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August 23, 1986
This may well be the worst team in history to draw 3 million (frustrated) fans. EARL S. DRAIMIN Van Nuys
October 22, 1989
The original "Win, Lose or Draw" with Bert Convy was great, but the new format leaves a lot to be desired. Mrs. Helen Brosky, Dana Point
March 4, 2007
Re "Drawing the line," editorial, Feb. 27 The editorial on reapportionment was a few steps short of the needed journey. The problem remains how reapportionment should be accomplished. And your editorial reveals nothing of the intricacies or difficulties of the problem. Saying "let a citizens commission draw the lines" is meaningless because it implies a solution that does not yet exist. A citizens commission (chosen by lot, or by judges or however) probably would lack expertise.
January 16, 2000
Feiffer's Sunday strip was so right-on! Cartoons are a true American art form depicting the human condition. I, for one, could not start my day without them. Long may they draw! ESTELLE ABRAMS Northridge
August 15, 1998
CNBC's "Upfront Tonight" is scheduled to debut Aug. 24--yet Howard Rosenberg is already negative and sarcastic ("To What Can This Be Attributed?," Aug. 12): "First [Geraldo] Rivera, now [Diane] Dimond. Draw your own conclusions." Yo, Howard. How about waiting to see the show once or twice before you draw conclusions about it! MICHAEL SCHOEN (Married to the co-host) Los Angeles
April 19, 2014 | By David Undercoffler
Each spring, the small town of Moab, Utah, gets overrun with Jeeps. They come in every size, shape, and color, and they come by the thousands. The draw is the annual Easter Jeep Safari, a gathering of Jeep fanatics that is now in its 48th year. The event was created by the Moab Chamber of Commerce, but these days it's run by the Red Rock 4-Wheelers, a local club that promotes trail maintenance and responsible off-roading. PHOTOS: Highlights from the Easter Jeep Safari The draw is nine days of off-roading on public trails outside Moab that are considered some of the most picturesque -- and challenging -- in the country.
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