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February 05, 2011

Ojai lecture: The Datebook listings in the Feb. 5 Home section included a listing for a Craig Walker lecture about Ojai that was canceled. The Feb. 5 event was canceled after the section was printed.

Arhoolie Records: An article in the Feb. 4 Calendar section on Arhoolie Records' 50th anniversary said Santiago Jimenez was the son of Flaco Jimenez. The musicians are brothers.

Betty White: An item in the TV This Week column in the Jan. 30 Calendar section called actress Betty White a nonagenarian. She is 88, making her an octogenarian.

1,000 Words: The caption with the 1,000 Words photo in Section A on Feb. 4 said a volunteer at the Phoenix Open golf tournament was lying on the 18th green during a weather delay. The volunteer was resting near the 18th hole, not on the green itself.

L.A. teams' long road trips: A map with an article in the Feb. 4 Sports section about the effect of the Grammy Awards and NBA All-Star Game on Staples Center scheduling indicated that the Lakers would fly home after playing in Oklahoma City at the end of February and would have traveled 11,239 miles for nine games. In fact, after Oklahoma City the team travels to Minneapolis for a game on March 1. That means the team will have flown 11,173 miles in February, plus 1,514 miles for the return to Los Angeles from Minneapolis.

College basketball: In the Feb. 4 Sports section, the Men's Basketball Top 25 chart said No. 7 San Diego State next plays Feb. 8 against Utah. The Aztecs next play Feb. 5 vs. TCU.

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