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September 28, 1996 | Bill Plaschke
The voice is small for a presence so large. "Is there, uh, going to be a picture?" "A what?" "A picture. Is this story going to have my picture?" Russell Shaw has never had a picture before. Never even had a story before, truth be told. This University of Michigan junior wide receiver will enter his campus stadium today before more than 100,000 fans and jog smack into his hometown team from UCLA. Later, he will probably run at least one touchdown route around his hometown players.
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February 18, 2006
vs. Chicago, 7:30, FSN West 2 Site -- Staples Center. Radio -- 690. Records -- Avengers 1-2, Rush 1-2. Record vs. Rush (2005) -- 1-1. Update -- The Avengers have lost two games in a row but are in a four-way tie for first place in the Western Division. Brian Mann is expected to start at quarterback after Ryan Van Dyke, who got the call in a 66-41 loss at Grand Rapids a week ago, was released early in the week. Receiver Kevin Ingram has scored six of the Avengers' 13 touchdowns.
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February 18, 2006
vs. Chicago, 7:30, FSN West 2 Site -- Staples Center. Radio -- 690. Records -- Avengers 1-2, Rush 1-2. Record vs. Rush (2005) -- 1-1. Update -- The Avengers have lost two games in a row but are in a four-way tie for first place in the Western Division. Brian Mann is expected to start at quarterback after Ryan Van Dyke, who got the call in a 66-41 loss at Grand Rapids a week ago, was released early in the week. Receiver Kevin Ingram has scored six of the Avengers' 13 touchdowns.
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September 28, 1996 | Bill Plaschke
The voice is small for a presence so large. "Is there, uh, going to be a picture?" "A what?" "A picture. Is this story going to have my picture?" Russell Shaw has never had a picture before. Never even had a story before, truth be told. This University of Michigan junior wide receiver will enter his campus stadium today before more than 100,000 fans and jog smack into his hometown team from UCLA. Later, he will probably run at least one touchdown route around his hometown players.
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November 28, 1987 | Associated Press
Russell Shaw, longtime Secretary for Public Affairs of the U.S. Catholic Conference and American bishops, is leaving the post Tuesday to become public information director for the Knights of Columbus, a Catholic fraternal organization.
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February 6, 1990
Russell Shaw ("Slouching Toward a Religious Levy," Editorial Page, Jan. 27) is put out with the media because they "yawned" at the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to tax the sale of religious items. I yawn at several of Shaw's points. First, his contention that parochial schools do a better job than public schools is his opinion, to which he is entitled. It is not a fact.
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September 24, 1995 | STEVE KRESAL
Early on, Fullerton gave every indication it could hang with highly ranked El Camino, but in the end the Warriors pulled away. El Camino, ranked sixth in the nation by the J.C. Grid-Wire, won, 49-34, Saturday at El Camino. Fullerton held leads of 7-0, 14-7, and, 24-21, but trailed at the half, 28-24. The game turned in El Camino's favor on some strong work by the defense. Fullerton trailed, 35-24, late in the third quarter but had a first down at the El Camino three.
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October 1, 1995
El Camino 66, Golden West 14--El Camino's Saladin McCullough rushed 14 times for 225 yards and five touchdowns. Russell Shaw caught three touchdown passes from quarterback Frank Ramirez. Ramirez finished with 274 yards passing; Shaw had 184 receiving yards for El Camino (3-0). El Camino had 655 yards in total offense. Palomar 28, Saddleback 0--Quarterback Chris Keldorf completed 24 passes for 259 yards and one touchdown for Palomar (2-1) at Saddleback.
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July 7, 2002 | Mike Terry
The Avengers will need another week to secure a home game in the Arena Football League playoffs. On Saturday, Los Angeles lost to Arizona, 52-46, in overtime when Rattler quarterback Sherdrick Bonner scrambled five yards for a touchdown before 13,120 at Staples Center. The Avengers trailed, 46-38, but rallied to tie the score at the end of regulation. Quarterback Tony Graziani took the snap with two seconds remaining and found Greg Hopkins for a two-yard touchdown pass.
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January 2, 1997 | From Associated Press
Alabama's Dwayne Rudd returned a fourth-quarter interception 88 yards for a touchdown and 16th-ranked Alabama closed out the Gene Stallings era with a 17-14 victory over No. 15 Michigan in the Outback Bowl on Wednesday. Michigan (8-4) was threatening to build on a 6-3 lead in the fourth quarter when Alabama's Kelvin Sigler hit Brian Griese as the quarterback released a pass.
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January 13, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
In what is believed to be the first case of its kind in the United States, a Catholic bishop has obtained a court order blocking abortion procedures by an organization that had received licenses to perform such operations. The New York State Health Department on Friday had given permission to Planned Parenthood to start performing abortions at its two clinics in Albany, citing an unmet need in the area for out-of-hospital abortion services.
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December 22, 1997 | CHRIS DUFRESNE
Top-ranked Michigan is 11-0 and favored to beat Washington State, but that won't stop Wolverine Coach Lloyd Carr from putting his spin on the game. "One thing that fires up Mike Price is my bowl record," Carr said. "It's horrible. I'm 0 and two." Carr, finishing his third season as coach, directed bowl losses in 1995 (Alamo, Texas A&M) and 1996 (Outback, Alabama). * Price had a lot of time to think up this gem upon arrival in Los Angeles this weekend.
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