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                     Official Publication    of the National Collegiate Athletic Association                                                June 24,1987, Volume 24 Number 25




     Proposed grant cuts                                                           Preregistration tops 1,200
    pose no legal problem
      Editor k Note: i%e following article was prepared by William D.
                                                                                   for sixth special Convention
                                                                                       More than 1,200 delegates and
   Kramer and Judith Jurin Semo of the NCAA5 Washington. D.C..                     media representatives had preregis-
   legal counsel, Squire, Sanders & Dempsey, in response IO claims by                                    s
                                                                                   tered for the NCAA’ sixth special
   the Wornens Sports Foundution and others that the proposed                      Convention     as of June 23, well
   reductrons m maximum mtmhers of grants-in-aid that will be voted                above the record registration of 972
   upon in Dalius ma-v cause member institutions legal dtf’  fkulties in           for a special Convention.
   regurd IO Title IX or the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth                The Convention will be held June
   Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.                                             29-30 at Loews Anatole Hotel in
                                                                                   Dallas.
      The Special Convention in Dallas next week will consider several                The June 23 preregistration total
   proposals to change the maximum limits on the numbers of financial              included 1,17 1 delegates represent-
   aid awards that NCAA member institutions may have in effect in                  ing NCAA member institutions and
   particular sports at any one time. Four of these proposals (Nos. 18,            conferences and 76 from the news
   20, 24 and 25) sponsored by the NCAA Presidents Commission,                     media. More undoubtedly will reg-
   would reduce the maximum numbers of awards permitted in various                 ister at the Convention itself; on the
         s             s
   men’ and women’ sports in Divisions I and Il.                                   other hand, not all of those prereg-
                    s
      The Women’ Sports Foundation and others claim that these                     istered will actually attend.
   proposed changes would disproportionately    cut financial aid awards              The record attendance for a spe-
   to women and, for that reason, may cause NCAA member institutions               cial Convention (972) is a bit mis-
   to violate Title IX or the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th                  leading. It was set at the Associa-
   Amendment to the United States Constitution. The purpose of this                tion’ third special Convention in
                                                                                        s                                             Wlford S. Bailey                        John B. Slaughter
   article is to examine that claim.                                               January 1976. That gathering was
      The reductions in maximum awards limitations proposed by the                 conducted the day prior to the 1976       Presidents Commission, with the              In April, the Commission added
   NCAA Presidents Commission are part of an effort by the Commis-                 annual Convention, which meant           agenda limited to “those issues that       a new dimension to the meeting
   sion to help member institutions reduce costs and achieve a proper              that attendance was higher than it       relate to containing the costs of          when it announced that an 18-
   balance between intercollegiate athletics and other institutional               normally would have been. At the         intercollegiate  athletics programs        month national forum on the ap-
   programs. The specific reductions proposed were developed with the               1985 special Convention in New          and to maintaining a proper balance        propriate role of college athletics
   assistance of a special committee of the NCAA Council.                          Orleans, 947 attended.                   between intercollegiate athletics pro-     within higher education would be
      The special committee developed its recommendations on a sport-                 This special Convention        was    lgrams and other institutional pro-        launched during the special Con-
                                                See Proposed, puge I6                                                       grams.”
                                                                                   called in January by the NCAA                                                                See Preregistration, page IO
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Forum to focus on athletics issues
   At 2 p.m. June 29, intercollegiate    sion. The resulting Commission pol-       the issue from the Division II and
                                                                                                                            ( Amendment deadline set
                                                                                                                                   Any amendments to the 43 proposals before the special Convention
athletics goes under a national mi-      icy statement is reprinted in this        Division Ill perspectives, respec-           in Dallas must be submitted in writing by I p.m. Monday, June 29.
croscope.                                issue of the News on page 6.              tively. Each will speak for not more         The deadline also applies to the submission of any additional
   At that time, during the special         Heyman also is one of four pri-        than 15 minutes.                             resolutions for consideration at the Convention.
NCAA Convention in Dallas, the           mary speakers announced by the                Six persons will respond to the             That deadline is established in accordance with the provisions of
Association’ Presidents Commis-
            s                            Commission who will open the na-          remarks by the four major speakers.          NCAA Constitution 7-3, Bylaw 1 l-3 and Constitution 64. Submis-
sion kicks off its national forum on     tional forum at the special Conven-       Respondents announced by the Pres-           sions must be in “prior to I p.m. on the day preceding the division
the compatibility   of intercollegiate   tion. Heyman and Frank E. Horton,         idents Commission include Ray-               business sessions,” and those sessions begin at 8 a.m. and 9~30 a.m.
athletics with the aims and values of    president of the University of Okla-      mond Burse, president of Kentucky            Tuesday, June 30.
colleges and universities in their       homa, will have approximately 30          State University; Eugene E Corri-               All amendments to amendments and resolutions must be delivered
mission of higher education.             minutes each to present their views       gan, director of athletics at the            prior to the I p.m. deadline to the NCAA Convention work suite,
   The concept and scope of the          of college athletics as it is conducted   University of Notre Dame; Kenneth            room 1134 at Loews Anatole Hotel in Dallas.
forum originally was presented to        today.                                    H. Keller, president, University of             Any amendment properly submitted and in order will be duplicated
the Commission during its April l-          They will be followed by President     Minnesota, Twin Cities; Donna A.             for distribution at the beginning of the business sessions the next
2, 1987, meeting in Baltimore by lra      Anthony F. Ceddia, Shippensburg                                        s
                                                                                   Lopiano, director of women’ ath-             morning.
Michael Heyman, chancellor of the         University of Pennsylvania,        and   letics, University of Texas, Austin;            Kesolutions must be acceptable under the terms of the call to the
University of California, Berkclcy,      President Richard Warch of Law-           G. E. “Bo” Schembechler, head                                                           See Amendment, page 11
and Division I chair of the Commis-      rence University, who will address                          See Forum, page 7


    In the News                          Commission                                                                         Report on drug issues
         Strong voice                    sets plan to                                                                       is clarified for members
      In selecting     Richard    D.       .
  Schultz as its next executive di-
  rector, the NCAA elected to con-       flll vacancies                                                                        Several points concerning the           knowingly permits the participation
  tinue its strong leadership role in       An eight-member subcommittee                                                    Executive Committech         considera-    of a student-athlete with positive
  college athletics. Page 5.             of the NCAA Presidents Commis-                                                     tion of drug-testing       issues (The     results from NCAA testing conduc
                                         sion has been appointed to recom-                                                  NCAA News, .June 10, 1987) require         ted prior to championship competi-
     Meeting        schedule             mend candidates to fill vacancies                                                  further clarification.                     tion and that if a student-athlete is
     A schedule     of meetings                                                                                                The Special Postseason Drug-            declared ineligible as a result of
                                         that will occur on the Commission
  planned during the NCAA spe-                                                                                              Testing Committee’ consideration
                                                                                                                                                   s                   testing during the championship,
                                         in January 1988.
  cial Convention in Dallas. Page                                                                                           of in-season testing for anabolic          the team should be allowed to ad-
                                            The eight, appointed by Com-
  9.                                                                                                                        steroids would be directed at ‘      the   vance.
                                         mission chair John B. Slaughter, are
            Golf title                   Commission members whose terms                                                     elimination of the use of short-term,         At its January meeting, the Exec-
     Oklahoma   State University         do not expire in 1988. They include                                                rather than long-term, steroids.           utive Committee reserved the right,
  captures the Division I Men’   s       one representative from each of the                                                   The Executive Committee will            between September I of this year
  Golf Championships team tit!e          eight NCAA geographical districts,                                                 study the issue further and seek the       and the adjournment of the 1988
  in Columbus, Ohio. Page 17.            as well as one from each NCAA                                                      views of the membership, the Colle-        NCAA Convention, to apply sanc-
                                         membership division and subdivi-                                                   giate Commissioners        Association     tions against an ineligible student-
       Gambling alert                    sion.                                                                              and the University Commissioners                   s
                                                                                                                                                                       athlete’ institution if that individual
     The Southeastern and Big Ten                                                            Laitie E Cow
                                            Lattie F. Coor, president of the                                                Association     before acting upon         materially contributed to the team’     s
  Conferences are satisfied that                                                                                                                                       success and provided the team a
                                         University   of Vermont       and a       of Utah (Division I-A): Bernard F.       those recommendations.
  athletes who signed contracts
                                         member of last year’ nominating
                                                               s                   Sliger, president of Florida State          The committee took no formal            significant advantage.
  early with sports agents in viola-                                                                                                                                      The Executive Committee also
                                         committee, was selected to chair the      University (Division I-A), and Wal-      action on team sanctions but will
  tion of NCAA rules were not                                                                                               give further consideration to the          addressed penalties for positive tests
                                         committee.                                ter Washington, president, Alcorn
  involved in any schemes related
                                            Representing Division 1 will be        State University (Division I-AA).                                 s
                                                                                                                            drug-testing committee’ recommen-          for two specific substances.
  to point-shaving   or gambling.
                                         Coor (Division I-AAA); Chase N.              The Division II representatives       dations that full sanctions should            A second positive test by a stu
  Page 28.                                                                                                                                                                                See Report, page 28
                                         Peterson, president of the IJniversity               See Commi.ssion. page 16      apply to a member institution that
Comment

 Reviving the image                                                          NCAA special Convention offers
of the student-athlete                                                       clues to future of college athletics
                                                                             Jeffrey H. Orteans, executive director
   The image of the college ath-                                             Ivy Group
lete as a moral hero is on its                                               The New York Times
deathbed, but its last best hope                                                 “We should take heart if they (Presidents Commis-
could come from the NCAA                                                     sion in the NCAA special Convention) emphasize that
special Convention in Dallas,                                                       re
                                                                             they’ personally responsible for leading and directing
James J. Whalen, president of                                                college athletics, that athletics problems are no more
Ithaca College and a member of                                               difficult than academic issues they confront every day,
the NCAA Presidents Commis-                                                  and that the different ways colleges now organize their
sion, wrote in The New York                                                  athletics activities already offer many good approaches.
Times June 15.                                                               We should expect presidents to recognize that if they
    Posing the question-can       the                                              t
                                                                             don’ choose the values their athletics activities repre-
NCAA respond effectively to the                                              sent, they give others the power to choose for them.
corrupting influence of the al-                                                  “But we should be wary if presidents warn gloomily
mighty dollar? - Whalen said the                                             about ‘    the NCAA’ as if it were some shadowy secret
answers will come “but only if                                               society. As its name implies, the NCAA is no more                   Jim W&w                               John Caper
we approach these problems as                                                than many colleges that are ‘       associated’ to do what
an Association and not as sepa-                                              their presidents decide they want to do. It’ the     s       Jim Wacker, head football coach
rate, unequal interest groups.                                                president, after all, who must personally authorize         Texas Christian University
   “In my four years on the                                                   each institution’ voting delegate.
                                                                                               s                                          Fort Worth Star-Telegram
NCAA Presidents Commission,                   James J. Mden                      “And we should be wary of presidents who are so             “That decision (to suspend seven players and turn in
1 have observed a growing gap                                                 reluctant to change--so concerned not to give up            his school for NCAA violations) had a lasting impact
between the larger and smaller          sively reassert the amateur status    some perceived competitive advantage, no matter how                                       t
                                                                                                                                          on a lot of lives. We wouldn’ have had great teams the
institutions. Yet, no one person,       of college sports, Whalen wrote.      slight ~- that they simply call for additional uniform      last two years, but I believe we would have at least been
no one subgroup of the NCAA                “If we do not, we will see our                                                                 better than .500. No question, that set us back a great
                                                                              rules in every facet of athletics. National standards are
has a corner on wisdom in these         athletics programs transformed        indeed needed as starting points. But at some point,        deal competitively.
matters, and the Convention is          into ancillary, revenue-producing     universal rules are simply a way to avoid local respon-                   t
                                                                                                                                             “You can’ play Mickey Mouse in the middle of the
certain to have an impact on            operations like the campus book-      sibility.”                                                  road and turn your head. There are certain principles
virtually every undergraduate           store,” he said. Eventually,                                                                      on which you have to take a stand and act accordingly.
athletics program in the country,       Whalen warned, only those who        Thomas K. Heam, president
whatever its dimensions.”               can afford it will win national      Wake Forest University
    In a time of multimilliondol-       championships.                       CFA convention   keynote address                             pzF=
lar media contracts and gate               Whalen challenged some pop-          “The coaches were old and overweight and out of
 receipts the NCAA must aggres-                       See Reviving, page 5   shape, and it was obvious that the tiger was going to
                                                                             enjoy a hearty meal (a parable of two coaches who            I still believe it was a positive step.
                                                                             stumble upon a hungry tiger).                                    “But, thank God, time heals all wounds. Now, to say
  ‘           t
   NCAA hasn’ done that                                                         “Then, one of the coaches reached into his backpack
                                                                             and pulled out a pair of jogging shoes.
                                                                                “Why are you doing that? asked the other coach.
                                                                                                                                          those things didn’ hurt would be ridiculous. They did.
                                                                                                                                                               t
                                                                                                                                          But a lot of other people have gone through worse the
                                                                                                                                          last two years.
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  much for women’ sports’                                                    ‘
                                                                             You can’ outrun the tiger.’
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                                                                                “You don’ understand,’ replied the first coach. ‘
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                                                                                                                                              “Some times in life are more difficult than others. I
                                                                                                                                          still believe that your attitude toward those circum-
 By the Associated Press                                                                                                                  stances, how you respond in the end, has direct impact
                                                                                                                                          on how they affect you. Yoube got to count your
                     s
     While women’ college athletics has benefttted from greater                                                                                                            t
                                                                                                                                          blessings and go on. It doesn’ make sense doing it any
 visibility since coming under the auspices of the NCAA, there is                                                                         other way.
 continuing debate over how well the organization is meeting the                                                                               I’
                                                                                                                                               ‘ m more excited about this football team than I’ ve
  needs of schools trying to build top-flight programs.                                                                                                      re
                                                                                                                                          ever been. We’ finally to the point where I really
                                             s
     Donna A. Lopiano, who as women’ athletics director at the                                                                                          ve
                                                                                                                                           believe we’ got all our ducks in a row.”
  University of Texas, Austin, is head of one of the most successful
 programs in the country, is among those who believe the NCAA                                                                             John Cooper, head football coach
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  hasn’ had the best interests of female athletes at heart since the                                                                      Artxona State University
  Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) ceased                                                                       Chicago    Tribune
  operating in 1982.                                                                                                                         “I think we need to do more to keep the head
                                                               s
     “The only contribution the NCAA has made to women’ athletics                                                                         football coach on campus. We should not let him leave
  has been (media) coverage,” Lopiano said during a panel discussion                                                                      during the recruiting period. We never see our players
  at the Associated Press Sports Editors Convention at Walt Disney                                                                        from the time the bowl games are over until spring
  World. Lopiano said most programs are forced to survive on paltry            77mmas K. Heam, JI:                 KetwinBeM              practice.
  budgets, schools spend less per athlete on scholarships for women                                                                                  re
                                                                                                                                             “If you’ around and see a kid change his wardrobe
  than men and there has been a decline in the number of women               just have to outrun you.’                                    or drive a new automobile when you know he has no
  coaches in recent years.                                                      “Sometimes, I think we are so busy trying to outrun                                            s
                                                                                                                                          outside income, you know something’ up.”
     She said women held more than 1,300 positions on committees in                                 t
                                                                             each other that we don’ work together to try to beat
  the AIAW, but only 300 serve in similar capacities in the NCAA.            the tiger.”                                                   David NcNabb, staff writer
     Lopiano also presented statistics supporting her contention that                                                                      The Dallas Morning News
  women’ athletics will be hurt more than the men by grant-in-aid
           s                                                                 Kerwin  Bell, varsity football player                            “What makes the College World Series experience
  reductions proposed by the NCAA Presidents Commission.                     University of Florida                                                                                             s
                                                                                                                                           special . is more than what happens on the field. It’
     She said the Southwest Athletic Conference sanctions nine sports        The Sporting News                                             the people of Omaha, who have proven themselves
  for men and eight for women. Of the 156 scholarships available for                                              t
                                                                                “Since the (football) players aren’ allowed to work        faithful, if nothing else.
  men in all SWC sports, the proposed reduction would slice three, or        during the fall and spring semesters, the NCAA needs             “One Omaha woman is typical. In the early 196Os,
   1.9 percent. Eight of 69 scholarships, or 11.6 percent, would be taken    to seriously look at the possibility of correcting that       she was waiting for her serviceman husband to return
  away from women, she said.                                                 disadvantage the players have.                                                                           See Opinions,       page 3
      She provided data for similar reductions in other conferences,            “They are going to have to give way, one way or
  including the Atlantic Coast (2.4 percent men, 11.3 percent women),                                    t
                                                                             another, because you can’ keep them from working,
  Big Eight (3.4 percent men, 10 percent women), Big Ten (3.4 percent        not pay them and expect the players to support
  men, 8.5 percent women), Pacific-10 (3.4 percent men, 8.5 percent          themselves.”
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  women) and Southeastern (1.9 percent men, 10.1 percent women).
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    Some day the CFA will say -enougn ’and leave the NCAA
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    By Bill Lumpkin                           attack, the CFA met last month in           Georgia coach Vincent J. Dooley       requirements.
    Birmingham Post-Herald                    Dallas to arm itself for the fight       said reducing scholarships will do          “There is concern over the 95
                                              against any move that would further                    s
                                                                                       that. “There’ been a gradual reduc-      being touched. I worry about that
        Somewhere down the line, the          weaken the quality of football its       tion (in football scholarships),” Doo-   from the standpoint of it really
    College Football Association is go-       members play.                            ley said. “That started back when        affecting the quality of the game. I
    ing to say enough is enough and              Among the proposals at the            we went down to 30 scholarships.         think we need that many scholar-
    bolt the NCAA.                            NCAA special Convention are those        That was the idea then, to balance       ships.
        It’ inevitable. The two powerful
          s                                   that would reduce football coaching      out.                                        “The quality of the game (being
    athletics forces have been charting       staffs and the total number of foot-        “This will balance it out more        played by major colleges) is good
    different courses for several years       ball scholarships.                       and make more athletes available to                                 re
                                                                                                                                right now,” he said. “We’ not going
.   now.                                         That is a continuation of sweeping    more schools, which will make more       to affect the quality of the game that
        In fact, the CFA’ hard-line stand
                         s                    reforms that were launched two           good programs.”                          feeds all the other sports.”
    on recruiting limitations and satis-      years ago by the Commission. The            So much for parity. Enough’       s                            d
                                                                                                                                   Dooley also said he’ fight against
    factory academic progress was             presidents have gone from acade-         enough.                                  reducing coaching staffs.
    adopted by the NCAA.                      mics to integrity issues and finally        “We reduced football scholarships        What many NCAA presidents
        This is not to imply that this has    have gotten around to athletics.         from 30 to 25 (a year) at the January         t
                                                                                                                                don’ realize is that there are institu-
    been a congenial relationship. It            Many think this is another at-        Convention,” Dooley said. “This                           t
                                                                                                                                tions who don’ need welfare help.
                     s
    was the NCAA’ unyielding position         tempt by the have-nots to keep up        makes 25-95 (total scholarships)         They make big bucks and live high
    against giving up its ironclad grip       with the Joneses by inducing further     more compatible than the 30-95,          on the hog because they can afford
    on football television that resulted      parity.                                  particularly with the new academic                       See Some day, page 5
    in lawsuits by the Universities of
    Georgia       and Oklahoma.
    NCAA lost. The courts ruled that
                                       The

    TV is the property right of individual
                                              Early start vital to academ ics-athletics balance                                                                           tutoring workshops. Mentors and
                                                 Student-athletes can perform well     area school districts for possible       day.
    institutions, not the NCAA.               on the playing field and in the          adoption.                                    “The diary will give the students     other teachers will complete written
        The battle waged by Oklahoma          college classroom if a balance be-          The Student-Athlete Mentor Pro-       an opportunity       to examine their     evaluations.
    and Georgia is the reason there is a      tween the dual role is reached at an     gram is a long-range study of the        own behavior and also provide the           “The monitoring system will give
    CFA. The major football colleges          early age, according to a University     effects of intervention on academic      mentors with information on stu-          us insight into academic preparation
    were unable to control their destin-      of California, Irvine, researcher.       achievement and retention. Students      dents’ strengths and weaknesses,’         and also allow mentors to respond
    ies. They were outnumbered and               “It’ much too late to start moni-
                                                    s                                  will be identified as freshmen and       Turner said.                              immediately to the students’ acade-
    voted down by institutions         that   toring their progress when they          begin participating as sophomores.           If a student misses the weekly        mic and personal needs,” he said.
    played football in a lesser environ-      reach college,” said Rick Turner,           Taking a page from an athletics       deadline to turn in the forms to
    ment and by institutions with no                                                                                             mentors (teachers or administra-            Turner believes the structured
                                              director of UC-Irvine’ Tutorial As-
                                                                    s                                         s
                                                                                       play book, Turner’ project incor-
    football programs.                                                                                                           tors), he or she is expelled from the    approaches to studying they will
                                              sistance Program. “Instilling      the   porates traits that coaches long have
                                                                                                                                 program.                                 learn in the program can be carried
                             s
        Once again, the CFA’ patience is      ideals of academic excellence and        stressed -self-discipline and respon-
    being tested. The NCAA has gone                                                                                                 “They have to take responsibility     to college.
                                              athletics achievement must begin in      sibility.
    costcutting happy. A special Con-         the lower grades; and if not there, at       Each day, the students will record    for their academic commitments,             “Student-athletes are expected to
    vention has been called by the            the secondary level.”                    their actions in a self-assessment       just as they do for their athletics       excel in their respective sports and
    NCAA Presidents Commission in                Turner recently was awarded a         diary/ questionnaire. The two-page        practices,” he said.                     also to achieve and maintain grades
     Dallas at the end of June. This time,    three-year grant to conduct a study      form asks about the quality of study          In their junior and senior years,    comparable to those of nonathletes,”
    the chief executive officers are zero-    of student-athletes in three high        time, where and with whom they            the students will complete question-                        s
                                                                                                                                                                          Turner said. “It’ a difficult role, but
     ing their knives in on football.         schools in Hartford, Connecticut.        studied, what assistance they re-         naires at the end of each semester       the study results should help them
        To prepare against the coming         He also has presented his project to     ceived, and how else they spent their     and participate in study-skills and      fulfill it better?



    OP inions                                                                                                                   Letters to the I$ditor
    Continued   from   page 2                                       Bob Lipper, columnist
    from a tour of duty overseas. She worked at a local             Richmond Times-Dispatch                                     Second best is not good enough
    restaurant that traditionally strung Christmas lights              ‘                 s
                                                                        Heroes. That’ what athletes have always repres-         To the Editor:
    and ornaments each year in December as decoration.                                     s
                                                                   ented to us, and it’ not an altogether invalid relation-         I am deeply distressed by the growing attitude in the U.S. of the
       ‘                           t
        When her husband didn’ arrive in Omaha on                   ship. But in recent years-partly      because of a more     acceptance and perpetuation of mediocrity and by the further propagation
    schedule, she asked that the lights be left up until he                                                            own
                                                                    probing press corps, partly because of the athletes’        of the attitude by the proposed NCAA Council legislation limiting practice
    did. Several months later, the woman’ husband came
                                           s                        indiscretions-we’  ve     come to know them more, their     seasons and competition.
    home.                                                           frailties, their flaws.                                         We are at a time when U.S.-produced cars are inferior to those of Japan
       “The lights stayed up; they still burn in Mr. C’    s           “Along with that process, it is hoped a message is       and Germany; when made in USA means second rate, and when, for the
    restaurant right there on 30th Street.                                                   s
                                                                    being transmitted: It’ long past the time to look in        first time in history, the USA has a trade deficit due to higher costs in
       “The College World Series receives a similar, seasonal       places other than stadiums and arenas for our heroes.       manufacturing and lower quality of goods.
    welcome. It hasn’ left yet, either.”
                      t                                                “As for Len Bias, his death became a public event, a         This is a time for us to say we can work harder, longer, better and more
                                                                   jolt to a nation attempting to grapple with an insidious     productively. It is a time for us to have pride in what we do and to say we
    Danny Burgess, vanity football player                           problem.                                                    will be the best at doing it.
    Rice Unlverslty                                                                             d
                                                                       “Lefty DrieselI, who’ lose his job as basketball             There is no better place to say and do this than at a university. There is
    The Spotting News                                               coach (at the University of Maryland, College Park) in      no more ideal place in a university than the athletics department. Our
                                              t
       “ A lot of kids (student-athletes) don’ have spending        the seismic aftermath, eulogized his fallen star. Jesse     athletics department offers and subsidizes some of the greatest opportunities
    money. You put them with 95 kids who, a lot of times,           Jackson attended Bias’ funeral and spoke passionately       for self-actualization and creativity known in the history of the world.
                                  t
    have money, and they can’ go get a pizza or do things           of the tragedy of a lie lost to drugs. He called Bias a         We should not be backing off from challenge and opportunity and
    that peer pressure leads to.                                    ‘hero.’                                                     settling for second best. Rather, we should meet our obligations while
       “So they think, ‘  Maybe I can get some money from              “With all due respect, Len Bias was not a hero.          remembering “to those whom much is given, much will be expected.”
    an outside source.’                                             Instead, he was at best a foolish guy with a gift for            If athletics in some cases interferes with academic accomplishment,
                                                      t
       “There needs to be a pay system, but it doesn’ need          basketball who gambled with his life and tapped out.        require higher academics achievement for competition eligibility; if
                                                s
    to go overboard. Maybe $20 a week. That’ enough for             He never deserved to be glorified ~ would you choose        athletics interferes with class meeting times, put a limit on class days
    you to go out on a weekend night with your friends.             him as role model for your son or daughter?-and             missed. But let us not back off from challenge and opportunity and in so
               t’                           d
       “I don’ think a salary is right. You’ get into a lot of                         t
                                                                    certainly doesn’ deserve to be now.                         doing teach our athletes to do so. Do not put a limit on practice and
    debates with the regular students- kids at Rice pay                 I      t
                                                                       ‘ don’ mean to dance on Bias’    grave, but we should    competition and limit achievement.
    close to $lO,tXlO a year to go to school here.”                 have no illusions about him or his demise.”
                                                                                                                                                                        Ken Hydinger
    Roger Bhon, adumniat                                            Jan Kemp, coordinator of hdopmentd               English                                                       s
                                                                                                                                                                        Head Men’ Tennis Coach
    Las Angeles Times Syndicate                                     Unbedty ot Georgia                                                                                  Indiana University, Bloomington
       “We have all grown up in this country with the               USA Ttiay
    nonsensical notion that sports superstars are more
    than just athletes.
                                                                        “The NCAA must adopt and enforce aggressive
                                                                    solutions to monetary abuses (in intercollegiate athlet-                        t
                                                                                                                                Play-off or not, don’ rap the bowls
       “We have grown up to believe these men are giants            ics). I propose that agents be ahowed to seek contracts     To the Editor:
    not just on the playing field, but also off the field. That     with athletes in the presence of a board composed of           Re: Tbe letter from Bill Keen and his comments about Jim Brock’           s
    somehow, they represent alI that is good and decent             faculty schooled in contracts.                              opinion that any type of (a Division I-A football) play-off would hurt the
    about America.                                                      “Since most target athletes are pro-bound, I also       bowl system.
       “And even though we read about case after case of            propose an NCAA-controlled        fund to provide emer-                                         t
                                                                                                                                   Keen comments that he hasn’ watched a Cotton Bowl in a long time
    athletes’ using drugs or driving drunk or getting into          gency, interest-free loans to athletes to be repaid from                     t
                                                                                                                                because it hasn’ meant anything. Does he believe that if, in an alternating
    fights with cops, we believe they are the exceptions to         future professional salaries.                               year, the Cotton Bowl were a first-round, play-off game in a national-
    the rule.                                                           “It is unrealistic to expect an athlete to ignore his   championship tournament, it would mean any more to him? If one is not
       “But that misses the point.                                  family’ needs when an unscrupulous agent’ check is
                                                                            s                                      s                                                                              s
                                                                                                                                a fan of the teams playing in the first round of the 64-team men’ basketball
       “Because a guy can throw a basketball through a              his only offer of help.                                     championship, it is highly unlikely that any game during that round would
    hoop does not mean anything except that he is a good                “The college athlete faces greater temptation at a      -mean- something.
    basketball player. Period.                                      more vulnerable age than the rest of us. The memory            Furthermore, while recent Cotton Bowls may not have meant anything
       “It does not mean he is trustworthy, loyal, brave,           of the athlete who begged to do my yard work so he          to Mr. Keen, I daresay the folks from Texas A&M, Ohio State, Auburn,
    clean or reverent. It does not mean he is a Boy Scout.          could afford dating is heart-wrenching enough. Tragic       Houston, Boston College, etc., would beg to differ.
    It does not mean he is a good example for the youth of          is the athlete who worries not only about grades and                                                                         s
                                                                                                                                   Outside the chance to compete in a prestigious New Year’ Day bowl,
    America.                                                        field performance, but about food, shelter and heat for     those schools have reaped great financial rewards from the Cotton Bowl. I
       “We believe these men have been given not only                his family.                                                mention only the most obvious ‘   plus” from an event that gives much to the
     greatness, but also goodness.                                      “The NCAA must provide solutions. More than             schools and to its community.
        “And that’ baloney.-
                  s                                                  honor is at stake; lives hang in the balance.”                                                                        See Letters, page 4
i   vwmcMm*1
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Letters                                                                            No happy medium for Stanford; it
                                                                                   excels in academics and athletics
Continued from page 3
   Whether one is a proponent of a (Division I-A) football play-off system
or not, belittling what the bowls have meant to college football and its fans
accomplishes nothing. The bowl system has been good for college football           By Steve Wilstein                                                                       S18,OOOper athlete.
in so many ways, but it is true that one cannot please all of the people all                                                                                                   It takes big money to run a pro-
of the time.                                                                           Take a peek at campus life far
                                                                                                                                                                           gram like that-$18        million this
                                       Teresa Rennoe                               from recruiting scandals, alumni
                                                                                                                                                                           year-and        Stanford is not shy
                                       Administrative Assistant                    slush funds and sordid drug tales.
                                                                                                                                                                           about turning to alumni for help.
                                       Bluebonnet Bowl                                  No phony transcripts here, and
                                                                                                                                                                               This year, for the first time,
                                       Houston, Texas                              no flunking heroes helped along by
                                                                                                                                                                           $300,000 in university funds was
                                                                                   desperate coaches.
                                                                                                                                                                           given to the athletics department to
Cross country treated like stepchild                                                    Welcome to Stanford University,
                                                                                   where the concept of student-athlete
                                                                                                                                                                           cover the deficit and avoid dropping
To the Editor:                                                                                                                                                                    s               s
                                                                                                                                                                           men’ and women’ fencing, field
                                                                                         t
                                                                                   isn’ a joke and the glassencased
    At this time, with the leadership of the NCAA considering several                                                                                                      hockey, and wrestling. Only wom-
                                                                                   trophies prove that a clean sports
changes in regulations that will affect the future of all NCAA-sponsored                                                                                                        s
                                                                                                                                                                           en’ softball was dropped.
                                                                                   program can achieve success without
                                        s             s
sports, the members of the men’ and women’ cross country coaches                                                                                                               The university’  s long-standing
                                                                                   sacrificing moral or academic integ-
associations believe it appropriate and necessary that we call attention to a                                                                                              opposition to the support of sports
                                                                                   rity.
specific concern that threatens the future definition and integrity of our                                                                                                 revolves around the athletics de-
                                                                                       The baseball team won the Col-
sport.                                                                                                                                                                                 s
                                                                                                                                                                           partment’ use of scholarships based
                                                                                   lege World Series this month (Stan-
   Since the fall of 1938 when the first NCAA cross country championships                                                                                                  on merit rather than need. Stanford
                                                                                           s
                                                                                   ford’ eighth NCAA team sports
meet was held at Michigan State University, cross country has enjoyed                                                                                                      policy is not to deny entry to any
                                                                                   title in two years), the football team
nearly 50 years of rich and illustrious tradition in intercollegiate athletics     played in the Gator Bowl and 16                                                         student based on need.
competition. It is a sport conducted in its own separate season (fall), with                                                                                                    While raising about %6 million a
                                                                                   sports teams were nationally ranked
separate and distinct rosters of athletes participating, and represented by                                                                                                year in gifts, Geiger and develop-
                                                                                   this past academic year.                            FedinandA.       Geiger
separate coaches association bodies. It is defined and considered as a                                                                                                      ment director John Kates are careful
                                                                                                       re
                                                                                       “I think we’ exhibit A that you
distinct and separate sport by the NCAA sports sponsorship guidelines.                                                           a good program. You can have a            to avoid the kinds of abuses that
                                                                                   can combine an academic commu-
    However, in regard to the currently proposed regulations pertaining to                                                       very good program and not win a            have damaged other schools. Audits
                                                                                   nity and an athletics community
limitations in playing and practice seasons, recruiting periods, scholarships,                                                   championship.”                             are conducted annually and strict
                                                                                   successfully,” athletics director Fer-
and staff size, cross country has not been considered as the separate sport                                                         Winning   titles every once in          rules govern the acceptance and use
                                                                                   dinand A. Geiger said.
that it is. Instead, it has been joined under the umbrella of track and field/                                                   awhile, though, is important for the       of money.
                                                                                                  s
                                                                                        Stanford’ athletics achievement
cross country. As such, cross country is the only NCAA-sponsored sport                                                           program and the morale of the                  When it comes to drugs, Stanford
                                                                                    is rooted in the quality of its coaches,
lacking proposals applied specifically to its own practice and playing                                                           students and coaches. This year, in        goes its own way, too, declining to
                                                                                    the coaches’    concern for the individ-
seasons, recruiting period, scholarships, and staff size.                                                                        addition to baseball, Stanford won        join other schools in mandatory
                                                                                    ual, strict recruiting rules and the
    We acknowledge the close relationship between the sports of track and                                                                                                   testing.
                                                                                    high standards of the admissions
field and cross country and agree that in many ways this relationship has                                                                                                       Instead of testing, Stanford
                                                                                    office.
served both sports very well. We also understand the intentions and                                                                                                         started a program of counseling by
importance of the considerations in the current focus on future limitations
                                                                                        “Our coaches are aware that               %k wonderful to                           substance-abuse experts and has
                                                                                           re
                                                                                   they’ not using these youngsters.
in all NCAA-sponsored sports.                                                                re
                                                                                   They’ participating with them in              win a championship;                        team physicians meet with athletes
    We recognize that the culmination of this process will significantly affect                                                                                             for confidential talks.
the future of collegiate athletics generally and the definition and direction
                                                                                   their education,” Geiger said.                but if athletics didn’t                       A sports-medicine      committee
                                                                                        “And when it comes to recruiting
of each sport specifically.
                                                                                   standards or drugs, we almost don’        t   have an intrinsic                         with several doctors, psychologists
    It is appropriate at this pivotal time, then, that we draw attention to this                                                                                           and Stanford trainers also is focus-
lack of specific attention and consideration for the sport of cross country.
                                                                                    talk about anything else with our            value for the stu-                        ing attention on the athletes to
                                                                                   coaches.
    We respectfully seek the support of each participating institution’      s                 re
                                                                                        “We’ absolutely terrified at the         dents who partici-                        avoid or treat problems.
president, faculty athletics representative and athletics director and request     prospect that we would have a scan-                                                               ve
                                                                                                                                                                               “We’ had a couple of problems,
that the final framing of this legislation be applied to and address                                                             pate in it, neither this                                       t
                                                                                                                                                                           although we don’ have anybody in
                                                                                   dal here,” he said. “It would finish
specifically the sport of cross country in regard to the issues of practice and    us. Anybody who works for this                university nor any                        the (counseling) program right now,”
                                                                                                                                                                           Geiger said. “It would be naive to
playing season, recruiting period, scholarships, and staff size.                   department or has graduated from
Ron Warhurst                               Rick McGuire                                                      t
                                                                                   this university wouldn‘ dare violate
                                                                                                                                 other has any busi-                                     t
                                                                                                                                                                           say we don’ have a problem. We’      re
University of Michigan                    University of Missouri, Columbia                                                       ness being in it. If we                    not exempt from it. We try to get to
                                                                                                      s
                                                                                   the trust that’ been given us. We
President                                 President                                                                                                                                                      re
                                                                                                                                                                           know each individual. We’ not so
                                                                                                                      s
                                                                                   never stop talking about it. It’ right
U.S. Cross Country Coaches                        s
                                          Women’ Intercollegiate                   up front in the interview process.”
                                                                                                                                        t
                                                                                                                                 aren’ creating an                          big and so impersonal that we’      re
Association                               Cross Country Coaches Association                                                      endless string of                          not paying attention to our young-
                                                                                       Only those applicants with at
                                                                                                                                                                            sters.”
                                                                                   least 3.000 grades, scores of 1,OOCl
Column a superficial view of issue                                                 on the SATs and other characteris-
                                                                                                                                 teaching moments,                              Muster said the aspect of Stan-
                                                                                                                                                                                  s
                                                                                                                                                                           ford’ athletics program he’ most s
To the Editor:                                                                     tics that contribute to a “profile of         letis get out of this                      impressed with is the help of the
    A fair response must be given to the editorial-page Comment feature of         success” make it into Stanford.
                                                                s
June IO, 1987, by Bob Smizik of the Pittsburgh Press on“It’ Time to Give               Geiger believes it is important
                                                                                                                                 thing.93                                  faculty.
                                                                                                                                                                               “We had a whole department
College Athletes a Piece of the Pie.” Mr. Smizik’ analysis of intercollegiate
                                                   s                               not to make exceptions to normal
                                                                                                                                                                           devoted to study halls and making
athletes is reminiscent of what Adm. Jim Stockdale, then president of The          admissions requirements for ath-                                      s
                                                                                                                                 NCAA titles in men’ water polo,            sure athletes were taking the time to
Citadel, used to describe as the analysis by “those bottom-line guys.” In          letes.                                        and swimming and diving and wom-
                                                                                                                                                                           do their work off the field,” he said.
other words, those whose analyses center on quantitative or economic                   “The admissions office is seen as             s
                                                                                                                                 en’ tennis, and finished second in
                                                                                                                                                                               “We talk about drugs, academic
matters only and totally miss the qualitative aspects of any equation.             our problem, one of the things we                     s
                                                                                                                                 women’ swimming and diving.
                                                                                                                                                                            performance and integrity quite a
    In light of the furor that has been raised in the past three years over the    have to overcome,” Geiger said.                     s
                                                                                                                                    “It’ wonderful to win a cham-
                                                                                                                                                                            bit,” he said. “The coaches want us
commercialization      of intercollegiate sport and the host of problems that      “Heck, they save our lives by choos-                                         t
                                                                                                                                 pionship, but if athletics didn’ have
                                                                                                                                                                           to be aware of the problems out
that brings with it, it seems that the media have been proliferated with           ing people who can succeed, They              an intrinsic value for the students
                                                                                                                                                                            there. We know if we have a prob-
articles coming from this dimension.                                               are far more expert at that than we           who participate in it, neither this
                                                                                                                                                                            lem, we can get help with confidence,
   This is not only an aberrated view, but it is a low-priority one, despite the   are.                                          university nor any other has any
                                                                                                                                                                                              s
                                                                                                                                                                            and I think that’ a big issue. It goes
need for balanced budgets in big-time sport.                                           “Well rate the youngsters athleti-        business being in it,” Geiger said. “If
                                                                                                                                                                            back to caring for the individual.
   What absolutely must be pointed out is that his statement that “coaches’        cally, but 1 rely on the admissions                     t
                                                                                                                                 we aren’ creating an endless string
                                                                                                                                                                                   s
                                                                                                                                                                           That’ what this athletics program
salaries today start at six figures” simply is not true.                           office totally to tell us whether they                                   s
                                                                                                                                 of teaching moments, let’ get out of
                                                                                                                                                                            is all about.”
    Although Mr. Smizik uses considerable items of documentation that                                     s
                                                                                   can succeed. That’ why the gradua-            this thing.”
coaches do, in fact, at the highest level of intercollegiate sport, make large     tion rate is high.”                              About 700 students, more than             Wilstein writes for the Associated
sums of money and are the benefactors of numerous perquisites, the reality             Year after year, nearly 95 percent         10 percent of the undergraduates,        Press.
is that this is only the tip of the iceberg.                                                      s
                                                                                   of Stanford’ varsity athletes leave           participate in 29 varsity sports, and
    As a person who spent considerable time in intercollegiate athletics and       with degrees, about the same as the           thousands of others play intramural       Lighting planned
one who has experience in negotiating contracts for both coaches and               rest of the student body and, by              sports.
athletics directors, I must point out that most of the people who are              some estimates, more than twice the              “The hardest thing for us to ac-       for Pitt Stadium
employed at those institutions beneath the top 100 schools don’ begin to
                                                                     t             national average for athletes.                complish has been national recogni-           Pitt Stadium will be equipped
recapture economically the income and benefits level of their peers in other           And that is at a school rated by          tion in basketball,” Geiger said.         with permanent lights by this fall so
private-sector activities. As a matter of fact, my experience tells me that the    university presidents as the best in                      re
                                                                                                                                 “But we’ making strides, and I            the University of Pittsburgh can
lion’ share of people who make a living in the profession endure what I
     s                                                                             the nation, along with Harvard,               think we can do it.                       play three of its seven home football
refer to as “the poverty line of the white-collar crowd.”                          Yale and Princeton Universities.                                 s
                                                                                                                                    “I think there’ a problem that         games at night, according to athlet-
    I think it is due time that the policy makers in intercollegiate sport             About 85 percent of Stanford’       s     many of the youngsters who are            ics director Edward E. Bozik.
recognize the hazards and risks of the coaching and administration                 athletes, including those who play            excellent basketball players are not          Bozik, saying that night games
professions and begin to rectify these ills.                                       pro sports, go on to graduate school.         prepared through secondary and            have proven popular with Pitt fans,
   When the legislative body attempts to restrict fair trade by capping the            “This is a place for people who           lower school systems in their com-        expects the construction project to
number of assistant coaches at eight and intends to restrict capitalism by         really want to succeed,“said football         munitites for Stanford,” he said.         begin in August and take a month
limiting the outside income that certain fortunate coaches can make,               star Brad Muster, the Pacific-10                 “I hope some of the rules aimed        to complete.
economically we are operating counter to the system that makes this                Conference offensive player of the            at raising academic standards will           “We’  re doing this because we
country run.                                                                       year and an economics major with a            produce a byproduct of excellence         think it will increase attendance,”
                                          Thomas R. Park, Ph.D.                    3.100 GPA. “Everyone who comes                in the classroom that will allow us to    Bozik said.
                                          Sports Management Consultant             here wants to be the best, whether it         have better recruiting success in             Bozik said the lights will cost
                                          Tallahassee, Florida                     be in the classroom or on the playing         basketball.”                              about %750,000 and will be paid for
                                                                                   field.”                                          Unlike the Ivy League schools,         over a IO-year period by anticipated
   Bitor 5 Note: Park has written an article that he says documents “quite             Stanford strives for more than            against which it competes for schol-      ticket-sale increases.
clearly theplight of modern-day coaches or athletics administrators” that he       trophies or degrees, however.                 arly athletes, Stanford, one of the          A 1985 survey of students and
will make available to any coach or athletics director who wants a copy.               “The quality of the quest is what         most expensive private universities       ticket purchasers showed 85.2 per-
Interestedparties can write to Park at Thorn Park & Associates, Inc., 1413         athletics is all about,” Geiger said.         in the country, offers 280 varsity        cent in favor of more night home
OldfSi Drive, Tallahassee, Florida 32312.                                          “Championships are byproducts of              athletes grants-in-aid worth nearly       games, Bozik said.
Legislative                      Assistance                                       In choosing Schultz, NCAA wants
1987 Column No. 25

