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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - January 21, 1960, Oakland, California J Andros sex aide will get continued from Page i ated he was picked by okla homa coach Bud Wilkinson to be the sooner freshman coach in 1950. He was elevated to the varsity staff the next year and served As okla homa s assistant line coach in 1951 and 1952. In 1953 he joined j. D. Sikes As line coach at Kansas University. He moved to Texas tech the following year and was line coach under Dewitt Weaver in 1954 and 1955. Elliott brought Andros to Nebraska As his chief aide in 1956 and a year later the pair came to Berkeley when Elliott was appointed the bears Mentor. V Andros older brother Plato was an ail american guard at Oklahoma in 1946 and All pro with the Chicago Cardi nals in 1947 and 1948. Plato is now sales Engineer for an Oil Well testing company in nor Man okla. Dee has a younger brother Dick who operates his own school of Ballet in new York City. He had been an out standing Ballet dancer until he broke his foot while per forming on the stage and had to retire. Andros has made it Plain he will install wide open football at he lands the Job. The Tribune asked Elliott s aide his views on a number of questions the coach accepted the inquiries As being purely academic-7-not imply ing that he had any Edge on the Iob. Asked if he would use the split to formation installed at . By Elliott Andros said no Dee stated that his Basic at tack would be a Slot t and Many variations on it. He de scribed the Slot t As being a great Deal like the offence used by the pro 49ers. Wide open football he feels this formation would open things up for bet Ter passing and spread the defense so running can be More effective. At the same time Andros said he is a Strong believer in the Surprise element in foot Ball. It has been reported that one of the key reasons Elliott decided to leave California for the Illinois Post was be cause of the High Entrance requirements at Berkeley and the possibility of More Strin gent standards. Andros asked about the High requirements said he feels the bears can continue to play big time football under the circumstances. Many Fine athletes there Are More Fine ath letes who can qualify today for admission to the University vol a xxii Oakland California thursday january 45 no. 21 of California than there were practice Randolph Scott drives off the 18th Iee at the Pebble Beach Golf course during a practice round yesterday for the 19th annual Crosby invitational Tribune photo by Jim eur Len which opens today. Watching him in the background on the picturesque Oceanside course Are left to right Aubrey Duffy Stan Leonard and Bill Ransom. Forma sports stadium Bond Issue urged Mycity councilman councilman Frank j. Youell Oday urged the City Council to Speed action in having a sports stadium Bond Issue placed on the june 7 presidential primary election bal of. Youels proposal followed when i first came Here Dee pointed out. In 1 Felt our freshman football team last season was the Best freshman team we have had. In understanding the univer sity s new master plan of Edu cation i Don t believe it is in tended to raise the Entrance requirements. In knowing that you could continue to get Fine athletes i feel you can certainly play a big time sched on the heels of a Council Reso Lution reaffirming its support of efforts to bring an Ameri can football league franchise to Oakland and pledging sup port for the future Success of the franchise. Youell asked that the per Alta plan for a stadium be reviewed. City planning Engineer Cor win r. Mocine presented a detailed explanation of. The Peralta plan and presented a sketch of the proposed Multi purpose stadium. The proposed site of such a stadium is on 40 acres of land bounded by fifth and eighth streets Fallon Street and the Nimitz freeway. The Peralta plan was developed several years ago and Calls for a seat stadium with parking facilities for cars. City manager Wayne e. Thompson endorsed the plan. In citing the advantages of the proposed plan Youell pointed to the stadium Loca Tion in an area which May someday boast a rapid Tran sit terminal its proximity to Jack London Square and the fact much of the property involved is All ready publicly owned. Mickey unhappy Mantle rejects salary Cut of asked by yanks Dallas Jan. 21 " they Cut me More than i thought they ought Mickey Mantle said yesterday after contract to the new York Yankees without his signature. The baseball Star had Sim Ilar contract problems with the Ball club last year. Mantle who spends much of his time Here at his bowl ing Alley agreed his perform Ance on the Field last year was t so Mantle would not say what the exact figures on the con tract were. You ask the Yankees about he said. Reports in new York Al that Mantle was Cut from 000 to Mantle agreed that he served a Cut but not that he said he told the Yankee management what i thought in a letter accompanying the returned contract. "1 feel real Good i nope i have a better Mantle said. One of Mantle s teammates Pitcher Whitey Ford announced in new York tuesday he had signed his 1960 con tract. Ford said it called for the same salary As last sea son a reported to Happy Whitey got along so Well with and i a glad he is signing. I wish they would show me a Little bit of their generosity Mantle said. Last year although he had his poorest season in nine years with the Yankees Man the claims several arguing Points Many major league players would like to have when contract Trou oies arise. They Are 31 Home runs four triples 23 doubles 21 stolen bases and the highest Field ing percentage by any out fielder in the american league .995. T Mantle has won every major baseball award including two most valuable player trophies three Home run crowns and the league batting Champion ship. By Scotty Stirling major professional football in Oakland neared reality to Day with the announcement