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April 14, 2010

Craig Noel obituary: The obituary of Craig Noel, the founding director of San Diego's Old Globe, in the April 5 LATExtra section said he had no immediate survivors. Noel is survived by his partner, Hamza Houidi.

Dodgers vs. Marlins: An article on the Dodgers' 7-6 loss to the Florida Marlins in Sunday's Sports section said Dodgers pinch-hitter Andre Ethier had hit a two-run home run in the eighth inning. Ethier's hit was a two-run single.

College basketball: An article in Saturday's Sports section about Evan Turner's winning the Wooden Award as college basketball's best player identified John Calipari as coach of the University of Memphis. Calipari formerly coached at Memphis. He is now coach at Kentucky.

Dodger Stadium Express: Bill Dwyre, in his column in Saturday's Sports section about the Dodgers' revived bus transportation to and from Union Station on game days, said there was a Metrolink stop at Staples Center. The stop is actually for the Blue Line light-rail train, which is run by the MTA.

NHL standings: The final NHL standings in Monday's Sports section showed the Montreal Canadiens finishing in seventh place and the Philadelphia Flyers in eighth place. The Flyers finished ahead of Montreal by virtue of having more wins, despite being tied in points.

John "Jack" Agnew obituary: The obituary of World War II veteran John "Jack" Agnew in Tuesday's LATExtra section said he was born in 1927. He was born in 1922.

Unreal World: In the April 12 Health section, a column about an assisted suicide on "Grey's Anatomy" said that a patient had been sent home with a prescription for barbiturates. In fact, the patient in the episode took the barbiturates and died in the hospital.

Track and field: An article in Sunday's Sports section on the Arcadia Invitational meet said 17 runners had broken nine minutes in the boys' 3,200 meters. Sixteen runners broke nine minutes in that race.

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