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February 10, 1990
So UCLA's Jim Harrick loses a close game to his cross-town opponents that he and his team obviously underestimated: Does that give him the excuse to walk off the floor without making any attempt to shake hands with USC's George Raveling? How classless, how immature. ROBERT L. FRANCIS, Fullerton
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February 10, 1990
So UCLA's Jim Harrick loses a close game to his cross-town opponents that he and his team obviously underestimated: Does that give him the excuse to walk off the floor without making any attempt to shake hands with USC's George Raveling? How classless, how immature. ROBERT L. FRANCIS, Fullerton
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February 5, 1990 | From Times staff and Wire reports
Cyclone Ofa--the South Pacific equivalent of a hurricane--lashed American Samoa with winds up to 110 m.p.h., causing widespread damage and injuring several people but causing no deaths. There were no immediate reports from the nearby independent nation of Western Samoa, where the eye of the cyclone passed 50 miles west of the island of Savii. American Samoa, a seven-island U.S. territory east of New Guinea, reported heavy damage to buildings, power and water off and roads clogged.
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February 5, 1990 | From Times staff and Wire reports
Cyclone Ofa--the South Pacific equivalent of a hurricane--lashed American Samoa with winds up to 110 m.p.h., causing widespread damage and injuring several people but causing no deaths. There were no immediate reports from the nearby independent nation of Western Samoa, where the eye of the cyclone passed 50 miles west of the island of Savii. American Samoa, a seven-island U.S. territory east of New Guinea, reported heavy damage to buildings, power and water off and roads clogged.
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