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May 1, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Seeking to bolster its sagging football fortunes, Big West Conference athletic directors Thursday endorsed the addition of four independent schools as associate members. The schools--Arkansas State, Louisiana Tech, Northern Illinois and Southwestern Louisiana--will compete in football only, beginning in 1993 if the move is approved. Big West athletic directors voted, 6-0, in favor of the move, which will be acted on formally at the conference's annual meetings May 11-15 at Las Vegas.
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May 1, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Seeking to bolster its sagging football fortunes, Big West Conference athletic directors Thursday endorsed the addition of four independent schools as associate members. The schools--Arkansas State, Louisiana Tech, Northern Illinois and Southwestern Louisiana--will compete in football only, beginning in 1993 if the move is approved. Big West athletic directors voted, 6-0, in favor of the move, which will be acted on formally at the conference's annual meetings May 11-15 at Las Vegas.
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October 7, 1990 | ARLENE LEVINSON, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Another hot night is closing in on Mark Wright. Outside his apartment at a complex for married students at the University of Florida, black parents are coaxing their children indoors from the swimming pool. He can hear neighbors bid good night in Spanish. Mark Wright lives here, but he is not one of them. "I guess we're the last group to say we're a victim," said Wright, a 23-year-old engineering student who is inching his way out of the working class.
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