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Pasadena Independent (Newspaper) - December 30, 1961, Pasadena, CaliforniaComments from Rose bowl luncheon to a r hint of ses Heady pair Rube Sor Huelsen sports editor of Independent Star news end tooth of Urcla crack a joke during yesterday s Rose bowl Kickoff luncheon. Bruins fit for gophers Liis just about winds in said Bill Banies after his Urcla team finished its prac Tice Ysl erday. Well have another hour to Morrow saturday and then 35 minutes on sunday hut they won t he much More than loosening1 up just exercise Al s in the hands of the boys he said. Barnes said lie fell the. Feam was in h grind style of jail nil for its monday meet lip with Ilni Iesta and ship him ready for n lop off Barnes said his team again spent Deal of time on defense yesterday and generally tried to pick up Loose ends in final hard workout. The Bruins will remain in Long Beach All weekend at their hotel head quarters and won for Pasadena until Lime to ready game. Barnes told n Kickoff mall Chi a. Yester Day that he probably would go with the same lineup As had faced so in lie in Hill that clinched lie bowl. Barnes had earlier named Bohly Smith As he starting tailback one of the few spots where a can lest existed. It also meant that Foster Anderson and Phil Oram would be tackles in the opening line up although some releases had placed Marshall shirk in a starting role. The Bruins Mel profit is the Only player with any lingering injuries and Barnes said i saw him dancing thursday so 1 figure he must be All by-rt.0yd Schneider Mann i hints of Rose bowl sur. Prises both coaches during yesterday 32n d annual Kickoff lunch Eon Given the single Wing some said Minnesota coach m u r a y Wai math during an inter View with writers president Jerry Liskin. Bill Barnes Urcla coach Ami i have similar Back grounds. We believe in the importance Olfield position and the kicking game and we Learned them from a single Wing coach who Felt that that formation was Best for playing that kind of said Warmath. So we have considered some Vise of the single said the Gopher coach with a smile i had heard that our coach eral Robert Neyland who coached both Warmath and Barnes at might be coming out Here for the game and i did to want him rooting Lor Are you planning some us r Prises Lor was asked by inter viewer Rube Samuelson in dependent Star news sports editor. We said the Bruin coach and stopped his state ment there. However Barnes did admit that Tho Bruins had been spending practice time on their passing game and indicated Urcla just might be taking to the air monday. The speeches highlighted the annual Pasadena kiwanis luncheon held Al the Pasa Dena civic auditorium before a crowd thai exceeded the two hour televised pro Gram saw a Host of celebrities introduced in eluding officials of both the big ten and the a Wuu City kiwanis. And tournament of roses officials. Among those who. Made appearances at the Micro phone under master of monies Mel Allen were Washington governor Al basketball results what the y landed at luncheon in annual shindig Al civic auditorium in As is evidenced by this photo. Sports celebrities galore Pasadena. As per All those on hand had a Ball. Purdue triumphs College classic huh 55. L Cla 79. coast so. Loyola w. Sanu Clara. 53, u. Of ban a Raric Rico " Calr poly 70, Chlon -65. Cham w. Wight Miori 67 sacramento11 slats Wuria Mel lev Ore Chin 17 a inv Freano As Champion . Harbor 77. San drop Foo 69 Consola. Fall 1vkst California 76, Mkhlian 67. A Yekikan is. 74 Portland 60. Oct Fin is 78. Washington 66 Holiday tour Xiv Hamilton is. St. Lawrence 75 Kenyon 77. Union Mixsel Tea classic Arkansas s2. Cleiman 60 Georgia tech. 72. Furman 65. . sri Lyle 75. Text Christian 62. Aam 71. Oklahoma City 69. Within so. Huh is. Bon Llor Grren 7. A. Oat Pii b01vi. Tour by a Annerbell i7, Navy 74, Vir Lnla. Tech 7s. Utaji rips Urcla for third place Utah s Billy Mccall Toul cd omit Midway through the second Hall after scoring 29 Points last night but the redskins got a line offensive performance by to coast to a 88-79 Triumph Over a Sloppy Urcla team for third place in the los Angeles basketball classic. Terr y Dischinger earlier scored on. A technical foul Irce throw to break a 69-b9 tin so Purdue could defeat washing ton 75-73, to hah fifth place in the opener before a sports Arena crowd of fans. Undefeated Ohio slate the