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May 3, 2003
The Lakers may have earned their Spurs, but I wish I was sure that they knew what to do with them. Robert H. Williams Monterey Park
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SPORTS
April 7, 2007
Michael Phelps' seven gold medals and five world records in the World Swimming Championships may not make Phelps a rich man, and that's all right. What he did for sports and particularly the United States is priceless. ROBERT H. WILLIAMS Monterey Park
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SPORTS
May 14, 2005
If these European basketball stars leave to play in the NBA, won't that be quite a comedown for them? Robert H. Williams Monterey Park
SPORTS
August 12, 2006
I noticed that the United States withstood the challenge of Brazil and won, 90-86. Is this a sign that the United States is catching up to the rest of the world in basketball? ROBERT H. WILLIAMS Monterey Park
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 9, 2000
I hope this drought and global warming end soon. I'm freezing to death and I'm soaked to the bone. ROBERT H. WILLIAMS Monterey Park
SPORTS
August 12, 2000
Is Henry Bibby's three-year extension to remain USC's basketball coach a signing or a sentencing? ROBERT H. WILLIAMS Monterey Park
SPORTS
July 28, 2001
If Mike Tyson goes ahead with this fight in Copenhagen, it isn't going to do much to dispel that old saying that there's something rotten in Denmark. Robert H. Williams Monterey Park
SPORTS
July 21, 1989
Robert H. Williams, president of the American Golf Corp., has assumed the additional responsibilities of chief executive officer, succeeding David G. Price, founder of AGC, who retains his title as chairman of the board.
SPORTS
April 7, 2007
Michael Phelps' seven gold medals and five world records in the World Swimming Championships may not make Phelps a rich man, and that's all right. What he did for sports and particularly the United States is priceless. ROBERT H. WILLIAMS Monterey Park
SPORTS
October 2, 2004
If the Trojans are lucky enough to win the rest of their games, and they're all as close as the Stanford game, I may not be around to see it. The guys in white coats will be carrying me away kicking and screaming Robert H. Williams Monterey Park
SPORTS
May 14, 2005
If these European basketball stars leave to play in the NBA, won't that be quite a comedown for them? Robert H. Williams Monterey Park
OPINION
January 2, 2005
Re "NBA Bounces to an Edgy Hip-Hop Beat," Dec. 24: We've bought into this hip-hop culture. This isn't just about NBA basketball. Rap is taking over all aspects of television, music and even our way of life. We've got exactly what we asked for; there is no cure. The only thing we can do is to not be a part of it -- and that's a wrap. Robert H. Williams Monterey Park
SPORTS
October 2, 2004
If the Trojans are lucky enough to win the rest of their games, and they're all as close as the Stanford game, I may not be around to see it. The guys in white coats will be carrying me away kicking and screaming Robert H. Williams Monterey Park
SPORTS
May 3, 2003
The Lakers may have earned their Spurs, but I wish I was sure that they knew what to do with them. Robert H. Williams Monterey Park
SPORTS
December 22, 2001
"Bibby says Trojans are lacking a leader." Translation: Don't expect too much from the Trojans this season. This is about as good as we're going to get. Robert H. Williams Monterey Park
SPORTS
July 28, 2001
If Mike Tyson goes ahead with this fight in Copenhagen, it isn't going to do much to dispel that old saying that there's something rotten in Denmark. Robert H. Williams Monterey Park
SPORTS
August 12, 2006
I noticed that the United States withstood the challenge of Brazil and won, 90-86. Is this a sign that the United States is catching up to the rest of the world in basketball? ROBERT H. WILLIAMS Monterey Park
BUSINESS
February 18, 2001
It looks like it's taps for Bugle Boy ["Bugle Boy Sinks Under Heavy Debt," Feb. 2]. In the military that means lights out. I guess it means the same thing in the business world, except they call it Chapter 11. ROBERT H. WILLIAMS Monterey Park
BUSINESS
February 18, 2001
It looks like it's taps for Bugle Boy ["Bugle Boy Sinks Under Heavy Debt," Feb. 2]. In the military that means lights out. I guess it means the same thing in the business world, except they call it Chapter 11. ROBERT H. WILLIAMS Monterey Park
SPORTS
September 9, 2000
Holy Toledo, Batman, the Trojans may not be Supermen after all. ROBERT H. WILLIAMS Monterey Park So you think the NCAA will suspend those four USC football players who rescued Danielle Dauenhauer for impersonating firemen? Or even worse, if the USC players had been wearing sneakers that they bought at a special discount, they'd still be suspended. TOM SCARPELLI Northridge
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