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February 25, 1990 | JAMES F. PELTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On a run-down section of South Broadway in South-Central Los Angeles, a sparkling white Porsche convertible pulls up in front of a modest storefront. Out of the car steps Eric Davis, who will earn $3 million for each of the next three years patrolling center field for the Cincinnati Reds. Nearby, a dirty-faced homeless man pushes a shopping cart past the storefront and an adjoining Baptist church and aluminum-can reclamation yard.
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February 25, 1990 | JAMES F. PELTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On a run-down section of South Broadway in South-Central Los Angeles, a sparkling white Porsche convertible pulls up in front of a modest storefront. Out of the car steps Eric Davis, who will earn $3 million for each of the next three years patrolling center field for the Cincinnati Reds. Nearby, a dirty-faced homeless man pushes a shopping cart past the storefront and an adjoining Baptist church and aluminum-can reclamation yard.
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August 7, 1986 | United Press International
Three U.S. soldiers drowned while fording a river during a night training exercise north of Seoul, an American military spokesman said Wednesday. The spokesman identified the three as 2nd Lt. Reginald F. Montgomery of Charleston, S.C., Staff Sgt. James G. Marshall of Springfield, Ore., and Sgt. Donald R. Stewart of East Patch, N.Y. They had been reported missing on Monday.
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January 29, 2006 | Eric Sondheimer
Wednesday is letter-of-intent day for high school football players, and the status quo remains in effect when it comes to the USC vs. UCLA recruiting rivalry. USC continues to dominate in head-to-head competition. It doesn't mean UCLA and Coach Karl Dorrell are doing anything particularly wrong. It's just that Coach Pete Carroll's energy, enthusiasm and proven success keep the top high school players going to USC, despite increasing competition for playing time.
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