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By PETER BLAIR | April 17, 2006
NASCAR NEXTEL CUP Subway Fresh 500 Site -- Phoenix When -- Saturday, 8:25 p.m. TV -- Ch. 45 (8 p.m.) Track -- Phoenix International Raceway (1-mile oval) Distance -- 312 laps, 312 miles (502.1 km) 2005 winner -- Kurt Busch 2005 pole-sitter -- Jeff Gordon Last year -- Busch, who started second, led 219 of 312 laps and beat Michael Waltrip by 2.315 seconds in the first Nextel Cup night race at the track. Jeff Burton was third. INDY RACING LEAGUE Indy Japan 300 Site -- Motegi, Japan When -- Saturday, 12:01 a.m. TV -- ESPN (Saturday, noon, tape delay)
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The Baltimore Sun | September 26, 2013
National Lacrosse Hall of Famer and Baltimore native Avery F. Blake Jr. died Thursday at age 81, Swarthmore College said in a news release.  Blake played under his father, Avery Sr., also a Hall of Famer, at Swarthmore, winning four straight Pennsylvania-Delaware League championships from 1950 to 1953.  "Rarely does a person come along who makes such a significant impact to his sport and community," Swarthmore athletic director Adam Hertz said in a news release. "Avery Blake was just such a person.
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By Los Angeles Times | June 24, 1993
SAN MARINO, Calif. -- Craig, a high school senior, lives a fantasy most teen-agers only dream. He and his sister Zoe, 14, live in a sprawling San Marino ranch house, their one chaperon an elderly servant who speaks no English.Their Taiwanese parents run a construction company in Taipei. Dad drops by every few months on business, but Craig has seen his mother only twice in three years.What they lack in intimacy, Craig said, his parents make up with money: They pay all the bills and shower the youngsters with up to $3,000 each month.
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By Jack Leonard and Hailey Branson Potts, Tribune Newspapers | April 10, 2013
A German native who consorted for years with New England's social elite by pretending to be a Rockefeller was convicted Wednesday in Los Angeles of first-degree murder, capping a nearly three-decade-old mystery involving a missing couple and a body buried in a Southern California backyard. Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter, 52, was accused of bludgeoning his landlady's adult son with a blunt object, then digging a 3-foot-deep grave in the backyard of the victim's home in San Marino. The body was buried behind a guest house where Gerhartsreiter had been living.
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Sports on TV | October 17, 2012
WEDNESDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS MLB ALCS Gm. 3: Yankees@Detroit (T) MLB11 a.m. MLB NLCS Gm. 3: San Fran.@St. Louis 45, 53:30 MLB ALCS Gm. 4: Yankees@Detroit TBS8 NBA pre. Brooklyn Nets@Boston (T) NBANoon Cleveland@Philadelphia NBA7 Utah@Clippers NBA10:30 Cleveland@Philadelphia (T) NBA3 a.m. WNBA Finals Gm. 2: Indiana@Minnesota ESPN8 UFL Las Vegas@Omaha CBSSN9 C. foot.
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The Baltimore Sun | September 26, 2013
National Lacrosse Hall of Famer and Baltimore native Avery F. Blake Jr. died Thursday at age 81, Swarthmore College said in a news release.  Blake played under his father, Avery Sr., also a Hall of Famer, at Swarthmore, winning four straight Pennsylvania-Delaware League championships from 1950 to 1953.  "Rarely does a person come along who makes such a significant impact to his sport and community," Swarthmore athletic director Adam Hertz said in a news release. "Avery Blake was just such a person.
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By Jack Leonard and Hailey Branson Potts, Tribune Newspapers | April 10, 2013
A German native who consorted for years with New England's social elite by pretending to be a Rockefeller was convicted Wednesday in Los Angeles of first-degree murder, capping a nearly three-decade-old mystery involving a missing couple and a body buried in a Southern California backyard. Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter, 52, was accused of bludgeoning his landlady's adult son with a blunt object, then digging a 3-foot-deep grave in the backyard of the victim's home in San Marino. The body was buried behind a guest house where Gerhartsreiter had been living.
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By Doug Struck and Doug Struck,Jerusalem Bureau of The Sun | November 23, 1994
JERUSALEM -- Weston Fields is not a faint man. Each summer, he rules a crew of a dozen salmon fishermen as they buck the frigid tides and angry winds off Kodiak Island in Alaska. It is hard, bold work that toughens the mind and the hands.But the first time this fishermen held the delicate parchment of a Dead Sea Scroll, he swooned."I was really in a daze. It was such an experience. I remember that I went to my car and backed up into a wall," he says.That experience helped set the course of a strangely dual career.
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April 28, 1991
IMOLA, Italy -- Ayrton Senna did not need to set another lap record yesterday to secure his 55th career pole position.Rain and the wet track prevented the world Formula One champion and his rivals from improving Friday's qualifying times, and the Brazilian driver earned a front-row start in today's San Marino Grand Prix on the basis of his fastest lap in the first session.All drivers, including Ferrari's Alain Prost and Jean Alesi, who had been hoping to improve and please the home crowd, turned the 3.132-mile lap 18 to 24 seconds slower than they did Friday, using rain tires.
