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May 2, 1994 | MICHAEL HAEDERLE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
For three weeks now, Roberta Cooper Ramo has been in perpetual motion, flying from one meeting to the next, relying on her fax- and modem-equipped PowerBook and her trusty Franklin Planner to keep her in touch and on schedule. Briefly docked here at the mother ship--the law firm of Modrall, Sperling, Roehl, Harris & Sisk--Ramo pauses for a breather. But she's as overbooked as ever and apologizes for having less than an hour before she is scheduled to take a conference call.
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May 2, 1994 | MICHAEL HAEDERLE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
For three weeks now, Roberta Cooper Ramo has been in perpetual motion, flying from one meeting to the next, relying on her fax- and modem-equipped PowerBook and her trusty Franklin Planner to keep her in touch and on schedule. Briefly docked here at the mother ship--the law firm of Modrall, Sperling, Roehl, Harris & Sisk--Ramo pauses for a breather. But she's as overbooked as ever and apologizes for having less than an hour before she is scheduled to take a conference call.
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February 14, 1991 | United Press International
A Baltimore attorney was selected for nomination as the head of the American Bar Assn., the world's largest legal organization, after a record 88 ballots that broke a three-way deadlock. The nomination of J. Michael McWilliams will be placed before the association's 480-member House of Delegates for approval at the ABA's annual meeting in Atlanta in August. The house has never turned down the recommendation of the nominating committee.
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February 28, 2003 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Serena Williams withdrew from the State Farm Women's Tennis Classic on Thursday night at Scottsdale, Ariz., because of tendinitis in her left knee. The 21-year-old Williams, the world's top-ranked player and winner of the last four Grand Slam titles, pulled out only an hour before her first match of the tournament against Alexandra Stevenson. For the third consecutive day, rain affected the schedule. The start of play was delayed six hours.
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June 20, 2003 | Alan Abrahamson, Times Staff Writer
A five-member panel appointed by a U.S. Senate committee on Thursday unanimously recommended "drastic," "far-reaching" and "detailed" changes in the way the U.S. Olympic Committee is organized and managed, and urged that those changes be made quickly to keep the USOC on course for next year's Athens Olympics.
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