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September 22, 1990
Thank you for Janice Goldinger. Never underestimate a woman! CHRISTIE ARNOULT Beverly Hills
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June 26, 1993
Gov. (Pete) Wilson could decrease the state deficit by booking the bets of Janice Goldinger and her guest handicappers. HANK BLOCK Santa Ana
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SPORTS
June 26, 1993
Gov. (Pete) Wilson could decrease the state deficit by booking the bets of Janice Goldinger and her guest handicappers. HANK BLOCK Santa Ana
SPORTS
July 4, 1992
So far in her betting competition at Hollywood Park, Janice Goldinger has taken on an actor who blew a $2,000 bankroll in two weeks and a disc jockey who would have great difficulty determining which end a horse eats out of. What's next, a showdown with the clown prince of handicapping, Curtis Crayon, a man who makes the dart board selection method look like a sure thing? JOHN J. SNYDER Eagle Rock
SPORTS
June 22, 1991
Am I the only person to point out that Janice Goldinger did not win her contest with any of her opponents, but rather she lost less? It does not take a mathematical genius to figure out that you can not lose what you don't bet. YVONNE CERMAK, Hollywood
SPORTS
July 4, 1992
So far in her betting competition at Hollywood Park, Janice Goldinger has taken on an actor who blew a $2,000 bankroll in two weeks and a disc jockey who would have great difficulty determining which end a horse eats out of. What's next, a showdown with the clown prince of handicapping, Curtis Crayon, a man who makes the dart board selection method look like a sure thing? JOHN J. SNYDER Eagle Rock
SPORTS
August 24, 1991
I entered your contest to match handicapping skills with Janice Goldinger. I was disappointed with the judges' selection. The judges asked for qualifications of the entrants and yet picked a winner who didn't even write his own letters, and whose only qualifications seem to be cockiness and chauvinism. After watching hot-shot handicappers take on Janice and get crushed, I would not think the judges would choose the same type of handicapper again. It seems a handicapper with the best chance would be one who respects Janice and realizes what a difficult task it will be to defeat her. This does not mean I think I should have won, as I am sure there were many truly qualified entrants.
SPORTS
August 18, 1991
The response to our effort to find a suitable challenger to compete in the Betting With Janice column met with enormous response. More than 375 said they could handily beat Janice Goldinger. Perhaps the most amazing thing, the judges said, was the overwhelming number of those who said they are consistent winners at the track. "If so many people can win at the track," asked one judge, "then, first, what are they doing working real jobs, and, second, how can the tracks stay in business?"
SPORTS
August 28, 1990
SURELOCK lost $60 when his other two exacta horses failed to hook up with winner Bold Costa in the fifth race, but the computer made a $204 profit for the day when Beata ($8.60) won the eighth race. SURELOCK's Mon. Bankroll $3,155 Monday's Profit $204 Current Bankroll $3,359 Janice Goldinger lost $50 when her two win bets and her place parlay failed. Janice's Mon. Bankroll $1576.75 Monday's Loss $50 Current Bankroll $1,526.
SPORTS
October 29, 1990
I closed the week with a $50 loss when Excellent Guest proved rude in the third race Sunday. Janice Goldinger's Sun. Bankroll: $2,232.50 Sunday's Loss: $50 Current Bankroll: $2,182.50 SURELOCK lost $100 when Stylish Star finished fourth in the eighth race. However, the computer got back its $60 exacta wager in the ninth when Reppus Tuolluf was scratched. SURELOCK's Sun.
SPORTS
August 24, 1991
I entered your contest to match handicapping skills with Janice Goldinger. I was disappointed with the judges' selection. The judges asked for qualifications of the entrants and yet picked a winner who didn't even write his own letters, and whose only qualifications seem to be cockiness and chauvinism. After watching hot-shot handicappers take on Janice and get crushed, I would not think the judges would choose the same type of handicapper again. It seems a handicapper with the best chance would be one who respects Janice and realizes what a difficult task it will be to defeat her. This does not mean I think I should have won, as I am sure there were many truly qualified entrants.
SPORTS
August 18, 1991
The response to our effort to find a suitable challenger to compete in the Betting With Janice column met with enormous response. More than 375 said they could handily beat Janice Goldinger. Perhaps the most amazing thing, the judges said, was the overwhelming number of those who said they are consistent winners at the track. "If so many people can win at the track," asked one judge, "then, first, what are they doing working real jobs, and, second, how can the tracks stay in business?"
SPORTS
June 22, 1991
Am I the only person to point out that Janice Goldinger did not win her contest with any of her opponents, but rather she lost less? It does not take a mathematical genius to figure out that you can not lose what you don't bet. YVONNE CERMAK, Hollywood
SPORTS
September 22, 1990
Thank you for Janice Goldinger. Never underestimate a woman! CHRISTIE ARNOULT Beverly Hills
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