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September 17, 2000 | SUSAN SALTER REYNOLDS
Famously persnickety, Elizabeth David, like her contemporary M.F.K. Fisher, wrote cookbooks that offer more than recipes. They offer inspiration, a fuel burned by the head of any household in copious amounts. Cooking is so often done for ungrateful audiences on a tight budget. It requires spirit and willfulness and a secret sense of luxury--a fantasy life.
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July 25, 1990 | MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Orange County Fire Department on Tuesday awarded four young men Certificates of Valor, the county's highest honor, for rescuing a brother and sister whose car had overturned and caught fire. "There is no doubt that by their quick thinking and heroic actions they saved the victims from serious burns, if not death," Orange County Fire Capt. Dan Young said in a prepared statement.
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July 25, 1990 | MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Orange County Fire Department on Tuesday awarded four young men Certificates of Valor, the county's highest honor, for rescuing a brother and sister whose car had overturned and caught fire. "There is no doubt that by their quick thinking and heroic actions they saved the victims from serious burns, if not death," Orange County Fire Capt. Dan Young said in a prepared statement.
SPORTS
March 17, 1989
David Swank, the interim president of the University of Oklahoma, has asked for the resignation of Oklahoma assistant football coach Scott Hill, according to published reports. The Daily Oklahoman reported in today's editions that a member of the university's board of regents said Swank asked for the resignation because of Hill's role in the NCAA violations that led to a three-year probation for the Oklahoma football program.
SPORTS
June 22, 1989 | From Associated Press
Gary Gibbs officially took over as football coach at the University of Oklahoma Wednesday but the controversy generated by the program under longtime Coach Barry Switzer continued. On a day that the Dallas Times Herald was reporting that the school had dropped plans to give Switzer a lie-detector test when he resigned, and that former assistant coach Scott Hill had become the target of an FBI drug investigation, university regents meeting in Oklahoma City approved Gibbs' hiring and gave Switzer a $225,000 settlement.
BOOKS
September 17, 2000 | SUSAN SALTER REYNOLDS
Famously persnickety, Elizabeth David, like her contemporary M.F.K. Fisher, wrote cookbooks that offer more than recipes. They offer inspiration, a fuel burned by the head of any household in copious amounts. Cooking is so often done for ungrateful audiences on a tight budget. It requires spirit and willfulness and a secret sense of luxury--a fantasy life.
SPORTS
December 20, 1988 | Associated Press
The University of Oklahoma football program, which has won six national championships, was handed a 3-year probation Monday for repeated recruiting violations that National Collegiate Athletic Assn. officials said the school should have controlled.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 2, 1995 | Sandy Masuo
At times on Skid Row's first album in four years it seems as if only the force of will--and the concrete rhythm section--keeps the songs from flying apart at the seams. At other times, the band generates the same intensity with only half the decibels. Sebastian Bach's fierce vocals can turn on a dime, from bristling softness to nasty, sinewy rasping that swaggers with the groove.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 27, 1988
A sailor who slit his former roommate's throat and left his body in Pine Valley was sentenced Tuesday to 26 years to life in state prison. Lawrence Morris, 29, a Navy submarine crew member based in San Diego, received the term from San Diego Superior Court Judge William Kennedy, who also fined him $100. Morris was convicted of first-degree murder March 29 in the stabbing death of Scott Hill, 27, of San Diego.
SPORTS
June 22, 1989 | From Associated Press
Gary Gibbs officially took over as football coach at the University of Oklahoma Wednesday but the controversy generated by the program under longtime Coach Barry Switzer continued. On a day that the Dallas Times Herald was reporting that the school had dropped plans to give Switzer a lie-detector test when he resigned, and that former assistant coach Scott Hill had become the target of an FBI drug investigation, university regents meeting in Oklahoma City approved Gibbs' hiring and gave Switzer a $225,000 settlement.
SPORTS
March 17, 1989
David Swank, the interim president of the University of Oklahoma, has asked for the resignation of Oklahoma assistant football coach Scott Hill, according to published reports. The Daily Oklahoman reported in today's editions that a member of the university's board of regents said Swank asked for the resignation because of Hill's role in the NCAA violations that led to a three-year probation for the Oklahoma football program.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 28, 1988
As a human being, I feel deep sorrow for the Martinez family of Westminster over their son Frank's death at the hands of Westminster police, regardless of who was at fault. But my question is this: If the people of the Sigler Park area, who are now so galvanized against the Westminster police, really care about the image of their neighborhood, why do they allow gang graffiti to exist there? Any person just driving around the Sigler Park area (possibly including young, inexperienced officers such as were involved in the shooting)
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