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How doI override these inline font specs?

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My user thoroughly enjoys sprucing things up a bit by incorporating different sized fonts and sizes etc. However, I've got one page where I want to display the text of what she's documented, but I need to override all of the spans and divs that the tinymce has very capably inserted into the text.

I thought I could do it by putting everything in a div, but that didn't seem to do the trick.

My challenge is at http://www.brucegust.com/rodgers/special_events.php. I want to take the text that says "This is going to be huge! Thus it justifies an Impact kind of font!
This will be in November, on the 16th" and put it all in a Helvetica font, 10pt size. How?
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#main_content table table table div span * {
font-size:10px !important
}
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Got it!
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