nation s no. 1 team Battles Southern California in Man Exon 05. Jarai Temple Jet sol Fla Nichmonn Geortz town 7 7. I Rouhas toll nov Ohio Nyrl Horn 13. Texas tech Lwi Wippl 7n. Tax of Wimmiam a 71. He championship game. Alg ill score i 21 Points in he first half and did an out Landing Job of rebounding wiling in 16. Lie appeared to e on his Way to a new single ame tourney scoring Mark called for his fifth out with left to play. Gary Cunningham was the of Marksman for Urcla with 6 Points but he fouled out scoring Only four Points of his Otal in the second half. Urcla again As against Ohio state opened up with a hot Cooling percentage and took in Early Lead. But Utah moved head for Good with eight min ites to play when Mcgill hit a Short jump Shol. W.isiiixi1ton i. Invitation at. Valr Saljo .2. To 65 a Arvirda is. Iikf1 otiikf1 o .9, Ken Lurk f.9, Ken Lurk style is Puiri Fri Jie Thodis i. Sisi. Ariz ont 61. Yonne Audiona Sylle if. In. Dan err is. 8.v Konh so. Cre Lafiton 63. Princeton n. Portland 13. Kast Wilh Leflon it. Pc Lluc 50 Cwi 92. Of wifi Clark 7 Ohk Wulfran 69. Lit. Ilni ii to Kaniat 75. Coli do 69. Kalli Lati 61. Mls Yourl 27. Stale Xii Sklamm. Surf h. Aut night Ruth Raj m. Bonalon u motor pm Tot 87. Set cast pan m. Prep scores i. A Jota ii. torn Amend charter tax 61. M. Covina no. B Ash Polt 52. Tell Cariline 49. Ii. Sav Toi go bold bin Mir no h. . Hnie Nej l 71. Paia Linx 16. 67. Nama in w. Thixon Toi t oi.r.1 tempi Coly ii Hill top a 5. Hash. 731 .1 23 5 u 2. Laaken 102 Mcgintey 4 5 14 Kitten 419 girl in a 6 5 17 0 n a Hickman 03-3 Arity n 2 1 Troun 317 Ian f n o Jarp toll la 5 17 7j totals ii m 15 tial time Washington 30-2s. Utah m cure Nehra 7 Frackman 5 i Green for it Lizard 5 m Axman 5 1 Stewart i 1 Stoavall 3 Milhorn l 1 16 answer hot 2 2 3s a is is a bin i i 12 Cozer o 0 i 0 2 Heth Nln 000 Sam Baker traded by Cleveland Cleveland Paul Brown the Cleveland Browns announced last night the Trade of punter Sam Baker to the Dallas cowboys for defensive end Tom Franck Hauser. Baker does t fit into our plans for next brawn said. Baker was obtained by the Browns two years ago Washington. He handled both the punting and place kicking during the 1960 season Bui Lou Gruza took Over the place kicking when he came out of retirement this season. Raker finished Eil Rufh among National football league punters tills season with an average of -13.3. Gary Collins of Maryland the Browns no. 1 draft Choice was expected o do the punt ing next season. Collins has signed., Franckhauser who play High school football at Steu Bonville Central Cath Olic spent one season with los. Angeles before going to Dallas. Total 34 11 79 Small 12 of halftime score in. L Cla 43. Will pc captures tropical feature Coral Gables will be romped la a decisive four and brie half length vie Lory Over Weatherton yester Day in s2.700 Al Lowance test at tropical Park Barber Wauls smaller Ball pea Cham Jerry cants american golfers d adopt the smaller British bal i think the american bal the e Small but. Mighty pro declared thursday nigh it s too big and too Barber pro. At wll Shir Coli try club made his re Marks after a preview of new to Golf series. The English Ball has a cd la j.62 inches compare with same ounces a Coloa by Ben Sewell. Sly interview coach Murray Warmoth of Minnesota seems to be thinking in Over As Chicago associated press writer. Jerry. Liska right oils a Rose bowl question. Million Backfield East eleven seen As favorite today san be any one of the Berl Rosella no t of a grand we really hit it necessary lot the University of Washington to make a third straight appearance in the Rose bowl. After All we have Defeated both of the Urcla Captain Ron Hull we feel that there will be Only one decisive Factor in the game whoever does the Best blocking and tackling will last a million Dollar Back Riding High behind a powerful line was installed As 7fi-Point favorite today to whip the West in the 37th an Nual shrine Grid classic. At Kezar stadium. With All americans Ernie Davis of Syracuse Bob Ferguson of Ohio state and roman Labril of n o r h Carolina stale pushing the attack the gamblers believe the West won t have a crowd of about is expected to Jam the stadium to watch the Battle however kick off time is . And the game will be televised nationally. While Davis he Vleisman trophy Winner is the Center of speculation coach Joe Kuha Rich of the East refuses