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August 22, 1997 | AARON DAVIS
Name: Jimmy Jackson Age: 78 Profession: Barber Alias: J.J. Who: Jimmy Jackson, celebrating his 60th year as a barber. On a recent day, he is clipping customer No. 8, who also happens to be his 123,090th head, he estimates. Jackson could very well be the only barber around with a master's degree in business education, but it's the "magic of shears" that does it for him. Where: Owl Barber Shop, 117 E. 6th St., downtown Los Angeles.
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August 22, 1997 | AARON DAVIS
Name: Jimmy Jackson Age: 78 Profession: Barber Alias: J.J. Who: Jimmy Jackson, celebrating his 60th year as a barber. On a recent day, he is clipping customer No. 8, who also happens to be his 123,090th head, he estimates. Jackson could very well be the only barber around with a master's degree in business education, but it's the "magic of shears" that does it for him. Where: Owl Barber Shop, 117 E. 6th St., downtown Los Angeles.
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SPORTS
May 7, 1992 | From Associated Press
Jim Jackson said Wednesday he will pass up his senior season at Ohio State and make himself available for next month's NBA draft. Jackson, the Big Ten player of the year the last two seasons, had said through most of last season that he intended to remain at Ohio State for his senior year. But late in the season, he said would meet with his parents and Coach Randy Ayers after the season to determine his future. Jackson said he reached a decision three weeks ago.
SPORTS
May 7, 1992 | From Associated Press
Jim Jackson said Wednesday he will pass up his senior season at Ohio State and make himself available for next month's NBA draft. Jackson, the Big Ten player of the year the last two seasons, had said through most of last season that he intended to remain at Ohio State for his senior year. But late in the season, he said would meet with his parents and Coach Randy Ayers after the season to determine his future. Jackson said he reached a decision three weeks ago.
SPORTS
July 27, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Tracy Murray of UCLA is among 12 players on the U.S. basketball team for the Pan American Games. Others are: Grant Hill, Thomas Hill and Christian Laettner of Duke, Anthony Bennett of Wisconsin Green Bay, Terry Dehere of Seton Hall, Jimmy Jackson of Ohio State, Adam Keefe of Stanford, Eric Montross of North Carolina, Mike Peplowski of Michigan State, Clarence Weatherspoon of Southern Mississippi and Walt Williams of Maryland.
SPORTS
December 9, 1994 | MIKE REILLEY
A group of Tampa fans behind the Buccaneers' bench, unhappy with the team's 4-9 record, has been tough on Coach Sam Wyche recently. "You remember your first beer, don't you?" Wyche said of the hecklers. "These guys are reliving their childhood. There are eight of them now (behind the bench). A guy who sits behind them called in on my weekly radio show and said: A. They're drunk. B. When you make a first down, they go berserk, just like they do when you have to punt.
SPORTS
April 2, 1992 | From Associated Press
Duke's Christian Laettner and Louisiana State's Shaquille O'Neal were among those selected to the 1992 John R. Wooden All-American team, it was announced Wednesday. Also selected to the Wooden All-American team were Harold Miner of USC, Don MacLean of UCLA, Jimmy Jackson of Ohio State, Alonzo Mourning of Georgetown, Calbert Cheaney of Indiana, Todd Day of Arkansas, Bobby Hurley of Duke, Anthony Peeler of Missouri and Walt Williams of Maryland.
SPORTS
March 9, 1999 | Associated Press
Orlando Coach Chuck Daly said his team forgot to do the "little things" Monday night, and it cost the Magic a big winning streak. The Atlanta Hawks had a 50-34 rebounding advantage, and the Magic had 17 turnovers and 21 fouls, giving the Hawks a 114-110 victory and ending the Magic's 10-game home winning streak. "When you wear the target on your back, you have to know this is what you're going to face on a given night," Daly said. "There are no nights off if we want to continue to win at home."
SPORTS
January 16, 1995 | From Associated Press
Dee Brown wasn't about to pass up a shot this time. "There was no doubt in my mind about passing the ball," Brown said after his driving layup beat the buzzer and the Sacramento Kings, 98-97, Sunday night. "This time I was going to take it straight to the hole myself." Friday night, the Celtics lost to Utah when, in the waning seconds of a two-point game, Brown passed to Dominique Wilkins. The ball was tipped away. With 6.
SPORTS
March 17, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
USC junior Harold Miner was named a first team All-American Monday by the Associated Press, and UCLA's Don MacLean was named to the second team. Miner, a guard who averaged 26.7 points, was selected on 52 first-team votes, and like Shaquille O'Neal of Louisiana State, was not voted below second team. "This honor is consistent with his performance all year," Trojan Coach George Raveling said. "He's done so much for this program."
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