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October 21, 1999 | From a Times Staff Writer
Vincent H. Hall, one of two chief assistants to Gov. Gray Davis, will resign in the next few days to head a start-up high-tech firm that will offer online products to government agencies, sources said Wednesday. As staff director for Davis for the past 10 months, Hall shared chief of staff responsibilities with Lynn Schenk, whose title is chief aide and senior counselor to the governor. It is uncertain whether the governor will continue with two equal top assistants, a source said.
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October 21, 1999 | From a Times Staff Writer
Vincent H. Hall, one of two chief assistants to Gov. Gray Davis, will resign in the next few days to head a start-up high-tech firm that will offer online products to government agencies, sources said Wednesday. As staff director for Davis for the past 10 months, Hall shared chief of staff responsibilities with Lynn Schenk, whose title is chief aide and senior counselor to the governor. It is uncertain whether the governor will continue with two equal top assistants, a source said.
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December 4, 1998 | AMY PYLE and DAN MORAIN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Gov.-elect Gray Davis appointed his two top staff members Thursday, splitting the traditional chief of staff's job between former U.S. Rep. Lynn Schenk of San Diego and Davis' communications director, Vincent Hall. The announcement, expected to kick off a series of key gubernatorial appointments in the coming days, described Schenk, 53, as the governor's chief advisor and Hall, 34, as director of the governor's office staff.
NEWS
December 4, 1998 | AMY PYLE and DAN MORAIN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Gov.-elect Gray Davis appointed his two top staff members Thursday, splitting the traditional chief of staff's job between former U.S. Rep. Lynn Schenk of San Diego and Davis' communications director, Vincent Hall. The announcement, expected to kick off a series of key gubernatorial appointments in the coming days, described Schenk, 53, as the governor's chief advisor and Hall, 34, as director of the governor's office staff.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 16, 2002 | From a Times Staff Writer
Republican Tom McClintock and Democrat Steve Westly remained locked in a too-close-to-call race Friday as ballots continued to be counted from their Nov. 5 election for state controller. With an estimated 243,000 votes still to be tallied, Westly held a 21,309-vote lead over McClintock -- 3,211,783 to 3,190,474, a margin of only 0.3%. Westly said his calculations indicated that when the count is finished, probably next week, he will win narrowly.
SPORTS
October 28, 1989 | DAVID WHARTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At Taft High, the words "offense" and "futile" are becoming synonymous. Meanwhile, San Fernando's only problem on offense is finding enough footballs to go around. A host of Tiger running backs took turns pacing San Fernando to 402 yards in total offense and a 27-7 win over Taft Friday night in a Northwest Valley Conference game at Taft. LaKarlos Townsend stood out from the Tiger crowd, running five times for 167 yards and two touchdowns.
SPORTS
November 23, 1989 | STEVE ELLING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Maybe 75 years of football teaches a school a few tricks. San Fernando High, celebrating its 75th season, once was accused of using a wider-than-regulation field in the days when future Heisman Trophy candidates roamed its offensive backfield. So when the San Fernando field appeared to be a little waterlogged before Wednesday night's City Section 4-A Division playoff game against Dorsey, more than a few people wondered aloud what was up.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 25, 1997 | Steve Harvey
For his new book, "A Geography of Time," Robert Levine put his stopwatch on individuals in various pursuits to gauge the pace of life. Levine, a psychology professor at Cal State Fresno, determined that the city with the slowest-moving postal workers was . . . Los Angeles. Personal note to postal workers: Hey, no need to get angry over this . . . WAIT A MINUTE, MR. POSTMAN: Atty. Gen. Dan Lungren has received the endorsement of Gov. Pete Wilson for Lungren's expected bid for governor in 1998.
SPORTS
September 10, 1988 | TIM DERMODY
The ghosts of San Fernando High's football past resurfaced Friday night at Harbor College where the Tigers fell to rival Banning, 25-10, in the City Section opener for both teams. The Tigers had not beaten Banning since the City Championship year of 1975 when Charles White was part of the backfield. But San Fernando looked like it was on its way to halting the losing streak when it took command early in the second quarter.
SPORTS
October 18, 1989
In a game in which he seemingly did everything right, Brad Hanson's punting might have been what saved Newbury Park High from its first Marmonte League loss of the season. Against Westlake, Hanson the senior linebacker and kicker was forced to become Hanson the punter as well when regular punter Brandt Pile injured his hamstring during the week. In seven attempts, Hanson (5-foot-11, 175 pounds) punted for a 32.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 7, 2002
GOVERNOR How California Voted 100% Precincts Reporting: votes (%) Democrat Gray Davis (1): 1,589,113 (81%) Anselmo A. Chavez: 164,177 (8%) Charles Pineda Jr.: 127,085 (6%) Mosemarie Boyd: 87,237 (4%) Republican Bill Simon: 1,012,428 (49%) Richard J.
SPORTS
August 11, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
Washington's Joe Theismann and backup quarterback Jay Schroeder each tossed a touchdown pass Saturday night, and Mark Moseley kicked a 35-yard field goal to give the Washington Redskins a 17-14 victory over the Atlanta Falcons in an NFL exhibition opener. Schroeder, a former UCLA quarterback, teamed with rookie Vincent Hall on an eight-yard pass play five seconds into the final quarter before the Falcons rallied behind quarterback Bob Holly to make it close.
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