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May 10, 1988 | THOMAS BONK
Walt Hazzard has been keeping busy. He played in a round-robin tennis tournament over the weekend. The week before, he was in Philadelphia visiting his family and taking part in a celebration of city basketball. The top attractions were Wilt Chamberlain and Hazzard, among the greatest high school basketball players in Philadelphia history. Hazzard's attorney, Jerry Roth, has also been busy lately.
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December 8, 1990 | ELLIOTT ALMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A UCLA assistant chancellor has been accused of trying to suppress information for an NCAA inquiry into the recruiting of Bruin basketball star Don MacLean. Jack Hirsch, a former UCLA assistant basketball coach, said he was told it would be in his best interest to stop his attorney, Jerry Roth, from talking with an NCAA investigator.
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December 8, 1990 | ELLIOTT ALMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A UCLA assistant chancellor has been accused of trying to suppress information for an NCAA inquiry into the recruiting of Bruin basketball star Don MacLean. Jack Hirsch, a former UCLA assistant basketball coach, said he was told it would be in his best interest to stop his attorney, Jerry Roth, from talking with an NCAA investigator.
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May 10, 1988 | THOMAS BONK
Walt Hazzard has been keeping busy. He played in a round-robin tennis tournament over the weekend. The week before, he was in Philadelphia visiting his family and taking part in a celebration of city basketball. The top attractions were Wilt Chamberlain and Hazzard, among the greatest high school basketball players in Philadelphia history. Hazzard's attorney, Jerry Roth, has also been busy lately.
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May 30, 1991 | JOHN CHERWA
An attorney for former Simi Valley High basketball Coach Bob Hawking has filed suit against attorneys Jerry Roth and Robert Young and former UCLA assistant coach Jack Hirsch for allegedly leaking privileged information. The suit, filed Tuesday in L.A Superior Court for unspecified damages, alleges that Roth, Young and Hirsch gave confidential information to The Times and the authors of the book "Raw Recruits."
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November 15, 1985 | TRACY DODDS, Times Staff Writer
Jack Haley, at 6-10 the only truly center-sized player on the team, looked a whole lot better as a junior than he did last season, and Pooh Richardson, the much-hailed guard from Philadelphia, seemed to live up to his billing in UCLA's annual intrasquad basketball game Thursday night at Pauley Pavilion. The small turnout of 3,581 seemed pleased with what it saw.
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March 21, 1999
John R. Wooden had been coaching basketball at UCLA since 1948, but not until 35 years ago tonight did he truly become "The Wizard of Westwood." It was with possibly the most remarkable of all his 10 national championship teams that Wooden won the first of his NCAA titles, overwhelming a much taller Duke team, 98-83, at Kansas City.
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April 14, 1991 | ELLIOTT ALMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The NCAA this week will receive a copy of a handwritten account by the high school coach of UCLA basketball player Don MacLean that states Bruin Coach Jim Harrick met with MacLean when face-to-face contact with recruits was prohibited by NCAA rules, officials said Saturday. The account by former Simi Valley High Coach Bob Hawking, written three years ago when he considered legal action against UCLA because he was not hired as an assistant coach, was made public last month by The Times.
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August 29, 1991 | STEVE SPRINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An NCAA investigation into UCLA's 1988 recruitment of basketball player Don MacLean has been dropped. In a letter to UCLA Athletic Director Peter Dalis, Charles Smrt, the NCAA's director of enforcement, said: "Based on the review of the available information, it appears that no further action in this matter by this office is warranted at this time."
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December 19, 2004 | Diane Pucin, Times Staff Writer
Gail Goodrich's No. 25 UCLA jersey was retired Saturday in an emotional halftime ceremony. With John Wooden, his 94-year-old former coach, at his side, Goodrich spoke passionately of a UCLA career in which he led the Bruins to back-to-back national championships, the first for both the school and Wooden. "My days at UCLA were probably the most enjoyable days I had in basketball," Goodrich said.
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November 13, 1987 | TRACY DODDS, Times Staff Writer
Trevor Wilson and Kevin Walker are still competing for the only undecided starting spot on the UCLA basketball roster, so Thursday night's annual intrasquad game at Pauley Pavilion had some additional meaning for them. It was no surprise, then, that Wilson and Walker both turned in impressive performances before a small crowd of 2,471. Playing for the Blue squad, Wilson had 25 points and 18 rebounds in a 99-76 victory over the Gold.
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