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April 29, 1993 | MARTHA L. WILLMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Children alternately squealed, giggled and screamed as a plucky little terrier bounced balloons, rolled a tin can with its nose and snapped at floating bubbles Tuesday in "The Land of Oz." The fluffy gray dog was obviously the hit of the show. "I liked it when the dog popped the balloons," said 7-year-old Catherine Oh, who reacted with delight, fear and wonder with more than 100 other youngsters at an unusual live theater performance at the Glendale Young Women's Christian Assn.
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August 1, 1988 | BOB SECTER, Times Staff Writer
Even in these jaded times, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, that peppery suffragette and abolitionist, can still get a rise out of people. She appeared here the other day at her rabble-rousing best, under a big canvas tent at the foot of the Black Hills, expounding on her most radical notions to a few hundred of the local folks: proposing giving women the vote, granting them property rights, letting them divorce drunken husbands. She even took a swipe at organized religion.
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December 26, 1990 | ERIC HARRISON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It is peaceful here, in the charnel quiet of a new day. Snow blankets the hills, now as then. The sun is shining. Listen: from the valley to the west, faintly, the lowing of cattle, the barking of dogs. Even closer: the echo of what happened here. Beside Chankpe Opi Wakpala--a creek called Wounded Knee--more than 200 people died 100 years ago, many of them women and children. The sacred Ghost Dance did not save them. Whether what happened was a battle or massacre will perhaps be debated forever.
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