Sport: The Bowls

Wisconsin seemed to own Pasadena's Rose Bowl even before the kickoff. Matched against outweighed Washington, Wisconsin was a solid 6½-point favorite to continue the haughty Big Ten's annual devastation (12 victories in 13 years) of any team the West Coast could field. "I don't know why I keep coming back," complained one silver-flasked fan. "All I do each year is get drunk and start crying."

The West Coast figured without Washington's Bob Schloredt, 20, a strapping (6 ft., 190 Ibs.) junior quarterback who conspicuously lacks his trade's traditional egotism. Says he: "I consider myself just adequate." More remarkable still, Schloredt has only...

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