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March 14, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
A Federal Trade Commission investigation of men's professional golf was launched several months ago but so far no action has been taken, Deane Beman, PGA Tour commissioner said. A Feb. 21 memo Beman issued to players said investigators are looking into at least four areas, including tour rules involving foreign players' access to U.S. events. Other areas include prohibiting appearance fees, division of prize money and participating in events conflicting with tour events.
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March 14, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
A Federal Trade Commission investigation of men's professional golf was launched several months ago but so far no action has been taken, Deane Beman, PGA Tour commissioner said. A Feb. 21 memo Beman issued to players said investigators are looking into at least four areas, including tour rules involving foreign players' access to U.S. events. Other areas include prohibiting appearance fees, division of prize money and participating in events conflicting with tour events.
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ENTERTAINMENT
October 3, 2003 | Roy Rivenburg, Times Staff Writer
Has Gray Davis been killed and replaced by a double? Rumors are sweeping Sacramento this week after Democrats released a mysterious "greatest hits" CD of Davis speeches (total playing time: 90 seconds). According to conspiracy theorists, the disc is loaded with clues about the governor's demise. Exhibit A is the cover photo, which shows Davis walking across a street with three other candidates.
NEWS
September 1, 2005 | Kathleen Clary Miller, Special to The Times
IT used to be that there were all sorts of rules and regulations that revolved around Labor Day weekend. It was the last hurrah of summer -- and as if that weren't depressing enough, behavior alterations were supposed to magically occur with no transitional ease. We showered off the warm sand, stored the sabot sailboat, packed up the car, hit the freeway, turned on the air conditioning and landed inland on a melting asphalt driveway -- just in time for school.
NEWS
December 14, 1985 | GARY JARLSON, Times Staff Writer
It didn't take Fred Smith long to figure out where he was going to live after he broke up with his girlfriend and moved out of the apartment they shared. "I just moved onto my boat," Smith said. "I was already shelling money out for slip fees, and it was just sitting there. So why should I pay for that and an apartment, too?" It was not a decision, however, that would launch Smith into the vagabond, adventuresome existence many people associate with life aboard a boat.
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