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September 26, 2013 | By Dylan Hernandez
SAN FRANCISCO - Andre Ethier isn't expected to play again during the regular season, Manager Don Mattingly said Thursday. “That doesn't mean we're still not moving forward,” Mattingly said. And it doesn't mean Ethier will miss the playoffs. The Dodgers are scheduled to open play in the National League division series next Thursday. Ethier, who is recovering from shin splints on his left leg, won't be cleared to play until he can run the bases. Mattingly said the Dodgers will wait as long as possible to have Ethier test his leg on the basepaths.
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April 7, 2014 | By Eric Pincus
Kent Bazemore suffered a foot injury Sunday in the Lakers' 120-97 loss to the Clippers at Staples Center. On Monday, the Lakers announced that Bazemore tore the peroneus longus tendon in his right foot. The 6-foot-5 guard will undergo season-ending foot surgery to repair the tendon, after which a timetable for his return will be given. Bazemore was acquired in a trade by the Lakers from the Golden State Warriors, in a February deal that sent Steve Blake north. Through 23 appearances with the Lakers, Bazemore has averaged 13.1 points and 3.1 assists, while shooting 45.1% from the field and 37.1% from three-point range.
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July 9, 2013 | By Broderick Turner
The Clippers announced Tuesday they had waived forward DaJuan Summers. But the team also said that Summers will play on its summer league team in Las Vegas. Summers played in only two games last season for the Clippers. He signed to a 10-day contract with the Clippers in March and then was signed for the remainder of the season. Summers didn't have a guaranteed contract with the Clippers. ALSO: Clippers land Darren Collison Clippers get J.J. Redick and Jared Dudley Clippers and Matt Barnes agree to three-year, $11-million deal
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January 16, 2014 | By Ben Bolch
The math is simple for Doc Rivers: Seven games in seven cities means he'll have to pack seven suits. The Clippers' coach gave up on mixing and matching outfits on long trips awhile back. "I tried that once," Rivers said, "and I thought I had black pants and the jacket was black and I almost got away with it and a player on another team noticed it. " The Clippers will also have to tote an extra set of uniforms after signing free-agent forward Hedo Turkoglu as expected Thursday, giving them a different look on a lengthy trip that starts Friday against the New York Knicks.
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February 9, 2012
The 45 t h California International Antiquarian Book Fair Where: Pasadena Convention Center, 300 East Green St., Pasadena. When: Friday, Feb. 10: 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturday, Feb. 11: 11 am to 7 p.m.; Sunday, Feb. 12: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission: A three-day pass may be purchased at the door Friday for $25. Tickets puchased Saturday or Sunday are $15 and include return entry throughout the remainder of the fair. Information: http://www.labookfair.com/index.php
NEWS
March 14, 1988 | ROBERT L. JACKSON, Times Staff Writer
In the late 1950s, Jimmy Swaggart was roaming around the back roads of Louisiana in a broken-down Chevrolet, earning about $40 a week from his preaching and gospel singing. He has come a long way since then. The controversial evangelist now heads a tax-exempt enterprise that ranks, by almost any measure, as one of the most successful of its kind. Jimmy Swaggart World Ministries and its Bible college boasted revenues of $150 million in 1987--more than $500,000 each working day.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 1, 1988 | ANDREA FORD, Times Staff Writer
So you want to grouse about paying almost a quarter for a postage stamp? Consider this: Newport Beach lawyer Michael T. Walsh paid $75,000 for one Thursday. And the picture on it isn't even right side up. The stamp was issued by the Iranian government in 1950 and still is glued to an envelope. It is, according to a stamp broker, the most expensive Iranian stamp ever sold, and it is thought to be one of only two of its kind still in existence.
SPORTS
March 16, 1988 | Associated Press
Sacramento Kings center Jawann Oldham needs surgery on his left knee and will be lost to the National Basketball Assn. team for the remainder of the season, a team physician said Tuesday. "I am recommending that an operation to rebuild the knee take place as soon as possible," Dr. Richard Marder said. "The earliest Jawann will be able to resume his career, assuming he undergoes the most thorough type of therapy, will be next January."
BUSINESS
June 16, 1996
As a lawyer and an estate planner, I generally read your columns with interest because the personal planning topics that you cover may affect me as an attorney or my clients. "Care in Setting Up Family Trusts Can Head Off Problems" (June 9) was no exception. One point, however. In the sidebar "Understanding Trusts," in the discussion of charitable remainder trusts, you state, "They'll get a charitable deduction for the full value of the stock . . . (subject to some tax limits)." The biggest "limit" most taxpayers will encounter is that they will not get a deduction for the "full value" of the contribution but, rather, for the present value of the charitable remainder interest.
BOOKS
July 18, 1993 | Daniel Akst
I always dreamed that my books would be sold right next to John Updike's. Unfortunately, I'm about to get my wish. The irony isn't pretty. For years I have read from remainder tables, satisfying two of my most enduring appetites--for books and for bargains--from the forlorn ranks of volumes left behind by those who pay retail. As a writer, one prowls these low-rent precincts torn between depression and glee. To take a break from scribbling, visit your local bookstore and find Cynthia Ozick, E.
