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May 27, 1991 | ALLAN MALAMUD
Nobody thought the Lakers could play better or the Trail Blazers worse than in Game 3. Well, they did in Game 4. . . . How early did the Lakers lock this one up? Chick Hearn put it in the fridge in the third quarter. . . . Those aren't raindrops in Portland, they're teardrops. . . . The Lakers are smarter than the Trail Blazers. . . . You knew Portland was in trouble when the Lakers extended their lead from 12 points to 17 while Magic Johnson was sitting out 2:49 of the second quarter. . . .
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May 19, 1994 | BETTIJANE LEVINE, LOS ANGELES TIMES
David Schwacher, Pamela Pitcher and Samuel Rhone graduated from the Los Angeles Police Academy last May, after completing 30 weeks of training. They spent most of the next year on probation in the L.A. Police Department, working with special officers who trained them to do in real-life situations what they had learned to do at the academy. In March, the three finished probation and became full-fledged members of the force.
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October 7, 1993 | S.J. DIAMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Pamela Pitcher, Samuel Rhone and David Schwacher are rookie L.A. cops on their first assignments at a time when tension on the streets is high and morale within the police department is low. Since the beating of Rodney King more than 2 1/2 years ago, the LAPD has faced public criticism and scrutiny, riots, a wave of reforms and new leadership, and the trials and impending imprisonment of former colleagues.
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May 3, 1993 | S. J. DIAMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was one of the smallest classes in recent years--only 27 entered the Los Angeles Police Academy last September. Now, after 30 weeks of training, they've graduated and joined the Los Angeles Police Department as rookie officers. From the outset, it was a select group. The academy sees 3,500 applicants a year; perhaps two in a hundred qualify for acceptance. This class included 20 men (six Anglo, four African-American, eight Latino, two Asian) and six women (five Anglo, one Asian).
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