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November 6, 2013 | By Susan Denley, This post has been corrected as indicated below
Kylie and Kendall Jenner, the youngest sisters in the Kardashian clan, are scheduled to launch their holiday collection for PacSun on Friday with a personal appearance at the Glendale Galleria . The pair are due to meet the public at 11 a.m. at the PacSun store on level two of the shopping center at 2191 Glendale Galleria, Glendale. Only the first 500 people in line will be guaranteed a chance to meet the Jenners and shop the new collection. The collection includes a mix of cropped tees, skirts, a skater dress, hoodie, moto jacket, vegan leather shorts and scarves.
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November 6, 2013 | By Susan Denley, This post has been corrected as indicated below
Kylie and Kendall Jenner, the youngest sisters in the Kardashian clan, are scheduled to launch their holiday collection for PacSun on Friday with a personal appearance at the Glendale Galleria . The pair are due to meet the public at 11 a.m. at the PacSun store on level two of the shopping center at 2191 Glendale Galleria, Glendale. Only the first 500 people in line will be guaranteed a chance to meet the Jenners and shop the new collection. The collection includes a mix of cropped tees, skirts, a skater dress, hoodie, moto jacket, vegan leather shorts and scarves.
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SPORTS
February 19, 2006 | Eric Sondheimer, Eric Sondheimer can be reached at eric.sondheimer@latimes.com.
No one should doubt that 16-year-old catcher Robert Stock of Agoura has a future in baseball, considering the way he blocks pitches in the dirt, throws out baserunners and hits for power. Then again, as a pitcher, he reaches 94 mph on a radar gun. So there is debate as to what will be his best position when he matures into his 6-foot-1, 190-pound teenage body. "I don't think there is a definite answer," he said. "In the next two years, I think I'll get better at both.
SPORTS
February 26, 2012 | By Sam Farmer
Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III didn't throw at the scouting combine -- he will do that at his campus pro day -- but he wowed NFL teams with his blistering-fast 4.41-second 40-yard dash. Maybe his socks had something to do with it. Griffin, you see, is an avid collector of all kinds of socks. You might remember the Superman ones he wore at the Heisman Trophy ceremony, complete with dangling capes. On his first full day at the combine, he wore a pair depicting the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
SPORTS
June 7, 2009 | Gary Klein
At the time, Robert Stock did not consider himself a trailblazer. It has been three years since, at age 16, he decided to skip his senior year at Agoura High to enroll and play baseball at USC -- a move that started a local trend that shows signs of gaining traction elsewhere.
SPORTS
May 27, 2007 | Gary Klein, Times Staff Writer
Robert Stock arrived at USC last August at age 16, a situation that inspired major league ribbing. Baseball teammates good-naturedly called the player who skipped his senior year of high school "Savior" and asked if he needed parental permission to attend an R-rated movie. The 6 foot-3, 190-pound Stock just smiled -- even before he had the braces removed from his teeth in December -- and took it all in stride.
SPORTS
February 26, 2012 | By Sam Farmer
Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III didn't throw at the scouting combine -- he will do that at his campus pro day -- but he wowed NFL teams with his blistering-fast 4.41-second 40-yard dash. Maybe his socks had something to do with it. Griffin, you see, is an avid collector of all kinds of socks. You might remember the Superman ones he wore at the Heisman Trophy ceremony, complete with dangling capes. On his first full day at the combine, he wore a pair depicting the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
SPORTS
August 25, 2006 | Eric Sondheimer, Times Staff Writer
The phone started ringing at 7:30 Wednesday morning at Robert Stock's house in Agoura. When his father, Gregg, picked up, first-year USC baseball Coach Chad Kreuter was on the line with some big news. "He's in," Kreuter said. Stock, 16, who is among the top baseball prospects in the nation, had been accepted to enter an early admissions program at USC.
NEWS
May 3, 1994
My favorite downtime activity has resulted in sprained knees, twisted ankles and broken fingers. It's an activity after which I frequently need more downtime to recover. I play pickup basketball. It satisfies the little voice in the back of my head that nags me to exercise, and the gym provides a place for guys to be guys. But the most compelling reason: Basketball is played almost completely on instinct.
SPORTS
August 14, 2002 | From staff reports
Robert Stock threw a no-hitter with nine strikeouts and Mitchell Halper had three hits, including a home run, to lead Agoura to an 11-1 victory over Taiwan on Tuesday in the championship game of Pony Baseball's Bronco League World Series (ages 11-12) in Monterey. Halper's .833 batting average was the best in series history and helped Agoura finish 24-3 this season.
SPORTS
June 7, 2009 | Gary Klein
At the time, Robert Stock did not consider himself a trailblazer. It has been three years since, at age 16, he decided to skip his senior year at Agoura High to enroll and play baseball at USC -- a move that started a local trend that shows signs of gaining traction elsewhere.
SPORTS
May 27, 2007 | Gary Klein, Times Staff Writer
Robert Stock arrived at USC last August at age 16, a situation that inspired major league ribbing. Baseball teammates good-naturedly called the player who skipped his senior year of high school "Savior" and asked if he needed parental permission to attend an R-rated movie. The 6 foot-3, 190-pound Stock just smiled -- even before he had the braces removed from his teeth in December -- and took it all in stride.
SPORTS
August 25, 2006 | Eric Sondheimer, Times Staff Writer
The phone started ringing at 7:30 Wednesday morning at Robert Stock's house in Agoura. When his father, Gregg, picked up, first-year USC baseball Coach Chad Kreuter was on the line with some big news. "He's in," Kreuter said. Stock, 16, who is among the top baseball prospects in the nation, had been accepted to enter an early admissions program at USC.
SPORTS
February 19, 2006 | Eric Sondheimer, Eric Sondheimer can be reached at eric.sondheimer@latimes.com.
No one should doubt that 16-year-old catcher Robert Stock of Agoura has a future in baseball, considering the way he blocks pitches in the dirt, throws out baserunners and hits for power. Then again, as a pitcher, he reaches 94 mph on a radar gun. So there is debate as to what will be his best position when he matures into his 6-foot-1, 190-pound teenage body. "I don't think there is a definite answer," he said. "In the next two years, I think I'll get better at both.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 13, 1997
Robert M. Stock may have a passion for the pigskin (Letters, July 6), but his clarification regarding NCAA rules for kickers was, one might say, wide to the left. The practice of allowing place-kickers to utilize a tee for extra points and field goals was outlawed several years ago. As one who still likes to head out to the high school field with a bag of balls, tee and soccer shoes for some invigorating practice sessions, I must point out that the tee is the kicker's best friend. Have you ever tried to ask anyone to go out and "hold" for you?
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 15, 1994 | ALAN EYERLY
Seven members of the Police Department were honored Thursday at the 31st annual Police Awards Luncheon for outstanding service during 1993. The Costa Mesa Chamber of Commerce sponsored the community event. Robert Phillips, an 18-year veteran, was honored as Officer of the Year, said Barbara Scott, secretary to Police Chief David L. Snowden. Phillips "closed more of his cases than anybody else" last year while working as a detective, Scott said.
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