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Althea Gibson To Be Honored

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Fullerton

By Earl Heath – Rita Long

It has been two years since the world lost o­ne of its greatest female athletes. It’s been two years since the sun has set o­n the life of a woman that touched so many and paved the way for many more. Althea Gibson would have been 78 this past September 28th. Gibson was a trailblazing athlete who became the first woman of color to win championships at grand slam events such as Wimbledon, the French Open and the U.S. Open.

CORE-CA Teams With IFD To Assist Inner City Youth Nutritionally

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By Rita Long

CORE-CA has teamed with the International Fitness Diplomats (IFD) in order to bring about healthier youth among minorities. “The program is to help our young people,” said CORE-CA Chairman Adrian Dove. “Minorities are susceptible to a lot of diseases if their nutrition is not proper.”

Trojans Win Big – No Comeback For Bruins

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By Rita Long

UCLA wasn't able to come back this time as Arizona defeated them 52-14 before a crowd of 55,775. Four of the five previous games the Bruins were able to comeback, this time they dug too big of a hole to get out of. They trailed 31-7 at the half and were out gained o­n the ground 315 yards to 85.

3rd Annual Animal Trax 5K/10K Set for Nov. 19th

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Fullerton

What do you get when you combine the 2004 NCAA Baseball Champions from Cal State Fullerton, and a fury of four-legged friends?  The 3rd Annual Animal Trax 5K/10K of course!  The run/walk will be held November 19, 2005 o­n the campus of California State University, Fullerton.

These Women Love Football

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Los Angeles

By Earl Heath – Rita Long
Special to The Black Voice News


Each weekend through-out the fall and winter men have been known to be couch potatoes, remote hogs and all kinds of other weird names associated to this addiction to football.

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