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May 1, 2007 | From Times Wire Reports
The University of Mary Washington fired its president after he was charged with drunken driving twice within two days. The board of the 5,000-student liberal arts school in Fredericksburg said in a brief statement that it was in the university's best interest that William J. Frawley, 53, be terminated, effective immediately. Frawley was named the school's seventh president in July.
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May 1, 2007 | From Times Wire Reports
The University of Mary Washington fired its president after he was charged with drunken driving twice within two days. The board of the 5,000-student liberal arts school in Fredericksburg said in a brief statement that it was in the university's best interest that William J. Frawley, 53, be terminated, effective immediately. Frawley was named the school's seventh president in July.
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March 22, 1991 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two former Cal State Fullerton assistant coaches have accepted jobs that will bring them closer to their football roots. Don Morel, who spent the past three seasons on Titan Coach Gene Murphy's staff, will be the offensive coordinator at La Verne, according to Leopards' Coach Rex Higgins. Morel was an all-conference linebacker at La Verne and graduated in 1986.
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March 22, 1991 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two former Cal State Fullerton assistant coaches have accepted jobs that will bring them closer to their football roots. Don Morel, who spent the past three seasons on Titan Coach Gene Murphy's staff, will be the offensive coordinator at La Verne, according to Leopards' Coach Rex Higgins. Morel was an all-conference linebacker at La Verne and graduated in 1986.
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May 15, 1992 | Associated Press
The teen-ager whose arms were reattached after being torn off in a farm accident is graduating from high school Sunday and wants to get on with his life without the world watching. John Thompson, 18, says he is determined to have fun on graduation weekend. "I can't live my life in a shell because people are watching me," he said this week. "I've been so scared to do anything in public."
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January 4, 1995
Nine members of the Fullerton College football team have announced plans to play at four-year colleges. Heading the list is defensive back Armand Boglin, who will play at Utah next fall. The others are defensive backs Jason Christensen (Central Michigan) and Kevin Shoup (Northern Michigan); linebackers Juan Esquivel (Northern Michigan), Chris Gaza (Southern Utah) and James Schoales (University of Mary in Bismarck, N.D.
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May 4, 1997 | JOHN MacDONALD, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Three times a week, Jackie Hieb walks through the maze of steel-barred prison hallways to the visiting room. There, for two hours, she and Michael Neugebauer think of the places they have been, and the places they would rather be. Neugebauer speaks first. His eyes never leave Hieb's as they sit together. "We're just good friends," he says, "who . . ." Her words overtake his. "I still love him with all my heart," she says over the noise. "But it's kind of hard now."
SPORTS
January 1, 2000
The Chapman women's basketball team failed to capitalize on a significant rebounding advantage and a five-point halftime lead, losing to Point Loma Nazarene, 40-34, Friday before 109 at the Hutton Center. The Panthers (7-3) outrebounded the Crusaders, 62-44, and barely outshot them in a battle of cold-shooting teams. Chapman shot 22.2% from the field, while Point Loma shot 21.2%.
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May 19, 2000
Tyrone Fuller has been selected boys' basketball coach at Montclair Prep. Fuller, who played two years at USC, coached the Mounties' junior varsity for the last four seasons. He replaces co-coach Greg Patterson, who resigned to become coach at Viewpoint, and co-coach Howard Abrams, who will become assistant athletic director. BASKETBALL * Eurskine Robinson, a 6-0 point guard who averaged 10.1 points and 7.2 assists at College of the Canyons, has signed with Loyola Marymount.
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September 26, 1993 | BARRY BEARAK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
This is the ghastly way a North Dakota farm boy became an American hero: While loading barley into a machine, he slipped on some ice. He tottered against a metal bar that was spinning in a blur parallel to the ground. His shirt was reeled in, then his hands. For a few seconds, his body was a human propeller, twirling head over heels. The force pried off his arms just below the shoulders and pitched the rest of him 20 feet away.
SPORTS
November 26, 2000
The undefeated Chapman men's basketball team trounced Southwestern (Ariz.), 73-50, in the championship game of the Chapman Invitational. The Panthers (5-0) have won every game they have played in the tournament since it began in 1996. Against Southwestern (5-3), Chapman took an early lead and extended it to 41-20 at the half. Center Mike Gartner was six of eight from the field, scoring a team-high 13 points and pulling down 12 rebounds.
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April 15, 1988 | Jim Murray
For two weeks in 1984, she was America's Sweetest Heart, everybody's kid sister. She didn't look as if she should be playing with dolls, she looked as if she was one, as if she came to the competition in a pram and bonnet. The Olympic gymnastic competition was a doll's house come to life, and Mary Lou Retton was the most adorable of the lot. Dimpled smile, flashing black eyes, even white teeth, part tomboy, part glamour girl, you didn't know whether to buy her a lollipop or a corsage.
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