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September 24, 1992 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Shahriar Pourdanesh took a walk around his Tehran neighborhood one night in 1979 and ran into a couple of boys, one 16 years old and the other 17. The teen-agers were setting up a barricade of sandbags and told Pourdanesh, then 9, that they were preparing to fight Iranian Army soldiers. The next morning, Pourdanesh went back to talk to the boys. He found two dead bodies.
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September 24, 1992 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Shahriar Pourdanesh took a walk around his Tehran neighborhood one night in 1979 and ran into a couple of boys, one 16 years old and the other 17. The teen-agers were setting up a barricade of sandbags and told Pourdanesh, then 9, that they were preparing to fight Iranian Army soldiers. The next morning, Pourdanesh went back to talk to the boys. He found two dead bodies.
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May 12, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Shahriar Pourdanesh, who played at University High and Nevada, has signed a free-agent contract with the Cleveland Browns, said his agent, Paul Bartelt. Pourdanesh, a three-year starter on the offensive line, earned All-Big West honors last fall.
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April 2, 1988
Seven players each from Santa Ana and Capistrano Valley high schools have been nominated for the South team that will play in the 29th Orange County All-Star football game scheduled for July 8 in Orange Coast College's LeBard Stadium. Six players each from El Toro, the two-time Southern Conference champion, and Huntington Beach have been nominated, and Fountain Valley, Marina, Mater Dei, Mission Viejo, Westminster and Woodbridge each had five.
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September 1, 1992 | EARL GUSTKEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Having registered their best football season in 1991, which included one of the more memorable comebacks of all time, the folks at the university on the hill in Reno decided to celebrate. They decided once and for all time to rid themselves of something very small that has been a very big irritant. That hyphen. From now on, they want to be known as the University of Nevada. Period. No hyphen, no comma. No more University of Nevada-Reno. Or Nevada, Reno. Or even worse, UNR.
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September 7, 1987 | STEVE LOWERY, Times Staff Writer
Last year, that wacky, which-way-is-up Sea View League gave us . . Firsts: --Tustin High School defeated Foothill, 21-6. It was the first time the Tillers had defeated the Knights in 14 years, thus winning the city football title and the coveted Golden Gauntlet, the championship trophy. That was early October. By early November, Tustin defeated Saddleback, 9-7, and clinched part of the league championship--the first for Tustin since 1955.
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