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June 21, 1990 | ADAM STEINHAUER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Thirteen-year-old Robyn King's friends and teammates at the Mission Viejo Gymnastics Club don't share her love for the balance beam. But that's not unusual, according to King's coach, Barbara Davis. "Few gymnasts actually enjoy beam," Davis said. "If you watch gymnastics, no one ever smiles when they're doing beam."
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December 2, 1995 | ROBYN NORWOOD
The phone has been ringing off the hook in Baltimore. The calls from Anaheim have come for Alex Hicks, Viacheslav Butsayev, Dwayne Norris, Sean Pronger. None of them were Ducks a year ago. All of them are in the NHL now. Chances are Mike Maneluk or J.F. Jomphe is next, as the Mighty Ducks' injury epidemic sends General Manager Jack Ferreira to the phone again. As of Friday night, Steven King was still waiting.
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December 2, 1995 | ROBYN NORWOOD
The phone has been ringing off the hook in Baltimore. The calls from Anaheim have come for Alex Hicks, Viacheslav Butsayev, Dwayne Norris, Sean Pronger. None of them were Ducks a year ago. All of them are in the NHL now. Chances are Mike Maneluk or J.F. Jomphe is next, as the Mighty Ducks' injury epidemic sends General Manager Jack Ferreira to the phone again. As of Friday night, Steven King was still waiting.
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June 21, 1990 | ADAM STEINHAUER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Thirteen-year-old Robyn King's friends and teammates at the Mission Viejo Gymnastics Club don't share her love for the balance beam. But that's not unusual, according to King's coach, Barbara Davis. "Few gymnasts actually enjoy beam," Davis said. "If you watch gymnastics, no one ever smiles when they're doing beam."
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January 11, 1998
Josh Giles' last-second, three-point attempt hit the front of the rim as Concordia fell to Caldwell (N.J.), 55-53, in overtime of the championship game of the Concordia men's basketball tournament. Concordia (9-8) also squandered an opportunity near the end of regulation. With the score tied 46-46, Caldwell (11-1) turned the ball over with six seconds left. But Concordia could not get a shot off before time expired. In overtime, Brian Tonkovich scored five of Caldwell's nine points.
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January 19, 2003 | Rick Bass, Rick Bass is active in Yaak Valley environmental causes and is author, most recently, of "The Hermit's Story."
In the rain forest of northwest Montana's Kootenai National Forest, hidden from public view, sits a mountain with no top. Its peak was sacrificed to the W.R. Grace & Co. vermiculite mine, which once supplied 80% of the world's ore for the manufacture of asbestos. Seen from the air, the dug-out mountain looks like a massive, suppurating sore, with pustulous yellow tailings spreading down through a poisoned, dying forest.
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