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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 25, 1987
Jackpot Lotto winners are selected each Saturday night. Ticket holders are eligible for a prize that varies according to the amount bet last week. If no one wins, the total is automatically added to the following week's prize. Winning Nos. 26-42-4-32-22-9 Jackpot Pool $24.7 million Holders of tickets with five of six winning jackpot numbers plus a "bonus number" are eligible for a smaller prize. The bonus number: 15 Lotto information (at 25 a call): 976-4275 (English)
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SPORTS
March 17, 1999
Because Fenway Park has a capacity of only 33,871, and two-thirds of those seats are sold to season-ticket holders, the Boston Red Sox will not be selling tickets for the All-Star game to the public, the team announced Tuesday. Said General Manager Dan Duquette: "Our first commitment is to our season-ticket holders. The remainder . . . must be given to major league baseball."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 15, 1992 | JONATHAN GAW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
While the National League lost Tuesday night's All Star Game, some wheelchair-bound baseball fans say they were losers too. Al Alcocer, a Vietnam veteran who lost his legs to a mortar round, is angry that while other baseball devotees paid from $40 to $60 to see the midsummer classic, people in wheelchairs could not attend the game for less than $50.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 15, 1992 | JONATHAN GAW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
While the National League lost Tuesday night's All Star Game, some wheelchair-bound baseball fans say they were losers too. Al Alcocer, a Vietnam veteran who lost his legs to a mortar round, is angry that while other baseball devotees paid from $40 to $60 to see the midsummer classic, people in wheelchairs could not attend the game for less than $50.
SPORTS
March 17, 1999
Because Fenway Park has a capacity of only 33,871, and two-thirds of those seats are sold to season-ticket holders, the Boston Red Sox will not be selling tickets for the All-Star game to the public, the team announced Tuesday. Said General Manager Dan Duquette: "Our first commitment is to our season-ticket holders. The remainder . . . must be given to major league baseball."
SPORTS
July 12, 1992 | KIM Q. BERKSHIRE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Over the course of the last six days, Rick has been dragged out of bed, hung up on, yelled at, lied to and bargained with. "I wouldn't do it again; this has been nothing but a major headache," he said, reflecting on the circus act his life has recently become. Rick, who preferred not to use his last name for this story, could have been describing symptoms that lead to family counseling or group therapy. But this was uglier. Rick became a part of nightmare that is All-Star ticket hell.
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September 15, 1990 | STEVE WEINSTEIN
Delta Burke won't be the only "Designing Women" star on hand for the Emmy Awards Sunday night, after all. Co-stars Annie Potts, Jean Smart, Dixie Carter and Meshach Taylor had sent a letter to executives at Columbia Pictures Television, which produces the show for CBS, complaining that the studio failed to provide them with tickets to the telecast (cost: $500 each), despite the fact that the series is nominated for best comedy. Burke automatically got tickets because she is a nominee.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 19, 1988
Jackpot Lotto winners are selected each Saturday and Wednesday night. Ticket holders are eligible for a prize that varies according to the amount bet last week. If no one wins, the total is automatically added to Wednesday night's prize. Winning Nos. 8-14-40-27-36-32 Jackpot pool $6.9 million Holders of tickets with five of six winning jackpot numbers plus a "bonus number" are eligible for a smaller prize.
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