to predict that the Man from Elmira. N.y., will he the Star. It s hard to Tell in a game like says Kuharich ii Gopher Captain John mul Vena our preparations for this year s game have include. De More Contact than last year. Otherwise they Are about the m i n n e s o t a quarterback Sandy Stephens think the toughest Ball game we had this year was against Pur due. We have seen Only one single Wing team that i re member in Indiana but i understand that Urcla exe cutes it quite also introduced weirs player of with the biggest applause coming for Doyle nav4 and Al Kreuger a those pass eve Defeated Duke in 1939. and Jefferson an d California play cars from Itie 1922 game were also introduced with players in attend Ance including Brick Mulier. Players on either Side. That Low Good the Nieri Ibers of the West earn Are somewhat in gazed inf they should he such Linden logs. Josl of the play ers on this squad Are. Lime performers hey Are not used of being put in he no Chance role while pro scouts have Bee thick at both Camps one the Fop men in pro ranks o feed this opinion Davis has been getting a the i can to you this Curt Mcclendon Kansas can do everything in Davis can do. And he s Al bigger and faster. If kans had been playing in the was my Ceridon certainly w o u have been the helsman troll gophers in top shape Minnesota s gophers today St in preparing for onday s Rose bowl game Arnst Urcla s Bruins with Oach Murray Warmath main Inlang a Tongue in Cheek at Ude. Memories of his Loam s 17 loss to Washington last an. 1 still haunt the coach. We be worked real hard to Ake sure we re ready Lor this Warmath said yester in but you never know out a game Jike this. Our Eblem now is to keep our ame momentum going. And i Ink we can do it if we candid the pre game distr a on. But it s harder to do in it Here than if we were Al Warmath Hopes to lick his. A mediate problem by taking s team to the Passi Onist a hers Retreat in Sierra Madre might until game time. Ife let his gophers taper of esterday with a. Single work it that lasted 80 minutes a ast los Angeles stadium. A Lalk talk rounded out the today s Drill called for e same routine. There Wil e no workout sunday War path said. The gophers Are All in shape the coach reported including Bobby Bell the All America tackle who will be ready to go monday after a i cracked ribs injury that put mini on the shelf o weeks ago. Pijie Las gophers the to take in the Dinah Shore to retreating Sierra Madre. Lavorante to s Clay in second Alejandro Lavorante Argen Ina s heavyweight Challenge Cpl Odd for a second Vrouir knockout last night when h connected with a devastating combination to Stop von clan in their schedule 0-round bout at olympic and orium. Lavorante weighed 20 Lounds and Clay 181. A crowd of watched the Ion televised bout. 1 Lavorante ranked third among world by the National boxing Asso Cimadon dominated the first round with it constant an Thori Safive left Jab Haf kept Clay on lie defense. Moments before the be sounded to end the opening the 6-foot-4 South ame can jarred his opponent wit to solid left Hooks that a Clay in momentary trouble. Lavorante a favorit in a rescheduled bout with h fighter rival started fast As the second round opened. He cot Neche d with More lefts that Seip the finale. The argentin Boxer opened with a vicious that sent Clay to the floor Fla on his face. Referee Charlie Randolp counted 10 As Clay scarce moved. The time was 1 minut 10 seconds of the round. The 22-year-Olti Clay ranked fourth among world Olgh heavyweights was helped f his feet by ring physician or Robert Brock. Lavorante has now won professional lights against to defeats. The last of which a a surprising upset Deo. 6 Boise Idaho where he was to Visioned by George Loga Clay s record is now 16-6-2. I earned the bout last night substituting i o r Favoran against Billy Hunter an knocking out his Man he nov. 4. Bench shoe Malibu lures Fleet Rube Samuelsen editor age 11 Jim exec. Editor saturday dec. 30, 196t two loops to discuss bowl by War run Kves the tickle Finger of Fate finally hit Bill Shoemaker yes erday at Santa Anita Park As he was set Down for five Days arting new year s Day for a foul which caused his mount it Market to be disqualified in thursday s seventh race. Because of the ruling shoe maker lost the mount on oink monday s san Gabriel a Lull Nap and on new policy next saturday s san Carlos Handicap oddly