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February 26, 1985 | DAN MORAIN, Times Staff Writer
In a case expected to bring forth a ruling on whether resident aliens should be allowed to sit as jurors, the state Supreme Court Monday sidestepped that question and found other grounds to reverse the conviction of a man who murdered his wife, young son and niece seven years ago.
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HOME & GARDEN
January 27, 2005 | Robyn Griggs Lawrence
If you're serious about collecting, consider a pilgrimage to Indiana, where 1,300 dealers line interlocking highways along Richmond's Antique Alley. Otherwise, there are more than 2,500 flea markets in the U.S., with an average of about 200 vendors per market. The beauty in flea-market finds is that they don't have to be put to their original use. A lidless teapot can become a flowerpot, an old window a mirror frame. A picnic basket can be used for storage.
SPORTS
June 8, 1990 | DAN HAFNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After the practice rounds, golfers predicted that only bad weather could prevent their giving par a beating at Dearborn Country Club. The weather was fabulous for the first round of the 72-hole, million-dollar Mazda Senior Tournament Players Championship here Thursday and so were the scores. Jack Nicklaus tied the competitive record on the 6,665-yard, par-72 course with a 65, seven under par. Even so, that gave him only a share of first place.
SPORTS
October 13, 1985 | Associated Press
When Bill Mazeroski's home run sailed over the left-field wall at Forbes Field, ending the 1960 World Series with a Pittsburgh Pirates' victory, it sent baseball soaring into a new era. For decades, it had been a sport of two eight-team leagues centered in the big cities of the East. Even in 1960, when the National League was playing in Los Angeles and San Francisco, many teams still traveled by train.
HOME & GARDEN
December 20, 1997 | JEANNINE STEIN
Maneuvering an estate sale takes practice and skill. This isn't like dropping by a garage sale and poking through boxes. Like the Boy Scouts, you should be prepared. Ralph and Terry Kovel, veterans of countless sales, offer these tips: * Do your homework. If you're interested in specific periods or items, read books, talk to experts, visit museums and go to antique shows. You'll be competing with dealers at these sales, so educate yourself. To get a sense of prices, peruse a few antique stores.
SPORTS
October 27, 1985 | GORDON EDES and ROSS NEWHAN, Times Staff Writers
At 11:38 Saturday morning, Bret Saberhagen's wife, Janeane, gave birth to the couple's first child, 9-pound 3-ounce Drew William. At 10:24 Saturday night, the new father learned officially that he will be back at work tonight, facing John Tudor in the climactic seventh game of the World Series. It was at that moment Saturday night that Kansas City culminated a ninth-inning comeback against St. Louis, 2-1, tying the best-of-seven affair at three games apiece.
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