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November 16, 1997
HOW THEY STAND PACIFIC 10 *--* Team Conf. Overall W L W L Washington State 6 1 9 1 UCLA 6 1 8 2 Arizona State 6 1 8 2 Washington 5 2 7 3 USC 4 3 6 4 Arizona 3 4 5 5 Oregon 2 5 5 5 Stanford 2 5 4 6 California 1 6 3 7 Oregon State 0 7 3 7 *--* Saturday UCLA 52, Washington 28 USC 23, Oregon St. 0 Arizona St. 38, Oregon 17 Washington St. 38, Stanford 28 Arizona 41, California 38 (OT) Next Week UCLA at USC Washington St. at Washington Oregon St. at Oregon California at Stanford *--* Team Conf.
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November 16, 1997
HOW THEY STAND PACIFIC 10 *--* Team Conf. Overall W L W L Washington State 6 1 9 1 UCLA 6 1 8 2 Arizona State 6 1 8 2 Washington 5 2 7 3 USC 4 3 6 4 Arizona 3 4 5 5 Oregon 2 5 5 5 Stanford 2 5 4 6 California 1 6 3 7 Oregon State 0 7 3 7 *--* Saturday UCLA 52, Washington 28 USC 23, Oregon St. 0 Arizona St. 38, Oregon 17 Washington St. 38, Stanford 28 Arizona 41, California 38 (OT) Next Week UCLA at USC Washington St. at Washington Oregon St. at Oregon California at Stanford *--* Team Conf.
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BUSINESS
December 12, 1996 | MARTIN MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You can cheer, schmooze, even write fan letters, but sometimes getting Rose Bowl football teams and fans to spend a chunk of an estimated $100 million in Orange County comes down to luck. The Westin South Coast Plaza hotel, for example, has booked nearly all of its 390 rooms during the traditionally slow week between Christmas and New Year's for Big Ten winner Ohio State's football team and their families, friends and Ohio media.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 15, 1991 | BILL BOYARSKY
Goodby, Pedro. I know, his name is really Pete, Los Angeles County Supervisor Pete Schabarum. But cynics have been calling him Pedro since last year, when he plucked Latino ancestry from a previously unpublicized branch of the family tree, apparently in an attempt to fit in better with the increasingly Hispanic electorate of his San Gabriel Valley district. Sadly, the revelation about his Mexican grandmother couldn't save Schabarum's job.
NEWS
August 13, 2000 | MIKE DOWNEY
Loretta Sanchez, Ms. August, is a bright and popular Southern Californian now serving her second term in Congress. Born: Jan. 7, 1960. (Capricorn.) Resides: Garden Grove. Education: Chapman U., B.A.; American U., M.B.A. Committees: Armed Forces; Education and the Workforce. Likes: Sitting in the House of Representatives; passing a bill; walking on Orange County beaches in the rain. Dislikes: Being told where she can hold a fund-raiser; Al Gore "cloaking himself in issues of morality."
NEWS
August 13, 2000 | MIKE DOWNEY
Loretta Sanchez, Ms. August, is a bright and popular Southern Californian now serving her second term in Congress. Born: Jan. 7, 1960. (Capricorn.) Resides: Garden Grove. Education: Chapman U., B.A.; American U., M.B.A. Committees: Armed Forces; Education and the Workforce. Likes: Sitting in the House of Representatives; passing a bill; walking on Orange County beaches in the rain. Dislikes: Being told where she can hold a fund-raiser; Al Gore "cloaking himself in issues of morality."
SPORTS
December 19, 2008 | Lance Pugmire and David Wharton, staff and wire reports
NASCAR has settled a $225-million lawsuit filed by former official Mauricia Grant, who said she was subjected to racial discrimination and sexual harassment during her two-plus years working for the stock-car organization. Settlement terms were confidential. Grant, who is black, worked as a technical inspector responsible for certifying cars in NASCAR's second-tier Nationwide Series from January 2005 until her October 2007 termination.
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