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  • The go-to guy: Peter Ueberroth

    The go-to guy: Peter Ueberroth
    So here's Peter Ueberroth, L.A.'s Olympic champion, chairman of the Newport Beach investor company the Contrarian Group, sharing his office with someone else -- his border collie, Koot, for Kootenai, the Idaho county where Ueberroth found him abandoned....
  • PASSINGS: Dave Duerson, Joe Frazier, Alan F. Segal

    PASSINGS: Dave Duerson, Joe Frazier, Alan F. Segal
    Dave Duerson NFL player on Super Bowl-winning teams Dave Duerson, 50, a four-time Pro Bowl safety who played on Super Bowl winners with the Chicago Bears and New York Giants, was found dead Thursday at his home in Sunny Isles Beach, Fla. Investigators...
  • Ollie Matson dies at 80; NFL Hall of Famer played on some of the worst Rams teams

    Ollie Matson dies at 80; NFL Hall of Famer played on some of the worst Rams teams
    Ollie Matson, a remarkably versatile football player who had the misfortune during a 14-year career in the National Football League to play on mostly bad teams, among them some of the worst Los Angeles Rams clubs in history — and made it to the Hall...
  • Jim Rodnunsky dies at 54; developer of Cablecam system used in sporting events, Hollywood films

    Jim Rodnunsky dies at 54; developer of Cablecam system used in sporting events, Hollywood films
    Filmmaker Jim Rodnunsky took a backward (and face-down) approach to developing Cablecam, among the most revolutionary innovations in the history of sports broadcasting. Rodnunsky's system of using a cat's cradle of synthetic ropes to suspend a remote-...
  • Mark Whitehead dies at 50; cyclist was part of U.S. team that participated in blood doping during 1984 Summer Olympics

    Mark Whitehead dies at 50; cyclist was part of U.S. team that participated in blood doping during 1984 Summer Olympics
    Mark Whitehead, a member of the U.S. track cycling team that participated in blood doping during the 1984 Summer Olympics, creating a scandal that led to the practice being banned from the sport, has died. He was 50. Whitehead died in Frisco, Texas,...
  • PASSINGS: Sherman White, Don Chandler

    PASSINGS: Sherman White, Don Chandler
    Sherman White College athlete in point-shaving scandal Sherman White, 82, a 1950s college basketball star at Long Island University who served jail time for point shaving, died Aug. 4 of congestive heart failure at his home in Piscataway, N.J., said his...
  • PASSINGS: Bill Clements, Arthur Goldreich, John N. Doggett, Sergei Bagapsh, Thomas Graham Duffy

    PASSINGS: Bill Clements, Arthur Goldreich, John N. Doggett, Sergei Bagapsh, Thomas Graham Duffy
    Bill Clements First GOP Texas governor since Reconstruction Bill Clements, 94, a two-term Texas governor who in 1979 became the first Republican elected governor in the state since Reconstruction, died Sunday at a Dallas-area hospital, Lt. Gov. David...
  • Barry Bremen dies at 64; prankster crashed All-Star games, Emmys

    Barry Bremen dies at 64; prankster crashed All-Star games, Emmys
    Barry Bremen, a Michigan businessman and incorrigible impostor who fielded pop flies at baseball's 1986 All-Star game, launched warm-up layups at the 1979 NBA All-Star game and bounded on stage to accept actress Betty Thomas' Emmy Award in 1985 has died....
  • Bubba Smith dies at 66; NFL player turned Miller Lite pitchman

    Bubba Smith dies at 66; NFL player turned Miller Lite pitchman
    Bubba Smith, a former All-Pro football player turned actor and commercial pitchman who delighted TV viewers by wrenching off the tops of "easy-opening cans" of beer, was found dead Wednesday at his Los Angeles home. He was 66. -------------------- FOR...
  • Richard S. Stevens dies at 80; had leadership roles with Disneyland Hotel and Queen Mary

    Richard S. Stevens dies at 80; had leadership roles with Disneyland Hotel and Queen Mary
    Richard S. Stevens, who had leadership roles with the Disneyland Hotel, Queen Mary and Balboa Bay Club during a wide-ranging business career, has died. He was 80. Stevens died Oct. 14 in his sleep at his Newport Beach home, said his wife, Joan. He...
  • Pop Warner to coaches on concussions: If in doubt, sit them out

         This weekend and next, pint-sized football players who have risen to the top of their youth leagues are striding heroically onto gridirons across the nation, playing out their own Super Bowl dreams. The scene may look pretty innocent. But growing...