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The NCAA News VOL 19


									 VOL.      19.NO.       1                                                                                                                                                                                 1982 Convention             Issue

Cosby wins Teddy award
     Bill Co&y-philosopher,                 hu-    dor to Sweden; (ieneral               of the      l!XWs, working         part-time        as a
 morist, educator           and at.hlete-          Army Omar N. Hradley;                  -Jesse    waiter and bartender                to help
 will receive the NCAA’           s Theo-          Owens, c~onsidered by many to                    pay his way through                  school.
 dore Roosevelt            Award      at the                                    k
                                                   be the grcbatest trii(‘ and field                The stories he told to entertain
 Association’  s      honors luncheon              athlete     of this century;          Presi-     his customers eventually               led to
 danuary 11 in Houston.                            dent GeriIld         R. Ford; retired            a career       in entertainment,
    Coshy is known to millions                     Rear Adm. Thomas                .J. Hamil-       which prompt,ed a decision to
for his television          roles (include         ton;      Los Angeles              Mayor         wit,hdraw from school.
ing the 1960s adventure                series      Thomas          Hradley;         East,man            He maintained            his interest
“I Spy” and the current                   car-     Kodak board chairman                 Gerald      in education,           however,         and
 toon feature           “Fat      Albert”),        B. Zornow; Los Angeles Tirnes                                               s
                                                                                                    earned his mast,er’ degree in
popular       I,as Vegas night-club                publisher        Otis Chandler;            re-   1972 and the doctoral                 degree
engagements,           corriedy albums,            nowned heart surgeon Denton                      (in education)         in 1976. In the
motion       pict.ure       appearances            A. Cooley, and entertainer                Art    meantime,        Temple          reviewed
and his books.                                     Linkletter.                                      Co&y’  s career and determined
     He is the 1fit.h individual             to        Despite       his many          prot’es-     he had sufficient            life-experi-
receive      the NCAA’        s     highest        sional        accomplishments,                   ence credits         to complete           his
 honor. The award is presented                     Coshy       has taken          particular        bachelor’  s degree, which he re-
 annually           to a prominent                 pride in a doc:toral degree he                   ceived in 1977.
 American        “for whom competi-                earned from the LJniversit,y of                      While    enrolled        at Temple,
 tive athletics          in college and            Massachusetts,             Amherst,         in   Cosby participated                in track
 attention         to physical          well-      1976. His dissertat,ion-“An                In-   and field, basketball            and foot-
 being thereafter          have been im-           tegrat,ion of the Visual Media                   ball. Although           he was a sec-
portant        factors       in a distin-          via Fat, Albert, and the Cosby                   ond-st,ring fullback in football,                            1
guished         career       of national           Kids      into     t,he Elementary               Co&y’  s best sport was track. A
significance        and achirvernent.”             School         Curriculum              as a       versatile   performer,          he scored
It is named for the 26th presi-                    Teac.hing       Aid and Vehicle             to    at various      times in the high                                                   Bill Cosby
dent of the United States, who                     Achieve Increased Learning”-                      jump, shot put, low hurdles,
played a kry role in organizing                    serves as a model teaching aid                   javelin and discus; he also won                  three documentary            produ(:-      Cosby also has written           “Wit,
what later became the NCAA.                        for elementary          school teachers           the Middle         Atlantic        Confer-      tions. He has 21 record albums             and Wisdom         of Fat Albert.”
     Previous         winners        of the        throughout,        the [Jnited Stat,es.          ence high jump title in 1962.                    to his credit, five of which have          Other awards to his credit in-
award        include            President          The      dissertation           examined             Currently,        Coshy is recog-            won Grammy         Awards.                 clude t,he Golden Apple Award
Dwight, 11. Genhower;                  Sena-       what television            could do to            nized as one of the top tennis                      In “I Spy,” Co&y         was the       (1968, Wornen’    s Press) and the
t,or I,everett Saltonstall;            LJnit-      help meet. the educational                        players in the entertainment                    first, Black to star in a network          Image     Award      (1969-70,    Na-
ed Stat,es Supreme Court dus-                      needs of minority                children.       industry.      Hased on his early                tellevision   series. For his role,        tional Association       for the Ad-
tice Byron R. White;                 Purdue        Cosby’  s      wife,     Camille,       told     experiences       with the game, he              Cosby won Emmy           Awards in         vancement      of Colored People).
University        President, Frederick             People magazine             that he was           wrot,e the book “Bill              Cosby’  s    1966, 1967 and 1968 as best.                   In addition,    he was named
1,. Hovde; National               Aeronau-         more excited about earning the                    Personal       Guide         to Tennis          actor in a dramatic        series. He      Star Presenter       of the Year by
tics and Space Administ,ration                     doctorate       degree than he was                Power, or-Don’    t      lower the lob,         also was awarded an Emmy for               Advertising      Age newspaper for
official    Christopher            C. Craft        about any other achievement.                      raise the net.”                                 “The First Bill Cosby Special”             his efforts      on behalf     of Del
dr.; Jerome           H. “Hrud”          Hol-          Coshy       attended          Temple             Cosby has appeared in five                   in 1969.                                   Mont,e, Ford Motor Company
land, United States Ambassa-                       IJniversity         during      the early         movies and played a role in                          Besides    his tennis      hook,      and General Foods (dell-o).

                                                                                                                                                                                                is varied
                                                                                                                                                                                                    The 76th annual                 Conven-
                                                                                                                                                                                                tion of t,he NCAA               opens Jan-
                                                                                                                                                                                                uary       I I at Houston’       s      Hyatt,
                                                                                                                                                                                                Kegency Hotel, probably wlth-
                                                                                                                                                                                                out, any single area of legisla-
                                                                                                                                                                                                tion dominating             the agenda.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Although          attention      is being
                                                                                                                                                                                                focused on television               matters,
                                                                                                                                                                                                emotions          in advance          of this
                                                                                                                                                                                                Convention             have been more
         Par Arvidsson                            Rowdy    Gaines                          Oliver   Luck                        Kenneth      Sims                    Lynette   Woodard
                                                                                                                                                                                                low-key        than in recent years
                                                                                                                                                                                                when         restructuring,            gover-
                                                                                                                                                                                                nance,         economy             and     the

 Top student-athletes                                                                         win NCAA awards                                                                                   NCAA’    s
                                                                                                                                                                                                ment were controversial
                                                                                                                                                                                                                approach        to enforce-

   Three football          players, one            Awards      are presented        to stu-         1979 Pan American Games and                      in Kansas women’ basketball
                                                                                                                                                                         s                           Major general-interest              legis-
women’ basketball             player and           dent-athletes             who      have          was honored         as 1981 South-               history.                                   lation is outlined            on page four
one male swimmer              have been            achieved        at.hletic     success,           eastern Conference         athlete    of            Woodard was selected as na-             of this issue, along with other
selected hy the NCAA as win-                       shown leadership qualities and                   the year.                                        tional female basketball      player       Convention           information.        Dele-
ners of the Today’       s      Top Five           displayed       academic       prowess.              Gaines      compiled        a 3.22           of the year and was named to                gates will have complete                 Con-
Awards.                                            Only seniors from the current.                   grade-point      average during his              the 1980 U.S. Olympic          team.       vent,ion         information            when
   The student-athletes            select-         calendar year are eligible. The                  senior     year,    improving       his          She attained a 3.04 grade-point             they register and receive the
ed for the awards this year are                    five winners        will be honored              overall average to 2.70. He was                  average in speech communica-                1982 Convention             Program.
University          of California,                 January         11 at the NCAA                   a national     spokesman       for leu-          tions and was active in Ameri-                   In addition         to the business
Berkeley,       swimmer          Par Arm           honors luncheon           in Houston.            kemia and cancer societies.                      can Lung Association          activi-      sessions, those at the Conven-
vidsson;     Auburn         University             “Rowdy” Galnes                                   Lynette Woodard                                  ties.                                       tion will have the opportunity
swimmer        Ambrose          “Rowdy”                Gaines won five NCAA indi-                       Woodarcl set a national          ca-         Par Arvldsson                               to attend          the NCAA           honors
Gaines; University            of Kansas            vidual championships           and par-          reer scoring record with 3,646                      Competing      for his native            luncheon at which entertainer
women’  s       basketball         player          ticipated     on three NCAA win-                 points     while     averaging     26.3          Sweden, Arvidsson       captured      a     Bill    Cosby will become                  the
Lynette      Woodard;         West Vir-            ning     relay     teams.      He is a           points and 12.4 rebounds             per         gold medal at the 1980 Olym-                16th individual            to receive the
ginia      University           football           member       of the U.S. Olympic                 game. A three-time         all-Ameri-            pics in Moscow                              NCAA’   s        highest       honor,      the
player Oliver I,uck, and Ken-                      team and holds the American                      ca selection, Woodard failed to                     He dominated         his events          Theodore           Roosevelt         Award.
neth      Sims,      University           of       records in the lOO- and 2c)O-                    reach double figures only once                   during     NCAA     championship            Current        and former           student-
Texas, Austin, football            player.         yard freestyle         events. Gaines            in 139 games and became the                      competition,    winning    the lOO-         athletes also will be honored as
   The      Today’ s         Top     Five          won three gold medals at the                      leading scorer and rebounder                                    Contrnued    on page   7    College Athletics             Top Ten.
Opinions Out - Loud

