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July 10, 2005 | Kurt Streeter, Times Staff Writer
About This Story Quotations in this story are designated in two ways: Those heard by the writer are enclosed in quotation marks. Those recalled by others in interviews are designated by italics. In this archived version, all italics are designated by single quotation marks. Only a page view can actually reproduce the italics as they were originally published. * 'Do girls box?' she asked, turning to her father one evening. 'Is it OK for girls to box?' 'Well, yeah, mija, they do,' he answered.
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July 13, 2005 | Kurt Streeter, Times Staff Writer
About This Story Quotations in this story are designated in two ways: Those heard by the writer are enclosed in quotation marks. Those recalled by others in interviews are designated by italics. In this archived version, all italics are designated by single quotation marks. Only a page view can actually reproduce the italics as they were originally published. * "Down, then up, baby," her father said as he stood behind the ropes and watched. "Rapido, rapido. Set him up, set him up.
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July 11, 2005 | Kurt Streeter, Times Staff Writer
About This Story Quotations in this story are designated in two ways: Those heard by the writer are enclosed in quotation marks. Those recalled by others in interviews are designated by italics. In this archived version, all italics are designated by single quotation marks. Only a page view can actually reproduce the italics as they were originally published. * She looked formidable, even against a boy named Frankie. Seniesa was 10, long-limbed and lithe.
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July 14, 2005 | Kurt Streeter, Times Staff Writer
About This Story Quotations in this story are designated in two ways: Those heard by the writer are enclosed in quotation marks. Those recalled by others in interviews are designated by italics. In this archived version, all italics are designated by single quotation marks. Only a page view can actually reproduce the italics as they were originally published. * There was nothing for this pain.
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July 12, 2005 | Kurt Streeter, Times Staff Writer
About This Story Quotations in this story are designated in two ways: Those heard by the writer are enclosed in quotation marks. Those recalled by others in interviews are designated by italics. In this archived version, all italics are designated by single quotation marks. Only a page view can actually reproduce the italics as they were originally published. * Her words hung in the air. 'I should quit.' She looked away from her father. He was stunned.
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