                        Annual financial audit
                                                                                  to maintain its strong leadership                                                                            -
   After reviewing an earlier committee interpretation regarding NCAA             By Bill Millsaps                                                                       involved in the choice of his succes-
Constitution 3-2(c), the NCAA Legislation and Interpretations Committee           Richmond Times-Dispatch            .                                                   sor. “Quality needs to come before
has determined that institutions with athletics expenditures of less than                                                                                                haste,” Schultz said. “There are a lot
$300,000 in a given year first could be exempted from the audit requirements                                 t
                                                                                       Who says you can’ learn some-                                                     of good people here who are able to
for fiscal years beginning on or after July 1, 1986. This action is consistent     thing useful from sports writers?                                                     keep the department running well
with the established July 1, 1985, effective date for determining the                  Last September, University of                                                     for a good period of time (until the
application    of audit legislation generally, and means that member               Virginia     athletics director Dick                                                  next AD comes in).”
institutions must have conducted an independent financial audit at least           Schultz was having a conversation                                                                  s
                                                                                                                                                                            In Schultz’ view, if he were going
once prior to utilizing the exemption opportunity.                                 with Times-Dispatch         staff writer                                              to leave in the next two or three
   In determining whether athletics expenditures for a given fBcaI year            Jerry Lindquist, who asked, “Are                                                      years, now is the ideal time. “In the
exceed $300,000, the NCAA Council has stated that institutions should              you interested in Walter Byers’   job?”                                               next three months,” he said, “we will
allocate common-facility and other indirect costs to intercollegiate athletics         Schultz obviously was surprised                                                   have completed the master plan (for
                                             s
in a manner consistent with the institution’ normal accounting practices           that somebody should consider him                                                     facility improvement) and we will
and previous independent financial audits. Specifcahy excluded, however,           a candidate to succeed Byers as                                                       not have started the capital (fund-
are athletics salaries and wages as defined by NCAA financial audit               executive director of the NCAA. As                                                     raising) campaign. This may set the
guidelines; payroll taxes and fringe benefits related to athletics salaries and    he told the story recently, Schultz                                                   capital campaign back 60 to 90
wages; long-lived physical plant and capital expenditures, inasmuch as            threw his head back, remembering                                                                      s
                                                                                                                                                                         days, but that’ all.”
most institutions, in budgeting, distinguish between “operating” and               how the question had brought him                                                                       s
                                                                                                                                                                            Now that it’ over, Schultz is
“capital”expenditures,    and financial aid made available to students that is    up short.                                                                              happy that he let the NCAA come
handled exclusively by the tinancial aid office and granted without regard            “I said to Jerry, ‘   What are you                                                 to him, rather than the other way
to athletic ability.                                                              talking about? How could I possibly                                                    around. “I think,” he said, “that this
   In determining operating expenditures, the institution also shall include      be interested in Walter Byers’ job                                                     is something 1 was supposed to do
expenditures in behalf of the institution’ intercollegiate athletics program
                                          s                                       and why would they be interested in                                                    because I let the job happen.
by outside organizations, agencies or groups identified in NCAA audit              me?’                                                                      s
                                                                                                                               to take the executive director’ office               t
                                                                                                                                                                            “I didn’ try to create a big net-
legislation and the audit guidelines.                                                  “Jerry said, ‘      re
                                                                                                      They’ interested in      out of Mission, Kansas, and put it       work of people to help me get the
   Member institutions are reminded that if they intend to take advantage          you, because your name is on their                                          ll
                                                                                                                               on a private plane (which he’ pilot      job. It was too important to have it
of the exemption opportunity, the chief executive officer shall verify the         list.‘”                                     himself) and take it anywhere he          become a political job.”
institution’ intention in writing to John H. Leavens, director of compliance,
           s                                                                                   s
                                                                                       Schultz’ name eventually became         perceives a problem or a potential           When that job was offered,
at the NCAA national office.                                                       the only name on the list. He was           problem.                                  Schultz had to make what he called
                   Complimentary           admissions                              offered the job, accepted it and on            At the age of 57, Schultz still has   “the most difficult personal decision
   The Division I subcommittee of the Legislation and Interpretations              September 1 begins to take over the                          t
                                                                                                                               dreams. “I don’ want to be just a         I ever had to make.” Part of the
Committee has contirmed that for purposes of NCAA Bylaw 1-9-(a),                   most important position in intercol-        figurehead,” he said. “I want to do      equation was financial.
complimentary    admissions provided to prospective student-athletes by            legiate athletics.                          some things that will be positive for        In January 1985, when an annuity
Division 1 member institutions must be issued only through a pass list, thus           Without denigrating any of the          the industry that has been so good       was set up by major Virginia athlet-
precluding hard tickets from being issued to prospective student-athletes or       other three finalists for the position,     to me over the years.”                   ics contributors to keep football
                                     s
the student host during the prospect’ official visit to a Division I member                    s
                                                                                   the NCAA’ choice of Schultz indi-              He leaves behind a University of      coach George Welsh, similar deals
institution.                                                                       cates that the organization warned          Virginia athletics program that is       were arranged for basketball coach
                                                                                   an experienced athletics adminis-           close to becoming what Schultz           Terry Holland and for Schultz.
           Printed recruiting aids-questionnaires                                                                              said he wanted whEii he took the             The annuity matures in January
   The Legislation and Interpretations Committee agreed that in order not          trator who had been tested in battle
                                                                                   and had demonstrated some steel.                s
                                                                                                                               AD’ job six years ago--a         model    1990. By leaving now, Schultz fig-
to constitute a violation of Bylaw 1-14bH3) governing printed recruiting                                                       of excellence.” The Cavaliers are        ures he leaves on the table *about
                                                                                   Hiring Schultz is a sign that, after
aids, an institutional questionnaire sent to a prospective student-athlete or
                                                                                  36 years of Byers, the NCAA was              very good in some sports and at          $360,ooo.”
high school to obtain information concerning prospective student-athletes                                                      least competitive in others. They
                                                                                  not afraid of having another very                                                        He said, however, that the NCAA
must conform to the following criteria:                                                                                        recruit good students and graduate       and its independent financial con-
                                                                                  strong individual at the helm of the
                                                                 s
   a. The questionnaire cannot include pictures of an institution’ athletics                                                   a huge percentage of them. And           sultant were aware of the salary and
                                                                                  ship.
department personnel or enrolled student-athletes;                                                                             they run a clean program.                benefits he had. One can safely
   b. The questionnaire cannot contain any material designed to serve as a            Schultz may speak softly and, on
                                                                                  most occasions, carefully, but there            Schultz is quick to credit his        assume that Schultz will be paid in
promotional item, specifically including, but not limited to, a detachable                                                    coaches and his support staff for the     the neighborhood of !§150,000 per
section;                                                                          is no mistaking his intelligence, his
                                                                                  selfconfidence        and his desire to     fine reputation Virginia athletics        year for the five years of his contract.
   c. The questionnaire must be printed on regular institutional stationery,                                                   enjoys around the country. “He              One can also safely assume he
and                                                                               serve what he believes to be the best
                                                                                  interests of intercollegiate athletics.      delegates authority and encourages       wiU earn it. A man who knows and
   d. The questionnaire cannot include information designed to serve as a                                                      you to be creative in doing your         respects Schultz shook his hand
recruiting brochure.                                                                   He is, in the felicitous phrase of
                                                                                   Hampden-Sydney College President           job,” said a member of the Virginia       yesterday and said, ‘     Congratula-
                                                                                  Josiah Bunting, “imbued with a               staff who asked to remain nameless,      tions.. I think.”
                                                                                                                              “but if you mess up, he will drop a          “We were lucky to get a Dick
Committee                         Notices                                         sense of service.” At a time when
                                                                                   many people are skeptical, if not           building on you.”
                                                                                                                                  To that staff member, it was hear-
                                                                                                                                                                        Schultz,” said D. Alan Williams,
                                                                                                                                                                        faculty chair of athletics. Perhaps
                                                                                  cynical, about college athletics,
                                                                                   Schultz believes he can make a              tening to learn that Schultz will be     the Cavaliers will get lucky again.
   Member institutions are invited to submit nominations for interim
vacancies on NCAA committees. Nominations         to fill the following            difference.
vacancies must be received by Fannie B. Vaughan, executive assistant, in               He wants to interact with college
the national office no later than July 8, 1987.
   Ice Hockey Committee: Replacement for Terry Abram, College of St.
                                                                                  presidents,       boards of trustees,
                                                                                  coaches, ADS, fans and reporters.              The NCAAs new man
Thomas, resigned from the committee. Appointee must be a Division III              He wants to talk with them about             The Kansas City Times
West representative.                                                              issues of integrity and about mis-            An editorial
   Men’ VoIIeyba11: Replacement for Richard M. Bay, Ohio State
       s                                                                          perceptions of the NCAA. He wants
University, who declined reappointment. Appointee must be an adminis-                                                              Problems abound in college sports. But so does the potential for
trator                                                                            Some day                                      reform. The job of the new NCAA director is to curb the troubles
                                                                                                                                and emphasize growth of programs in the proper direction.
                                                                                                                                   Dick Schultz is the man chosen to keep leading the NCAA in that
   Reviving                                                                       Continued from page 3
                                                                                  to do so. Why should their style of
                                                                                                                                direction. He will replace Walter Byers, who has been linked with the
                                                                                                                                NCAA for more than three decades.
                                                                                  athletics living be cut?                         The woes of university sports have come under sharper public
   Continued from page 2                 fessional athletes and “suggest              The CFA has such heavy hitters            scrutiny in the past five years.
   ularly held beliefs about college     that we create far more disap-           when it calls the roll. There are 63             Drugs have crippled some careers and been involved in the death
   sports.                               pointment than opportunity, far          members, most of them prominent               of at least one widely known basketball player, Len Bias. Recruiters,
      He said that the lure of reve-     more exploitation than employ-           contributors to NCAA finances and             including coaches and wealthy boosters, have broken regulations by
   nue-producing        sports, while    ment.”                                   programs.                                     promising high school athletes everything under the sun for wearing
   often cited as anchor for minor-          “All of us associated with the           Pennsylvania    State University          the colors of their colleges. Bribes have been handed out. Grades
   sports teams, actually diverts        NCAA,” he wrote, “have been              and the University of Miami (Flor-            have been changed. Agents have coerced athletes into signing
   attention from those sports and       guilty of benign neglect by allow-       ida), which played for the mythical           professional contracts, illegal under NCAA rules.
   that women, especially, received      ing the emphasis in college ath-         national football championship, are              Meanwhile, athletics has assumed an importance totally out of
   less attention because of the         letics to shift from healthy bodies      card-carrying CFA members. Penn               sync with college life. Many problems are linked to dollars and cents.
   undue emphasis on some sports,        to healthy budgets.”                           s
                                                                                  State’ Joe Patemo is one of the               Television money has an enormously corrupting potential.
   such as big-time football pro-                                                 organization’ s staunchest suppor-               Slowly, changes have been occurring. Drug-testing programs have
   grams.                                    He said, however, that the           ters.
                                         cost-containment     intent of the                                                     commendably been put in place. University presidents have passed
      Whalen also challenged the                                                     Notre Dame belongs. So do Ala-             new rules making it more difficult for bad students to participate in
   argument that the commerciali-        special Convention can be ful-           bama, Georgia, Tennessee, Notre               athletics. The NCAA has slapped tough penalties on schools that
   zation of college athletics creates   filled by full and equal participa-      Dame, North Carolina, Texas, Okla-
                                         tion by all NCAA members from                                                          continually abuse the rule book.
   opportunities for underprivileged                                              homa and Nebraska, to name a few.                             t
                                                                                                                                   Schultz won’ take over for at least another year. That will give him
   athletes, particularly minorities,    all divisions.                              The NCAA would have a hard                 plenty of time to study the problems of college athletics. But cleaner
   who otherwise would be denied            “And the Convention will be           time existing without them.                   programs can be run by the coaches and the presidents. More
   a college education and a chance      successful only if we have the              Secession has never been an issue          emphasis can be put on getting good grades rather than throwing
   for a professional sports career.     courage to negotiate reforms that        on the CFA floor. No one has ever             tight-spiral passes.
      He said hard statistics show       underscore our educational mis-          publicly proposed breaking away                  It will be a delicate balance to strike. The qualifications of Dick
   how many athletes actuallygrad-       sion and service to students,”           from the NCAA. But there have                 Schultz indicate hc may be just the right person to handle the NCAA
   uatc and how many become pro-         Whalen added.                            been hints that the CFA should do             in the years ahead.
                         /
                                                                                     own thing.
                                                                                  its’
                                                                                                         Ii.      .I
Commission announces agenda fok national forum
    An NCAA Presidents Commis-            ficers approve of all compensation          into motion an escalating series of         them face-to-face, taking public          address, among others, the following
sion policy paper entitled “Intercol-     arrangements involving coaches.             events that results in a constant           positions and subjecting them to the      questions or issues:
legiate     Athletics-Agenda        for   Also, the Convention reduced the            temptation to misbehave in order to         scrutiny of our institutional com-             l How do the experiences of col-
Reform” was mailed to all NCAA            number of initial grant awards in           win, to generate profits for other          munities. We enthusiastically      call   lege or university life of student-
members June 3 and provides infor-        Division I-A football and the total         sports, to maintain employment of           for this forum because, to date,          athletes compare with those of other
                              s
mation on the Commission’ plans           number of grants in Division I bas-         coaches (some of whom are paid              NCAA member institutions have             students, in general, and with those
for its I8-month national forum on        ketball.                                    extraordinarily high salaries) and to       rarely had an opportunity to discuss      of other students who devote a
the proper role of intercollegiate           Other measures on the reform             pay for ever more lavish facilities.        and consider first principles and         great deal of time to a particular
athetics within higher education.         agenda were deferred for considera-            These presidents realize that there      basic premises. It is our responsibil-    extracurricular activity7
    The document was mailed to the        tion by the Presidents Commission           are several institutions that run big-      ity to provide the opportunity for             l How do the experiences of stu-
chief executive officer, faculty ath-     and the NCAA Council. In prepa-             time programs honestly. They be-            all of us to speak our piece and then,    dent-athletes differ depending upon
letics representative, director of ath-   ration for the special Convention,          lieve, however, that even these insti-      having done so, to find a common          whether one is a participant in big-
letics and primary woman athletics        we conducted a comprehensive                tutions    too often subordinate            ground on which everyone has a            time sports or in sports that are not
administrator at each active member       study of salient issues by consulting       academic values to athletics con-           chance to determine an acceptable         given a heavy emphasis?
institution, as well as to all member     with NCAA Council subcommittees             cerns. They believe that young re-          and honorable result.                          l How do the experiences of stu-
conferences and affiliated members.       and others. Also, we surveyed the           cruits who have no prospect of                  It is also our responsibility to      dent-athletes compare with those of
    In a memorandum accompanying          views of Division I chief executive         succeeding as students are admitted         frame the issues of the forums            other students in terms of courses
the paper, Commission Chair John                                                                                                  sharply, with a clear view toward         taken, classes attended, time spent
B. Slaughter reported that the doc-                                                                                               finding solutions. To that end, we        on or off campus, tutoring received?
ument was developed under the                                                                                                     have invited four eminent represen-       How do they feel about and evaluate
leadership of the Commission’ Ads                                                                                                 tatives of American higher educa-         their experiences? Do they see them-
 Hoc Committee on Institutional                                                                                                   tion to initiate the dialogue by          selves as beneficiaries of fine pro-
Responsibility, chaired by Chancel-                                                                                               presenting their views on the place       grams, or as exploited? How do
lor Ira Michael Heyman of the                                                                                                     of intercollegiate athletics in our       they personally experience the bal-
                                          officers and used their responses in        simply because they are exceptional
University of California, Berkeley.                                                                                               colleges and universities. These four     ance between athletics and acade-
                                          developing cost-containment        and      athletes and are awarded financial
    Slaughter said the policy state-                                                                                              speakers will be Anthony E Ceddia,        mics in their daily lives?
                                          institutional-balance  legislation for      aid solely on the basis of their ath-
ment “affords the NCAA member-                                                                                                    president of Shippensburg Univer-
                                          consideration by the 1987 special           letics prowess. They believe that                                                         l How are student-athletes recruit-
ship a clear point of departure for                                                                                               sity of Pennsylvania (Division II);
                                          Convention.                                 athletes are often counseled to take                                                  ed? How do recruitment activities
its participation in the national fo-                                                                                             Ira Michael Heyman, chancellor of
                                                                                      courses and curricula that simply                                                     differ depending upon the intensity
rum.”                                                                                                                             the University of California, Berke-
                                          1987 Speclal Convention                     enable them to remain eligible and,                                                   of the athletics program? What are
    The full text of the policy paper                                                                                             ley (Division I); Frank E. Horton,
                                             At Dallas, our first objective will      in any event, are required to spend                                                   the differences in test scores and
follows, reprinted from the June 3                                                                                                president of the University of Okla-
                                          be to perfect the specific legislation      an inordinate amount of time prac-                                                    grade-point averages between ath-
issue of The NCAA News:                                                                                                           homa (Division        I), and Richard
                                          that will complete the set of res-          ticing and competing. They believe                                                    letes and other students? How do
                                                                                                                                  Warch, president of Lawrence Uni-
                                          traints enunciated in our principles        that, throughout their college ca-                                                    recruited students personally expe-
                                                                                                                                  versity (Division III).
Intercollegiate athletics-                adopted at the San Diego Conven-            reers, these young men and women                                                      rience the process of choice of col-
                                                                                                                                      Their presentations will be fol-
                                          tion. We must ensure that a full set        are encouraged to be athletes first                                                   lege and university and the role of
agenda for reform                                                                                                                 lowed by comments from a panel of
                                                                                                                                                                            athletics recruitment in that proc-
                                          of regulations is put in place on each      and, if time permits, students sec-
                                                                                                                                  respondents that will include an
                                          of the issues of recruiting, compen-        ond. The presidents who hold these                                                    ess?
Background                                                                                                                         athletics director, a woman athletics
    The Presidents Commission of          sation of coaches, playing and prac-        views believe that big-time athletics                                                     l What are the end results of
                                                                                                                                   administrator,    a coach, a faculty
the NCAA, in addressing change of         tice seasons, coaching staffs, and          programs are usually antithetical to                                                  college and university athletics pro-
                                                                                                                                   athletics representative and other
intercollegiate athletics, has guided     financial aid.                              balanced and responsible higher                                                       grams? What are the graduation
                                                                                                                                   presidents. Delegates will have an
its work by asking three direct ques-         At Dallas, we will also raise the       education.                                                                            rates of various types of students
                                                                                                                                   opportunity to submit questions to
tions: How can we maintain integrity      third question that has guided our              Other presidents flatly disagree.                                                                     ?
                                                                                                                                                                            and programs‘ How do student-
                                                                                                                                  the speakers or the respondents. A
in intercollegiate athletics? How can     work: What is the proper role of            They believe that big-time athletics                                                  athletes evaluate their college expe-
                                                                                                                                  full transcript of the discussion will
we contain the costs of athletics         intercollegiate athletics in American       provides valuable benefits to indi-                                                   riences as they come to an end?
                                                                                                                                  be provided to all delegates to the
programs and maintain a balance           higher education? We know that              vidual student-athletes,        to their                                              What do their lives look like three
                                                                                                                                   Convention.
between athletics programs and            this question raises broad questions        larger campus communities, and to                                                     and four years after they leave col-
other institutional programs? What        about the scale and intensity of                        s
                                                                                      the nation’ colleges and universities.       National forums                          lege?
is the proper role of intercollegiate     athletics programs. It also raises          They believe that big-time athletics                                                      l What effects do intercollegiate
                                                                                                                                       We envision that the Dallas dia-
athletics in American higher educa-       specific questions about such issues        programs have contributed to the                                                      athletics programs have on the life
                                                                                                                                  logue will give rise to questions that
tion? These questions, which are          as freshman eligibility, need-based         quality of American higher educa-                                                     of the colleges and universities, as
                                                                                                                                  require further discussion and anal-
most often asked of Division I foot-      financial aid, the structure of the         tion by providing young people,                                                       distinct from their effects on indi-
                                                                                                                                  ysis. We therefore intend that the
ball and basketball programs, cut         NCAA and revenue-sharing. We                 including many from disadvantaged                                                    vidual athletes? For example, do
                                                                                                                                   NCAA will stage, on behalf of the
across all divisions and all sports.      know that these are difficult ques-         backgrounds, with the opportunity           Presidents Commission, special na-        big-time sports increase alumni giv-
    In 1984, when the Presidents Com-     tions and that people who care              to attend college and develop as            tional forums to discuss such critical    ing? Do they contribute to campus
mission was established, we posed         about intercollegiate athletics have        students and as athletes. They be-          questions as these:                       morale? Do they provide important
the first question: How can we en-        sharply differing answers. We, our-         lieve that student-athletes should                                                    ties to alumni?
                                                                                      enjoy the same financial aid oppor-             l How can athletics contribute to
sure that intercollegiate     athletics   selves, do not agree.                                                                                                                 l What effects do revenue-pro-
                                                                                      tunities as other specially talented        the quality of student-athletes’lives?
programs are conducted with integ-                                                                                                Should the educational experience         ducing and revenue-sharing arran-
rity? As a partial answer, we pressed     Call for a national dialogue                students. They believe that -as with                                                  gements have on the structure and
                                                                                      the student who chooses to devote a         of student-athletes be substantially
for rapid implementation of legisla-          At Dallas, we will address these                                                                                              character of intercollegiate athletics?
                                                                                      great deal of time to such activities       comparable to that of their nonath-
tion specifying the minimum acade-        disagreements-not       by proposing                                                    lete peers?                               What impact do these arrangements
mic qualifications a student-athlete      specific legislative measures, but by       as music, journalism         or student                                               have on student-athletes, on com-
                                                                                      government ~ the student-athlete’      s        l On what basis should athletics-
must obtain and maintain to partic-       initiating a national dialogue. We                                                                                                petitive schedules, on institutions?
                                                                                       individual    potential and human          related financial aid be awarded?
ipate in intercollegiate athletics. We    know that these disagreements are                                                                                                     l What are the links between
                                                                                       spirit can be liberated through the        Should it differ from financial aid
also called a special Convention in       presently too vast to be bridged by                                                                                               intercollegiate athletics and profes-
                                                                                       discipline of hard work and high           awarded to other students?
 1985 where delegates passed NCAA         legislative proposals, no matter how                                                                                              sional sports? What effects do these
                                                                                      achievement. They believe that the              l What practice and competition
legislation increasing penalties for      finely crafted. They can only be                                                                                                  links have on student-athletes and
                                                                                       academic performance of athletes           calendars and schedules will best
institutions that violate NCAA rules      resolved by examining and debating                                                                                                their colleges and universities?
                                                                                      equals, if not exceeds, the perform-        serve student-athletes’ educational
and instituting measures for prompt       first principles and basic premises.                                                                                                  We believe that the information
                                              All members of the Presidents            ance of other students.                    and social experiences?
and fair enforcement of these rules.                                                                                                                                        and insight that will come from the
During the past year, we have seen        Commission agree that intercollegi-             They believe that those problems            l Would limits on freshman eligi-
                                                                                                                                                                            Dallas dialogue, the national forums
the results of these actions.             ate athletics plays an important            that exist in intercollegiate athletics     bility enhance student-athletes’ ed-      and the indepth studies will help us
    In 1986, we posed the next critical   part in higher education. We dis-            are not caused by the scale and            ucational and social experiences?         all to think creatively and wisely
question: How can we contain the          agree sharply, however, on the em-           intensity of programs, but by a                l How can publicity, revenue and      about intercollegiate athletics.
costs of athletics programs and           phasis that should be placed on              small minority of corrupt individu-        competitive success contribute to,             We envision that this examination
maintain a proper balance between         athletics. Some presidents believe           als. They believe that students, fac-      rather than detract from, honor and        will proceed from June 1987 to
intercollegiate athletics and other       that “big-time” athletics programs           ulty and alumni enjoy the sense of         honesty in athletics? Should ways         January 1989. We will culminate
institutional programs? In order to       subvert the educational mission of           community evoked by athletics con-         be devised to control the comercial-       this undertaking at the 1989 annual
frame answers, we decided at the          colleges and universities. Others                                      s
                                                                                       tests, that an institution’ prestige is    ization of big-time sports?                Convention by sponsoring legisla-
January 1987 annual Convention             believe that big-time athletics pro-        enhanced by big-time athletics, and            l What competitive      structures    tion reflecting a fundamental reex-
to caIl for a special Convention to       grams are necessary and beneficial                            s
                                                                                       that the nation’ colleges and uni-         best serve both to promote diversity       amination of the first principles and
be held in Dallas in June 1987. Also      for those institutions that sponsor          versities are unified by regional and       among institutions     and to unify,     the basic premises underlying inter-
in January, we adopted resolutions        them and for participating student-          national competition of the highest         rather than divide, institutions?        collegiate athletics in America.
to guide reform in five areas of           athletes.                                   caliber.                                    Should the existing division struc-            It is essential that as many people
particular moment: recruitment of              Many presidents believe that ath-          We know that during the past            ture be changed?                           as possible participate in this proc-
student-athletes, compensation of          letics programs are greatly overem-         three years, the Presidents Commis-                                                  ess. We know all persons involved in
coaches, length of playing and prac-       phasized. They believe that the cost,       sion, the NCAA            Council    and   Studies of intercollegiate                 intercollegiate athletics-students,
tice seasons, size of coaching staffs,     scale and intensity of programs are         member institutions have sponsored         athletics                                 coaches, athletics directors, confer-
and financial aid.                         far in excess of what can be justified      legislation that has led to significant        In order to ensure that the na-       ence officials, alumni, presidents
    The delegates to the 1987 annual       in an educational institution. They         reforms. We know, however, that            tional forums on intercollegiate ath-      and trustee-must           act in concert.
Convention expressed strong sup-           believe that some of the institutions       further change, if it is to occur,         letics    are   based    on     sound      We must work together or what we
port for the reform measures in            that place an extreme emphasis on           cannot be accomplished without a           information, we will sponsor a series     create will not work at all. We
these areas. The Convention passed         athletics continue to engage in ques-       fundamental      examination      of the   of comprehensive studies that will         believe that college sports should
legislation that reduced recruiting        tionable and sometimes corrupt prao         disagreements that separate us.            give solid, broad and persuasive          reflect important values of our so-
periods for high school athletes in        tices. They believe that the pressure                                                  evidence as to the effects of partici-    ciety-and        for those values to pre-
football and basketball The Con-           to cover the costs of large-scale          Structure of the dialogue                   pation in intercollegiate sports on       vail, we must be sure that we are all
vention adopted legislation aimed          programs, especially Division          I      We know that we can only resolve         the student-athlete and on colleges        playing by the same rules, for the
at ensuring that chief executive of-       men’ football and basketball, puts
                                                 s                                    these disagreements by discussing           and universities. These studies will       same reasons, to the same ends.
Forum
Continued from page I
football coach, University of Mich-
igan, and D. Alan Williams, faculty
athletics representative, University
of Virginia.
    Following remarks by the respond-
ents, at least one hour will be pro-
vided for delegates to the special
Convention to ask questions of any
of the 10 speakers. All discussion
will be included in the printed pro-
ceedings of the Convention.
Speakers
    Heyman: Chancellor at Berkeley
 since 1980, Heyman is a charter
 member of the Presidents Commis-
 sion. He chaired the group’ Ad  s
 Hoc Committee on lnstitutional
 Responsibility, which recommended
 that the Commission call the June
 special Convention and suggested
 most of the 16 pieces of Commis-               ha MlchadHeyman                            Frank E. Horton                          AnhnyE        Cetklla
 sion-sponsored legislation for that
 gathering. The ad hoc committee          dean of Yale College in 1976-77.        sity of Minnesota faculty in 1964 as       has not had a losing season in 23        member of the NCAA Committee
 also introduced the concept of the       From 1974 to 1976, Warch was             an assistant professor of chemical        years of college coaching.               on Infractions since 1983 and will
 ongoing national forum.                  associate director of the National      engineering and became the univer-            Williams: Assistant professor of      become chair of that committee
    Horton: Prior to taking the Okla-     Humanities Institute.                        s
                                                                                  sity’ president in March 1985. Dur-        history and faculty chair of athletics   September 1. He also served six
 homa presidency in 1985, he served       Respondents                             ing that period, he served as head of      at Virginia, Williams has been the       years on the NCAA Long Range
 for five years as chancellor of the         Burse: A former member of the        the department of chemical engi-                   s
                                                                                                                             school’ faculty athletics represent-     Planning Committee and chaired
 University of Wisconsin, Milwau-         Presidents Commission, Burse has        neering and materials science from         ative since 1969. He has been a          that group in 1983 and 1984.
 kee. Before becoming chancellor at       been president of Kentucky State         1978 to 1980 and as vice-president
 Wisconsin-Milwaukee,       he was di-    since 1982 and has served on the        for academic affairs from 1980 until
 rector of the Institute of Urban and
 Regional Research at the University
                                          NCAA       Council since 1985. He
                                          earned a juris doctorate from Har-
                                                                                   1984, when he was named interim
                                                                                  president.                                 Looking                  Back
 of Iowa and then dean of Iowa’       s   vard Law School and practiced law           Lopiano: Lopiano served as as-
 advanced-studies program.                in Louisville before accepting the       sistant athletics director at Brooklyn                                                       s
                                                                                                                                This is the sixth special Convention in the NCAA’ 8 l-year history, all of
    Ceddia: Ceddia has been CEO at        Kentucky State presidency.               College from 1971 to 1975, when           them occurring in a ICyear period. It is the second to be called by the
 Shippensburg since 1981. For a              Corrigan: Athletics director at       she was named director of women’      s   Presidents Commission, which was created in 1984.
 decade prior to his current appoint-     Notre Dame since 1982, Corrigan          athletics at Texas. She is a former          It is only the second time the Association has held a Convention in the
 ment, he served in a number of           previously served in the same ca-        president of the Association for          month of June. All other NCAA Conventions, annual and special, through
capacities at North Adams State           pacity at the University of Virginia     Intercollegiate Athletics for Women.      the years have been in January, August or December.
 College, including stints as executive   (nine years) and Washington and          She currently serves on the Special          It is the third time the NCAA has held a Convention in Dallas. The first
vice-president and acting president.      Lee University (two years). He has       NCAA Committee on Deregulation                                  s
                                                                                                                             was the Association’ 45th annual Convention, January l l-13,1951, at the
 He also has been a member of the         served on the NCAA Council since         and Rules Simplification.                 Adolphus Hotel. Thirty-three years later, the 78th annual Convention was
faculty at Salem State College.                                          s
                                           1983 and chaired the Council’ Ad           Schembechler: Schembechler is          held at Loews Anatole Hotel, January 9-11, 1984.
    Wad:     Appointed president of       Hoc Committee on Cost Contain-          the dean of Big Ten Conference                Special Conventions can be called only for special purposes, as set forth
 Lawrence University in 1979, Warch       ment, which advised the Presidents      football coaches, having served as         in the call of the meeting.
                     s
joined the school’ faculty as vice-       Commission regarding legislative        head coach at Michigan since 1969.            A review of the other five NCAA special Conventions:
 president for academic affairs and       issues for this special Convention.      His all-time coaching record, in-         August 6,1973
professor of history in 1977. He was       He also is a member of the board of    cluding six years as head coach at            Regency Hyatt House, Chicago, Illinois. The Convention was devoted
on the faculty in history and Amer-       the Division I-A athletics directors’   Miami (Ohio), is 207-56-7. A former        to restructuring of the NCAA, and the delegates established Divisions I, II
ican studies at Yale University from      organization.                           president of the American Football         and III at that special meeting. Total attendance was 573, including 407
 1968 to 1977 and served as associate        Keller: Keller joined the Univer-    Coaches Association, Schembechler          voting members (376 institutions,      3 1 conferences). The Convention
                                                                                                                             considered 14 proposals.
                                                                                                                             August 14-15,1975
                                                                                                                                                                                                   s
                                                                                                                                Regency Hyatt House, Chicago, Illinois. This was the Association’ so-
                                                                                                                             called “economy Convention,” restricted to economic measures in athletics.
                                                                                                                             From this meeting came such regulations as the current grant limitations in
                                                                                                                             football and basketball, reduced limitations in other sports, recruiting
                                                                                                                             restrictions and recruiting periods, limitations on the number of paid visits
                                                                                                                             by prospects, coaching-staff limitations, and elimination of the $15 per
                                                                                                                             month for incidental expenses as part of an athletics grant-in-aid. Total
                                                                                                                             attendance was 821, including 488 voting members (455 institutions, 33
                                                                                                                             conferences). The Convention faced 18 I proposals and did not complete
                                                                                                                             them.
                                                                                                                             January 14,1976
                                                                                                                                        s
                                                                                                                                Stouffer’ Riverfront Inn, St. Louis, Missouri. This gathering was called
                                                                                                                             to deal with all unconsidered or postponed proposals from the second
                                                                                                                             special Convention five months earlier; no additional proposals were
                                                                                                                             permitted. It was held on the day prior to the 70th annual Convention and
                                                                                                                             at the same site. Few new economy measures were adopted; most of the
                                                                                                                             proposals were defeated, including limitations on season length in all
                                                                                                                             sports. Division III voted to eliminate spring football at this special session,
              4&                                                                                                             and limitations were adopted on game scouting for all divisions. Total
         Raymond Bunre                          EugeneE      C-an                         Kenneh      H. Keller              attendance was 972, including 530 voting members (494 institutions, 36
                                                                                                                             conferences). The delegates dealt with 79 proposals.
                                                                                                                             December 3-4,1981
                                                                                                                                        s
                                                                                                                                Stouffer’ Riverfront Inn, St. Louis, Missouri. The fourth special
                                                                                                                                                                                     s
                                                                                                                             Convention was limited to matters of the Association’ division structure,
                                                                                                                             and the delegates rejected the concept of a Division IV, strengthened the
                                                                                                                             Division I-A football criteria (resulting in the current composition of that
                                                                                                                             subdivision), adopted more demanding Division I basketball criteria and
                                                                                                                             generally stiffened the requirements for Division I membership. Total
                                                                                                                             attendance was 740, including 405 voting members (364 institutions, 41
                                                                                                                             conferences). The Convention included 28 proposals.
                                                                                                                             June 20-21,1985
                                                                                                                                 Hyatt Regency Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana. The fifth special
                                                                                                                             Convention was the first called by the NCAA Presidents Commission and
                                                                                                                             was limited to issues of integrity and economics in athletics. The
                                                                                                                                                                                            s
                                                                                                                             membership took decisive actions to strengthen the Association’ compliance
                                                                                                                             and enforcement efforts, adopting provisions calling for institutional self-
                                                                                                                             study of athletics programs, mandatory academic-reporting procedures in
                                                                                                                             Division I, stronger penalties for rules violations (including possible sport
                                                                                                                             suspension for repeated major violations and penalties that follow a coach
                                                                                                                             if the individual moves to another institution), and procedures for control
                                                                                                                             and audit of athletics budgets. Total attendance was 947, including 455
                                                                                                                             voters (416 institutions, 39 conferences). The Convention acted on 19
        DonnaA.      Lop&no                  G. E. 3o”iSchwn~h?r                            D. Alan W!#&wns                  proposals.
Dallas provides big-city glitter mixed with Western charm                                                                                                       20-square-block Arts District. Lo-
    Bigcity    glitter   and glamour     ber 22, 1963.                            Dallas City Hall-The     building     Gano Street near the Dallas Con-
mixed with laid-back           Western       West End Historic DiPtrict-  A    at Akard and Young streets was           vention Center. The park-Dallas’        cated at 1717 North Harwood, the
charm characterize Dallas, which         restored warehouse and factory dis-   designed by architect I. M. Pei; the     first city recreation area-features     museum has significant collections
will serve as host for the Associa-      trict on Market Street between Elm    surrounding plaza features a sculp-      several 19thcentury buildings with      of pre-Columbian art and African
tion’ sixth special Convention.
     s                                   and Munger. Attractions are the       ture by the late Henry Moore. Free       furnishings. Tours are offered for $4   sculpture. Open 10 a.m. to S p.m.
    The gathering will be the NCAA’ s    West End Marketplace and Dallas       tours are offered from 8: 15 a.m. to     and $2 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.           Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and
third in the city, which previously      Alley, a festival market and enter-   5:15 p.m. weekdays.                      Tuesday through Saturday and I:30       Saturday; 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Thurs-
was the site of the 45th annual          tainment complex.                        Thanks-Giving    Square-A      pri-   to 430 p.m. Sunday.                     day, and noon to S p.m. Sunday.
Convention in 1951 and the 78th              Reunion    Tower Observation      vately funded park at Ervay, Bryan           Dalhrs Zoo- Located in Marsa-       State Fair Park
annual Convention in 1984.               Deck -Offers a view of Dallas and     and Pacific Avenues, dedicated to        lis Park at 621 East Clarendon. It         Fair Park is a 263-acre entertain-
   All kinds of adjectives can be        the surrounding area from the top     meditation and thanksgiving.       Its   features the largest exhibit of fla-    ment, cultural and recreational cen-
used to describe the frontier trading    of the SO-story Reunion Tower at      three acres include trees, water-        mingos in any public zoo. Hours: 9      ter located approximately two miles
post that has grown to a city of         300 Reunion Boulevard. Open 9:30      courses, a bell tower and a chapel.      a.m. to 6 p.m. daily; admission: $2     east of downtown Dallas, just off
almost a million people since its        a.m. to midnight daily, charge for    Open 10 a.m. to S p.m. weekdays, 1       and $1.25.                              Interstates 20 and 30.
founding nearly 150 years ago. One       admission. The tower is near Reun-    p.m. to S p.m. weekends and holi-            Dallas Museum of Art-The               The Dallas Aquarium-More
appropriate description is %zzhng.”      ion Arena, site of the 1986 Final     days.                                    new 190,000-square-foot museum          than 300 species of fish, mammals,
    Accordingly, delegates to the spe-   Four.                                    Old City Park-Located      at 1717                                   s
                                                                                                                        is the centerpiece of the city’ new                       See Dallas, page 10
cial Convention        can expect the
weather to be as hot as the sur-
roundings. Daytime temperatures          Dallas calendar of events for late June, early July                                                                                                        --
typically are in the 90s in late June       Listed below are events taking place during late June and early July in     Stadium, 7:3S p.m., 273-5100.
and early July, but air-conditioned      Dallas.                                                                          July l-Baseball:     Texas Rangers vs. Seattle Mariners, Arlington
shelter from the Texas sun is readily       June 23-30-Musical:      “Song and Dance,” Music Hall, Fair Park, 8: I5     Stadium, 7:35 p.m., 273-5100.
available. At night, temperatures        p.m. Tuesday through Sunday, 2:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, 787-2000.            July l-2 -Theater: “Peter Pan,” El Centro College Performance Hall, 10
generally fall no lower than the mid-       June 23-30-Theater:       “Peter Pan,” El Centro College Performance        a.m., 956-9022.
70s.                                     Hall, 10 a.m. Tuesday through Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Friday, lo:30 a.m. and         July Id-Theater:     “A Luv Musical,” Theater Three, 2800 Routh, 8:lS
    The short duration of the Con-       I:30 p.m. Saturday, 1:30 and 4 p.m. Sunday, 9569022.                           p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, 3:30 p.m. Saturday, 2:30 and 7 p.m.
vention and its weighty agenda will         June 24-Baseball:     Texas Rangers vs. California Angels, Arlington        Sunday, 871-3300.
leave delegates scant time to sample                                                                                      July 1-5 ~ Musical: “Song and Dance,” Music Hall, Fair Park, 8: 1S.p.m.
                                         Stadium, 7:35 p.m., 273-5100.
Dallas’ diverse attractions, but even                                                                                   Wednesday through Sunday, 2:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, 787-2000.
                                            June 24-28 -Theater:    “The Merry Widow,” Plaza Theater, 67 19 Snider
a spare hour or two is sufficient for                                                                                     July I-5 -Concert:     “Southern Methodist University 1987 Summer
                                         Plaza, 8: 15 p.m., 3 p.m. Sunday, 522-5653.
visits to some of the following points                                                                                  Conservatory of Music,” Meadows School of the Arts, call for times, 692-
                                            June 25-Concert:      Discovery Series, Piero Gamba, conductor, and
of interest, many of which are only                                                                                     3680.
a short drive from the Loews Ana-        Natalie Hinderas, pianist, Majestic Theater, 8: 15 p.m., 692-0203.
                                                                                                                           July I-12-Exhibit:    “Marcus Delanjo: Biblical Epics,” Biblical Arts
tale.                                       June 25-27-Exhibit:    “Hay Fever,” Bath House Cultural Center, 521 E.
                                                                                                                        Center-East Gallery, 7500 Park Lane, 10 a.m. to S p.m. Tuesday through
                                         Lawther, 8 p.m., 328-8428.
Downtown                                    June 26-Baseball:     Texas Rangers vs. Minnesota Twins, Arlington
                                                                                                                        Saturday, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, free admission, 6914661.
   Dallas Historical    Plaza- Lo-                                                                                         July l-14-Exhibit:     “Blacks in America: A Photographic Record,”
                                         Stadium, 7:3S p.m., 273-5100.
cated at the western end of the                                                                                         Dallas Public Library, 15 15 Young Street, call for times, 7494 100.
downtown district, the plaza is the         June 26-Concert:     Starfest, John Denver, Park Central, Coit at LBJ          July l-14-Exhibit:      “The Five Scrolls,” Biblical Arts Center-East
location of a one-room log cabin         Freeway, 8~30 p.m., 6924203.                                                   Gallery, 7500 Park Lane, 10 a.m. to S p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, 1
that dates from the founding of             June 27-Baseball:    Texas Rangers vs. Minnesota Twins (doubleheader),      p.m. to S p.m. Sunday, free admission, 6914661.
Dallas in 1841.                          Arlington Stadium, 5:35 p.m., 273-5100.                                           July I-19-Concert:    “Montgomery,   Plant & Stritch,” Venetian Room,
   John F. Kennedy        Memorial          June 27-Concert:     Starfest, Moody Blues, Park Central, Coit at LBJ       Fairmont Hotel, 9 and 11 p.m., 720-5227.
Plaza-Located      adjacent to the       Freeway, 8:30 p.m., 6924203.                                                      July I-19--Exhibit:                           s
                                                                                                                                                   “Elena Presser: Bach’ Goldberg Variations,’
Dallas Historical Plaza at Com-             June 27-28---Event: USPF Summer Nationals Powerlift Championship,           Meadows Museum, Southern Methodist University, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
merce, Main and Record Streets. A        Ramada Inn, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., 985-0200.                                        Monday through Saturday, 1 to S p.m. Sunday, free admission, 692-25 16.
bronze plaque and cenotaph are              June 28-Baseball:     Texas Rangers vs. Minnesota Twins, Arlington             July l-28-Exhibit:    “Developing the Map: A Selection of Maps on
near the site where President            Stadium, 7:35 p.m., 273-5100.                                                  Stamps,” Dallas Public Library, ISIS Young Street, call for times, 749-
Kennedy was assassinated Novem-             June 2930-Baseball:       Texas Rangers vs. Seattle Mariners, Arlington     4100.’


