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August 6, 1993 | KIM Q. BERKSHIRE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Leisure World? Woody Bowersock might well be considered false advertisement for the retirement community. There's nothing in the least leisurely about his world. You're more likely to find the retired elementary school principal churning out the mileage in Leisure World's Pool 5 or playing shuffleboard with the boys. No afternoon game shows for this kid. "I've always had the philosophy that if you retire to nothing, you don't live more than three years," he said.
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August 6, 1993 | KIM Q. BERKSHIRE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Leisure World? Woody Bowersock might well be considered false advertisement for the retirement community. There's nothing in the least leisurely about his world. You're more likely to find the retired elementary school principal churning out the mileage in Leisure World's Pool 5 or playing shuffleboard with the boys. No afternoon game shows for this kid. "I've always had the philosophy that if you retire to nothing, you don't live more than three years," he said.
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August 9, 1993
Karch Kiraly of San Clemente and Kent Steffes of Pacific Palisades teamed to win the $100,000 Miller Lite Open at Grand Haven, Mich. Kiraly and Steffes beat Eduardo Anjinho and Jose Loiola, both of Brazil, 15-11, for the title. The winning team split $20,000. It was the sixth consecutive tournament and 10th in the last 11 that Kiraly and Steffes have won. They're the top-ranked team on the AVP tour entering the $150,000 Miller Lite Open, which starts Friday at north side of the Seal Beach Pier.
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October 11, 1996 | FRANK B. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mark "Woody" Bowersock, the former Canoga Park man who was convicted of killing his estranged girlfriend after she testified against him, was sentenced Thursday to life imprisonment without possibility of parole for the 1994 slaying in Saugus. In passing sentence for first-degree murder with special circumstances, Judge Judith Ashmann cited what she said was Bowersock's lack of remorse and overall inability to understand the gravity of the crime. "In my view, Mr.
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August 5, 1999 | MARTIN BECK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One of the most popular bicycle events in the west, the Fall Rosarito Ensenada Fun Bicycle Ride, has been canceled. The 50-mile ride between the Baja California towns was scheduled for Sept. 24 and regularly draws about 8,000 cyclists, mostly from Southern California. Dave Dickson, president of San Diego-based Bicycling West, which runs the ride and one on the same route during the spring, said it was canceled because of safety concerns.
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