NCAA tournament: In the March 23 Sports section, a column about Week 1 of the NCAA tournament said that the Big 12 conference had only one team, Oklahoma, advance to the round of 16. West Virginia of the Big 12 also advanced.
Hot Property: In the March 22 Business section, an article about a property Frank Sinatra once leased in Chatsworth said that the $7.5-million estate encompassed 14 acres and had a guesthouse with its own swimming pool. The for-sale property is four acres and does not include the guesthouse or its pool.
Jack Peltason: In the March 23 California section, the obituary of Jack Peltason, a former chancellor of UC Irvine and former president of the UC system, said that he had five great-grandchildren. There are eight.
Pacific Symphony: In the March 15 Arts & Books section's Spring Arts Preview, a classical music listing for a May 28-30 Pacific Symphony tribute to composer-pianist Andre Previn gave an incorrect telephone number for information. The number is (714) 755-5799.
Coachella rents: In the March 24 Business section, an article about lodging costs near the Coachella music festival neglected to say that the information on price and availability of rental homes was provided by Tripping.com.
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