                                                                                                                                                                 Convention hot&       *
                                                                                                                                                                  1. Laews Anatole
                                                                                                                                                                  2. Wyndham Hotel
                                                                                                                                                                  3. Marriott-Market  Center
                                                                                                                                                                  4. Quality Inn-Market Center
                                                                                                                                                                  5. Hyatt Regency

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                                                                                                                                                                   1.   Big Town Mall
                                                                                                                                                                   2    Casa Linda Plaza
                                                                                                                                                                   3.   Gallena
                                                                                                                                                                   4.   Htghland Park Village
                                                                                                                                                                   5.   McKinney Square Outlets
                                                                                                                                                                   6.   NorthPark Mall
                                                                                                                                                                   7.   Old Town in the Village
                                                                                                                                                                   6.   Olla Podrida
                                                                                                                                                                   9.   Prestonwood Mall
                                                                                                                                                                  10.   Quadrangle
                                                                                                                                                                  11.   Red Bird Mall
                                                                                                                                                                  12.   Valley View Mall
                                                                                                                                                                  13.   Wynnewoad Village

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                                                                                                                                                                   1.   Dallas Repertory Theater
                                                                                                                                                                   2    Dallas Theater Center
                                                                                                                                                                   3.   New Arts Theater Co.
                                                                                                                                                                   4.   Theater Three
                                                                                                                                                                   5.   Dallas Ballet
                                                                                                                                                                   6.   Dallas Civic Music
                                                                                                                                                                   7.   Dallas Symphony Orchesta
                                                                                                                                                                   6.   The Dallas Opera
                                                                                                                                                                   9.   Dallas &and Opera Associatton
                                                                                                                                                                  10.   Dallas Summer Musicals
                                                                                                                                                                  11.   Dallas Cowboys’ offices
                                                                                                                                                                  12.   Dallas Mavericks Basketball
                                                                                                                                                                  13.   Mesquite Championship      Rodeo
                                                                                                                                                                  14.   Southern Methodtst Umveraity
                                                                                                                                                                  15.   Texas Rangers Baseball
                                                                                                                                                                  16.   Biblical Arts Center
                                                                                                                                                                  17.   DeGolyer Estate
                                                                                                                                                                  16.   Internattonal Wildlife Park
                                                                                                                                                                  19.   Marsalis Park Zoo
                                                                                                                                                                  20.   Meadows Museum @MU)
                                                                                                                                                                  21.   National Broadcast Museum
                                                                                                                                                                  22.   Neiman-Marcus     Museum
                                                                                                                                                                  23.   Old City Park
                                                                                                                                                                  24.   Reunion lower/Arena
                                                                                                                                                                  25    Sandy Lake Amusement Park
                                                                                                                                                                  26.   Sesame Place
                                                                                                                                                                  27.   Six Flags Over Texas
                                                                                                                                                                  26.   Southfork Ranch
                                                                                                                                                                  29.   Texas Sports Hall of Fame
                                                                                                                                                                  30.   Traders Village
                                                                                                                                                                  31.   Wax Museum of Southwest
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                                                                                                                                                                        Wet ‘ Wild
                                                                                                                                                                  33.   Whtte Water-Garland
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Continued from page 1                     actions, including the offtcial voting        dates in aU Division III sports. Tuesday        of the legislation it submits.                     No. 32. Six members of Big East Con-
vention. That forum--described            action on each legislative proposal.          morning; requires majority, Division III                        Fbmldddd                        ference; proposal to permit one part-time
elsewhere in this issue-will  begin       Institution-by-institution   listings of      only.                                              No. lg. Presidents Commission pro-           assistant coach in Division I basketball,
with a three-hour session June 29.                                                         No. 8. Presidents Commission proposal        posal to reduce the maximum numbers of           without increasing the current overall
                                          all roll-call votes will appear in the                                                                                                         numetical limits. Tuesday morning; ma-
                                                                                        to limit spring football practice in Division                                      s
                                                                                                                                        grants-in-aid in 12 Division I men’ sports
Schedule                                  July 22 issue.                                I-A to 30 days, rather than 36, and to          and 10 Division I women’ sports. Roll-
                                                                                                                                                                     s                  jority required, Division I only. Moot if
    The schedule of registration times                                                  specify that not more than 15 of the            call vote Tuesday morning; requires ma-         No. 31 is adopted.
                                          Legislation                                   permissible 20 practice sessionsmay in-         jority, Division I only.                           No. 33. Presidents Commission resolu-
and major Convention sessions is as          The voting sessions at the Con-            volve con&t. RoU-caIl vote Tuesday morn-           No. 19. Pacific-IO Conference proposal       tion directing the NCAA Council to con-
follows:                                  vention will deal with 43 proposed            ing; majority required, Division I-A only.      to reduce Division I-A football maximum         duct a study of the numbers of individuals
    *Sunday, June 28: 1 to 3 p.m.,        amendments. Of those, 29 will be                No. 9. PresidentsCommission proposal          awards limitation from 95 to 90. Roll-call      involved in coaching in each sport in
Faculty Athletics Representatives         handled in the various division and           to eliminate spring football practice in        vote Tuesday morning; requires majority,        Division I (all categories), as well as the
Forum. 3 to 6 p.m., Convention                                                          Division I-AA. Roll-call vote Tuesday           Division I-A only.                              numbers of administrative support staff
                                          subdivision business sessions, with           morning; majority required, Division I-                                                         positions in Division I athletics depart-
registration.                                                                                                                              No. 20. Presidents Commission pro-
                                          only 14 remaining for the general             AA only.                                        posal to reduce the Division I-AA football      ments. Rollcall vote Tuesday morning;
    @Monday, June 29: 8 a.m. to           business session during the after-               No. IO. Six members of the Ohio Valley       maximum awards limitations from 30 to           majority required, Division I only.
5:30 p.m., Convention registration,       noon of June 30.                              Conference;proposal to limit spring foot-       25 initial awards and from 70 to 65                            f3acmYlng
 1:30 to 2 p.m., opening business            Sixteen of the proposals are spon-         ball practice in Division I-AA to 15 ses-       awards in effect at any one time. Roll-call        No. 34. Presidents Commission resolu-
session. 2 to 5:30 p.m., Presidents       sored by the Presidents Commis-               sions in 25 caIendar days, with not more        vote Tuesday morning; requires majority,        tion expressing support for the principle
Commission National Forum. 6:30                                                         than IO sessionsinvolving contact. Tues-        Division I-AA only.                             that recruiting (evaluation and contact)
                                          sion, and another five-those                  day morning; requires majority, Division                                                        periods should be limited to not more
to 8 p.m., reception for all delegates.                                                                                                   No. 21. University of Arkansas, Little
                                          dealing with playing and practice             I-AA only. Moot if No. 9 is adopted.                                                            than four months of the year in each
    l ‘Ihsday, June M: 8 to 9:15          seasons-are      sponsored by the                No. 11. Six membersof the Ohio Valley
                                                                                                                                        Rock, and 13 other member institutions:
                                                                                                                                        proposal to reinstate the two Division I        sport, referring the matter to the NCAA
a.m., Divisions I-A, I-AA and I-          Council, with endorsement in prin-            Conference and seven other member in-           basketball grants for men and two for           Council   Subcommittee     to Review the
AAA business sessions, 9:30 a.m. to       ciple by the Commission. The other            stitutions: proposal to limit spring football   women that were eliminated at the Janu-         Recruiting Process for the purpose of
noon, Divisions I, II and III business    22 amendments were submitted by               practice in Division I-AA to 20 sessionsin      ary 1987 Convention. Will be ruled out of       drafting specific legislation for action at
sessions. Noon to I:30 p.m., lunch-                                                     30 calendar days, with not more than IS         order inasmuch as it is not consistent with     the January 1988 Convention. Roll-call
                                          member institutions     and confer-           sessions involving contact. Tuesdaymorn-                                                        vote Tuesday afternoon; majority re-
eon for all delegates. 1:30 to 4 p.m.,                                                                                                  purpose of special Convention. If the
                                          ences.                                        ing; requires majority, Division I-AA           proposal comes to a vote, it will be by roU     quired, all divisions voting together.
general business session.                    Following is a summary of the 43           only. Moot if either No. 9 or No. IO is                                                            No. 35. PresidentsCommission resolu-
                                                                                                                                        call Tuesdaymorning; requires majority.
    The NCAA-sponsored luncheon           proposals, indicating the sponsor,            adopted.                                        Division I only.                                tion expressing support for the principle
for all delegates is a new NCAA           voting circumstances and any other               NO. 12. Presidents Commission pro-              No. 22. Boston ColIege and five other        that there should be limitations on the
Convention feature and is part of         pertinent details in addition to the          posal to eliminate spring football practice     member institutions; proposal to change         annual number of paid visits provided to
the $35 registration fee, as is the                                                     in Division II. Roll-call vote Tuesday          financial aid in men’ ice hockey from 20
                                                                                                                                                            s                                                         in
                                                                                                                                                                                        prospective student-atbhztes all sports,
                                          intent of the proposal.                       morning; majority required, Division II                                                         referring the matter to the NCAA Council
tmditional delegates reception.                                                                                                         awards on an quivalency basis to 24
                                                                                        only.                                           awards on a headtottnt basis. WiU be            Subcommittee to Review the Recruiting
Convention leaders                           No. 1. NCAA Presidents Commission             No. 13. NCAA Council proposal to             nrkd out of order inasmuch as it is not         Processfor the purposeof drafting specific
   Chairing the various business          resolution to establish the 18-month na-      require each member institution to estab-       consistent with purpose of special Con-         legislation for action at the January 1988
sessions at the Convention will be        tional forum on the proper role of inter-     lish policies regarding missed class time,      vention. If the proposal comesto a vote, it     Convention. Rollcall vote Tuesdayafter-
                                          collegiate athletics in higher education      as weII as athletics competition scheduled      will be mesday morning; requires major-     noon; majority required, all divisions
the following:                            and to direct the Association to conduct                                                      ity, Division 1 only.                       voting together.
                                                                                        during fmal-exem periods. RoU-calI vote
   l Wilford S. Bailey, NCAA pres-        the meetings and studies envisioned in        Tuesday afternoon; requires two-thirds             No. 23. Eight members of the Pennsyl-      No. 36. PresidentsCommission resolu-
ident, Auburn University, opening         that forum. RoU-caIl vote lbesday after-      vote of all divisions voting together.          vania State Athietic Conference; proposal tion calling for a study of means of
business session and general business     noon; requires majority of all divisions        No. 14. NCAA Council proposal to              to reduce the Division II maximum reducing the recruiting opportunities at-
session.                                  voting together.                              apply 0.1. 313 to student-athletesin aII        awards from 4S to 35 in football, from 12 tendant to high school all-star games,
    0 John B. Slaughter, chair of the                                                   sports, rather than only in football and        to 10 in basketball and from 60 to 50 total institutional campsand clinics, and private
                                             No. 2. NCAA Council proposal to            basketball RoIlcall vote Tuesday after-         in all other sports. Tuesday morning;       camps and clinics, referring the matter to
Presidents Commission, University                                                                                                       requires majority, Division II only (only the NCAA Council Subcommittee to
                                          establish a maximum 26week playing            noon; requires majority of all divisions
of Maryland,      College Park, na-       and practice season in each Division I        voting together.                                Division II football institutions vote on Review the Recruiting Process for the
tional-forum session.                     sport and to reduce the permissble              No. 15. Canisius College and six other        football portion).                          purpose of conducting such a study and
    l Albert M. Witte, NCAA Divi-         numbers of contests or playing dates in       member institutions: proposal to add 16            No. 24. Presidents Commission pro- drafting legislation as warranted. Roll-
sion I vice-president, University of      six Division I sports. Rollcall vote Tues-    new NCAA championshipsby conducting             posal to reduce the maximum awards in           call vote Tuesday afternoon; majority
Arkansas, Fayetteville, Division I-       day morning; requires majority, Division      both fall and spring championships in            Division II football from 45 to 40. Roll-      required, all divisions voting together.
A business session and Division I
                                          I only.                                       baseball, golf, softball and tennis, with       call vote Tuesday morning; requires ma-            NO. 37. Mid-American Athletic Con-
                                             No. 3. Big East Conference proposal to     each member institution selecting one or        jority, Division II football members only.      ference proposal to reduce the number of
business session.                         amend No. 2 by changing August I5             the other in each instance. Tuesday after-       Moot if football portion of No. 23 is          paid visits to prospects that a Division I
    l Jack V. Doland, NCAA Coun-          starting date to September I or the first     noon; requires two-thirds vote of all divi-     adopted.                                        institution can provide in football (95 to
cil member, McNeese State Univer-         day of classes in the fall term, whichever    sions voting together.                             No. 25. Presidents Commission pro-           85) and basketball (I8 to IS). Tuesday
sity, Division I-AA business session.     occurs first. Tuesday morning; requires          No. 16. Canisius College and 17 other        posal lo reduce the maximum numbers of          morning; separatevotes by Division I-A,
    *Thomas     J. Frericks, NCAA         majority, Division I only.                    member institutions: proposal to place          grants-in-aid in 13 Division II men’       s    Division I-AA and Division I, majority
                                             No. 4. Brigham Young University and        certain limits on the amount of time                                                s
                                                                                                                                        sports and 11 Division II women’ sports.        required for approval in each instance.
secretary-treasurer,    University of     live other institutions; proposal to amend    women basketball players spend in prac-         Roll-call vote Tuesday morning; requires          No. 38. Central Michigan University
Dayton, Division I-AAA business           No. 2 by specifying 60, rather than 55,       tice and competition, to permit such            majority, Division II only. Basketball          and Iive other member institutions; pro-
session.                                  baseball contests during the spring. Tues-     practice throughout the academic year,         portions moot if that part of No. 23 is         posal to establish a limit of three contacts
    l Howard “Bud” Elwell, NCAA           day morning; requires majority, Division       and to require institutions to notify all      adopted.                                        per prospect on the grounds of the pros-
Division II vice-president, Gannon        1 only.                                        student-athletes of the practice- and play-       No. 26. Presidents Commission resolu-            s
                                                                                                                                                                                        pect’ educational institution in Division I
University, Division II business ses-        No. 5. NCAA Council proposal to             ing-season limitations in their respective     tion diticting the NCAA Committee on                    s
                                                                                                                                                                                        women’ basketball. Tuesday morning;
                                          establish a maximum 26-week playing            sports. Tuesday afternoon; requires ma-        Financial Aid and Amateurism to study           majority required, Division I only.
sion.                                                                                   jority of any division to adopt for that        the concept of limiting athletically related      No. 39. Canisius College and 21 other-
                                          and pmctice season in each Division II
    l Judith M. Sweet, Division III       sport and to reduce the permissible           division, with each voting separately.          financial aid in some or all sports to          member institutions; proposal to establish
vice-president, University of Cali-       numbers of contests or playing data in         Portions may be ruled out of order inas-       tuition and fees, plus need. Roll-call vote     evaluation-period limitations for women’   s
fornia, San Diego, Division III busi-     four Division II sports. Rollcall vote         much as they extend the practice periods.      Tuesday afternoon; requires majority of         basketball that account for different girls’
ness session.                             Tuesday morning; requires majority, Di-           No. 17. Bemidji State University and 24     all divisions voting together.                  high school playing seasons, to permit
                                          vision II only.                                other member institutions; resolution to           No. 27 Presidents Commission resolu-                                        s
                                                                                                                                                                                        observation of the women’ AAU and
More information                             No. 6. Sunshine State Conference pro-       require the Council to prepare legislation     tion directing the NCAA Council to con-         NJCAA national championships, and to
   Additional information regarding       posal to amend No. 5 by specifying 60,         for the January 1988 Convention to re-         duct a study of the concept of relating the     reduce the number of maximum observa-
the NCAA special Convention ap-           rather than 55, baseball contests during       strict playing and practice seasons in each    permissible number of grants-in-aid in          tions per prospect from four to three in
                                          the spring. Tuesday morning: requires          sport in several specific ways. Tuesday        each sport to the graduation rate of recruit-            s
                                                                                                                                                                                        women’ basektball. Tuesday morning:
pears throughout this issue, espe-
                                          majority, Division II only.                    afternoon; requires majority of all divi-      ed athletes in that sport. Roll-call vote       majority required, Division 1 only.
cially on pages 1 through 11.                                                            sions voting together. May be ruled out of     Tuesday afternoon; requires majority of            No. 40. Pacific- IO Conference proposal
                                            No. 7. NCAA Council proposal to
   The next issue of The News,            establish 21-week playing and practice         order inasmuch as it specifies nearly exact    all divisions voting together.                  to require that meals provided to a pro-
which will he mailed July 8, will         season in each Division III sport and to       legislation to be submitted, contrary to                         Pemonnef                      spective student-athlete during the official
include a report on all Convention        establish limitations on contests or playmg             s
                                                                                         Council’ authority (0 determine details            No. 28. Presidents Commission pro-          visit take place on campus, except for
                                                                                                                                        posal to eliminate one full-time assistant                                     s
                                                                                                                                                                                        breakfast and the prospect’ initial meal

