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June 7, 1993 | DAVID FERRELL
Not so long ago, when the women all wore bikinis to play paddle tennis in Venice, Michelle McGee was one of them. She met her husband that way. Michelle was 21, wearing a skimpy thing held together by rings. Danny Conn saw her moving and lunging under the summer sun and told a friend: "See that girl over there? I'm going to marry that girl."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 7, 1993 | DAVID FERRELL
Not so long ago, when the women all wore bikinis to play paddle tennis in Venice, Michelle McGee was one of them. She met her husband that way. Michelle was 21, wearing a skimpy thing held together by rings. Danny Conn saw her moving and lunging under the summer sun and told a friend: "See that girl over there? I'm going to marry that girl."
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June 14, 1992 | ANDREA HEIMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Amid evangelical Christian rap dancers, turban-swathed tour guides/masseurs and half-nude roller-bladers, Richard Gehman calmly makes his way down Venice Beach. "One Superman," he calls to a vendor mid-route, ordering a slushy, five-fruit juice drink. Gehman--philosopher, mystical thinker and Venice boardwalk mail carrier for more than 20 years--has, by his own admission, adapted well to his environment.
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June 14, 1992 | ANDREA HEIMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Amid evangelical Christian rap dancers, turban-swathed tour guides/masseurs and half-nude roller-bladers, Richard Gehman calmly makes his way down Venice Beach. "One Superman," he calls to a vendor mid-route, ordering a slushy, five-fruit juice drink. Gehman--philosopher, mystical thinker and Venice boardwalk mail carrier for more than 20 years--has, by his own admission, adapted well to his environment.
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