helped the Cincinnati Reds eliminate San Francisco from the National League West race, allowing the Giants just 2 hits in 6 innings while winning, 3-1, at Cincinnati. "I could have been pitching against the Reds today," he said. "Frankly I think I'd rather pitch against the Giants, with the bats we've got here."
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April 21, 1989 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER, Times Staff Writer
Don Casey, having been given no indication of his future as Clipper coach, will fly to the East Coast early Sunday morning to interview for the basketball job at Rider College in New Jersey. Casey, who has directed a late-season Clipper resurgence that has brought praise from his own players and the opposition alike, said Thursday he will take a red-eye flight from Sacramento to Philadelphia shortly after the team's season finale Saturday night against the Kings. He is scheduled to meet with officials at Rider, a Division I school with an enrollment of approximately 5,000, Monday.
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October 16, 2013 | By Tony Perry
Ex-San Diego Mayor Bob Filner may have avoided jail time Tuesday under a plea bargain with the state attorney general's office, but he still has to contend with Gloria Allred. Under the agreement accepted in San Diego County Superior Court, Filner must serve three months of home confinement, undergo mental health counseling and give up most of his mayoral pension. During three years of probation, he cannot vote, serve on a jury or possess a firearm. In exchange, he pleaded guilty to one felony count of false imprisonment and two of misdemeanor battery.  In court papers, Filner's victims were described only as Jane Doe 1, 2 and 3. But he still has a legal issue to deal with A llred, who filed a civil lawsuit against Filner on behalf of his former director of communications.  The lawsuit on behalf of Irene McCormack Jackson is still pending and the only one filed against Filner.
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December 1, 1990 | SUE ELLEN CHRISTIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Student activists here are coordinating a nationwide effort to deliver a united collegiate message to George Bush and his policy-makers: no Persian Gulf war. Student groups have been forming across the country to protest the U.S. military buildup in the gulf, but students at three Washington universities decided that the peace movement needs a national network. The newly formed pacifist group, Aegis Justice, hopes eventually to bring together as many as 700 university organizations.
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