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July 15, 1988
Jack Boyer has been named athletic director at Los Angeles City College, heading an athletic program that has been non-existent for three years. Boyer, who has been at LACC for 31 years, formerly coached the school's football team. He said that three sports will resume in the fall, basketball, cross-country and track and field.
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July 15, 1988
Jack Boyer has been named athletic director at Los Angeles City College, heading an athletic program that has been non-existent for three years. Boyer, who has been at LACC for 31 years, formerly coached the school's football team. He said that three sports will resume in the fall, basketball, cross-country and track and field.
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NEWS
June 4, 1987
Five baseball players from Westside universities were named to the NCAA All-District 8 team. Selections included shortstop Paul Faries, outfielder Rick Hirtensteiner and designated hitter Ruben Gonzalez, all of Pepperdine; UCLA second baseman Torey Lovullo and Bruin catcher Billy Haselman and Loyola Marymount third baseman Chris Donnels.
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April 30, 1995 | SEAN WATERS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
After 63 years, The Times has learned that Los Angeles City College plans to eliminate its baseball program because of budgetary concerns and lack of school support. Several sources close to the program confirmed the decision, but a formal announcement was not immediately forthcoming. "You have to wait until Monday before I can give you the official word," LACC Athletic Director Jack Boyer said.
NEWS
June 15, 1989
Teri Melanson of West Hollywood won the Los Angeles municipal women's golf championship, defeating Cal State Long Beach student Susan Giordani on the second hole of a sudden-death playoff at Griffith Park. Melanson, who has a one handicap and has won the Rancho Park Golf Course women's club championship in three of the last four years, and Giordani each shot 234 for 54 holes of regulation play. Melanson made a 10-foot putt on the second extra hole to win the title. Do Kim of Daniel Murphy High School, Carol Koh of Westlake School and the Marlborough School badminton team were among student-athletes and teams in the CIF-Southern Section who were honored for academic achievement by the California Angels and Ford Motor Co. at Anaheim Stadium.
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May 30, 1991 | IRENE GARCIA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ron McClurkin, who twice coached the El Camino College basketball team to the state semifinals, has been named coach at L.A. City College. McClurkin will replace Reggie Morris, who left to coach at Cal State San Bernardino. "I'm looking forward to it," McClurkin said. "At least it's going to keep me involved in coaching. I wasn't sure what I was going to do."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 5, 1987
Castaic Union 2 vacancies 3 of 3 precincts Vote % Jane Wakeham-Lopez 115 23.1 John W. Johnson (Inc.) 109 21.9 Ruth G. Roess 105 21.1 Larry Harnage (Inc.) 88 17.7 John D. Quigley 80 16.1 Wm. S. Hart Union 2 vacancies 46 of 46 precincts Vote % Gerald H. Heidt (Inc.) 11,491 41.6 Clara Jean Stroup (Inc.) 8,364 30.3 Ronnie Silver 6,255 22.6 John Charles Simas 1,524 5.5 Hughes-Elizabeth Lakes Union 2 vacancies 2 of 2 precincts Vote % Ralph E. Krusey (Inc.) 144 34.0 Charles E. Slay 102 24.
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February 28, 1991 | TRACEY KAPLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
While most of Los Angeles County prepares to enter the war against The Drought, Santa Clarita will join the battle as a volunteer instead of a conscript. While most communities face mandatory rationing programs, Santa Clarita residents are being asked to voluntarily conserve water as officials tap additional local wells to make up for drastic cuts in state deliveries.
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August 13, 1987 | MAYERENE BARKER, Times Staff Writer
Filing for Santa Clarita Valley school board seats closed Wednesday with no sign of a political counterattack by building developers, who had been expected to back their own board candidates to fight heavy school taxes. Twenty-one candidates had filed with the Los Angeles County registrar's office for 10 seats on five Santa Clarita Valley school boards by the 5 p.m. deadline. Ten candidates filed for Nov.
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October 25, 1987 | MAYERENE BARKER, Times Staff Writer
With the spotlight in the Santa Clarita Valley illuminating the cityhood election and 25 city council candidates, a number of other races on the Nov. 3 ballot have gone largely unnoticed. Voters also must elect 14 school board members from a field of more than two dozen in seven school districts in the area. Twelve more candidates are vying for three seats on the Santa Clarita Community College District board.
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