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September 18, 1988 | EARL GUSTKEY, Times Staff Writer
Jerome James, the fighting police officer from Sioux Falls, S.D., arrived in Seoul late Saturday night, with the expectation that he was to be given another chance to make the U.S. Olympic boxing team. By 10:30 Sunday morning, James and his coach were reportedly trying to get a return flight home. James, 31, a loser at the U.S. Olympic trials tournament at Concord, Calif.
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September 27, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Jerry Dusenberry of Portland, Ore., was elected president of United States Amateur Boxing during the closing day of the national governing body's 1992 annual meeting. He succeeds Billy Dove of Bowie, Md. Dusenberry, 52, recently served as the United States' lone referee-judge in the Olympics at Barcelona.
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March 2, 1991 | EARL GUSTKEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Al Stankie, who guided Paul Gonzales to an Olympic gold medal in 1984 and hopes to do the same next year with East Los Angeles amateur Oscar de la Hoya, remains suspended by amateur boxing's governing body. Stankie's appeal was denied at a hearing in Colorado Springs, Colo., Thursday. The San Pedro trainer was suspended for three years by the USA Amateur Boxing Federation a year ago when he was charged with being drunk while on the grounds of the U.S.
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September 17, 1988 | From Staff and Wire Reports
An arbitrator has decided that boxer Jerome James should be given another chance to make the U.S. Olympic boxing team although the International Olympic Committee roster deadline was Sept. 2. James, upon winning arbitration, left for Seoul with his coach, Joe Taylor. The president of the U.S. Amateur Boxing Federation, Col. Don Hull, was critical of the decision, made Thursday by Minneapolis arbitrator Richard Sharon.
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March 2, 1991 | EARL GUSTKEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Al Stankie, who guided Paul Gonzales to an Olympic gold medal in 1984 and hopes to do the same next year with East Los Angeles amateur Oscar de la Hoya, remains suspended by amateur boxing's governing body. Stankie's appeal was denied at a hearing in Colorado Springs, Colo., Thursday. The San Pedro trainer was suspended for three years by the USA Amateur Boxing Federation a year ago when he was charged with being drunk while on the grounds of the U.S.
SPORTS
September 27, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Jerry Dusenberry of Portland, Ore., was elected president of United States Amateur Boxing during the closing day of the national governing body's 1992 annual meeting. He succeeds Billy Dove of Bowie, Md. Dusenberry, 52, recently served as the United States' lone referee-judge in the Olympics at Barcelona.
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January 25, 1990 | GARY KLEIN
The La Canada boys' basketball team continues to roll behind the play of junior guard Jeff Lord, whose 47-point performance against Blair last week established a single-game school record. Lord's outburst eclipsed the record of 43 set by Walt Bakly in 1984. Lord's previous season-high was 32. He is averaging 22 points for the Spartans, who entered this week's play 14-5 overall, 4-1 in the Rio Hondo League and ranked third in the Southern Section 3-A Division.
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April 28, 1990 | EARL GUSTKEY
Driving home from the Forum the other night, I wondered where to rank the Paul Banke-Daniel Zaragoza fight among the bouts I have seen since I began covering boxing in 1982. My top 10: 1. Hagler-Hearns, April 15, 1985. 2. Leonard-Hagler, April 6, 1987. 3. Chavez-Taylor, March 17, 1990. 4. Douglas-Tyson, Feb. 10, 1990. 5. Banke-Zaragoza, April 23, 1990. 6. Holyfield-Dokes, March 11, 1989. 7. Tyson-Berbick, Nov. 22, 1986. 8. Cruz-McGuigan, June 23, 1986. 9. Barkley-Hearns, June 6, 1988. 0.
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February 5, 1987
Facing perhaps its toughest week of the California Collegiate Athletic Assn. season, the Cal Poly Pomona women's basketball visits Cal State Los Angeles on Friday and Cal State Northridge on Saturday for 5:45 p.m. games. The Broncos, two-time NCAA Division II champions and ranked No. 1 again, have not faced much difficulty in building a 20-1 overall record and 7-0 mark in the CCAA. But Coach Darlene May expects her team's toughest games this week.
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September 18, 1988 | EARL GUSTKEY, Times Staff Writer
Jerome James, the fighting police officer from Sioux Falls, S.D., arrived in Seoul late Saturday night, with the expectation that he was to be given another chance to make the U.S. Olympic boxing team. By 10:30 Sunday morning, James and his coach were reportedly trying to get a return flight home. James, 31, a loser at the U.S. Olympic trials tournament at Concord, Calif.
SPORTS
September 17, 1988 | From Staff and Wire Reports
An arbitrator has decided that boxer Jerome James should be given another chance to make the U.S. Olympic boxing team although the International Olympic Committee roster deadline was Sept. 2. James, upon winning arbitration, left for Seoul with his coach, Joe Taylor. The president of the U.S. Amateur Boxing Federation, Col. Don Hull, was critical of the decision, made Thursday by Minneapolis arbitrator Richard Sharon.
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