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July 17, 1991 | BARBIE LUDOVISE
Outstanding in their field: Robbie Ryan and Tony Tyler grew up down the street from one another in central Anaheim. Now they're playing on the same men's field hockey team--or make that teams. Ryan, 19, and Tyler, 20, are members of the Olympic Festival West team, the U.S. Junior National team and the Orange County Colts, a club team they helped to start.
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July 17, 1991 | BARBIE LUDOVISE
Outstanding in their field: Robbie Ryan and Tony Tyler grew up down the street from one another in central Anaheim. Now they're playing on the same men's field hockey team--or make that teams. Ryan, 19, and Tyler, 20, are members of the Olympic Festival West team, the U.S. Junior National team and the Orange County Colts, a club team they helped to start.
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July 14, 1990 | MIKE HISERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Eric Holtz of Simi Valley said it was mere coincidence that, on his birthday, he scored three times to account for the South's only goals. Right. The South got four opportunities to score on penalty shots in the last minutes of its 3-2 victory over the West on Friday in U. S. Olympic Festival field hockey action at Augsburg College's Nelson Anderson Field. Guess who attempted them all? What a coincidence!
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August 31, 2012 | John Horn and Mark Olsen
TELLURIDE, Colo. -- The new film “Ginger and Rosa” by English filmmaker Sally Potter screened Friday night at the Telluride Film Festival high in the mountains of Colorado. A tale drawn in no small part from Potter's own life, the movie follows two young girls through a coming-of-age story set against the early '60s backdrop of nuclear disarmament protests and the Cuban missile crisis. With stirring performances by relative veteran Elle Fanning and newcomer Alice Englert, the film is on the fall festival circuit in search of U.S. distribution.
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February 18, 1995
Justin Boyce scored the game-winning goal off an assist from Link Elliott five minutes into the second 10-minute overtime period to give El Modena a 2-0 victory over Katella in the first round of Southern Section Division II boys' soccer playoffs. Brett Taylor clinched the victory with 30 seconds remaining off an assist from Robbie Merchant. Ryan Frazier had nine saves as the Vanguards registered their 11th shutout of the season. They will play Santa Barbara Tuesday.
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July 14, 1991 | JOHN ORTEGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Chatsworth's Brian Spencer scored early and often in the opening match of the U. S. Olympic Festival field hockey tournament Saturday at Loyola Marymount. Spencer, a forward on the West team, scored three goals in the first half of the West's 3-0 victory over the South at Sullivan Field. And the 1984 Olympian should be dishing out scores more of high-fives off the field in the next few days. His wife, Josephine, is expecting the couple's third child momentarily.
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June 20, 2008 | Jan Stuart, Special to The Times
Tannishtha Chaterjee is a supple screen presence with a reticent smile and big, pining eyes. That plaintive gaze gets a workout in "Brick Lane," in which she inhabits the skin of Nazneen, a Bangladeshi transplant to East London who variously yearns for her rural village, the sister she left back home and a handsome lug to rescue her from the passionless banality of her domestic life.
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October 11, 2012 | By Betsy Sharkey, Los Angeles Times Film Critic
British filmmaker Andrea Arnold's "Wuthering Heights," the newest chapter in the novel's long, on-screen history, is so earthy and intent on authenticity that like Heathcliff and Cathy you can never escape the wind that howls across the moors, or the mud, clinging so thick on boots and body that it's tempting to check your own. Even the actors, many plucked from the Yorkshire countryside where the Emily Bronte classic is set and the movie was shot,...
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July 17, 1991 | BARBIE LUDOVISE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Pankaj Padhiar, a field hockey player at the U.S. Olympic Festival, has spent the past four days chasing a small, white ball with a cane-shaped stick. Next month, he will again be in pursuit--not for sport, but for a spouse. Padhiar, a 25-year-old Huntington Beach resident, plans to follow the traditional courting procedures of India, homeland of his ancestors. On Aug. 24, he will fly to Sussex, England, where relatives will have lined up several specially selected single women for him to meet.
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July 10, 1990 | MIKE HISERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The South team dominated the first round of men's field hockey at the U. S. Olympic Festival, and with good reason: Fifteen of the squad's 20 players are members of the national team. Nine of the 15 are from Ventura County, which provided for an interesting match-up Monday at Nelson Anderson Field on the campus of Augsburg College. The South's opponent, the West, consisted almost entirely of Ventura County players. In one case, the competition even split a family.
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