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i 'k a- V T if A IT'S A ROLL . . . La Quinta halfback Pat Shanahan is flipped into the air by Saddleback defender while returning punt early in the non- stwnr m Pgt 4 'W' A- . v .... AND ROCK SHOW -Tom Marina defense after picking up story mi Pigt 4. r ' ' ' Mando Floors Rival 4 Times but Loses Title Bout on Foul MADRID (UPI) Pedro Carrasco of Spain won the vacant World Boxing Council lightweight title Friday when referee Samuel Odubote of Nigeria disqualified . Mando Ramos of Los Angeles at the end of the 11th round of their scheduled 15-round bout for hitting below the belt, Carrasco had suffered four knockdowns and taken two counts of eight when the referee stopped the bout to ; declare him the winner. It was a sensational end to a fight which saw. Ramos clearly gain the ; edge over, the European super lightweight champion and had him groggy by the end of the 11th round, following, two counts of eight in the 10th; But as the fighters prepared to come out for the 12th round, Adu-, bote, a 42-year-old electrical, engineer refereeing his first world championship fight, sent them back to their corners and lifted Carrasco's arm. ; . . '. ' Ramos-and his helpers protested MAXWELL SHOOTS Trevino's Title Hopes Hurt ; MEXICO CITY UP) Billy Maxwell, taking advantage of shortened tees, fired a 7-under-par 65 and moved three strokes in front of Lee Trevino Friday in the second round of the; Mexican Open golf tournament. The 41-year-old Maxwell, one -of the shortest hitters on the American tour, posted a 36-hole total of 133, 11 under par on the Club Golf; course that was playing much shorter than its listed 7,174 yards. Trevino, the heavy favorite to add this national title to his collection of American, British and Canadian 3 t. , n Bjarnason of Loara is piled up by 4 yards in Sunset League game, ' Times iThoto by Steve Rice loudly. Carrasco. ;simply stood in his corner, looking dazed at the referee lifting his arm. Carrasco's victory meant that there are two -world lightweight champions he and Ken Buchanan of Scotland. Please Turn to Page 3, Col. 5 'SAD' SAM JONES DIES OF CANCER MORGANTOWN, W.Va. UPi "Sad" Sam Jones, major league baseball pitcher who won 100 games in the 1950s and '60s, died in West Virginia .University Hospital Friday of cancer. He was 45. ; He had been a patient at the hospital for various periods since June Jones won 21 games for the San Francisco Giants in 1959 and in 1955 pitched a, no-hitter for the Chicago Cubs against the Pittsburgh Pirates. 65, LEADS BY 3 crowns, slipped from a leading 65 in the first round to 71 and was alone in second at 136., ;; ' "I couldn't -buy : a putt," Trevino -said: "And when you don't make the , p.utt, you don't make the money. "I only missed one green, but I ! putted 'just horribly. "We've got two days to go. Lots of , things can a happen yet. There's a lot of birdies out there, and a lot of bogeys a lot of trouble-Trevino, who set a single season ' money winning record of $227,243. last week, hit a fairway trap on his first hole, was short of the green v:A j? league encounter Friday night at Santa Ana Stadium. La Quinta rallied to score an 18-14 victory over the Roadrunners and remain unbeaten. Times photo by Larry Anderson WEISS SPECIAL FAN Famed Philosopher Looks at Sportsand Likes It BY SHELBY COFFEY 111 ' - Excluiiv to Th Tlmti (rm tht Washinsltn Post j WASHINGTON Paul Weiss, philosopher sports fan, is gamboling down Rhode Island ' Ave. Shrewd and merry, bouncy in the. pale autumn sunlight, he -.is- mulling a clutch of topics: The Sonny Jur-gensen dilemma, the philosophy of history,, the lost Washington Sena- Here's a Switch: USC (the Challenges VSU : . BY DVIGIIT CHAPIN 'Tim' Stiff Wrltr ' ,' ' , ' USC was the pre-season choice to win the Pacific 8 championship and return to the Rose Bowl. ' Washington. State, as usual, , was ! picked to finish-In the cellar. Both teams now have 4-4 records . but when they meet this afternoon ' at 1:30 at the Coliseum, it will be the Cougars- who still have a shot at the , Rose Bowl, not the Trojans. Howev- . er, USC is favored by 13 points. Washington State has beaten Stanford, so if it can sweep its last' three conference games-(all on the . road) against USC, Oregon