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October 8, 1997 | CHRIS DUFRESNE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You are not quite sure how to ask the quarterback who beat Purdue with 254 yards passing and two touchdowns on Sept. 6 if he would mind, with all due respect, taking off his shoes and socks in the strength coach's office. The subject is broached delicately--tiptoed around, so to speak--until Chris Wallace senses where the conversation is headed and cuts through the awkwardness. "You want to see my feet?" he says, smiling.
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October 8, 1997 | CHRIS DUFRESNE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You are not quite sure how to ask the quarterback who beat Purdue with 254 yards passing and two touchdowns on Sept. 6 if he would mind, with all due respect, taking off his shoes and socks in the strength coach's office. The subject is broached delicately--tiptoed around, so to speak--until Chris Wallace senses where the conversation is headed and cuts through the awkwardness. "You want to see my feet?" he says, smiling.
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February 14, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Nick Saban said he will become defensive coordinator of the Cleveland Browns and leave the University of Toledo, where he had been head coach for one season, guiding Toledo to a 9-2 record and a share of the Mid-American Conference championship.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 28, 1987 | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
A treasure of 250 silent films discovered in a barn in Temperance, Mich., include a full version of Thomas Ince's "The Italian" and a comedy featuring Oliver Hardy as a villain, according to workers at the Library of Congress film restoration laboratory in Dayton, Ohio. About 50 of 300 reels were too badly deteriorated to salvage, a library spokesman said.
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March 28, 1988 | Associated Press
Akhmed Atavov and the Soviet Union wrestling team beat the United States, 6-4, Sunday and won the World Cup of International Wrestling tournament title at the University of Toledo. The Soviet team finished with eight points, two ahead of the United States, after beating Australia and Cuba Saturday and defeating South Korea and the United States Sunday. Teams earned two points for each match won. The U.S.
NEWS
April 23, 1987
J. Edward Mandrell, Pepperdine University's assistant vice president for student affairs, has been named dean of students. He will start in the new position Monday. Mandrell replaces Carl Mitchell, who will coordinate the university's new international study program in Florence, Italy. Mandrell will be responsible for the offices of campus life, career development, foreign student advising, health and counseling, housing, intramurals, special programs and the campus ministry.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 5, 1999
A veteran educator from Ohio has been chosen to head the Cal State Northridge College of Education. Philip Rusche, dean of the College of Education and Allied Professions at the University of Toledo since 1983, will assume his new duties Aug. 1. Rusche, 60, will succeed Carolyn Ellner, who retired last year after 16 years as dean. Mary Katherine Tetreault, vice president of academic affairs at Cal State Fullerton, has been interim dean.
SPORTS
March 7, 1996
Three Orange County athletes have decided on their colleges. Esperanza's Kelly O'Connor orally committed to attend UCLA next fall, Aztec track Coach Al Britt said. Last spring, O'Connor became the first county girl to leap beyond 40 feet in the triple jump, and won the Sunset League, section Division I and state triple jump championships. Kensy Zulueta, a setter on the Calvary Chapel volleyball team, committed to Florida State, Seminole Coach Cecile Reynaud said.
NEWS
September 28, 1997 | Associated Press
Profiling is a controversial enforcement technique where police consider numerous factors when targeting drivers they want to search or check an identity. These factors include a driver's characteristics; expensive or sporty brands of cars; out-of-town license plates; overly cautious driving habits; and the use of busy routes such as interstates. In profiling stops, a minor traffic offense can be used as a pretext to stop the car.
SPORTS
December 1, 1995
Paul Stankowski of Ventura shot rounds of 66 and 67 for an 11-under-par total of 133 over the first two rounds of the PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament in West Palm Beach, Fla., taking a one-shot lead Thursday over Clarence Rose. Former Cal State Northridge and Kennedy High standout Bob Burns (69-66) is two shots back at 135. Charlie Wi (71-70) of Westlake High and California is at 141 and David Berganio (67-66) of Alemany and Arizona is at 143.
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