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July 22, 1989 | Gene Wojciechowski
Remember bowling, the sport we once knew? Remember those ugly rental shoes, decorated in gold, green and clown red? Remember never knowing how to add two strikes followed by a 7-10 split? Remember those thick No. 2 scoring pencils? Remember beer bellies? Bowling had a quaint charm about it, like a county fair. It was rough around the edges and delightfully so. No one ever confused it with the modern pentathlon. Now look at it. Computers calculate your score.
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July 22, 1989 | Gene Wojciechowski
Remember bowling, the sport we once knew? Remember those ugly rental shoes, decorated in gold, green and clown red? Remember never knowing how to add two strikes followed by a 7-10 split? Remember those thick No. 2 scoring pencils? Remember beer bellies? Bowling had a quaint charm about it, like a county fair. It was rough around the edges and delightfully so. No one ever confused it with the modern pentathlon. Now look at it. Computers calculate your score.
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July 16, 1989 | BARBIE LUDOVISE, Times Staff Writer
The U.S. Olympic Festival this week at Oklahoma City will provide different opportunities for the 75 or so Orange County athletes who will participate. For athletes such as 1988 Olympic shotputters Jim Doehring and Bonnie Dasse and Peter Campbell, a two-time Olympic water polo player, the Olympic Festival represents a chance to get together with friends--and rivals--while competing largely free of high stakes and pressure.
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December 18, 1997
There's Also a Nike Swoosh on the Life Jackets: The film "Titanic" is based on the true story of an ocean liner that hit an iceberg in 1912. But some details have been altered. "Kato Kaelin plays a stowaway who hears one loud thump while asleep in the hull." (Argus Hamilton) Titanic II: 20th Century Fox is selling props from "Titanic" to offset its $200-million cost. "It makes sense. Not much chance of a sequel." (Mike Hull) Doobie-ous Achievement Award: Firefighters battling a home blaze in L.
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