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SPORTS
December 19, 1988 | From Associated Press
The thrill of a dramatic 10-9 victory over the Atlanta Falcons was tinged with regret for the New Orleans Saints. The Saints' 10-6 record, second best in franchise history, wasn't good enough to get New Orleans into the playoffs. The Saints were eliminated by Philadelphia's 23-7 win over Dallas Sunday. The Saints needed to win and have both the Rams and Eagles lose in order to earn their second consecutive wild-card berth. The Saints were 12-3 in 1987, their first-ever winning season.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 19, 1988 | CLAUDIA PUIG, Times Staff Writer
A San Fernando Municipal Court judge on Tuesday dismissed charges against a man accused along with 10 others in the killings of four people at a Lake View Terrace "rock house." The judge also ordered that another defendant, charged as an accessory to the crime, be released on his own recognizance pending a preliminary hearing in the case scheduled Nov. 21. The charges were dropped against Levie Slack III, 24, accused in the Aug.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 16, 1989
Los Angeles police on Wednesday arrested a 10th suspect in the August slaying of four people--including a toddler--at a heavily fortified Lake View Terrace "rock house." Police spotted Anthony Arceneaux, 19, in the 12800 block of Branford Street in Pacoima about 3:30 p.m. and chased him into a nearby apartment complex, Detective Jim Vojtecky said. After surrounding the complex, police found Arceneaux inside an apartment, Vojtecky said.
SPORTS
May 28, 1994
The writers of this letter have been longtime Ram fans and season ticket-holders. We have watched a team rich with history, pride and leadership descend to a level of selfish disarray under the ownership of Georgia Frontiere and parsimony of John Shaw. We speak for a much larger group of Ram fans who still live and die with and support the team but who have had their enthusiasm and pride stripped away. There is no joy in being a Ram fan anymore. The fans of Baltimore and St. Louis are understandably filled with great expectation and hope.
SPORTS
September 12, 1988 | From Times Wire Servives
Dalton Hilliard got what he wanted, a chance to make up for two fumbles earlier in game. Hilliard, who gained 97 yards in 16 carries, scored on a 4-yard run with 8:52 remaining Sunday to help the New Orleans Saints beat the Atlanta Falcons, 29-21. "It was a more inspired run than usual," Hilliard said. "I couldn't wait to get back in the game and make up for my mistakes."
SPORTS
December 18, 1989 | From Associated Press
Art Monk said the Washington Redskins knew exactly what they had to do. "We knew we had to go out and put some points on the board pretty quick," Monk said of a 27-10 halftime deficit. The Redskins did just that, scoring three touchdowns within a span of 3:38 during the first six minutes of the third quarter to take a lead they never relinquished in defeating the Atlanta Falcons, 31-30, Sunday.
SPORTS
October 2, 1989 | From Associated Press
The Pack keeps coming back, mainly because it keeps falling way behind. For the fourth consecutive week, the Green Bay Packers came from far back in the second half and scored a 23-21 victory over the Atlanta Falcons Sunday when rookie Chris Jacke kicked a 22-yard field goal with 1:42 left. "You look at all the games so far and I could be in a lot of these situations," Jacke said after his third field goal of the game capped a 17-point fourth quarter.
SPORTS
August 23, 1992 | From Associated Press
The question has been asked since they won the Super Bowl, and nobody on the Washington Redskins has the answer yet. "Can we repeat? That's my favorite question. I know all of you want me to say, 'Yes,' " Redskin Coach Joe Gibbs said at a fans' luncheon Friday. "Can we be hungry again, and can we really go at it again and do what it takes to be the best in the NFL? I don't know. I hope so." The hunger is the key, Gibbs and his players say.
SPORTS
November 28, 1988 | From Associated Press
Michael Haynes wound up on his back, but ended up exactly where he wanted to be. Haynes, a rookie from Northern Arizona, fell down but still held on to a 37-yard touchdown pass with 11:20 left Sunday to give the Atlanta Falcons a 17-10 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. "Well, it was kind of mushy out there," Haynes said of the field conditions after rain fell most of the game. "Chris put the ball in there, but I had to kind of throttle down for it.
SPORTS
October 17, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
Despite having had limited practice because of the illness of his newborn son in a Houston hospital this week, Gary Kubiak responded when called upon to replace injured John Elway and led the Denver Broncos to a 30-14 victory Sunday over the Atlanta Falcons. Elway, who passed for 235 yards and a touchdown, went down in the third quarter with a sprained right knee and ankle. The severity of the injuries won't be known until later in the week.
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