Dallas                                                                                                                                  coach and one of the combination of
                                                                                                                                        graduate assistant and volunteer coaches
                                                                                                                                        in Divisions I-A and I-AA football. Roll-
                                                                                                                                                                                        upon arrival. Tuesday afternoon; requires
                                                                                                                                                                                        majority of any division to adopt for that
                                                                                                                                                                                        division, with each voting separately.
Continued from page 8                     Dallas is noted for such shopping             Hours are 9 a.m. to dusk and ad-                call votes Tuesday morning; requires ma-                   Academiq      Ellgibllity
                                                                                        mission is $6 and $4.                           jority for approval in a subdivision; Divi-        No. 41. Presidents Commission resolu-
reptiles and amphibians are housed        areas as Northpark Center (North-
                                                                                                                                        sions I-A and I-AA voting separately.           tion directing the NCAA Council and the
in one of the largest inland aquari-      west Highway and North Central                                                                    No. 29. Boston University and six other     Commission to conduct a study of the
ums in the United States.                 Expressway), The Galleria (Dallas             west                                            member institutions; proposal to permit         effects of varsity participation upon the
   The Hal1 of State- Operated by         North Parkway and LBJ Freeway)                     Texas Stadium ~ Located north-              Division I-AA institutions with separate       academic performance of freshman stu-
the Dallas Historical Society, the        and Olla Podrida (12215 Coit                   west of the Loews Anatole at 2401              junior varsity football programs and sched-     dent-athletes in Divisions I and II. Roll-
                                          Road). Stores in the area include              East Airport      Freeway in Irving.            ules to employ two part-time coaches,          call vote Tuesday afternoon; requires
museum features murals depicting                                                                                                                                                        majority of all divisions voting together.
                                          Bloomingdale’ s, Macy’ Marshall
                                                                   s,                   The stadium is the home of the                  proportionately reducing the number of
the history of Texas and displays                                                                                                       graduate assistant coaches. Tuesday morn-          No. 42. Big East Conference resolution
focusing on regions of the state.               s,        s
                                          Field’ Tiffany’ and Neiman-Mar-                                             s
                                                                                         National Football League’ Dallas               ing; requires majority, Division I-AA           directing the NCAA Council to conduct a
Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday              cus.                                           Cowboys.                                        only.                                          study of credits attempted compared to
through Saturday, 1 to 5 p.m. Sun-           DaIIas Arboretum and Botanical                  Six Flags Over Texas-The                       No. 30. llniversity of Alabama, Tusca-      credits earned by student-athletes in Divi-
day.                                      Garden-Acres       of flower gardens           amusement park is located just off              loosa, and five other member institutions;     sion I-A football and Division I basketball
                                          and the historic DeGolyer House                Interstate 30 in Arlington. The park            proposal to permit Division I institutions     for the 1987-88 academic year, including
   Museum of Natural History-
                                                                                         features more than 100 rides, shows            to continue employing one part-time as-         summer sessions, with the Council to
 The flora and fauna of Texas are         are located on the grounds at 8525                                                                                                            present legislation at the 1989 annual
                                                                                                                                        sistant coach in basketball until August 1,
featured in threedimensional     dio-     Garland Road, overlooking White                and other attractions. Admission is                                                            Convention if the study results warrant
                                                                                                                                         1989. Will be ruled out of order inasmuch
ramas and various collections. Open       Rock Lake. Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.              $15.95 and $9.95.                               as it is not consistent with purpose of        such action. Tuesday morning; majority
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through           Tuesday through Sunday. Admis-                     Arlington     Stadium-    Located          special Convention. If the proposal comes       required, Division I only.
 Saturday, noon to 5 p.m. Sunday.         sion $2 and $1 except Tuesday,                just west of Six Flags Over Texas.               to a vote, it will be Tuesday morning;            No. 43. Boise State University and
                                          when admission is free.                       The stadium is the home of the                   requires majority, Division I only.            seven other member institutions; proposal
   The Cotton Bowl-The        72,000-                                                                                                                                                   to allow student-athletes live (rather than
                                             Southfork Ranch-This       ranch is         American League’ Texas Rangers
                                                                                                              s                             No. 31. University of Arkansas, Little
 seat stadium is the home of New                                                                                                         Rock, and seven other member institu-          four) years of eligibility within the five-
 Year’ Day’ Cotton Bowl Classic.
       s    s                             depicted in the television show “Dal-         baseball club.                                   tions; proposal to permit two part-time        year period stipulated in Bylaw 4-1, elim-
                                          las” as the home of J. R. Ewing and                International Wildlife Park ~ Lo-           assistant coaches in Division I basketball,    inating the injury hardship rule. Tuesday
North                                     family. The ranch is about 25 miles           cated near Interstate 30 at 60 1 Wild-           without increasing the current overall         afternoon; requires majority of any divi-
   In addition to offering several        north of downtown Dallas off U.S.              life Parkway in Grand Prairie. Drive            numerical limits. Tuesday morning; ma-         sion to adopt for that division, with each
attractions for sightseers, North         75, on FM 2551 at Parker Road.                through    the park for $6.95.                  Jority required, Division I only.               voting separately.
180 CEOs preregister for Dallas
    A total of 180 presidents and              Derek Bok, Harvard University; Elliott T.         Wisconsin, Green Bay; Jack W. Peltason,
chancellors of NCAA member in-                 Bowers, Sam Houston State University;             University of California, Irvine; Martha
stitutions-including     more than 60          Oswald P. Bronson, Bethune-Cookman                Kime Piper, Winthrop College; James M.
                                               College; Ronald E. Carrier, James Madi-           Shuart, Hofstra University; John Shu-
percent of all Division I-A chief                                                                maker, Central Connecticut State Univer-
                                               son University; Harry S. Carter, Georgia
executives-- had preregistered for             Southern College; Myron L. Coder,                 sity; Hoke L. Smith, Towson State
the special NCAA Convention in                 Western Carolina University; Joseph N.            LJniverrity; James S. Vinson, University
Dallas as of June 23.                          Crowley, University of Nevada, Reno.              of Evansville.
    While that figure is under the                Jack V. Doland, McNeese State Unii                               Dlvlrlon II
record 2 13 CEOs preregistered for             venity; Edward D. Eddy, University of                ‘Michael J. Adanti, Southern Con-
                                               Rhode Island; David W. Ellis, Lafayette           necticut State University; Steven Altman,
                  s
the Association’ last special Con-                                                               Texas A&l University; James B. Appleb-
                                               College; *Edward B. Fort, North Carolina
vention in June 1985, it is higher             A&T State University; Billy J. Franklin,          erry, Northern Michigan University; *The-
than the preregistration figure of             Lamar University; H. George Frederick-            mar A. Bond, Clarion University of
164 for last January’ annual Con-
                       s                       son, Eastern Washington University;               Pennsylvania; John A. Brownell, Cahfor-
vention. The record for actual CEO             Hanly Funderburk, Eastern Kentucky                nia State University, Dominguez Hills:
attendance at any NCAA Conven-                 University; James A. Gtimsley Jr., The             Luther Burse, Fort Valley State College;
                                               Citadel; John C. Guyon, Southern Illinois          Raymond M Burse, Kentucky State Uni-
tion is 199 at the June 1985 special                                                             versity; Joseph A. Caputo, Millersville
                                               University, Carbondale; Gordon A. Haa-
Convention on integrity issues.                land, University of New Hampshire.                 University of Pennsylvania; Anthony F.
    Among 180 preregistered as of                 Robert L. Hardesty, Southwest Texas             Ceddia, Shippensburg University of Penn-
                                                                                                  sylvania; *James W. Cleary, California                    Jane Goss                                  Donald G. Combs
June 23 were 130 from Division 1,              State University; *Eugene M. Hughes,
                                               Northern Arizona University; Frederick             State University, Northridge.
including 64 of the 105 Division I-A
chief executives; 41 from Division I-
AA, and 29 from Division I-AAA.
                                               S. Humphries, Florida A&M University;
                                               Alfred F. Hurley, North Texas State Uni-
                                               versity; Joseph B. Johnson, Grambling
                                                                                                     Robert A. Davis, Florida Southern
                                                                                                  College; James E. Gilbert, East Strouds-
                                                                                                  burg LJniversity of Pennsylvania; Paul R
                                                                                                                                                Committees oversee
Divisions II and III CEOs preregis-
tered totaled 3 1 and 15, respectively.
    The preregistration list of CEOs
                                               State University; John H. Keiser, Boise
                                               State University; John W. Kuykendall,
                                               Davidson College; Richard G. Landini,
                                                                                                  Givens, Pembroke State University; A.
                                                                                                  Pierre Guillermm, Liberty University,
                                                                                                  *Robert M. Guillot, Untversity of North
                                                                                                                                                Convention activities
as of June 23, in alphabetical order           Indiana State University: Dale W. I.ick,           Alabama; Dean L. Hubbard, Northwest             Representatives of several NCAA           from each district, with the chair
by last name within each division              University of Maine, Orono: *Peter Lik-            Missourt State University;        Rod C.      member institutions serving on the          appointed at large.
                                               ins, Lehigh University; Leslie F. MaJpass,         Kelchner, Mansfield University of Penn-       Credentials Committee and Voting
and subdivision (members of the                                                                                                                                                                Other members of the committee
                                               Western Illinois University.                       sylvania; ‘ Charles A. Lyons Jr., Fayette-    Committee     will be in Dallas to
NCAA Presidents Commission des-                   William V. Muse, University of Akron;          vilfe State University; Jerry D. Morris,                                                   are Richard J. Hazelton, Trinity
ignated with an asterisk):                     Frederick W. Obear, University of Ten-             Eat Texas State liniversity; *Paige E.        oversee certain aspects of the special
                                                                                                                                                Convention.                                 College (Connecticut); Joseph Bar-
                 Division I                    nessee, Chattanooga; Percy A. Pierre,              Mulhollan, Wright State University; Ellis
    I-A: Warren Armstrong. Wlchlta State                                                                                                                                                    resi, College of Staten Island; Lloyd
                                               Prairie View A&M University; *Stanley              E. McCune, California State Uruversity,          The Credentials     Committee,
University; William Atchiey, University        G. Rives, Eastern lllinois University,             Hayward.                                                                                  C. Johnson, Bethune-Cookman Col-
of the Pacific; Ray Authemcnt, University      Dwight Vines, Northeast Louisiana Uni-                Harold J. McGee, Jacksonville State
                                                                                                                                                chaired by Jane Goss, Shippensburg          lege: Marnie W. Swift, University of
of Southwestern Louisiana; Steven C.           versity; ‘Walter Washington, Alcorn State          IJniversity; *William T. O’  Hara, Bryant     University of Pennsylvania, has the         Toledo; EN Mondt, Morningside
Beering. Purdue IJniversity; L. L. Roger,      University; Lloyd Watkins, Illinois State         College; Helen Popovich, Florida Atlantic      authority to examine the credentials        College; Ann Uhlir, Texas Woman’    s
Oklahoma State University, Henry C.            University; Joffre T. Whisenton, Southern          University; *Margaret R. Preska, Man-         of delegates to the Convention. It          University; W. Harold Godwin, Uni-
Bourne Jr., Georgia Institute of Technol-      University, Baton Rouge.                          kato State University, Bill W. Stacy. Sourh-   can determine the authority of any
ogy; Neil S. Bucklew, West Virginia Uni-                                                                                                                                                    versity of Idaho; Bradley L. Rother-
                                                  I-AAA: Martin G. Abegg, Bradley                easl Missouri State University; *Lloyd D.      delegate   to   vote   or   represent   a
versity; John V. Byrne. Oregon State           University; Brother Mel Anderson, St.             Vincent, Angelo State University; John                                                     mel, University     of Nevada, Las
University; Laura F. Cavazos, Texas Tech        Mary’ College (California); l Lattic F.
                                                      s                                          Pierce Watkins, Cahfornia Ilniversity of       member, although that determina-            Vegas; Leanne Grotke, California
University, Marshall M. Criser, University     Coor, University of Vermont; Rev. John            Pennsylvania; *Del D. Weber, University        tion is subject to appeal to the            State University,     Fullerton,  and
of Florida; William H Cunningham,              F. Cunningam, Providence College; Do-             of Nebraska, Omaha; J. William Wenrich,        Convention.                                 John Semanik,        Drexel   University.
Ilniversity of Texas. Austin.                  nald N. Dedmon, Radford University,               Ferris State College; Kent Wyatt, Delta
    John DiBiaggio, Michigan State Uni-                                                                                                           Other Credentials   Committee
                                               Rev. James M. Demske, Canisius College,           State IJniversity.                                                                            Also, during its May 26, 1987,
versity; Richard R. Eakin, East Carolina       Rev. Math&          I>oyle, St Bonaventure                         Division Ill                  members are Frank Mach, College
                                                                                                                                                                                            telephone conference, the Associa-
University. Arthur E. Ellis, Central Mich-     University; Michael R. Ferrari, Drahe                *James 1. Amsler. Salem State College;      of St. Thomas,      and Charles                 s
                                                                                                                                                                                            tion’     Administrative      Committee
igan University; *Gail Fullerton, San Jose     Ilniversity; Jesse Fletcher, Hardin-Sim-          Rose Marie Beston, Nazareth College            Prophet, Mississippi Valley State
State University; E Gordon Gee, Univer-                                                                                                                                                     appointed two additional members
                                               mans University; E. K. Fretwell Jr., Uni-         (New York); Ronald Calgaard, Trinity           University.
sity of Colorado; William P. Gerberding,       versity of North Carolina, Charlotte.             linivrrsity (Texas); *George A. Drake,                                                     to the Voting Committee for the
University of Washington; *Harold II.             *Very Rev. L. Edward Glynn, St. Peter’     s   Grinnell College; Debow Freed, Ohio               Chaired by Donald G. Combs,              special Convention to facilitate vote-
Haak, California State University, Fresno;     College: *Noah N. Langdale Jr., Georgia           Northern University; Wayne F. Geisert.         Eastern Kentucky University, the            counting in the Division I-A busi-
James E. Halligan, New Mexico State            State University; Donald N. Langenberg,           Bridgewater College (Virginia); George         Voting Committee is responsible for         ness session. Appointed were Prent-
University: Thomas K. Hearn Jr., Wake           University of Illinois, Chicago; H. Douglas      M. Harmon, Millsaps College.                   counting votes when called on by            ice Gautt, Big Eight Conference,
Forest University, *Ira Michael Heyman,        Lee, Stetson University; James N. Lough-             David G. Ruffer, Albright College;
University of California. Berkeley.                                                                                                             the chair of a business session. It is      and Patricia W. Wall, Southeastern
                                               ran, Loyola Marymount             University;     Lewis S. Salter, Wabash College; Steven
    James B. Holderman, University of          Cooper R. Mackin, University of New               B. Sample, State University of New York,       composed    of at least one member          Conference.
South Carohna; Stephen Horn, California        Orleans: Samuel Magill, Monmouth Col-             Buffalo; Arnold Speert, William Paterson
State Uruversity, Long Beach; Frank E.
Horton, Uruversity of Oklahoma; Stanley
                                               lege (New Jersey); Joseph M. Marchello,
                                               Old Dominion University; Rev. Michael
                                                                                                 College; Catherine A. Ttsingcr, North
                                                                                                 Adams State College; Richard Warch.
                                                                                                                                                866 is highest possible
0. Ikenberty, University of Illinois, Cham-    G. Morrison, Creighton Umversity.                 Iawrence University; *Kenneth J. Weller,
paign, *Edward H. Jennings, Ohio Stare
University; Bryce Jordan, Pennsylvania
                                                  Rev. Donald S. Nesti, Duquesne lJrn
                                               versity, Rev. Thomas Oddo, University of
                                                                                                 Central College (Iowa): *James J Whalen,
                                                                                                 Ithaca College.
                                                                                                                                                vote total at Convention
State Uruversity; Kenneth H. Keller, Uni-       Portland; David L. Outcalt, University of                                                          There are 866 member institutions        percent    were there. That is the only
versity of Minnesota, Twin Cities; Eamon                                                                                                        and conferences eligible to vote on         time since 1975 that less than 90
M. Kelly, Tulane University; Charles B.
Knapp, University of Georgia; Henry
Koffler, Umversity of Arizona; John E.
                                                    Amendment                                                                                   legislative issues in the NCAA.
                                                                                                                                                   All members do not attend Con
                                                                                                                                                                                            percent of all Division I voters have
                                                                                                                                                                                            been registered at a Convention,
LaTourette, Northern Illmois Uruversity.           Continued from page I                                                                        ventions, of course, and the total in       special or annual.
    William E Lavery, Virginia Polytechnic         Convention; i.e., matters dealing with cost containment in intercolle-                       Dallas is likely to be in the range of         There are 10 all-male institutions
Institute; Max Lennon, Clemson Univer-                                                                                                          400 to 500. Because Divisions II            and seven all-male conferences in
sity, Pet&J. Liacouras, Temple tlniversity;
                                                   giate athletics and maintenance of a proper balance between athletics
                                                   programs and other institutional programs.                                                   and III members generally do not            the vote totals. Those cannot vote
Rev. Edward Malloy. University of Notre
Dame; *Martin A. Massengale, University                Amendments to the proposals in the Official Notice and Program                           attend special Conventions in the           on a wornen’  s-only issue.
of Nebraska, LipcoIn; Robert C. Maxson,            must not increase the modification      proposed in the circularized                         same numbers as annual Conven-                 Similarly, there are 27 all-female
University of Nevada, Las Vegas; ‘   Haskell       amendment and cannot deal with an issue that is not treated by the                           tions,     the number      of voting        institutions    and eight all-female    con-
M. Monroe Jr., University of Texas, El             original amendment. An amendment is acceptable if its provisions                             members generally drops 200 or              ferences, which cannot vote on a
Paso; J. Russell Nelson, Arizona State                                                                                                          more at a special meeting.                  men’ s-only issue.
University; Robert M. O’   Neil, University
                                                   fall between the current rule or circumstance and the change
                                                   proposed in the circularized proposal.                                                          At the 1985 special Convention,
of Virginia; Paul Olum, University of
Oregon; Lt. Gen. Dave R. Palmer, U.S.                  Amendments to amendments may be submitted by a single                                    52.9 percent of all eligible voters         Holiday Bowl
                                                                                                                                                were registered, compared to 82.7
Military Academy.
     Paul G. Pearson, Miamr University
                                                   sponsor, but resolutions must have six sponsors and must be
                                                   submitted by the chief executive officers (or their previously                               and 85.7 percent at the 1986 and            signs with ESPN
(Ohio); Charles J Ping, Ohio University;           designated representatives) of the sponsoring institutions.                                   1987 annual Conventions.                      The Holiday Bowl postseason
 Wesley W. Posvar, University of Pitts-                                                                                                            Included in the total-voter list of      college football game will be tele-
 burgh; Rev. William J. Rewak, Santa
                                                       Questions regarding legislative procedures should be directed to
                                                   William B. Hunt, assistant executive director, in the Convention                             866 are 792 active member institu-          vised nationally on ESPN for the
 Clara University; Terry P. Roark, Univer-
 sity of Wyoming; John W. Ryan, Indiana            work suite.                                                                                  tions and 74 voting conferences. By         next three years.
 University, Bloomington; Lt. ,Gen. Win-                                                                                                        divisions:                                        s
                                                                                                                                                                                               “It’ a big leap forward,” Holiday
 field W. Scott Jr., U.S. Air Force                                                                                                                l Division I: 291 institutions and       Bowl President Herb Klein said,
 Academy; Albert J. Simone, University of      Four selected as parliamentarians                                                                36 conferences; total of 327 votes.         adding that the deal “moves the Sea
 Hawaii; *Otis A. Singletary, University of       Former NCAA President Al&J.                    Furman        University.  A former            Within that total, Division I-A has         World Holiday Bowl into the big-
 Kentucky; *John B. Slaughter, University      Chapman heads a group of four                                                                     105 institutions and nine confer-          league category.”
 of Maryland, College Park; *Bernard F.
                                                                                                 member of the NCAA             Council,
 Sliger, Florida State University; Samuel
                                               representatives of member institu-                Bonner currently serves on the Ex-             ences, I-AA has 87 institutions and            John Reid, the Holiday Bowl’      s
 8. Smith, Washington State University;        tions who will serve as parliament-               ecutive Committee.                             nine conferences, and I-AAA (which          executive director, said the purse for
 Donald C. Swain, University of Louisville.    arians at the various division                        Division II: James W. Cleary,              does not have the privilege of voting       each competing team wiIl be boosted
    Joab Thomas, University of Alabama,        business sessions during the special              president of California State Uni-             by itself on any issue) has 99 institu-     by 5100,000 to $750,000 this year.
Tuscaloosa; *William E. Tucker, Texas          Convention in Dallas.                             versity, Northridge, and chair of the          tions and 18 conferences.                   Reid said the improved purse would
Christian University; Richard L. Van              Chapman, who has served as                                                                       l Division II: 185 institutions,    15   put the Holiday Bowl among the
 Horn, Umversity of Houston; Jon Wefald,
                                                                                                 Division II subcommittee         of the
                                               NCAA parliamentarian since 1975,                  NCAA        Presidents Commission.             conferences, for a 200 total. At the        top seven bowl games in terms of
 Kansas State University; James H. Whar-
 ton, Louisiana State University; Joe B.       is professor of engineering at Rice               Cleary is the primary editor of Ro-             1985 special Convention, 43.1 per-         pay-out.
 Wyatt, Vanderbilt University; Charles E.      University. He is a member of the                 bert’ Rules of Order, Newly Rr-
                                                                                                      s                                         cent of the Division II voters at-             Ticket prices for the game will be
 Young, University of California, Los An       National Association of Parliament-               vised.                                         tended.                                     increased to $22.50 from $20.
 geles; Donald W. Zacharias, Mississippi       arians and will serve at the general                  Division III: Edwin D. Muto,                   l Division   III: 316 institutions,                           s
                                                                                                                                                                                               ESPN, the nation’ largest cable
 State University; James H. Zumberge,          business session and the Divisions I                                                             23 conferences; 339 total. In June          network, has approximately 43 mil-
 University of Southern California.
                                                                                                 director of athletics at State Univer-
     I-AA: Robert A. Alost, Northwestern       and I-A sessions.                                 sity of New York, Buffalo. A former             1985, only 19.4 percent of the III         lion viewers. ESPN officials said
 State University (Louisiana); Donald J.          Division     I-AA:   Francis   W.              NCAA Council member, Muto will                 voters were in attendance.                  they were attracted to the Holiday
 Ayo, Nichdls State University; Ronald E.      Bonner, ‘  professor of English and               become chair of the Eligibility Com-               Nearly all Division I voters at-        Bowl because of its history of excit-
 Beller, East Tennessee State University;      faculty athletics representative at               mittee September 1.                            tend, however. In June 1985, 88.7           ing finishes.
12     THE NCAA NEWS/June       24,1987


Aluminum bats                             U.S. Olympic officials want stricter drug testing
become issue for                             Olympic officials plan an inter-      Press.                                     Among those scheduled to ad-         physicians on the evils of using
junior colleges                           national    meeting   in Colorado
                                          Springs this fall to push for more
                                                                                      “Athletes are completely concen-
                                                                                   trating on daily performances. A lot
                                                                                                                           dress the 300 conferees is Dr. Robert
                                                                                                                           0. Voy, USOC sports medicine di-
                                                                                                                                                                   performance-enhancing     drugs. He
                                                                                                                                                                   now ovcrsces the %1-milliona-year
     The 1988 National Junior College     stringent drug testing of amateur        don’ have the knowledge to prevent
                                                                                        t                                  rector.                                 drug-testing laboratory at the Olym-
 Baseball World Series would be the       athletes around the world as nations     themselves from being used” by             At the 1983 Pan American Games       pic Training Center.
last one played with aluminum bats        select teams for the 1988 Olympics.      coaches, trainers and others who        in Venezuela, 19 athletes from IO          That high cost is another problem
if tournament officials have their           The U.S. Olympic Committee            demand performance at any cost,         nations ~two from the United            in selling drug testing to the various
way.                                      will host the General Assembly of        said Luc Niggli, assembly general       States -were disqualified for using     amateur federations.
     “It ruins the ball game,” Sam        International Sports Federations at      secretary. He was in Colorado           substances, mostly steroids, banned
Suplizio, longtime chair of the tour-                                                                                                                                 “The federations are convinced
                                          the Broadmoor Hotel October 17-          Springs recently in preparation for     by the IOC. Eleven U.S. athletes
nament, told the Associated Press                                                                                                                                  drug testing has to be done, but it
                                          19.                                      the meeting.                            returned home rather than face test-    costs a lot of money. The federations
as the eight-day affair wound down           “What I’ like to see is aconsensus
                                                      d                               “The whole situation is improving,   ing.
in Grand Junction, Colorado. “It’     s                                                                                                                            prefer to use the money to develop
                                          on drug-testing procedures. It’ im-
                                                                          s               s
                                                                                   but it’ not a domain where you can         Thirteen of the 90 athletes at the
unfair to the pitchers and it’ unfair
                              s                                                                                                                                    their sports,” Niggli said.
                                          portant we have uniform rules,”          improve rapidly. Drug testing and        1986 World Modern Pentathlon
to the fielders, who are fielding         said USOC President Robert Hel-          penalties are one side, but the main    Championships in Italy~featuring           Alexandre Merode of Belgium,
rockets.”                                                                          aim is education. And education         swimming, pistol shooting, horse-       IOC chief r%edical officer, pointed
                                          mick of Des Moines, Iowa, one of
     Balls hit by aluminum bats fly       two Americans on the International       takes time,” said Niggli.               back riding, running and fencing-       out that drug use and the reasons
farther and faster, officials said.       Olympic Committee.                          However, U.S. Olympic officials       were suspended for 30 months be-       for its use have ancient roots.
And while the “sweet spot,” the              “The object of the program is:        hope to influence member agencies       cause of drug use.                         “Cheating has been existing since
point of maximum          power, on a     Let’ get people who use drugs out
                                               s                                   in the assembly to enthusiastically        The Pan Am withdrawal spurred        the world began and it will not
wooden bat is about six inches long,      of here,” he told the Associated         test for drugs.                         Voy to hammer at athletes and           change,” Merode said.
   s
it’ almost 24 inches long on a metal
bat, said Dave Rowlands, NJCAA
baseball chair.
     Suplizio said a study conducted
in the Cape Cod League, a summer
league for college players, indicated
that batting averages as well as the
number of singles, extra-base hits
and runs increased by approxi-
mately 30 percent after aluminum
bats were allowed.
     The number of team home runs
hit by the now-defunct Grand Junc-
tion Eagles semipro team doubled
from 34 to “70-some” after the
switch to aluminum bats, said Su-
plizio. former Eagles manager. “I
could hit balls into the light towers
that I would never hit otherwise.”
     Even tournament fans have com-
plained about the number of hits
and runs, Suplizio said.
    The problem is compounded fur-
ther in Grand Junction by the rela-
tively high elevation of 4,586 feet.
Not only do balls soar farther in the
thin air, but curve balls break less,
Rowlands said.
    Suplizio said he will advocate the
return to wood at the NJCAA’        s



                                                                                               Doing It!
annual legislative       assembly in
March at Colorado Springs.
     Rowlands said NJCAA Executive
Director George Killian also sup-
ports the change.

