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April 7, 1994 | BILL CHRISTINE
A couple of former quarterbacks, Don Klosterman and Eddie LeBaron, have applied to the state's department of gaming registration for a lease to operate the card-playing club at Hollywood Park. Klosterman, who played football at Loyola before his professional career was ended by a skiing accident, and Don Robbins, the president of Hollywood Park, confirmed the application Wednesday.
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April 7, 1994 | BILL CHRISTINE
A couple of former quarterbacks, Don Klosterman and Eddie LeBaron, have applied to the state's department of gaming registration for a lease to operate the card-playing club at Hollywood Park. Klosterman, who played football at Loyola before his professional career was ended by a skiing accident, and Don Robbins, the president of Hollywood Park, confirmed the application Wednesday.
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December 24, 1985
The Atlanta Falcons announced Monday that they have fired Eddie LeBaron, the team's executive vice president, but said no decision has yet been reached on the future of Coach Dan Henning. Rankin Smith Sr., who owns the team, said a decision on Henning would be made later in the week. He also said that Tom Braatz, the Falcons' general manager, has been asked to remain with the organization, although his responsibilities will be redefined.
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December 24, 1985
The Atlanta Falcons announced Monday that they have fired Eddie LeBaron, the team's executive vice president, but said no decision has yet been reached on the future of Coach Dan Henning. Rankin Smith Sr., who owns the team, said a decision on Henning would be made later in the week. He also said that Tom Braatz, the Falcons' general manager, has been asked to remain with the organization, although his responsibilities will be redefined.
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December 29, 1985
Atlanta Falcon owner Rankin Smith Sr. says his sons, Rankin Smith Jr. and Taylor Smith, will take over the duties of dismissed chief operating officer Eddie LeBaron.
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December 7, 2001
Six All-America quarterbacks as punters (minimum 50 career punts): Player: Average John Hadl: 40.6 Steve Spurrier: 40.3 Earl Morrall: 39.2 Eddie LeBaron: 38.5 Norm Van Brocklin: 37.8 John Brodie: 35.6 Source: World Features Syndicate
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March 8, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Five Sacramento businessmen have submitted an application to bring an NFL expansion team to the capital, the Sacramento Bee reported. The paper said former San Francisco 49er coach Bill Walsh has expressed interest in part ownership, lining up investors and serving as managing partner.
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July 1, 1994 | BOB MIESZERSKI
The Hollywood Park Card Casino is scheduled to open at 1:30 p.m. today. Construction was completed in May but the opening was delayed until the company Hollywood Park chose to operate the facility, Pacific Casino Management, was granted a license by the state a few weeks ago. Pacific Casino Management is headed by former NFL figures Don Klosterman and Eddie LeBaron.
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June 18, 1994 | BOB MIESZERSKI
The California Attorney General's office has granted a license to Pacific Casino Management, Inc., the company Hollywood Park has contracted to operate its casino, which will probably open in the first week of July. Pacific Casino Management, Inc., a newly formed corporation headed by Don Klosterman and Eddie LeBaron, will pay Hollywood Park a lease fee.
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March 8, 2001 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Troy Aikman era in Dallas ended with a jolt Wednesday when the Cowboys waived the quarterback who won three Super Bowls but isn't ready to retire despite repeated concussions and his dwindling effectiveness.
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August 30, 1991 | EARL GUSTKEY
Some Boston Red Sox statistics after 116 games: --Overall record, 58-58. --Against left-handers, 15-15; right-handers, 43-43. --On grass, 47-47; on artificial turf, 11-11. --In day games, 19-19; at night, 39-39. --Runs scored, 507; runs allowed, 507. --Home runs at home, 52; home runs allowed at home, 52. Trivia time: What was Lou Gehrig's highest salary with the New York Yankees?
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November 24, 1985 | Associated Press
His best punt of the year provided a good example of what the season has brought for Rick Donnelly and the Atlanta Falcons. In overtime against Philadelphia last Sunday, Donnelly boomed a 68-yard punt that ducked out of bounds inside the Eagles' one-yard line. "That was great feeling at that moment," Donnelly said. "It didn't last very long." Two plays later, the Eagles scored on a 99-yard pass to win 23-17.
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