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October 15, 1996 | JIM HODGES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He says he goes with the flow, taking things as they come, preventing surprises that cause emotional highs and lows that can get in the way of football. And education. But Jamal Clark had flowed into playing linebacker, then defensive tackle until three years ago he decided UCLA needed help at tight end and he was just the man to provide it.
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October 15, 1996 | JIM HODGES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He says he goes with the flow, taking things as they come, preventing surprises that cause emotional highs and lows that can get in the way of football. And education. But Jamal Clark had flowed into playing linebacker, then defensive tackle until three years ago he decided UCLA needed help at tight end and he was just the man to provide it.
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September 20, 1996 | JIM HODGES
The four-day practice week is over for UCLA, which does not play this weekend, and Coach Bob Toledo pronounced the time well spent. "We did some fundamental things," Toledo said. "We looked at the kicking game and put in some things to look at for the Michigan game [Sept. 28]." They include freshman tight end Gabe Crecion, who has been injured since the first week of two-a-days, suffering a stress reaction--precursor to a stress fracture--in his left foot.
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January 14, 1992
Los Angeles police have arrested two men in the fatal shooting of a Granada Hills jewelry store owner during an armed robbery in June, a detective said Monday. Ricky Simuel, 22, and Jamal Clark, 20, both of Los Angeles, are in custody without bail, Lt. Daniel Lang said. Both were being held on suspicion of armed robbery and murder, Lang said. Simuel was in Los Angeles County Jail and Clark, who was arrested in Phoenix, was in custody there, Lang said.
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September 10, 1996 | JIM HODGES
Having read and heard that UCLA played fairly well and had some things to be proud of in its 35-20 loss to Tennessee, Bruin Coach Bob Toledo let it be known that there should be no misconceptions. "We're not satisfied with losing," he said. "I don't think there's such a thing as a moral victory. You either win or you lose. That's cut and dried."
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September 9, 1994 | JIM HODGES
As a promotion, UCLA is giving away 10,000 posters of J.J. Stokes catching a pass to fans attending Saturday's game against Southern Methodist at the Rose Bowl. It might be the only look they'll get of him catching a ball all day. Stokes said Thursday that he will play, though he has practiced little this week. Coach Terry Donahue said there was doubt. Stokes still has some swelling in a thigh muscle that took a hit from a helmet on the second play of the victory over Tennessee last Saturday.
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November 5, 1996 | JIM HODGES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With 5 minutes, 36 seconds to play, the unveiling began, a shroud being pulled away slowly, until UCLA's football season was revealed as a portrait on velvet. Junk that never quite became art. Most of the reasons the Bruins are 3-5 overall and 2-3 in the Pacific 10 came out Saturday, showing why they are shuffling players with three games to play rather than looking toward a bowl game with high hopes and satisfaction in the first season under a new coach. It was the players' fault.
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April 23, 1997 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Monte Carlo Open lost a lot of star power on Tuesday when Pete Sampras, Thomas Muster and Boris Becker, with 15 Grand Slam titles among them, all lost their first matches at Monaco. Magnus Larsson of Sweden, a former top-10 player, beat Sampras, the world's top-ranked player; Renzo Furlan of Italy beat Becker, and Fabrice Santoro of France ousted Muster. "It's the same story with me on clay," said Sampras, who lost, 3-6, 6-2, 6-3.
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October 29, 1996 | JIM HODGES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's supposed to work like "Let's Make a Deal." Cade McNown takes the snap from center and drops back. Behind Door No. 1, there's Jim McElroy, streaking down the field. Door No. 2 hides Derek Ayers, running a slant pattern. Door No. 3? It's Jamal Clark, hooking about six yards behind a blitzing linebacker. From snap to choice of doors is supposed to take 2.
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November 24, 1996 | JIM HODGES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At 4:23 p.m. Saturday in the Rose Bowl, UCLA's "clutch series" finally had something to do with success and not the Bruins squeezing their throats. Skip Hicks, in and out of the doghouse much of the season, had reached the penthouse, where he found Coach Bob Toledo ready to embrace him. At 4:23, Hicks took a handoff from Cade McNown, started left, then cut upfield, leaving USC tacklers in his wake en route to the end zone, the game's final touchdown and a 48-41 victory.
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