St. Paul selected
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    The St. Paul, Minnesota, Civic                                                on-campus business.
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 Men’ Ice Hockey Committee as
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                                                                                  major, unrestricted and unpublished air fares and
    “The committee is very excited                                                other special tariffs.
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pionship in 1990,” said John B.
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    “Their chamber of commerce con-
tingent put together an excellent
 presentation. We are confident that
their enthusiasm, organization and
experience in running the best high
school ice hockey tournament in
the country will assist them in host-
ing a firstclass collegiate ice hockey
championship      in 1989,” Simpson                            The Official                  Travel Agent for NCAA Championships
said.
   “St. Paul is the perfect setting for
this exciting tournament,” said Joe
ONeill, chairman of the St. Paul



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NCAA bid committee.
   “This is a hockey town and we
know how to host this type of event,”
O’ Neill said. “With the support
     ve
we’ received from the community
and various colleges in the region,
we expect attendance and enthusi-
                                                                                               INTERNATIONAL
asm to break ail current records.”
   The championship field will in-
crease next season from eight to 12
teams. The,larger field will result in
the tournament .ending one week
later than in pieyious “eons.,       ’
                                                                                                                                                                        THE NCAA NEWS/June 24,1987         13



Michigan House action aimed at monitoring sports agents
    Michigan would become the first            One of the Michigan bills re-         get a student-athlete to sign a com-     clean up amateur sports.                      Dick Moss, an agent for Tiger
state in the nation to require every       quires the estimated 50 sports agents     mitment before his or her eligibility          s
                                                                                                                                 “It’ just an inappropriate use of’     pitchers Dan Petry and Jack Morris,
professional sports contract to be         in Michigan to register with the          expires.                                 government power,” said Rep. Tho-         said he saw no problems with the
filed with the state and open to           state, pay a $100 filing fee, post a         Violators of both laws would be       mas Power, R-Traverse City.               legislation.
public scrutiny, under a four-bill         $25,tXIO bond and file all their con-     guilty of a misdemeanor and subject         Power said it was ridiculous for           “It sounds good to me,” Moss
package approved June IO by the            tracts with the state department of       to a year in prison or fines totaling    the state to require every sports         said in an interview with the Asso-
state House.                               licensing and regulation.                 $50,000 or three times the induce-       contract to be filed and open to          ciated Press from his California
    The legislation, which calls for          “1 think this is becoming a little     ment, whichever is greater.              public viewing.                           home.
criminal     penalties ranging from        hysterical,” said Boston sports at-          Both actions now violate NCAA            “It’ none of the state’ business
                                                                                                                                    s                      s                                      s
                                                                                                                                                                            But echoing Wolff’ concerns,
$50,000 in fines to a year in prison       torney Bob Wolff, a leader in the         rules, but Bullard said the NCAA         what (Detroit Tiger outfielder) Kirk      Moss said he was concerned that if
for unscrupulous agents, is aimed at       growing sports-agent business, who        has had trouble enforcing its own                                    s
                                                                                                                              Gibson gets paid. That’ between           different regulations sprang up in
preventing the exploitation of col-        represents Detroit Piston basketball      provisions, without the added threat     him and the Detroit Tigers,” Power        each state, it might be restrictive.
lege athletes.                             player Sidney Green among other           of criminal penalties.                   said.                                                s
                                                                                                                                                                            “There’ a little bit of silliness
    “This will be the strongest legisla-   clients.                                     “College athletes are being in-          BuIIard said the filing requirement    with this approach,” Moss said. “If
tion in the nation,” boasted state                                  t
                                               Wolff said he wouldn’ mind Fed-       duced by money and in some cases         was intended to give the state a way                                    d
                                                                                                                                                                        every state followed suit, I’ have to
Rep. Perry Bullard, D-Ann Arbor            eral regulation or some kind of           even sex and drug offers to sign up      to check to see if agents had signed      file with 25 different states.”
and sponsor of two of the bills.           supervision by the professional play-     with agents and to go professional,      college athletes before their eligibil-       The House passed (83-12) the bill
    “The intent of my legislation is to    ers association, but he said to have      often at the cost of their college       ity was up, thus violating the new        calling for criminal penalties for
clean up college sports and send a         separate rules in each state could        education and certainly causing          law.                                      universities and their representatives
message out there to the unscrupu-         become a little cumbersome.               great disruption     to their college       “What well be able to do is look       involved in recruiting violations.
lous boosters and agents who ex-              The bills would make it illegal for    athletics programs,” BuIIard said.       at the contracts between sports agents        A bill calling for similar criminal
ploit these athletes,” said Rep.           university officials or boosters to          “It is perceived as a widespread      and athletes and determine whether        penalties for sports agents passed,
Joseph Palamara, D-Wyandotte               offer a high school athlete a financial   problem,” he added.                      inducements have been offered that        83-14.
and the other sponsor.                     reward for attending their colleges.         But a number of lawmakers voted       would violate the underlying crimi-                   s
                                                                                                                                                                            Bullard’ two bills requiring the
    The measures now go to the Sen-        Agents would be prevented from                                             t
                                                                                     against the bills, saying it wasn’ the   nal laws and the registration law,”       registration of sports agents passed,
ate, where action isn’ expected
                           t               offering any kind of inducement to        state government’ role to try to
                                                                                                        s                     Bullard said.                             78-19 and 79-19.
until sometime this fall, PaIamara
said.
    California, the only other state to
tackle the issue, has enacted a law
calling for more lenient penalties,
                              t
Bullard said. It also doesn’ require
contracts to be filed with the state.

Gator Bowl plans
to move game to
         s
New Year’ Eve
    For the first time in 16 years, the
Gator Bowl will be played on New
       s
Year’ Eve at the request of CBS
Sports, which will broadcast the
football game for the second year in
a row, officials have announced.
    The college football bowl game
will begin at 2:30 p.m. on New
       s
Year’ Eve and is under the second
year of a three-year sponsorship
deal with Mazda.
    No firm date had been set for this
      s
year’ game until CBS reworked its
schedule. In the past few years, the
Gator Bowl has been played nearer
Christmas.
                      s
    “This was CBS’ idea, and we
concurred. This is the best date,”
said John Bell, Gator Bowl executive
director.
    Bell said the only other bowl
                       s
game on New Year’ Eve is the All
 American Bowl in Birmingham,
 Alabama, but it is being played at
 night.
    CBS will pay the Gator Bowl
 about %500,000 for the broadcast
 rights, about the same amount of
 money it received last year. ABC-
TV paid $850,000 for the 1985 game
but declined to broadcast the 1986
contest.
    The Gator Bowl hasn’ been  t
                          s
 played on New Year’ Eve since
 1971.


Sports facility
named for Joyce
   The University of Notre Dame’    s
multipurpose sports and convention
facility has been named the Edmund
P. Joyce Athletic and Convocation
Center.
   The Joyce Center was named for
               s
Notre Dame’ retiring executive
vice-president by vote of the univer-
     s
sity’ board of trustees. At the same
time, the trustees named the univer-
sity library the Theodore M. Hes-
burgh Library after Notre Dame’     s
outgoing president.
    Both Fathers Hesburgh         and
Joyce retired May 31 following 35
years of service, in their positiqns.
They have been succeeded, respec-
tively, by the Rev. Edward A. Mal-
loy and the Rev. E. William Beau-
champ.
14     l-NE NCM     NEWS/June 24.1987




Texas football program placed on NCAA probation
    I. Introduction.                       athletics department administrative                    G. Notice to alumni of the impor-                 benefit accrued to the university?                        brother, and permitted the young men to
    On June 3, 1987, the NCAA              policies and practices.                            tance of compliance with NCAA                         and (3) deter those who otherwise                         purchase a steak dinner on those occasions
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     s
                                                                                                                                                                                                             during the prospect’ freshman and sopho-
 Committee on Infractions reviewed             Some of the violations occurred                rules.                                                may be tempted to violate NCAA
                                                                                                                                                                                                              more years following “night football con-
 the allegations contained in the          more than four years ago. Com-                         H. The creation of a new position                 rules.                                                    tests” in Austin, and (e) mailed a S50 check
                                                                                                                                                        II. Violations of NCAA requirements or
         s
NCAA’ official inquiry issued to           mendably, the university did not                   of financial officer in order to pro-                 questionable practices in light of            NCAA
                                                                                                                                                                                                              on several occasions to the father of the
the University of Texas, Austin, on        attempt to invoke the NCAA’ stat-
                                                                           s                  vide appropriate assistance in ac-                                                                             young man m order to purchase Christmas
                                                                                                                                                    requirements, as determined by committee.
                                                                                                                                                                                                              and birthday gifts for his sons. [NCAA
 March 19,1987, and the university’   s    ute of limitations as a defense. This              cordance with NCAA            rules to                    A. Significant violations of NCAA legis-
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Constitution 3-l-(g)-(5) and Bylaws l-I-(b)-
 written response to those allegations.    fact demonstrates a commitment on                  student-athletes who have financial                   lation.
                                                                                                                                                        l.During     the period December 1984 to             (I), I-S-(i) and 1-9-(m)]
    In considering this case, the com-     the part of the university willingly               need.                                                 March 1985. while recruiting a prospective                    3 In January 1984, the former recruiting
 mittee recognized the cooperative         to assume responsibility for those                     I. A policy requiring the registra-               student-athlete,      a former assistant football        coordinator      and present assistant director
                                                                                                                                                                                                              of athletics obtained a $2,600 loan from a
 approach of the university and the        violations that have occurred, in-                 tion of automobiles operated by                       coach made statements that reasonably
                                                                                                                                                    could have led the young man to believe that              bank in Austin and purchased a cashier’             s
commitment of President William            cluding those that took place some                 student-athletes with disclosure of                                                                            check in this amount for the cost of repairing
                                                                                                                                                    he would receive benefits not available to
 H. Cunningham to have an athletics        years ago.                                         any loan or lease arrangements.                       other students if he enrolled at the institution.        the automobile of a student-athlete; further,
 program at the University of Texas                            s
                                               The committee’ findings of vio-                   J. Letters of reprimand from the                   Also, several days after the young man’             s     thedamage to the automobile was caused by
that operates in full compliance           lations are set forth in Part II of this                                                                                                                          two student-athletes who, several days after
                                                                                              president to representatives of the                                                          s
                                                                                                                                                    official paid visit to the university’ campus,
                                                                                                                                                    the coach gave the young man an orange                   the repair bill was paid, each obtained a
with NCAA rules and regulations.           report, and the penalties imposed                             s
                                                                                              university’ athletics interests who                                                                            S1,300 loan and paid the recruiting coordi-
                                                                                                                                                                                        s
                                                                                                                                                    mesh jersey with the prospect’ last name
    The case started with selfdis-         by the committee are set forth in                  were involved in rule violations,                     and the number “8” on the back. [NCAA                             s
                                                                                                                                                                                                              nator’ $2,600 loan balance. When this
closed information concerning pos-         Part III. In part, the penalties are               admonitions to other representatives                  Bylaws I-l-(b) and l-l-(h)-(l)]                          transaction      was discovered by umversity
sible violations by the university         designed to be remedial in nature.                 and the disassociation of represen-                       2.On at least two occasions during the               offtcials, it was not reported to the NCAA
                                                                                                                                                     1980-81 academic year, prior to the enroll-             because the institution concluded wrongly
and expanded as newspaper reports          The period of probation will be                    tatives who were guilty of more                                                                                that it did not constitute a violation. [NCAA
                                                                                                                                                    ment of a prospective student-athlete,               a
disclosed the sale of complimentary        reduced to one year if the university              serious violations.                                                                                             Constitution 3-I-(g)-(S)]
                                                                                                                                                    representative of the university’     s athletics
tickets by student-athletes and other      is successful in fully implementing                    K. The continuation of a special                  interests      entertained     the young man,                4 By his ignorance of some NCAA rules
possible violations.                       the important changes ordered by                   faculty committee that will recon-                    members of his family and a high school                  and by ignoring others, an assistant football
    A significant number of violations                                                                                                              coach, further, during the young man’               s    coach was involved in several violations.
                                            President      Cunningham.       These            vene in six months to audit progress
                                                                                                                                                    enrollment (1981-1985), the representative               Specifically, he: (a) provided small amounts
were found in this case. With a            changes include:                                   of the rulescompliance program.                                                                                of cash (up to S20) to a student-athlete over
                                                                                                                                                    provided automobile transportation,            enter-
single exception, none of the serious          A. A clear message to the athletics                L. Reorganization of the duties                   tainment and cash to the young man and                                                       s
                                                                                                                                                                                                             the course of the young man’ enrollment
violations involved the recruitment        department staff that anyone who                   of an assistant director of athletics                 members of his family.                                   (1983-1986). cash that was later repuid upon
of prospective student-athletes, and       knowingly violates NCAA rules or                                                                             Specifically, after the young man signed a           request; (b) loaned a student-athlete 5200 to
                                                                                              (the former recruiting coordinator)
                                                                                                                                                    letter of intent with the university and prior           pay bail bond, a loan that was repaid; (c)
it does not appear that the violations     covers up a violation will be tired.               that will eliminate any responsibili-                                                                          failed to convey the proper rules interpreta-
                                                                                                                                                                       s
                                                                                                                                                    to the prospect’ enrollment. the representa-
resulted in a significant competitive          B. A presidential commitment to                ties related to the handling of prob-                 tive entertained the young man and members               tions to a representative of the university’       s
advantage for the University of            meet yearly with the athletics de-                 lems encountered by prospective                       of his family for a steak dinner; further,               athletics interests, which caused the repre-
Texas. However, most of the viola-         partment staff to emphasize rules                                                                                                                                 sentative (who was prepared to ahide by the
                                                                                              and enrolled student-athletes.                        approximately        one month later, the repre-
                                                                                                                                                    sentative entertained         the prospect,       his    rules) to contact a prospective            student-
tions cannot be considered isolated        compliance.                                           M. Periodic, at least yearly, review                                                                        athlete in person and to assist the prospect
                                                                                                                                                                                             s
                                                                                                                                                    brother and one of the young men’ assistant
or inadvertent in nature. Thus, these          C. A rules-education program for               of athletics department policies and                                                                           in obtaining employment with his firm prior
                                                                                                                                                    high school football coaches for a meal at a
violations in the aggregate constitute     athletics department staff members.                practices.                                            restaurant.                                                                     s
                                                                                                                                                                                                             to the young man’ graduation from high
a serious infractions case, which              D. Instructions to the university’s               The committee’ penalties in the
                                                                                                                  s                                     Subsequent to the young man’ enroll-   s             school and before the young man signed his
                                                                                                                                                    ment, the representative: (a) transported the            letter of intent, and (d) signed the young
puts the University of Texas in jeop-      legal counsel to conduct meetings                  case include reducing the allowable                                                                            man to a National Letter of Intent during an
ardy of significantly more serious                                                                                                                  young man and members of his famdy to
                                           with the athletics department staff                number of initial football grants-in-                                                                          improper recruiting contact at the young
                                                                                                                                                    restaurants where he entertained them for
penalties should a major violation         on current rules interpretations.                  aids for the 1988-89 academic year                    meals on numerous occasions on a regular                        s
                                                                                                                                                                                                             man’ high school. [NCAA Constitution 3-
occur at the university in the future.         E.A policy that provides that a                from 25 to 20 and reducing the                        basis during the institution’   s vacation perii          1-(g)-(5) and Bylaws I-l-(b)-(2),       I-2-(a)(4)
                                                                                                                                                    ads; (b)entertained the young man’ brother s             and 1-2-(b)]
    One finding in this case involved      player who knowingly is involved in                number of official paid visits to
                                                                                                                                                    prior to a home football game in 1982 and                    5.During     the period January         1982 to
a serious violation of recruiting          a major NCAA rule violation will                   campus in that sport to 75. These                                                                              December 1984, a former assistant football
                                                                                                                                                    also provided him a ticket to this game; (c)
rules and the gift of very substantial,    not be permitted to compete.                       penalties are designed to emphasize                   entertained members of the young man’               s    coach (the present head football coach), two
improper extra benefits to a very             I? Support for a state statute that             the importance of rules compliance                    family for a meal at a restaurant in the                 former assistant football coaches and a
talented enrolled student-athlete.                                                                                                                   Austin area following home football games               former recruiting coordinator         (present as-
                                           would permit the university to sue                 and to make perfectly clear that
                                                                                                                                                    on approximately          two or three occasions         sistant director of athletics) arranged for or
Other violations, though less serious,     representatives of the university’   s             major violations will result in penal-                                                                         provided several student-athletes with var-
                                                                                                                                                    each year during the young man’ enroll-     s
were sufficient in number to raise         athletics interests who are involved               ties that: (I) reassure those who                      ment; (d) gave a total of approximately          540    ious amounts of cash for the young men’               s
questions about the adequacy of            in rule violations.                                comply with the rules; (2) limit any                  to SSO cash to the young man and his                     personal use. Further, on several of these
                                                                                                                                                                                                             occasions, the student-athletes         repaid the
                                                                                                                                                                                                             money. Specifically:

NCAA places Utah football program on probation                                                                                                                                                                   a.Subsrquent      to the 1980 Bluebonnet
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Bowl, an assistant coach provided a student-
                                                                                                                                                                                                             athlete a small amount of cash to purchase a
    I. Introduction.                       tended to be remedial-to    assist the             ing staff became aware that this trip con&            these penalties are imposed, which shall be              bus ticket from Austin to the young man’              s
                                                                                              tuted the prospect’ sixthexpense-paid
                                                                                                                  s                        visit.   the date the 15day appeal period expires or              home town
   On June 4, 1987, the NCAA               university in improving its adminis-                                                                                                                                  b. During the spring of 1982, an assistant
                                                                                              Although the head coach ordered the staff             the date the university notifies the executive
Committee on Infractions reviewed          trative capacity to conduct its foot-              to discontinue the visit, his orders were not         director that it will not appeal to the NCAA             coach arranged for a member of the athletics
the allegations contained in the           ball program in compliance with                    carried out, and the young man was allowed            Council, whichever is earlier, or the date               department       business office to provide a
NCAA’ official inquiry issued to
         s                                 NCAA rules.                                        to participate fully in the weekend’ activities.
                                                                                                                                   s                established by Council action as a result of             student-athlete with at least $50 cash to pay
                                                                                               Further, members of the coaching staff               an appeal by the university to the Council. it           the cost of a fine the young man owed to the
the University of Utah May 5,1987,            The reduction of the period of                                                                                                                                 university.
                                                                                              attempted to conceal the record of this visit         being understood that should any of the
                     s
and the university’ written response       time within which recruiting con-                  by having hotel registration         documents                                                                     c During the 1984 football season, an
                                                                                                                                                    penalties in this case be set aside for any
to those allegations.                      tacts can be made and the reduction                identify him under an alias, “Spike.” In              reason other than by appropriate action of               assistant coach provided a student-athlete
                                           in the number of expense-paid visits               addition: (a) documents related to a local ski        the Association, the penalties shall be recon-           approximately       $10 to $20 cash to purchase
    During the hearing, the institution
                                                                                              trip, and meal and entertainment expenses             sidered by the Committee on Infractions.                                                    s
                                                                                                                                                                                                             gasoline for the young man’ trip to his
freely admitted that three relatively      to the university are imposed be-
                                                                                              were altered to delete references to the              further, prior to the conclusion of the proba-           home; further, this money was repaid to the
minor recruiting violations had oc-        cause of the recruiting advantage                  prospect’ presence; (b) the head coach did
                                                                                                         s                                                                                                   coach.
                                                                                                                                                    tionary period in this case. the institution
curred. Unfortunately, an effort on        that could have been gained as a                   not ascertain whether the young man’ visits           shall submit a written report to the NCAA                    d. On two occasions, the recruiting coor-
the part of members of the football        result of the violations, and also to              was terminated and, in fact, met with him             enforcement staff tdentifying      institutional         dinator gave cash to a studenttathlete             for
                                           make perfectly clear that an attempt               during the course of the visit; (c)the football       initiatives that will ensure that adequate               miscellaneous purposes. Specifically, during
coaching staff to cover up one of the                                                                                                                                                                        the 1981-82 academic year, the young man
                                                                                              coaching staff failed to report this violation        administrative     controls and educational
violations (i.e., a sixth expense-paid     by coaching-staff members to cover                                                                                                                                was given approximately          S20 cash, and
                                                                                              to university, Western Athletic Conference            programs are in place for the university’      s
visit by a highly regarded prospec-        up even an isolated violation of                   or NCAA officials, and (d) despite intensive          football coaching staff to avoid involvement             during the 1983-84 academic year, the young
tive student-athlete) resulted in a        limited seriousness will result in the             inquiry by the institution      and the NCAA          in further violations of NCAA regulations.               man received 540 cash.
                                           imposition of a significant penalty.               enforcement staff, the persons involved in                                                                         e. In December 1983, the recruiting coor-
very serious violation.                                                                                                                                 B.There shall be no in-person, on- or off-
                                                                                                                                                                                                             dinator paid S56 cash on a bail bond for a
                                                                                              the cover-up were not fully identified. [Bylaw        campus recruiting contact with any pro-
    Although the committee was un-            II. Violations of NCAA requirements or                                                                                                                         student-athlete,     cash that the young man
                                                                                               1-9-(e)]                                             spective student-athlete in the sport of foot-
                                           questionable practices in light of NCAA                                                                                                                           repaid the following week.
able to identify the particular staff      requirements, as determined by committee.              2. During the fall of 1984, while recruiting      ball during the period December l-8, 1987.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 f. On one occasion during the fall of 1984,
members who attempted the cover-              A. Violation of the principles governing        a prospective student-athlete, a then assistant           CThere shall he a total of not more than             an assistant coach gave S20 to a srudent-
up, it is the committee’ position
                           s               ethical conduct [NCAA      Constitution  3-6-      football coach provided the young man                 75 official paid visits permitted for prospec-
                                                                                              round-trip    automobile transportation       (ap-                                                             athlete in order for the young man to pur-
that the institution is responsible for    (all.                                                                                                    tive student-athletes in the sport of football           chase a one-way airline ticket (cost of S36)
                                               Football    coaching-staff    members who      proximately     24 miles) between the young           for a one-year period beginning with the
the actions of its staff members. It                                                                                                                                                                         between Austin and his home; further, this
                                           were employed by the University of Utah                   s
                                                                                              man’ home and the home of his mother                  opening day of classes for the 1987-8X                   money was repaid to the coach.
also is clear that the original viola-     failed to deport themselves with honesty           (Bylaw 1-9-(i)]                                       academic year at the university.                             g. During the fall of 1983, the recruiting
tion (the sixth expense-paid visit)        and in accordance with the generally recog-            3. In January 1985, a then assistant foor-            [NOTE: Should the University of Utah                 coordinator      provided a loan of approxii
was not reported to the NCAA               nized high standards of honor and dignity          ball coach provided a prospective student-             appeal either any of the findings of violations         mately $21.70 to a student-athlete in order
                                           expected of individuals         associated with    athlete one-way automobile transportation              or proposed penalties to the NCAA Council               for the young man to travel home; further,
when it became known to members            intercollegiate    athletics programs in that      from Salt Lake City International      Airport         subcommittee of Division I members, the                 the loan was repaid to the recruiting coordi-
of the football staff, including the       there was an attempt by football coaching-                                             s
                                                                                              to the residence of the young man’ girlfriend.                                                                 nator [NCAA Constitution 3-1-(g)-(5), 3-l-
                                                                                                                                                     Committee on Infractions        will submit an
head coach. Because of these facts,        staff members to conceal a prospective             [Bylaw l-S-(j)]                                        expanded infractions report to the members              (h) and 34-(a)]
the committee found the university         student-athlete’ s    official paid visit to the       C. Violation of the provisions governing           of the Council who will consider the appeal.                6.On January 11-12, 1985, during the
                                           university (described in Part II-B-l of this       certification of compliance [NCAA Bylaws                                                                                                              s
                                                                                                                                                                                                             official paid visit to the university’ campus
itself in violation of the principles of   report). In this regard, documents related to
                                                                                                                                                     This report will include additional informa-
                                                                                              5-6-(d) and 5-6-(d)-(5)].                              tion in accordance with Section 6 of the                of a prospective studenttathlete,        the young
ethical conduct for failing to ensure      a local ski trip and records of the young              With full knowledge at the time that                                                                              s
                                                                                                                                                                                                             man’ student host told the prospect that
                                                                                                                                                     Official Procedure Governing the NCAA
that members of its football coach-              s
                                           man’ expenses for meals, lodging and en-                                               s
                                                                                              certain practices of the university’ intercol-         Enforcement Program, and a copy will be                 certain benefits that were not available to
ing staff deported themselves with         tertainment were designed to conceal the           legiate football program were not in com-              provided to you prior to the institution’     s         the general student body would be provided
honesty and in accordance with the                       s
                                           young man’ presence at the university. As a        pliance with NCAA legislation, the head                hearing.                                                if he enrolled in the university;            further,
                                           result of these actions, the institution itself    football coach and a then assistant football              Also, the Committee on Infractions wishes            during this visit, the student host also ar-
generally recognized high standards        must bear substantial responsibility for the       coach attested on June 18, 1985, on state-             to advise the university that when the pcnal-           ranged for the prospect to receive several
of honor and dignity expected of           conduct of its staff members.                      ments filed with the chief executive officer           ties and corrective actions, as determined by           articles of clothing at no cost to the prospect
individuals associated with inter-            B. Violations of the provisions governing       that they had reported their knowledge of              the committee or Council subcommittee.                  and told the young man that there were
collegiate       athletics   programs.     recruiting [NCAA Bylaws 1-9-(e) and I-Y-           and involvement in any violations of NCAA              become effective, the university shall take             other clothing stores in the Austin area that
                                           till.                                              legislation involving the institution; further,       every precaution to ensure that their terms              have provided articles of clothing to student-
[NCAA Constitution 3-6-(a)].
                                                                                              based upon information       provided by these        are observed. Further, the committee intends             athletes at a reduced cost.
   The committee’ findings are set
                     s                         1. In December 1984, while recruiting a
                                                                                                                          s
                                                                                              Individuals, the university’ chief executive          to monitor the penalties during their effective              Specifically, the young man was told that
                                           prospective student-athlete, members of the
forth in Part II of this report, and                                                          officer, without intent to do so, erroneously         periods, and any action contrary to the                  (a) student-athletes attending the university
                                                      s
                                           university’ football coaching staff arranged
the penalties imposed by the com-                                                             certified on August 26.1985, the university’ s        termsof any of the penalties shall be consid-                                           s
                                                                                                                                                                                                             could use a football coach‘ automobile on
                                           for the young man and his wife to visit the
                                                                                              compliance with NCAA legislation.                     ered grounds for extending the university’    s          occasion, and (b) he would have an oppor-
mittee are set forth in Part III of this   university’s   campus for an expense-paid
                                           visit. During the course of this visit on the         III. Committee on Infractions Penalties.           probationary     period, as well as to consider          [unity to sell his complimentary            football
report.                                                                                                                                             imposing more severe sanctions in the case.]             tickets for cash.[NCAA       Bylaws l-l-(b) and
                                           morning of December 22. 1984, numerous                A. The university shall be placed on pro-
   The period of probation is in-          members of the university’ football coach-
                                                                      s                       bation for a period of one year from the date         NCAA COMMITTEE            ON INFRACTIONS                                           See Texas, page I5
                 *                                                                                                                                                                                              THE NCAA NEWS/June 24,1987                 15


NAACP tells Mississippi State                                                                                                                               Summer leagues approved
                                                                                                                                                               An additional 61 summer basket-                   phia; Quakertown       Summer     Basketball


to boost number of black coaches                                                                                                                            ball leagues have been approved for
                                                                                                                                                            student-athlete participation, bring-
                                                                                                                                                            ing the total to 231 that have been
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 League, Quakertown;

                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Men’
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Men’ Summer Bas-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ketball League, Shippensburg;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 stown           s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              s

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Basketball
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Shireman-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      League,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Shiremanstown; 10th Annual East End Com-
     A Mississippi NAACP         official                                                                yelled racial slurs at the black player.           certified by the NCAA Council.                       munity Center Tournament,        Uniontown;
 says the organization will “move                                                                            Blackman was banned from two                   Lists of other approved summer                       Friends of Warren Basketball        Summer
 expeditiously to demand that black                                                                      games at the College World Series                  leagues appeared in the May 20 and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 League, Warren; Bethune-Douglas        Men’  s
                                                                                                         in Omaha, but the NCAA has taken                                                                                      s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 and Women’ Summer Basketball League,
 athletes not attend Mississippi State                                                                                                                      May 27, 1987, issues of The NCAA                     Williamsport.     Teennessee~Hays    Avenue
 University” if the school fails to hire                                                                 no action against Mississippi State,               News.                                                Community Summer League, Jackson. Vir-
 by August 1 at least one black                                                                          host of the regional tournament.                       Any questions concerning the                     gini--   Irv Sanderson Nissan/Saab Summer
 assistant baseball coach, two more                                                    Donald                Mississippi State officials agree              application process or the require-                  League, Richmond.      Washington-Seattle
                                                                                                         some racial slurs apparently were                                                                       Rainier Bank Summer League, Seattle.
 in football and one more in basket-                                                   w                                                                    ments for NCAA          approval of                  West Virginia-Capital     City Summer Bas-
 ball.                                                                                                   made, but they contend they can’       t           summer basketball leagues should                     ketball, Charleston. Wisconsin-Chippewa
     In a telephone interview following                                                                  be held responsible for actions of                 be referred to John R. Gerdy, legis-                                              s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Valley Family YMCA Men’ League, Chip-
 a meeting with university President                                                                     some members of the crowd. A                       lative assistant, at the NCAA na-                    pewa Falls.
 Donald W. Zacharias and other                                                                           university committee is studying                   tional office. Following are the 45                                        s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Women’ leagues
 school officials, state NAACP edu-                                                                      suggestions to improve crowd con-                  men’ leagues and 16 women’
                                                                                                                                                                  s                             s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Caiifomla ~ ARC Summer League        Col-
                                                                                                         trol, including larger campus secu-                                                                     lege Division,   Van Nuys. IndianapPly-
 cation chair Morris Kinsey said                                                                                                                            leagues recently approved for par-                   mouth      Summer     Basketball    League,
 there are no black assistants in                                                                        rity forces at games.                              ticipation. Additional leagues will                  Plymouth. Kentucky- Dust Bowl, Owens-
-baseball, although there are some in                ments until I have had an oppor-                        Kinsey also said the group would                                                                    bore. M&sour-New       HavenSummerTour-
                                                                                                                                                            be reported in The NCAA News as
 football and basketball. He said the                tunity    to study this further,”                   request investigations and appro-                                                                       nament, New Haven; St. Charles County
                                                                                                                                                            they are approved.
 NAACP also is seeking more re-                      Zacharias said.                                     priate disciplinary actions by the                                                                           s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Girl’ Summer Basketball League, St. Cha-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 rles; Wright City Tournament, Wright City.
 cruitment of black baseball players,                   Zacharias disputed during the                    state college board and the South-                    Alabama- Huntsville Intercollegiate Bas-          New York-Summer                 s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Women’ Basketball
 though no numbers or deadlines                      1 s-hour meeting NAACP leaders’                     eastern Conference and would ask                   ketball Summer League, Huntsville. Cali-             League, Albany; Town of Dewitt Parks and
 have been set for that.                             allegations that the university con-                the NCAA to bar Mississippi State                  fornia-South     Central Los Angeles Athletic        Recreation Department      Summer League,
                                                     dones racial discrimination, the As-                from hosting any kind of NCAA-                     Club, Los Angeles; Drake Summer League,              Dewitt: GIAC Summer Basketball League,
     When contacted for the universi-                                                                                                                       San Anselmo Coloradop Rafferty’ 4-on-s               Ithaca. Pennsylvania Doyle&own Summer
 ty’ response to Kinsey’ demands,
    s                       s                        sociated Press reported.                            sanctioned tournaments in the fu-                  4 Summer League, Greeley. Connecticut ~              League, Doyle&own; Union Township Girl’   s
 Zacharias said no specific demands                     “I am not a racist. I deny any                   ture, even if the black assistant                               s
                                                                                                                                                             Sand Men’ Basketball League, Hartford;              Summer Basketball League, Doylestown;
 were made at the meeting when                       racist tendency, nor do I support                   coaches are hired.                                 Conn     Shoot-Out      Summer     Basketball        Priscilla Abruzzo Memorial League, Phila-
                                                     racism in any way,” Zacharias told                      Mississippi State has about 1,300              League, New Haven: Willimantic Recreation            delphia; BethuneDouglas           s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Men’ and Wom-
  Kinsey threatened the boycott by
                                                                                                                                                            Department       High    School    Basketball        en’ s     Summer     Basketball     League,
  black athletes. Reporters who at-                  them.                                               black students, which is 11.48 per-                Summer League, Willimantic.         Florida-         Williamsport.    Tennesaec~Hays     Avenue
  tended the meeting also said Kinsey                   The meeting was called to discuss                cent of the student body. About 37                  Dade Street Community       Center Summer           Community      Summer League, Jackson.
  generally called for an end to alleged                         s
                                                     the school’ ongoing investigation                   percent of Mississippi State athletes               Baskerball League, Tallahassee. Hawaii&             Texas Irving Parks and Recreation Worn-
  discrimination.                                    into the alleged heckling of Okla-                  are black, school officials said.                   Hawaii NCAA Summer Basketball League,                   s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 en’ Summer Basketball League, Irving.
                                                                                                                                                             Honolulu. lndinna-Plymouth     Summer Bas-          Virginia-Potomac                     s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Valley Women’ Bas-
      “1 listened carefully to Mr. Kin-              homa State center fielder Anthony                       The school has a total of 22 head               ketball League, Plymouth.      Iowa-     First      ketball League, Alexandtia.
        s
  sey’ allegations about Mississippi                 Blackman during the last game of                    and assistant coaches, four of whom                 Annual Prime Time Basketball League,
  State today (June 16); and at this                 the NCAA regional baseball tour-                    are black, they said. There also is a               Iowa City.
  time, I believe it would be inappro-               nament. Blackman exposed his but-                   black graduate assistant coach in                     Kannrs~College       Players Summer Bas-          Kuhn predicts
  priate to make any additional com-                 tocks to fans after some apparently                 the basketball program.                            ketball League, Topeka. Kentucky-Dust
                                                                                                                                                            Bowl, Owensboro. Maryland-Annapolis                  sunny days for
       s
 Tulane’ Kelly puts ball in NCAA’ court
                                s                                                                                                                           Recreation Department
                                                                                                                                                            Truxrun     Park.
                                                                                                                                                                                         Summer League,
                                                                                                                                                                                   Minnesota-Pillsbury
                                                                                                                                                            Summer Basketball League, St. Paul. Mis-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 college baseball
    Tulane University President Ea-                  priate, he said.                                    neth McWilliams,        chair of the               souri   New Haven Summer Tournament,                    Bowie Kuhn, former commis-
mon M. Kelly said June 21 he will                        “I do not feel that the conditions                      s
                                                                                                         board’ athletics committee.                        New Haven; Wright City Tournament,                   sioner  of Major League Baseball,
                                                                                                                                                            Wright City. Nevada ~ North Las Vegas
                         s
consider bringing men’ basketball                    are right at this time,” Kelly said. “I                 Other proposals made by the                    Recreation Department Basketball League,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 sees nothing but good days ahead
back to the school when the NCAA                     would hope that the national envi-                  board include construction of a new                Las Vegas. New Je~ey~Freehold          Township      for collegiate baseball.
places more emphasis on academics                    ronment will have changed enough                    building to house the school’ ath-
                                                                                                                                        s                   Summer Basketball League, Freehold; Don                 As a guest on the Coors Sports-
for student-athletes.                                in the not too distant future so that               letics department and plans to reno-               Kennedy-Jersey      City Summer Basketball           Night show on the Madison Square
                                                                                                                                                            League, Jersey City. New Mexico-Far-                 Garden Network, Kuhn said, “1
    Tulane’ Board of Administrators
            s                                        we could reconsider.”                                vate Tulane Arena.                                mington High Summer Basketball League,
has approved a sweeping proposal                          Kelly said his decision will not be               “I think this is a great day for                Farmmgton. New York-Town              of Dewitt      think you are seeing a really boom-
calling for reinstatement of men’     s              a unilateral one, but it will depend                Tulane,” said McWilliams. “I can’    t             Parks and Recreation Department League,              ing growth of college baseball today.
basketball, suspended in 1985, and                   on what happens at the NCAA                         remember any school of our type
                                                                                                                                                            Dewitt; GIAC Summer Basketball League,               It began IO to 15 years ago; the gold
                                                                                                                                                            Ithaca;   Cortlandt      Summer      Basketball      medal for baseball in the Olympics,
a $25 million, five-year fund-raising                special Convention in Dallas.                       ever making such a commitment to                   League, Peekskill,      St. Francis DeSales
campaign for all sports.                                  He is looking for “changes where               intercollegiate athletics.”                        Summer Classic, Rockaway Beach                       which was voted by the Intema-
    “What the board action did was                   you would feel comfortable that                                                                           Ohio Akron Area Summer Basketball                 tional Olympic Committee last Sep-
                                                     there was a sense of academic integ-                   The board ordered McWilliams’                   League, Akron; Lima Campus Summer                    tember, will only heighten this.
to reaffirm the previous action of
                                                      rity in intercollegiate athletics that             athletics committee to prepare a                   Basketball League, Lima; 6 foot and Under/              “You now see college baseball
the select committee, indicating Di-
                                                      ensured that a men’ basketball
                                                                                s                        five-year plan to make a national-                 YMCA Summer Basketball League, Lima;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 championships in Omaha on cable,
vision I basketball would make a                                                                                                                            Roredale Summer Basketball League, Mid-
                                                      program would contribute to the                    championship contender out of Tu-                                                                                        s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 and I think it’ not long before
significant contribution to the qual-                                                                                                                       dlerown. Oregon-WPC           Summer League,
                                                      quality of life on campus,” the Asso-                    s
                                                                                                         lane’ athletics program, which has                                 Pennsylvania~Doylestown                   re
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 you’ going to see it (the College
 ity of life on the Tulane University                                                                                                                       Portland.
                                                      ciated Press reported.                             operated without a deficit just twice              Summer League, Doylestown;             Antietam      World Series) on over-the-air TV.
 campus,” Kelly said.
    The board recommended that                            “It was time that we either fished             in the past 20 years.                              Valley Summer Adult League, Mt. Penn;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 And it should be there because it’ a
                                                                                                                                                            West Norrllon Township Parks and Recrea-
 basketball be reinstated when Kelly                  or cut bait in sports. The board                     “And basketball          is part of the          tion, Norristown;      Northeast Philadelphia        tremendous event,“Kuhn told show
 believes the conditions are appro-                   decided to go fishing,“ said W. Ken-               package,” he said.                                 Open Men’ Baskerball League, Philadel-
                                                                                                                                                                        s                                        host Dave Sims.

