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March 30, 2010
Franklin D. Burgess Hoops star became federal judge Franklin D. Burgess, 75, a U.S. district judge and college basketball star who led the nation in scoring at Gonzaga University, died Friday of cancer at a hospice in Tacoma, Wash. He led the nation in scoring in 1960-61, averaging 32.4 points per game during his senior season at Gonzaga. His No. 44 jersey is one of two retired by the university; the other belongs to NBA great John Stockton. Franklin Douglas Burgess was born March 9, 1935, in Eudora, Ark. He spent one year at what is now the University of Arkansas Pine Bluff and served in the Air Force before going to Gonzaga in 1958.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 30, 2010
Franklin D. Burgess Hoops star became federal judge Franklin D. Burgess, 75, a U.S. district judge and college basketball star who led the nation in scoring at Gonzaga University, died Friday of cancer at a hospice in Tacoma, Wash. He led the nation in scoring in 1960-61, averaging 32.4 points per game during his senior season at Gonzaga. His No. 44 jersey is one of two retired by the university; the other belongs to NBA great John Stockton. Franklin Douglas Burgess was born March 9, 1935, in Eudora, Ark. He spent one year at what is now the University of Arkansas Pine Bluff and served in the Air Force before going to Gonzaga in 1958.
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February 26, 2000 | Times Staff
As oil hit a nine-year high Friday, closing at $30.35 a barrel, analysts from St. Louis brokerage A.G. Edwards drilled into the energy sector to recommend several stocks. Their picks and comments: * Callon Petroleum (ticker: CPE; Friday close: $13; estimated per-share earnings for 2000, according to Bloomberg News: 36 cents): "Callon is a small exploration and production company that operates almost exclusively offshore in the Gulf of Mexico.
BUSINESS
February 26, 2000 | Times Staff
As oil hit a nine-year high Friday, closing at $30.35 a barrel, analysts from St. Louis brokerage A.G. Edwards drilled into the energy sector to recommend several stocks. Their picks and comments: * Callon Petroleum (ticker: CPE; Friday close: $13; estimated per-share earnings for 2000, according to Bloomberg News: 36 cents): "Callon is a small exploration and production company that operates almost exclusively offshore in the Gulf of Mexico.
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May 11, 2005 | From Bloomberg News
El Paso Corp., owner of the largest U.S. network of natural gas pipelines, posted first-quarter net income of $106 million as the company profited on the sale of its stake in Enterprise Products Partners. Per-share profit was 17 cents, contrasted with a loss of $206 million, or 32 cents, a year earlier, the Houston-based company said in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing. Revenue fell 22% to $1.21 billion.
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