          The education stays forever                                                                                                                Reprinted     below is an excerpt from the wrrtLng o/c1 news
Theodore M. Hesburgh, president                                 Bill Trout, asslstant              football coach                                 commenting       prrtinent1.y   (I b&t intercollegiate      athletics. It is selected
University of Notre Dame                                                                                                                          because the NCAA           News f&Is it makes o pain f and cliscwssrs o tol-‘        ic
                                                                Unlversity of Miami                (Florlda)
    “The players are first and foremost students.                                                                                                 thccl will intrrest     reders.   I’uhlication    herein, houwoer, does not rmply
                                                                Knight-Ridder          Newspapers
 In this, they should be regarded and treated as
                                                                                                                                                  NCAA      Ne14rs rndorsemenl        of the rlieurs by the author-.
                                                                    “Most    kids you try to recruit          today only
all students      are. They        should     be admitted       know what they hear on television                 or what
because they are academically
judged      to be capable       of profiting
                                            qualified    and
                                                  from the
                                                                their next-door
                                                                                     neighbor     tells them. But that
                                                                doesn’ bother me. We can sit down with them
                                                                                                                                                  Treating the need to play
          s     academic program.                                                                                                                                                      By Steve         Jacobson
                                                                and their parents,        explain     to them in detail
    “They should take a normal course of stud-                                                                                                                                                  Newsday
                                                                what happened,         and if they still have any
ies, not a series of gut courses that keep them                 questions,      they can call the NCAA.              What                                                                    s
                                                                                                                                                         On the wall of the doctor’ office, mounted                        up there with all the
eligible without     the difficulty     of hecoming edu-        bothers me more are those in this business who                                     diplomas         and certifications           and medical stuff in black and white,
cated. Most., if not all of them, should graduate               recruit    by trying   to confuse the kid. Some of                                 is an aerial photograph                 of Harvard         Stadium,       every seat filled in
in four years. They should             live as the other        them might resort to innuendo            in their recruit -                         living color. “A Yale game, no doubt,“said                         Stuart Hershon, M.D.,
students do, not in some segregated jock palace.                ing, and that kind of thing is hard for a kid to                                    PC and former TE. About                        half of the orthopedic                 practice         of
    “They should be expected to conduct               them-     fight.”                                                                            Hershon and partner David Dines is in sports medicine, some of it
selves as other students do, with the same rules,                                                                                                  involving                                                            s
                                                                                                                                                                     adults with tennis elbow or jogger’ knees and some of
the same rewards          and punishments.            There     Tom Young, basketball                   coach                                      it involving          younger people who break themselves                           playing foot-
should be only one inducement                 for them to       Rutgers University                                                                 ball. Undoubtedly,                some of them in the future will be treated
come: the golden opportunity                to get a fine       Philadelphia       Bulletin                                                         after t,rying to follow New York Jet quarterback                              Richard Todd’          s
education.                                                          “The new jump~ball      rule is absurd. They say                               example of playing with the pain of broken ribs.
    “A decade after graduation,          almost everyone        the reason the rule was put in was because the                                          Hershon admires Todd for being willing and able to endure the
will have forgotten      when and where and what                              t
                                                                officials can’ throw the ball well (in jump-ball                                   pain to achieve a valid goal. He likes to think he would have done
they played. But every time they speak, every-                  situations).    Well, they’
                                                                                          re well-paid    enough. Let                              the same. He also hopes coaches and physicians                                on a lower level
one will know whether or not they are educat-                   them practice throwing                               s
                                                                                              the ball in the air. It’                             recognize when the risk is too great to play.
cd. No one can take that from them,                      and    ridiculous.                                                                             He recalls from his own experience,                      playing end at Harvard                   in
nothing they have will be more valuahle for all                             t
                                                                    “I don’ know any coach who is in favor of it.                                  1958, his face mask being hroken against Brown in the next-to-
the rest of their lives.”                                                      t
                                                                And I haven’ heard any fans say they’         re wild                              last, game of his senior year. He took Sl stitches in his face, hut
                                                                about it, either. Basketball      is a hard game for                               the next week Harvard                      was playing         Yale. He was Harvard’               s
Tex Wlnter, basketball coach                                    the fan to follow. With this rule, it makes it,                                    leading receiver and never again would he have a chance to play
Callfornla State University, Long Beach                         even more confusing.”                                                              against Yale, never again would he do something                                    so important.
The Arizona Republic
                                                                                                                                                  “The only thing 1 could think of was playing in the Yale game,”
    “Money.       s                              s
               It’ all one game, whether it’ foot-
                                                                                                                                                   Hershon          recalled.      So a special mask was constructed                            and he
hall or basketball.      You’ve got to be successful            Don Casey, basketball                 coach
to exist. Bowls, television,      basketball play-offs.         Temple University                                                                       “The      doctor       has to understand                what, kids are thinking,”
You get to the Final Four in basketball,           and it       Philadelphia       Bulletin
                                                                                                                                                   Hershon said. “It was so important                          to me. If you dorl’ under-   t
will he worth $500,000. You get into the tour-                     “Our feeling in changing     the jump-ball    rule                              stand that it is so important                        to them, you can’ do the jobt
nament, and it’ worth $120,000.                                 was that most tosses were not being made                                           properly.        The easy way out would                    he to say the kid shouldn’              t
      m not so sure a lot of administrators
    “I’                                             don’t       properly. Personally,      m
                                                                                          I’ all for it. I think the                               play. Sometimes                things           t
                                                                                                                                                                                               don’ seem as important                      t,o adults.
make budgets counting          on that money. I think           coaches who are against, it, feel that, way be-
                                                                                                                                                   Playing in the big game when a guy has put in all those years is
it’ had. It puts an awful lot of pressure on the                cause they feel they are losing some control.                                      important.          Missing it would be tough on him. If t,here is a wav
coaches today. They have to make the Final                      They argue that the alternate        possession can                                without       jeopardizing          his healt,h, I like to have him able to play.”
Four eventually       to hold their jobs. It makes a            affect the outcome       of the game, but, a ball
                                                                                                                                                        It’ entirely consistent              with Hershon’     s early experience that he
               If       t          m
guy think, ‘ I don’ win, I’ out anyway.                I’d      tossed improperly     can also affect the outcome
                                                                                                                                                   turned to sports medicine.                   He was a Harvard             freshman          and the
better do what I can to win.’                                   of the game.”
                                                                                                                                                  team physician               was Thomas            Quigley, a pioneer in sports medi-
    “That’   why, in the future, you won’ see at
                                                                                                                                                  cine. On the opening                   kickoff      hefore 70,090 in the Yale Bowl,
whole lot of guys like me spending a lifetime           in
                                                                Don James, football coach                                                          Harvard’  s        fullback,       Tony Gianelli,           was knocked             unconscious.
the profession. The coaches will just yse it as a
                                                                University of Washington                                                          Quigley         ordered him out of the game. Gianelli                           was flexing his
                                                                Eugene Register-Guard                                                             muscles          eagerly      on the sidelines             in the third          quarter         when
Frank McLaughlin,         basketball    coach                      “The key thing is to he well-organized,          to pay                        Harvard          was on the goal line and the No. 2 fullback                                couldn’  t
Harvard Universlty                                              attention    to details     and not he sloppy           and                       punch the hall over. “We lost the game and I have no doubt that
Chicago   Tribune                                               poorly disciplined.     A team is a reflection       of the                       Gianelli        could have scored,” Hershon                      recalled,     “but that’ the s
   “There is too much money involved                  (in the                           ve
                                                                way it is coached. I’ always said you couldn’            t                                                       ve
                                                                                                                                                  way it has to be. I’ always been impressed by that.”
NCAA      Final Four). I feel it is like a           balloon    blow a whistle at 1:X) Saturday          afternoon      and                             The other side of the picture is in the experience                             of a friend of
ready to burst. I would like to see the               NCAA      all of a sudden have a disciplined        foot,ball team.                         mine, Myron               Zisman,       an orthopedist           in south *Jersey. Zisman
limit, schools to $2S,OOO plus expenses              for any    You’ ve got to practice that way all week long.                                                                                       s
                                                                                                                                                  diagnosed an injury t,o t,he coach’ son as a cracked vertebra in his
TV appearance,     including  the NCAA               tourna-                 d
                                                                   “What I’ like people to say about us is that                                   neck and advised SIX weeks of recuperation.                           The coach protested:
ment. Then the goal would he to win,                   not to   we have the best overall program.              That with                           “The Dartmouth                scouts will be watching                 this week; can’ you     t
make money.”                                                    the players we’   re getting,      we’re getting      more                        wrap him up so he can play?” It was his own son.
Bob Mathias,        director                                    out of them. Maybe we’         re doing a better job                                    Zisman refused and warned that further injury might, leave the
U.S. Olympic        Commlttee    training   center              keeping t,hem in school, coaching t,hem, getting                                  boy paralyzed             for life. So the coach angrily took his son off to see
Los Angeles    limes                                            them bigger, stronger,        faster. That’ s    how you                          another doctor, who did wrap him and said he could play. And
    “  know more about, their sport and                maintain     a successful               s
                                                                                               base. It’ the overall                              when the boy played and did not become paralyzed,                                         t,he coach
themselves     today. They are more experienced;                program, everything        you do.”                                               went back to Zisman and said . .
there is more competition;     they work longer. In                                                                                                     “He said, ‘       See?“’ Hershon           said, completing           the story as if hc
my day there was only one decathlon          a year. A                                                                                            had been in the doctor’                  s      chair. The conflict              is thoroughly
                                                                John Wooden, former basketball coach                                              familiar.
t,rack athlete went. out, for the decathlon;     today
                                                                Unlverslty of Callfornla, Los Angeles                                                   “The hardest problem, very hard,” he said, “ is the high school
there are derathletes.     They get better coach-
                                                                Los Angeles        T/mes                                                          senior-a         good player, people are scouting                    him for a scholarship
                                                                   “What     we’ re trying    to do is cut out the                                and the parents                might        not, be able to send him t,o college
W. Robert Parks, presldent                                      blatant                                       t,
                                                                          buying of an athlete. Hut, I don’ think                                 otherwise-and               hc gets hurt. I try within              reason to have the kid
Iowa State Unlverslty                                           that the entire intercollegiate     athletic  program                             playing. When you’             re dealing with a disaster like a neck injury,
Des Mornes Regrster                                             is in as bad a shape as most people think. I felt                                              t
                                                                                                                                                  you can’ take that chance.                         Muscle pain does not necessarily
   “I know it is impossible   for all schools to get            when I was coaching         that suspicions     against                           mean he can’ play.”   t
exactly    what they want, hut a great deal of                  other schools were probably         90 percent false.                                   Hershon is an admirer of some of the values of football.                                      m
progress has been made toward forming           a re-              “I really believe that the vast majority             of                                                             s
                                                                                                                                                  the last one to say it,‘ a bad game,” he said. The possibility                                          of
structured    and viable Division    1-A capable of                            t
                                                                coaches don’ cheat, just as the vast majority           of                        injury is part of the package. He is disappointed                               by the coaches
solving the tough problems      concerning   TV and             doctors,    attorneys    and politicians     are good                             who fail to discourage                     helmet, blocking            and tackling.             He is
other rules and regulations.”                                   people. But there are always some exceptions.”                                    opposed to pre-high school players heing subject,ed to unqualified
Tank McNamara                                                                                                                                     coaching          and would prefer a youth game with no blocking                                       or
                                                                                                                                                  tackling       below the waist, and he would eliminate                          the high-speed
                                                                                                                                                  impact of kickoffs and punt returns. “Parents                              have to make sure
                                                                                                                                                  the people responsible                   are educated          to recognize          injuries      and
                                                                                                                                                  understand            prevention,”         he said.

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        NCAA fall championships                                                                                                                                         s
                                                                                                                                                               Women’ volleyball