 Texas
 Continuedfrom         page 14                       visits to the university’ campus; further, on
                                                                             s                           distance of approximately 80 miles. [NCAA          former assistant football coaches attested                                               s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 and their effect on the institution’ athletics
 l-l-(h)-(l)]                                        several occasions, these coaching         staff     Bvlaw &9-(j)]                                      on statements tiled with the chief executive         polsiea and procedures.
     l.During   one or more of the following         members allowed the student-athletes         to        6. Because of a failure on rhe part of the      officer of the university that they had rem              B. During rhe 1988-89 academic year, no
 academic years, 1980-81, 1981~82, 1982-83,          utilize the automobiles for the young men’     s    university to adequately inform a represent-       ported their knowledge of and involvement            more than 20 student-athletes in the sport of
 19X3-84 and 1984-85, 10 student-athletes            personal use. [NCAA Constitution      3-l-(g)-                             s
                                                                                                         ative of the university’ athletics interests of    in any violations of NCAA Irglslation in-            football shall be recipients of initial, athlet-
 sold their comphmentary         football tickets    (S) and Bylaw 1-9-(j)-(4)]                          NCAA rules, he provided or arranged extra          volving the institution when, in fact, they          ically related fmancial aid (as set forth in
 (some for amounts well in excess of face                2. Beginning approximately     March 28,        benefits for numerous student-athletes       in    had not done so. Further, based upon mfor-           0.1.600) that has been arranged or awarded
 value) to teammates, friends, a member of           1986, while recruiting a prospective student-       the sport of football that were not available      mation provided by these individuals, and            by the university.
 the universiry’ s   athletics equipment staff       athlete, a representative of the umversity’  s      to other students enrolled ac the university.      without intent 10 do so, the university’ chief
                                                                                                                                                                                                    s                C. There shall be a total of iot more than
 and other unidentified individuals. [NCAA           athletics interests employed the young man;         Speciilcally:  (a) On an annual basis for          executive officer at the time erroneously            75 official paid v&s permitted for prospec-
 Constitution 3-1-(a)-(3) and 3-l-(g)-(3)]           further, this employment continued for five         several years, he arranged a preseason party       certified the university’ s compliance with          tive student-athletes in the sport of football
     8.The university failed to exercise ade-        days a week until the young man graduated           for numerous student-athletes and business-         NCAA legislation. [NCAA Bylaws 5-6-(d)-             for a one-year period beginning with the
 quate administrative control over its athletics     from high school and began prior to the date        men at a nightclub or another Site m Austin        (3) and 5-6-(d)-(4)]                                 opening day of classes for the 1987-88
 program resulting, for rhe most part, in            the young man signed a National Letter of           where the student-athletes      were provided           Ill. Committee on Infractions Penalties.        academic year at the university.
 numerous minor violations; further, in one          Intent to attend the institution, and finally,      refreshments, and (b) on several occasions              A The umversity shall be publicly repri-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     [N(XE:     Should the Umverricy of Texas,
 instance, a violation was not reported 10 the       an assistant football coach was aware of this       during the period 1974-1984, he provided            manded and censured, and placed on proba-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Austin, appeal either any of the findings of
 NCAA because there was an inexcusable               employment al the time. [NCAA Bylaw l-l-             meals and lodging in his home and purchased        lion for a period of two years from the date
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 violations     or proposed penalties to the
 failure to recogmze thar an obvious violation       @)-@I                                               clothing for several student-athletes in con-       these penalties are Imposed, which shall be
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  NCAA Council subcommittee of Division I
 had occurred. [NCAA Constitution 3-Z]                  3. During rhe period June 1985 to March          junction with the unofficial “home-away-            the date the I S-day appeal period expires or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  members, the Committee on Infracrions will
     9. During Ihe fall of 1984, a former assist-    1986, while recruiting a prospective student-       from-home”program.       [NCAA Constitution         the date rhe university notifies the executive
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  submit an expanded mfracrions report to
 ant football coach arranged for a student-          athlete, members of the university’ football
                                                                                          s               3~QH5)l                                            dlrecror chat it will not appeal 10 the NCAA
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  the members of the Council who will con-
 athlete to receive one-way transportation      by   coaching staff made in-person, off-campus               7. On at least one occa~lon during the fall     Council, whichever 1s earlier, or the date
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  sider the appeal. This report will include
                                       s
 private aircraft from the university’ campus        recruiting con1ac1s with the young man,              of 1984, a representarive of the universityS       established by Council action as a result of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  addltmnal mformation       in accordance with
 to the young man’ home for the funeral of
                      s                              even though such contacts were not permis-           athletic% interests entertained two student-       an appeal by the university to the Council, it
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Se&on 6 of the Official Procedure Govern-
  his mother. Specifically, the coach contacted      sible at that time and exceeded the permissi-        arhletes for meals at a restaurant in Austin.      bemg understood that should any of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ing the NCAA Enforcement Program, and a
                                      s
  a representative of the university’ athletics      ble number of such contacts m the sport of           [NCAA Constitution 3-l-(g)-(S)]                    penalties in this case be set aside for any
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  copy ~111 be provided prior to the institu-
  interests and asked him to transport the           football under NCAA legislation. [NCAA                  8 On December 12,1986, arepresentative           reason orher rhan by approprmte action of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  t~on’ hearing.
  young man home, and finally, the represenr-        Bylaws ]-2-(a)-(l)-(i)    and I&Z-(a)-(3)]                             s
                                                                                                          of the university’ athletics interests provided    the Association, the penalrles shall be recon-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Also, the Committee on lnfracrions wishes
  ative did provide the transponarion.       Also,      4.During the period December 1984 to              a student-athlete $20 cash m order for the          sidered by the Committee on Infractions.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  to advIse the university that when the penal-
  prior to the young man’ trip, a former
                               s                     March 1985, while recruiting a prospective           young man to travel between the university’   s         If the remedial and correctlvc actions
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ties and corrective actions, as determined by
  graduate assistant football coach, who was         student-athlete,    a former assistant football                                       s
                                                                                                          campus and the young man’ home town;                proposed by President Cunningham            (as
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  the committee or Council subcommittee,
  the young man’ high school football coach,
                   s                                 coach contacted the young man in person on           further, approximately four weeks later, ttns       ldentiflcd m Part I of this report) are fully
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  become effective, the university shall take
  gave turn 6150 cash. [NCAA Constitution 3-         at least five occasions at the young man’       s    money was repaid by the young man.                                               s
                                                                                                                                                              Implemented, the university’ probationary
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  every precaution to ensure that their terms
  I-(.&(5)1                                          educational institution     [NCAA Bylaw I-2-         [NCAA Constitution 3-1-(g)-(S)]                     period will be reduced to one year In this
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  are observed. Further, the committee intends
     B.Other vlola&na of NCAA legislation.            (+(i)]                                                                    s
                                                                                                             9.The university’ certificallon      of com-     regard, it LYrequested that prior 10 Sepcem-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  to monitor the penalhes during their effective
     l.During    the period December 1980 to             5 Durmg Ihe summer of 1983. prior 10             pliance forms for the 10X3-X4, 1984-85,             ber IS. 19X7. the mshtucion submit a wrltlen
                                                                                                                                                              report to rhe Committee        on Infractions       periods, and any action contrary to the
  January 1985, several members of the foot-          the enrollment of a prospecrive student-             19X5-86 and 1986-87 academrc years were
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  terms of any of the penalties shall be consid-
  ball coachmg staff arranged for several             athlete, a former assistant football coach          erroneous because rhe former recruiting             indicating whether the actions recommended
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ered grounds for extending the university’   s
  student-athletes    to use automobder ar no         provided the young man round-trip      auto-        coordinator     (current assistant director of      by President Cunningham have been Imple-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  probationary     period, as well as to consider
  cost to the young men in order to provide           mot& transportalion between the prospect’  s        achlecics), a former assistant foothall coach        mented fully, and that prior to June 1, 1988.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  imposing more severe sanctions in the case.]
  local transportarlon for prospective student-       home and the office of a representative of          (present head coach), a present assistant           the umversiry submit a wrItten report of the
  athletes during rhe prospects’ official pald        the umverslty’s athletics interests, a roral        football coach and one or more of three                                      s
                                                                                                                                                               status of the president’ corrective actions         NCAA   COMMITTEEON          INFRACTIONS
    16    THE NCAA NEWS/June 24,1987



    Proposed
    Continuedfrom page I                         numbers of students of each sex            dation opinion asserts that adoption           In Division   II, no change at all       sports disproportionately. They sim-
    by-sport basis. It solicited informa-                                          s
                                                 participating in the institution’ in-      of the proposals would cause insti-          would occur ~ both before and after        ply reduce, on a nearly pro rata
    tion from the chairs of all NCAA             tercollegiate athletics program.           tutions to deny women the “propor-           adoption of the proposed reduc-            basis, the ceilings within which in-
    sports committees, contacted se-                Equal Protection. The Equal Pro-        tional share of scholarships justified                        s
                                                                                                                                         tions, women’ sports would receive         stitutions are free to allocate grants
    lected institutions     to determine         tection Clause of the 14th Amend-          by their participation.”                     38.2 percent of the combined total         as they consider necessary and ap-
    numbers of awards currently out-             ment applies to states and to other            This claim is based on the falla-        of the maximum awards authorized.          propriate. Within these limits, insti-
    standing and met with representa-            entities whose activities constitute       cious assumptions that (I) the pro-          In Division I-AA, a reduction of           tutions can, and presumably do,
    tives of 17 coaches associations.            state action. Thus, ordinarily, public     posed changes typically dispropor-           three-tenths of one percent would          allocate actual awards consistent
       Among the factors the committee           colleges and universities are subject      tionately cut the awards limitations                           s
                                                                                                                                         occur. Women’ sports would receive         with their legal and constitutional
    considered in formulating its rec-           to the Equal Protection Clause,            in women’ sports, and (2) reduc-
                                                                                                          s                              37.7 percent of the combined total         obligations.
    ommendations were the desire to              while private colleges and universi-       tions in maximum awards limita-              after the reductions, as compared to       Summary
.   achieve institutional cost savings;          ties are not.                              tions are directly equivalent to             38.0 percent before the reductions.            In summary, the proposals would
    the importance of maintaining edu-              The Equal Protection Clause pro-        reductions in (a) the actual numbers              In Division     I-A, the greatest     merely reduce the existing maxi-
    cational and athletics opportunities         hibits entities to which it applies        of financial aid awards granted and          change would occur ~ one percent-          mum numbers of awards that may
    for student-athletes; the need to            from treating similarly situated per-      (b) member institutions’ overall al-         age point. Before the reductions,          be in effect in particular sports at
    permit an institution, if it chooses,        sons differently withoutjustification.     locations of financial aid funds.                      s
                                                                                                                                         women’ sports receive 35.5 percent         any one time. NCAA member insti-
    to be able to field a quality team and       In order for “gender-based”classifi-           In fact, the NCAA rules that             of the combined total of the sport-        tutions would remain free to allocate
    to compete for a national cham-              cations to withstand equal-protec-         would be amended by the Presidents           by-sport maximums. After the re-           their financial aid funds as they see
    pionship against established teams           tion scrutiny, they must serve             Commission proposals simply pre-             ductions, they would receive 34.5          fit within these limits. The combined
    in that sport, and the importance of         important governmental objectives,         scribe the maximum numbers of                percent. These changes would have          result of the proposed reductions
    preserving adequate and compara-             and the discriminatory means em-           awards that may be in effect in              no meaningful impact on the ability        would be an overall allocation of
    ble intercollegiate athletics oppor-         ployed must be substantially related       particular sports at any one time. In        of a member institution to allocate        the maximum limits between men’          s
    tunities for men and women.                  to the achievement of those objec-         most sports, they do not determine           its total financial aid budget pro-                      s
                                                                                                                                                                                    and women’ sports that is essen-
        No reductions were proposed in           tives.                                     the actual numbers of financial aid          portionately to its male-female par-       tially the same as the current alloca-
    the two men’ sports-Division
                    s                      I     No violation                               awards granted by member institu-            ticipation ratio.                          tion.     Women’  s     sports     would
                          s
    football and men’ basketball-                                            s
                                                    According to a Women’ Sports            tions.                                            Second, after the proposed re-        continue to be allotted combined
     that, at the highest level, generate        Foundation fact sheet, the Presi-              Sample polling by the special            ductions in all divisions, the com-                                       s
                                                                                                                                                                                    limits that exceed women’ partici-
    revenues to cover not only their own         dents Commission proposals “raise          committee of NCAA             Division I     bined total of awards permitted in         pation levels on a national basis.
    costs, but also those of other pro-          serious potential legal problems for       institutions with nationally success-                  s
                                                                                                                                         women’ sports would continue to                Thus, there is no conflict between
    grams. The awards limitations for            NCAA member institutions under             ful programs indicates that, except          exceed the national level of partici-      Title IX, which requires that the
    the two most prominent women’         s      both the Equal Protection Clause           for football and basketball, most            pation by women in intercollegiate         aggregate amounts of aid awarded
     sports on a national basis ~~Division       and Title IX.       ” The National         institutions do not grant the maxi-           athletics. According to the Council       to male and female student-athletes
     1 basketball and volleyball~also            Women’ Law Center makes the
                                                         s                                   mum number of awards permitted               of Collegiate Women Athletics Ad-          be proportionate to participation,
     were not cut.                               same claim in a position paper. A          in all sports. Even in the sports they        ministrators, women constitute 3 1.9       and the proposed awards limitation
        When combined, the various               legal opinion on the issue prepared        emphasize, many institutions award            percent of college athletes. After the     reductions, which simply would re-
     sport-by-sport reductions in maxi-                          s
                                                 for the Women’ Sports Foundation            only a portion (for example, 60 to           proposed       reductions,   women’ s      duce the maximum            permissible
      mum awards limitations proposed            concludes that the Presidents Com-         75 percent) of the maximum per-               sports would receive 34.5 percent,         numbers of awards by sport. Nor is
     by the Presidents Commission                mission proposals “could leave              missible number and still field suc-         37.7 percent and 38.2 percent of the       any equal-protection issue raised,
     would result in the following overall       member institutions open to legal          cessful teams. Thus, reductions in            awards permitted by NCAA rules             because the changes would not re-
     changes in the current limits:              action under equal protection and/         the NCAA maximum limits do not                in Divisions I-A, I-AA and II, re-         quire member institutions to reduce
                                                                                            directly translate into actual reduc-         spectively. Thus, member institu-          disproportionately     the financial aid
                            Current                Proposed             Proposed             tions in the numbers of awards that          tions would continue         to have       they award to female student-ath-
                             Limit5                  cuts                Limits              student-athletes of each sex receive.        latitude to allocate grants consistent     letes.
                       Men       Women           Men    Women        Men     Women              The maximum awards limitations            with Title IX.
      Div. I-A        245
                       64.5%
                                  135
                                    35.5%
                                                15
                                                 6.1%
                                                          14
                                                          10.4%
                                                                    230
                                                                     65.5%
                                                                              121
                                                                                34.5%
                                                                                             are simply sport-by-sport ceilings
                                                                                            within which individual institutions
                                                                                                                                              Third, under current NCAA
                                                                                                                                          rules, men’ sports arc allotted 64.5
                                                                                                                                                      s                             Commission
      Div. I-AA       220         135           20        14        200       121            must allocate actual awards. The             percent, 62.0 percent and 61.8 per-
                                                                                                                                                                                    Continuedfrom page I
                       62.0%        38.0%        9.1%     10.4%      62.3%      37.7%        numbers of awards in fact granted            cent of the combined total of awards
                                                                                             to men and women depend on a                 authorized in Divisions I-A, I-AA         will be Thomas A. Bond, president,
      Div. II         178         110           23        14        155        96                                                                                                   Clarion University of Pennsylvania,
                       6 I .X% 382%             12.9% 12.7%          61.8% 38.2%             wide variety of factors, including           and II, respectively ~~substantially
                                                                                             among others the sports offered by           less than men’ percentage of partic-
                                                                                                                                                           s                        and Del D. Weber, chancellor, Uni-
       As can be seen, the combined              or Title IX.”                               the institution concerned; the degree        ipation in intercollegiate athletics      versity of Nebraska, Omaha.
    maximum limits in men’ sports
                               s                    More specifically, regarding Title       of emphasis it places on particular          (68.1 percent of intercollegiate ath-         William A. Kinnison, president,
    would be reduced by a greater                IX, the Women’ Sports Foundation
                                                                  s                          sports, and, importantly, its obliga-        letes are male, according to the          Wittcnbcrg      University, and Jack
    number of awards (58) than would             legal opinion states that:                  tion under Title IX to allocate ti-          Council of Collegiate Women Ath-          Stark, president of Claremont
               s
    the women’ sports’limits (42). How-             “The proposed reduction in scho-         nancial aid funds in proportion to           letics Administrators).                   McKenna         College    (Claremont
    ever, in Division I, the percentage          larships is larger for women than           men’ and women’ levels of partic-
                                                                                                   s               s                                                                McKenna-Harvey          Mudd-Scripps
                                                                                                                                              Thus, if the maximum awards
    reductions in the combined maxi-             men. In Division 1-A for example,           ipation in its intercollegiate athletics                                               Colleges consortium), will represent
                                                                                                                                          limitations determined actual allo-
    mums would be greater for women’  s          6.5 percent of grants to male athletes      program.                                                                               Division 111.
                                                                                                                                          cation of financial aid by sex, they
    sports than for men’ s                       are proposed to be cut, whereas                Once it is recognized that the                                                          “This will be the second time that
                                                                                                                                          currently would be causing institu
                                                  10.4 percent of grants to female           proposed reductions in maximum                                                         an appreciable number of Commis-
    Title IX and equal protec-                                                                                                            tions to discriminate against men in
                                                 athletes are proposed to be cut.            limits do not directly translate into                                                  sion members will have to be re-
                                                                                                                                          awarding grants. In fact, according
    tion                                         Although each member institution            cuts in actual awards, it is apparent        to the Women’ Sports Foundation,
                                                                                                                                                            s
                                                                                                                                                                                    placed,” Slaughter said. “In fact,
        Title IX. Title IX prohibits dis-        has its own combination of sports           that relatively small differences in                                                   eight of the I1 whose terms expire
                                                                                                                                          on a national basis, institutions
    crimination on the basis of sex in           and scholarships so that it is difficult    the percentages by which the maxi-                                                     in January must be replaced--three
                                                                                                                                          award 68 percent of athletics fman-
    Federally assisted education pro-            to predict with specificity the effect      mum limits would be reduced do                                                         each in Divisions 1 and III and two
                                                                                                                                          cial aid to men. Thus, the actual
    grams or activities. In Grove City           of these reductions on a particular         not show that the proposed reduc-                                                      in Division II.”
                                                                                                                                           allocations is consistent with the
    College vs. Bell, the Supreme Court          program, the adverse impact on              tions could cause institutions         to                                                  The Commission was established
                                                                                                                                           requirements of Title 1X, not with
    held that a higher education institu-        women is clear. Women would not             violate Title IX. The Presidents                                                       in 1984, and chief executive offtcers
                                                                                                                                          the percentage split of NCAA max-
    tion that receives Federal student           enjoy even the proportional share           Commission proposals would sim-                                                        initially appointed to serve one- or
                                                                                                                                           imum awards limits between men’      s
    financial     aid, either directly or        of scholarships justified by their          ply reduce the sport-by-sport ceil-                                                    two-year terms were eligible for
                                                                                                                                                        s
                                                                                                                                           and women’ sports.
    through its students, is a recipient of      participation and required by (the          ings within which institutions must                                                    reelection to a full term. The re-
                                                                                                                                              Not only would the proposed           placements in January 1988 will be
    Federal aid for purposes of Title IX.        athletics scholarship section of the        achieve an OVerdll allocation of aid         reductions not cause member insti-        for those Commission members who
    The Court further held that, in such         Title IX regulation), let alone the         that is proportionate to participa-          tutions to violate Title IX, they also    have served four years.
    circumstances, the program or ac-            equal opportunity required by (the          tion.                                        would not cause any constitutional            “This summer, we will invite the
    tivity subject to Title IX is the            athletics provision of the regulation)          No NCAA rule can override this           violation. No judicial cqual-protec-      chief executive officers of all NCAA
    institution’s student financial aid          and the plain language of the stat          proportionality      requirement. The        tion decision of which we are aware       member institutions to submit nom-
    program. Thus, if athletically related       ute.”                                       Title IX regulation expressly pro-           suggests a constitutional standard        inations for those vacancies,” Slaugh-
    ftnancial aid is determined to be               These statements are misleading          vides that the “obligation to comply         with respect to the awarding of the       ter said. “Any nominations received
    part of an institution’ student fi-
                             s                    and invalid for the following rea-         with this part is not obviated or             athletics financial aid other than       will be available to the nominating
    nancial aid program, any institution          sons. In awarding athletics financial      alleviated by any rule or regulation         that mandated by the Title IX regu-       committee, which will meet in con-
    that receives Federal student aid             aid, the legal standard that an insti-     of any organization.”                         lation. The claim that the Presidents                                     s
                                                                                                                                                                                    junction with the Commission’ Sep-
    funds must satisfy the requirements           tution must satisfy to accord equal-
    of the athletics scholarship provision        ity of opportunity under Title IX is
                                                                                            Other considerations                           Commission proposals may cause           tember 29-30 meeting to complete
                                                                                               Other considerations also show              NCAA member institutions to vio-
    of the Title IX regulation.                   the proportionality test. If one third                                                                                            its slate.”
                                                                                            that the proposed reductions would             late the Equal Protection Clause is          The vacancies and the call for
        The scholarship provision re-             of its student-athletes are female,
                                                                                            not cause member institutions to               based on the premise that institu-        nominations will appear in the July
    quires any recipient of Federal fi-           substantially the same percentage
                                                                                            violate Title IX. First, as shown              tions would implement the proposed        22 issue of The NCAA News.
    nancial assistance that awards                of all athletics financial aid awarded
                                                                                            below, adoption of the proposed                changes in a manner that discrimi-           The slate developed by the com-
    athletics scholarships or grants-in-          must go to women. This is true, for
                                                                                            reductions would result in virtually           nates against women. For the rea-         mittee will be submitted late this
    aid to “provide reasonable opportu-           each institution, whether or not the
                                                                                            no change in the overall percentages           sons set forth above, the proposals       year to the CEOs of all active
    nities for such awards for members            currently proposed cuts are adopted.
                                                                                            of awards currently permitted for              do not require member institutions
    of each sex in proportion to the                  In order for adoption of the Pres-                                                                                             member institutions in a mail ballot,
                                                                                            men’ and women’ sports:
                                                                                                  s           s                             to cut actual awards in women’      s
    number of students of each sex                idents Commission         proposals to                                                                                             with each CEO voting for candi-
     participating in    intercollegiate ath-     expose NCAA member institutions                                                                                                    dates in his or her own NCAA
                                                                                                                     Current Maximum                  Proposed Maximum               membership division. The nine Di-
     letics.” Compliance with this stan-          to any potential Title IX liability, it
                                                                                                                       Awards Limits                     Awards Limits
    dard is measured by calculating                would have to cause them to fail to                                                                                               vision I-A conferences are permitted
                                                                                                                     % Men     % Women                % Men      70 Women
    whether an institution’ overall allo-
                             s                     allocate their overall financial aid                                                                                              to select their own representatives.
                                                                                               Division I-A          64.5%        35.5%                65.5%       34.5%
    cation of athletics financial assist-          budgets in accordance with the pro-                                                                                                   Results of the election will be
                                                                                               Division I-AA         62.0%        38.0%                62.3%       37.7%
     ance to male and female students is           portionality standard. Recognizing                                                                                                announced during the 1988 annual
                                                                                               Division II           61.8%        38.2%                61.8%       38.2%
     substantially proportionate to the            this fact, the Women’ Sports Foun-
                                                                          s                                                                                                          Convention in Nashville.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             THE NCAA NEWS/June 241987                  17




