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March 5, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Crystal Langhorne couldn't contain her excitement. Finally, after losing 14 games in a row to Duke, the fourth-ranked Maryland Terrapins had won. And Langhorne yelled it to her teammates before they even got to the locker room. No one would blame the Terrapins for savoring this one.
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SPORTS
April 15, 2000
In another Sea View League game: Woodbridge 3, Aliso Niguel 2--Brianna Cooley and freshman pitcher Brittany Crouch (12-5) had run-scoring singles in the fifth inning for the host Warriors (13-7, 2-1). Aliso Niguel is 12-5-1, 2-1. In the Academy League: St. Margaret's 10, Connelly 0 (5, mercy)--Monique Kettler pitched a two-hitter with 12 strikeouts and Brooke Birtcher had three hits, three RBIs and scored two runs for host St. Margaret's (7-5, 4-2). In the Serra League: No.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 14, 1992 | DON SNOWDEN
It would be a shame if Thomas Mapfumo's lack of flash onstage keeps the Zimbabwean singer from the audience his music deserves. During his hour-plus opening set at the Music Machine on Friday, there were no resounding climaxes, no charismatic outbursts, no catchy choruses, no spectacular solos--in short, none of the customary methods for connecting with an audience.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 15, 1985
Robert Mugabe, prime minister of Zimbabwe, has once again demonstrated his remarkable ability to offend foreigners and opponents, this time converting his electoral victory into a public-relations defeat. Critics must not forget the basics. The election was, in the judgment of independent observers, fair and open. Five political parties with access to the public and the media competed in a generally favorable atmosphere with relatively little violence and no signs of controlling intimidation.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 8, 2002 | VICTORIA LOOSELEAF, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Adrenaline kicked into overdrive when the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company shredded the stage of the Irvine Barclay Theatre on Friday with brute power, dizzying energy and unlimited stamina in a program dedicated to Southern California's preeminent choreographer, Donald McKayle. The four works included a world premiere tribute to McKayle, "Mighty Fortress," set to Bach's Cantata No. 80 by company artistic director Kevin Ward.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 3, 1988 | DON SNOWDEN
Artist: The Bhundu Boys. Personnel: Biggie Tembo, guitar, vocals; Rise Kagona, guitar, vocals; Shakie Kangwena, keyboards, vocals; David Mankaba, bass, vocals; Kenny Chitsvatsva, drums, vocals. History: Talk about long-shot success stories! The Bhundu Boys formed in their native Zimbabwe in 1980.
SPORTS
February 15, 1992 | DANA HADDAD
University City beat Kearny by two points in overtime in the season opener. Kearny beat University City by two points for the championship of the Ramona Tournament. So when the time would come for these two girls' teams to decide the City Western League title, they both had an idea what would separate them. Two points. The Komets, however, had no idea how much the Centurions would improve. The No. 5 Centurions, dominating the boards and showing some late-season muscle, routed Kearny, 49-35.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 22, 1987 | ROBERT HILBURN
A survey of what records I'd buy each month on a $25 budget. Discounts are available, but the assumption is that an album costs $8, a 12-inch single $4 and seven-inch single $2. March albums: U2's "The Joshua Tree" (Island)--Remarkably, this Irish band, for all its critical acclaim and audience devotion, has never had a Top 10 album in this country. The closest the band came was No. 12--a position reached by both 1983's "War" and 1984's "The Unforgettable Fire."
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