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August 10, 1991
Jim Murray is an original, and I enjoyed his tennis article of July 23, but when he says, apropos of Michael Chang's lack of a big serve, "You wish James Van Alen had minded his own business" with regard to inventing the tiebreaker, Mr. Murray should realize that the tiebreaker set time parameters that permitted tennis to enter big-time sports television.
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August 10, 1991
Jim Murray is an original, and I enjoyed his tennis article of July 23, but when he says, apropos of Michael Chang's lack of a big serve, "You wish James Van Alen had minded his own business" with regard to inventing the tiebreaker, Mr. Murray should realize that the tiebreaker set time parameters that permitted tennis to enter big-time sports television.
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June 14, 1988 | JAMES RISEN, Times Staff Writer
There was to be this perfect combination--Japanese engineering and British elegance. Leather from English craftsmen, a precision engine from Japanese techies. They put a royal-sounding nameplate--Sterling--on the body of an Acura Legend, one of the fastest-selling Japanese imports in America. At $21,740--far below the sticker price on most European luxury cars--how could the public resist? Well, the public has found a way.
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June 14, 1988 | JAMES RISEN, Times Staff Writer
There was to be this perfect combination--Japanese engineering and British elegance. Leather from English craftsmen, a precision engine from Japanese techies. They put a royal-sounding nameplate--Sterling--on the body of an Acura Legend, one of the fastest-selling Japanese imports in America. At $21,740--far below the sticker price on most European luxury cars--how could the public resist? Well, the public has found a way.
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March 3, 2003 | Myrna Oliver, Times Staff Writer
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December 29, 1988 | RICHARD LEE COLVIN, Colvin is a Redondo Beach free - lance writer.
The first thing that strikes you about the Rev. Jess C. Moody is that he's a talker. The senior pastor of the First Baptist Church of Van Nuys remembers parishioner Burt Reynolds' high school football rushing average (9.8 yards per carry), reminisces about meeting C.S. Lewis, gives his opinions on what's wrong with churches and explains without hesitation his view of the California work ethic--toil until you can afford a Mercedes, then quit.
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January 5, 1989 | RICHARD LEE COLVIN, Colvin is a Redondo Beach free - lance writer
The first thing that strikes you about the Rev. Jess C. Moody is that he's a talker. The senior pastor of the First Baptist Church of Van Nuys remembers parishioner Burt Reynolds's high school football rushing average (9.8 yards per carry), reminisces about meeting C.S. Lewis, gives his opinions on what's wrong with churches and explains without hesitation his view of the California work ethic--toil until you can afford a Mercedes, then quit.
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