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April 3, 1988 | JULIE CART, Times Staff Writer
Sisterly love and family honor are strong ties for the Boltons of Auburn University and McLain, Miss. They've carried Mae Ola and Ruthie through 11 years together in basketball. They came here with the humor and dignity acquired from a family of 20 children, and now they are playing in the National Collegiate Athletic Assn. championship game, a goal that has eluded third-ranked Auburn until now.
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September 28, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The athletic program at Auburn was rocked from all sides Friday. Two former Tiger football players claimed they received illegal payments from coaches and alumni, and school officials met with the NCAA to discuss infractions in the basketball and tennis programs. Eric Ramsey, a former Auburn defensive back, told the Montgomery Advertiser that he recorded conversations for several years while he played for the Tigers.
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September 28, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The athletic program at Auburn was rocked from all sides Friday. Two former Tiger football players claimed they received illegal payments from coaches and alumni, and school officials met with the NCAA to discuss infractions in the basketball and tennis programs. Eric Ramsey, a former Auburn defensive back, told the Montgomery Advertiser that he recorded conversations for several years while he played for the Tigers.
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April 3, 1988 | JULIE CART, Times Staff Writer
Sisterly love and family honor are strong ties for the Boltons of Auburn University and McLain, Miss. They've carried Mae Ola and Ruthie through 11 years together in basketball. They came here with the humor and dignity acquired from a family of 20 children, and now they are playing in the National Collegiate Athletic Assn. championship game, a goal that has eluded third-ranked Auburn until now.
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August 15, 1991 | ELLIOTT ALMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rowdy Gaines, one of the swimming stars of the 1984 Olympics who last month set a master's world record in the 100-meter freestyle, has been struck with a rare disease of the nervous system and is in guarded condition in a Honolulu hospital. Gaines, 32, is undergoing treatment for Guillain-Barre Syndrome, a neurological paralytic disorder of unknown cause, his mother Jettie said Wednesday night from Hawaii.
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March 13, 1991 | CHRIS DUFRESNE
Let's get this straight. The Oakland Athletics' Rickey Henderson thinks he is underpaid at $3 million per season and wants his contract renegotiated. Pittsburgh Pirate outfielder Barry Bonds, who lost his arbitration case and will receive only $2.3 million in 1991, was last seen exchanging scowls and words with his manager, Jim Leyland. Perhaps they should be made aware of the saga of Frank (Lefty) O'Doul, an outfielder for the Brooklyn Dodgers in the 1930s.
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August 23, 1992 | JONATHAN MOORE, ASSOCIATED PRESS
In this city, where debate is a way of life, not even trees are beyond the reach of politics. These particular trees line the Mall--that grassy, museum-lined park that stretches about a mile between the Capitol and the Washington Monument. Sometimes called the nation's front yard, it's the city's most popular tourist attraction and an irresistible backdrop for political demonstrations and cultural events. But the U.S.
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August 16, 1989 | CHRIS DUFRESNE, Times Staff Writer
It's mid-August and linebacker Kevin Greene is already putting on his game face. It's a frightening face, not unlike those pinned up on post office walls. Greene's eyes open wide as saucers as he warns visitors not to bring up events of the past, as if his were sordid or controversial. Hardly. Greene emerged from nowhere last season--ask about half a dozen opposing quarterbacks--to the brink of stardom in the National Football League.
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December 17, 1995 | SHAV GLICK
Now, Bo knows graduation. Ten years after winning the Heisman Trophy as a senior at Auburn, Bo Jackson recently marched in a different kind of uniform, a gown and mortarboard, and earned his college degree. Jackson was only six courses short of graduating when he left school for a career in football and baseball. Jackson, 33, became the first of 10 children to earn a degree from a four-year university, but he's not the best educated person in his family.
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