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NEWS
April 12, 1988 | TRACY DODDS, Times Staff Writer
After twice being rebuffed by men with national reputations, UCLA turned to a local candidate with old school ties today, hiring Jim Harrick as basketball coach. Harrick is a former UCLA assistant who has been the head coach at Pepperdine in Malibu for the last nine years. Harrick succeeds Walt Hazzard, who was fired 13 days ago. Hazzard, a former UCLA star under John Wooden, was the Bruins' coach for four seasons. His teams were 77-47, including 16-14 this past season.
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SPORTS
February 22, 2003
Who says that Steve Lavin can't coach? Just when we think that he only rolls the ball out and doesn't better the players after years of his tutelage, we learn that the fruits of his labors will pay off next year. Albeit his coaching is directed at Mr. Guerrero with his list of replacements, any one of the names that he mentioned in his weekly news conference should benefit the players who are fortunate to return. John Boyte Newhall T.J. Simers praises Lavin for his good humor and teaching prowess, while Bill Plaschke berates him for quitting and bailing out on his players!
SPORTS
September 15, 2000
The Lancaster JetHawks, an affiliate of the Seattle Mariners since their inception in 1995, will become an affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks. Lancaster's management group, which is already affiliated with the Diamondbacks in Yakima, Wash., and Missoula, Mont., announced it will sign a player development contract with Arizona in October when its contract with the Mariners expires.
SPORTS
November 9, 1996 | MAL FLORENCE
How do you pass the time the night before a big game? If you're Harvard linebacker Joe Weidle, you go on national television, stick the entire stem of a tablespoon up your nose, then use it to gulp some Rice Krispies. Dan Shaughnessy of the Boston Globe reported on Weidle's "stupid human trick" on "Late Night With David Letterman" on Nov. 1. Weidle told Shaughnessy of his technique: "A spoon is good and flat. It goes into my sinuses. I can actually taste the metal.
SPORTS
November 30, 2013 | By Chris Foster
You can use statistics to say whatever you want to say. UCLA's basketball team beat Northwestern on Friday to run its record to 7-0. Their Twitter feed boldly announced: “ @UCLAMBB UCLA's Steve Alford has become the program's first-ever head coach to lead the Bruins to a 7-0 record in his first season at the helm” Holy John Wooden! Ah, but there's fine print: UCLA has played Drexel, Oakland, Sacramento State, Morehead State, Chattanooga, Nevada and Northwestern.
SPORTS
February 23, 1995 | TIM KAWAKAMI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Why is Jim Harrick so adamant about not wanting to be voted No. 1? Maybe because the last time UCLA climbed to the top of the polls this late in the season was not a pleasant experience. During the week of Feb. 19, 1979, the Bruins, led by David Greenwood, Kiki Vandeweghe and Brad Holland, were voted No. 1 with a 20-3 record. Gary Cunningham was in his last season as coach, and Harrick was one of his assistants. In its next game, UCLA traveled to Seattle to play struggling Washington.
SPORTS
September 1, 1994 | LON EUBANKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John Easterbrook, associate athletic director at Fresno State, is expected to be named Cal State Fullerton's athletic director today. University President Milton Gordon has called an 11 a.m. news conference to introduce the successor to Bill Shumard, who resigned in May and later became an assistant athletic director at Long Beach State.
SPORTS
January 10, 1985 | MARK HEISLER, Times Staff Writer
That supposed basketball afterthought from the Great Northwest, Washington State, scheduled to be only a bearer of good tidings this season, arrives in Pauley Pavilion tonight with a 10-2 record, a nine-game winning streak and something less gracious in mind than the usual bombing by the Bruins. The Cougars would like to beat UCLA in Los Angeles, which they have failed to do in 28 tries, or at Pauley, where they're a fast 0-19, foiled by one demon or another, striped or otherwise.
OPINION
March 19, 2004
In his March 17 commentary, Patrick J. Ishmael argues that Al Qaeda won Sunday's election in Spain because the Spanish people voted out a government that supported President Bush's war in Iraq. The problem with this argument is that the invasion of Iraq had nothing to do with stopping terrorism. Iraq was not responsible for 9/11, it had no ties to the Al Qaeda network and was not a threat to either the U.S. or Spain. Rather, the invasion of Iraq has set back the war on terror by diverting resources away from the hunt for Osama bin Laden and giving Al Qaeda a recruiting tool by inflaming Arab hostility against Spain and the U.S. The Spanish people recognized this and voted out the politicians responsible for endangering their country.
SPORTS
April 5, 2002 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Steve Elkington shot an eight-under-par 64 on Thursday in the opening round of the BellSouth Classic at Duluth, Ga., to take a one-stroke lead over Phil Mickelson. There was a five-way logjam at 66 with Dudley Hart, Thomas Bjorn, Jesper Parnevik, Frank Nobilo and Ian Leggatt. Four of the world's top five players are resting up for the Masters, including No. 1 Tiger Woods, No. 3 Ernie Els, No. 4 David Duval and No. 5 Sergio Garcia.
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