                                                                              Williams      scored      from six yards out, culminating                a   Dana Smith were the Southern       California  represent-
                                                                              nine-play,      51-yard drive                                                atives; the UCLA players selected      for the team were
                                                                                  Following      a North Dakota State fumble on the next                   Jeanne Beauprey,     Linda Robertson      and Patty Oroz-
                                                                              Bison      possession,        Southwest       Texas State took the           co. Pacific’s Jayne Gibson was the other member           of
                                                                              lead for good as Miller connected                    with Vela on the        the all-tournament   team.
                                                                              first of three scoring          tosses.                                         The two-day tournament     was played before almost
                                                                                  Southwest        Texas State is the ninth winner of the                  10,000 fans, with the finals drawing a crowd of 6,289.
                                                                              Division     II championship          since the inception         of the        First round: Texas ABM def. Pepperdine,                     15-l 3.
                                                                              event in 1973. No team has won more than one                                 15-12, 9-15, 15-9, Penn State def. Cincinnati,                  15-8,
                                                                              championship.                                                                15-6, 15-2; Purdue         def. Tennessee,           15-13, 15-10.
                                                                              North Dakota State                            7       6     0    o-    13    15-10; New Mexico def. Miami (Florida).                   11-15, 15-
                                                                              Southwest        Texas State                .O 14 14 14 - 42                 11, 15-11, 15-g.
                                                                                                                            ND State SW Texas                 Second round: Hawaii def. Texas A&M, 15-6,
                                                                                                                                                 State     15-l 0, 15-7; Southern        California     def. Arizona,      15-6,
                                                                              First downs                                              14            27    15-6. 15-10; Pacific def. Penn State, 10-15. 15-13,
                                                                              Rushing      yardage.                                  220           328     15-10, 2-15, 15-13; Cal Poly-San               Luis Obispo        def
                                                                              Passing yardage                                          87           198    Northwestern,       18-16, 15-11, 16-14; UCLA def. Pur-
                                                                              Passes (Att.-Camp.-lnt.)                            7-3-l         14-8-l     due, 15-11, 6-15, 11-15, 15-8, 15-3; Stanford                     def.
                                                                              Return yardage                                           -2            57    Arizona    State, 15-0, 15-10, 15-6; San Diego State
                                                                              Punts (No.-Avg.)                                 6-48.0          4-39.5      def. New Mexico,        15-7. 15-3, 15-8; California-Santa
Idaho State’ Lamar Flte                                                       Fumbles-Lost.                                           5-4           6-3    Barbara     def. Brigham       Young,       15-11, 13-15, 4-15.
                                                                              Penalties-yards                                       4-42          6-45     15-g. 15-B.
                                                                              North Dakota           State-Mark         Nellermoe        1 run (Mark          Quarterfinals:      Southern       California      def     Hawaii,
      Idaho State claims title                                                Luedtke
                                                                                           kick), 11:48 1 Q
                                                                                               Texas State-Donnie             Williams 6 run (Neal
                                                                                                                                                           15-12, 15-4, 11-15, 15-5; Pacific def. Cal Poly-San
                                                                                                                                                           Luis Obispo,       15-12. 15-12, 8-l 5, 15-g; UCLA def.
                                                                              Neunhoffer         kick), 14:22 2Q                                           Stanford,    4-l 5, 15-l 0, 15-l 0, 10-l 5, 15-3; San Diego
   Idaho State built a substantial            half-time      lead and         Southwest         Texas State-David             Vela 35 pass from            State def. California-Santa         Barbara,      15-9, 15-1, 15-B.
held on to defeat Eastern              Kentucky,      34-23, at the           Mike Miller (Neunhoffer             kick), 13.07 20                             Semifinals:     Southern     California     def. Pacific, 9-15,
NCAA Division         I-AA Football       Championship           in Wi-       North Dakota State-Kevin                Peters 2 run (kick failed),          15-12, 15-11, 10-15, 15-11, UCLA def. San Diego
chita Falls, Texas                                                            0:37 2Q                                                                      State, 4-15. 15-B. 15-9, 15-B.
   Quarterback         Mike Machurek          threw      two touch-           Southwest         Texas State-Vela            64 pass from Miller               Third place: San Diego State def. Pacific,                    15-5,
down passes and tailback              Dwain Wilson scored on                  (Neunhoffer         kick), 5.32 3Q                                           15-10, 15-7
runs of six and four yards, helping Idaho State (12-l)                        Southwest        Texas State-Vaughn             Deary 44 pass from              Championship:         Southern       California      def. UCLA,
to a 28-9 lead at half time.                                                  Miller (Neunhoffer           kick), 0:31 3Q                                  9-15, 15-7. 10-15, 15-13, 15-7.
   Eastern Kentucky,         the 1979 Division I-AA champi-                   Southwest        Texas State-Williams            2 run (Neunhoffer                                                     Continued       on page 7
on and last year’ runner-up,              scored on its second                kick), 8.30 4Q
possession       of the second half to close the Bengals’                     Southwest         Texas State-Ron           Jacoby        2 run (Neun-
margin to 12 points          Late m the third quarter,             how-       hoffer kick), 2.51 4Q
ever, Machurek         completed      four straight      passes In a             First round: Northern    Michigan    55. Elizabeth   City
74-yard scoring         march as Idaho State increased                  its   State 6; Southwest       Texas    State 38, Jacksonville
lead to 18 points                                                             State 22; North Dakota State 24, Puget Sound             10;
   Eastern Kentucky         drove 62 yards on five plays for                  Shippensburg      State 40. Virginia   Union 27.
a touchdown         early in the fourth          quarter,      but the           Semifinals:   Southwest     Texas State 62, Northern
Colonels     failed to move the ball on their final two                       Michigan     0; North Dakota State 18, Shippensburg
possessions       of the game                                                 State 6.
   Idaho State, in the I-AA play-offs for the first time,
became     the fourth team to win the title in as many
years. Florida A&M won the first championship                          in
1978, followed       by Eastern Kentucky          and Boise State.
Eastern Kentucky                             .3       6 7 7-23
IdahoState                         .._ :...7        21 0 6-34
                                                  EKU                ISU
First downs                                          19                 24
Rushing     yardage.                               167               102
Passing yardage                                    219              380
Passes (Att.-Camp.-lnt.)                     28-l 4-l          46-31-O
Return yardage                                         8                17
Punts (No -Avg )                               2-31.5           6-32.7
Fumbles-Lost.                                       3-3               3-2
Penalties-yards                                   8-76          12-l 62
Eastern    Kentucky-Jamie            Lovett 21 field goal, 7.44
Idaho    State-Chns         Corp 17 pass from Mike Ma-
churek (Case de Bruijn kick), 3.07 1Q
Eastern    Kentucky-Ed          Hairston     3 run (kick failed),
14.21 2Q
Idaho State-Dwain            Wilson 6 run (de Bruijn kick),
12:05 20
Idaho State-Charles            Ewing 9 pass from Machurek
(de Bruijn kick), 4.21 20
Idaho State-Wilson           4 run (de Bruijn kick), 0.42 20
Eastern Kentucky-Nlcky               Yeast 2 run (Lovett kick),
5:17 3Q
Idaho State-Lamar           Fite 2 run (pass failed), 1458 40                 Southwest Texas back Donme WIlllams
Eastern     Kentucky-Yeast           4 run (Lovett        kick), 8.13
  First round:  Eastern
Boise State 19, Jackson

Rhode Island 0; South Carolina
                                     35, Delaware
                           State 7: Idaho State 51,
                                 State 26, Tennessee
                                                                                     USC wins in volleybal                                     T
State 25.                                                                          Southern    California        defeated      crosstowi      1 rival
   Semifinals: Eastern Kentucky   23, Boise State 17,                         UCLA, 9-l 5, 15-7. 10-l 5. 15-l 3, 15-7, to win the first
Idaho State 41, South Carolina   State 12.                                    NCAA Division I Women’          s    Volleyball     Championship
                                                                              at Pauley Pavilion in Los Angeles
                                                                                   UCLA won two of the first three games and led
                                                                              12-l 1 in the fourth game, but Southern                            s
          Bobcats finish No. 1                                                Cathy Stukel       served      three successive          winners        to
                                                                              give the Trojans a 14-l 2 lead. Margaret              Grant served
   Mike Miller passed        for three     touchdowns      and                the game-winning         point to tie the match, 2-2.
accumulated       272 yards      In total offense     to lead                      In the decisive      fifth game,        Southern      California
Southwest      Texas State to a 42-13 defeat of North                         jumped       to an 8-l lead and never trailed.                   UCLA
Dakota State in the NCAA Division II Football           Cham-                 closed the margin to 9-7, but the Trojans scored six
pionship    in McAllen,   Texas.                                              unanswered       points to end the match
   Miller teamed with David Vela on scoring passes of                              On its way to the finals, Southern             California,      last
35 and 64 yards and connected            with Vaughn     Deary                year’  s AIAW champion,             defeated      Arizona,      No. l-
for a 44-yard touchdown         pass Miller. a senior, also                    ranked Hawaii and Pacific. The Trojans finished                      the
rushed for 74 yards on 20 carries.                                            season      with a 27-10 record;           UCLA closed          out its
   North Dakota      State took an early lead on a six-                        1981 campaign        at 34-l 1.
play, 69-yard scoring      drive. highlighted      by running                      Southern    California       and UCLA         dominated          the
back Kevin Peters’ 39-yard dash. The Bobcats               tied                all-tournament     team, claiming          five of the six spots.
the game early in the second             quarter   as Donnie                   Stukel, the tournament’     s      most valuable        player, and         MVP Cathy    Stukel   of Southern   Cal

NCAA       News      / 1982     Convention          Issue                                                                                                                                                                      3
Preview of major legislation                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Cronkite will host luncheon
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Walter     Cronkite,       prohahly     the most prominent
                                                                      Financial aid
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          news broadcaster           of all time, will serve as master of
                                                                          No. &G-Seven         Division      II members        have
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ceremonies          for the NCAA          honors luncheon         Jan-
                                                                      submitted     this proposal,        which would create
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          uary 11 in Houston.
                                                                      need-based aid in Division          II, except for tuition
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Cronkite       served for 19 years as anchorman                and
                                                                      and fees and course-related            books. 1)ivision       II
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          managing        editor for the “CBS Evening News with
                                                                      voters defeated this proposal last year.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Walter      Cronkite”        until     his retirement       March     6,
Playing and practice seasons                                              No. 73-This     would correct the reference to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          1981. He assumed             his duties April 16, 1962, when
    No. 32-This          proposal,        sponsored        by the     Basic Educ~ational            Opportunit,y       Grants       to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          the newscast was 15 in length. In
NCAA Council, would-for                  the period between           st.ate “Pell Grant,s” and would               increase     the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          September         I 963, “The CBS Evening News” became
August     1, 1981, and August               1, 198%exempt            amount of the miscellaneous             expense portion of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          network       television’s      first half-hour,      tive-nights-a-
women’  s programs           at NCAA         member institu-          the grant t,hat a student-athlete           could retain in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          week broadcast.
tions from preseason               practice       restrictions,       addition   to tuition,     fees, room and hoard and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Cronkite,       who once was described by Time mag-
playing-season         limitations        and out-of-season           required course~rc?lat,ed books.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          azine as “the single most convincing                   and authori-
practice    limitations.        However,       restrictions     re-       Nos. 75 and 77-Approval              of No. 75 would                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Cronkite
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          tative figure in television           news,” is currently       a CBS
garding       foreign      tours      and the allowable               create financial       aid limitations        for women’    s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          News special correspondent.                  He serves as anchorman             of the CBS News
number of contests would remain in efiect.                            sports in Division I based on equivalencies             in all                              Jlmmy      Brown                                           Willie   Davis                                        Jack      Kemp                                             Ron       Kramer                                        Jim        Swink
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          science magazine             series, “Walter       Cronkite’  s      Universe.”     He also reports
    No. XGSix       Division      I institutions       have suh-      sports except       basketball,        golf, gymnastics,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          regularly       for CBS News on special assignments.                        Cronkite    has covered
mitted this proposal, which would increase the                        tennis and volleyball,          all of which would he
                number       of basketball
               I and II instit.utions
                                               from 27 to 29.
                                                                for   based on head count. A companion
                                                                      77, would establish spcGtic financial
                                                                      tions for women’   s sports in Division
                                                                                                                        piece, No.
                                                                                                                       aid timit,a-
                                                                                                                         II, based
                                                                                                                                                Silver Anniversary A wards recognize                                                                                                                                                 five former athletes                                                                                 virtually
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         every major           news event during          his 31 years as a CBS News

