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January 5, 1985
UCLA Coach Terry Donahue has said: "The games they remember are played in November." Coach, we Bruin fans remember the games played in January. Thanks for three in a row. TOM COX Torrance
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SPORTS
July 9, 2009 | Mario Aguirre
The Sol blew an opportunity Wednesday to secure its bid to play host to the first Women's Professional Soccer championship game, losing to the St. Louis Athletica, 1-0, in front of an announced crowd of 4,841 at Home Depot Center. The Sol lost its first home game, meaning it will need a victory and a tie in its next three games -- all on the road -- to secure the only guaranteed spot in the Aug. 22 title game. St.
NEWS
August 15, 1991
The Executive Committee of Homenetmen Glendale "Ararat" Chapter extends its sincere gratitude and appreciation for the superb job your paper has done to covering the 16th Annual Navasartian games July 4 to 7 at Glendale High School. We hope your newspaper's commitment in covering such events will continue in the future. Armen Abrahamian Chairman
SPORTS
August 15, 2012 | By Jim Peltz
PITTSBURGH — The tight battle between the Dodgers and the San Francisco Giants for a postseason berth took an unexpected turn Wednesday. Giants outfielder Melky Cabrera, one of the National League's best hitters, was suspended for 50 games without pay Wednesday after testing positive for testosterone, one of baseball's banned performance-enhancing substances. With fewer than 50 games left in the regular season, the suspension effectively ends his season — and provided an immediate lift to the Dodgers.
SPORTS
March 19, 2013 | By Mike Bresnahan
Despite all the Lakers' imponderables in a season full of them, another floated to the surface and bobbed with the uncertain current after another ridiculous loss. The Lakers have never gone an entire season without winning games on consecutive days. It might happen now. Even the 1957-58 Minneapolis Lakers, the worst team in franchise history, managed to win a mid-February game in Detroit and then against Philadelphia a day later, a glorious triumph in an otherwise dour 19-53 campaign.
SPORTS
January 23, 2013 | By Broderick Turner
After the Clippers lost to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday night with Chris Paul sitting out because of a bruised right kneecap, Coach Vinny Del Negro didn't offer encouragement about his All-Star point guard. "Chris is going to be out," Del Negro said. "Hopefully we get him back soon, but other guys have got to step up. " That most likely means that Paul won't play against the Suns in Phoenix on Thursday night or against the Trail Blazers in Portland on Saturday night.
BUSINESS
December 22, 1989 | S. J. DIAMOND
Many parents bought computer games this Christmas, some just because they have a home computer and want their child to learn something while fooling around. It would certainly get the kids away from the TV or the Nintendo. It involves some reading, if only of the manual. And there are great-looking games now, with dungeons, warlords, space travel, mazes and mysteries--obviously pure fun. But these aren't video games, and computers aren't television sets.
SPORTS
September 22, 2012 | By Steve Dilbeck
Win out. That's pretty much what's left for the Dodgers after they fell 6-0 to the Reds and Mat Latos on Saturday. The Dodgers now trail the Cardinals, who won Saturday, by three games for the final wild-card spot. And the Dodgers have only 10 games left in their regular season. They could win out and still not make it, but winning every single game has to be their objective now. It will take a season-best effort to even pull that off. Their longest winning streak of the year is only six games, last accomplished in May. Back then, of course, they had the best record in baseball.
SPORTS
March 23, 2013 | By Broderick Turner
Willie Green understands his role with the Clippers. It is to start at shooting guard when Chauncey Billups is out with an injury. It is to support his teammates when Billups is playing. It is to be a professional when he doesn't play at all. Green has been in the NBA for 10 years and he's not about to cause any problems, because he is a team-first player. "It helps from the standpoint that I can see the bigger picture," Green said. "And the bigger picture is not me moaning and complaining about a couple of games I don't play in. The bigger is picture is that everybody was brought here with the knowledge that we want to go far in the playoffs.
BUSINESS
April 21, 1987 | JAMES BATES, Times Staff Writer
Les Crane was ABC's hope in 1964 to topple Johnny Carson. At 26, the critics called him "the bad boy of late-night television." Seated on a revolving stool in the middle of an arena-like stage, nicknamed the "bear pit" by his crew, Crane grilled guests five nights a week before a live studio audience.
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