enough Manuel Ycaza who was up on Dicarlo in shoe s. Fateful race and who r. I was awarded first place a i a Cuil quire the mount on oink. It was Shoemakers first suspension at in Hon Anita since j058, when he was set Down for five Days and lost the mount on round table in the Santa Anita maturity. Jockey Bill har Nintz acquired the mount on the Kerr Star and went on to win tile Rich event. Shoemaker was suspended by the stewards for not Mak no proper Effort to maintain i straight course in the Market. Riou bleh eader pro ram the of featured added Malibu stakes lir Longs and the California breeders on tap at Santa Anita this afternoon. Alberta ranches Brilliant Spee Risten four and Twenty makes his debut in the Malibu Vith Lori Den the athletic association of Estern universities Host con Terence for the Rose bowl ame and the big ten will old a meeting tuesday to discuss a new pact Between lie two conferences. The meeting of negotiating commit Lees of the two Conter aces was announced by Tom la Milton executive director of he Aasu in Pasadena. The group will Noirl n preliminary meeting in order for the Aasu to receive the big ten s proposals relative to the possibility of the establishment of a Rose bowl Hamilton said. The groups will have to re sort the results of the meeting o their respective Confer he added so no forma Clion is expected at the tues a the Rose bowl game functioned under a closed agree ment Between the old Pacific coast conference and the big i in from 1947 through 1960 or the next two years the successor Aasu Lias selectee he Eastern representative rom n list of eligible teams hut picked Minnesota of the big ten. The Aasu will be represented Al the meeting by a seven Man committee him Sci by conference president or Arthur r. Hooker of us. Oiler members Are Hamil on prof. J. Gordon Gose of Washington prof. Robley c Williams by California and ath ethics directors Alfred masters of Stanford Jess Hill of us and Wilbur Johns of Urcla. Representing the big ten vill be commissioner Bill Reed r. Robert Ray of Iowa and athletic directors Fritz Crisler of Michigan and Ike Arm Strong of Minnesota. Chamberlain torrid As lakers Bow her Siiney led by but Chamberlain who turned in a 60-Point perform Ance the Philadelphia warriors rallied in the t h i r t Quarter and edged the to Angeles lakers 123-118, in a National basketball Assoc a Ion contest last night. Trailing by As much As 1 Points in the second Quarter the warriors struck Back u Cut the deficit in half by inter Mission. Then Early in h third period Philadelphia Wen ahead on three Point plays b Paul Arizin and Tom Mes Chery. liar a f t 237 edvy Atlin 4 2 10 Clia Myrln 24 j3 60 m Schery 4 5 j3 Paylor 5 3 Man poll aultes 5 1 11 Krebl 419 Hurdley Carlo Vacti 0 8 0 Larsuno Wen to intr Tourn 42 31 Llull 35 311 Lluu 21 25 up. The Winner of both the Santa Anita Derby and the Hollywood Derby this year must carry the High weight of 128 pounds. Four and Twenty blew out for today s debut in a rapid 33 for free eighths with up am is expected to be a solid favorite the breeders test which is at 1 Miles will be highlighted by the rematch of naive diver and Indian blood who met recently in the san Bruno Handicap. Native diver Vas Defeated for the first time n his life around two turns y the latter failing to Nego Date two turns with Success. If All six go the breeders Hampton will Gross Vith the Winner taking o the barn. Yesterday Fred w. Hooper s Kentucky bred filly who six furlongs in a blazing at Atlantic City recently took the Lead at the head of the stretch and held off Linita to win the Las Flores Handicap for fillies and mares. By Nuzio Seza the Pana Manian rider who is rid Lnor Here until the Hialeah meet ing opens in rigid january was aboard the Winner timed in for the three quarters of a mile. Lin Ila finished three quarters of a length behind. Lin Ita won this event last year. Oil Royalty finished closing third. Bright Holly returned her faithful followers and across the Board. The entry of ten Scrino and Bride of Egypt was installed As the 5 to 2 Choice but finished put of the Money. The longest Price of he meeting was racked up. In the fourth race yesterday Prentice Dan Castle hustled the two year old filly Cheneta to a narrow Victory for Mutual. H. Was Castle s first win of the Young meeting. Of it bist Ernie Porter

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