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BUSINESS
June 28, 1986
Robert T. Campion, 65, the longtime chairman and chief executive of Lear Siegler, will retire Aug. 15 and be replaced by current president Norman A. Barkeley, the company announced Friday. Campion became chief executive of the Santa Monica-based firm in 1971, when revenue was in the $500-million range, and became chairman in 1974. Last year, sales totaled $2.4 billion from its broad range of aerospace, automotive and industrial products.
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ENTERTAINMENT
February 1, 2006 | From Reuters
"Evita" came full circle Tuesday with Andrew Lloyd Webber announcing plans to revive the '70s musical in London with Argentine star Elena Roger in the lead role. Roger, a fan of Madonna in the film version, was born in 1974, the year that Lloyd Webber and lyricist Tim Rice started work on what was to become one of their most successful musicals. Lloyd Webber said he had no plans to write new songs for the show, which opens in June.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 15, 1992 | MAIA DAVIS
When Tina Abel sees the American flag, she remembers arriving in this country 40 years ago from Germany. "I stepped down from a ship in New York Harbor," said Abel, 69, who fled Europe after spending three years in a camp for war refugees. "They played 'The Star-Spangled Banner,' and we all cried." Abel was one of six flag bearers in a Flag Day ceremony sponsored by the Simi Valley Elks Lodge at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Sunday.
SPORTS
September 2, 1991 | THOMAS BONK
Jimmy Connors celebrates his 39th birthday today by playing Aaron Krickstein in a fourth-round match. Krickstein, who is 0-5 against Connors, says he doesn't think he will be psyched out by the Connors mystique. "I think a lot of guys . . . you get a five-time U.S. Open champion . . . if you read into it, you think about it too much," Krickstein said. "Then you can be in awe of him. We grew up watching him on TV, so it is kind of weird to be playing him (in important matches).
SPORTS
June 5, 2006 | Peter Christensen, Special to the Times
It has been almost 30 years since Pele -- aka Edson Arantes do Nascimento -- played his last soccer match, an exhibition at Giants Stadium in New Jersey, cheered on by a crowd of 75,000. Pele played the first half for the New York Cosmos and the second half for Santos, his former Brazilian club. During the game, it began to rain. The next day, a newspaper headline read: "Even the sky was crying." On a recent day in the three-time world champion's new office in Sao Paulo, no one was crying.
NEWS
November 4, 1989 | STANLEY MEISLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
East Harlem is inner-city America: where crack sells in rubble-caked lots, guns sound in the night, public housing darkens under graffiti, abandoned tenements rot on decrepit streets and tattered men just hang around. "You don't walk around here at night," said Allister Whitman, who supervises the speech programs in East Harlem's public schools. "If you walk around 109th Street," said Leslie Moore, director of a junior high school on that street, "you will see lines forming for crack.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 28, 2004 | Gary Klein, Times Staff Writer
Foster Andersen, the only man to have served on the football coaching staffs of USC, UCLA and the Los Angeles Rams, died Monday in Mission Hills of complications of a long illness. He was 64. Andersen coached for eight Southland teams during a career that began in the early 1960s. John Robinson, a former USC assistant and Trojan head coach who also coached the Rams, said Tuesday that Andersen loved his profession.
MAGAZINE
September 30, 1990 | Maura Dolan
A chain of low hills began to rise. Moving plates beneath the earth's crust pushed them skyward. They climbed imperceptibly at first, fractions of an inch over centuries. On the western flank of the central range, a river accelerated into a torrent. The crashing water cut a narrow, V-shaped canyon out of the granite. Twenty-three million years passed. An icecap enshrouded the summit of the range. Tongues of ice streamed down into the canyon. The ice thickened.
SPORTS
February 10, 2003 | From Associated Press
A Croatian fan sitting courtside waved a sign as James Blake was about to serve: "You can't beat without Pete." The United States certainly didn't have Pete Sampras on Sunday when it was eliminated by Croatia in the first round of the Davis Cup. These are different times for the Americans at the Davis Cup. Instead of Sampras or Andre Agassi, or even the injured Andy Roddick, it was left to James Blake to keep their prospects alive.
SPORTS
May 4, 1987
Ken Garcia broke a 4-4 tie in the eighth inning with a two-run single, then threw out a runner at the plate for the game's final out as Cal State Fullerton defeated San Jose State, 6-5, in a Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. baseball game Sunday at Fullerton. Longo Garcia (10-2) went the distance as Fullerton (16-2, 39-14) won its fifth consecutive game. Garcia got the first two outs in the ninth but walked two batters and allowed a single to load the bases.
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