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March 18, 1998
Congressional candidate Mary Bono, a Republican from Palm Springs, raised about $30,000 for her campaign at a cocktail party Monday night at the headquarters of Orange County developer George L. Argyros. The $500-per-person affair attracted film star Arnold Schwarzenegger, who was listed as the special guest, said Argyros aide Bruce Nestande. Mary Bono, 36, is seeking to succeed her husband, Rep. Sonny Bono, who died in a skiing accident in January.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 18, 1998
Congressional candidate Mary Bono, a Republican from Palm Springs, raised about $30,000 for her campaign at a cocktail party Monday night at the headquarters of Orange County developer George L. Argyros. The $500-per-person affair attracted film star Arnold Schwarzenegger, who was listed as the special guest, said Argyros aide Bruce Nestande. Mary Bono, 36, is seeking to succeed her husband, Rep. Sonny Bono, who died in a skiing accident in January.
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December 25, 1996 | Times Wire Services
A bitter Steve Bono said before Kansas City's season-ending game at Buffalo he doubted he'd be back next season. Nothing that happened in the dismal 20-9 loss would cause anybody to doubt that. Coaches, who obviously lost confidence in Bono's ability to throw, tried to run the ball almost exclusively, even in the fourth quarter after the Bills took the lead. When Bono did try to throw, he was terrible.
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December 25, 1996 | Times Wire Services
A bitter Steve Bono said before Kansas City's season-ending game at Buffalo he doubted he'd be back next season. Nothing that happened in the dismal 20-9 loss would cause anybody to doubt that. Coaches, who obviously lost confidence in Bono's ability to throw, tried to run the ball almost exclusively, even in the fourth quarter after the Bills took the lead. When Bono did try to throw, he was terrible.
SPORTS
December 1, 1991 | MAL FLORENCE
For a third-string quarterback who almost quit pro football to become a stockbroker, Steve Bono's stock has suddenly risen. The former UCLA player has a 2-1 record with the San Francisco 49ers as a replacement for injured Joe Montana and Steve Young. "He's got a great arm, good touch, and he can also drill the ball in," 49er wide receiver Jerry Rice told the San Francisco Chronicle. "He's the type to hang in the pocket, wait on his receivers to really get open. He's similar to Joe."
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December 1, 1991 | MAL FLORENCE
For a third-string quarterback who almost quit pro football to become a stockbroker, Steve Bono's stock has suddenly risen. The former UCLA player has a 2-1 record with the San Francisco 49ers as a replacement for injured Joe Montana and Steve Young. "He's got a great arm, good touch, and he can also drill the ball in," 49er wide receiver Jerry Rice told the San Francisco Chronicle. "He's the type to hang in the pocket, wait on his receivers to really get open. He's similar to Joe."
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