that a Check for and a formal application for a fran Chise have been posted with the american football league. East Oakland automobile dealer Bill Jackson confirmed that his financial Syndicate which includes former Grid great Ernie Nevers. Had mailed the Faith Money to the league. This put us very close to the Jackson said. Jackson and his major part Ner de Goldie indicated they Are seeking More investors and the possibility is Strong that another financial group headed by Emeryville industrialist Ted Harrer will continued Page 47, col. 7 it s official Elliott gets Illinois of Chicago Jan. University of Illinois Board of trustees yesterday formally approved the appointment of Pete Elliott As Ziluni head foot Ball coach. Elliott head coach at Cali fornia in Berkeley since 1957, was named to the Illinois Post dec. 22 by the athletic Board. He succeeds Ray hot who retired after the 1959 season to become assistant athletic director at Illinois. Becerra takes rest from boxing grind los Angeles Jan. 21 up world bantamweight Champion Jose Becerra took today off but challenger Al Phonse Halimi of France held sparring drills in preparation for their feb. 4 title bout. Becerra of Mexico boxed five rounds for the first time yesterday in drills three rounds with Edmund Edwards and two with Pepino Morales. He previously had sparred a High of four rounds Here. Manager Pancho resales said he Vas very satisfied with Becerra s condition. For Cal Crosby links tourney on pot at stake for pro golfers by Ray Haywood Pebble Beach Jan. 21 three ring circus using three of the game s most famed links As rings opened Here today As a Field of 300 began 72 holes of play in the 19th annual Bing Cros by tournament. The most of the great names Are among the 150 be shoot ing for shares of in prize Money Over the Pebble Beach Cypress Point and Monterey Peninsula country club courses. They will have a double Chance of cashing a Check. Money will be awarded both on an individual basis and for Low Pru Ama cur team scores in fact a Man can win two checks. Amateurs will compete for fun and the Pride of bringing Home assorted Bric a Brac for their wives to polish. Although the setting was Scenic and the cast superlative there appeared to be a flaw in the weather professionals who attempted practice rounds yesterday reported conditions were so rugged lightweight players needed rocks in their pocket or they risked being blown of to sea. Despite Crosby s reputation for stalling the inevitable the immediate forecast did t of Fer much encouragement. I was rain intermittent winds up to 50 Miles per hour. There were Many favourites for individual honors with Arl Wall the slender but wealthy from Pocono Manor a leading the list As befits he defending Champion. Wall also was favored to in the pro Amateur division where once again he is aired with the Man who must e ranked As one of the a Ion s Best Amateur partner be is Charles Coe. Former National Amateur Champion. Coe plays Here with a two stroke Handicap which would indicate this is a very Tough eague. The highest Handicap others believed certain to lace in the Money include such As Jerry Barber another Small Man who will need Lead n hrs foot if the Weatherman s Correct. Barber proved he Vas in playing form by win continued Page 47, col. 1 heavy play turned Golfen and competing Crosby invitational on the Monterey Peninsula include left to Riant of crag fourth tee Bob Union yen Jewr m4dt, practice leg i 4 it says Here but everyone at Crosby Clambake by Ray Haywood Pebble Beach Jan. Who counts in a few of us who on hand Here today to help the Crosby known As Der Bingle bake his famous clams. Because of the infinite come in All sizes Ages shapes backgrounds and seemed to be something for All at this 19th Crosby everything except an unoccupied hotel room. The serious student who likes to drink at the Fountain head of ability is in a dream world peopled by the world s leading professionals who offer their styles for inspection. Consider these redoubtable competitors for portions of the prize Money which totals Billy Casper . Open Art Wall master s Champion and defending his title in the Cary Middlecoff Dow Finsterwald Arnold Palmer Mike Sou Chak Chick Harbert Julius Boros Jackie Burke Jimmy Demaret Tommy Bolt Lloyd Mangrum dutch Harrison Gene Littler Jerry Barber. Bvron Nelson. Paul Artinyan. Walter Burkemo and de Furgol to name a few. It is a pleasure just to say such names in addition to the older campaigners the Young Mas ters also Are on hand hoping to hasten the Day when the golfing world will be theirs. They include Ken Venturi Bob Rosburg Paul Harney Tom nieporte Don Whitt John Mcmullin Dick Strana Han local boys All. The last Ernie Vossler Don january Tommy Jacobs and Jim Ferree to name a few. They too will provide something for the men to study. Something for the girls the Young girls Guy Madison James Garner better known As Bret Lindsay and Phil Crosby and Jackie Jensen Don Cherry and John Raitt to name a few. Something for the older girls a veritable Bonanza. Dennis o Keefe Gordon Macrae Bob Crosby ten Nessee Ernie Ford Phil Harris Bob Hope Desi Arnaz Johnny Weiss Nuller Ray Milland Dennis Morgan Randy continued Page 49, col. 3 w a r d s Montgomery Ward Oakland e. 14th and 29th ave. An 1-9300 Richmond Macdonald ave at freeway be 3-9220 . Mon., thurt., Fri. Till 9 . Berkeley 2145 University ave. The 3-7590 9 . To thursday night till 9 pay in May Lay away Sale Down holds your Purchase till May 15 6 new motors for 1960 3 . 128 5 , s 15 . 25 . So 337 430 470 to free merchandise with Purchiss of w60 sea King motor Check these features slip clutches Auto Type fuel systems new silencing Fea Tures in these Fine 1960 sea Kings key starting available on 60 . Models. Buy now no payments till May fiberglas 14-Fu runabouts double Bottom construction f of safety Whitehall it i l or a v v -4 r 1 a v f v i in c v v

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