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October 6, 1990
Rudy L. Vejar, who won four Emmy Awards for his direction of "The Young and the Restless," has died in Burbank. He was 57. Vejar died Wednesday of complications of lung problems, his wife, Polly Jo Baker-Vejar, said. Born Jan. 9, 1933, in East Los Angeles, he graduated from Cathedral High School in Los Angeles. After earning a bachelor's degree in music from USC, he began touring nationwide as a singer and actor and performed on Broadway in "Guys and Dolls" and "Kismet."
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October 6, 1990
Rudy L. Vejar, who won four Emmy Awards for his direction of "The Young and the Restless," has died in Burbank. He was 57. Vejar died Wednesday of complications of lung problems, his wife, Polly Jo Baker-Vejar, said. Born Jan. 9, 1933, in East Los Angeles, he graduated from Cathedral High School in Los Angeles. After earning a bachelor's degree in music from USC, he began touring nationwide as a singer and actor and performed on Broadway in "Guys and Dolls" and "Kismet."
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September 25, 1994 | COREY LYONS
Fullerton, plagued by 10 penalties and four turnovers, held off a late Magnolia rally and defeated the Sentinels, 14-12, in a nonleague game Saturday at Glover Stadium. Christopher Young, Fullerton's 165-pound running back, rushed for 109 yards in 20 carries, including a second-quarter touchdown run that gave the Indians the lead for good. In the first quarter, Fullerton (2-1) survived three turnovers and five penalties, one of which negated a 98-yard kickoff return for a touchdown by Young.
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August 30, 1995
FULLERTON 1994 RECORDS: OVERALL: 7-4 LEAGUE: 3-2 COACH: Julian Smilowitz RECORD AT SCHOOL: 11-20 RETURNING STARTERS: OFF: 4 DEF: 8 *--* TOP RETURNERS OFF DEF YR Gabriel Almanza, 6-1, 180 QB -- Sr. Tyler Brickell, 6-4, 210 -- DE Sr. David Brookman, 6-5, 220 TE -- Jr. Joseph Emigh, 6-0, 210 RB LB Jr. Tim Henderson, 6-2, 215 -- DL Sr. Chad Lukkes, 6-4, 210 QB DB Sr. Mario Ramirez, 5-10, 180 -- LB Sr. Rudy Vejar, 5-10, 165 -- DB Sr. John Wilkie, 5-10, 185 -- LB Sr.
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July 18, 1986 | LEE MARGULIES, Times Staff Writer
A parade of last year's winners marched to the podium again Thursday at the 13th annual Daytime Emmy Awards, led by "The Young and the Restless" as the best soap opera. Other 1985 Emmy winners that also became 1986 winners were "Sesame Street" as best children's series, Dick Clark as best game show host for "The $25,000 Pyramid," Phil Donahue as best talk show host for "Donahue," and, for the fourth year in a row, "The $25,000 Pyramid" as best game show.
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May 12, 1989 | DIANE HAITHMAN, Times Staff Writer
NBC's "Santa Barbara," which won the Emmy last year as TV's best daytime soap opera, led the field again Thursday as nominations for the 16th annual daytime awards were announced by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. "Santa Barbara" captured 13 nominations to nose out CBS' "As the World Turns" with 12 and CBS' "The Young and the Restless" with 10. ABC's "All My Children" garnered seven nominations. All four were nominated as outstanding drama series, along with CBS' "Guiding Light" and ABC's "General Hospital."
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