May 20, 1988
The Alternative Living for the Aging's 7th annual Achievement Awards Dinner on June 1 at the Beverly Hilton will honor former UCLA basketball coach John Wooden and present Arco with its First Corporate Award. Tickets are $175 per person. For more information, call (213) 658-5765.
January 21, 2000
Records of eight coaches in their first seasons at these schools: John Thompson, Georgetown: Finished 12-14 Nolan Richardson, Arkansas: 12-16 John Wooden, UCLA: 22-7 Mike Krzyzewski, Duke: 17-13 Rick Pitino, Kentucky: 14-14 Jim Boeheim, Syracuse: 26-4 Adolph Rupp, Kentucky: 15-3 Norm Stewart, Missouri: 10-16 Source: World Features Syndicate
February 20, 1987
Services for John Moore, the first UCLA basketball player to score more than 1,000 points--he had 1,202 in his career--and an All-American under Coach John Wooden in 1955, were held Wednesday. Moore, 53, died Feb. 11 after a long illness. Wooden spoke at Moore's funeral, and Willie Naulls was a pallbearer.
October 14, 2004 |
Inside a Torrance collection agency, workers sit at cubicles and call people who are behind on their debts. On the wall is a 10-foot diagram of former UCLA basketball coach John Wooden's Pyramid of Success. At McChord Air Force Base near Tacoma, Wash., 25 men and women in uniform spend three days in a seminar called the John R. Wooden Course, discussing how his wisdom could help in their work protecting the air security of the Western United States.
April 9, 2014 |
Steve Nash wasn't exactly jumping up and down after moving up third on the NBA's all-time assists list during Tuesday's 145-130 loss to Houston. "It was a relief, to be honest," said Nash, a two-time league MVP. "I kind of just wanted to get it out of the way because I didn't want it hanging over my head or my teammates' heads, so it was nice to get it done. " It happened on a pass to Jodie Meeks for a dunk with 2 minutes 13 seconds left in the first half. Nash entered the game with 10,330 career assists, just four behind Mark Jackson's 10,334. His pass to Meeks moved Nash to 10,335, now behind only John Stockton's 15,806 and Jason Kidd's 12,091.
April 6, 2003 |
Starting next year, there will be two John Wooden awards presented after the college basketball season. Representatives of the Los Angeles Athletic Club, who have presented a men's award since 1976, are scheduled to announce today a similar award for women. Named after famed UCLA Coach John Wooden, the women's award will have the same criteria as the men, including their level of play, progress toward graduation and maintaining a cumulative 2.0 grade-point average.
November 7, 1996 |
Facing an uncertain future for its basketball program, UCLA is turning to its gloried past for some stability and direction. He may be 86 years old and 21 seasons removed from the head-coaching scene, but John Wooden is still considered a valuable asset by UCLA Chancellor Charles E. Young and Athletic Director Peter T. Dalis.