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January 2, 1999 | J.A. ADANDE
FLORIDA (9-2) vs. SYRACUSE (8-3) 5 p.m. PST, Channel 7 * Bowl records: Florida 12-13, Syracuse 10-7-1 * Series history: Syracuse leads, 2-1. * How the teams got there: Both teams came close to derailing Tennessee's perfect season, Syracuse right off the bat. The Orangemen squandered a late lead on a long drive and a last-second field goal in the season opener. Florida missed a field-goal attempt in overtime, allowing Tennessee to escape with a 20-17 victory on Sept. 19.
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SPORTS
January 2, 1999 | J.A. ADANDE
FLORIDA (9-2) vs. SYRACUSE (8-3) 5 p.m. PST, Channel 7 * Bowl records: Florida 12-13, Syracuse 10-7-1 * Series history: Syracuse leads, 2-1. * How the teams got there: Both teams came close to derailing Tennessee's perfect season, Syracuse right off the bat. The Orangemen squandered a late lead on a long drive and a last-second field goal in the season opener. Florida missed a field-goal attempt in overtime, allowing Tennessee to escape with a 20-17 victory on Sept. 19.
SPORTS
November 7, 1990 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After playing its way out of a New Year's Day bowl appearance, USC talked its way out of a trip to Honolulu, a spokesman for the Freedom Bowl said Tuesday. "When I talked with (USC Athletic Director) Mike McGee on Sunday, he told me that USC was leaning toward the Aloha Bowl," said Don Andersen, executive director of the Freedom Bowl, to be played Dec. 29 at Anaheim Stadium. Andersen, who sought the Trojans, said USC apparently reconsidered because its opponent in Honolulu on Dec.
SPORTS
November 7, 1990 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After playing its way out of a New Year's Day bowl appearance, USC talked its way out of a trip to Honolulu, a spokesman for the Freedom Bowl said Tuesday. "When I talked with (USC Athletic Director) Mike McGee on Sunday, he told me that USC was leaning toward the Aloha Bowl," said Don Andersen, executive director of the Freedom Bowl, to be played Dec. 29 at Anaheim Stadium. Andersen, who sought the Trojans, said USC apparently reconsidered because its opponent in Honolulu on Dec.
SPORTS
June 10, 1989
Matt Roe, a two-year starting basketball guard for the University of Syracuse, has asked for and received permission from the athletic department to contact other schools about transferring.
SPORTS
November 8, 1985 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER
Earl Duncan, a 6-foot 3-inch guard who averaged 27.1 points and seven rebounds a game last season as a junior at St. Monica High School in Santa Monica, has made an oral commitment to play next year for the University of Syracuse. Duncan had scheduled a visit this weekend to Georgia Tech, his fifth and final recruiting trip, but canceled it Wednesday and called Syracuse Coach Jim Boeheim to say he would sign a letter of intent next week with the Orangemen.
NEWS
October 26, 2003 | Karl Peter Kirk, Associated Press Writer
Perched on a plank high above the ark that once held a Torah scroll, Anita Peto draws another decorative circle, carefully copying the blurred shapes on a fading photograph taped to the scaffolding. The 24-year-old art restorer is putting together clues from the past to restore a crumbling rural synagogue to its former splendor when Mad was an important center in Hungarian Judaism.
NEWS
April 17, 1989 | Jack Smith
Libraries are among man's most ancient and enduring cultural achievements, and at the same time among the most fragile; witness the obliteration of the great library at Alexandria, Egypt; the wanton destruction of the Hollywood branch library by fire, and the disastrous damage inflicted on the Los Angeles Central Library by a sociopathic arsonist. Sociopaths are not the only villains. Now we read that the California Historical Society has closed its library in San Francisco for lack of money.
SPORTS
May 8, 1995 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Michael Chang prevailed against the world's No. 1 player in a demanding test on clay, beating Andre Agassi, 6-2, 6-7 (6-8), 6-4, Sunday to win the $328,000 AT&T Challenge at Duluth, Ga., for the second year in a row. It was his third victory in 11 matches against Agassi. * Spain's Conchita Martinez, the Wimbledon champion, overwhelmed 14-year-old Martina Hingis, 6-1, 6-0, to win the Citizen Cup at Hamburg, Germany. . . .
IMAGE
August 30, 2009 | Adam Tschorn
In June, an estimated 25,000 people attended the inaugural THC Expo hemp and art show in downtown Los Angeles, an event that pumped hundreds of thousands of dollars into the local economy -- including a $22,400 payment directly to the city of Los Angeles for use of its convention center. Barneys New York in Beverly Hills is celebrating the Woodstock spirit by selling $78 "Hashish" candles in Jonathan Adler pots with bas-relief marijuana leaves; Hickey offers $75 linen pocket squares or $120 custom polo shirts bearing the five-part leaf; and French designer Lucien Pellat-Finet is serving up white-gold and diamond custom pot-leaf-emblazoned wristwatches for $49,000 and belt buckles for $56,000.
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