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June 5, 1992 | From Associated Press
Big West Commissioner Jim Haney was named executive director of the National Assn. of Basketball Coaches on Thursday and will oversee the organization's move from Branford, Conn., to Kansas City. Haney, 43, will succeed Joe Vancisin, who retires July 31 as executive director. "We have a dynamic and very talented young guy in Jim Haney to lead our organization ," said Johnny Orr, NABC president and Iowa State basketball coach.
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June 5, 1992 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jim Haney, commissioner of the Big West Conference since 1988, is resigning to become executive director of the National Assn. of Basketball Coaches. Haney, who was head basketball coach at Oregon from 1978-83, was named to the NABC post Thursday, and will succeed Joe Vancisin, who retires July 31 as executive director.
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June 5, 1992 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jim Haney, commissioner of the Big West Conference since 1988, is resigning to become executive director of the National Assn. of Basketball Coaches. Haney, who was head basketball coach at Oregon from 1978-83, was named to the NABC post Thursday, and will succeed Joe Vancisin, who retires July 31 as executive director.
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June 5, 1992 | From Associated Press
Big West Commissioner Jim Haney was named executive director of the National Assn. of Basketball Coaches on Thursday and will oversee the organization's move from Branford, Conn., to Kansas City. Haney, 43, will succeed Joe Vancisin, who retires July 31 as executive director. "We have a dynamic and very talented young guy in Jim Haney to lead our organization ," said Johnny Orr, NABC president and Iowa State basketball coach.
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March 11, 1988 | JOHN WEYLER, Times Staff Writer
Jim Haney was introduced as the new commissioner of the Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. at a news conference Thursday and said that a new name, such as Big West or even Wild West, would not necessarily mean a new image for the conference. "Changing the name won't change the image," Haney said. "Hard work and diligence can, though . . . whether the name changes or stays the same.
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March 11, 1988
Jim Haney, former Oregon basketball coach and Missouri Valley Conference commissioner, was named commissioner of the Pacific Coast Athletic Assn.
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November 4, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
Wisconsin was barred by a federal appeals court from enforcing its ban on a type of late-term abortion while the state and opponents of the law battle in court. The 3-2 ruling by the U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago was a victory for Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin and six physicians who challenged the new law. Jim Haney, spokesman for the Wisconsin attorney general, said the state had not decided how to respond to the ruling. The law bans so-called partial-birth abortions.
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February 1, 1989 | From Times staff and wire service reports
Big West Conference Commissioner Jim Haney reprimanded Utah State coach Kohn Smith today for derogatory comments Smith made regarding the Nevada-Las Vegas men's basketball program last week. The remarks made by Smith were in direct violation of a section of the Big West Constitution, which prohibits such unsportsmanlike conduct as "being critical publicly of any game official, conference personnel, another university or its personnel," the conference said in a statement.
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July 23, 1992 | Associated Press
Dennis Farrell, associate commissioner of the Big West Conference, was selected Wednesday as its new commissioner. Farrell, 41, succeeds Jim Haney, who left to become executive director of the National Assn. of Basketball Coaches. "The Big West has an excellent new commissioner in Dennis Farrell," read a statement from Robert Maxson, UNLV president and a member of the search committee.
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March 11, 1988 | JOHN WEYLER, Times Staff Writer
Jim Haney was introduced as the new commissioner of the Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. at a news conference Thursday and said that a new name, such as Big West or even Wild West, would not necessarily mean a new image for the conference. "Changing the name won't change the image," Haney said. "Hard work and diligence can, though . . . whether the name changes or stays the same.
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July 8, 1992 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA
A selection committee will recommend Dennis Farrell as the next Big West Conference commissioner, a conference spokesperson said Tuesday. Jacqueline Myrick, assistant information director, said the Big West Conference Council will vote on the recommendation at its July 30 meeting. The council consists of school presidents, athletic directors, senior women's administrators and faculty representatives.
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February 6, 1988 | JOHN WEYLER, Times Staff Writer
More than 35 candidates have applied for the vacant Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. commissioner position, according to Ed Carroll, the Cal State Fullerton athletic director, who was in charge of accepting applications. Carroll is a member of a 12-person committee that will interview candidates and recommend a successor to Louis Cryer, who resigned last December after 10 years, to the full PCAA Council. The recommended candidate is virtually assured of being accepted.
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