    No. %-This      amendment,          sponsored by sev-
                                                                      on equivalencies      in all sport,s.
                                                                                                                                                    Five former
                                                                                                                                                            will be honored Jan-
                                                                                                                                                                                                         per game in baskethall.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         football,       Brown      scored
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Davis currently
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Willie      ljavis
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    owns the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    of the House Appro-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Committee          and the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   and Detroit
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Lion      football
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          McCarthy earns valor award
eral Division    1 institutions,       seeks to clarify the           Membership       and classification                                       uary 11 in Houston             as winners                points in a 1956 game against                             Company        and radio stations in                Subcommittee          on Defense and                        Jim Swink                                                 Timothy    J. McCarthy,      the United States Secret
ownership     of property      rights.                                   No. 8%The          purpose of t,his Councit~spon-                      of the Association’     s       Silver An-               Colgate and averaged 6.2 yards                            Los Angeles,          Milwaukee          and        Foreign      Operat.ions.        He also                         Swink is the career rushing                       Service agent who was wounded              in a March       30
                                                                      sorecl proposal is to increase membership                       dues      niversary Awards, which are to                           per carry during his senior sea-                          Seattle.     He is the first Black                  was a delegate to the Strategic                             leader at Texas Christian             and              assassination     attempt     on President      Reagan, will
    No. :17-If this amendment           (sponsored by the
                                                                      in two phases to reflect, t,he cost of basic mem-                         honor former st,udent.-at.hletes                         SOn.                                                      and second nonfamily               member           Arms Limitation          Treaty nego-                       still holds Frog game, season                          receive the NCAA’    s    Award of Valor .January 11 at
NCAA Council)        is passed, the Association          will
                                                                      hership services.                                                         who have led distinguished                                   As a member         of the Cleve-                     ever to be appointed                 to the         tiat,ions in Geneva and attend-                             and career scoring records. He                         the honors luncheon        in Houston.
he able t,o establish a system of financial           penal-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ed the .lerusalem           Conference
                                                                         No. 84-A        new membership                division-Divi-           professional         lives after out,-                   land Browns,          Brown     rushed                    .Joseph Schlitz         Brewing        Corn-                                                                    is the only TCU player to rush                            McCarthy      joined    the Secret Service following
ties (not to exceed $50,000 in any single case or                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      on International        Terrorism.
                                                                      sion IV-would        he created by the passage of this                    standing      at,hletic        careers in                for 12,a 12 yards, still a Nation-                        pany board of directors. Before                                                                                 for more than 1,900 yards in a
proceeding) as a disciplinary          measure under the                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  graduation    from the University       of Illinois,   Cham-
                                                                      proposal.    It was defeated at the special Con-                          College   25 years ilg0.                                 al Football     League record. Fol-                       that appoint,ment,               he was a           Ron Kramer                                                  season (1,283 in 1955). In a
NCAA enforcement,           procedure.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    paign, in 1971, where he earned two varsity letters
                                                                      vention in St. Louis.                                                         Winners     of the Silver Anni-                      lowing     his nine-year       foot,batt                  sales and public relations               rep-           Kramer      was a two-time          all-                 1955 game        against,      Texas,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   resentative        for the company                  America       and three-time           all-                                                                        as a defensive halfback.      He spent seven years in the
                                                                         No. 9%This          would reduce the number                       of   versary Awards            are James N.                   career, Brown embarked             on an                                                                                                                                  Swink      rushed    for 235 yards,
Academic requirements                                                                                                                           Brown,      Syracuse          IJniversity                                                                          for seven years.                                    Big Ten Conference            performer                                                                            Chicago field office and then was transferred           to the
                                                                                                                                                                                                         acting career that led him to                                                                                                                                             averaged      15.7 yards per carry
   No. 42-This       heads a small section of only                    sports required         for Division           I1 membership                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Presidential    Protective     Division   under President,
                                                                                                                                                football,    lacrosse,         hasket,ball               appearances         in “The        Dirtv                  Jack Kemp                                           at Michigan.       He was the lead-                         and scored Xl points. His 8%
three proposals.       The purpose of the Councit-                    from six to four; however, at least t,wo of the                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Carter in 1979.
                                                                                                                                                and track        athlete;         Willie     D.          Dozen, ” “Ice Station           Zebra;”                       Kemp      was a two-time              all-      ing Wolverine         receiver during                       yard-per-carry      average in 19%
sponsored amendment              is to refine some of the             sports would have to meet the NCAA definition                                                                                                                                                                                                    each of his three              years      at                                                                          McCarthy     was injured last March when he posi-
                                                                                                                                                Davis, Grambling              Stiite      Uni-           “Rio Conches, ” “One Hundred                              conferenc.o quarterback               at Oc-                                                                    set a Southwest           Conference
language contained        in t,he satisfactory-progress               of a team sport.                                                          versit.y foot,hall         player;        dack                                                                                                                         Michigan,       catching       53 passes                    record that stilt stands. He also                      tioned himself between the potential            assassin and
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Rifles”     and “Riot,”          among                    ciclental and earned Little All-
                                                                         No. 94-Fourteen          I)ivision      III members have                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Reagan. He was struck in the abdomen                 by a .22                        McCarthy
legislation   that was passed at the 1981 Con-                                                                                                  Kemp,       Occidental               College             others.                                                   America          honors.          He also           for 880 yards during his career.                            was a two-year          letterman        in
vention.    Specifically,     it would stipulate        that          sponsored this legislation,             which would c.reat,e              football     and t.rack athlete;                                                                                   established       a school record in                He averaged          20.4 points        per                 basketball.                                            caliber bullet and knocked to the ground by the impact.                        He was hospit,alized
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Willie Davis
the satisfactory-progress           rule applies to regu-             an enrollment        restriction        within      Division      III.    Konald .I. Kramer,             University                     Davis was selected to several                        the javelin as a member of the                      game in basketball           as a junior                        Swink now is an orthopedic                         hut has since recovered and is back on duty.
lar-season competition          in Division II (as well as            According      to the proposal,             institut,ions        that     of Michigan         football,          basket-           alt~America       teams as a colte-                       t,rack team. Kemp played pro-                       and earned         three      letters     in                surgeon and chief of surgery at
                                                                      meet existing Division            III membership            criteria
Division I) and would require a student-athlete
who has completed           a season of eligibility        to         and have an enrollment                that cloths not exceed
                                                                                                                                                hall and track at,hlete, and .Jim
                                                                                                                                                Swink,     Texas Christian                IJni-
                                                                                                                                                                                                         gian at. Grambling,
                                                                                                                                                                                                         was a two-time
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      where he
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                team captain.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   fessional football
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   leading     Buffalo
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              for 13 years,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             to American
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       basketball         and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       played professionally
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   track.      He
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        with the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   All Saints
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Hospital      in Fort
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               He served one year in                      Bryant to be honored for 315th
meet the established        standards       before compet-            3,SOO would be classified in a new membership                             versity football        and basketball                   Following        his college       days,                  Football       League          champions            Green Bay Packers.                                          Vietnam       as a hospital         unit                  Paul “Bear” Bryant, who became the winningest
ing in a second season.                                               subdivision     (Division      III-A).                                    player.                                                   ljavis gained his greatest, pro-                         ships in 1964 and 1965, when he                         Kramer       current,ly       is vice-                  captain     and as hatt,alion        sur-              coach in the history of intercollegiate            football     this
                                                                         No. 9%This         proposal, also from a group of                      Jimmy Brown                                                                                                        was selected at the AFI,‘ most     s                president      and part owner of
                                                                                                                                                                                                         fessional     fame during         his 10                                                                                                                                  geon on front-line        duty during                  season, will he recognized .lanuary 11 at. the NCAA
Television                                                            Division    III institutions,           would limit          enrotl-         Though       Brown        was one of                                                                            valuable       player.      llis jersey-            the Paragon          Steel Corpora-
                                                                                                                                                                                                          years    with     the Green         Bay                                                                                                                                  combat       and was dccorat,ecl                       honors luncheon         in Houston.
   No. 47-The       purpose of this proposal          is to           ment for a Division              III instirut.ion         to :5,500       the great,&       football pla.vers in                                                                             No. 15-k         retired       in t,he Pro          tion, with responsibilities               in
                                                                                                                                                                                                         l’ackers.     He never missed a                                                                                tahor relations,      customer       rela-                 with     the Purple       Heart,      the                 Bryant’s      record-setting      315th victory     came No-
specify in the constitution         and bylaws NCAA                   students.                                                                 the history of the game, he was                                                                                    Football      Hall of Fame.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         game while with the Packers                                                                                   tions and sales. Kramer             also is                 Bronze Star, the Army              Com-                vember 28 as Alabama                defeated   Auburn,      28-17.
controls    over all forms of football        television,                                                                                       a multisport        athlete          at Syra-
                                                                      Recruiting                                                                cuse, gaining all-America                  rec-          and played          on five world-                           Presently,  Kemp represents                       vice-president      of a new restau-                       mendation        Medal      for Valor                  With that victory, Bryant moved past Amos Alon-
including    cablecasting.      The Council-sponsored                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     zo Stagg as the all-time        leader in coaching victories.
                                                                         No. 9%Tryouts             would he permitted         under             oenition        in lacrosse               and            championship        teams. He was a                       the 38th District  of New York                       rant, chain in Michigan               and                  and the Vietnamese             Cross of
legislation   also would establish        autonomy       for                                                                                      c7

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Bryant     ent,ered the 1981 season trailing            both Pop
                                                                      limit,ed    circumstances          if this Council-span-                  averaging as much as 14 points                            six-time all-pro selection.                              in the U.S. Congress. He is a                        provides analysis for 6lichigan                            Gallantry.
each division in acting on television          principles                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Warner      and Stagg, but, the Crimson                  s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Tide’ 9-2-l
                                                                      sored legislation        were approved.        It stipulates
and would restructure          the Football   Television                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  season propelled Bryant            to the top.
                                                                      six conditions        under which any tryout            would
Committee.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    He has led the (:rimson             Tide to five national
                                                                      have to be conducted;            No. 97, sponsored by six
   No. 49-If passed, this proposal would allow
the Committee       on Infractions     or the Council to
                                                                      Division     I institutions,
                                                                      t,he conditions.
                                                                                                        would amend three of
                                                                                                                                                       1982 NCAA Convention                                                                              schedule                                                                                                                                                                         championships,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          233 consecutive
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 12 Southeastern       Conference
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                bowl games and a 224-42-9 record.

