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For the record

March 09, 2011

Jim Hall Quartet: An article in the March 6 Arts & Books section about notable jazz concerts this spring said that tickets to the March 26 performance by the Jim Hall Quartet at Musicians Institute in L.A. are $3. They are $35 for general admission; $20 for students.

"The King's Speech": An article in the March 7 Calendar section about the box-office performance of "The King's Speech" after it won the Oscar for best picture said the film was distributed by Paramount Pictures. The distributor was the Weinstein Co.

Television ratings: An article in the Jan. 20 Calendar section about the weekly prime-time television ratings said that Fox had been helped to a second-place finish by the large audience for an NFL playoff game between the Atlanta Falcons and the Philadelphia Eagles. The game featured the Falcons and the Green Bay Packers.

Perfect games: Jerry Crowe's "Text messages from press row" column in the March 3 Sports section, in noting that major league perfect-game pitchers Don Larsen and David Wells both graduated from Point Loma High School in San Diego, said that Wells was a member of the Class of 1973. Wells graduated in 1982.

Harold Miner: In the March 8 Sports section, a photo caption that accompanied a "Crowe's Nest" column about former USC basketball star Harold Miner said that Miner and his family live in Henderson, Nev. They live in Las Vegas.

High school basketball: Eric Sondheimer's high school column in the March 7 Sports section said that the Long Beach Poly boys' basketball team had a 29-2 record. Poly's record was 29-1.

Judy Garland: The Home section's Feb. 26 Hot Property column, which reported the listing of Judy Garland's former Bel-Air house, said the actress and singer died in 1966. She died in 1969.

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