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November 20, 1991
Tustin High School guard Gentry Moore has signed a letter of intent to play basketball at Texas Christian, Tustin Coach Tom McCluskey said Tuesday. Moore averaged 9.8 points as a junior, helping the Tillers win the Division II State championship. Moore had recruiting trips planned to the University of San Francisco and Cal State Long Beach before he choose TCU.
January 14, 1989 | JERRY CROWE, Times Staff Writer
At a press conference to announce his choice of college, LaPhonso Ellis of Lincoln High in East St. Louis, Ill., placed on a table in front of him, for dramatic effect, letters of intent from Illinois, UCLA and Notre Dame. Illinois had recruited him since he was in the eighth grade. UCLA was the alma mater of a close friend, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, who also is from East St. Louis. Ellis, though, picked up the letter from Notre Dame.
February 9, 1989 | JERRY CROWE, Times Staff Writer
The resurgence of the Notre Dame football program, which last month claimed its first national championship in 11 years, continued apace Wednesday on the first day high school seniors could sign letters of intent. "Notre Dame right now is probably the most feared school in college football," said talent scout Tom Lemming of Chicago, who described the Irish recruiting class as the nation's best.
March 13, 1988 | Bernard Williams, Williams, whose most recent book is "Ethics and the Limits of Philosophy" (Harvard), is a professor of philosophy at UC Berkeley. and
In a previous book, "After Justice," which came out in 1981, Alasdair MacIntyre claimed that the ideas of justice available to us in the modern world were like a pile of ruins, making no coherent sense. They were not the ruins of one building, but the disordered remains of various ethical conceptions that had existed in the past.
March 3, 1988 | Associated Press
Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young will deliver the commencement address May 15 at the University of Notre Dame, the university announced Wednesday. Young also will receive an honorary doctor of law degree.
September 26, 1996
The Rev. Henri J.M. Nouwen, 64, Dutch theologian and author of about 30 books on spirituality. In addition to his writing, Nouwen taught at Notre Dame University, Yale Divinity School and Harvard Divinity School. He also served as pastor of L'Arche Daybreak Community in Toronto, a nondenominational organization that operates residences for people with mental disabilities. On Saturday in the Netherlands of a heart attack.
May 6, 1986
The CalArts Jazz Ensemble received the highest honors in the small ensemble category at the 28th Annual Collegiate Jazz Festival held recently at Notre Dame University. The ensemble received the outstanding performance award, playing works by Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus and Ornette Coleman. CalArts student musicians garnered six of the eight outstanding individual instrumentalists awards.
January 10, 1989 | From Times staff and wire service reports
President Reagan has invited the Notre Dame University football team to visit the White House on Jan. 18, presidential spokesman Marlin Fitzwater announced today. The Fighting Irish won the national championship Jan.2 by defeating West Virginia in the Fiesta Bowl. In one of Reagan's notable movie roles, he played George Gipp, legendary Norte Dame football player, in "Knute Rockne--All American."
March 5, 1997
David Gallo, 57, one of four co-presidents of the E&J Gallo Winery. As elder son of the prominent vintner Ernest Gallo, he was the heir apparent to the family business. David Gallo had been in charge of the marketing department and shared the co-president title with brother Joseph Gallo, brother-in-law Jim Coleman and cousin Bob Gallo. Co-founder Ernest Gallo said that his son had "contributed enormously" to the winery's success as a Fortune 500 company.
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