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August 11, 1993 | KIM Q. BERKSHIRE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
She's bringing new meaning to the words "lady in waiting." If she's not in line for a turn on the three-meter board, she's having to wait in any number of lines at the passport office. Such was the lesson diver Summer Brown learned during a rare day off in the midst of the busy diving season. Maneuvering a difficult trick from the tower is a breeze compared to the hoops one must jump through to visit another country.
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August 19, 1993 | EARL GUSTKEY
Two USC fifth-year seniors already have their undergraduate degrees. Safety Reggie Perry received his business administration degree and fullback Rory Brown earned his mechanical engineering degree. Both finished work for their degrees this summer.
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August 19, 1993 | EARL GUSTKEY
Two USC fifth-year seniors already have their undergraduate degrees. Safety Reggie Perry received his business administration degree and fullback Rory Brown earned his mechanical engineering degree. Both finished work for their degrees this summer.
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August 11, 1993 | KIM Q. BERKSHIRE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
She's bringing new meaning to the words "lady in waiting." If she's not in line for a turn on the three-meter board, she's having to wait in any number of lines at the passport office. Such was the lesson diver Summer Brown learned during a rare day off in the midst of the busy diving season. Maneuvering a difficult trick from the tower is a breeze compared to the hoops one must jump through to visit another country.
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July 25, 1993 | KIM Q. BERKSHIRE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
No pressure, no panic attacks, no problems. For some of the top competitors, the U.S. Diving Zone D championships aren't about to make their blood pressure rise. The top two finishers in the girls' 16-18 three-meter event Saturday afternoon at the Marguerite Recreation Center Diving Complex looked upon the meet as low-key competition among friends.
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December 5, 1993 | ROBERT SMAUS, TIMES GARDEN EDITOR
While it might appear that the fanciful creations pictured here are for the birds, that's probably wishful thinking. "Most birds wouldn't be caught dead in a birdhouse," as one wildlife biologist put it. These birdhouses are really for the garden--the latest thing in garden ornamentation--tailored for today's smaller gardens where a statute of Zeus might not fit. With the holiday giving season upon us, they might also be the perfect gift for a gardener.
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October 6, 2010 | By Michael J. Mishak and Patrick McGreevy, Los Angeles Times
Donors with business before the state and corporate leaders poured millions of dollars into Meg Whitman's campaign in the last three months, potentially undercutting her claim that her personal fortune makes her uniquely free of special-interest entanglements, campaign disclosure reports filed Tuesday show. Whitman, the billionaire former chief executive of online auction house EBay, raised more money from outside donors than her Democratic rival, Jerry Brown, whom she has criticized heavily for his dependence on support from the state's public employee unions.
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April 23, 1994
Corona del Mar High senior Sandy Zubrin took seventh place in the three-meter springboard at the U.S. National Indoor Diving Championships Friday in Minneapolis. Zubrin earned a spot on the U.S. National Diving team for the second consecutive year. She also qualified for the U.S. Olympic Festival to be held July 1-5 in St. Louis. Summer Brown, a Capistrano Valley High junior, finished ninth and qualified for the Olympic Festival.
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July 2, 1994 | ERIK HAMILTON
Summer Brown broke the meet record she set last year in the one-meter competition Friday, the first day of the Southern California Diving Invitational at the Marguerite Swimming Complex. Brown, representing the Mission Viejo Nadadores, scored 391.35 points in one-meter diving for 16- to 18-year-old division. Sandy Zubrin, last year's overall winner, was second with 387.15. In the 12-13 division, the Nadadores' Erica Sorgi, who set four meet records last year, finished first with 297.
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August 8, 1993
Mission Viejo Nadadores teammates Sandy Zubrin and Summer Brown finished first and second Saturday in the girls' 16-18 one-meter springboard competition at the U.S. Junior Olympic diving championships in Pasadena. Zubrin, who will be a junior at Corona del Mar this fall, scored 392.25 points for the victory. Brown, a junior at Capistrano Valley, scored 386.50.
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July 25, 1993 | KIM Q. BERKSHIRE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
No pressure, no panic attacks, no problems. For some of the top competitors, the U.S. Diving Zone D championships aren't about to make their blood pressure rise. The top two finishers in the girls' 16-18 three-meter event Saturday afternoon at the Marguerite Recreation Center Diving Complex looked upon the meet as low-key competition among friends.
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July 26, 1991
Mission Viejo Nadadores diver Sandy Zubrin won the girls' 14-15 platform diving title Thursday at the Speedo/U.S. Diving Junior Olympic Championships in Clayton, Mo. Zubrin, of Newport Beach, scored 327.90 points to win by 26 points. Six Nadadores divers competed Thursday in the national event, which ends Sunday. Amy Sloan of Lake Forest was fourth behind Zubrin with 278.70 points and Mission Viejo's Summer Brown was 11th with 232.75 points.
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July 3, 1993
Erica Sorgi of the Mission Viejo Nadadores won two events and teammate Sandy Zubin won another Friday at the Southern California Diving Invitational at Marguerite Recreational Center. Sorgi won the three-meter event for girls 11-and-under with 326.15 points. She came back to take first in the one-meter in the 13-and-under division with 306.15 points. The Nadadores took second and third in the event as well with Kristen Marquis (303.20) and Genevieve Elefante (259.50).
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