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BUSINESS
November 20, 2002 | James Flanigan
Halex Corp. is a world leader in manufacturing the lengths of nail-studded plywood that hold wall-to-wall carpeting to the floor. What is helping to hold Halex itself together, meanwhile, is private equity capital. The Pomona company recently received $33 million in such financing from investment firms in Bethesda, Md., and Chicago in a deal brokered by Barrington Associates of Los Angeles. The money will enable Halex's entrepreneurial owners to expand their line with other products.
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NEWS
April 26, 1993 | ROBERT W. STEWART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The well-scrubbed suburbanites in fresh T-shirts and blue jeans could have been heading for a lazy day at the beach as they boarded their charter bus Sunday, clutching coolers and backpacks. But the 300 or so gays and lesbians who had flown from Orange County were instead on their way to the tumultuous march for gay rights that attracted hundreds of thousands of people to downtown Washington on Sunday.
NEWS
October 30, 1991 | RICK VANDERKNYFF, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Race organizers expect the top finishers in Sunday's Orange County Marathon to complete the course in well under 1 1/2 hours. Not the runners, of course--after all, the fastest marathon ever run was just under 2 hours, 7 minutes. It's the in-line skaters, zipping along at speeds up to 28 m.p.h., who will be burning up the course Sunday. The Orange County Marathon will be the first ever to include a special division for in-line skaters, according to organizers.
FOOD
October 3, 1991 | DAN BERGER, TIMES WINE WRITER
Italy is a land of tradition. Lionello Marchesi believes his three Tuscan wine properties will, in a few centuries or so, be viewed as great traditions. Based on the quality of his wines, Marchesi may realize his wish a lot sooner. Marchesi is a businessman from Florence. The businesses that made him wealthy are so diverse he lists them in groups: automobile accessories and spare parts; fabric and clothing; automated electronic equipment.
SPORTS
January 2, 2004 | Diane Pucin, Times Staff Writer
Using a flamboyant offense and ferocious defense, USC beat Michigan, 28-14, Thursday in the 90th Rose Bowl game, likely earning the Trojans a share of their ninth national championship and first since 1978. USC went into the game ranked No. 1 by both the members of the news media who vote in the Associated Press poll and the coaches who vote in the USA Today/ESPN poll. The decisive win over No.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 24, 2012 | Steve Lopez
On May 27, Vicente Vasquez was digging into the bed of Echo Park Lake with his backhoe when he scraped a solid object buried under 4 feet of muck. What could it be? During the city's months-long dredging and rebuilding of the lake, workers have found lots of old bottles and assorted junk, but nothing sexy or sensational. No bodies, no bones, no rusted weapons used in unsolved crimes. Vasquez cleared a space around his discovery and saw the outlines of the buried treasure.
NEWS
May 4, 1989
The top-ranked UCLA women's softball team (35-4 overall, 12-2 in the Pacific-10) will play at Oregon State (7-24, 1-15) on Friday and meet fifth-ranked Oregon (46-13, 11-5) at Eugene on Saturday. Both are double-headers and are key conference games as the regular season comes to a close next weekend. The winner of the Pac-10 conference, as well as the Big Eight, Big Ten, Big West, Gateway and Mid-America conferences, receives automatic bids into the NCAA College World Series, which will be played in Sunnyvale, Calif.
SPORTS
January 24, 1995 | WENDY WITHERSPOON
On the eve of the men's collegiate volleyball season, an empire stands humbled. And like members of the old guard on the day after a revolution, volleyball teams in the West are looking around and wondering what their roles will be in the new regime. California was so dominant that no team from outside the state had ever won a national championship. Only rarely were outsiders in the race.
SPORTS
September 27, 1985 | JEANMARIE MURPHY, Times Staff Writer
Call them a soccer team without a practice field--or even a campus. But, what else should you expect from a team that calls itself the Free Spirits? Although the Los Angeles Mission College soccer team has no place to call home, it does have a winning program. The team, a nomadic group of junior college recruits, has compiled a 2-1-1 record this season, which includes a 2-0 shutout Wednesday over Cerritos at Pierce, where Mission plays its home games.
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