October 29, 1996 |
With only three wrestling programs in Orange County--Cypress, Golden West and Rancho Santiago--it isn't very often they meet in an important match. But such is the case this week when Golden West travels to Rancho Santiago for a South Coast Conference showdown at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in Santa Ana. Golden West (11-1) is in first place in the conference with a 4-0 record. Rancho Santiago (3-1) is tied for second with Palomar and Cerritos.
January 9, 1991 |
At 5 feet 5 and 115 pounds, Chris Warren, 27, looks more suited to riding a racehorse than rolling a bowling ball for a living. Fellow pros affectionately call him "Squeaky" because of his highpitched Texas twang, which fans heard very little of until last year. After five hard-to-make-a-buck years, Warren finally landed in the limelight on the national tournament tour of the Pro Bowlers Assn. He finished 1990 with the most individual titles--four--and was second in earnings, with $197,185.
October 20, 2000 |
Marlon Lopez of Los Angeles won a bronze medal in the men's judo 146-pound weight class today during the first full day of competition in the Paralympics at Sydney, Australia. Lopez, a native of Guatemala, lost his opening match to Russia's Oleg Chabachov. However, Lopez got a second chance because of judo's repechage system, which gives defeated competitors the opportunity to face one another and reenter the medal field.
August 30, 2000 |
Mervyn Penniston of Trinidad and Jaime De La Torre of Zacatecas, Mexico, will fight for the WBC Latin American-Caribbean super-middleweight championship on Sept. 16 at the Castaic Brick Yard. Penniston and De La Torre, who trains out of El Monte, each have seven knockouts. Two experienced lightweights, Justin Juuko of Masaka, Uganda, and Alejandro Jiminez of Canoga Park, will meet in an eight-round bout.
August 4, 1994 |
Goodwill Games gold medalists Karolyn Kirby and Liz Masakayan defeated Barbra Fontana and Lori Kotas-Forsythe, 15-9, to win the Long Beach Volleyfest 1994 women's pro beach tournament Sunday on the downtown Promenade. Kirby and Masakayan, who shared the $9,400 first prize, have won 10 of 12 events on the Women's Professional Volleyball Assn. tour this season and 22 of their last 24 competitions over two years. * Artesia High volleyball player Julia Christina will attend Cal State Los Angeles.
January 17, 1995
Charles C. Reed, executive vice president of insurance company Alexander & Alexander of California, has been elected 1995 chairman of the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce. Sixteen new directors were also elected. The 72-member board now has 12 female directors and more than 20% ethnic representation. The new chamber directors are Peter K. Barker of Goldman, Sachs & Co.; C.M. Crawford, GTE California; Edward G. Harshfield, California Federal Bank; Maria D.
June 5, 1986
RIVERSIDE COUNTY Supervisor District 2 Melba Dunlap, inc. 10,199 Sam Digati 7,231 Thomas J. Watson 5,372 David L. Russell 1,099 District 4 Patricia Larson, inc. 17,164 Dave Lutes 8,049 District 5 Norton Younglove, inc. 14,630 Edwin G. Shepard 5,520 Carmen Cox 4,421 Donovan E. Bee 2,463 Edward Rasmussen 2,126 W.A. Meyer 1,153 Auditor-Controller Anthony Bellanca, Jr. 72,733 Walter Andrews 42,689 Coroner & Public Administrator Raymond L. Carrillo 40,168 Carl B. Smith Jr. 33,787 R.M.
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November 11, 1998 |
Los Angeles Councilman Nate Holden alleged Tuesday that he and his son, the mayor of Pasadena, were asked for a bribe by a Sheriff's Department official who said the money would make an unlawful sex case against the lawmaker's daughter-in-law "go away." The councilman said he and his son, Chris Holden, were solicited for an undisclosed sum of money by a lieutenant at a Pasadena restaurant three months ago.
November 4, 1998 |
Hype Williams' "Belly" starts its story of lifelong pals turned drug dealers at a provocative point--the pinnacle of their success. Tommy Brown (DMX) and Sincere (Nas) grew up in the projects in Queens, but now live in Long Island splendor. First Sincere and finally Tommy begin to examine their lives, which is requiring them to take greater risks by peddling increasingly dangerous drugs.