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SPORTS
June 18, 1989 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Former Oakland Raiders defensive lineman John Matuszak was pronounced dead Saturday night after he was rushed to a hospital for an undetermined ailment, officials said. "He came into the hospital, and he has expired," said Karen Marlin, a nursing supervisor at St. Joseph Medical Center in Burbank. The cause of death would be announced by the Los Angeles County coroner, she said. Ms. Marlin said additional information was being withheld, pending notification of family members.
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BUSINESS
January 17, 1995 | JOHN O'DELL
Wyle Laboratories said Monday that company President Ralph L. Ozorkiewicz will assume the added duties of chief executive on March 31, when Chairman Charles M. Clough retires from that post. Clough, 66, will remain chairman of the Irvine-based semiconductor and computer systems distribution company. Ozorkiewicz, 48, will continue as president, a position he has held since 1992, when he was also elected to Wyle's board.
BUSINESS
January 17, 1995 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Wyle Laboratories said Monday that company President Ralph L. Ozorkiewicz will take on the added duties of chief executive officer March 31, when Chairman Charles M. Clough retires from that post. Clough, 66, will remain chairman of the Irvine-based semiconductor and computer systems distribution company. Ozorkiewicz, 48, will continue as president, a position he has held since 1992, when he was also elected to Wyle's board of directors.
SPORTS
May 22, 1992 | WENDY WITHERSPOON
Fielding a young lineup, UCLA relied on its veteran pitchers all season, and it was more of the same Thursday in the first round of the NCAA Division I softball tournament at Oklahoma City. Lisa Fernandez pitched a one-hitter for her 19th shutout of the season as the Bruins defeated Massachusetts, 4-0. Bruin pitchers have 36 shutouts in 52 games. Fernandez (26-0), who also drove in a run and scored one, struck out 10 and walked none. She has pitched 46th consecutive shutout innings.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 18, 2013 | Los Angeles Times staff and wire reports
Pedro Ramirez Vazquez, an architect who changed the face of Mexico City by designing a number of landmark modernist structures, died on Tuesday, his 94th birthday. The cause was pneumonia, according to Mexico's National Council for Culture and the Arts. Ramirez Vazquez was known for stunningly original designs that blended a European modernist sensibility with pre-Columbia aesthetics. His most famous modernist buildings, all in Mexico City, include the Basilica of Guadalupe, one of the country's holiest shrines; the National Museum of Anthropology, distinguished by a vast, square concrete umbrella; and Azteca Stadium, open since the mid-1960s and home to Mexico's national soccer team.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 13, 2003 | Jean O. Pasco, Times Staff Writer
Travel-trailer magnate Johnnie R. Crean was a roughhewn candidate for Congress who was so unpalatable that after winning the Republican nomination in 1982, GOP activists successfully backed a write-in candidate. Today, Crean is under fire again, this time from parents and faculty revolting against his 10-year chairmanship of the Army and Navy Academy in Carlsbad, California's only private military boarding school.
SPORTS
July 22, 2010 | By Bill Shaikin
The Dodgers attract fewer fans to their stadium than they did three decades ago. And, despite three trips to the playoffs in the last four years, one in five tickets has gone unused in that time. The attendance figures, part of a court filing in the divorce between Dodgers owner Frank McCourt and his estranged wife, Jamie, provide rare insight into a question Major League Baseball hasn't answered in 17 years: How many people attend games? In 1993, in consolidating business operations between the National League and American League, MLB standardized the definition of attendance as tickets sold, not tickets used.
BUSINESS
February 1, 1990 | From Associated Press
Construction spending, held back by severe weather, fell 0.6% in December, reversing a November gain and ending 1989 with the lowest increase in seven years, the government reported today. The Commerce Department said residential, non-residential and government construction spending totaled a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $414.6 billion in December, the lowest rate since last June's 1% decline. For the year, spending totaled $414.7 billion, up 1.2% from 1988.
SPORTS
August 11, 1994 | From Associated Press
Top-seeded Sergi Bruguera needed three sets to defeat Russian Andrei Cherkasov, 6-1, 2-6, 6-1, on Wednesday in the second round of the $1.72-million ATP Championship. The Spanish clay specialist, a three-time winner on that surface this year, inherited the top seeding when No. 1-ranked Pete Sampras withdrew late last week because of tendinitis in his ankle.
BUSINESS
February 3, 1987
Vector Graphic, a pioneer in the personal computer business, said Monday that it will liquidate under Chapter 7 of the U. S. Bankruptcy Code. The decision comes a year after the Westlake Village-based company stopped making computer equipment and nearly 14 months after it filed a petition under Chapter 11 of the bankruptcy code, which permits a company to reorganize while keeping creditors at bay. Vector Graphic said no money is available to be distributed to unsecured creditors or stockholders.
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