impose television       sanctions    in sports in which                                                                                                                                                                                                   630am-8am                 Southwest     Athletic    Conference                                            Meeting Room Locations                                                Overall, his teams have won 31S, lost 81 and had 17
                                                                         Nos. 101 and lO%These                   would    establish                                                  Monday,        January          11                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Bryant
the NCAA does not control live programming.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Breakfast                                   ARB     II
                                                                      diRerent      recruiting      and evaluation      periods in                     lime                     Event
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          6.30 a.m.-8 a.m.          Big Ten Conference          Breakfast          ARB     IV
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Hyatt Regency Hotel
Amateurism                                                            t,hose states in which women’             s    basketball     is                 6.30 a.m.4      a.m      Missouri     Valley Conference                                            6:30 a.m.-8 a.m.          Southern     Conference       Breakfast        ARB     III
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Bryant began his career at Maryland              with a S-2-1 record and then provided
   No. 50-Submitted        on the premise that it will                played    in the fall.                                                                                       Breakfast                                    Redbud                    6.30 a m -8 a m           Southland     Conference                                                     Room                                               Location              Kentucky       with its most successful foothall era wit,h a SO-23 record. He then
                                                                                                                                                       6.30 a m -8 a m          East Coast Conference                                                                                  Breakfast                                   WIIIOW                        Arboretum        (ARB    I through         V)      Second       Floor    moved to Texas A&M               for four years, establishing        a 25-14-2 record before
help in the development        ofwomen        coaches, this           Championships                                                                                                Breakfast                                    Ralntree                  6.30 a.m.4       a.m      West Coast Athletic         Conference         Redbud                        Ballroom      (Imperial)                           Third    Floor        returning     t,o Alabama,      his alma mater, in 1959.
legislation    would permit        a student-athlete       t.o           No. IIO-This           proposal       seeks to establish                      7 a m -8 a.m.            Major Independents         Athletic                                                                    Breakfast                                                                 Cedar                                              Fourth     Floor
coach or teach in his or her sport. It stipulates,                    terminal    championships           in Divisions      II and 111.                                            Association     Breakfast                    Holly                     6.30 a.m -8 a.m           Caltfornia   Collegiate      Athletic          Dogwood          A
however, that such employment,
by the student-athlete’  s      institution
                                              could not be
                                                  and that it
                                                                      No. 110, sponsored by the Exec:ut,ive Commit-
                                                                                                                                                       7 a.m.-8 a m
                                                                                                                                                       7 a m.-8 a.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                NCAA Nominating
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Cottonwood                7 a m.-8 a.m
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    NCAA Council
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ARB V
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    (A and B)                       Third
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Floor        76th annual Convention                                                           notes
                                                                      tee, would make all II and III events t,erminal;                                                            Conference       Breakfast                                              7am-8am                   Big East Conference          Breakfast         Cedar                         Dogwood        (A and B)                           Third    Floor
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              l Next     year, the NCAA            Conven-        State      [Jniversity;     Sondra     Norrell-
could not be arranged by the institution                 or a         Nos. 111 and 112 would modify                      the existing                  8 a.m.-l 1:30 a.m.       Division   I Round Table                        imperial East             7 a.m.-9     a m.         Southwestern       Athletic                                                  Ebony                                              Fourth     Floor
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          tion heads west t,o San Diego, where                    Thomas,       Howard University;         Walter
representative     of its athletic     interests.                     executive     regulation       [2-%(c:)j but stilt would                         8 a.m.-l 1:30 a.m.       Division   ii Round Table                       Regency                                                Conference      Breakfast                   Mesquite                      Esplanade        Foyer                             Third    Floor
                                                                                                                                                       8 a.m.-11:30 a.m.        Division   tti Round Table                      AR6 I, ii, lit                                                                                                                                                                      Fourth     Floor
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          it wilt he conducted        danuary 10-12 at            Reed,       *Jackson    State    liniversity;
                                                                      allow a small number of athletes t,o advance to                                                                                                                                     8 a.m.-noon               NCAA Business          Session                 Imperial      Ballroom        Holly
Eligibility                                                                                                                                            8 a.m.-noon              National   Fencing   Coaches                                              8 a.m.-5 p m.             NCAA Registration                              Esplanade  Foyer              Hugo’ s    Library                                 Second        Floor   the Town and Country              Hotel. Other          JoAnn       Williams,    St. Andrews        Pres-
                                                                      the Division      I championships.                                                                          Associabon                                    Ponderosa                 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.          NOCSAE                                         AR0 I                                                                                                  future      dates and sit,es are January                byterian       College,   and Frank         Win-
     No. 54-The      Council has sponsored this pro-                                                                                                   8 a m.-5 p.m             NCAA Registration
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Imperial    Ballroom                               Third    Floor
                                                                         Nos. II 7 and 1 l&Both              are reac,tions to the                                                                                              Esplanade       Foyer     11.30 a.m.-2 p.m.         NFFHF Council         Luncheon                 ARB II and Ill                                                                                         9-11, 1984, Dallas,          Texas; January             degger,      Texas Christian       University,
posal to alter the five-year rule in Divisions                  II                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Live Oak                                           Fourth      Floor
                                                                                                                                                       8 a m.-noon              Jomt Commission       on
                                                                      1)ivision I Men’ Basketball                Committee’  s     pro-                                                                                                                   Noon-l.30   p.m.          Staff and Vohng Committee                                                    Magnolia                                           Third    Floor        7-9, 198.5, Atlanta,       Georgia, and -Jan-           chair.
and III. The existing five-calendar-year                iimita-                                                                                                                   Competitive    Safeguards                     Mesquite                                               Luncheon                                    Redbud
                                                                      posed reduction         in the number- of conferences                            12130 p.m.-Z:1 5                                                                                                                                                                                          Mesquite                                           Third    Floor        uary 6-8, 1986, New Orleans, Loui-
tion on eligibility      would be replaced by legisla-                                                                                                                                                                                                    Noon-1      :30 II m      NCAA Football       Televlslon                                                                                                                                                                                   l Last  year’ Convention
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  s                  in Miami
                                                                      qualifying      automatic:ally          for the Ilivision          I               p.m.                   NCAA Honors Luncheon                            imperial      Ballroom                                                                                                           Pecan                                              Fourth      Floor     siana.
tion that would call for a five-year limit based                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Committee      Luncheon                     Mesquite                                                                                                                                                       Beach set nine attendance            records
                                                                      Men’ Basketball
                                                                            s                    Championship.            In No. 117,                  1.30 p m -5 pm.          NOCSAE                                          ARB   I                   Noon-l      .30 p.m                                                                                    Ponderosa                                          Fourth      Floor          l Members      of t,hree key 1982 Con-
on residence.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Southeastern                                                                                                                                                                                                  (one of which&Division           I members
                                                                      the Trans America             Athletic,      Conference       has                3 p.m.-3:30 p.m.         NCAA Opening Session                            imperial      Ballroom                                 Conference/Atlantic          Coast          Dogwood                       Raintree                                           Fourth      Floor
    No. %-This         legislation,     sponsored       by the                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            vention       committees      are as follows:           attending-was       broken at the special
                                                                                                                                                       3:30 p.m.-S p.m.         NCAA General Round Table                        imperial      Ballroom                                 ConferenceIBlg         Eight                                              Redbud                                             Third    Floor
                                                                      submitted      a resolution        that would direct the                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Credentials-Richard                A. Clower,
Pacific-10 Conference,          is being considered for a                                                                                              5pm-7pm.            NCAA Dlvislon       I-AA Football                                                                           Conference      Luncheon                                                  Regency                                            Second        Floor                                                           Convention      in St. Louis). The total
                                                                      Executive      Committee          to study methods             for                                     Meetmg                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Western Maryland            College, chair; C.
second time. If passed, it would                   allow      the                                                                                                                                                                                         1:30 p.m.-6 p.m.           NCAA Business         Sesston                 imperial      Ballroom        Sandalwood          (A and 8)                      Fourth      Floor                                                             number of delegates at the 1981 Con-
                                                                      accommodating           “all champions           of automatics-                  5.30 p.m.-6.30 p m. NCAA Men’ Committee
                                                                                                                                                                                        s                  on                                             6.30 p.m.-a p.m.           NCAA Council                                  ARB V                                                                                                   Donald       Cook, Fairfield       IJniversity,
redshirting     of freshmen in Division I and would                                                                                                                          Committees
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 WlliOW                                             Fourth      Floor                                                             vention,    1,314, broke the previous
                                                                      qualifying     conferences       in iltt fut,ure llivision         I                                                                                      Pecan                     8 p m.-10 p m              NCAA Nommahng           Committee             Pecan                                                                                                  and Judith        Hirsch,    California      St.ate
require incoming        freshmen at Divisions          I and II                                                                                        5.30 p m -7 p.m.    NCAA Council                                         ARB V                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             record by 205. Among the major at-
                                                                      Men’  s Basketball          Championships.”             No. 1 1 X,                                                                                                                  a.15 pm                    NCAA Nominating         CommIttee                                                                                                                    University,         Hayward.         Memorial
institutions     to have graduated from high school                                                                                                    5.30 p m -7 p m     Mudwestern      City Conference                      Ebony                                                  Dinner                                      Ebony                                                                                                                                                          tendance      records     are registered
                                                                      sponsored by the Midwestern                 (:ity (:onference,                   5.30 p.m.-7 p.m     Southern    Intercollegiate                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ResoluGons-Mary            Ellen Cloninger,
with an accumulative              grade-point     average of                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      voters (623), active members attend-
                                                                      is a resolution      t,hat, seeks to allot 50 percent of                                               Athletic   Conference                              Cottonwood        C                                 Wednesdav. - ~ Januarv                    13                                                                                                           IJniversity     of Wyoming;       Rev. Joseph
2.750 or higher in order to be eligible immedi-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ing (578), Division        I members       at-
                                                                      the positions      in the bracket for the 1983 Divi-                             5:30 p.m -7 p m     North Central Conference                             Live Oak                  Time                       Event                                                                                                                                                 Eagan, llniversity        ol’ San Francisco,
ately for varsity competition.                                                                                                                         7 p.m.              NOCSAE      Dinner                                   AR6 II                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            tending    (291), Division      11 members
                                                                      sion I Men’    s      Basketball         Championship            to                                                                                                                 6.30 a m.-7.30  a m ECAC Executive     Council                                                                                                                                   chair; Kenneth         L. Gardner,        North-
     No. SO-Sponsored         by the Pacific-10        Confer-                                                                                         7 p m -10 p.m.      National   Athletic    Steering                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        attending      (1.53) and Division        111
                                                                      champions        of autonlatic.-c~uatif’   ying          confer-                                                                                                                                           Breakfast                                         Dogwood          A                                                                                     east Missouri        State University,         and
ence, this legislation         would permit a student-                                                                                                                       Committee                                          Sandalwood
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          6.30 a m -7 30 a m Pacific Coast Athletic                                                                                                                                                                                               members attending        (187).
                                                                      ences.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Gary       N. Wodder,        LJnivcrsity          of
athlete injured at a junior college to be consid-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Association  Breakfast                            Cottonwood
ered for a hardship ruling at a Division              I NCAA          Governance
                                                                                                                                                                                     Tuesday,       January             12                                6.30 a.m.-8 a.m.    Big East Conference       Breakfast                  Mesquite                                                                                                Scranton.      Voting-Mary         R. Barrett,            l The     122 proposals      in the 1982
                                                                                                                                                       Time                     Event                                                                     8 a.m.-noon                NCAA Business         Session                 imperial      Ballroom                                                                                  Boston State College; Rudy Carva-                      Convention        program     could be con-
member institution.                                                      No. 119--Submitt.ed        by t,hr Big Eight (Jon-
                                                                                                                                                       6:30 a.m.-8    a m       Pacific Coast Athletic                                                    8am-llam                   NCAA Reglstratlon                             Esplanade            Foyer                                                                             jal, California       State University,         Ha-     sidered    iit)OLl t, average     for recent
     No. fjl-Passage        of this amendment            would        ference, this proposal would increase the size of                                                            Associahon        Breakfast                 Cottonwood         A       130pm-5pm                  NCAA All-Star   Hugh School                                                                                                                           kersfield;    Bruce A. Grimes, U&ersi-                 years. It is a long way from the record
allow a waiver of the transfer                 residence       re-    the Council to 30 by adding eight positions         f'o~                         6.30 a.m.-8    a.m       Gulf South Conference                                                                                  Games CommIttee                             Live Oak
quirement      for a student-athlete          enrolled at an          Division   1 representatives.    It also would specif?/                                                      Breakfast                                   Sandalwood         A                                                                                ARB V
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ty of Wisconsin,       Green Bay; Edward               high of 2S7 (St. Louis, 197S), hut it
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          2pm-5pm                    NCAA Council
institution     that has been placed on probation                     that there are to be two vice-presidcmts         from                            6 30 a m.-8 a.m.         Ivy League Breakfast                           Ebony                      3.30 p m -5 p m            Mid-Continent   Conference                    Holly                                                                                                   L. Hanson, Montana            State Universi-          also is considerably      more than the 48
for the duration        of the student-at,hlete’   s       eligi-     each district,    with one from each district         to                         6.30 a m -8 a.m.         Western     Athletic    Conference                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ty; Ron Koperski,         Bradley      [Jniversi-      proposals delegates considered at the
                                                                                                                                                                                   Breakfast                                    Live Oak                                                                                                                                                                                                   ty; Hilly M. Miller, Southwest. Texas                  1971 meeting.
bility.                                                               represent, I&vision     1-A Foot.ball.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           / 1982                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 5
4                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     NCAA          News               Convention                Issue
NCAA awards 25 postgraduate                                                                                                                                                                       scholarships
   The NCAA     bus awarded         postgraduate      scholurship                              Athletic    Conference         record    for total offense        In a season                      political science    honor society.          John App Honor Society
worth $2,000 each to 2.5 football    student-athletes     who have                             Second-leading          career     passer     for Emory       and Henry,      ranking              Treasurer     of Inter Fraternity      Council          Plans to continue
excel1ed in the classroom     and on the field.                                                behind only former great Sonny Wade                           Student    representa-               studies   at Dickinson       Law School              Coach    William   Mall.
                                                                                               tive on two faculty committees                    Various     honor societies                      “Daniel   is an outstanding       representative    of Susquehanna       Uni-
   The program,   now in its 17th year, has aurnrrhd          $1,634
                                                                                               Eastman      Kodak ScholarshIp            wmner             Harry S Truman          Na-            versity. His ability to combine       excellence    both as a student    and
million  to 1289 student-clthletes.       TV qualify,    u student-
                                                                                               honal     ScholarshIp       semtfinallst              English      Speaking      Union             athlete is something      not all can achieve.    He is the most outstand-
athlete   must mvlntrrln     a minlmum          3.00 grade-point                               Award     (summer       study at Oxford)                Dean’   s   list        Coach              mg student-athlete      I have had the pleasure       of coaching     ”
uveruge vn u 4.00 scule (or its eyuiualent)           und prfvrm                               Larry Bales: “Marty          showed       a willingness       to contribute     to the
with &stinction   in his or her sport.                                                               s
                                                                                               team’ success         in lieu of self-gratification.        At times, he suggest-                  MAX ALLEN REGULAIWashington         and Jefferson College de-
                                                                                               ed that he be removed               from competition           in favor of another                 fensive backllatrobe, PennsylvaniaI3.68     in economics  and
Division              I                                                                        mdlvidual      who could         better    help the team in that particular                        English
RICHARD DIANA/Yale University runnlng back/Hamden,                                    Con-     stuahon.”                                                                                             All&onference         m Presidents’         Athletic   Conference         last year
necticut/3.42 In molecular biophysics and biochemistry                                                                                                                                                    Academic        all-Amenca               Ranked    seventh     nationally     in
                                                                                               GREGORY MICHAEL WORSOWICZIUniverslty                                       of the South            pini returns in 1978               Led team in interceptions            In 1978.
    NCAA Today’   s     Top Five Award finalist               Football    wnters’
                                                                                               safety/Jacksonville, Florida/3.66 in biology                                                       Four-year       starter         Starting     center fielder on baseball           team
all-America     selection      in 1981            Second-team        Associated
                                                                                                   Team captain                 Led College      Athletic     Conference         in inter-               Who’ Who.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             s                  Omicron       Delta Epsilon (honorary          econom-
Press all-America,        1981         National     Football  Foundation       and
                                                                                               cephons        and was second           in punt returns              First-team        Little      its fraternity)             Dean’s     list        Plans to attend        law school
Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete                 Fifth Yale player in history to
                                                                                               All-Amenca          selection.     1981          Kodak all-America            Division       III          Coach Patrick         Mondock        “Max IS a natural      leader and has
accumulate      2.000 career yards               Also an excellent      baseball
                                                                                               selection              Team’ s most valuable         player in 1980.               Sixth in        the respect of his team and coaches                  He is a loyal, hard-working
player who establlshed         Bulldog home-run        record last spring
                                                                                               Division     Ill in kickoff returns m 1979                 Order of the Gownsmen                   team man who will do anythlng                for the betterment       of the team ”
Member      of Yale fishing team              Yawkey      and Fisher Scholar-
                                                                                                        Disc jockey         for campus        radio station                 Member          of
ship wmners               Plans to become         orthopedic     surgeon                       Omicron         Delta Kappa               Holds 11 single-season             and career            CHARLES LESTER ANDERSON/Furman           University                           offensive
Coach Carmen        Cozza. “Rich has a great sense of values and is                            records              Wilkm Scholar.              Member       Sewanee        student      fire
highly admired      and respected       by his teammates         and coaches.
                                                                                                                                                                                                  tackle/Montgomery, Alabama/B.09 in hlstory
                                                                                               department                 Math tutor for elementary            school    student                     Set school       record      for offensive       linemen      with 33 consecutive
His record and accomplishments              have been IncredIble        ”                      Woods       Leadership         Award           Dean’s list             Baseball      letter-       starts          Voted team’        s    best offensive        llneman      In 1980
                                                                                               man              Coach      Horace      Moore.    “When       I address        all the at-         Team capiain                  Most valuable         freshman        m 1978            Two-
OLIVER LUCK/West        Virginia               University      quarterback/Cleve-              tributes     of Greg Worsowicz,            you must forgive        me for dealing            in    time honorable          mention       all-Amenca                 Recipient     of Jacobs
land, Ohio/3.96 in hlstory                                                                     superlatives.        He is the finest athlete I have coached               in my career            Blocking   Trophy         in Southern          Conference               All-conference
    1981 academic          all-America      selection           Owns many Moun-                of 31 years.”                                                                                      and academic         all-conference                  Selected     for 1981 Blue-Gray
taineer    offensive      records,     including      pass completions,          passing
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Classic           Dean’   s     list          Young      Democrats                Plans to
yardage      and total offense                Led West Virginia         to 8-3 record          WILLIAM RICHARD                 BEACH/Wittenberg     University                  defensive
                                                                                                                                                                                                  attend Cumberland              School      of Law at Samford            Unlverslty
and Peach         Bowl berth                Honorable        mention     selection      on     halfback/Johnstown,             Ohio/3.75 in biology
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Coach Dick Sheridan:              “Charles      isan outstandmg         student-athlete
Associated       Press all-Amenca           team           Played practically         per-         American        Football    Coaches         Association       Dlvlslon    Ill all-Amert-
                                                                                                                                                                                                  whose    character          and personality            match     his mtellectual        and
fect game against Temple as a junior, completing                      20 of 27 passes          ca selection               Winner of Critchfield            Award, presented           to best
                                                                                                                                                                                                  athletic abilities.     He IS the kind of student-athlete               who will reflect
for 314 yards and four touchdowns                     with no mtercephons                      defensive        back-linebacker          in 14-member          Ohio Athletic         Confer-
                                                                                                                                                                                                  credit upon college           athlehcs      throughout       his life.”
Member       of West Virgmla           German       Club and Mountam              (men’s       ence             Lettered     as freshman         for NCAA Division          III runner-up
honorary      fratermty)              Achve      speaker     to church,      CIVIC and                  Started from sophomore                year on             Captain     of specialty        JAY RICHARD PATTERSON/East        Tennessee                         State University
youth groups                 Volunteer      for Easter Seals                Dean’ s    list    iei-k.             Fall fmallst for NCAA’        s Today’    s    Top Five Award
                                                                                                                                                                                                  offensive lineman/Morristown, Tennesseel3.76                          in biology
       Coach Don Nehlen: “Oliver                IS extremely     mtelllgent     and lust       Alternated         between      strong      safety and cornerback                throughout            Two-time     honorable      menhon       all-Southern       Conference
as physlcally       talented       He IS truly an excephonal            young man ”            career              Two-hme      first-team       academic       all-America        selection      Academic       all-conference                 Second-team            academic       all-
                                                                                                        Active     in student      government                  Member       of American           Amenca              Named     team’ s   offensive      player of the week five
JOHN NORMAN BETTS/Unlversity                            of Michigan         tight     end/     Ang’   us Association        and one-third          partner’ in 4-B Angus Farm (50                 times          Team captain                 Dean’ s     list all four years
Mldland, Mlchiganl3.63 In biology                                                              head of cattle)                   Rhodes        Scholar      nominee                Fulbright      Natlonal     honor society       of Phi Kappa          Phi            Fellowship      of
   First-team      academic      all-America     selection     In 1981            Three-       Scholar               Ernsberger        Scholar              Ohio Angus Association                ChrIstian    Athletes           Student     representative         for health advi-
time selection        on all-Big Ten Conference              academic        team              Scholar                Coach       Dave Maurer.           “Bill    Beach      is the most          sement     committee              Plans to attend          medical     school     upon
Second-leadlng            recetver      on 1980 Wolverine              team with       17      popular       athlete on campus.           He is admired         and respected          for his    graduation             Coach     Jack Carlisle.       “Jay is a natural         leader
catches     for 161 yards              Winner of Michigan’    s       Matthel Award,           mental aptitude,          his physical       talent, but most of all for the kind of               because of his hustle and desire at the games and on the prachce
presented       for leadershlp               Researched        effects    of drug use          person he is.”                                                                                     field He IS a 100 percent         player ”
and spoke         to team about          results    of research                 Rhodes
Scholar     candidate              Active m campus          chapter     of Athletes      In    LARRY MARVIN EGBERT/Ohio        Northern University                             halfback/
                                                                                               New Bremen, OhioI3.70 in civil engineering                                                         DOMENICK          JOSEPH REINA/University                  of the South         running
Action            Winner of James B. Angel1 Scholarship                          Honors
                                                                                                   Started career at quarterback           but was moved to halfback            as a              back/Tampa,        Florida/3.62 in biology
convocation.         1980-81              President      of Michigamua           (senior
                                                                                               funtor. where he earned          all-Oh10 Athlehc        Conference        recognl-                   Rushed for 2,202 yards and 16 touchdowns                    In varsity career
honor society).              Coach Bo Schembechler:                “Norm     is a nearly                                                                                                                 Also caught       30 passes for 183 yards and one touchdown
                                                                                               tion        Averaged     6.9 yards per carry as a junior and passed for
faultless    tight end who has consistently                graded      highly in each                                                                                                                     Three-time      all&onference        selectlon    In College       Athlehc
                                                                                               another     102         Placed    in top 10 in OAC m both rushmg                 and
game he has played for Mlchlgan.                  He also is a brilliant         student                                                                                                          Conference              Established     school career records          for rushing
who has achieved          goals that rank among the highest ever earned                        total offense            One of best blocking          backs     in league
                                                                                               Two-ttme     winner of Thomas         Smull Academic        Award.           Honor-                attempts     and rushing       yards         Led conference          in rushing    in
 by a Michigan       football    player ”                                                                                                                                                         sophomore        and senior seasons        and was second        as a junior
                                                                                               able mention      all-OAC    as a senior desptte         missing    three games
                                                                                               with injuries.         Omicron     Delta Kappa            American      Society of                 Natlonal     dean’ s list          Order of the Gownsmen                    Wilkms
JOHN JOSEPH KRIMM JR./University       of Notre Dame corner-                                                                                                                                      ScholarshIp             Premed club             Treasurer    for Green Ribbon
                                                                                               Civil Engineers            Dean’s list           Michael     Baker Jr. Scholar-
back/Columbus, Ohio/3.66 in philosophy                                                                                                                                                            Society             Has been accepted            for medlcal      school     at the
                                                                                                ship winner.          Coach Wallace        Hood. “I would have to say that
    First-team       selection     on Newspaper              Enterprise    Association                                                                                                            University     of Florida            Coach   Horace     Moore.     “Domenick       IS
                                                                                                In 25 years of coachmg        htgh school and college           football.    I have
all-Amenca        squad           Assoctated          Press all-America      honorable                                                                                                            the fmest overall running          back I have ever coached            HIS charac-
                                                                                                never had a more versatile          player    He IS respected       by students.
mention               Three-year        starter     for Irish and four-hme           letter                                                                                                       ter and leadership         have been great contnbuting             factors    in our
                                                                                               faculty and opponents.”
winner             Recogmzed          as a good defender.             sure tackler     and                                                                                                        success     over the last three years ”
outstanding         punt returner                 Led Notre         Dame    defense       In   ROBERT JOHN GREGORY/Northwest                             Missouri      State University
minutes       played in 1980               Returned        pass 49 yards for touch-            IinebackerIRaytown, Missouri/100                       in political     science                    TAD GERALD WAMPFLER/University          of Toledo                           defensive
down agatnst Mlchlgan             In 1980              Led Irish secondary        with 51          Team captain               Missouri    Intercollegiate       Athletic     Associa-             back/Cherry Hill, New JerseyI3.76 in marketing
tackles     In 1980                 s
                               Dean’ list              Judlclal    hall board member           tion player of the week in 1981 season-opening                   victory over NAIA                    Second-team         all-Mid Amencan           Athlehc     Conference     last year
          Ranks     47th m class           of 582 after SIX semesters                          finalist Pittsburg      State         Outstanding        defensive      player award                      Academic      all-conference               Two-year      starter in defensive
Congressional          intern in summer         of 1981             Plans on career in         for 1980           In addition    to linebacking       duties, played on kickoff                   backfield                  s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Dean’ list all four years                  Beta Gamma       Sigma
law            Coach      Gerry Faust         “This     IS my first year     in college        team, punt coverage            team and punt return team                        “Hoot”             (honorary      business      fraternity)           Judicial    board          Student
football,    but I am certain that John Krimm exemplifies                    the best In       Hollins. Berndt Angman           and NWMSU          Regents Scholarships                           representabve         for athletic       grievance       committee             Played
college athletics.         He is a truly remarkable             young man.”                    Candidate      for Harry S Truman            Scholarship              Coach James                  basketball      and softball          on intramural        teams           Hopes      to
                                                                                               Redd. “Chip’   s     teammates       respect    him. and they depend              on his           become       president      of large business         someday        and WIII pursue
GRANT DYKE “VAN” DARKOW/Universlty                             of Mlssouri,         Colum-     leadershlp       Chip IS a posltlve       person     and everyone          belleves    In          master of business           administration       after graduation             Coach
bia, Ilnebacker/Columbla, Mfssouri/3.67                      In blology                        him.”                                                                                              Chuck      Stobart.     “Tad is one of the most dependable,                  Intense.
    Among leadlng tacklers         for Tangenne           Bowl champion           Tigers                                                                                                          consistent      players     on our team         He IS an over-achiever         on the
       Had 15 tackles      m narrow 6-O loss to Nebraska                 m 1981                MICHAEL ALAN MILLER/Southwest                             Texas State University                   athletic field and In the classroom,             which I belleve IS the greatest
Returned       pass interceptlon      44 yards in 1981 and had intercep-                       quarierback/LaGrange, Texas/S.91                       in physical education                       recommendahon             you can give a young man.”
tion return for touchdown           as a sophomore                     Elected      team          Led Southwest          Texas State to Dlvlsion           II championship
capram              Most valuable      player      In 1980 Liberty          Bowl               Was catalyst       for spectacular        option attack that averaged             482 3            ERIC HOWARD LINDQUIST/University       of Nebraska, Lincoln,
Selected     several hmes as Tiger defensive              player of the week                   yards    per game         (best in nation)                 Owns     several     Bobcat             defensive back/Plattsmouth, NebraskaI3.64    in general busi-
Served      on Chancellor’ s      Committee           for Equal Opportunity              in    smgle-season         and career records                Averaged      more than four                ness
Athletics     and an advisory      committee          for the athletic      academic           yards per rush over career.                  First-team     college    dlvlslon    1981               Three-time       academic      all-conference         selectlon     In Big Eight
counselmg         unit       Nahonal      Football       Foundation       and Hall of          academic      all-America       selection             Team captain               Presi-            Conference               Second-team          all-Big    Eight Conference          this
Fame Scholar-Athlete                  Dean’ s     list         University      Scholar         dent of campus          chapter   of Fellowshtp        of Chnshan      Athletes                    season             Nme career      interceptions               Second-team        aca-
and winner of Ben Brasher             Scholarship                Plans on medical              Physlcal    Educahon        Award for Leadershlp,           Service    and Achleve-                demic all-America         last year            National      Football    Foundation
career            Coach Warren       Powers’ “Van is the type of athlete                       ment          Physical       Education      Award for Academic            Excellence               and Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete               nominee             Dean’ s list
who IS the heart of college              football        He does not have the                         Plans career          in school      administration                Coach     Jim            FellowshIp      of Chnstian    Athletes            ScholarshIp      chair for Sigma
superstar       type of ablltty,     but he probably             plays     better     and      Wacker      “Mike      IS a man of outstandlng            character     and lntegnty               Chi fraternity.          Active speaker.              Plans to further education
contributes       more to his team than most superstars                 ”                      and leads both on and off the field. He IS not only one of the most                                by attending      law school            Coach Tom Osborne.            “Ric IS a very
                                                                                               outstanding      players that I have ever coached,              but one of the most                lntelllgent   player and is a great team player. as well as bemg one
                                                                                               outstanding      individuals     I have ever known.”                                               of the best leaders          we have on the squad                He has excellent
KEVIN ERICK DENNIS/West                     Texas State Unlversity             offensive
guard/Abilene, Teras/3.70                 in computer lnformatlon               systems                                                                                                           character     and has given freely of his time to young people in the
    Four-year       starter for Buffaloes               Helped      team gain three            At large                                                                                           community        and state.”
Missouri       Valley Conference           rushing    titles in four years                     TRAVIS CASE HOLCOMBE/Brown         University offensive                              guard/
All-conference           selection     and honorable         mention      all-Amenca           Phoenix, Arlzonal3.90 In biomedical engineering                                                    TIMOTHY STEPHAN FINN/University          of Dubuque   running
         Team      captain             Second-team         academic       all-America             Team captain       and two-year     starter           Three-year     letterman                  back/Stockton, lllinois13.54 in business and physical educa-
selectIon              Fellowshtp      of ChrIshan      Athletes             Computer                  Key blocker     for offense that averaged         nearly 400 yards per                     tion
Science       Associabon                Achve    m church        affairs          Presi-       game             Also member       of university’ s      crew team as No. 4                           Academic       all-Amenca               Set school single-season          rushing
dent’ honor roll and dean’ honor rolls                        Worked     in computer           oarsman               Chair of Athletes        in Action    group            Brown                 record     with 931 yards last season                      Second-team       all-Iowa
division    of Diamond           Shamrock      Corporahon         last summer                  Christian     Fellowship           Winner       of 1981 Beinecke         Memorial                  Intercollegiate       Athletic    Conference       last year          Team captain
Coach Bill Yung. “Kevin is a strong Chrlstlan                   who Influences        the      Scholarship.            Plans to attend medical school and hopes to be                                    Also played basketball           (guard)    and baseball      (second     base)
team with his lifestyle,            words    and deeds.       He was a quiet but               a medical      missionary           Coach      John Anderson:        “Travis    IS a                      Earned seven varsity letters In three sports                       Dean’ s list
outstanding        leader of the 1981 football team.”                                          stable,    mature young man who is sympathetic                  to the needs of                            Who’  s   Who               Reporter     for school      newspaper
                                                                                               others.    He led this year’    s team by his insptratlon            and perfor-                   Member        of student       government       association             Coach      Don
Divisions                 II and III                                                           mance on the field. which is even more remarkable
                                                                                               consider     that he has had to block people who have outwelghed
                                                                                                                                                                       when you                   Birmingham:
                                                                                                                                                                                                  but as a leader-and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     “Tim has been a contnbutor-not
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   an inspiration
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    only as a player,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       to his teammates.       He IS a
THOMAS MARTIN BROWDER JR./Emory                                 and Henry College              him 30 to 40 pounds ”                                                                              serious young man who leads by determination                       and character.”
quarterback/Klngsport, Tennessee/3.62                           In economics   and
buslness                                                                                       DANIEL JOHN DISTASIO/Susquehanna          Unlversity                          linebacker/          PAUL RICHARD FRANtMEIER/Unlverslty          of North Dakota
   Starting   quarterback      for Wasps after second             game of fresh-               Nanticoke, Pennsylvanlal3.69 in polltical science                                                  Iinebecker/Richfleld. MlnnesotaI3.70 in Industrial technology
man year              Was first-team       all-conference         selection  as a                 Started every game since freshman        season         Team captain
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Second-team       all-North     Central Conference      last year
freshman             Coachmg      change       brought      need for more run-                         Academic     all-America      RegIstered     254 tackles     In ftrst
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Twice academic       allLconference         Recorded     91 tackles,  three
oriented    quarterback,     but Browder       still started 27 of 39 contests                 three years as middle guard and linebacker                Parhclpated       In
                                                                                                                                                                                                  fumble    recoveries      and two mtercephons        dunng     career
during career            Recognized     for outstanding         knowledge   of the             javelin    for track team and qualified    for Mid-American        Athletic
game and good leadership            qualities              Holds Old Dommion                   Conference       championships        President    of Pi Sigma Alpha, a                                                                                     Continued         on page         7

