March 9, 1995 |
Last May, Granada Hills High eliminated Venice with an emotional victory in the City section 4-A boys' volleyball quarterfinals. Much has changed since then. Granada Hills graduated four key players, and standout Mike Whitmore transferred to Kennedy. And on Wednesday, the Highlanders also lost a nonleague rematch with Venice, 15-8, 15-7, 15-8. "I don't know if we took them easily or not, but we just weren't focused," said outside hitter Ryan Kamins.
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November 10, 1994 |
Fourteen students at UC Irvine's College of Medicine fell to the pavement, one by one, during the busy lunch hour on campus Wednesday in a demonstration against handguns. It was the second demonstration in two months aimed by the campus chapter of Physicians for Social Responsibility at Bryco Arms Inc. Bryco, located in Irvine and Costa Mesa, is the leading U.S.
April 11, 1997 |
North and South Korean troops exchanged warning shots at their tense border Thursday shortly before U.S. Defense Secretary William S. Cohen flew to the area, U.S. and South Korean officials said. Southern troops on patrol within the Demilitarized Zone fired 10 shots into the air after spotting a group of North Korean soldiers who had crossed the border, the officials said. "The North Korean soldiers fired back warning shots and withdrew," a Seoul military spokesman said.
September 30, 1994 |
Robert Haar of Thousand Oaks High said he was afraid he might start coaching the wrong team during a girls' volleyball match against Newbury Park Thursday night. Haar was the coach at Newbury Park for two years before switching schools last spring for a better teaching position.
June 8, 1989 |
Michael Chang's success in the French Open galls John McEnroe, who complained Wednesday that young tennis players are "getting away with murder" when they beat the established stars. "I'd like to start a committee of veteran players to put these others in their place," McEnroe said. McEnroe, 30, made his remarks at the Beckenham grass court championships as rain delayed his scheduled match. He is using the event to prepare for Wimbledon, where he will be making a bid for his fourth title.
January 20, 2000 |
The environment, more like a scrimmage than a match, was eerily quiet, perhaps because Cal State Northridge fans weren't sure what to expect. The Matadors, 3-21 last season, were on the court for the first time, playing La Verne, a Division III men's volleyball team that hung one of those losses on Northridge last season.
January 12, 2012 |
If you aren't up to speed on what the Transportation Security Administration has labeled Cupcakegate , here's a quick synopsis . Traveler Rebecca Hains of Peabody, Mass., last month had a cupcake confiscated as she passed through airport security at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas. The TSA maintains the cupcake raised suspicions because it came in a jar and contained "gel-like" frosting that was deemed to have exceeded the 3-ounce limit. Enter the TSA Compliant Cupcake, a new product from Silver Spoon Bakery in Providence, R.I. "We wanted to take a tongue-in-cheek look at what the ideal cupcake would be to be TSA compliant," Silver Spoon owner Kelly Colgan says Thursday.
June 6, 2003 |
Martin Verkerk had never won a match at a Grand Slam tournament. Until this one. Verkerk, a 6-foot-3, 24-year-old pro from the Netherlands, stands as the only unseeded player left in the French Open men's draw. He is the tallest player left. He is the biggest server, the best volleyer. He is the most demonstrative, having taken to falling on his back onto the clay after each upset, most recently when he knocked out 1998 French Open champion Carlos Moya.
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May 2, 1992 |
The Vista Parks Department said Friday it doesn't plan to reschedule a women's tennis class, despite a Superior Court judge's complaint that it clashed with his own playing time unnecessarily, since "unemployed housewives" could play tennis another time. Leslie Monteforte, the teacher of the Monday and Wednesday lunchtime classes, and her students say Judge J.
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December 6, 1987
The gay bathhouse issue has finally hit San Diego County. But even with the experience of other communities before us, there are more questions than answers on how to handle this dilemma pitting public health against individual liberty. Do bathhouses help spread AIDS? Should they be shut down as a public health menace? Or should they be regulated to make them less desirable for homosexual men seeking an easy avenue for anonymous sex with multiple partners?