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July 20, 1989
Bryan Lewis, a former hockey referee, has been appointed the National Hockey League NHL's director of officiating, replacing the late John McCauley.
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SPORTS
July 20, 1989
Bryan Lewis, a former hockey referee, has been appointed the National Hockey League NHL's director of officiating, replacing the late John McCauley.
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SPORTS
June 3, 1989
John McCauley, National Hockey League director of officiating, who was hospitalized Sunday because of sudden illness, died in Toronto of complications after surgery. He was 44.
SPORTS
June 3, 1989
John McCauley, National Hockey League director of officiating, who was hospitalized Sunday because of sudden illness, died in Toronto of complications after surgery. He was 44.
NEWS
November 14, 1988 | JERRY GILLAM and DAVID FREED, Times Staff Writers
Three more bodies were unearthed from the grounds of a boarding home here late Saturday and Sunday, bringing to five the number of victims police believe were killed for their Social Security checks by the home's manager. As investigators hunted for manager Dorthea Montalvo Puente, 59, others continued probing about the two-story Victorian house where it is feared that as many as eight bodies may be found.
BUSINESS
July 20, 1991 | JAMES S. GRANELLI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With his bank under increasing pressure from regulators, William T. Brady resigned Friday as chairman, president and chief executive of Mission Viejo National Bank and its parent company, Viejo Bancorp. Brady remains as a director of the bank and its holding company. He is succeeded as chairman by Ronald P. Cordes, a commercial airline pilot and bank director for 10 years. John McCauley, the bank's senior credit officer, took over as acting president.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 22, 2003 | From Associated Press
The practice of showing commercials before the start of movies defrauds the public and should be stopped, according to lawsuits filed in Chicago against two movie-theater chains. The on-screen commercials delay the start of films beyond the posted times, which deceives theatergoers, the lawsuits claim. The class-action lawsuits were filed in Cook County Circuit Court this week against Classic Cinemas and Loews Cineplex Entertainment.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 12, 2005 | From Associated Press
50 Cent said he was saddened by the fatal shooting at a theater where his movie "Get Rich or Die Tryin' " was playing. "I feel for the victim's family in this situation," 50 Cent said on ABC's "The View" on Friday. "But you know, these weren't kids. This was a 30-year-old man [who] had a dispute with three other guys." Shelton Flowers, 30, was shot at least three times Wednesday night after he got into an argument with another man inside a Loews multiplex just east of Pittsburgh.
SPORTS
January 26, 1986
UC Irvine men's tennis Coach Greg Patton said his team had a "scary" time during its Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. opener against improved Nevada Las Vegas, but the Anteaters came through by sweeping the doubles for a 6-3 victory Saturday at Irvine. The 17th-ranked Anteaters were ailing. There was even some doubt whether they would have enough healthy players to compete. Of 14 players, three had the flu, two had stress fractures, one had a bad back and another had a turned ankle.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 6, 2011
MOVIES Between Disorder and Unexpected Pleasures: Tales From the New Chinese Cinema Digital innovations have enabled contemporary Chinese independent filmmakers to flourish in recent years, resulting in a colorful tableau of daring and at times darkly humorous films that explore new ways of viewing truth and fiction. The series kicks off with novelist-filmmaker Zhu Wen's "Thomas Mao," a funny and surreal tale of a painter trekking through the grasslands of Inner Mongolia.
NEWS
November 14, 1988 | JERRY GILLAM and DAVID FREED, Times Staff Writers
Three more bodies were unearthed from the grounds of a boarding home here late Saturday and Sunday, bringing to five the number of victims police believe were killed for their Social Security checks by the home's manager. As investigators hunted for manager Dorthea Montalvo Puente, 59, others continued probing about the two-story Victorian house where it is feared that as many as eight bodies may be found.
SPORTS
January 7, 1988 | DAN HAFNER
Sometimes, hockey is so easy for the Edmonton Oilers, they need a special challenge. They have one now. Wayne Gretzky, the best player in the National Hockey League, is out indefinitely with a sprained knee, and another outstanding center, speedy Mark Messier, is also injured. So, how have the Stanley Cup champions reacted to these losses? By playing their best hockey of the season, that's how. With Grant Fuhr turning aside 29 shots, the Oilers played tough defense at Hartford, Conn.
NEWS
August 7, 2003 | Michael Quintanilla, Times Staff Writer
Boy, oh boy. Ditto for the girls. Cuddly, cherubic, chubby babies are everywhere -- in mommies' arms, on laps or just hanging out on their mamas' hips. They've taken over the Broadway Cinema 4 on Santa Monica's Third Street Promenade. Strollers are parked in the lobby, and others have been wheeled into Theater 2 for the debut of the first Reel Moms morning movie screening. The weekly screening series is sponsored by Loews Cineplex Entertainment and Urbanbaby .
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