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February 25, 1990 | KOLLEN LONG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Forget the turnaround jump shot and the no-look pass. The toughest move for Susan Helm, a member of the Rancho Santiago College women's basketball team, is slightly more delicate. It's known as the tuck-in. Helm is a 36-year-old sophomore forward. If that's not unusual enough, she has several other matters--five daughters to be exact--to attend to during the average day. In her most important role, Helm is a single mother.
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February 25, 1990 | KOLLEN LONG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Forget the turnaround jump shot and the no-look pass. The toughest move for Susan Helm, a member of the Rancho Santiago College women's basketball team, is slightly more delicate. It's known as the tuck-in. Helm is a 36-year-old sophomore forward. If that's not unusual enough, she has several other matters--five daughters to be exact--to attend to during the average day. In her most important role, Helm is a single mother.
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February 14, 1990 | KOLLEN LONG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Forget the turnaround jump shot and the no-look pass. The toughest move for Susan Helm, a forward on Rancho Santiago College's women's basketball team, is slightly more delicate. It's known as the tuck-in. Helm is a 36-year-old sophomore. If that's not unusual enough, she has several other matters--five daughters to be exact--to attend to during an average day. In her most important role, Helm is a single mother.
SPORTS
February 14, 1990 | KOLLEN LONG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Forget the turnaround jump shot and the no-look pass. The toughest move for Susan Helm, a forward on Rancho Santiago College's women's basketball team, is slightly more delicate. It's known as the tuck-in. Helm is a 36-year-old sophomore. If that's not unusual enough, she has several other matters--five daughters to be exact--to attend to during an average day. In her most important role, Helm is a single mother.
NEWS
August 16, 1990 | From Associated Press
The U.S. military is treating about 15 cases of minor heat stress a day as it rushes to finish a tent hospital reminiscent of the television series "MASH." Already up and running at the air-conditioned, 50-bed facility are a small ward for outpatient care and an overnight ward. A two-bed operating room was expected to be ready by day's end. So similar is the "air-transportable hospital" to the TV series that the facility's commander, Maj.
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August 17, 1990 | This is a pool report by reporters flown to Saudi Arabia by the Pentagon. Times writer Michael Ross is one of the pool members, who are not allowed to disclose their exact location. and
The U.S. military is treating about 15 cases of minor heat stress a day as it rushes to finish a tent hospital reminiscent of the television series "MASH." Already up and running at the air-conditioned, 50-bed facility are a small ward for outpatient care and an overnight ward. A two-bed operating room was expected to be ready by day's end. So similar is the "air-transportable hospital" to the TV series that the facility's commander, Maj.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 14, 1990 | HERBERT J. VIDA
Six women were selected to receive honors at the seventh annual Rancho Santiago College Women of Achievement Awards banquet Tuesday on the Santa Ana campus. Paula Werner of Irvine will receive a community and public service award for her 17 years of community service, while Carole Anne Williams of Seal Beach will get the same award for her work as executive director of Interval House, a crisis shelter for battered women and children.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 21, 1990 | HERBERT J. VIDA
Twenty-three students from Orange County have been chosen to participate Wednesday in the regional competition in Anaheim for Bank of America's 1990 Achievement Award. It is the final event of the four-category competition, which began in February. An estimated 3,400 students from 993 public and private high schools in the state have participated. Finalists in the applied arts are Nicole M. Andreus of Fullerton High; Daniel N. Huse of John F. Kennedy High in La Palma; Angela K.
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November 1, 1994 | BOB ROHWER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination under any educational program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance." --Title IX, signed by President Richard Nixon, June 23, 1972 Bottom line: Title IX, a federal law, banned discrimination in high school athletics.
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