State and . Washington, it will play at Pasadena on New Year's Pay for, the first time ; since 1931. USC coach John McKay realizes that the norma! roles for the Trojans and Cougars have been reversed this season, one of the wildest ever in the Pacific 8. Great Incentive "They're a much, much better team than they were last year," McKay says, "and they have tremem-dous incentive now because they can see that if they don't lose they'll go to the bowl." USC will be facing the conference's most productive total and rushing offenses today and its No. 1 runner. The Cougars' Veer T, triple-option attack has gained 388.4 yards per game in total offense (seven more than USC, which is third in the, league), 274.5 in rushing offense (65 more than USC, which is second) and tailback Bernard Jackson has . rushed for 1,046 yards (130.8 per game). The WSU fullback, sophomore Ken Grandberry, is the fifth-ranked rusher in the league with 68.9 yards a game, and quarterback Ty Paine, is fourth in total offense, with 151.6 yards a game, 47.1 of that on the ground. .. Paine ha3 been only a 40.5 pas-Please Turn to Page 8, CqL 1 by Balky Putter the only one he missed and bogey ed the hole. He made birdie putts of 18 and 8 feet, but missed five times inside 12 feet. Maxwell, a 5-foot-7 Texan who has been on the American tour for 18 years. He scored his last victory in 1962 and won his championship in 1956. "I just kind of got it going and got awful lucfcy, Maxweii said. "But you've got to be lucky to shoot this kind of a round." , . Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 6 Spoilers) 1 i 4: ) I tors, the intellectual in sports,-the' speech he is scheduled to give, at the .Olympic (James m Munich. Ahead is a car full of California filmmakers doing a documentary brt Weiss, readying their camera to , shoot footage of America's most fa-! mous logician on his daily four-mile .hike to his Catholic University offices. ' ' : The film people have come, for a milestone , this weekend, a symposium at Catholic to honor "Weiss's work and his 70th birthday. But that does not distract him from pondering, .like many other Washington fans. Sonny and Bill. , 1 . "Kilmer should stay in," Weiss de- clares and Jurgensen roust- remain "a victim of the misfortunes of war." It is an ordinary fan's comment, but Weiss' also is a spectator of a" special sort. ' '. In 19G9 he published,' to enthusiastic reviews.'his 23rd book, "Sport: A. .Philosophic , Inquiry." The former Yale professor and founder of the . Review of Metaphysics has , been skittering in and out of the world of -sweat' and- grace ever since. Not long after publication,- the ' management of the Cincinnati Reds, bedeviled by a huge rookie dropout rate, came humbly to Weiss for his advice on how to tell budding players from budding duds. ' .' , ' . . Weiss, who taught Bill Buckley logic, told them to watch what .a player did off the field, to watch for the, man who, like young Ted Williams, had a controlled obsession, that extended to leisure, hours. : . Recently, Weiss has been invited to academic seminars on sports and been called by the media for opinions. He has inspired other; philosophical looks at sport and next-summer will address the Scientific , Con- gress of the Olympic Games. "I think I hit an open field when I . Please Turn to Page 3, Col. 1 4 -V.. ARTISTRY AT FORUM Gail Goodrich, hair flying and ball balanced delicately in right hand, appears to be posing for Greek statue as he con-' Goodrich Gets 31, West 19 as Bullets Toppled BY MAL FLORENCE ; Timt Slid Writit: BY MAL FLORENCE ' Timti Still Writir ! ..' Wilt. Chamberlain, the new Lakers captain, took his appointment seriously Friday night. Chamberlain was the team leader when it counted, controlling both the offensive and defensive boards in the fourth-quarter when the Lak-, ers pulled themsleves together to de-; feat the Baltimore Bullets, 110-106,. . before 11,168 fans at the Forum." , It was a struggle for the Lakers, who were remiss defensively on oc-j casion and committed -22 turnovers. ' Still, they snapped a two-game losing-streak, to remain a half game (7- ' . 