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July 20, 1990 | ADAM STEINHAUER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Robert Myles, a fourth-year medical student, has had intimate experience with the type of injuries he hopes to deal with someday as an orthopedic surgeon. Myles, the AAU national heavyweight karate champion, has a different perspective on broken bones than most of his UC Irvine classmates. "Once, I fractured my bone . . . and everybody heard my foot snap," said Myles, 26. "But my instructor wouldn't let me stop fighting until it was time to stop fighting.
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July 20, 1990 | ADAM STEINHAUER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Robert Myles, a fourth-year medical student, has had intimate experience with the type of injuries he hopes to deal with someday as an orthopedic surgeon. Myles, the AAU national heavyweight karate champion, has a different perspective on broken bones than most of his UC Irvine classmates. "Once, I fractured my bone . . . and everybody heard my foot snap," said Myles, 26. "But my instructor wouldn't let me stop fighting until it was time to stop fighting.
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May 22, 1994 | KIRBY LEE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A botched handoff didn't prevent the Dorsey High boys' 1,600-meter relay team from winning its heat in the City Section semifinals at Birmingham High last week. And barring another major mishap, nothing stands in Dorsey's path for its second-consecutive City team title in the finals Thursday at Birmingham. The Dons led all schools with 12 qualifiers, including both relays, in the semifinals. Birmingham, last year's runner-up, had 11. "It ain't going to be close," Dorsey senior Leo Settle said.
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