The funeral service will be at Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles, USC officials said Friday. The family asks that any donations may be made to the Rod Dedeaux Foundation, which promotes amateur sports in Los Angeles. In 45 years at USC (1942-86), Dedeaux led the Trojans to a record 11 national championships, coached nearly 60 future major leaguers and was an international ambassador for the game. LOS ANGELES – The funeral for the great USC baseball coach Rod Dedeaux will be held Jan. 16. He died Thursday at 91 from complications of a stroke on Dec. 2. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan ClarksonThe Trojans’ baseball field is named in his honor, and a memorial service will be held at Dedeaux Field this spring. Duncan won’t play for Team USA PHOENIX – Tim Duncan has officially notified USA Basketball that he will not be a part of the U.S. team that will compete at this year’s world championships and the 2008 Olympics. Jerry Colangelo, managing director of USA Basketball, said Saturday that Duncan’s agent, Lon Babby, had called with the news earlier this week. Because of the call, Colangelo did not meet with Duncan when the San Antonio Spurs came to town this weekend. Colangelo, chosen to form a team to bring the U.S. back to world prominence in the sport, is requiring players to make a three-year commitment. The commitment includes a training camp in July, probably to be held in Las Vegas, as well as exhibition games in China and South Korea leading up to the worlds in Japan in August. There will be another training camp next year, followed by another and more exhibition games prior to the 2008 Games in Beijing. Colangelo said has met with 15 to 18 players, and Duncan was the first to say he would not take part. Some, including Shaquille O’Neal, have said they were still considering it, while others, including Allen Iverson, have said they were willing to make the commitment. East beats West in all-star game SAN ANTONIO – Chris Wells ran for three touchdowns and earned MVP honors in leading the East past the West 27-16 in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl high school all-star game Saturday. Wells, who has verbally committed to Ohio State, scored on a pair of 5-yard runs and another from 2 yards out. He led all players with 67 yards on 13 carries. “I think I can be a cutback runner,” said Wells, a senior at Akron’s Garfield High School in Ohio. “But I think I can do a lot of things. Just like today, you saw I can be a power runner.” Wells, who rushed for 1,930 yards and 22 touchdowns as a junior, had the first score of the game on his 2-yarder in the first quarter. Miller unhappy with `60 Minutes’ ADELBODEN, Switzerland – Bode Miller is unhappy with the way his interview with `60 Minutes’ in which he said partying had affected his performance in the past, which was characterized in excerpts and media accounts. “We are very saddened to see that what is considered the pre-eminent news show in U.S. history has set off a firestorm by headlining a press release on a Bode Miller profile with an out-of-context and salacious headline involving drunkenness,” Lowell Taub, the ski star’s agent, said in a statement Saturday. Notable HORSE RACING: Allaire C. du Pont, a Thoroughbred enthusiast and owner of five-time Horse of the Year Kelso, has died. She was 92. SOCCER: European champion Liverpool beat Luton 5-3 in the FA Cup, rallying from a 3-1 deficit in one of the most riveting comebacks in soccer’s oldest cup competition. TENNIS: Roger Federer won the Qatar Open in Doha, Qatar for the second straight year, beating French teenager Gael Monfils 6-3, 7-6 (5) in the final. From wire reports 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!