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November 9, 2002
Re "U.S. Names 4 Countries Hiding Smallpox Virus," Nov. 5: During a biology class discussion about vaccinations (at San Jacinto High School) I was surprised to find that quite a few of my students reported that they had been inoculated for smallpox and had the scars to prove it. More than one student told me with authority that the presence of the scar is how they can tell if a Mexican American was born in Mexico or the U.S. I remember trying unsuccessfully...
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OPINION
November 9, 2002
Re "U.S. Names 4 Countries Hiding Smallpox Virus," Nov. 5: During a biology class discussion about vaccinations (at San Jacinto High School) I was surprised to find that quite a few of my students reported that they had been inoculated for smallpox and had the scars to prove it. More than one student told me with authority that the presence of the scar is how they can tell if a Mexican American was born in Mexico or the U.S. I remember trying unsuccessfully...
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SPORTS
May 27, 1994 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Man cannot live on golf alone, so when San Jacinto High School officials offered Herb Hill the head football coaching job this week, Hill's instincts steered him back to his natural habitat--the sideline. Retirement and the world of fairways, sand traps and putting greens no longer seemed to suit Hill, who spent 28 years as Loara's coach before stepping down in 1989.
SPORTS
May 27, 1994 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Man cannot live on golf alone, so when San Jacinto High School officials offered Herb Hill the head football coaching job this week, Hill's instincts steered him back to his natural habitat--the sideline. Retirement and the world of fairways, sand traps and putting greens no longer seemed to suit Hill, who spent 28 years as Loara's coach before stepping down in 1989.
SPORTS
May 25, 1994 | CHRIS FOSTER
Herb Hill, Orange County's second-winningest high school football coach, said he has accepted the coaching position at San Jacinto High School. Hill was 191-11-11 during his 31 years as a coach, 28 years at Loara and three at Rancho Alamitos. He retired after the 1989 season. Dick Hill is the county's winningest coach, with a record of 196-87-3. He was recently hired to coach at Orange. Herb Hill takes over a program that has won only one game in the last three seasons.
SPORTS
January 7, 2001
Events in the region today include: SWIMMING College, men and women: 10 a.m.--CS Northridge, Pepperdine in UC Irvine Invitational. Events in the region Monday include: BASKETBALL College, men: 7 p.m.--Antelope Valley at Mt. San Jacinto. High school, boys: 7 p.m.--Simi Valley at Agoura; Providence at Bell-Jeff; 7:30 p.m.--Crespi at Chaminade; Loyola at St. Francis; Rio Hondo Prep at Flintridge Prep; 8 p.m.--Notre Dame vs. Alemany at L.A. Baptist High. High school, girls: 2:30 p.m.
NEWS
July 28, 2000 | TERENCE MONMANEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The 18 teenagers who participated in a prank with racially offensive overtones at Palm Springs High School last month will not be charged with a crime, the Riverside County district attorney's office said Thursday. "We have insufficient evidence to support the filing of criminal charges," said Deputy Dist. Atty. Richard Erwood. "We don't know who did what." The incident, which has stirred controversy in Palm Springs, occurred after midnight 12 days before commencement.
NEWS
June 8, 2000 | From Associated Press
Sixteen seniors have been suspended and denied graduation privileges for allegedly scrawling racial slurs and stringing up a dead cat at Palm Springs High School. Police are investigating the incident as a hate crime, which is a felony, Officer Pete Rode said Wednesday. Racial epithets apparently were directed at Principal Ricky Wright, who is black. Besides "Class of 2000" writings on windows, swastikas were drawn with white shoe polish.
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