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Articles from the November 4, 2009 edition

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 Sports    November 4, 2009

The Championship Is Near-Culver Humiliates Santa Monica

Just as the season is winding down, the Culver City High football team’s defense is beginning to hit its stride, and it appears as if the result will be another Ocean League title. Last week against Santa Monica, what had looked like a showdown...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    November 4, 2009

West LA Wins In Football

West Los Angeles College won its first conference football game of the season Saturday by stopping Santa Barbara on a two-point conversion try on the final play. The Wildcats won, 42-40 and now have...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    November 4, 2009

New Season, New Issues For Lakers

In the Lakers’ first four games they won twice, were non-competitive in a home loss to Dallas and required overtime to defeat Oklahoma City Reminded that the Lakers aren’t playing anywhere close...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    News    November 4, 2009

Measure EE Breezes To Victory- Silbiger, Paspalis, Siever Win School Board Berths

Measure EE, the parcel tax that will guarantee funds for the Culver City School District, breezed to victory Tuesday night. More than $1 million per year is expected. The measure required a...

 
 By Mitch Chortkoff    Sports    November 4, 2009

After Nine Years, USC Is Routed

There is no way to minimize what happened to the USC football team in Eugene, Oregon on Halloween night. It was so devastating, so convincing that it merits our full attention now. For the first time...