Stories for May 1985

Thursday, May 30

The Late-Night Lunacy of Uncle Ed Muscare

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Thursday, May 23

If It's Free, It's For Me

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Thursday, May 16

The Only Honest Game in Town

Who needs poker parlors? A bunch of elderly gents up at the Ace'e Duce'e, that's who.

"We thought it was the bingo parlors out on the Indian reservations cutting into our business. For a while they were getting 1500 people a night out there. Now I’ve heard their business is way ofF.”

Thursday, May 9

So You Want to Be a Doctor

You say you've got a good mind, top grades and top scores, and the desire to help people? Don't be surprised if UCSD School of Medicine turns you down.

"The pre-med nerd sits in the front row in his classes and asks questions all the time to display his knowledge;' explains Hu. "Usually he already knows the answer. He takes furious notes and carries a tape recorder."

When the Fly Slaps the Water

Fishing the coastal cnayons for fun and philosophy

Fly-fishing in San Diego becomes with time, if you love fly-fishing, more and more improvisatory. This year, when winter Santa Anas threw my garden all out of whack, the hose seemed more like a fly ...

Thursday, May 2

Bugs and Worms and Dinosaur Bones

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