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Jay

 (jā), John 1745-1829.
American diplomat and jurist who served in both Continental Congresses and helped negotiate peace with Great Britain (1782-1783). He was the first chief justice of the US Supreme Court (1789-1795) and negotiated a second agreement with Great Britain, Jay's Treaty (1794).
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Eddie Payne, Ritchie McKay, Jay John and Craig Robinson followed Anderson and were unable to lead the Beavers back to the NCAA Tournament before Tinkle did the job in his second season.
Keeping it in the family - (left to right) Brin, Jean, Kurtis Nelson, Jay John, Simone Marsh (Coventry foster carer) and Ian John Brin and Jean are joined by son Ian, grandson Jay and Kurtis who spent four years in foster care with the family
and Wetrock Entertainment, of a solo performance in one act conceived by Jay John son, Murphy Cross and Paul Kreppel, written and performed by Johnson.
He hasn't been back since he left town almost a year ago, but Jay John insists his return to Corvallis this weekend isn't any more difficult than any other road trip.
Mouton served as an assistant coach at Oregon State for five seasons under Jay John before taking over as interim head coach in January after John was fired.
Jay John didn't have to go far to find another Pac-10 Conference coaching job.
He was assistant AD to Mitch Barnhart, who hired Jay John, and undoubtedly had some influence on his hiring.
OSU officials have not commented on the school's coaching search, which started when Jay John was fired Jan.
Indeed, after weeks of speculation, it seems Oregon State's search to replace Jay John is nearing an end.
One day after head coach Jay John was fired, Mouton dismissed Giles on Jan.
20 following the dismissal of Jay John in the middle of his sixth season.