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June 29, 1992 | LEWIS BEALE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
It's draft day in the National Basketball Assn., and the Washington Bullets have invited 2,000 of their fans to the Capital Centre to catch the action. Season ticket holders get a bag of Bullets goodies and are treated to a sit-down dinner of pizza, crazy bread, salad and soda. There's a guy with a karaoke setup entertaining fans in the main arena, and a doo-wop group singing on the concourse. A sports talk-show host is interviewing notables at center court.
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June 29, 1992 | LEWIS BEALE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
It's draft day in the National Basketball Assn., and the Washington Bullets have invited 2,000 of their fans to the Capital Centre to catch the action. Season ticket holders get a bag of Bullets goodies and are treated to a sit-down dinner of pizza, crazy bread, salad and soda. There's a guy with a karaoke setup entertaining fans in the main arena, and a doo-wop group singing on the concourse. A sports talk-show host is interviewing notables at center court.
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SPORTS
May 10, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Owner Abe Pollin of the Washington Bullets named Susan O'Malley team president Thursday, making her the first female in NBA history to hold that title. "Being the first woman, it's important that I don't mess it up for others," O'Malley said. "I just plan to work hard and do the right thing. . . . I am both honored and challenged by this promotion." O'Malley, 29, has been the team's executive vice president since 1988.
SPORTS
May 10, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Owner Abe Pollin of the Washington Bullets named Susan O'Malley team president Thursday, making her the first female in NBA history to hold that title. "Being the first woman, it's important that I don't mess it up for others," O'Malley said. "I just plan to work hard and do the right thing. . . . I am both honored and challenged by this promotion." O'Malley, 29, has been the team's executive vice president since 1988.
SPORTS
May 29, 1992 | MARK HEISLER
President Susan O'Malley of the Washington Bullets said Thursday that the Lakers had offered James Worthy for the Bullets' No. 1 pick in the NBA draft June 24. Laker General Manager Jerry West denied the report. O'Malley made her remarks on radio station WTEM in Washington. She couldn't be reached for further comment. The Bullets will have the No. 6 choice in the draft.
SPORTS
August 9, 2001 | Earl Gustkey
On the subject of recent deaths on football practice fields, two columnists explored the same theme recently: tonnage. In the Miami Herald, Greg Cote wondered about 300-pound-plus athletes toiling outdoors in summer heat. "There is something death wish-like about men weighing well over 300 pounds and wearing almost 50 pounds of equipment practicing at length, and very physically, twice a day, day after day, in the heat and humidity of July and August," Cote wrote.
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November 24, 1999 | ROCHELLE O'GORMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Nothing like a little murder to get you through the holidays. If you need a mysterious distraction while stuffing the bird tomorrow, pop "The Thanksgiving Day Murder," by Lee Harris, into your tape deck. A solid whodunit populated with unusual characters, it will keep you guessing until the last cassette. (Blackstone Audiobooks; unabridged fiction; five cassettes; 7 hours and 30 minutes; $39.95 if purchased, $10.95 if rented; read by Susan O'Malley. For information, call (800) 729-2665.
NEWS
April 14, 1999 | ROCHELLE O'GORMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When a disturbing and schizophrenic postcard arrives from her half-sister in India, freelance crime journalist and sometime BBC producer Rosalind Bengal crosses half the world to help her. She believes her brother-in-law may have murdered his first wife and may be involved in the murders of four hijra, or eunuchs. However, as our hard-drinking, sexual adventurer tries to uncover the truth, she finds herself in a fun house filled with false fronts and trapdoors.
SPORTS
May 13, 1991 | JERRY CROWE
Who are those guys playing the Boston Celtics in the NBA playoffs? According to the register at the hotel that housed the Detroit Pistons while they were in Boston for the first two games of their Eastern Conference semifinal series, they included two all-time great home run hitters, an actress and a fictional mass murderer. Among the aliases used by the Pistons to ward off possible security problems were Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris and Kim Basinger.
SPORTS
November 3, 1992 | MARK HEISLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Now you see him, now you don't. It's Magic. You might have thought by now that Earvin Johnson was out of surprises, but his sudden re-retirement Monday left the Lakers numb all over again. If they wished him well to a man, their season and their professional lives had just taken on a new look. "I've said since Day 1 that Showtime was over," said new Coach Randy Pfund. "That was a different era. The '80s were Kareem (Abdul-Jabbar) and they were Magic and Showtime and Riles (Pat Riley).
SPORTS
March 22, 2005 | Mike Terry, Times Staff Writer
The Sparks and Washington Mystics on Monday agreed to a trade involving two of the WNBA's best players, with Washington sending star Chamique Holdsclaw to Los Angeles for forward DeLisha Milton-Jones and the Sparks' first-round pick in the league's 2005 draft.
SPORTS
April 5, 1992 | GARY KLEIN
Baseball season opens Monday, but you won't find Pam Postema crouched behind home plate or yelling, "Play Ball!" at any stadium during 1992. Postema umpired 13 years in the minor leagues before she was released after the 1989 season. Today she lives in San Clemente and drives a truck for an express mail company. Postema crossed paths with many of today's major league stars when they still in the minors.
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