It’ official: Attendance                                                                               was up. I .                                      TOP Five
    Final audited figures show that college foot-                             The top seven Division    I-A conferences-63                             Continued         from page       1
ball attendance     increased for the 27th time in                         teams in all- averaged 48,700 as a group, 162
                                                                                                                                                       and ZOO-yard butterfly           races                 He is a National          Football
28 years to another       all-time     national      high in               more than in 1980. The other six I-A confer-
                                                                                                                                                       during his sophomore          and ju-                  Foundation      and Hall of Fame
 1981.                                                                     ences-46    teams-reached   13,.517 per game, an
                                                                                                                                                       nior years and finishing       second                  Scholar-Athlete       and was cho-
    The increase was 266,065 for a                            improvement     of 540. The 28 1-A independents                             in both events as a senior. He is                      sen for an NCAA postgraduate
t,otal attendance     of 35,807,040 at. all 648 four                       averaged 31,656, an increase of 1,059.                                      the world-record        holder in the                  scholarship.     Luck is active in
year colleges in the United States (497 of which                                                                                                       lOO-meter       butterfly     with    a                church     and civic affairs       and
                                                                              Average    attendance    in Division   I-A was
are NCAA members).          Except for a small drop                                                                                                    54.15second      clocking.                             speaks     frequently     to youth
                                                                           34,621, while the average in Division   I-AA was
in 1974, college football      has increased in atten-                                                                                                                                                        groups throughout        the state.
                                                                           10,927. Divisions     II and III had a minut,e                                 Arvidsson     had a 3.67 grade-
dance every year since 1953. Since 1954, the                                                                                                           point average in economics and
                                                                           overall increase of 11,69S to about 4.7 million.
third year of the NCAA             Football      Television                                                                                                                                                   Kenneth Sims
                                                                                                                                                       earned an NCAA p0stgraduat.e
Plan, national    attendance       has more than dou-                         The Southeastern          Conference     led the                                                                                    Although     a serious ankle in-
                                                                                                                                                       scholarship     award. He also has
bled.                                                                      country     in percentage     of capacity    at 9S.8                                                                               jury ended Sims’ senior season
                                                                                                                                                       raised    funds     for numerous
    The Southeastern       Conference        (63,957), the                 (meaning     95.8 percent. of all home-game     seats                                                                              after nine games, he still man-
                                                                                                                                                       youth swim groups.
Division    I-AA Southwestern          Athlet.ic     Confer-               were tilled). The Big Ten Conference        was sec-                                                                               aged to acquire           numerous
ence (l&921),        1-A Eastern          independents                     ond at 91.8, followed      by the Atlantic,    Coast                        Oliver Luck                                            postseason      honors.     Sims was
(34,989)     and I-A Southern             independents                                                                                                     Luck     accumulated            6,150              named winner of the Lombardi
                                                                           Conference     at 89.9 and the Big Eight Confer-
(32,331)     all set record       highs     in per-game                                                                                                yards of total otfense from his                        Award,       emblematic        of out-
                                                                           ence at 86.7. The overall I-A average was 76.2,
                                                                                                                                                       quarterback        position      and led               standing line play. He also was
average.                                                                   compared to 76.7 percent for 1980.
                                                                                                                                                       the Mountaineers          to their best                named first-team         all-America

