March 25, 1987 |
College of the Canyons baseball Coach Len Mohney had a foot-long portion of his large intestine surgically removed Tuesday and will be sidelined for at least two weeks, Canyons Athletic Director Lee Smelser said. Smelser said Mohney could return to the team by April 6. "They say that after the surgery, he'll be as good as new," Smelser said. "We're planning on him coming back with no problems." Assistant coach Andy Allensworth will manage the team in Mohney's absence.
April 25, 2011 |
Azer Farag Azer is here. So are the caricaturist and the writers, lots of writers, and that tall dentist, the son of the movie star. All here for lunch, herring and boiled egg. Where is Felfel? Praying. He'll be back. They're protesting again in the square. The revolution is over, but they march past with banners and rage. Maybe it's not over. There have been others. 1919. 1952. This one seems different, though. Who would have ever dreamed of the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak?
September 24, 2011 |
Brady Hoke and the five assistant coaches who left San Diego State with him when he was hired away by Michigan were on the sidelines at the Big House in Ann Arbor on Saturday, when Hoke's past team met his present. And when we say sidelines, we mean it literally. They were on both. While Hoke and his new staff worked with the Wolverines, San Diego State used photos of Hoke and his former Aztecs assistants to call in plays from its sideline. San Diego State didn't make its players available to the media after a 28-7 loss, but based on the postgame comments of Aztecs Coach Rocky Long , it can be assumed it was done out of respect.
August 16, 1990 |
Ian Woosnam of Wales shot a 67 today to share the first-round lead with Tsukasa Watanabe, Nobumitsu Yuhara and Taisei Inagaki in the $600,000 Maruman Open Golf Tournament. Woosnam, currently the leading money-winner on the European PGA Tour, had one eagle, five birdies and two bogeys over the 7,062-yard, par-72 Hatoyama Country Club course outside Tokyo. Ikuo Shirahara and Toyotake Nakao were next at 68.
March 14, 2008 |
Fox News has indefinitely sidelined its daily afternoon program "The Big Story," hosted by John Gibson, to extend the run of a new hourlong political newscast called "America's Election HQ." The campaign-oriented show, anchored by Bill Hemmer and Megyn Kelly, premiered in late February. The network decided to keep it on the air because of strong viewer interest in the 2008 race, which has helped lift the ratings of all the cable news channels this year. The move was first reported by the blog TVNewser.
November 15, 1986
If the Los Angeles Dickersons tried handing the ball off to some other back once, they just might fool the opposing defense. HOWARD B. ANDREEN Camarillo