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May 26, 2001 | Associated Press
Frustrated high school tennis players in Tennessee can yell "Jesus!" or "Christ!" without censure. What they can't do is scream "Jesus Christ!" Those two words were shouted by Bearden High's Cameron Boyd after he lost serve in the third set of the Class AAA championship doubles match--and he and partner Brandon Allan were disqualified. Jan Genosi, the Tennessee Secondary Schools Athletic Assn.
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SPORTS
March 11, 1992 | GARY KLEIN
Southland college baseball coaches are taking a wait-and-see attitude amid the confusion surrounding a new draft rule enacted last week by major league baseball. The measure, which was passed at the owners' quarterly meeting in Chicago and will be implemented beginning this year, gives major league teams the rights to drafted players until 51 weeks after their college class graduates.
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June 26, 1994 | PAUL FELDMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was 5:30 p.m. at Chillers Bar & Grill in Santa Monica. The Nigeria-Bulgaria World Cup match was beaming down from overhead TVs. At a table by the door, Chris Lehr prepared to explain soccer's offside rule to his old college buddy, Kelly Younger. OK, Lehr said, the Heinz ketchup bottle is the offense and the French's Classic Yellow mustard container is the defense. The daiquiri cups are the goal posts. The saltshaker is the ball. And the pepper? "The pepper is just hanging out."
SPORTS
May 26, 2001 | Associated Press
Frustrated high school tennis players in Tennessee can yell "Jesus!" or "Christ!" without censure. What they can't do is scream "Jesus Christ!" Those two words were shouted by Bearden High's Cameron Boyd after he lost serve in the third set of the Class AAA championship doubles match--and he and partner Brandon Allan were disqualified. Jan Genosi, the Tennessee Secondary Schools Athletic Assn.
SPORTS
November 30, 1990 | From Associated Press
Janet Evans, Placentia's triple gold medalist in the 1988 Olympics, said Thursday that she may drop out of Stanford if the NCAA adopts legislation that would force her to decrease her practice time. The NCAA convention in January will consider a proposal that would cut practice time for sports to 20 hours per week during a 24-week season. Another proposal would prohibit college coaches from coaching outside teams during the off-season and from working with their athletes during the off-season.
SPORTS
April 23, 1994
A meeting of the Los Angeles Football Coaches Assn., representing City Section coaches, will be held at University High on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. The group will discuss the possible repeal of a recently enacted City rule which eliminated spring seven-on-seven passing-league competition. Out-of-season teams presently are prohibited from practicing after school. Before the rule was changed last year, many City schools participated in spring passing-league competition.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 26, 1994 | PAUL FELDMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was 5:30 p.m. at Chillers Bar & Grill in Santa Monica. The Nigeria-Bulgaria World Cup match was beaming down from overhead TVs. At a table by the door, Chris Lehr prepared to explain soccer's offside rule to his old college buddy, Kelly Younger. OK, Lehr said, the Heinz ketchup bottle is the offense and the French's Classic Yellow mustard container is the defense. The daiquiri cups are the goal posts. The saltshaker is the ball. And the pepper? "The pepper is just hanging out."
SPORTS
April 23, 1994
A meeting of the Los Angeles Football Coaches Assn., representing City Section coaches, will be held at University High on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. The group will discuss the possible repeal of a recently enacted City rule which eliminated spring seven-on-seven passing-league competition. Out-of-season teams presently are prohibited from practicing after school. Before the rule was changed last year, many City schools participated in spring passing-league competition.
SPORTS
March 11, 1992 | GARY KLEIN
Southland college baseball coaches are taking a wait-and-see attitude amid the confusion surrounding a new draft rule enacted last week by major league baseball. The measure, which was passed at the owners' quarterly meeting in Chicago and will be implemented beginning this year, gives major league teams the rights to drafted players until 51 weeks after their college class graduates.
SPORTS
November 30, 1990 | From Associated Press
Janet Evans, Placentia's triple gold medalist in the 1988 Olympics, said Thursday that she may drop out of Stanford if the NCAA adopts legislation that would force her to decrease her practice time. The NCAA convention in January will consider a proposal that would cut practice time for sports to 20 hours per week during a 24-week season. Another proposal would prohibit college coaches from coaching outside teams during the off-season and from working with their athletes during the off-season.
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