 I    I     I   and so were television ratings                                                                                                         record since 1975 and a victory
                                                                                                                                                       over Florida
                                                                                                                                                       Bowl.     He scored
                                                                                                                                                                            in the Peach
                                                                                                                                                                                   53 touch-
                                                                                                                                                                                                              at defensive tackle by the As-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        the third
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    he has been
    Continuing     the improvement       that began last                       Other    key 1981 telecasts            included:                        downs in his career and estab-                         awarded all-America          status.
year, television      ratings of the NCAA         football                                                                                             lished school career records for                          A 2.70 student      in physical
                                                                           l   A regional presentation        featuring    Oklahoma
television series climbed to 12.0 in 1981, up from                                                                                                     total    offensive       plays,     total              education,  Sims has served as a
                                                                               vs. Southern       California     on September        25                yards, passes attempted               and
the 11.5 percent average achieved in 1980.                                                                                                                                                                    volunteer   worker with retard-
                                                                               (14.3).                                                                 passes completed.         In one game
    In addition,    NCAA      football  was watched        in                                                                                                                                                 ed children    and has donated
                                                                           l   A national    telecast of Penn State vs. Miami                          during his junior season, Luck                         time to underprivileged        chil-
an average of 9.78 million         homes, an average of
                                                                               (Florida)  on October 31 (14.5).                                        completed      20 of 2.5 passes for                    dren. He has made several ap-
about, 500,000 more than last year and the
                                                                           l   A national     telecast     of UCLA      vs. Southern                   314 yards.                                             pearances on a local children’   s
second-highest       homes average in series history.
                                                                               California   on November        21 (15.5).                                  Luck     maintained           a 3.96               television   program      and has
    A November          28 national      double-header                                                                                                 grade-point      average at West                       been an unofficial     cheerleader
highlighted      the 1981 telecasts.        The opening                        Also, the annual Army-Navy        game on De-                           Virginia    and was named to the                       for Texas    basketball,     swim-
game, Penn State vs. Pittsburgh            (ranked No. 1                   cember 5 and a November        21 regional presen-                          academic all-America            team for               ming and tennis teams. He is
at, that time), had a rating of 14.8. That telecast,                       tation    highlighted  by Ohio State-Michigan                               the second consecutive            season.              active in church work.
was followed by Alabama           vs. Auburn,   featuring                  each had a 13.8 rating.
coach Paul “Bear”            Bryant’s    record-setting                       The 1981 Football      Television    Committee
315th victory; the Alabama-Auburn              game drew
a 17.3 rating and was seen in an average of more
                                                                           Report, which contains complete ratings infor-
                                                                           mation, will be available at the Convention     and
than 14 million       homes.                                               also will be mailed to the membership.                                      Contmued         from    page     6
                                                                                                                                                       Four-year starter and letterman                                              s chapter of
                                                                                                                                                                                                             President of university’
                                                                                                                                                       Campus Crusade for Christ                     Director of summer project in North Myrtle
Championships                                                                                                                                          Beach,
                                                                                                                                                                  South Carolina,    for Campus   Crusade
                                                                                                                                                                   board for Epsilon PI Tau, an mdustrlal
                                                                                                                                                              Plans to attend Dallas Theological     Seminary
                                                                                                                                                                                                              for Christ
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       s list
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   for master of divinity degree
Continued       from    page    3                                                                                                                            Coach Pat Behrns:       “Paul is one of the finest individuals    with whom I have
                                                                                                                                                       ever had a chance       to work. He belleves     that a belief In God, hard work and
                                                                                Other members          of the all-tournament          team were        dediczatlon    breed success.”
     Sacramento State wins                                                 Jennifer      Townsend        of Occidental
                                                                           and Colleen lrelan of runner-up
                                                                                                                              and Sue Barker
                                                                                                                          Juniata. lrelan and          KIPP ARTHUR BEDARD/Bolse                    State University wide receiver/Boise,                Idaho/
                                                                           Townsend         also were all-America            selections.               3.47 in accounting
   Paced by three all-tournament                 players,      Sacra-                                                                                     Fifth in nation in Division         I-AA this season with 60 receptions    for 1,101 yards
                                                                                California-San      Diego defeated          Occidental      in four
mento State defeated             Lewis, 15-l 0, 15-6, 15-7. to                                                                                         and seven touchdowns                     Caught   122 passes during career, fourth in Boise
                                                                           games in the semifinals,            and Juniata held off Illinois
win the first NCAA Division             II Women’    s     Volleyball                                                                                  State hlstory          Twice          all-Big   Sky Conference          Honorable     mention
                                                                           Benedictine         in five games.          Occidental        defeated      all-Amenca                                                           s
                                                                                                                                                                               Caught 11 passes for 212 yards in Boise State’ 31-29 victory
Championship          in Riverside,    California.
                                                                            Illinois Benedictine         in the match for third place.                 over Eastern   Kentucky                 s DIVISION I-AA championship
                                                                                                                                                                                   In last year’                                 game
   Marcia Collier, Terri Nicholas            and Kris Jacobsen
                                                                                First round: Occidental            def. Maryville        (Tennes-      Played for national     championship      team at Notre Dame as freshman       before
led the way for Sacramento               State, which finished
                                                                           see), 15-2, 15-7, 15-6; Illinois                 Benedictine         def    transferring to Boise State            Dean’ s list              s
                                                                                                                                                                                                               President’   honor roll
the season with a 28-6 record and a No. 1 ranking.
                                                                           Grove City, 15-4. 15-l 1, 15-6.                                             Academic       all-conference         and academic       all-America            Coach Jim Criner.
Lewis,      which     defeated     host California-Riverside                    Second round: California-San                Diego def. Smith           “Kipp    has been one of the most outstanding        performers    in the history of the
and Florida Southern           to advance to the champion-                 (Massachusetts),           15-4, 15-3, 15-4; Occidental              def.   school     He is one of the most dedicated individuals     with whom I have ever been
ship, finished      the season with a 52-1 l-2 mark.                       Wisconsin-Stevens             Point, 13-l 5. 15-3, 1 l-1 5. 15-             associated     ”
   Sacramento         State committed         only seven errors            10, 15-7, Illinois Benedictine               def. Sonoma          State,
to 16 for Lewis. The Hornets dominated                    the match                                                                                    DANIEL H. PLATER/Brigham                 Young University       wide receiver/Rena,          Nevada/
                                                                           15-l 1, 16-l 8, 15-8. 15-l 0; Jumata                def. StaniSlaUS
with 12 service aces, 12 block solos and 14 block                                                                                                      3.55 In premed
                                                                           State, 15-12, 15-12. 15-12.                                                     Tied for 14th in natlon this season wtth 62 pass receptions              for I391 yards and
                                                                                Semifinals:      California-San        Diego def. Occiden-             five touchdowns                Caught     124 passes during four-year      career          Twice
   In addition      to the Sacramento           State trio, other
                                                                           tal, 15-7, 7-15, 15-4, 15-3, Juniata                      def. Illinois     academic       all-conference         in Western    Athletic    Conference           Honorable
members        of the all-tournament           team were Holly                                                                                         mention     all-America       this season           Recipient    of 1981 Memonal        Scholar-
                                                                            Benedictine,       15-11, 17-15, 11-15, 10-15, 15-13
Butterfield      of Florida      Southern,      Sue Razzeto           of                                                                               Athlete    Award at Brigham            Young         Frequent     speaker  at community       and
                                                                                Third place: Occidental           def. Illinois Benedictine,
Northridge       State and Cathy Spencer               of runner-up                                                                                    religious   actlvltles           Plans to attend medlcal      school with emphasis      In sports
                                                                            15-l 1, 15-9. 15-9.
Lewis                                                                                                                                                  medicine             Coach Lavell Edwards:        “Dan puts forth total effort in the field, in
                                                                                Championship:          California-San        Diego def. Junia-
   First round: California-Davis            def. Northern         Ken-                                                                                 the classroom         and in his relationships      with others     He is a leader and a role
                                                                           ta, 12-15.15-5,        15-7.15~17.15~1.
tucky, 1513.        3-15, 1 l-15. 15-7, 15-12; Lewis def.                                                                                              model with the highest moral character.”
Springfield,      12-l 5, 15-5. 15-5, 15-l
                                                                                                                                                       MARK DARRELL             JERUE/Unlverslty    of Washfngton defensive lineman                        and
   Second round: Sacramento                State def. Mansfield
                                                                                                                                                       Ilnebacker/Mercer         Island, Washingtonl3.18  in banking and finance
State, 15-4, 15-2, 15-4; Northridge                State def. Cali-                                                                                       Registered     more than 100 tackles            in each of last two seasons,         includmg       13
fornia-Davis,      15-4, 15-l 0, 15-l 3; Lewis def. Califor-                                                                                           tackles   for loss last year             Three-year        starter and four-year    letterman
nia-Riverside.         13-l 5, 9-l 5, 15-l 0, 15-4,             17-l 5;                                                                                Team captain             Second-team          all-conference       in Pacific-10   Conference        last
Florida Southern          def. St Augustine’    s,       15-6, 15-6,                                                                                   year          Two-time     honorable      mention      all-Amenca             Most valuable     defen-
15-3.                                                                                                                                                  sive player in 1961 Rose Bowl                    Named Huskies’ top defensive            lmeman      last
   Semifinals:       Sacramento        State def. Northridge                                                                                           season.         Academic      all-conference.              Second team all-coast.             Member
State, 15-13, 15-4, 9-15, 15-B; Lewis def. Florida                                                                                                     of selection     committee      for vice-president          of student   affairs         ScholarshIp
                                                                                                                                                       chair for Beta Theta Pi              Hopes to obtain master’       s   in business   administration
Southern,       10-15, 15-12. 11-15, 15-10, 15-10.
                                                                                                                                                       and pursue career as banker or stock broker.                       Coach Don James: “Mark is
   Third place: Northridge                 State      def. Florida
                                                                                                                                                       lust a bright young man and an excellent   competitor  who is dedicated    to his
Southern,       15-7. 15-12, 15-12.                                                                                                                    team. He has shown leadership qualities  and was elected  by his teammates     to
   Championship:            Sacramento        State def. Lewis,                                                                                        the position  of captain.”
15-10. 15-6, 15-7

