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July 15, 1999 | DAN ARRITT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There haven't been many happy moments for Robert Lynn as a member of the U.S. national water polo team. But he had a big smile after scoring two goals in a 22-1 victory over Mexico in the opening round of the UPS Cup Wednesday at Corona del Mar High. "This is like the happiest tournament I've had in the last six years because I'm playing in front of my parents," Lynn said. "My grandmother is 90 years old and she hasn't seen me play in the last six or seven years."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 29, 2000
Robert Lynn Batts Tobin, 66, nationally known art collector and patron of the arts. Born in San Antonio, he was the son of Earl Gardiner Tobin, a World War I pilot who went on to found an aerial mapping company. The firm, which became known worldwide for its pioneering mapping techniques using aerial photography, was the only one of its kind through much of the 1930s and '40s.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 29, 2000
Robert Lynn Batts Tobin, 66, nationally known art collector and patron of the arts. Born in San Antonio, he was the son of Earl Gardiner Tobin, a World War I pilot who went on to found an aerial mapping company. The firm, which became known worldwide for its pioneering mapping techniques using aerial photography, was the only one of its kind through much of the 1930s and '40s.
SPORTS
July 15, 1999 | DAN ARRITT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There haven't been many happy moments for Robert Lynn as a member of the U.S. national water polo team. But he had a big smile after scoring two goals in a 22-1 victory over Mexico in the opening round of the UPS Cup Wednesday at Corona del Mar High. "This is like the happiest tournament I've had in the last six years because I'm playing in front of my parents," Lynn said. "My grandmother is 90 years old and she hasn't seen me play in the last six or seven years."
SPORTS
September 10, 1987
Though Corona Del Mar's Jeff Oeding scored one goal and Long Beach's Robert Lynn scored two others, the United States lost to Cuba, 9-6, Wednesday in the second round of the World Junior Water Polo Championships at Sao Paulo, Brazil. Goals were also scored by two other Californians--Alex Roqsseau of Santa Monica, Kirk Everist of Orinda.
NEWS
June 24, 1985
A man suspected in the sexual assault and stabbing of a 10-year-old boy abducted as he bicycled to a toy store in Redlands was arrested in Mexico, police said. Robert Lynn Currie, 22, was picked up by Mexican State Judicial Police as he got off a bus, and was being held until investigators can return him to Riverside County for booking.
SPORTS
July 14, 1986
The U.S. water polo team lost to West Germany, 8-7, Saturday in the final of the Eight National Junior Tournament in Mulhouse, France. The Americans were paced by Robert Lynn of Long Beach, Thomas Popp of San Jose and Kirk Everist of Orinda, Calif., with two goals apiece. Jeff Oeding, who graduated from Corona del Mar High School and now attends Stanford, added one goal. In the third-place match, Italy defeated Greece, 12-9.
SPORTS
May 4, 1991 | DICK WAGNER
Loaded with the sport's best players, Studio City's Harvard Foundation and Newport Beach won two easy games Friday in the U.S. Water Polo Men's Outdoor National Championships at Cal State Long Beach. Harvard, which has seven players on the national team, got six goals from former USC star Robert Lynn in a 17-3 victory over Sunset. And 11 Harvard players scored in a 21-5 victory over Malibu, a team composed of Pepperdine players.
SPORTS
May 5, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Newport Beach and Harvard Foundation of Studio City appeared headed for the finals of the United States Water Polo Men's Outdoor National Championships after they each won two more games at Cal State Long Beach. The title game is today at 3 p.m. at Cal State Long Beach. Mike Evans, who was on the 1988 Olympic team, scored seven goals as Newport defeated Beach, 10-6, and Olympic Club, 11-7.
SPORTS
August 12, 1990
The Harvard Water Polo Foundation club swept to victories over the Malibu Water Polo Club and the New York Athletic Club on Saturday to reach the semifinals of a national tournament in Seattle. Harvard rolled past Malibu, 17-8, on three-goal performances from Kirk Everist and Robert Lynn. Craig Wilson, a two-time Olympic silver medalist with the U. S. national team, turned back 10 shots in goal for Harvard. In the second game, Jeff Chase scored six goals to pace a 13-9 win over the NYAC.
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August 10, 2000 | From Staff Reports
Tony Azevedo of Long Beach became the youngest Olympian on the U.S. men's water polo team since 1972 when Coach John Vargas announced the 13-member team for the Sydney Games on Wednesday. Azevedo, 18, who led Long Beach Wilson High to four consecutive Southern Section Division I championships, joins a mostly veteran group of players that includes six holdovers from a U.S. team that placed seventh in the 1996 Atlanta Games.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 11, 1986
Continuing a 20-year fund-raising tradition, the KCET Women's Council has presented $150,000 to KCET Channel 28, the Los Angeles public television station. Alice Coulombe, retiring president of the council, made the presentation to Kyhl S. Smeby, chairman of the board of directors of KCET Channel 28.
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