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April 15, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
John Stonehouse, a former British Labor Cabinet minister who faked his own drowning in one of Britain's more bizarre scandals, died Thursday after suffering a heart attack, hospital officials said. He was 62. Sheila Stonehouse said her husband had collapsed at their home near Southampton, 70 miles southwest of London, and attempts by ambulance attendants to revive him failed. He was declared dead at Southampton General Hospital, said spokesman Andrew Clapper.
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October 27, 1995 | EARL GUSTKEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It remains the play that defines him, that moment in his athletic life when he stepped into his future. Date: Nov. 13, 1993. Site: Husky Stadium, Seattle. Game: USC-Washington. Situation: USC is leading, 22-17, but is backed up on its 20-yard line, fourth and four, with 1:10 to play. The crowd, 72,202 strong, is howling. The Trojan punter stands at his five-yard line, hearing it all and feeling the cold breeze blowing into his face off Lake Washington.
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October 27, 1995 | EARL GUSTKEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It remains the play that defines him, that moment in his athletic life when he stepped into his future. Date: Nov. 13, 1993. Site: Husky Stadium, Seattle. Game: USC-Washington. Situation: USC is leading, 22-17, but is backed up on its 20-yard line, fourth and four, with 1:10 to play. The crowd, 72,202 strong, is howling. The Trojan punter stands at his five-yard line, hearing it all and feeling the cold breeze blowing into his face off Lake Washington.
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April 15, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
John Stonehouse, a former British Labor Cabinet minister who faked his own drowning in one of Britain's more bizarre scandals, died Thursday after suffering a heart attack, hospital officials said. He was 62. Sheila Stonehouse said her husband had collapsed at their home near Southampton, 70 miles southwest of London, and attempts by ambulance attendants to revive him failed. He was declared dead at Southampton General Hospital, said spokesman Andrew Clapper.
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September 30, 1989 | MIKE GLAZE
Loyola 36, Antelope Valley 0--Kahlil McAlpin ran for two first-quarter touchdowns as Loyola handed host Antelope Valley its worst defeat since losing to Muir, 37-0, in the 1986 Coastal Conference championship game. The Cubs (4-0), ranked second in the Southern Section's Division I, rolled up 369 yards in offense to 168 for Antelope Valley (1-3). Loyola's Alex Yeboah ran for a game-high 75 yards in 11 carries, including a nine-yard second quarter touchdown.
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October 14, 1994 | EARL GUSTKEY
Mike Mitchell, Stanford's leading rusher, probably won't play against USC on Saturday, Coach Bill Walsh said Thursday. A 210-pound sophomore, Mitchell was averaging 7.5 yards per game and had gained 323 yards in only three games before spraining his ankle. Senior Ethan Allen will start for Mitchell. * John Robinson on his Pacific 10-leading punter, John Stonehouse, who has taken some big hits lately: "If you have a good punter, the penalty (for roughing the kicker) should be 30 yards.
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September 23, 1994 | EARL GUSTKEY
Baylor puts much emphasis on the fact it has a 3-0 record with three freshman starters and seven freshman backups. However, USC is playing two freshman starters and eight freshman backups. . . . Baylor defensive coordinator Bob Cope was USC's secondary coach in 1991 and '92, and Baylor strength and conditioning Coach Robb Rogers held the same position at USC from 1989-92.
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October 20, 1991 | CHUCK BOCK
Bishop Amat wide receiver Aaron Villagrian's five-yard touchdown reception with 3 minutes 52 seconds remaining gave the Lancers a 22-16 victory over Loyola in an Angelus League opener Saturday night at Glendale High. Villagrian's catch from quarterback Mike Smith capped a 16-play, 80-yard drive by Bishop Amat, which trailed, 16-15, midway through the fourth quarter. "They (Loyola) rolled up their sleeves and stuck it to us tonight," Bishop Amat Coach Mark Parades said.
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November 9, 1994 | EARL GUSTKEY
Arizona Coach Dick Tomey, on USC offensive tackle Tony Boselli: "He was a great player a year ago and now he's even better. Pro scouts who come to our practices after they've been to SC's say he's the best in the country." * USC punter John Stonehouse has regained the lead in his battle with UCLA's Darren Schager for the Pac-10 punting lead. Stonehouse, who had a 76-yard kick Saturday at Washington State--longest in the conference this year--averaged 48.
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October 10, 1995 | EARL GUSTKEY
It's a good thing for USC that the Trojans have won their five games by comfortable margins. The kicking team might not have been able to bail them out of close games. Kicker Adam Abrams has had a pulled muscle high in his thigh, walk-on kicker Adam Rendon also has a sore leg, and punter John Stonehouse had a deep bruise on his kicking foot. Even the holder, quarterback Brad Otton, is hurting. He has a sore left shoulder and wrist and Coach John Robinson has lately had Stonehouse holding.
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October 26, 1994 | JIM HODGES
The parade of NFL scouts that streams through UCLA practices every season had a new entry Tuesday. Rick Mueller has jobs with the Jacksonville Jaguars to offer. The expansion team, which will participate in the draft for the first time in 1995, has 14 choices in the seven rounds, including the second overall, behind its expansion-mate, the Carolina Panthers. "Scouting is scouting," Mueller said. "We're looking at the same thing everybody else is." But more things.
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