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SPORTS
December 7, 1996
The Bullfrogs of Roller Hockey International announced Friday that ticket prices for many seats in the lower plaza area of The Pond will be reduced from $13.50 to $10 next season. Tickets to single games will range from $8 to $30, and season-ticket prices for 12 home games will range from $96 to $300 if purchased before Jan. 1. Season tickets can be ordered by calling (714) 939-POND. The Bullfrogs will announce their season schedule in January.
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SPORTS
September 15, 1989 | From Associated Press
Confident that the Los Angeles Raiders will move to Sacramento, thousands of fans are scrambling for a chance to buy season tickets to a stadium that exists only on blueprints. The rush began after Tuesday's unanimous City Council vote to use $50 million in public funds to lure the Raiders to the capital, said Mike Seward, vice president of Lukenbill Enterprises. "The calls have probably numbered in the low thousands in the last two days," Seward said.
SPORTS
July 29, 1991 | From Associated Press
Mission accomplished, Tacoma Stars coach Keith Weller came down Sunday after five days atop a 30-foot-high platform in a shopping mall parking lot. Weller, 45, climbed aboard the 6-by-12-foot platform last Tuesday to draw attention to the Major Soccer League team's push to sell season tickets. Team owners imposed July 30 deadline to sell a total of 4,000 season tickets, or, they said, the Stars could go under.
NEWS
November 8, 1988 | CHRIS BAKER, Times Staff Writer
When the Chicago Bulls entered the National Basketball Assn. in 1966 as the first expansion team of the modern era, the team paid a $1.2-million franchise fee. Their payroll was $180,000 for 12 players, which is what Michael Jordan probably makes for a 1-minute TV commercial. The Seattle SuperSonics and San Diego Rockets paid $1.75 million to join the NBA the following year, and it cost the Milwaukee Bucks and Phoenix Suns $2 million to get into the league in 1968.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 22, 1989 | FREDERICK M. MUIR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ethics reforms proposed by the mayor's special commission this week would force Los Angeles politicians to give up unofficial fringe benefits that money often cannot buy, such as choice season tickets to Lakers basketball games.
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