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SPORTS
December 25, 1985 | United Press International
Freddie Banks scored 20 points Tuesday night to pace the University of Nevada Las Vegas to an 83-65 victory over Stanford in the first round of the Chaminade tournament. The Rebels will meet North Carolina State today for the tournament title. The Wolfpack, with Chris Washburn scoring 22 points and triggering a 19-2 second-half spree, defeated Chaminade, 64-46, in the first game. UNLV (9-1) received 18 points from Anthony Jones.
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June 6, 2003 | From Bloomberg News
Growth in non-financial debt slowed during the first quarter, reflecting smaller gains in borrowing by consumers, companies and governments, the Federal Reserve said. Non-financial debt, which excludes borrowing by banks, rose at a 6.5% annual rate during the quarter, the slowest in a year. In the fourth quarter, non-financial debt increased at an 8% pace. Household debt rose at a 10% pace in the first quarter after expanding at a 10.9% pace in the fourth quarter.
SPORTS
September 13, 1986
Robert Paterson scored two goals to pace the UC San Diego soccer team to a 5-0 victory over Loyola Marymount in nonconference soccer action Friday.
SPORTS
April 26, 1997
I am 100% for the U.S. soccer team to win and succeed, but having the game against Mexico at Foxboro Stadium is not the answer. When those amateurs stop playing like AYSO--"Just kick the ball and follow it up"--and learn control, one-touch passing, anticipation, vision, positioning, back-passing, changing pace and direction of the game to their advantage, then they will be pros and reach France '98. Otherwise, they can't win even if they play on...
SPORTS
August 29, 1999
A look at this year's home run leaders approaching the record of 70 set by Mark McGwire last year. THROUGH TUESDAY'S GAMES -- Mark Sammy McGwire Sosa Total 51 53 Saturday 0 0 On pace for 64 67 Games 130 128 1998 53 49 --
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 9, 2001
Regardless of how you stand on LAX expansion, I'd say $3, even $4.50, is pretty cheap for using the airport (letter, March 7). I doubt that you can even buy a martini in LAX bars for that, and you sure can't park your car for long. WILLIAM A. PACE Rolling Hills Estates
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