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SPORTS
July 16, 2000
Event: 129th British Open golf championship. Dates: July 20-23. Defending champion: Paul Lawrie. Site: The Old Course at St. Andrews. Length: 7,115 yards. Par: 36-36--72. Format: 72 holes (18 daily) stroke play. Playoff, if necessary: Four holes, stroke play. Purse: 2.75 million British pounds (approximately $4.4 million). Winners share: 500,000 British pounds (approximately $800,000).
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 19, 1998 | MICHAEL GOTTLIEB
More than 200 Special Olympians from San Diego to San Luis Obispo will compete in the fourth annual "5-a-Side" Soccer Tournament at Cal Lutheran University on Saturday. The opening ceremony will be at 8:30 a.m., and competition starts at 9. After the competition, athletes will receive awards, prizes and goody bags at a 4:30 p.m. ceremony.
SPORTS
October 18, 1994 | CHRIS BAKER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Clipper center Elmore Spencer stormed out of practice Monday night at UC Irvine, changed into his street clothes in a bathroom and walked three miles to the team hotel. Teammate Charles Outlaw and assistant coach Jim Brewer tried unsuccessfully to talk him out of leaving. Spencer, who declined comment, didn't attend a mandatory team meeting and breakfast Monday morning or a team luncheon before practice. Clipper Coach Bill Fitch was baffled by Spencer's unexpected departure.
SPORTS
October 19, 1994 | CHRIS BAKER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hurry back Stanley Roberts, Coach Bill Fitch and the Clippers need you. The Clippers could have used Roberts, who has practiced only once after reporting to training camp overweight and out of shape, in Tuesday night's 120-104 exhibition loss to the Lakers before 18,052 at the Pond. It was the largest crowd in the 25-year history of the franchise that played in Buffalo and San Diego before moving to Los Angeles in 1984.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 28, 2013 | By David Ng
Geoffrey Rush will reprise his role in the musical "The Drowsy Chaperone" for the big screen, according to news reports in Canada. The Oscar-winning actor, who has appeared in the hit stage musical in his native Australia, also is expected to serve as executive producer on the movie project. Don McKellar, who co-wrote the book for the musical with Bob Martin, said he will adapt the the movie version. The Canadian actor-writer-director revealed plans for the movie during a recent press event leading up to the Toronto Film Festival.
NEWS
April 14, 1994 | From Associated Press
A man stormed into a fiber optics plant Wednesday and opened fire with a handgun, killing two former co-workers and wounding two others. The gunman later killed himself, authorities said. "We looked out over the plant floor--we saw people just running at random. And it was just a pop, pop, pop. We never did see the guy," Sid Gregory, an employee at Sumitomo Electric Fiber Optics Corp., told WRAL-TV.
BUSINESS
July 31, 2009 | Associated Press
Alabama's ban on a wine that features a nude nymph on the label has become a business opportunity for a California vintner who is preparing a marketing campaign to capitalize on being "Banned in Bama." The Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board recently told stores and restaurants to quit serving Cycles Gladiator wine because of the label.
BUSINESS
July 11, 2012 | By Jerry Hirsch, Los Angeles Times
Don't like your new Chevy? Take it back for a refund. In a move that makes car buying akin to shopping for shoes at Nordstrom, Chevrolet's Love It or Return It offer will allow new-car buyers to return vehicles for a full refund as long as they have fewer than 4,000 miles on them. Buyers who choose to return a vehicle will get their money back, including what they paid in sales tax on the vehicle. They will still incur some expenses such as any other taxes, licensing and registration fees and extras such as extended warranties.
BUSINESS
October 30, 2008 | Alana Semuels, Semuels is a Times staff writer.
With stock portfolios in the toilet, layoffs looming everywhere and credit hard to come by, many folks are looking for places to cut back. That includes their own heads. Consumers are slashing their budgets by skipping visits to upscale hair salons and opting for inexpensive stylists. Some are getting haircuts less often or dyeing their own locks at home.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 20, 1989 | STEVE PADILLA, Times Staff Writer
Responding to warnings that they should tread lightly on the legendary and star-lined Hollywood Walk of Fame, backers of the Newhall Western Walk of Fame have agreed to change the name of their sidewalk tribute. From now on, the walkway along San Fernando Road will be known as the Newhall Walk of Western Stars, said Bob Martin, who heads the committee that maintains the landmark for the Downtown Newhall Merchants Assn.
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