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August 11, 2006 | From the Chicago Tribune
Chicago-based independent music label Victory Records is being sued by its bestselling band, Hawthorne Heights. The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court this week, alleges that Victory has failed to account for and pay the band money that is contractually owed to it. And as a result, the band sent a letter terminating its relationship with Victory. "Our departure is anything but amicable," the band said in a statement on its website. "After selling more than 1.
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August 11, 2006 | From the Chicago Tribune
Chicago-based independent music label Victory Records is being sued by its bestselling band, Hawthorne Heights. The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court this week, alleges that Victory has failed to account for and pay the band money that is contractually owed to it. And as a result, the band sent a letter terminating its relationship with Victory. "Our departure is anything but amicable," the band said in a statement on its website. "After selling more than 1.
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November 30, 2005 | From the Associated Press
Ray Emery won his record ninth consecutive game to start his career, stopping 27 shots for his first shutout, to lead the Ottawa Senators over the Montreal Canadiens, 4-0, Tuesday in front of a team-record crowd of 19,858. Emery improved to 9-0 in 12 games and moved ahead of Bob Froese, who was 8-0 to begin his career with Philadelphia in 1982-83. Emery defeated Montreal for the third time this season to improve to 6-0 in six starts -- three of his victories came in the previous two seasons.
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November 30, 2005 | From the Associated Press
Ray Emery won his record ninth consecutive game to start his career, stopping 27 shots for his first shutout, to lead the Ottawa Senators over the Montreal Canadiens, 4-0, Tuesday in front of a team-record crowd of 19,858. Emery improved to 9-0 in 12 games and moved ahead of Bob Froese, who was 8-0 to begin his career with Philadelphia in 1982-83. Emery defeated Montreal for the third time this season to improve to 6-0 in six starts -- three of his victories came in the previous two seasons.
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April 2, 1996 | Helene Elliott
A significant NHL record is within their grasp, but the Detroit Red Wings consider it merely a mileage marker on the way to their real destination. At 58-12-5, the Red Wings--who have clinched the Presidents' Trophy for the best regular-season record--are two victories from tying the record of 60 set by the 1976-77 Montreal Canadiens. If the Red Wings are nervous, they're hiding it well.
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December 9, 1998 | TRIS WYKES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
About 500 fans stood and cheered as the public address announcer in the Carpinteria High gym intoned the making of history Tuesday night. Lou Cvijanovich's stone-faced expression did not change. In his 41st season as Santa Clara boys' basketball coach, he became the state's leader for victories in a career when his Saints routed Carpinteria, 79-47, in a nonleague game.
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April 15, 1997 | LARRY STEWART
Tiger Woods' drawing power delivered an overnight rating for the final round of the Masters of 15.8, the highest for any golf tournament in history, and attracted a 32% share of the audience. The 15.8 overnight rating is a 65% increase over the 9.6 for the final round of last year's Masters. The final half-hour of Sunday's Masters drew a 22.2 rating with a 40 share, meaning 22.
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April 28, 2001 | From Associated Press
The Seattle Mariners won their eighth consecutive game and tied a major league record with their 19th victory in April in defeating the Chicago White Sox, 8-3, Friday night at Chicago. The Mariners have won 12 of 13 and at 19-4 are off to baseball's best start since Milwaukee won 20 of 23 to begin the 1987 season. The 1997 Atlanta Braves were the only other team to win 19 games in April.
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April 25, 1998 | RICH ROBERTS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Steve Fossett beat the sun and the committee boat to the finish line to win the 51st Newport-to-Ensenada international sailing race Friday. Fossett and a crew of six, sailing the 60-foot Stars & Stripes catamaran, found ideal conditions to set a multihull record of 6 hours 46 minutes. That time easily beat the previous record of 8 hours 27 minutes, set by Dennis Conner on the same boat four years ago.
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December 30, 1995 | Associated Press
In a game filled with big offensive and special teams plays, it took the Louisiana State defense to break the Independence Bowl wide open Friday. Gabe Northern's 37-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown gave LSU an 11-point lead with 9:20 left in the third quarter. Less than a minute later, Allen Stansberry's interception set up another score and the Tigers went on to beat Michigan State, 45-26. Freshman Kevin Faulk rushed for an Independence Bowl record 234 yards and scored two touchdowns.
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April 28, 2001 | From Associated Press
The Seattle Mariners won their eighth consecutive game and tied a major league record with their 19th victory in April in defeating the Chicago White Sox, 8-3, Friday night at Chicago. The Mariners have won 12 of 13 and at 19-4 are off to baseball's best start since Milwaukee won 20 of 23 to begin the 1987 season. The 1997 Atlanta Braves were the only other team to win 19 games in April.
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December 6, 1999 | J.A. ADANDE
Along the way to becoming the winningest jockey of all time, Laffit Pincay also learned to be a good loser. Baseball is considered tough because its best hitters fail 70% of the time. Well, two of horse racing's all-time greats, Pincay and Bill Shoemaker, lost 80% of their races. Even though you still make money to place or show at the track, competitive athletes need to win. You don't see the names of the runner-ups engraved anywhere around Hollywood Park.
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October 24, 1999 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Pain gave way to numbness Saturday. Anger became disbelief. Another 21-point lead for USC. Another loss. No answers. USC's last gasp came on fourth down from Stanford's 16-yard line on the game's final play, but Stanford's Tim Smith intercepted Mike Van Raaphorst's pass at the seven-yard line and dashed to midfield to keep the Cardinal on the road to the Rose Bowl. Stanford 35, USC 31. "I have no idea what's going on," tailback Chad Morton said.
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December 9, 1998 | TRIS WYKES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
About 500 fans stood and cheered as the public address announcer in the Carpinteria High gym intoned the making of history Tuesday night. Lou Cvijanovich's stone-faced expression did not change. In his 41st season as Santa Clara boys' basketball coach, he became the state's leader for victories in a career when his Saints routed Carpinteria, 79-47, in a nonleague game.
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October 10, 1998 | LONNIE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Long Beach Ice Dogs' season opener against the Houston Aeros Friday night had the feel of a mini-Kings' reunion. In a game between two of the International Hockey League's elite teams that featured five players who spent last month's training camp with the Kings, the Ice Dogs scored two goals in the third period to defeat Houston, 3-1, before 9,962 at the Long Beach Sports Arena-the largest home attendance in franchise history.
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April 25, 1998 | RICH ROBERTS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Steve Fossett beat the sun and the committee boat to the finish line to win the 51st Newport-to-Ensenada international sailing race Friday. Fossett and a crew of six, sailing the 60-foot Stars & Stripes catamaran, found ideal conditions to set a multihull record of 6 hours 46 minutes. That time easily beat the previous record of 8 hours 27 minutes, set by Dennis Conner on the same boat four years ago.
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April 24, 1994 | ERIK HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When announcer Don Brandley told spectators at the 22nd Foothill Swim Games they would be witnessing some fast times at Foothill High, most in the stands seemed unfazed by the announcer's prediction. But at day's end, even Brandley was surprised at some of the times turned in. Overall, four records were set, some nearly broken and some of the season's fastest times in Orange County were recorded at Saturday's meet. In team competition, El Toro was first overall with 582 points.
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August 30, 1997 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Angel pitcher Ken Hill looked like a Cy Young Award winner, a Silver Slugger batter and a Gold Glove fielder all wrapped up in one Friday night, his virtuoso performance leading the Angels to a 3-1 victory over the San Diego Padres before a record crowd of 60,230 at Qualcomm Stadium.
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