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February 23, 1995
William Moffett, 62, the Huntington Library director who opened scholarly access to the Dead Sea Scrolls photographic archive, died of cancer Monday in San Marino, Calif. He focused international attention on the Huntington in 1991 when he eased access to the Dead Sea Scrolls photographs, ending a 40-year monopoly held by a small number of researchers. He was selected librarian of the year in 1993 by the Association of College and Research Libraries. That year, he received the American Library Association's Immroth Memorial Award for Intellectual Freedom and the Special Libraries Association's Professional Librarian of 1993 award.
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Sports on TV | October 17, 2012
WEDNESDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS MLB ALCS Gm. 3: Yankees@Detroit (T) MLB11 a.m. MLB NLCS Gm. 3: San Fran.@St. Louis 45, 53:30 MLB ALCS Gm. 4: Yankees@Detroit TBS8 NBA pre. Brooklyn Nets@Boston (T) NBANoon Cleveland@Philadelphia NBA7 Utah@Clippers NBA10:30 Cleveland@Philadelphia (T) NBA3 a.m. WNBA Finals Gm. 2: Indiana@Minnesota ESPN8 UFL Las Vegas@Omaha CBSSN9 C. foot.
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By PETER BLAIR | April 17, 2006
NASCAR NEXTEL CUP Subway Fresh 500 Site -- Phoenix When -- Saturday, 8:25 p.m. TV -- Ch. 45 (8 p.m.) Track -- Phoenix International Raceway (1-mile oval) Distance -- 312 laps, 312 miles (502.1 km) 2005 winner -- Kurt Busch 2005 pole-sitter -- Jeff Gordon Last year -- Busch, who started second, led 219 of 312 laps and beat Michael Waltrip by 2.315 seconds in the first Nextel Cup night race at the track. Jeff Burton was third. INDY RACING LEAGUE Indy Japan 300 Site -- Motegi, Japan When -- Saturday, 12:01 a.m. TV -- ESPN (Saturday, noon, tape delay)
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By Doug Struck and Doug Struck,Jerusalem Bureau of The Sun | November 23, 1994
JERUSALEM -- Weston Fields is not a faint man. Each summer, he rules a crew of a dozen salmon fishermen as they buck the frigid tides and angry winds off Kodiak Island in Alaska. It is hard, bold work that toughens the mind and the hands.But the first time this fishermen held the delicate parchment of a Dead Sea Scroll, he swooned."I was really in a daze. It was such an experience. I remember that I went to my car and backed up into a wall," he says.That experience helped set the course of a strangely dual career.
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By Los Angeles Times | June 24, 1993
SAN MARINO, Calif. -- Craig, a high school senior, lives a fantasy most teen-agers only dream. He and his sister Zoe, 14, live in a sprawling San Marino ranch house, their one chaperon an elderly servant who speaks no English.Their Taiwanese parents run a construction company in Taipei. Dad drops by every few months on business, but Craig has seen his mother only twice in three years.What they lack in intimacy, Craig said, his parents make up with money: They pay all the bills and shower the youngsters with up to $3,000 each month.
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April 28, 1991
IMOLA, Italy -- Ayrton Senna did not need to set another lap record yesterday to secure his 55th career pole position.Rain and the wet track prevented the world Formula One champion and his rivals from improving Friday's qualifying times, and the Brazilian driver earned a front-row start in today's San Marino Grand Prix on the basis of his fastest lap in the first session.All drivers, including Ferrari's Alain Prost and Jean Alesi, who had been hoping to improve and please the home crowd, turned the 3.132-mile lap 18 to 24 seconds slower than they did Friday, using rain tires.
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September 10, 1990
Norbert J. Roberts, 74, a past president of the New York Academy of Medicine and retired vice president for medicine and environmental health at the Exxon Corp., died Sept. 1 in Bradenton, Fla. A specialist in preventive medicine, he was for many years vice chairman of the American Board of Preventive Medicine and chairman of the Residency Review Committee for Preventive Medicine. He served on the National Cancer Institute's Board of Scientific Counselors.William Silent Hughes, 84, governor of the New York Stock Exchange from 1966 to 1969 and a governor of the Pacific Stock Exchange from 1978 to 1984, died Sept.
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January 13, 1991
Carl David Anderson, 85, a professor who won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1936 and had to borrow $500 to go to Stockholm, Sweden, to collect his prize, died Friday in San Marino, Calif. During World War II, Mr. Anderson was asked to direct the development of the atomic bomb. He declined and worked on a solid-propellant rocket project. Mr. Anderson discovered the positron, the first particle of antimatter shown to exist. He designed and built during the early 1930s an apparatus consisting of a giant electromagnet wrapped around a cloud chamber.
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