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November 15, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
San Francisco Police Chief Frank Jordan has forced his older brother, Deputy Chief Jack Jordan, to retire after allegations that the deputy chief tried to conceal an alleged police beating of United Farm Workers union co-founder Dolores Huerta. The union leader was severely beaten during a demonstration against then-Vice President George Bush during a campaign stop in San Francisco last year.
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November 10, 2013 | By Chris Foster
TUCSON - UCLA certainly made use of its personnel against Arizona on Saturday. Linebacker Myles Jack made his debut as a running back in the second quarter. On a third-and-one play, the 225-pound freshman cut outside and turned the corner for a 29-yard run to the Arizona 37-yard line. Jack, who played running back and linebacker at Bellevue (Wash.) High, was not done. PHOTOS: UCLA defeats Arizona, 31-26 He gained 25 yards later in the second quarter and added a 66-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter.
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November 10, 2013 | By Chris Foster
TUCSON - UCLA certainly made use of its personnel against Arizona on Saturday. Linebacker Myles Jack made his debut as a running back in the second quarter. On a third-and-one play, the 225-pound freshman cut outside and turned the corner for a 29-yard run to the Arizona 37-yard line. Jack, who played running back and linebacker at Bellevue (Wash.) High, was not done. PHOTOS: UCLA defeats Arizona, 31-26 He gained 25 yards later in the second quarter and added a 66-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter.
NEWS
November 15, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
San Francisco Police Chief Frank Jordan has forced his older brother, Deputy Chief Jack Jordan, to retire after allegations that the deputy chief tried to conceal an alleged police beating of United Farm Workers union co-founder Dolores Huerta. The union leader was severely beaten during a demonstration against then-Vice President George Bush during a campaign stop in San Francisco last year.
SPORTS
August 18, 2001
Eric Karros, interviewed after a recent game-winning hit, gave credit to coaches Manny Mota and Jack Clark for his recent improvement. Had he gone as well to his interviewer, Rick Monday, for hitting advice, he could have attributed his recent success to "Manny, Mo & Jack." Jordan Austin Port Hueneme
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 16, 2004 | Cynthia Daniels and Andrew Blankstein, Times Staff Writers
Ventress McCallum, whose M&M soul food restaurants were a local institution, was shot and killed outside his Ladera Heights home, leaving family members, employees and customers to wonder Thursday who would kill the popular figure. McCallum, 54, was shot Wednesday night and died soon after at a local hospital. Los Angeles County Sheriff's Homicide Capt. Ray Peavy said it was unclear whether McCallum's slaying was a random or premeditated act. "It could have been a robbery.
SPORTS
October 2, 1987
While Dimitry Prouzinin commanded most of the attention at Irvine Lake by catching what is believed to be the first white sturgeon ever caught in Southern California--a 6-pound 2-ounce baby that was planted along with hundreds of other sturgeon last week--big catfish have been the regular attraction at the Southland reservoir. Raleith Burks of Gardena caught perhaps the biggest fish of the week, a 36-pound catfish, and several others caught have been upward of 20 pounds.
SPORTS
May 1, 1990 | SCOTT MILLER
The San Diego State University football program will not have sanctions levied against it by the California Community College Football Coaches' Assn., President Jack Jordan said Monday. Jordan telephoned SDSU Coach Al Luginbill Friday, after the committee voted against the sanctions at a meeting in San Francisco.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 26, 1998
Los Angeles is home to an underground economy driven by the parts of pilfered cars. In backyards, garages and even a few illegitimate auto body shops, "chop shop" mechanics dissect stolen cars. Crooks either forward the remains to buyers desperate for replacement parts or use the stolenpieces to rebuild salvaged vehicles and resell them. Chop shops can be found anywhere, and are run by the "criminally bent and mechanically talented," said Los Angeles County Sheriff's Lt. Jack Jordan.
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