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November 23, 1999
A 16-year-old boy sits hammering a drum at Camp Karl Holton, a Los Angeles County juvenile probation facility in San Fernando. He swings a mallet first with his left hand, then with his right, then furiously with both. He is thinking about his brother and sister, killed three years ago in a gang-related shooting. The tip of one mallet goes flying. A blister the size of a dime forms in the fold of his left hand. Sitting at the far end of the circle is Mario, 18.
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NEWS
November 23, 1999
A 16-year-old boy sits hammering a drum at Camp Karl Holton, a Los Angeles County juvenile probation facility in San Fernando. He swings a mallet first with his left hand, then with his right, then furiously with both. He is thinking about his brother and sister, killed three years ago in a gang-related shooting. The tip of one mallet goes flying. A blister the size of a dime forms in the fold of his left hand. Sitting at the far end of the circle is Mario, 18.
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SPORTS
July 7, 1993 | STEVE ELLING
The kid who hits a driver as far as any junior player in the area has no license to drive. Fairways, sure. Freeways, not so fast. "I haven't had time to get a license," said Darren Angel, who turned 16 in March. No kidding. Last week, Angel, who will be a junior at Granada Hills High, played 36 holes each day for four days to win the Southern California PGA Junior Match Play Championships in Long Beach. That kind of workload is hardly new, though.
SPORTS
July 7, 1993 | STEVE ELLING
The kid who hits a driver as far as any junior player in the area has no license to drive. Fairways, sure. Freeways, not so fast. "I haven't had time to get a license," said Darren Angel, who turned 16 in March. No kidding. Last week, Angel, who will be a junior at Granada Hills High, played 36 holes each day for four days to win the Southern California PGA Junior Match Play Championships in Long Beach. That kind of workload is hardly new, though.
SPORTS
August 22, 1992 | THERESA MUNOZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With her victory in the 200-meter individual medley Friday at Mission Viejo, Kristine Quance joined Mark Spitz, Tracy Caulkins, Shirley Babashoff and Janet Evans as the only people to win four individual events at the U.S. Swimming Long Course Championships. "It's great and all, but it seems to to take away from it that (Barcelona Olympians) Summer Sanders and Anita Nall are not here," Quance said. "But still, I'm happy with my times."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 17, 1987 | GEORGE RAMOS, Times Staff Writer
The fired head of the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Antonia Hernandez, has been accused of mishandling a major job-discrimination lawsuit in Texas as the battle for control of the nation's leading Latino rights group escalates.
SPORTS
June 15, 2003 | Ben Bolch, Times Staff Writer
The Angels have endured more stops and starts this season than a trucker spending an afternoon on the San Diego Freeway. On Saturday, they opened the sunroof and pushed the pedal to the floor. Brad Fullmer hit a grand slam, Garret Anderson homered twice and Darin Erstad made another highlight-reel catch as the Angels pounded the New York Mets, 13-3, before a sellout crowd of 43,449 at Edison Field.
NEWS
November 23, 1989 | STUART SILVERSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Isaac Genis suffered a massive stroke one month before his 23rd birthday, leaving him with double vision and his left side temporarily paralyzed. But even after years of rehabilitative physical therapy, no one would give him a job. Catheleen Tyson dropped out of high school 30 years ago to get married and raise a family. Ever since, the best jobs she could get were as a cook and as an office cleaner. Steve Angel is 38 and considered educably retarded.
NEWS
April 6, 2000
When: Today through Sunday. Site: Augusta National Golf Club. Length: 6,985 yards. Par: 36-36-72. Format: 72 holes of stroke play, sudden-death playoff if necessary. Purse: To be determined ($4 million in 1999). Field: 95 players, including six amateurs. Defending champion: Jose Maria Olazabal. Television (times PDT): Today-Friday, 1-3:30 p.m., USA Network. Saturday, 12:30-3 p.m., CBS. Sunday, 1-4 p.m., CBS TEE TIMES All Times Pacific *--* TODAY FRI. GROUP 5:00 a.m.
SPORTS
February 19, 2003
THE FACTS When: Thursday-Sunday. Where: Riviera Country Club (7,078 yards, par 71). Purse: $4.5 million. Winner's share: $810,000. TV: USA (Thursday-Friday, noon-3 p.m.) and Channel 7 (Saturday-Sunday, noon-3 p.m.). Defending champion: Len Mattiace. Tee Times: For today's pro-am...D10 * TEE TIMES For Thursday (Round 1) and Friday (Round 2) at Riviera Country Club. All times Pacific: *--* Round 1 Round 2 1st Tee 10th Tee GROUP 7:00 a.m 11:25 a.
SPORTS
January 22, 1993 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For jockeys' agents, racing brings one crisis after another. By definition, the job is an unstable existence. A trainer or horse owner might want to switch riders for the next $100,000 stakes race. Your jockey could be eating too much, or in trouble with the track stewards for rough riding and facing a suspension. You might even have two horses offered in a big race, and know you will make one of the trainers unhappy, no matter which one you choose. Then your jockey goes into a slump.
SPORTS
April 7, 2000
At Augusta National Golf Club--Par 72 (18-hole scores) Dennis Paulson: 33-35--68 -4 Tom Lehman: 32-37--69 -3 Sergio Garcia: 36-34--70 -2 Steve Stricker: 36-34--70 -2 Rocco Mediate: 34-37--71 -1 Phil Mickelson: 36-35--71 -1 Steve Jones: 32-39--71 -1 Thomas Bjorn: 37-34--71 -1 Bernhard Langer: 37-34--71 -1 Darren Clarke: 37-35--72 E Justin Leonard: 35-37--72 E Bob Estes: 39-33--72 E Vijay Singh: 36-36--72 E Ernie Els: 34-38--72 E Paul Azinger: 35-37--72 E Nick Faldo: 36-36--72 E Jumbo Ozaki:
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