3) behind , the Pacific Division co- , leaders, Seattle and Golden State (8-3). '. ; , . , ' . Chamberlain was named captain by coach Bill Sharman shortly : be-, fore the game, replacing the retired Elgin Baylor,, who was the only other captain in Laker history. , West Declines ' , Sharman offered the position to both Jerry , West . and Chamberlain "on a co-captain basis, but Jerry de-' clined, saying that he wanted to con-. , centrate 100' on.his game. West, who had been sidelined by a ; sprained ankle for five games, was making his first start; since Oct. 20.-The Lakers haven't lost a game . , when West has played and he con- : tributed ,19 points to Friday night. ; ' But it was Chamberlain and Gail , Goodrich, who proved to be driving , s forces in the win. Wilt simply dominated the game at the end and pulled down 25 rebounds. Goodrich, repeatedly getting open, fired in 31 points after scoring 19 in the opening quarter. . . . , . ; . Sharman is still concerned about the way his team is passing, espe- . daily on the run., ' . ' "We just need work handling'the ball with movement;" he said'. "The Bullets rely on quickness and they want you to play scatterball.-But, in ' the ' organized confusion,- someone should be open but we weren't always hitting the open man. . ; ,The bustle was there tonight,, but we're still not aggressive enough de- , Jen'sively." . - ; : ; Sharman said West got. "tired" but he kept the All-Pro guard. in the game 41 minutes because he needed . his, leadership, . rebounding and defensive ability. . , - - ; . , ; No Jealousy ' ' ' " West admitted it will seem strange not. playing with Baylor, his old, teammate.- Elgin announced his re-' 'tirement Thursday. ' He only played in two games last 'year, but you knew he' was around, and coming back,1 said Jerry. "You always hear a lot of talk about jealousy between us, but that's not true.' I ra just'thankful I had a chance to play with him.' With him retiring, I begin to think that I'll be there, too. some day. "You know- you can replace a talent, tbut you can't replace, a per-' sonality like Baylor. It's been good for me to play with him and I'm going to tell him so -when I see him." Please Turn to Page 3, Col. 6 l .:.S(4 t .Jtr ' i v f a V ' y . - , n 7(?-. . fi v S ' ' v tf:&vif ' . ' 'MfA " A 'a Mi i ! -AiSAIAISt BUSINESS & FINANCE CC R PART III 2t SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1971 Indians Expected to Add to Voes of Pepper, Bruins ! : BY JEFF PRUGH . Tlmt $tH Writw ' , STANFORD It: has not been a pleasant week for Pepper Rodgers. The UCLA , coach has been red-dogged by critics and his football team has been gang-tackled by injuries. . ' And things don't figure to get any better today when the Bruins battle front-running Stanford in a 1:30 p.m. contest which will weigh significantly on the Rose Bowl race. ' UCLA is a prohibitive underdog against . the defending - Pacific 3 champions, but that is only one of Rodgers' problems. . In the wake of last week's ; frustrating defeat to Washington,- the Bruin coach has been the target of blistering criticism, from fans, and ' alumni. . . Much. of it has had to do with the offense, which coughed and , sputtered four time's in scoring, territory when the Bruins got to the 6, 14, 18 and 17-yard lines. . , ; v ,, ' Rodgers is also . being t second-guessed for his choice of aj quarter-' back Scott Henderson, ah. option specialist, over Mike ' Floresj ' the "forgotten man" who can pass with proficiency but lacks mobility. ; Rodgers argues that a ground-oriented attack with Henderson at th controls is the only way to go especially against Stanford, the -Pacific S's strong defensive team. ' ' : Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 1 ALBATROSS WINS WESTERN PACE BY BION ABBOTT, Ttme St Writer ' . Any doubt , about Albatross was quickly .erased Friday night- when the super bird swallowed up an outstanding, array of. champions' with consumate ease in the $50,000 Western Pace before 19,000 applauding spectators at Hollywood Park. Driver Stanley Dancer allowed Albatross. to coast home for a 1:57 45 clocking, a record 18th magic mile for the 3-year-old son of Meadow Please Turn to Page 3, Col. 3 trols the ball for the Lakers against the fealtirriore Bullets Friday night at the Forum. Baltimore players are Archie Clark (44) and Phil Chenier. Times photo

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