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December 4, 1999 | LISA DILLMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The ear-splitting noise, the hot sticky pool area and the smelly chlorine didn't stop the baby from sleeping while his mother, Kristine Quance-Julian, went to work in the water Friday night. Trenton, who will turn one next week, settled in under the watch of his father, Jeff Julian. "He loves the water," Quance-Julian reported. And why not? After all, his parents are swimmers. "He started sleeping through the night at 12 weeks," she said.
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December 4, 1999 | LISA DILLMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The ear-splitting noise, the hot sticky pool area and the smelly chlorine didn't stop the baby from sleeping while his mother, Kristine Quance-Julian, went to work in the water Friday night. Trenton, who will turn one next week, settled in under the watch of his father, Jeff Julian. "He loves the water," Quance-Julian reported. And why not? After all, his parents are swimmers. "He started sleeping through the night at 12 weeks," she said.
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October 30, 1992 | From Times Staff Writers
Dwight McFadden, a USC reserve tailback, was arrested near campus 10 days ago for allegedly brandishing a weapon--a BB gun, according to Coach Larry Smith--after a confrontation with unidentified homeless persons. The City Attorney's office has not had time to evaluate whether to file misdemeanor charges, and Smith said no disciplinary action probably will be taken. McFadden, a redshirt freshman who is USC's No. 2 rusher with 246 yards in 59 carries, refused an interview request Thursday.
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October 30, 1992 | From Times Staff Writers
Dwight McFadden, a USC reserve tailback, was arrested near campus 10 days ago for allegedly brandishing a weapon--a BB gun, according to Coach Larry Smith--after a confrontation with unidentified homeless persons. The City Attorney's office has not had time to evaluate whether to file misdemeanor charges, and Smith said no disciplinary action probably will be taken. McFadden, a redshirt freshman who is USC's No. 2 rusher with 246 yards in 59 carries, refused an interview request Thursday.
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