     Cal-San Diego prevails
    Pretournament          favorite    California-San         Diego
outlasted      Juniata,   12-15, 15-5, 15-7, 15-17, 15-l. to
win the first NCAA Division            III Women’  s    Volleyball
Championship          in Maryville,    Tennessee.                                                                                                          1. Kalamazoo     College     has been approved     as host institution      for
    California-San       Diego, ranked No. 1 all season,                                                                                                                             s
                                                                                                                                                       the 1982 Division III Men’ Tennis Championships              The event will be
finished     the year with a 36-8 record while Juniata                                                                                                 conducted     May 12-l 5
finished     at 38-6.                                                                                                                                      2. Albany State (New York) has been approved            as host institution
    Leading       the way for the Tritons           were Tammy                                                                                                                            s
                                                                                                                                                       for the 1983 Division III Men’ Tennis Championships.             The competi-
Smith,      Molly Wheatley          and Louise      Schwartz,      all                                                                                 tion will be May 1 l-14.
members         of the all-tournament         team. Smith and                                                                                              3. The Central      Intercollegiate     Athletic Association      has been
Schwartz        also were named to the Division               III all-                                                                                 granted    automatic   qualification    lor the 1982 Division      II Women’  s
America       squad.                                                       Division Ill championship        action                                     Basketball   Championship.
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                                                                                                                                                Zemper joins NCAA staff
                                                                                                                                                    Eric Zemper has joined the NCAA staff as research
                                                                                                                                                coordinator        and will be responsible           for compiling
                                                                                                                                                various general research projects and for administer-
                                                                                                                                                ing the Association’   s     sports medicine involvement.
                                                                                                                                                    Zemper served three years in the 1J.S. Army, teach-
                                                                                                                                                ing in the department          of prevent,ative    medicine of t,he
                                                                                                                                                Medical Field Service School. After leaving the Army,
                                                                                                                                                Zemper held various research positions                  at Michigan
                                                                                                                                                State University,        primarily      in the Office of Medical
                                                                                                                                                Education        Research and Development.             For the past
                                                                                                                                                two years, he has been a research specialist. under a
                                                                                                                                                contract      with the National        Cancer Institute.      He has
                                                                                                                                                supervised       the development,         of a series of eight in-
                                                                                                                                                structional       modules on the techniques           of cancer pre-
                                                                                                                                                 vention. Zemper also has been part of a research team
                                                                                                                                                 investigating      an area of emergency         medicine    and has
                                                                                                                                                 been asked to author a book on sports medicine.
                                                                                                                                                    As an undergraduate             at, Michigan    State, Zemper
                                                                                                                                                 competed       in cross country        and indoor and outdoor
                                                                                                                                                 track. In 1978 and 1979, he served as head coach of the
                                                                                                                                                 women’  s cross country           team and assistant       coach of
                                                                                                                                                 the MSU women’ track team.
                                                                                                                                                     He holds a master’     s     degree in microbiology         from
                                                                                                                                                  Michigan     State and is a Ph.D. candidat,e at Mickhigan
                                                                                                                                                  State in educat,ional       psychology.
       The National    Football   Foundation       and Hall of Fame has honored            10 outstanding      college     seniors who
    excelled   in the classroom      as well as on the football      field. The scholar-athletes        include     (front row) Norm
    Betts. University    of Michigan;
    Calvin Warren, North Carolina
                                          Oliver Luck, West Virginia
                                           State University,
                                                                and John McClean,
                                                                                           Travis Holcombe,
                                                                                           Texas Christian
                                                                                                                   Brown University;
                                                                                                                University.     Those in
                                                                                                                                                NCAA dismissed from suit
    the back row are Darrin Nels’      on. Stanford      University;    Michael    France,     U.S. Air Force Academy;           Vincent           The NCAA          has been dismissed         as a third-party
    dePaul Draddy, NFFHF chairman              of the board; Jeffrey Hembrough.          llllnois State University;       Van Darkow,           defendant in a Title IX lawsuit against the University
    University   of Missouri,   Columbia,     and Rich Diana, Yale University.                                                                  of Alaska, Anchorage.
                                                                                                                                                   The university        was the defendant       in the two-year-
     College Basketball Day marks historic anniversary                                                                                          old suit, which was brought             by several women stu-
                                                                                                                                                dent-athletes       who said the university          practiced    sex
        College Basketball     Day, an            16, which marks the 86th anni-                serving    its 90th anniversary                 discrimination       in adtninistering     its athletic    program.
     annual event conducted       under           versary of the first college bas-             year, made its public        debut
                                                                                                                                                   The university       sought to enjoin both the NCAA and
     the auspices of the National                 ketball game ever played with                 March     11, 1892, when a group
                                                                                                                                                the Association          for Intercollegiate        Athletics      for
     Association       of Basketball              five players on a side. In that               of students at Springfield     Col-
     Coaches, will be observed on an              1896 matchup,     the University                                                              Women,       alleging that if it had violated           any Federal
                                                                                                lege in Massachusetts     defeated
     historic date this season.                   of Chicago defeated the Uni-                                                                  regulations,     the differences in NCAA and AIAW               rules
                                                                                                a faculty      team,  5-1. Amos
        Joseph I-L Van&in,       NABC             versity of Iowa, 15-12, in Iowa               Alonzo Stagg scored the only                    were the reason.
     executive    director,   said the                 s
                                                  City’ Close Hall.                             point for the faculty    team.                     The students’ claim was settled recently.              The court
     event will be observed January                   Basketball,   currently     ob                                                            then granted the NCAA’        s     motion for dismissal.

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