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March 10, 2002 | HUGH HART
When songwriter Jeff Barry moved with his wife, Nancy, to Santa Barbara six years ago, he planned on taking it easy and raising their 6-year-old twins in a peaceful setting. He could afford to relax: In the '60s, Barry co-authored dozens of hits, including "Be My Baby," "Baby I Love You," "Doo Wah Diddy," "Da Doo Ron Ron," "Leader of the Pack," "Sugar Sugar" "Iko, Iko" and "Chapel of Love." He produced the Monkees' "I'm a Believer."
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March 10, 2002 | HUGH HART
When songwriter Jeff Barry moved with his wife, Nancy, to Santa Barbara six years ago, he planned on taking it easy and raising their 6-year-old twins in a peaceful setting. He could afford to relax: In the '60s, Barry co-authored dozens of hits, including "Be My Baby," "Baby I Love You," "Doo Wah Diddy," "Da Doo Ron Ron," "Leader of the Pack," "Sugar Sugar" "Iko, Iko" and "Chapel of Love." He produced the Monkees' "I'm a Believer."
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January 11, 1991 | From Times Wire Services
The Songwriters Hall of Fame said Thursday that it will induct Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich, who wrote "Leader of the Pack," and Otis Blackwell, who penned many of the tunes Elvis Presley sang. Antonio Carlos Jobim, whose bossa nova hits include "The Girl from Ipanema," will be honored in the international category, said the Hall of Fame's president, lyricist Sammy Cahn. The 1991 inductees will be honored May 29 at the organization's 22nd annual dinner, Cahn said.
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May 12, 1999
Top-seeded Ryan Katzman of Foothill won the singles title with a 6-1, 6-3 victory over Jason Topor of El Modena in the Century League tennis finals Tuesday at the Anaheim Hills Racquet Club. Foothill's doubles team of Jeff Barry and John Gross won the doubles title, 7-5, 3-6, 7-6. In the Freeway League finals: Sunny Hills sweeps--Joseph Kao of Sunny Hills won the singles title, 6-0, 6-1. Raj Vyas and Davin Lin, also of Sunny Hills, took the doubles title, 6-3, 7-5.
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April 18, 1988
The San Diego State baseball team got its 12th straight victory Sunday, defeating Oral Roberts, 11-2, at Smith Field. Erik Plantenberg, a freshman left-hander, struck out eight and gave up one earned run in six innings. It was his sixth victory without a loss. Dave Riddle, Scott Webb and Rusty Filter finished in relief. Outfielders Jeff Barry and Brian Lutes supplied most of the offense for SDSU. Barry was 4 for 4, scored twice and drove in a run.
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April 3, 1990
Rick Navarro struck out five batters in four innings of relief and picked up the victory as San Diego State defeated visiting Cal Baptist, 14-4, in a nonconference baseball game Monday at Smith Field. Jeff Barry stole three bases, drove in two runs, hit a solo home run and went two for five for the Aztecs (23-12). Teammate Scott Dennison scored three times, and doubled twice. Rodney Gaines (6-1) was tagged with his first loss for Cal Baptist (22-7). WOMEN'S TENNIS Tonya Fuller, playing No.
SPORTS
April 13, 1990
San Diego State's baseball team came from behind on Eric Christopherson's two-run home run with one out in the seventh to score a 4-3 victory over Nevada Reno in a nonconference game Thursday night in Reno. Christopherson went two for four as did teammate Jeff Barry, who also came through with an RBI double. SDSU improved to 29-13 and Nevada Reno fell to 18-18. UC San Diego edged host Christ College, 3-2, as starter Dann Eaton struck out eight batters in five innings.
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March 20, 1989
Ron Brown struck out 12 and allowed five hits as San Diego State shut out visiting Wisconsin, 7-0, Sunday in a nonleague baseball game at Smith Field. Jeff Barry hit a solo home run and went three for four with two runs scored. Brian Lutes went two for four with two RBIs for the Aztecs (13-10). Wisconsin is 3-7. The teams play again tonight at 7.
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May 30, 1990
San Diego State was the only school to have three players named to the American Baseball Coaches Assn. Region 7 first team released Tuesday. But SDSU catcher Eric Christopherson, expected to be a first-round draft choice in June, was not named to the first team. SDSU's Jeff Barry was one of only three repeat choices. Barry, a junior outfielder from Medford, Ore., batted .320. He was joined by shortstop Brian Grebeck (.332) and pitcher Kurt Archer (9-2, 2.13).
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May 23, 1989 | JIM LINDGREN
San Diego State's baseball team, which finished second in the Western Athletic Conference regular season and third in the WAC playoffs last weekend in Hawaii, was not among the 48 teams selected Monday for the National Collegiate Athletic Assn. Division I tournament, which begins Thursday. Three Aztecs, however, were chosen on the 12-man all-conference first team: outfielder Billy Miller, third baseman Lance Pinnell and pitcher Rob Brown. Miller, a junior and a graduate of Bonita Vista High, hit .326 with six homers and 34 RBIs.
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May 20, 1989 | Staff and Wire Reports
After losing in the first round of the Western Athletic Conference baseball tournament late Thursday, San Diego State came back on Friday to trounce Wyoming, 8-3, setting up a semifinal late Friday against the loser of the game between Hawaii and Brigham Young. San Diego State pitcher Rob Brown (10-5) went the distance against the Cowboys and allowed two earned runs, both in the eighth on a pop fly that caused confusion in the infield and dropped for a base hit. Brown struck out six to move his school-record season total to 122. The Aztecs (37-24)
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