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December 7, 1997 | Daniel Cariaga
These two releases, artfully produced, carefully performed, tastefully put together, are reminders that, for many of us, the Britishness of Christmas is one of its musical charms. Effortless choral blending and specifically mellow instrumental playing put the spotlight on the familiarity and poignancy of the carols and the tunes. Recommendable for tree-trimming; any surprises here are pleasant ones.
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April 2, 1996 | LONNIE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With 1:05 remaining in Monday's championship game, Syracuse's John Wallace collegiate career came to an end when he picked up his fifth foul diving for a loose ball with Kentucky ahead by five points. Wallace took a couple of steps around the court then finally looked up at the scoreboard and saw that despite his 29 points and 10 rebounds, his dream of leading the Orangemen to their first NCAA basketball title would not become a reality.
SPORTS
April 2, 1996 | LONNIE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With 1:05 remaining in Monday's championship game, Syracuse's John Wallace collegiate career came to an end when he picked up his fifth foul diving for a loose ball with Kentucky ahead by five points. Wallace took a couple of steps around the court then finally looked up at the scoreboard and saw that despite his 29 points and 10 rebounds, his dream of leading the Orangemen to their first NCAA basketball title would not become a reality.
SPORTS
November 30, 1994 | From Associated Press
Rasheed Wallace kept his mouth shut and let his game do the talking, scoring 30 points for No. 2 North Carolina in a 90-67 victory over Pittsburgh at Chapel Hill, N.C. The demeanor is a departure from a year ago, the new look showing up when he was pushed around close to the basket. "I think I've calmed down from last year," Wallace said. "Last year, I would have let that one call get at me for the rest of the game. (Now) I look past that." The game is just better.
SPORTS
March 23, 1996 | LONNIE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If anyone had any questions about Syracuse senior John Wallace's ability to come through in key situations, he answered them Friday night with one of the best individual performances of this NCAA tournament. Despite playing with four fouls over the final 17 minutes, Wallace first rallied the Orangemen from a 10-point, second-half deficit and then sent them into the West Regional final with a dramatic, leaning three-point basket with 2.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 7, 1997 | Daniel Cariaga
These two releases, artfully produced, carefully performed, tastefully put together, are reminders that, for many of us, the Britishness of Christmas is one of its musical charms. Effortless choral blending and specifically mellow instrumental playing put the spotlight on the familiarity and poignancy of the carols and the tunes. Recommendable for tree-trimming; any surprises here are pleasant ones.
SPORTS
January 17, 1996 | From Staff and Wire Reports
No. 2 Kentucky set a school record with 86 points in the first half and finished with the highest-scoring road game in its 93-year history, a 129-97 Southeastern Conference victory Tuesday night over Louisiana State at Baton Rouge, La. Forward Antoine Walker scored 28 of his game-high 32 points in the first half as Kentucky took an 86-42 lead at halftime. It was 13th highest-scoring half in Division I history, with the record being 97 by Oklahoma against U.S. International in 1989.
NEWS
March 23, 1987 | Associated Press
Dean Paul Martin, son of entertainer Dean Martin who carved out his own identity as an actor, was the pilot of a fighter jet believed to have crashed on a snowy mountain, officials said today. Martin, 35, a captain in the California Air National Guard, was at the helm of an F-4C when it disappeared from radar Saturday near rugged top of 11,500-foot Mount San Gorgonio in the San Bernardino National Forest, 70 miles east of Los Angeles, said Air National Guard Maj. Steve Mensik.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 14, 2003 | From Times Staff Reports
The union that represents Los Angeles County doctors sued the county Friday in a last-ditch attempt to save the jobs of 169 physicians who work in hospitals and clinics throughout the public health system. Facing mounting medical costs, the county plans to eliminate 864 health-care jobs by July 1. Some positions are already vacant, leaving about 450 workers who will lose their jobs, said John Wallace, a spokesman for the Department of Health Services. Another 110 employees will be demoted.
SPORTS
March 23, 1996 | LONNIE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If anyone had any questions about Syracuse senior John Wallace's ability to come through in key situations, he answered them Friday night with one of the best individual performances of this NCAA tournament. Despite playing with four fouls over the final 17 minutes, Wallace first rallied the Orangemen from a 10-point, second-half deficit and then sent them into the West Regional final with a dramatic, leaning three-point basket with 2.
SPORTS
November 30, 1994 | From Associated Press
Rasheed Wallace kept his mouth shut and let his game do the talking, scoring 30 points for No. 2 North Carolina in a 90-67 victory over Pittsburgh at Chapel Hill, N.C. The demeanor is a departure from a year ago, the new look showing up when he was pushed around close to the basket. "I think I've calmed down from last year," Wallace said. "Last year, I would have let that one call get at me for the rest of the game. (Now) I look past that." The game is just better.
BUSINESS
April 23, 1990 | From United Press International
Drexel Burnham Sued by Fired Manager: The former Western regional manager of Drexel Burnham Lambert Inc. sued the beleaguered firm in U.S. District Court Los Angeles, seeking more than $1.1 million plus punitive damages for alleged misrepresentations. W. John Wallace III said he was given a three-year employment contract in May, 1989, only to be fired on Feb. 16. The action claims that Drexel Burnham breached Wallace's employment contract and misled him about its financial stability.
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