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November 25, 1988
After a 4-year layoff, Phil and Steve Mahre had a successful return to professional skiing. at Park City, Utah. In qualifying for the America's Opening pro ski race, Steve Mahre finished with the second fastest combined time, and Phil Mahre finished third. The only racer to beat the Yakima, Wash., twins was Niklas Lindquist of Sweden, also a rookie on the pro circuit tour this year.
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November 25, 1988
After a 4-year layoff, Phil and Steve Mahre had a successful return to professional skiing. at Park City, Utah. In qualifying for the America's Opening pro ski race, Steve Mahre finished with the second fastest combined time, and Phil Mahre finished third. The only racer to beat the Yakima, Wash., twins was Niklas Lindquist of Sweden, also a rookie on the pro circuit tour this year.
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ENTERTAINMENT
May 28, 2001 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Marilyn Monroe enjoyed celebrating her 36th birthday on the set of her film "Something's Got to Give." But a week later--June 8, 1962--Monroe was fired from the romantic comedy by 20th Century Fox, and the project was shelved. Two months later, she was dead from an apparent drug overdose. Over the decades, there have been glimpses of Monroe's scenes from the film--which eventually was made in 1963 as "Move Over, Darling," with Doris Day--primarily of her famous nude swimming sequence.
SPORTS
January 5, 1994
Plastic worms have nothing on the real thing. Nightcrawlers remain the top bass-catchers and bass fishermen have been doing plenty of catching during the past week at the Los Angeles County reservoir. Steve and Phil Arklin of Sand Canyon, with guide Bob Crupi, used the earthworms to catch several bass, the largest a 15-pounder; Chris Poffenberger of Sylmar used a worm to entice a 14-pound 8-ounce bass; Randy Leech of Castaic used one to land a 13-4 largemouth, and Ron Kubes Jr.
SPORTS
April 4, 1985
Chris Gwynn had three hits and drove in four runs to lead 18th-ranked San Diego State to a 16-2 victory Wednesday afternoon at Cal State Los Angeles. Gwynn's big blow was a bases-loaded double that keyed a five-run rally in the second inning. Steve Hill, Phil Woolsey and Deron Johnson hit home runs for the Aztecs (31-14-1). SDSU's Tim Arnsberg started. He, David Provencher, Richard Holsman and Matt Haar pitched two innings each before Paul Claes finished in the ninth.
SPORTS
June 28, 1985 | MIKE HISERMAN
If the South team emerges victorious in tonight's Ventura County North-South all-star basketball games, Westlake High will have a big hand in it. Roy Gilmore and Nancy Bowman, both from Westlake, will coach the boys and girls teams. Gilmore will also have a Westlake player on his team, while Bowman will have the services of three of the players off her Marmonte League championship team of this spring. Both all-star contests will be played at the Buena High gym in Ventura.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 24, 1986 | CHRIS PASLES
Linda Sohl-Donnell, artistic director of LTD/Unlimited Dance Company, seems wisely to have jettisoned most of her undistinguished modern dance efforts in order to concentrate on what has long been her greatest strength--rhythm tap. In a program Saturday at the Japan America Theatre, she and her four colleagues showed increased skill, security and sense of style in a series of her new and older tap works.
SPORTS
June 16, 1985 | Special to The Times
Forty-two athletes--among them a Heisman Trophy winner, a member of baseball's Hall of Fame and several Olympic Gold Medal winners--will switch to a new racket Monday when they compete in the Gordon's Gin sports celebrity tennis tournament. Athletes from 12 different sports will compete in the round-robin, mixed doubles event at the La Costa Hotel courts.
NEWS
June 14, 1998 | From Associated Press
Flying off rocks, with the snow shoving her down Mount Rainier, climbing guide Ruth Mahre feared the worst for herself and the four climbers below. "You can't get an anchor, and people are pulling you down. You don't think you'll live," Mahre, 25, said Friday. She managed to secure her rope to the rocks and held on for hours before searchers rescued her and another climbing party trapped by an avalanche Thursday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 26, 2000 | JAMES E. FOWLER
Dark Delicacies, 4213 W. Burbank Blvd. in Burbank, holds a signing Saturday at 2 p.m. honoring films based on the stories of H.P. Lovecraft. On hand will be John Strysik and Andrew Migliore, the editors of "The Lurker in the Lobby: The Films of H.P. Lovecraft," plus filmmakers C. Courtney Joyner, Aaron Vanek and Bryan Moore. Actor Jeffrey Combs will sign copies of his CD of Lovecraft's "The Reanimator." (818) 556-6660. Skirball Cultural Center, 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd.
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