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March 1, 1989 | LARRY NISTA, Times Staff Writer
At one time, there was almost no room for Scott Ferguson in the Whittier Christian High School basketball program. When Ferguson was a 6-foot, 170-pound freshman, Bob Brown, then freshman coach, stretched the team a little to allow him to remain as a third-string center. "Coach came to me and said, 'We'd like to keep you if you want to practice and get better, but you might not get much playing time,' " Ferguson said. "My best friends were on the team, so I stayed and stuck with it."
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May 18, 1997
In attempting to attribute a deeper meaning to Mark Catesby's illustration of a bald eagle and a hawk, Suzanne Muchnic has gifted the British illustrator with a level of precognition not granted to most mortals ("Painting in a New World," May 4). For how else could Catesby have known that the bald eagle would become our republic's national symbol some 33 years after his death? Thank goodness for Catesby that Ben Franklin's suggestion that the wild turkey be adopted as the national symbol was not passed.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 22, 1985
Five new members have been appointed to the board of trustees of the Museum of Photographic Arts, said Carol Randolph, board president. They are Scott Ferguson, G. Steve Hamm, Barbara Mandel, Ted Odmark and James K. Sterrett II. They will serve varying terms of two and three years.
SPORTS
March 7, 1989 | CHRIS FOSTER, Times Staff Writer
After Saturday's Southern Section 2-AA championship game, Paul McKinley of Whittier Christian High School was quick to hand out the credit. "We decided to get the ball to Ferg and let him do his thing," McDaniel said. "Ferg" is Scott Ferguson, the Heralds' 6-foot-7 center, who finished with 18 points, 13 rebounds and three blocked shots.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 18, 1997
In attempting to attribute a deeper meaning to Mark Catesby's illustration of a bald eagle and a hawk, Suzanne Muchnic has gifted the British illustrator with a level of precognition not granted to most mortals ("Painting in a New World," May 4). For how else could Catesby have known that the bald eagle would become our republic's national symbol some 33 years after his death? Thank goodness for Catesby that Ben Franklin's suggestion that the wild turkey be adopted as the national symbol was not passed.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 10, 1988
It always amuses me to read letters from people complaining about the supposedly undeserving success of various entertainment personalities. A case in point is the letter from Kay Klein (Calendar Letters, Jan. 3). Klein obviously dislikes David Letterman, and, of course, she is entitled to that opinion. She wonders how his show could possibly survive for 8 years. Well, it's quite simple. He is so good at what he does, so smooth, so effortless, that people like Klein think anybody could do it. Why do you think he never has guest hosts a la Carson?
SPORTS
March 7, 1989 | CHRIS FOSTER, Times Staff Writer
After Saturday's Southern Section 2-AA championship game, Paul McKinley of Whittier Christian High School was quick to hand out the credit. "We decided to get the ball to Ferg and let him do his thing," McDaniel said. "Ferg" is Scott Ferguson, the Heralds' 6-foot-7 center, who finished with 18 points, 13 rebounds and three blocked shots.
SPORTS
April 16, 1999 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
The Ducks recalled Scott Ferguson to bolster their depth on defense Thursday. Ferguson had four goals and 35 points in 78 games for Cincinnati of the American Hockey League. Ferguson assisted on Tomas Sandstrom's first-period goal for his first NHL point.
SPORTS
February 16, 1989
Whittier Christian High School defeated Aquinas, 70-62, in the first round of the Southern Section 2-AA basketball playoffs Wednesday night at Whittier Christian. Scott Ferguson had 21 points and 10 rebounds and Paul McKinley added 19 points and 11 rebounds for Whittier Christian (19-6). Aquinas ends its season 13-11.
SPORTS
January 23, 1988
Erik Martin had 28 points and 16 rebounds to lead Whittier Christian High School to a 91-57 victory over Ontario Christian Friday night in an Olympic League game at Whittier Christian. The Heralds (11-5 overall, 5-1 in the league) outscored the Knights, 28-7, in the first quarter and were never challenged. Scott Ferguson had 14 points and 10 rebounds for Whittier Christian. Dave Blaun scored 12 points for Ontario Christian.
SPORTS
March 1, 1989 | LARRY NISTA, Times Staff Writer
At one time, there was almost no room for Scott Ferguson in the Whittier Christian High School basketball program. When Ferguson was a 6-foot, 170-pound freshman, Bob Brown, then freshman coach, stretched the team a little to allow him to remain as a third-string center. "Coach came to me and said, 'We'd like to keep you if you want to practice and get better, but you might not get much playing time,' " Ferguson said. "My best friends were on the team, so I stayed and stuck with it."
ENTERTAINMENT
January 10, 1988
It always amuses me to read letters from people complaining about the supposedly undeserving success of various entertainment personalities. A case in point is the letter from Kay Klein (Calendar Letters, Jan. 3). Klein obviously dislikes David Letterman, and, of course, she is entitled to that opinion. She wonders how his show could possibly survive for 8 years. Well, it's quite simple. He is so good at what he does, so smooth, so effortless, that people like Klein think anybody could do it. Why do you think he never has guest hosts a la Carson?
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 22, 1985
Five new members have been appointed to the board of trustees of the Museum of Photographic Arts, said Carol Randolph, board president. They are Scott Ferguson, G. Steve Hamm, Barbara Mandel, Ted Odmark and James K. Sterrett II. They will serve varying terms of two and three years.
NEWS
March 2, 1989
Whittier Christian High School will try for its first CIF championship at 12:30 p.m. Saturday when it plays Banning High of Riverside County in the Division 2-AA title game at the Los Angeles Sports Arena. The Heralds, coached by Bob Brown, have a 21-6 record. They are led by forward Paul McKinley, who is averaging 17.6 points a game, and 6-foot-7 center Scott Ferguson, who is averaging 13.9.
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