SPORTS
December 23, 2013 | By Chuck Schilken
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will miss the rest of the season due to a back injury, according to a report by ESPN that cites an unnamed league source. The news comes at the worst possible time for the Cowboys (8-7), who play the Philadelphia Eagles (9-6) on Sunday night for a regular-season finale that will determine which team wins the NFC East and which team is headed home for the winter. The Cowboys would win a tiebreaker between the two teams based on what would be a regular-season sweep of the Eagles.
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September 26, 2013 | By Dylan Hernandez
SAN FRANCISCO - Andre Ethier isn't expected to play again during the regular season, Manager Don Mattingly said Thursday. “That doesn't mean we're still not moving forward,” Mattingly said. And it doesn't mean Ethier will miss the playoffs. The Dodgers are scheduled to open play in the National League division series next Thursday. Ethier, who is recovering from shin splints on his left leg, won't be cleared to play until he can run the bases. Mattingly said the Dodgers will wait as long as possible to have Ethier test his leg on the basepaths.
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July 14, 2013 | By Dylan Hernandez
Hanley Ramirez said that if the Dodgers approach him at any time about extending his contract, he would be open to talking. "Definitely, because I want to stay here," Ramirez said. "I want to stay here forever. " Ramirez will become a free agent at the end of the 2014 season. He will earn $15.5 million this year and $16 million next. "Hopefully, I could stay here the rest of my career," Ramirez said. "But I can't control that. " Ramirez is 29. The Dodgers have several players with long-term deals: Carl Crawford and Andre Ethier are under contract through 2017; Adrian Gonzalez and Zack Greinke through 2018; and Matt Kemp through 2019.
SPORTS
July 9, 2013 | By Broderick Turner
The Clippers announced Tuesday they had waived forward DaJuan Summers. But the team also said that Summers will play on its summer league team in Las Vegas. Summers played in only two games last season for the Clippers. He signed to a 10-day contract with the Clippers in March and then was signed for the remainder of the season. Summers didn't have a guaranteed contract with the Clippers. ALSO: Clippers land Darren Collison Clippers get J.J. Redick and Jared Dudley Clippers and Matt Barnes agree to three-year, $11-million deal
SPORTS
May 17, 2013 | By Dylan Hernandez
ATLANTA - Will Don Mattingly be the Dodgers manager for the remainder of the season? Team President Stan Kasten wouldn't say. "I don't discuss the manager and I never do," Kasten said. "Ever since spring training, we said that, when you wanted to talk about him every day. We had a rough start but we expect to get through this. " Kasten was reminded he was asked a yes-or-no question. "What was the question again?" Kasten asked. Will Don Mattingly be your manager for the rest of the year?
ENTERTAINMENT
March 5, 2013 | By Carolyn Kellogg
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is making the rounds to promote his book "Immigration Wars" -- but he seems to be most at war with himself. "Immigration Wars: Forging an American Solution" proposes that illegal immigrants could become permanent legal residents, but not citizens. The trouble is, the political landscape has shifted -- and so have Bush's ideas. On Tuesday, Bush said he would support a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants “if you can craft that in law where you can have a path to citizenship where there isn't an incentive for people to come illegally.” That's at odds with his own book, in which he writes, “those who violated the laws can remain, but cannot obtain the cherished fruits of citizenship.” Tuesday on "Morning Joe," he explained:  “We wrote this book last year, not this year.” So...
SPORTS
March 10, 1987 | MARC APPLEMAN
Midfielder Hugo Perez, the Sockers' second-leading scorer, is expected to miss the remainder of the regular season and the playoffs because of sprained ligament in the right knee, team officials announced Monday. Perez strained the ligaments Sunday when Los Angeles Lazer defender Gus Mokalis ran into him early in the fourth quarter of a Major Indoor Soccer League game. The Sockers lost to the Lazers, 6-5, in overtime in the San Diego Sports Arena.
BUSINESS
June 27, 1998 | Bloomberg News
CBS Corp. agreed to sell its Westinghouse nuclear and contracting units to a venture of Morrison Knudsen Corp. and British Nuclear Fuels Ltd. for $1.19 billion in cash and assumed liabilities. The sale would complete the dismantling of Westinghouse, which transformed into a media company when it was renamed CBS and relocated to New York from Pittsburgh in December. Boise, Idaho-based Morrison Knudsen will take a 60% stake in the venture, and BNFL, the U.K.'
SPORTS
September 27, 2012 | By Helene Elliott
As expected, the NHL on Thursday canceled the remainder of its scheduled exhibition games, putting an on-time start to the regular season in serious jeopardy. The season is scheduled to begin Oct. 11. However, with labor talks at a stalemate and the sides due to meet Friday to discuss only “non-core economic issues,” a resolution that would save the full season seems ever more unlikely. The NHL, which had previously canceled exhibition games through Sept. 30, issued a terse statement on Thursday announcing its move.
SPORTS
September 8, 2012 | By Lance Pugmire, Los Angeles Times
Jered Weaver understands the importance of September baseball, but he's more intimate with how his right arm should feel. "I can't keep going at 75 to 80%," Weaver said Friday, making his first comments since an MRI exam this week revealed biceps tendinitis that forced him from Friday's scheduled start against the Detroit Tigers. "I needed some time off. " How much remains uncertain. Angels Manager Mike Scioscia wouldn't discount the idea of Weaver returning next week against the Oakland Athletics.
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