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October 7, 1987
Harry Usher, who was executive vice president of the Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee, and Harvey Schiller, commissioner of the Southeastern Conference, are among four finalists for the United States Olympic Committee's executive director position, a source close to the USOC said Tuesday. The source said one of the other candidates is Joe Bailey, an executive with the Dallas Cowboys. The name of the fourth finalist was unavailable.
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October 7, 1987
Harry Usher, who was executive vice president of the Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee, and Harvey Schiller, commissioner of the Southeastern Conference, are among four finalists for the United States Olympic Committee's executive director position, a source close to the USOC said Tuesday. The source said one of the other candidates is Joe Bailey, an executive with the Dallas Cowboys. The name of the fourth finalist was unavailable.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 8, 1995 | DAVID REYES
More than 20 stingray attacks have been reported in recent days at Huntington Beach, where calm surf and relatively warm water brought out the flat fish, lifeguards said Tuesday. "We've had a fair amount of stingray injuries," said Huntington Marine Safety Lt. Gregory Crow. "So we're trying to let everyone know they're out there." Usually, the small, undulating fish with the barbed whip-like tail are more plentiful during warm summer months when they plague highly populated beaches.
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May 21, 1994
UCLA placed four shotputters from the men's team in the top six and got a women's 3,000-meter victory from Karen Hecox on Friday to hold second place for men and women after the first day of the Pacific 10 Conference track and field championships at Pullman, Wash. Washington State led the men with 54 points, after Josephat Kapkory won the 3,000-meter steeplechase and 10,000-meter run.
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October 17, 1987 | RANDY HARVEY
Harry Usher, who was executive vice president of the Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee, has withdrawn his name from consideration as executive director of the United States Olympic Committee, a source said Friday. Usher, selected as one of four finalists by a USOC search committee, declined to be interviewed for the job, saying that he was not interested in leaving his current position as president of Weintraub International.
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August 8, 1986 | Associated Press
Mike Sherrard, the Dallas Cowboys' first-round draft choice, signed a contract Thursday. The contract, hammered out on Sherrard's 32nd day as a holdout, is worth about $1.4 million and covers three years with an option year. Leigh Steinberg, Sherrard's agent, said he, Sherrard and Cowboy Vice President Joe Bailey worked out the contract in a "caffeine-assisted negotiation that burned the midnight oil" late Wednesday night and early Thursday morning.
SPORTS
September 17, 1988
After getting a second chance, Cypress High School went on to defeat Irvine, 8-6, in overtime Friday in a nonleague water polo match at Cypress. In the fourth period, Irvine scored as time ran out and appeared to have won, 7-6. But officials ruled that time had expired, and the goal was not allowed. Cypress (3-2) got goals from Kevin Keough and Chris Desrochers in overtime for the victory. Keough led the Centurions with three goals.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 18, 2011 | By Sheri Linden
Twenty years after a house fire killed three little girls in Texas, and seven years after their father was executed by lethal injection for murder by arson, the case of Cameron Todd Willingham is still fiercely debated — by legal experts, politicians and, perhaps most crucially, scientists. It was the subject of a 2009 investigative report in the New Yorker that in turn sparked the new documentary "Incendiary," alarming viewing for anyone who cares about the American justice system. Filmmakers Steve Mims and Joe Bailey Jr. take an unusual slant, one that can be as unsatisfying as it is compelling.
SPORTS
April 30, 1994 | CHRIS BAKER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
UCLA discus thrower John Godina, USC hammer thrower Balazs Kiss and Fresno State javelin thrower Todd Reich are among the national collegiate leaders expected to compete in the first California-Nevada Collegiate track championship meet this weekend at UCLA. Godina, the defending Pacific 10 Conference champion in the shotput and discus, has the nation's second-best collegiate mark in the shot this season, 64 feet 5 3/4 inches, and is the national leader in the discus at 204-2.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 25, 2001 | PHILIP BRANDES
The secret identity--that enclave of privacy so carefully protected by comic-book superheroes--becomes a clever metaphor for alienation, betrayal and hidden agendas in "Poor Super Man," another installment in Canadian playwright Brad Fraser's exploration of '90s trendy aimlessness--or, if you prefer, dislocated hip.
BUSINESS
May 24, 1995 | EVELYN IRITANI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Takata Corp. parlayed its longtime connections with Japan's automotive giants to become the No. 3 player in the $1-billion North American seat belt market. But Tuesday, Japan's leading safety restraints manufacturer made the news not because of its dramatic U.S. expansion--40% growth in sales per year for the past three years--but as the target of one of the largest product recalls in automotive history. Joe Bailey, a spokesman for Takata Inc.
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