Watts paces favored Cowboys to men’ golf title
                                  s
     Favored Oklahoma State, paced          went on to lead the Cougars to 15                      South Fla.. 75-73-76-71-295: 22. (tie) Tommy
 by individual       champion     Brian                                                            lolles, Georgia, 73-73-76-74 -296: Craigen
                                            more.
                                                                                                  Pappas. Ohio St., 79-73-71-73 --296; Craig
  Watts, overcame a shaky final round                          Team resulls                        Perks. Oklahoma, 71-76-75-74-296,            Doug
 June 13 to win its sixth NCAA                  1. Oklahoma St.. 298-289-285-288- 1,160,          Wherry, IJI~EP, 73-73-73-77 ~~ 296, and Steve
 Division I Men’ Golf Champion-
                   s                        2. Wahc Forest, 297-290-306-283          1,176: 3.    Stricker. Illinois. 76-72-73-75 -296.
                                            Oklahoma, 291~299~296~2Yl~~ 1.177: 4. Ohm                 27 (tie) Greg Cesarw, Arizona St.. 75-74-
 ships team title by 16 strokes over        St., 301-296-294-294-m I,IKS; 5. Houston Bapm         73-75 -297; John Daly. Arkanras, 79-73-73-
 defending champion Wake Forest.            tist, 291~304~302~289 1,186. 6. Arkansas,             72 297, David Sutherland, Fresno St .75-76-
    The Cowboys tumbled to a seven-         304-290-297-296-m 1,1X7: 7 FlorIda St., 304           71-75-297:       Mat1 Peterwn, Georgia, 73-77-
                                            299-300-288       1,191, X. North Care .296~306-      69-7X-297: Doug Martm, Oklahoma, 76-7X-
 over-par team score after nine holes                                                             71-72 -297; John Kennaday, San Jose St., 74-
                                            2Y7-295- 1.194: 9. Frcuw St., 301&303~290~
 in the final round and found them-         301 1,195; IO. Houston. 303-295-305-293               76-72-75-297.       and Paul Dletsche, San Jose
 selves tied with Oklahoma.         But      I. 196: I I. Clemson, 306-297-296-298 ~ I. 197:      St.. 74-76-74-73      297. 34. Kevin Sutherland,
                                            I2 (tie) San JoceSt., 304-304-295-296- 1,199.         Yresno St.. 75-77-72-74 -298.35. (tic) Robert
 Watts, who fired a final-round,                                                                  Gamcc, Arizona, 75~70~76~78~299; Robert
                                            and U TEP. 294-305-302-298- 1.199. 14. Itie)
 course-record 66, rallied the Cow-                                                               Maxfield.      Flortda St., 77-72-7X-72--299:
 boys over the last nine holes to                                                                 Chuck Crawford. Kent SC., 72-75-74-78-299;
                                                                                                  Keir Smith, San Jore SC., 78-76-73-72-299.
 outdistance Oklahoma, which tin-                                                                 and Kevm Gal, IJTEP, 73-SO-77-69-p299; 40.
 ished one stroke behind runner-up                                                                (tie) Glenn Joyner, Houston Bapttst, 69-83-76-
 Wake Forest.                                                                                     72-300; Greg Lesher, Louislana St., 73-73-
                                                                                                  81-73~300; Anthony Adams, Ohm St., 76-77-
    “They were the favorites going in,                                                            73-74-300;       Todd Hamilton, Oklahoma, 75-
 and they were able to uphold their                                                               74-80-71 -300. and Eoghan O’        Connell, Wake
reputation,” Wake Forest’ Barrys           Brigham Young. 304-308-296-292    1,200, and           Forest, 80-73-75-72- 300; 45. (tie) Mike Sprin-
                                           Louisiana St.. 300-299-31 l-290  1,200; 16.           ger, Arizona, 77-77-76-71          301; Tom Stan-
 Fabyan, who tied for second place,        Arwona St., 297~307~295~303~~~   1,202; 17.           kowski, Arizona St., 75-79-71-76-301:          Chris
said. “One of the toughest things is       South Fla., 304~301~303~296~ 1,204; IS. Arr-           DiMarco. Florida. 77-72-74-78-301,           Nacho
to win when you’ supposed to
                       re                  zona, 307m298m297m306&1,208; 19. Texar                ciervan. Georgia Tech, 77-77-74-73-301;
                                           A&M, 302m308m296-303G 1,209: 20. Texas,               DavidToms. Louisiana%, 77-75-78~71~301;
win.”                                      305-296-309-300-m 1.210; 21 UCLA, 300-301-            Ted Tryba,OhioSt., 71-77-77-76-301; Randy
    Watts won the individual title         304-301 1,213; 22. Georgia Tech. 302-310-             Wylie, Texas A&M, 75-76-71-79             301, Kevin               Michael Bradley                                         Man      Wetis
with an eight-under-par 280 on Ohio        29X-304 1,214.                                        Leach, UCLA, 79-73-74-75- -3Ol:Tlm Straub,
                                                                                                 Wake Forer~, 74-77-80~70~301. and Pat Wet-             75-7X-305:     Roger Winchester, Florida St.          309: Jim Sowerwme, North Care., 75-76-78-
       s
 State’ 7,104-yard, par-72 Scarlet                          Indl*ldwl   results                                                                         77-79-75-74 -305; John Parsons. Hartford.
                                                                                                 shan. IJC San Dq:o, 75-71&79-76-301                                                                         80-309, and Pete Brennan. North Caro., 80-
Course to edge Fabyan, who helped              I. Brian Watts. Oklahoma St.. 74-7l-69-               55 (tie) Eduardo Herrera, Brigham Young.           75-78-73-79     305, Steve Sear. Southern Cal.       79-74-76 ~~ 309
rally the Demon Deacons past the           66-280,2. (tie) Nolan Henke, Florida St ,72-          78-77-75-72 -~-302: Ttm I.ouctalot. Fresno St.,        76-74-76-79     305. Neal Hickerson.         rexas      102. (tie) Drew Hartt, San Jose St.. SO-76-
Cowboys in last year’ final round,
                          s                73-72-69-286,        and Barry Fahyan. Wake           79-75-73.75& 302; John Kienle. New Mexico,             A&M. 76-76-77-76         305. and John Hayes,        7X-76-m310: Todd Franks, Texas. 77m69m79-
                                           Forest, 76-6X-73-69- 2X6; 4 Michael Bradley.          7X-76-72-76- 302, and Grant Waite. Okla-                U&P, 79-77-74-75-305;         X2 (tie) Larry %I-    85 310, and Brooks Klem, IJTEP, 76-79-7X-
                       s
and Florida State’ Nolan Henke             Oklahoma St., 74-72-69-73--288;           5. Greg     homa, 75-76-77-74        302.59. (tie) Bill Mayfair,   veira, Arizona, 74-7Y-7&79-306. Brent Frank-         77 310, 105. (tie) Ron Ewmg, Fresno St., 76-
by six strokes.                            Parker. North Care., 73-75-73-68           289, 6.    Arizona St. 72-79-74-78           303, John Sadie,     Irn, Brigham Young, 80~79~75~72~306. and             X1-74-X0 311, Gene Holland, North Care.,
    Oklahoma State either has won          (tie) Chris Little, Arkansas, 75-7 l-74-70     290;   Arkansas, 76~74~74~79~~303; Sean Pappas,               .Jamlc Gomcz, Houston, 80~75~77~74~306:              74-X-77-79      31 I, Mike Foster. San .Jose St.,
                                           Cohn Montgomerie. Houston Baptq 74-74-                Arkansas, 75-73-78-77          303; Bill McDonald,     85. (tic) Jon Bakrr, Brigham Young, 76-7X-74-        7X-7X-76-79 31 I, Earl Biggett. South Fla.,
or placed second in 12 of the last 13      72-70-290, and rim Fleming, Oklahoma St..             Georgia tech, 75-76-75-77          303, Zoran Zor-     79 307, Tom Krystyn, Florida St., X4-75-75-          79-7X-79-75 3 I I, David Rhorer, IJCLA, 7X-
championships.        In addition     to   73-72-74-71-290:        9 (tie) Kevin Johnson,        klc, Houston, 76-69~XO~7X~303: Jeff Wagner,            73 307: Alex Espinosa, Houston Baptist. 74-          78~77~78~31 I, and Tony Mollica,           Wake
Watts, the Cowboys’ Michael Brad-          Clemson, 77~73~72~69~291: Robert Huxtahle.            Houston Baptist, 74-77-76-76-303, and Brian            79-83-71 307; Denms Harrington. Ohio St.,            Forest, 77-76-79-79 ~~3 I I, 1 I I. (tic) Eric
                                           Ohio St., 75~70~74~72~291; Glen Day, Okla-            Nelson. Texas, 75-79-75-74-303; 66 (tie) Jeff          X0-76-76-75 307: Rrandt Jobt, UCLA, 75-              Mceks, Arizona. X1-79-74-78 312, Mickie
ley and Tim Fleming turned in tine         homa, 70-73-73-75 ~ 291, and Bob Estes, Iexas,        Barlow, Arkansas, 78-73~76~77~304: Chrrs               79-75-78 307, and Bobby Lasken, UCLA,                Gallagher, Houston. 73-82-R I-76 3 12, Brian
performances.        Bradley finished      76-7l-75-69% 291, 13. (tic) Steve Schneiter,          Patton, Clemson, 78-75-74-77--304; Ken Col&            71-79-80-77     307, 91. (tic) Brad Clark, Clew      Montgomery, Oklahoma St., 77-78-79-78-
fourth with an even-par 288, and           BrIgham Young, 70-74-76-72 292; Tray ‘       Iyner,   lins, Fresno St.. 75-75-77-77 304, John Wade.          son. X2-75-77-74- 308, Charlie Rymer, Georgia        3 12, and Randy Lee, Iexar A&M, 82-78-75-
                                           Houston, 78-73-72-69 292, and John Lind-              Houston, 76-7X-76-74 304: E. J. Pfistcr, Oklam         lech. 74-82-74-78 -30X; Jan Pcderwn, Houa-           77 312; I IS. (tic) Bruce Brockhank. Brtgham
Fleming finished in a four-way tie                                                               homn St.. 79-74-73-7X 304: Roy Mackenzie,              ton Baptirt. 77-74-7X-79 308:Tumm~e Mudd,            Young, 85-81-72-76 -314; Kyle (‘   oody, Texas,
                                           hug, Colorado, 74-77-73-68           292, 16. Rob
for sixth at two-over-par 290.             McNamara. I.ouis;ana St.. 73-74-74-72          293,   Tcnu A&M, 76-7X-73-77 304, Gary Gilchrist,             Louisiana St ,77-77-80-74       308. Junmy Mar-      7X-77-X0-79 314, and Brad Agee. Texac, 77-
    The 90th annual championships          I7 (tie) Dean Hien, South Fla., 74-74-74-             Texas h&M. 75-79-77-73- 304, and Richard               ris, South l-la , 76-SO-74-7R 308, and Jason         79-X0-7X 314, 118. Tom Kirby. South Fla.,
                                           72 294, and Len Matrtace, Wake Forest, 70-            Greenwood, IJCLA, 76-71-78-79 304.                     Nishimoto. lJTEP. 72-76-79-81 308.97. (tic)          Xl~76~Xl~79- 317; 119. David Beck. Florida
were the last for the retiring Dave                                                                                                                                                             309, Chris
                                           73-79-72 294; 19. (tlr) Dudley Hart, Florida,             74. (tie) Aaron Meets, Arwona, X1-72-73-           Ho Beard, Clemson. 76-74-75-84                       St .7X-X0-Rfl-80 ~ 3 18; 129. Joe Bendetti, An-
Williams, who led Houston to its           72-72-78-73 295; Jrrhn Hughes, North Care.,           79-305; Jim Strickland. Arrrvna St.. 75-76-            Cupit. Georgia Tech, 76-77-76-X0 309, MI-            zona St, X4-7R-84-7Smm    321, 121. Jay Nichuls.
first team title at Scarlet in 1956 and    74-76-73-72       295, and Mark Turlington,           77-77-305:       .Jason Grlfflth, Clemson, 75-77m      ihael l-inney. Louwana St.. 78-77-79-75              Georgia Tech. dlrqualificd.




@estions/Answers                                                                                 Expanded championship field sought
                                                                                                    The Division II Women’ Basket-
                                                                                                                            s                           participating teams. lf this recom-                  ley Conference, Missouri Intercol-
                                                                                                 ball Committee will recommend                          mendation is not approved, the                       legiate Athletic Association, New
Readers are invited to submit questions to this column. Pleaye direct any                        that the championship field be ex-                     committee recommends that the                        England Collegiate Conference,
inquiries to i%e NCAA News at the NCAA national office.                                          panded to 32 teams and that the                        squad size be reduced from 16 to 12.                 North Central Intercollegiate Ath-
                                                                                                 semifinal and final games be played                       The committee also is recom-                      letic Conference Northeast-Eight
                                                                                                 at an on-campus site in 1988.                          mending 13 conferences for auto-                      Conference, Northern California
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Athletic Conference, Pennsylvania
Q                                                                                                   The committee met in Orlando,                       matic qualification     to the 1988
       Who is allowed to vote at an NCAA                     ?
                                                   Convention’                                   Florida, May 26-28.                                    tournament. They are the California                  State Athletic    Conference     and
                                                                                                    The expansion of the field would                    Collegiate Athletic Association, Cen-                Southern Intercollegiate    Athletic
                                                                                                 give an additional eight teams the                     tral Intercollegiate Athletic Associ-                Conference.
A       The NCAA operates on a one-member, one-vote concept. Each
active member institution and each qualified voting conference has one
                                                                                                 opportunity to compete in the cham-
                                                                                                 pionship. The tournament would
                                                                                                                                                        ation, Continental Divide Confer-
                                                                                                                                                        ence, Empire State Conference, Gulf
                                                                                                                                                                                                                The committee expressed its sup-
                                                                                                                                                                                                             port for continued coverage of the
vote. The chief executive officer (president or chancellor) of each member                       consist of eight regionals composed                    South Conference, Great Lakes Val-                   championship game by ESPN.
institution annually designates the institution’ voting delegate and up to
                                               s                                                 of four teams each, four quarterfinal
three alternates; once they are appropriately appointed, any one of them
may cast the vote. For a conference, the chief operating officer (commis-
                                                                                                 games, the semifinals and final. The
                                                                                                 semifinals and final are slated for
                                                                                                                                                        Changes in regional format
                                                                                                 March 25-26 on the campus of one
sioner) or the chief elected officer makes the appointment of voter and
alternates. Affiliated members (such as coaches associations), corresponding                     of the finalists. These games had
                                                                                                 been played in Springfield, Massa-
                                                                                                                                                                         s
                                                                                                                                                        sought for women’ sport
members and nonqualified conferences (generally those sponsoring a single                                                                                   Recommendations for a change                     and fourth would compete at the
sport) do not have voting privileges.                                                            chusetts, in conjunction with the                      in regional competition format and                   other session.
                                                                                                                  s
                                                                                                 Division II Men’ Basketball Cham-                      sites for the 1988 regionals highlight-                  The committee recommended the
   On constitutional issues and those in the “common” bylaws, all members                        pionship.                                              ed the Women’ Gymnastics Com-
                                                                                                                                                                        s                                    following institutions as hosts for
of all membership divisions are allowed to vote. On issues in the “divided”                         The committee also will recom-                      mittee meeting June 16-19 in Cape                    the 1988 regionals April 9: Oregon
bylaws-such      as recruiting, coaching limitations, grant-in-aid limitations,                  mend that transportation      for re-                  Cod, Massachusetts.                                  State University, West; University of
academic requirements-each         division is allowed to vote separately.                       gional competition be funded by                            The committee will recommend                     Oklahoma,      Midwest;   Louisiana
                                                                                                                                                        to the Executive Committee that                      State University, Central; Pennsyl-
Committee plans policy statement on AIDS                                                                                                                regional competition be conducted
                                                                                                                                                        in a two-session format similar to
                                                                                                                                                                                                             vania State University, Northeast,
                                                                                                                                                                                                             and University of Florida, South-
    The Competitive Safeguards and             “We are receiving a growing                       tion to the membership.                                the championships. The first session                 east.
Medical Aspects of Sports Com-              number of inquiries into the risks                      “Our aim is to bring together at                    will begin at 4 p.m., and the second                    The 1988 National Collegiate
mittee will address the possible risks     that intercollegiate athletes are sub-                our February meeting in Kansas
                                                                                                                       ‘1
                                                                                                                                                        session will begin at 7:30 p.m.                               s
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Women’ Gymnastics Champion-
of exposure to acquired immune             jetted to in certain types of activi-                 City the most outstanding scientists                      The teams that are seeded fifth,                  ships will be April 22-23 at the
deficiency syndrome (AIDS) in ath-          ties,” said Dr. James C. Puffer,                     in AIDS research to provide the                        sixth and seventh, plus the seven                    University of Utah. The site for the
letics activities. At its meeting June     committee chair. “Our initial think-                  best information possible.”                            individual all-around competitors,                    1989 championships     will not be
 17-18 in Jackson, Wyoming, the             ing is that the risks are low or even                                                                       would compete at one session. The                                                  s
                                                                                                                                                                                                             recommended until next year’ meet-
                                                                                                    In other action, the committee
committee made plans to hear ex-            nonexistent, but the concern is such                                                                        teams seeded first, second, third                    ing.
                                                                                                 discussed plans to coordinate the
perts on the subject in order to draft      that we think it is important to
                                                                                                 study of mandatory equipment re-
a policy statement for approval by          address the issue and learn all we
                                                                                                 commended by sports committees
the NCAA Council.                          can before making a recommenda-
                                                                                                 with rules-making responsibilities.                             I-A play-off reports premature
NCAA rules given status of law                                                                   The committees would submit such
                                                                                                 recommendations to the competitive
                                                                                                                                                               Reports regarding the details                 Events Committee for review by
   Texas Gov. William P. Cements           beyond the schools and to the indi-                                                                              of a Division I-A football play-                 that committee in August. It
                                                                                                 safeguards committee, which in turn                        off plan that were printed in                    reported the plan in some detail.
has signed into law a bill making it       viduals responsible for the infringe-
                                                                                                 would submit them to equipment                             some newspapers across the nation
a civil offense to violate NCAA            ments.
                                                                                                 manufacturers for standardization.                         late last week were premature.                      The NCAA compliance and
rules. The bill also would hold those
found in violation to be liable for           The new law enables schools and                       The committee also proceeded                               A national news wire service                  enforcement department, which
monetary damages incurred by a             athletics conferences to sue for dam-                 toward its aim of completing a study                       reported that it had obtained a                  provides staffing for the Special
school as a result of sanctions.           ages in the amount of the revenue                     of the medical effects of artificial                       copy of a play-off plan that had                 Events Committee, said no offi-
   Texas is the first state to enact       from ticket sales and television rights               turf. That report is due to be com-                        been formulated by a subcom-                     cial plan has been completed at
legislation that could effectively         that was lost because of sanctions                    pleted in time for review this fall by                     mittee of the NCAA        Special                this time.
shift the ultimate monetary penalty        imposed by the NCAA.                                  the Football Rules Committee.                                                                                                                               I
Golfers named                                                                                                                         SMU alumnus’ lawsuit
to academic                                                                                                                           against NCAA dismissed
all-America                                                                                                                               A Federal district judge dismissed     dismiss     McCormack’  s      lawsuit,
                                                                                                                                      a lawsuit in which a Southern Meth-        NCAA attorneys argued that Mc-
   Nine participants in the NCAA
                                                                                                                                      odist University alumnus claimed           Cormack has no legal right to sue
                  s
Division I Men’ Golf Champion-
                                                                                                                                      the NCAA labeled people associated                        s
                                                                                                                                                                                 on the school’ behalf. The NCAA
ships head the 1987 Wilson/Golf
                                                                                                                                      with SMU as “cheats, outlaws and           also argued that participation        in
Coaches Association of America
                                                                                                                                      criminals” by its investigations into      intercollegiate athletics is not a pro-
NCAA Division I Academic all-
                                                                                                                                                  s
                                                                                                                                      the school’ football program.              tected property interest under law.
America team.
                                                                                                                                          U.S. District Judge Hugh Gibson           In his brief dismissing McCor-
    Participants in the championships
                                                                                                                                      agreed June 18 with the NCAA that                s
                                                                                                                                                                                 mack’ petition; Gibson said the
were Charles Crawford, Kent State;
                                                                                                                                      Galveston attorney and SMU grad-                   s
                                                                                                                                                                                 NCAA’ motion to dismiss the law-
Peter Dannenbaum, Temple; Kevin
                                                                                                                                       uate David R. McCormack failed            suit “is meritorious and should be
Giancola, Central Connecticut; Uly
                                                                                                                                      to make a claim upon which the             g-ranted.”
Grigette, North Carolina State; Den-
                                                                                                                                      court could grant relief.
nis Harrington, Ohio State; Terry
Hertzog, Penn State; Bill Lundeen,                                                                                                        On March 19, McCormack filed           All-Americas               named
Kentucky; Grant Waite, Oklahoma,                                                                                                       a lawsuit seeking $20 million in             Billy Mayfair, the college player
and Jeff Leonard, Tampa. Leonard,                    Dm Edwur&                                    HousttmMn                           damages from the NCAA for al-              of the year from Arizona State, and
the Division 11 national champion,                                                                                                                              s
                                                                                                                                       leged harm to SMU’ academic
                                                                                                                                                                                 NCAA individual champion Brian
                                          nated                                          nis Harrington, Ohio State, senior, 3.330     image and $15 million on behalf of
was honored three weeks ago at the                                                       GPA and 73.8 average; Tom Hearn, Mi-                                                    Watts of Oklahoma State head the
Division II championships.                  Team members are as follows:                                                               the school and its present and former      1987 all-America     collegiate golf
                                                                                         ami (Florida), senior, 3.720 GPA and
                                                                                                                                       students.                                 team announced June 17 by the
    Ten players were honored for the         Matt Ball, Virginia Commonwealth,           75.22 average; Jeff Hellman, Pacific, ju-
second consecutive year. They are         senior, 3.170 grade-point average and          nior, 3.360 GPA and 75.5 average: Terry          The suit was filed after the NCAA      Golf Coaches Association of Amer-
 David Duffy, Army; Harrington,           75.73 stroke average; Fred Benton, Geor-       Hertzog, Penn State, senior, 3.80 GPA        slapped SM U with several penalties,       ica.
Ohio State; Tom Hearn, Miami
                                          gia Southern, junior, 3.240 GPA and            and 76.7 average; Gary Hobgood, Campy        including banning the university              Two other members of 1987 team
                                          76.43 average; Richard Connelly, Notre         bell, senior, 3.100 GPA and 75.26 average;   from playing football in 1987, for
(Florida);     Hertzog, Penn State;       Dame, junior, 3.130 GPA and 77.7 aver-         Jim Knoesel, Missouri, junior, 3.660 GPA                                                champion Oklahoma State, Mike
 Kevin Kozlowski, Ball State; Bertil                                                                                                  violating NCAA rules.                      Bradley and Tim Fleming, made
                                          age; Charles Crawford, Kent Stale, junior,     and 75.7 average; Kevin Kozlowski, Ball
 Marje, Pan American;         Houston     3.3 IO GPA and 74.58 average; Peter Dan-       State, senior, 3.270 GPA and 76.8 average;       McCorrnack claimed the SMU             the nine-player squad. It marked
 Martin, Rice; Eric Rebmann, Ten-         nenbaum, Temple, senior, 3.700 CPA and         Bill Lundeen, Kentucky, 3.580 GPA and        football program, as a money-mak-          the first time three players from the
 nessee; Art Roberson, North Caro-        77.46 average; David Duffy, Army, senior,      73.68 average; Bertil Marje, Pan Ameri-      ing operation, is a property interest      same school made the team.
                                          3.130 GPA and 76 68 average: Donald            can, senior, 3.270 GPA and 77 average;       of the school and is protected by the
lina State, and Waite, Oklahoma.                                                                                                                                                    The rest of the team includes Bob
                                           Edwards, Illinois, junior, 4.950 GPA (5.000   Houston Martin, Rice, senior, 3.500 GPA      U.S. Constitution from seizure with-
    To be nominated, a player must        scale) and 75.6 average; Rohert Brian Gai,     and 76.19 average; John O-Bryan, Jack-                                                  Estes, Texas; Todd Hamilton, Okla-
                                                                                                                                      out due process of law.                    homa; Nolan Henke, Florida State;
 have an overall grade-point average       Richmond, senior, 3.180 GPA and 75.5          sonville, junior, 3.600 GPA and 75.87
 of 3.000 or higher on a 4.000 scale       average; Joe Gay, North Carolina State,       average.                                         He also claims the NCAA inves-         Greg Parker, North Carolina, and
 for his entire collegiate career, be a   junior, 3.360 GPA and 75.5 average; Kevin         Eric Rebmann, Tennessee, senior, 3.150    tigations and penalties devalued the       Larry Silveira, Arizona.
                                           G&cola, Central Connecticut State, ju-        GPA and 73.92 average; Art Roberson,         degrees of former and current stu-            Watts, a junior, is the only re-
junior or senior academically, have                                                      North Carolina State, 3.490 GPA and
                                           nior, 3.050 GPA and 75.16 average; Tim                                                     dents, making them “objects of rid-                                 s
                                                                                                                                                                                 peater from last year’ team. The
 played in 75 percent of his team’    s    Ciger, Northern Illincus, senior, 3.520       75.6 average; Ken Seihold, Bucknell, sen-
 regularly scheduled competitive                                                                                                       icule and scorn instead of pride and      team will be honored at the All-
                                           GPA and 17.4 average.                         ior, 3.600 GPA and 77.8 average; Grant
 rounds and have a stroke average             Uly Grisette, North Carolina State,        Waite, Oklahoma, senior, 3.060 GPA and        respect.”                                 America Collegiate Golf Founda-
 under 78 during the season nomi-         junior, 3.020 GPA and 73.8 average: Den-       73.6 average.                                    In a brief supporting a motion to           s
                                                                                                                                                                                 tion’ 23rd annual dinner July 28.


Girls’ sports participation up fivefold since                                                                                                               70,
                                                                                                                                                            ‘              study shows
                                                                                                                                                                                 .
    Federal law prohibiting sex dis-      33 sports, he said.                            average, one in every 4.52 were              girls in sports programs, followed         soccer, field hockey, and gymnastics.
crimination in schools’ financing of         “it’ because of Title 1X and the
                                                s                                        involved in organized sports.                by New York with 128,234 and                  Ojala said growth of women’       s
sports programs has been a boon to        organization of women’ sports in
                                                                   s                        In lowa, 3.28 of every 4.52 girls         Michigan with 96,722.                      college sports programs also was
girls’ participation     in organized     the last 15 years,” Ojala said. Title          participated-     a rate more than               States showing the lowest per          spurred in the 1970s by the Associ-
sports since 1970, a Michigan re-         IX is a Federal rule that prohibited           three times the national average/.           capita participation were nearly all       ation for Intercollegiate Athletics
searcher says.                            sex discrimination in schools’ fund-              Following Iowa, the states with           in the South, Ojala stid. He said the      for Women, which divided the coun-
    Girls’ participation    has grown     ing of sports programs.                        the highest per capita participation         figures might be misleading, how-          try into regions and districts, making
more than fivefold since 1970, said          “Title IX put more money into               were South Dakota, 2.09 of 4.52;             ever, because of the large numbers         regional and national champion-
Carl Ojala, a geography professor         women’ sports so programs grew
                                                   s                                     Vermont, I .97; Wyoming, 1.95; Ne-           of club sports programs in the             ships possible.
at Eastern Michigan University.           at the college level, and I think the          braska, 1.9 I ; Montana, 1.79; Colo-         South.                                        Ojala said the growth has leveled
    Ojala studied statistics from high    girls’ high school sports kind of              rado, 1.71; Minnesota, 1.71; North                     re
                                                                                                                                          “They’ not reported in the sta-        off since 1984, when the Supreme
school athletics associations in all      rode on the coattails of that,” Ojala          Dakota, 1.69, and Maine, 1.66.               tistics because they’   re not really      Court ruled that Title IX applies
50 states and the District of Colum-      said. “High school girls started say-          Michigan per capita participation            varsity sports,,’ he said.                 only to programs that receive Fed-
bia and found that sports programs        ing, ‘  Hey, look, now with all the            was I .27 of 4.52.                               The most popular girls’ sports         eral money.
for girls “have gone absolutely ber-      scholarships available, we might get              The lowest levels of participation        were unchanged from 1970.                     “Since (the ruling), girls’ sports
serk in their growth.”                    a college scholarship someday,’ and            were in the District of Columbia,                In order of number of girls par-       have been in a state of limbo,,’ he
    In 1970-71, fewer than 300,000        that wasn’ available before.”
                                                      t                                  .29 of 4.52; Alabama, .43, and Mis-          ticipating, they were: basketball,         said. “It has not grown much at all
U.S. high school girls participated           His study of 1984-85 sports par-           sissippi, .44.                               outdoor track and field, volleyball,                        m
                                                                                                                                                                                 and, in fact, I’ not sure if there
in 14 sports; and by 1984, more           ticipation by I4- to 17-year-old girls            In total participation, Ojala said        fast-pitch softball, tennis, cross coun-         t
                                                                                                                                                                                 hasn’ been a slight decline in
than 1.7 million were taking part in      in the United States found that, on            Califomialed the states with 133,921         try track, swimming and diving,            numbers in the last year or so.”

Portion of bowl                           Rifle committee makes changes in scoring
proceeds goes to                             The method of scoring an inner              considered to be intruding into the          either the shooter or range personnel      host for the 1989 or 1990 NCAA
library project                            10 on the smallbore target was al-
                                          tered to include tangent shots when
                                                                                         black) and are to be scored as 10s.”
                                                                                            The committee noted that the
                                                                                                                                      will remove the targets. In the past,
                                                                                                                                      only the shooter could remove the
                                                                                                                                                                                 championships should contact the
                                                                                                                                                                                 championships department at the
   The Pennsylvania State Univer-         the NCAA       Men’ and Women’
                                                             s               s           reason for the rule change was to            targets,                                   NCAA national office.
sity athletics department will donate     Rifle Committee met in Kansas                  allow maximum to the competitor                  In other committee action, the
$200,000 from its Sunkist Fiesta          City June 17-19.                               on an inner-10 shot.                         group voted to survey rifle coaches
Bowl proceeds to the Campaign for            The change, one among several                  In other rules changes, the com-          to determine interest in conducting          Coaches honored
Penn State, a $200 million fund-          minor adjustments made by the                  mittee also noted that inner-scoring         a poll for team and individual rank-            Six baseball coaches ranging
raising effort to enhance academics.      committee, is effective for both               gauges must be viewed from directly          ings three times during the season.          from the high school level
The 5200,000 will go to the Patemo        NCAA championships and regular-                above when gauging a shot, while                                                          through college have been named
                                                                                                                                         The championships-selection pro-
Libraries Endowment Fund.                 season competition.                            the outward-scoring gauge may be                                                          to the American          Baseball
                                                                                                                                      cess was discussed by the committee,
    The total for the Patemo fund            The new ruling (Rule 4-24-b)                viewed from any angle around the                                                          Coaches Association       Hall of
                                                                                                                                      which weighed whether to decrease
now is about 5650,000, and that           states that inner-10 shots are those           gauge.                                                                                    Fame.
                                                                                                                                      team and increase individual allo-
includes gifts totalbng %120,000 from     “touching the 10 dot but not intrud-              It also was determined that while                                                         They will be inducted into the
                                                                                                                                      cations. The committee voted not to
the family of Nittany Lion head           ing into the black of the 8 ring               each shooter is responsible for mark-                                                     hall at the annual banquet Janu-
                                                                                                                                      recommend a change until it could
coach Joseph V. Paterno. The goal         (tangent or touching shots are not             ing and hanging the targets properly,                                                     ary 9 in Atlanta, according to
                                                                                                                                      evaluate the situation again at its
is $1 million.                                                                                                                                                                     Bob Bennett, California State
                                                                                                                                       1988 meeting.
    University President Bryce Jor-
dan said, “Penn State has always
                                          NAIA puts bid from Topeka on hold                                                              As part of the selection process,         University,    Fresnp,   baseball
                                                                                                                                                                                   coach and president of the asso-
                                             The National Association of In-             by Topeka, Kansas.                           the committee        confirmed      that
believed and hopefully        demon-                                                                                                                                               ciation.
                                          tercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has                ‘The NAIA appreciates the in-             coaches can enter only one team
strated that athletics excellence can                                                                                                                                                 The six coaches and their
go hand-in-hand with academic ex-         indirectly decided to keep its con-            terest that Topeka has expressed in          each in smallbore and air rifle com-
                                                                                                                                                                                   schools are Dave Feniss, Delta
cellence, and this is an opportunity                           s
                                          vention and men’ and women’           s        hosting one or more of our annual            petition on its certifiedcompetition
                                                                                                                                                                                   State University; John Reagan,
for us to add support to the Cam-         basketball tournaments in Kansas               March events,” Farris said, “but the         date.
                                                                                                                                                                                   Murray State University; Bill
paign for Penn State with its em-         City, Missouri, for at least another           executive committee felt too many               The committee will request that
                                                                                                                                                                                   Rowe, Southwest Missouri State
phasis on academic enhancement.           year.                                          plans had been made for 1988 to              the Executive Committee approve
                                                                                                                                                                                   University; Demie Mainieri, Mi-
We’ especially pleased that the
     re                                      NAIA Executive Director Jeffer-             change sites now. When the com-              reimbursement of travel expenses
                                                                                                                                                                                   ami-Dade North Community
money will be used for a project          son D. Farris told the Associated              mittee meets again in November to            for the coaches of those teams that
                                                                                                                                                                                   College; Jack Stallings, Georgia
initiated by coach Paterno, whose         Press June 22 that the organization’ s         discuss division of competition, they        qualify for championships competi-
                                                                                                                                                                                   Southern     College, and Ron
football teams have brought signif-       executive committee had moved to               will consider the proposal for 1989.         tion.
                                                                                                                                                                                   Kline, New Trier High School in
icant recognition to the university in    table a bid to host at least one-and              Topeka, Kansas’ state capital, is             Finally, the group noted that            Winnetka, Illinois.
so many ways.”                            possibly’ all-of    the NAIA events            about 70 miles west of Kansas City.          institutions interested in serving as
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Administrative                                                      Committee                                        minutes
  1. Acting for the Council,                      the        a. Acting for the Council:                          field hockey competition as members of the                    (a) Illinois Benedictine College, AAU bas-       Japan, May 22 to June 5, 1987.
                                                             (I) Approved NCAA certification      of the         U.S. national team.                                       ketball competition, including use of facili-             (g) Long Island University/C.W.Post    Cam-
Administrative Committee:
                                                           1987 U.S. Classicgymnastics     mat, May 29-              (6) Granted a waiver of the tryout rule per           ties.                                                pus, baseball team to Holland, May 31 to
    a. Appointed Margie Strait, St. Lawrence
                                                          30, St. Paul, Minnesota.                               Bylaw l-d(c)-(l)     to permit the use of facili-             (b) University of Oklahoma, USGF train-          June 10, 1987.
                           s
University, to the Men’ and Women’ Skiing s
                                                             (2) Granted a waiver per Constitution 3-9-          ties at the University of Oregon for a devel-             ing camp and AAU basketball practice and                                                        s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     (h) Michigan State University. men’ has-
Committee replacing Gail A. Bigglesrone,
                                                          (b)-(4)-(i) to permit student-athletes   from          opmental tennis tournament.                               competition, including use of facilities.            ketball teams to Yugoslavia and Italy, June
University     of New Hampshire,          resigned
                                                          member institutions to participate in has                  (7)Granted waivers of the tryout rule to                  (c)University     of Rochester, recognized        1 l-27, 1987.
from the committee.
                                                          ketball competition as members of the U.S.             permit use of facilities per Bylaw l-c)-(2)               international training program in swimming.               (i)National    Invitation Tournament,    all-
    b. Denied an appeal by the University of
                                                          national team in the 1987 Pan American                 as follows:                                                   (d) University of Southwestern Louisiana,        star basketball team to Spain and France,
South Carolina of a determination that the
                                                          Maccabi Games.                                             (a) University of Oregon, open track meet.            recognized regional and national tennis              May 13 to June 3, 1987
institution will be placed on probation effec-
                                                             (3)Granted waivers per Constitution 3-9-                (b) Stanford University, open fencing ac-             competition.                                              lj) University of North Carolina, Chapel
tive September I, 1987, for a period of one
                                                          (b)44)-(v) as follows:                                 tivities.                                                     (e)U.S.Military     Academy, three recog-                         s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Hill, women’ soccer team to Holland and
year, per Bylaw 10-l-@-(3), noting that the
                                                             (a)To    permit    student-athletes   from              (c)U.S. Air Force Academy, open gym-                  nized regional training programs in rifle.           Germany, May 7-18. 1987.
institution is conducting only six sports for
                                                                                                                 nastics and soccer competition.                               (f)Unive&tyofVermont,        1987 Burlington          (k)University    of Notre Dame, menL has-
women in 1986-87, one less than required by
                                                                                                                     (8)Granted waivers of the tryout rule to              International Games, including use of facil-         ketball team to Yugoslavia and Italy, May
Bylaw 1 l-l-(g)-(l),       and that substantial
                                                                                                                 permit use of facilities per Bylaw la(c)<S)               ities.                                               24 to June 6, 1987.
precedent exists to support the fact that
                                                                                                                 as follows:                                                   (g)Variousmemberinstitutions,       1987 Em-          (1) Pomona-Pitxer Colleges, baseball team
performance criteria for division classifica-
                                                                                                                     (a)Bloomsburg     University of Pennsylva-            pire State Games (New York), including use           to Australia, May 18-31, 1987.
tion must be met by (i.e., in the academic
                                                                                                                nia, high school football practice activities.             of facilities.                                           (I I) Approved       96 summer basketball
year preceding) the effective date of such
                                                                                                                    (b) University of California, Los Angeles,                 (h)Various      member institutions,     1987    leagues (68 for men and 28 for women) per
criteria.
                                                                                                                summer basketball league competition.                      Shamrock Games. including use of facilities.         Constitution 3-94b)41), as reported earlier
    2.Acting for the Executive Committee,
                                                                                                                     (c)Montana State University, high school                                                                   in the News.
the Administrative      Committee:                        member institutions to participate in bas-                                                                          (10) Approved foreign tours per Bylaw 3-
                                                                                                                track meet.
    a. Appointed Prentice Gautt, Bii Eight                ketball competition        in the 1987 Empire                                                                    6-(b) as follows:                                        b. Acting for the Executive Committee:
                                                                                                                    (d)Nonhwestem        State University (Loui-
Conference, and Patricia W. Wall, South-                  State Games (New York).                                                                                             (a) Athletes in Action International, wom-            (1)Granted waivers per Executive Regu-
                                                                                                                siana), high school football practice activi-
eastern Conference, as additional Division                   (b)To     permit     student-athletes      from                                                                   s
                                                                                                                                                                           en’ basketball team to Ecuador, June 23 to           lations I-54b) and(c) to permit Miles College
                                                                                                                ties.
I-A representatives on the Voting Committee               member institutions to participate in has-                                                                       July 17, 1987.                                       and the University of Lowell to be eligible
                                                                                                                    (e) Pepperdine University, AAU women’       s                                                               forchampionships.Tbe        institutions failed to
for the special Convention to facilitate vote-            ketball competition in the 1987 Shamrock                                                                            (b)Bethel     College (Minnesota),      men’s
                                                                                                                basketball practice activities.
counting in the Division I-A business session.            Games.                                                                                                           basketball team to Sweden, August 14-30.             submit institutional     information     forms by
                                                                                                                    @University     of San Francisco, develop              1987.                                                the specified deadline.
    b.Authorixed     the establishment      of the           (4)Gtanted waivers per Constitution 3-9-
                                                                                                                mental basketball league.                                     (c)University   of California, Davis, men’  s        (2) Approved the following recommenda-
50th Anniversary Final Four Foundation as                 (b)-(4)-(vi) as follows:
                                                                                                                    (g)Syracuse University, AAU junior bas-                soccer team to Germany and Spain, July 20                                  s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                tions by the Men’ and Women’ Skiing     s
a self-supporting     entity to coordinate pro-              (a)To permit student-athletes from various
                                                                                                                ketball tournament.                                                                                             Committee:
motion of the SOth Division I Men’ &.&et-
                                        s                 member institutions         to participate     in a                                                              to August 20,1987.
                                                                                                                    (h)Univenity    of Utah, hiih school base-                (d)Cornell     University, women’ soccer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    s              (a)That Middlebury College serve as host
ball Championship; author&d advtmczment                   National     Invitation    Tournament      all-star
                                                          foreign tour.                                         ball competition.                                          team to Iceland, Denmark and Sweden,                                                   s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                institution for the 1988 Men’ and Women’        s
of funds to the foundation to permit hiring
                                                             (b)To permit student-athletes from var-                (i) University of Wisconsin, Madison, pro-             May 30 to June 14, 1987.                             Skiing Championships,        March 9-12.
of a specialist and a secretary to conduct the
                                                          ious member institutions to participatein an          fessional baseball tryouts and local nack                     (e) Eastern Michigan        University, men’s        (b)That    participants    on cross-country
work of the foundation         until it generates
                                                          Athletes in Action all-star foreign tour.             club competition.                                          basketball team to Finland and Sweden,               relay teams who ski in the individual cross-
funds to recover the start-up costs.
    3. Report of actions taken bytheexautive                 (5)Granted a waiver per Constitution 3-9-            (9)Gmnted waivers of the tryout rule to                  August 19-30, 1987.                                  country event also must actually ski on the
director per Constitution       S-l-(g) and S-2-          (c)42)-@)     to permit student-athletes from         permit involvement of staff members per                       (f)University     of Illinois,   Champaign,       relay team except in the case of an illness or
(0                                                        two member institutions         to participate in     Bylaw l-6+)46)   as follows:                                     s                s
                                                                                                                                                                           men’ and women’ gymnastics teams to                  injury verified by the meet physician.



