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August 24, 1985
San Diego lawyer Ron Mix, a Pro Football Hall of Fame member who played offensive tackle for the San Diego Chargers from 1960 to 1969, was found guilty of securities violations and negligence Friday in a civil suit brought by a general contractor involved in three 1979 building projects.
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July 17, 1990 | BOB WOLF, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Ron Mix is one of three Charger alumni in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but the highlight of his career occurred in a game in which he never threw a block. As dominating as Mix was as an eight-time all-star offensive tackle in the American Football League during the '60s, he was frustrated by the arrogant attitude of the NFL. As far as the NFL was concerned, anyone connected with the AFL was a second-class citizen. That all changed on Jan.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 20, 1986 | JIM SCHACHTER, Times Staff Writer
Pro football star-turned-lawyer Ron Mix, the loser last year in a million-dollar case alleging securities violations and negligence, is suing his attorneys, accusing them of legal malpractice and conflicts of interest linked to the J. David & Co. scandal. Mix says the law firm of Rogers & Wells--which also represented the fraud-ridden investment firm run by J.
SPORTS
July 11, 1990 | BOB WOLF
Ron Mix is one of three Charger alumni in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but the highlight of his career occurred in a game in which he never threw a block. As dominating as Mix was as an eight-time all-star offensive tackle in the American Football League during the '60s, he was frustrated by the arrogant attitude of the National Football League. As far as most NFL people were concerned, anyone connected with the AFL was a second-class citizen. That all changed on Jan.
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July 17, 1990 | BOB WOLF, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Ron Mix is one of three Charger alumni in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but the highlight of his career occurred in a game in which he never threw a block. As dominating as Mix was as an eight-time all-star offensive tackle in the American Football League during the '60s, he was frustrated by the arrogant attitude of the NFL. As far as the NFL was concerned, anyone connected with the AFL was a second-class citizen. That all changed on Jan.
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July 11, 1990 | BOB WOLF
Ron Mix is one of three Charger alumni in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but the highlight of his career occurred in a game in which he never threw a block. As dominating as Mix was as an eight-time all-star offensive tackle in the American Football League during the '60s, he was frustrated by the arrogant attitude of the National Football League. As far as most NFL people were concerned, anyone connected with the AFL was a second-class citizen. That all changed on Jan.
SPORTS
November 20, 1998
A guest list of sports figures to be featured on TV and radio from today through Thursday: * Bobby Bowden --"Up Close," today, 3 p.m. and midnight, ESPN * Anthony Davis, Gaston Green, Tom Ramsey, Paul McDonald, Craig Fertig, Ron Mix, David Norrie, Paul Hackett, Bob Toledo --"The Irv Kaze Show," tonight, 7-8, KIEV (870) * Paul Hackett --"USC Sports Magazine," tonight, 7, Fox Sports West 2 * Cade McNown, Bob Toledo --"UCLA Sports Magazine" tonight, 12:30 a.m.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 11, 1999
The state-of-the-art Ferne Milken Youth & Sports Complex at the West Valley Jewish Community Center will be dedicated in opening ceremonies Sunday. The new $4.5-million complex, which will offer activities for people of all ages, features a 12,000-square-foot gymnasium, a 3,000-square-foot multipurpose room, a 2,000-square-foot teenagers center and a permanent display called the Jewish Sports Hall of Fame.
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March 17, 1990 | HARLEY TINKHAM
In his book, "First Down and a Billion," the late Gene Klein told of his first game as the new owner of the San Diego Chargers, a 31-21 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in a 1966 exhibition game at Anaheim Stadium. With the Chargers trailing, 24-21, John Hadl threw a touchdown pass to Jacque MacKinnon, ostensibly putting the Chargers ahead, but the play was called back because of a holding penalty. Klein: "My coach, Sid Gillman, went crazy, running up and down the sideline, raging at the official.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 11, 1999 | STEPHANIE STASSEL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The state-of-the-art Ferne Milken Youth & Sports Complex at the West Valley Jewish Community Center will be dedicated in opening ceremonies Sunday. The new $4.5-million complex, which will offer activities for children and adults, features a 12,000-square-foot gymnasium, a 3,000-square-foot multipurpose room, a 2,000-square-foot teen center and a permanent display called the "Jewish Sports Hall of Fame." "This is a rebirth for the center," said director Ronda Wilkin.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 20, 1986 | JIM SCHACHTER, Times Staff Writer
Pro football star-turned-lawyer Ron Mix, the loser last year in a million-dollar case alleging securities violations and negligence, is suing his attorneys, accusing them of legal malpractice and conflicts of interest linked to the J. David & Co. scandal. Mix says the law firm of Rogers & Wells--which also represented the fraud-ridden investment firm run by J.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 24, 1985
San Diego lawyer Ron Mix, a Pro Football Hall of Fame member who played offensive tackle for the San Diego Chargers from 1960 to 1969, was found guilty of securities violations and negligence Friday in a civil suit brought by a general contractor involved in three 1979 building projects.
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September 9, 1988 | BRIAN HEWITT, Times Staff Writer
Expect the Chargers to announce soon that they will hold "Dan Fouts Day" on Nov. 27 at San Diego Jack Murphy Stadium. At that time they also will retire Fouts' jersey No. 14. Only one other Charger--offensive lineman Ron Mix--has been similarly honored by the team. But the Chargers unretired Mix's jersey number (74) the next year when Mix played for the Raiders. Nov. 27 is the same day the Chargers play the 49ers.
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June 26, 2007 | Greg Johnson, Times Staff Writer
Though today's congressional subcommittee hearing will focus on NFL retirees' medical disability concerns, some former players also are pressuring their former league and union to improve old-timers' pensions. Hall of Fame cornerback Herb Adderley recently said that he used his most recent monthly NFL pension check to play the lottery -- and hit for $486, nearly three times what the former Green Bay Packers and Dallas Cowboys star gets each month.
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