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January 29, 1994
I was deeply moved by the article about Harold Ellis by Chris Baker (Jan. 25). If there are any parents in search of a role model for their child, I would hope they consider the following: --Harold Ellis makes $150,000 per year or $1,829 per game. He gives 100% full-time effort and is ecstatic about being with the Clippers. --Ron Harper makes $4 million this year or $48,780 per game, gives 100% part-time effort, blasts his employer and is miserably unhappy playing for the Clippers.
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January 8, 2009 | Roger Vincent
Harold "Hal" A. Ellis Jr., a founder of real estate services firm Grubb & Ellis Co. and one of the best known figures in U.S. real estate, died Monday of metastatic melanoma at his home in Piedmont, Calif. He was 77. Ellis built a small Oakland brokerage into a powerhouse whose circular yellow and black signs dot thousands of stores, offices, factories and other commercial properties for sale or lease across the country.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 4, 1995 | MIMI KO
Succeeding in life is all about having pride in yourself. That was the lesson Harold Ellis taught a group of about 70 youths Tuesday at the local Boys and Girls Club on Commonwealth Avenue. The 6-foot-5 Los Angeles Clipper forward and guard spent the afternoon delivering a message about self-esteem and positive thinking.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 4, 1995 | MIMI KO
Succeeding in life is all about having pride in yourself. That was the lesson Harold Ellis taught a group of about 70 youths Tuesday at the local Boys and Girls Club on Commonwealth Avenue. The 6-foot-5 Los Angeles Clipper forward and guard spent the afternoon delivering a message about self-esteem and positive thinking.
SPORTS
January 25, 1994 | CHRIS BAKER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rookie Clipper forward Harold Ellis was nicknamed "Easy" by his childhood buddies. "He made everything look easy," said Rico Adkins, who grew up with Ellis in northwest Atlanta. "We called him Easy Ellis or Easy E." But it wasn't easy for Ellis to reach the NBA. "Some people have the easy way to the NBA, from star in high school to star in college to the first round (in the NBA draft)," said Ellis, 23. "Some people have to just get there the hard way, and I took the hard way.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 8, 2009 | Roger Vincent
Harold "Hal" A. Ellis Jr., a founder of real estate services firm Grubb & Ellis Co. and one of the best known figures in U.S. real estate, died Monday of metastatic melanoma at his home in Piedmont, Calif. He was 77. Ellis built a small Oakland brokerage into a powerhouse whose circular yellow and black signs dot thousands of stores, offices, factories and other commercial properties for sale or lease across the country.
SPORTS
October 23, 1994 | Times Wire Services
Terry Dehere scored 32 of his 43 points in the second half to lead the Clippers to a 114-109 victory over the Kings in Sacramento on Saturday night. Harold Ellis added 25 points for the Clippers (2-3). Walt Williams scored 22 points for the Kings (0-3), who along with the Charlotte Hornets are the only winless teams in the preseason. Bobby Hurley had 18 points and seven assists for Sacramento.
SPORTS
October 16, 1994 | Associated Press
Terry Dehere scored 18 of his game-high 27 points in the second quarter as the Clippers defeated the Atlanta Hawks, 106-84, in an exhibition Saturday night. The Hawks, who played without holdout center-forward Kevin Willis and injured center Jon Koncak, emptied their bench in the fourth quarter. Two dunks by Charles Outlaw and a three-pointer by Dehere gave the Clippers a 52-45 lead they did not relinquish.
SPORTS
November 3, 1993 | CHRIS BAKER
The Clippers waived center Wayne Tinkle and guard Harold Ellis Tuesday to reduce their roster to 13 players. They are also expected to place forward Henry James, who has tendinitis in his left knee, on the injured reserve list. As expected, the Clippers announced that forward John Williams, who is in a weight-loss clinic, has been suspended without pay.
SPORTS
October 30, 1993 | Associated Press
Jim Jackson scored 10 of his 22 points to help Dallas to a 30-14 lead after one quarter and the Mavericks cruised to their first exhibition victory, 91-75 over the Clippers on Friday night. Dallas got 15 points and nine rebounds from rookie center Darren Morningstar. Rookie Harold Ellis led the Clippers (5-2) with 11 points, the only Clipper in double figures. Fat Lever and rookie Jamal Mashburn had 11 points each for Dallas.
SPORTS
January 29, 1994
I was deeply moved by the article about Harold Ellis by Chris Baker (Jan. 25). If there are any parents in search of a role model for their child, I would hope they consider the following: --Harold Ellis makes $150,000 per year or $1,829 per game. He gives 100% full-time effort and is ecstatic about being with the Clippers. --Ron Harper makes $4 million this year or $48,780 per game, gives 100% part-time effort, blasts his employer and is miserably unhappy playing for the Clippers.
SPORTS
January 25, 1994 | CHRIS BAKER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rookie Clipper forward Harold Ellis was nicknamed "Easy" by his childhood buddies. "He made everything look easy," said Rico Adkins, who grew up with Ellis in northwest Atlanta. "We called him Easy Ellis or Easy E." But it wasn't easy for Ellis to reach the NBA. "Some people have the easy way to the NBA, from star in high school to star in college to the first round (in the NBA draft)," said Ellis, 23. "Some people have to just get there the hard way, and I took the hard way.
REAL ESTATE
January 18, 1987
"Real Estate '87," a forecast of the Los Angeles basin commercial and industrial realty markets, will be presented Tuesday at the Sheraton Grande Hotel, from 4 to 6 p.m. by Grubb & Ellis Commercial Brokerage. Harold A. Ellis Jr., chairman of Grubb & Ellis Co., George Smith, chairman of the firm's affiliate, George Smith Financial Services, and nine senior brokers from the organization's various branch offices will discuss trends in the office, industrial, retail and investment markets.
BUSINESS
August 25, 1987
Drewry Photocolor's profit soared in the company's fiscal first quarter ended July 25, extending Drewry's recent financial rebound. The Burbank company, which processes film for retail clients, said net income jumped to $605,313, or $1.02 a share, from $40,748, or 7 cents a share, a year earlier. Sales rose 19%, from $7.2 million to $8.6 million. The profit gain reflected lower costs and a "significant increase" in sales from existing retail customers, said Harold W.
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