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For the record

Estancia coach: In Friday’s Sports section, the prep football notebook incorrectly reported that Estancia High School’s football coach had resigned and that the school was looking for his replacement. Neither is the case.

E-readers: A subheadline in Saturday’s Business section on an article about short supplies of e-readers said 2009 should bring more choices and features. It should have said 2010, as the article indicated.

T Bone Burnett: A profile in Monday’s Calendar section of musician-producer T Bone Burnett said he led the band for Elvis Costello’s recent tour. Burnett played in Costello’s band only for its Los Angeles stop at the Greek Theatre.

‘The Snow Queen’: An article on “The Snow Queen” ballet in Friday’s Calendar section listed a number of Los Angeles ballet companies and implied all were school groups or non-professional companies. Los Angeles Ballet is professional and should not have been included in that context.

‘Doctor Who’: A TV Highlight in Saturday’s Calendar section said David Tennant would be ending his run in the lead role of the series “Doctor Who” that night. Tennant’s last appearance is scheduled to air Jan. 2 on BBC America.

Susan Boyle: An article in Monday’s Calendar section about the success of Susan Boyle’s “I Dreamed a Dream” album identified Keith Caulfield as director of charts for Billboard. He is the publication’s senior chart manager. The article also said Boyle was the winner of the talent show “Britain’s Got Talent.” She was the runner-up.

Zinc: An article in Monday’s Health section on the dangers of excess zinc incorrectly spelled the name of dietitian Ruth Frechman as Ruth Frenchman.

High school football: An article in Sunday’s Sports section on the CIF football state championships said Southern California teams held an 11-4 advantage over Northern California teams in the last four years. They hold a 12-4 advantage.

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