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August 29, 1998 | VINCE KOWALICK
Gentleman, start your broken-down, low-budget, on-their-last-leg engines. The Wags Dash is coming to Ventura Raceway. Financially strapped, accident-prone drivers of the Sprint Car Racing Assn. can thank the benevolence of Ken Wagner, who for a decade has spread the wealth among them with his exhaustive fund-raising. Wagner, 56, an Orange County computer operations manager for Kawasaki and self-described racing fan, will stage his annual season-ending dash for cash Oct.
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August 30, 1998 | VINCE KOWALICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Gentleman, start your broken-down, low-budget, on-their-last-leg engines. The Wags Dash is coming to Ventura Raceway. Financially strapped, accident-prone drivers of the Sprint Car Racing Assn. can thank the benevolence of Ken Wagner, who for a decade has spread the wealth among them with his exhaustive fund-raising. Wagner, 56, an Orange County computer operations manager for Kawasaki and self-described racing fan, will stage his annual season-ending dash for cash Oct.
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SPORTS
August 30, 1998 | VINCE KOWALICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Gentleman, start your broken-down, low-budget, on-their-last-leg engines. The Wags Dash is coming to Ventura Raceway. Financially strapped, accident-prone drivers of the Sprint Car Racing Assn. can thank the benevolence of Ken Wagner, who for a decade has spread the wealth among them with his exhaustive fund-raising. Wagner, 56, an Orange County computer operations manager for Kawasaki and self-described racing fan, will stage his annual season-ending dash for cash Oct.
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August 29, 1998 | VINCE KOWALICK
Gentleman, start your broken-down, low-budget, on-their-last-leg engines. The Wags Dash is coming to Ventura Raceway. Financially strapped, accident-prone drivers of the Sprint Car Racing Assn. can thank the benevolence of Ken Wagner, who for a decade has spread the wealth among them with his exhaustive fund-raising. Wagner, 56, an Orange County computer operations manager for Kawasaki and self-described racing fan, will stage his annual season-ending dash for cash Oct.
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March 2, 1999
Sophomore guard Edniesha Curry and junior forward Lynda Amari of Cal State Northridge were chosen to the All-Big Sky Conference women's basketball team in a vote of the coaches Monday. Curry, from Palmdale High, is averaging 18.3 points and 3.2 assists; Amari is averaging 11.1 points and has made 40% of her three-point shots.
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July 15, 1998
Cheree Hicks of Cal State Northridge, school record-holder in the women's discus, has transferred to Syracuse, where she will train under former Northridge assistant Candy Roberts. Hicks, a 1996 graduate of Littlerock High, improved her school record to 188 feet this season after raising it to 180-2 as a freshman last year. She ranks third on the Northridge list in the shotput at 52-7 1/4. "Kind of and kind of not," Hicks said when asked if she transferred to Syracuse because of Roberts.
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