  1. Acting for the Council,                      the                 s
                                                          committee’ Deeember 1986 mating: Mer-                 State Games (New Jersey).                                  as follows:                                          ognized regional and national training       pro-
                                                          rily Dean Baker, Connie J. Claussen, How-                c. Granted waivers per Constitution        3-9-             (I)Centre College, AAU basketball tour-          .pms and competitions.
Administrative Committee:                                                                                       (b)-(4)-(vi) as follows:
    a. Appointed Daniel G. Gibbens, Univer-
                                                          ard Elwell, Royce N. Flippin Jr., Learme                                                                         nament.                                                (3) Miami University (Ohio), Junior Olym-
                                                          Grotke and Judith M. Sweet (chair).                      (1)To permit studmt-athIetesfrom       various              (2)University of Kentucky, summer foot-          pic volleyball tournament, including use of
sity of Oklahoma, to the Nominating Com-
                                                              3. Report of actions taken by the executive       member institutions to participate in two                  ball league.                                         facilities.
mittee replacing John P. Mahlstede, declined
                                                                                                                Northwest Outreach Ministry all-smrforeign                     (3)University   of Minnesota, Twin Cities,          (4) U.S. Military Academy, junior air title
due to pending retirement at Iowa State
                                                                                                                tours.                                                     professional baseball tryout activities.             tournament, including use of facilities.
University.
                                                                                                                   (2)To permit student-athletes from various                  (4)Northem Illinois University, U.S. Gym-           (5)Various      member institutions,  1987
    b.Appointed     Malcolm C. McInnis Jr.,
                                                                                                                member institutions to participate in two                  nastics Federation coaching symposium.               Garden State Games (New Jersey), including
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, to the
                                                                                                                Athletes in Action all-star foreign tours.                     (5)St. Peter’ College, all-star basketball
                                                                                                                                                                                             s                                  use of facilities.
Committee on Competitive Safeguards and
                                                                                                                   (3)To permit   student-athletes from various            game.
Medical Aspezts of Spotts replacing Jeffrey                                                                                                                                                                                        g. Approved per Bylaw 3-6-(b) a foreign
                                                                                                                member institutions        to participate    in a              (6)University     of San Francisco,   high                               s      s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                tour by Yale University’ men’ and women’      s
O’ Connell, University of Virginia, resigned
                                                                                                                                              s
                                                                                                                South New Jersey women’ all-star foreign                   school basketball tournament.
from committee.                                                                                                                                                                                                                 track and field teams to Ireland, May M to
                                                                                                                tour.                                                          (7)Southem Illinois University. Edwards-         June 21, 1987.
    c. Appointed Mamie W. Swift, University               director per Constitution S-l-(g). Acting for
                                                                                                                   (4)To permit student-athletes from various              ville, high school basketball all-star game
of Toledo, to the Women’ Committee on
                             s                            the Council:                                                                                                                                                             h. Approved 26 summer basketball leagues
                                                                                                                member institutions        to participate    in a          and junior college basketball tournament.            (19 for men and seven for women) per
Committees      replacing Diane Lindstrom,                   a. Granted a waiver per Constitution 3-9-
                                                                                                                Wisconsin junior all-star foreign tour.                       f.Granted waivers of the tryout rule to
declined due to pending departure from                    (b)44)+i)     to permit a student-athlete from                                                                                                                        Constitution 3-94b)-(I),   as listed earlier in
University of Wisconsin, Madison.                         a member institution to participate in com-              d. Granted a waiver of the tryout rule per              permit involvement of staff members per              The NCAA News.
    2.Acting for the Executive Committee,                 petition involving Italy’ national team.
                                                                                    s                           Bylaw l-6-(+0-() to permit the use of facili-              Bylaw l&(c)-(6):                                        iGranted     Armstrong   State College a
the Administrative     Committee:                            b. Granted various waivers per Constitu-           ties at Northern Michigan University for a                   (1)University    of Central Florida, 1987          waiver of the three-year classification provi-
    Appointed the following M the Executive               tion 3-9-(b)-(4)+)   to permit student-athletes       USA Wrestling development clinic.                          Sunshine State Games (Florida), including            sion per Bylaw 10-S to permit the institution
Committee Subcommittee to Review Cham-                    from member institutions to participate in               e.Granted waivers of the tryout rule to                 use of facilities.                                   to reclassify its membership from Division I
pionships Awards. as recommended in the                   basketball competition in the 1987 Garden             permit use of facilities per Bylaw l&(c)-(S)                 (2)George Mason University, various rec-           to Division II, effective September 1, 1987.




Legislation                                             and Interpretations                                                                Committee                                         minutes
                                                          time period for progression toward a degree           regular institutional stationery, and                      to continue to receive athletically related          by the committee.
    Acting for the Council, the Legis-
                                                          (e.g., a student involved in an accelerated               d.Tbe questionnaire cannot include in-                 0.1. 600 aid and be an exempted player;                  13.(Division   I) Reviewed a Council-ap-
lation and Interpretations Commit-                                                                              formation designed to serve as a recruiting                asked the Divisions I and II Steering Com-
                                                          academic program) is considered a senior                                                                                                                              proved interpretation that alternate SAT or
tee: -                                                    during the individual’ final academic year
                                                                                s                               brochure.                                                  mittees to review the merits of the develop-         ACT testing dates are permitted for purposes
     1. Approved the following dates for future           of high school, provided the student offtcially           8. (Divisions 1 and II) Approved the fol-              ment of such a proposal,              subject to     of Bylaw 5-14) when the original national
Legislation and Interpretations          Committee        is designated as a senior academically by the         lowing criteria per Bylaw I-2-(b) regarding                consideration of this issue by the Associa-          testing date is canceled due to weather
conference calls during the 1987 year: June               high school.                                          the involvement of a member institution’           s            s
                                                                                                                                                                           tion’ legal counsel.                                 conditions or similar unavoidable circum-
IS, July 9 and July 23, August 6 and 20,                     6. Reviewed 1987 Convention Proposal               student-athletes or athletics representatives                  lO.(Divisions I and II) Reviewed an earlier      stances, provided the alternate dates are
September 3 and 17, October 1 and 22,                     No. 124, which permits member institutions            in leadership tutorial programs (and any                   committee decision (reference: Item No. 7 of         certified by the involved testing service;
November 5 and 19, and December 3 and                     to exempt from counting in the maximum                similar educational programs) designed in                                                      s
                                                                                                                                                                           the minutes of the committee’ March 19,              agreed that this principle would apply to a
17.                                                       number of permissible contests only those             part to improve the probability of prospec-                 1987, conference) indicating that Bylaws I-         situation in which a student-athlete is unable
     2. Reviewed 1987 Convention             Proposal     contests played either against or under the           tive student-athletes’  qualifying     academically        24a)-(6) and l-3 prohibit on- or off-campus          to take such a test for religious reasons, it
No. 88, amending Bylaw l-14b)43),                 and     sponsorship of an active member institution           to receive athletically related grants-in-aid              contacts for evaluations by institutional            being understood that the criteria specified
determined that conference media guides                   located in Alaska. Hawaii or Puerto Rico.             from member institutions:                                  staff members or representatives of an insti-                         s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                in the Council’ interpretation are met.
and brochures would be subject to the one-                                                                          a. A member institution may not serve as                        s
                                                                                                                                                                           tution’ athlettcs interests during the “dead
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    14.(Division 1) Confirmed that for pur-
color-of-printing      restrictions    of Proposal                                                              a sponsor or cosponsor of the program.                     periods” surrounding       the specified cham-       poses of Bylaw 1-9-(a), complimentary          ad-
No. 88.                                                                                                                                                s
                                                                                                                    b. No member of an institution’ coaching               pionship, and agreed that it remains permis-         missions provided to prospective student-
     3. Agreed that a student-athlete should be                                                                 staff may participate in the program.                      sible for an institutional      staff member to      athletes by Division I member institutions
granted a waiver of the residence require-                                                                          c. No representative        of an institution’ s       write or telephone prospective student-ath-          must be issued only through a pass list, thus
ment per Bylaw 5-I-(m)-(5)           when the stu-                                                              athletics interests or enrolled student-athletes           letes during such a “dead period.”                   precluding hard tickets from being issued to
              s
dent-athlete’ four-year institution loses its                                                                   may be involved in the selection of the                        1 l.(Divisions   I and II) Reviewed the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                prospective student-athletes or the student
accreditation, thus discontinuing the accre-                                                                    participants in the program; however, both                 provisions of an earlier interpretation         of                               s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                host during the prospect’ official visit to a
dited academic program of the student-                                                                          representatives       and student-athletes       may       Bylaw 1-24a) [reference: Item No. 14 of the          Division I member institution.
athlete’ major, it being understood that the
          s                                                                                                     serve as bona tide tutors or instructors in the                                           s
                                                                                                                                                                           minutes of the committee’ May 7, 1987,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    IS. (Division I) Reviewed the provisions
loss of accreditation occurs after the student-           prior to publicazon of the 1987 Convention            program,       provided their employment              is   conference] regarding the permissibility of a
                                                                                                                determined through a legitimate, nonpart-                                                                       of 1987 Convention Proposal No. 47, pro-
athlete is enrolled as a full-time student.               Official Notice (November 21, 1986). and                                                                         student-athlete’   s speaking at an athletics
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                hibiting any on- or offcampus          recruiting
     4. Reviewed the application of Bylaws l-             confirmed the opinion of the Association’      s      888 selection process.                                     banquet or similar function and determined
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                contacts with prospective student-athletes,
 I-(b), 1~2 and l-10 to a situation in which a            legal counsel that any such written contract              d.At no time may studenttathletes                or    that the participation      of student-athletes
                                                                                                                                                                           should be limited to speaking activities             including correspondence          and telephone
prospective student-athlete is asked to travel            must be signed by both parties prior to the            athletics representatives attempt to recruit
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                calls, by representatives      of a Division I
from her home town to an institution’               s     November 21, 1986, deadline date in order              any prospective student-athlete in the pro                within a 30-mile radius of the institution’   s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                member institution’  s athletics interests and
campus to provide ‘      day care” in the summer          for the written contract to constitute a valid         gram.                                                     campus, with the exception that a student-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                agreed that this regulation is not intended to
months to the children of a university pres-              exception.                                                e. The program must be open to athletes                athlete may travel beyond the 30-mile radius
                                                                                                                                                                           to speak at an athletics banquet or function         relate to unavoidable incidental contacts
ident; agreed that the principles expressed in                7~Agreed that in order not to constitute a         and nonathletes alike.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                with prospects by representatrves            of a
Case No. 193 would apply and would permit                 violation of Bylaw ill-(b)-(3),        governing          f. The program must be conducted within                at the student-athlete’s former educational
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                member institution’   s   athletics interests, it
the prospective student-athlete            to provide     printed recruiting aids, an institutional ques-        30 miles of the institution’    s campus or the                                             s
                                                                                                                                                                           institution (at that institution’ expense) on
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                being understood that such a contact is not
such services on the basis of the established             tionnaire sent to a high school to obtain              home town of the involved student-athlete                 one occasion each academic year.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                prearranged by the representative          or an
friendship      (unrelated      to recruiting)    that    information concerning prospective student-            or athletics representative.                                  12. (Division I) Concluded that the provi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                athletics department staff member, is not
exists between the families of the president              athletes must conform to the following                    9. (Divisions I and II) Reviewed the appli-            sions of Bylaw 5-l-(d)-(3) would not relate
                                                                                                                                                                           to a situation in which a studentrathlete            made for the purposes of recruitment of the
 and the prospect, noting that the summer                 criteria:                                              cation of Care No. 368 and 0.1. 601 to a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                student-athlete    and involves only normal
employment arrangement was not made for                       a. The questionnaire cannot include pic-           situation in which a student-athlete in the               participated in Job Corps basketball activi-
                                                                                                                                                                           ties, inasmuch as the acttvities represented a       civility; confirmed the following interpreta-
 recruiting purposes and does not involve                                        s
                                                          tures of an institution’ athletics department          sport of football or basketball who has not
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                tions regarding the apphcation of this regu-
 any of the mstitution’       s     coaching      staff    personnel or enrolled student-athletes;               exhausted eligibility under NCAA rules for                component of an internal credit program
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                lation:
 members.                                                     b.The questionnaire cannot contain any             participation in that sport wishes to renounce            within the Job Corps, involved minimal
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    a.Contacts between a prospect and an
     5. Determined that for purposes of Bylaws             material designed to serve as a promotional           his or her eligibility, thus drscontinuing any            organizational structure and did not include
                                                                                                                                                                           outsIde competition; directed the legislative        athletics representative regarding permissible
  l-2-(+0)    and 1-9-(d), a prospective student-          item, specifically including (but not limited        participation       in intercollegiate     athletics;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                preenrollment activities(e.g., adiscussionof
 athlete who is completing the high school                 to) a detachable section:                             agreed that the governing legislation must                services staff to prepare a revision of the
 academic cumculum earlier than the normal                    c.The questionnaire must be prmted on              be amended to permit such a student-athlete               criteria of 0.1.500 for further consideration                        See Legislation, page 22
NCAA Record
      CHIEF EXECUTlVE OFFICERS                                                                                                                                             s
                                                                                                                                              ever (18-Y) under Reall’ tutelage...                         s
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Women’ golf-NANCY              HARRIS
     LYLE A. GRAY named president at                                                                                                          JACKIE TUNSTALL selected at Chey-               named at Minnesota, where she twice
Castleton State. He previously was pro-                                                                                                       ney.                                            qualified for NCAA play as a student-
vost at Northern Kentucky...NElL         J.                                                                                                                s
                                                                                                                                                  Women’ basketball assistantspAN-            athlete in the early 1980s. She has been a
WEBB, former president at St. Norbert,                                                                                                        GIE LEE appointed at Western Illinois.          physical therapist for the past year at an
appointed president at Dominican (Cali-                                                                                                       She has been a graduate assistant coach         institute in Edina, Minnesota. Harris
fornia). GEORGE R. HEALY, former                                                                                                              the past two seasons at Iowa, her alma          succeeds ANNE ZAHN, who resigned
provost at William and Mary, named                                                                                                            mater.. . BARBARA         KENNEDY        se-    after live years to devote more time to her
interim president      at Longwood...                                                                                                         lected at Clemson, where she is a former        family.
Presidents Commission member WAL-                                                                                                             all-America player. The former profes-                    s
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Men’ ice hockey-TERRY             SKRY-
TER B. WAETJEN has announced his                                                                                                              sional player has been assistant director       PEK appointed at St. Thomas (Minne-
retirement 83 president at Cleveland State,                                                                                                   for recruitment at the Charleston (South        sota). He previously coached at Hill-
effective June 30, 1988 TERRENCE                                                                                                              Carolina) Trident Chamber of Commerce           Murray High School in St. Paul, Minne-
MacTAGGART, acting vice-chancellor                                                                                                            the past I % years.. . JOHN SCALFARO            sota, for I5 years GLENN F. THO-
for academic affairs in the Minnesota                                                                                                         and MARC WURZEL resigned at Hof-                MARLS named at Elmira after four years
State University System, appointed chan-                                                                                                      stra. Scalfaro plans to pursue other coach-     as an assistant at Clarkson.
cellor    at Wisconsin-Superior...                                                                                                            ing opportunities, while Wurzel remains                   s
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Men’ Iacrosse~TOM LEANOS pro-
PASQUALE DiPASQUALE JR. named                                                                                                                 at the school as coordinator of sports          moted from assistant at Drew, succeeding
president at St. Thomas (Florida) after 10                                                                                                    promotions and as a second-year law             DICK SZLASA, who is stepping down
                                               terim coach at Oakland, replacing ROD           McConnell will serve as graduate assistant     student      CAREN TRUSKE named at              after five seasons but will continue to
years     as president         at Loras
                                               RIGHTER, who resigned after one year            coach.. . JOSEPH      LOMBARD1         and     Minnesota, succeeding CHRIS HOW-                serve as athletics director. Leanos pre-
 . . JOSIAH H. BLACKMORE            named
                                               to devote more time to his duties as a          DAN GUEGUEN named at St. Francis               ELL, who resigned to marry and assist           viously was on the staffs at Johns Hopkins
interim president at Capital, where he is
                                               faculty member in the university’ human
                                                                                  s            (Pennsylvania). Lombardi served the past       her husband with the management of a            and Salisbury State and was head coach
dean of the law school. ROBERT V.
                                               and educational services school. Oakland        two seasons on the staff at Indiana(Penn-      lodge in Malmo, Minnesota. Tiuske was           at Long Island-Southampton before join-
CRAMER announced his retirement as
                                               posted a 4-28 record in its first season of     Sylvania) and also has coached at Youngs-      an assistant at Notre Dame last season          ing the Drew staff four years ago BILL
president at Carroll, effective September
                                               play after the program was reinstated last      town State and Ohio. Gueguen will serve        and also has been on the staff at Northern      TIERNEY selected at Princeton, replacing
 I, k988 GERALD MAY selected for
                                               year LARRY SMITH resigned after                 as a volunteer assistant after three years     Illinois . . AMY HOWLEY appointed at            JERRY SCHMIDT, who resigned. He
the presidency at New Mexico, where he
                                               three seasons at Duke. Smith’ I3-year
                                                                                 s             as head coach at Bishop Carroll High           Knox, where she also will be head women’   s    has been an assistant lacrosse coach and
previously served as interim president.
                                               coaching record of 367-228-5 includes           School     in Ebensburg,        Pennsylva-     soccer coach. Howley previously assisted                      s
                                                                                                                                                                                              head men’ soccer coach since 1984 at
       DIRECTORS OF ATHLETICS                  stints as head coach at Texas Wesleyan          nia. __GAR FORMAN selected at Cal              with basketball, soccer and lacrosse at        Johns Hopkins, where he helped coach
    RITA M. CASTAGNA appointed at              and Indiana. . Northern Iowa’ GARY s            Poly-Pomona. He previously was on the          Amherst.                                        the Blue Jays to two Division I lacrosse
Assumption, where she has served in the        SWANSON appointed at St. Andrews.               staff at New Mexico State for two years.                    s
                                                                                                                                                  Women’ cross country-KAREN                  titles. Tierney previously was head lacrosse
post in an interim capacity the past year.     Swanson’ teams at Northern Iowa com-
                                                          s                                    Forman also has been head coach at             BOYLE promoted from assistant at Navy,          coach at Rochester Institute of Technology
Castagna is expected to step down as the       piled a 74-74-l record through three            College of the Desert in California and an                                         s
                                                                                                                                              where she also will coach women’ track.         and was a member of Cortland State’          s
         s           s
school’ women’ basketball coach.               seasons and set a school record for victo-      assistant at Utah State TOMMY COL-             Boyle came to the academy last year after       1973 Division III championship team
RAY GREENE promoted at Alabama                 ries last season with 26 DON GOOLEY             LINS appointed at Lamar. The former            serving as head coach at Heidelberg.            . . . MICHAEL TOOP appointed at Col-
A&M,        where he is head football          named at Hartford after I I years at            Cisco (Texas) Junior College coach has             Field hockey~American’     s      BAR-     gate, where he also will assist with football.
coach. H.          KENNETH        BARKER       Quinnipiac. Gooley’ Quinnipiac teams
                                                                      s                        been coaching in Mexico and Venezuela          BARA REIMANN stepped down after                Toop previously was head lacrosse and
named interim AD at Akron, replacing           posted a 203-126 record and appeared in         in recent years.. KEN RICHTER                  20 years to become athletics academic           assistant football coach at Union (New
 DAVID ADAMS, who resigned after               the Division II Baseball Championship           stepped down at Clarion, where he has          coordinator at the school. Her teams            York), where his lacrosse teams compiled
more than two years in the post to accept      three times. He succeeds interim coach C.       been on the staff for live seasons. He is      posted a 100-111-21 record under her            a 23-14 mark              during    his ten-
other duties at the university. Baker pre-     DONALD COOK, who continues to serve             expected to teach at Clarion while coach-      guidance.                                       ure. Guilford’    s    GEOFF        MILLER
viously was a special assistant in the         as athletics director at the school.. PHIL      ing at a nearby high school KEN WIL-               FootbaIIpDAVE        FARRIS resigned        named athletics director at Washington
athletics department       GEOFF MILL-         TROMBINO resigned at Iona.                      LIAMSON named at Colgate after one             at Wayne State (Michigan) to become            (Maryland). Through seven years at Guil-
 ER selected at Washington (Maryland).            Baseball      ualstant -STEVE        Nl-     season at Louisville. He also has been on      head coach at Petoskey (Michigan) High         ford, Miller coached his teams to a 63-27
 He previously was associate AD and head       CHOLS resigned after four years at Flor-                               s
                                                                                               the staffs at St. John’ (New York), Co-        School. Far& coached his teams at the           record and was named Division 111coach
 men’  s     lacrosse   coach     at  tiuil-   ida.                                            lumbia and lona. KEVIN PURCELL                 university to a 24-35-l record through six      of the year in 1986.
 ford      LINDA HERMAN named acting              Men’ basketball .- RILEY
                                                        s                            WAL-      selected at Ohio after seven years as an       seasons and is credited with persuading              Men’sand women’     sskiriingpBARTON
 AD at Illinois State, where she has been      LACE named at Hawaii, where he was an           assistant at Rio Grande College. He suc-       governors of the school to retain the           B. BRADFORD             named head alpine
 associate AD since 1982...JOHN           A.   assistant from 1978 until his appointment       ceeds FRAN FRASCHILLA,             who re-     program . RON STUCKEY promoted                 coach at Middlebury after four years as
 REEVES appointed at Stony Brook,              as head coach at Seminole (Oklahoma)            signed for personal reasons.                   from defensive coordinator at Case Rem                               s
                                                                                                                                                                                              assistant women’ alpme coach at Ver-
                                      s
 where he will be head of the school’ new      Junior College in 1984. He succeeds                         s
                                                                                                  Women’ basketball~~ BE STONEY               serve, where he also will coach men’ golf.
                                                                                                                                                                                    s         mont.
 physical education and athletics division.    FRANK ARNOLD, who was named an                  selected at Texas A&I after four years as      Stuckey has been on the football staff              Men’ s      soccer-ROBERT            VAN
 He has been sports and recreation director    assistant at Arizona State. Arnold’ Ha-
                                                                                     s         an assistant at UTEP, her alma mater. She      since 1982 and also has coached at the          HAUSER selected for the new program
 at Rochester since 1981 and previously                                                                                                       high school level in Ohio      DON AU LT       at Marymount (Virginia). He has coached
 was AD at Drew. Reeves also has been
                                                                                                                                              resigned after five years at Slippery Rock     at the high school and club levels in
 chair of the Eastern College Athletic
                                                                                                                                              to accept a high school teaching and           northern Virginia for the past I5 years
                s
 Conference’ infractions committee since
                                                                                                               bveme swear,                   coaching position at Barberton, Ohio.                 PAUL RUSSO named at Maine Mar-
  1982 and earlier this year completed a
                                                                                                               Hampton                        His teams posted a 27-23 record during         itime, succeeding JACK HUCKEL, who
 two-year term as president of the Inter-                                                                      a&&ant AD, nivnhM              his tenure. Ault, who leaves collegiate        was named head coach at Skidmore.
 collegiate Soccer Association of Amer-
                                                                                                               pflPd&nt   of CIAA             coaching with an overall 70-58-2 mark,          Russo previously coached two years at
 ica ALBERT T. GONZALES appoint-                                                                                                              also has been head coach at Bethany             Kennebunk (Maine) High School. Huck-
 ed to serve an additional year as Interim
                                                                                                                                              (West Virginia) and an assistant at Mar-            s
                                                                                                                                                                                             cl’ Maine Maritime teams compiled a 53-
 AD at New Mexico State. He has been in                                                                                                       shall.                                         36-5 record during his six years at the
 the post since August 1986.                                                                                                                      Football assistants- BILL TORNA-           school.. MlKE WINSOR resigned after
         ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS                                                                                                                  BENE named defensive coordinator at            four seasons at Loras, where he also will
               OF ATHLETICS                                                                                                                   Hampden-Sydney after four seasons as                                   s
                                                                                                                                                                                             step down as men’ and women’ track      s
   BOB DRISCOLL named associate AD                                                                                                            head coach at Waynesburg.. KEITH               and field assistant to enter private business
forstudent services at California.   KAIA                                                                                                     WALTERS appointed defensive coordi-                                      s
                                                                                                                                                                                             in Michigan. Winsor’ soccer teams com-
HEDLUND and BOB POMEROY pro-                   waii teams compiled a I l-45 record             succeedsFRANCIS PRICE, whostepped              nator and JIM BRIDGES named gradu-             piled a 21-23-6 record during his ten
moted from assistant AD positions at UC        through two seasons KEN TRICKEY                 downaftertwoyears...BRENDA          HILL-      ate assistant coach in charge of the           ure _. BILL TIERNEY stepped down at
Irvine. Hedlund will be responsible for        promoted from assistant at Oral Roberts,         MAN appointed at Aurora. She is a             defensive line at Texas A&I. Walters, who      Johns Hopkins, where he also assisted
student affairs and Pomeroy will oversee        where he served as head coach in the early                           s
                                                                                               former head women’ basketball and soft-        has been defensive coordinator at Trinity                    s
                                                                                                                                                                                             with men’ lacrosse, to become head
facilities     JOE DOWLER promoted              1970s. He replaces TED OWENS, who              ball coach at Wheaton (Illinois), where        Valley Junior College in Texas the past        lacrosse coach at Princeton.
from head wrestling coach at Wyomrng,           resigned after two seasons at the school.      her basketball teams posted a 36- 12 record    two years, succeeds MIKE SCOTT, who                          s
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Women’ soccer-. AMY HOWLEY
where Dowler has been interim associate        Trickey coached Oral Roberts teams to a         from     1984 to        1986. .Oklahoma’ s     resigned to enter private business. Bridges,   appointed for the new program at Knox,
ADsince January. Seton Hall’ CHRIS s            I IX-23 record from 1969 to 1974. He later      MAURA MCHUGH named at Arizona                 who replaces MARK SMITH, coached               where she also will assist with women’        s
MONASCH named the first fullltime              coached at Iowa State and Oklahoma              State McHugh coached the Sooners to            at the high school level the past five         basketball. She previously was an assistant
commissioner of the ECAC Metro Con-             City and also at the high school and           seven consecutive winning seasons and          seasons MICHAEL TOOP selected at               in soccer, basketball and lacrosse at Am-
ference                                        junior college levels, and served last season   the 1986 Big Eight Conference title            Colgate, where he also will be head men’   s   herst, her alma mater...JACK             HEIM
         ASSISTANT DIRECTORS                    as head coach at Oklahoma Junior Col-          and compiled a 142-70 record at the            lacrosse coach. Toop will serve as the Red     selected at Oberlin, succeeding IRA
                OF ATHLETICS                    lege Trickey was hired as an assistant at      school. WENDY LARRY selected at                Raiders’ secondary coach. He previously        STEINBERG, who stepped down after
   SHERRI PICKARD resigned at New               Oral Roberts in March. Owens’ teams at         Old Dominion, where she played in the                            s
                                                                                                                                              was head men’ lacrosse and assistant           three seasons.
York University, where she also has been       the school posted a 21-35 record during         mid-1970s and was an assistant for seven       football coach at Union (New York) and                       s
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Women’ softball         ALI M&ARGO
          s
women’ basketball coach, to become a            his tenure     LARRY COWAN named at            seasonsbefore serving the past two seasons     also has assisted with football at Albany      promoted from assistant at Santa Clara,
          s
women’ basketball assistant at Duke.            Plattsburgh State.                                                               s
                                                                                               as head coach at Arizona. Larry’ Arizona       (New York) _. MARC MOBERG ap-                  where she has been on the staff for one
Her resignation is effective August                Men’ basketball assistants - LEN
                                                        s                                      teams compiled         a 30-27 record...       pointed defensive coordinator at Du-           season. She succeeds CAROL KNIGHT,
31. BARRY BARNUM promoted from                  GARNER named at Centre, where he                            s
                                                                                               Assumption’ RITA M CASTAGNA                    buque, where he also will be head track        who resigned.
director of athletics marketing and media                               s
                                                also will be head men’ tennis coach. The       promoted to athletics director at the          coach. The former Eastern Oregon and                Women’   s swimming-TERI              Mc-
relations at Richmond. Barnum arrived          former King (Tennessee) coach served            school. Her teams have compiled a l32-         Bemidji State assistant has worked in          KEEVER named at Fresno State. She is a
at Richmond m 1981 as sports mforrnation        last year as assistant basketball coach and     I57 record since she began coaching bas-      public relations and sales for a bottling      former all-America swimmer at Southern
director and was promoted to the market-        head soccer and tennis coach at Danville       ketball at the school in IY73 SHERRI           company in Bemidji, Minnesota, since           California, where she has been an assistant
ing and media position in IY84. MIKE           (Kentucky) High School. JAY CODY                PICKARD resigned at New York Univer-            1984. _. RICK FERCHEN named at Ho-            the past three years.
CANClLLA          promoted from athletics       selected at Columbia after I5 years as a       sity, where she also has been assistant        bart, where he also will be head baseball                s                s
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Men’ and women’ swimming assist-
events manager to assistant AD for contest      high school coach in New Jersey, mostly        athletics director, to become assistant        coach. He previously was head baseball         anpCORRIN            CONVIS selected at Clar-
management at Yale. Also, WAYNE                 at Wayne Valley High School. He coached        basketball coach at Duke .KEVlN                and assistant football coach at Valpa-         ion after one season as graduate assistant
DEAN was named assistant AD for sales                        s
                                                the school’ team to a state title and          JONES of St. Francis (New York) named          raiso LANCE COOPER stepped down                coach at Slippery Rock, where she was a
and marketing at the school after serving       several conference championships.. .                           s
                                                                                               assistant men’ coach at Canisius. Jones        after two seasons as a part-time assistant      l2-time all-America as a swimmer.
as assistant AD for contest operations.         Former Ball State head coach AL                coached the St. Francis women for one          at Frerno State to become offensive coor-                s                s
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Men’ and women’ tennis- RENNY
               COACHES                          BROWN and former Northern Illinois             season and earned ECAC Metro Confer-           dmator at Scottsdale (Arizona) Junior          LINSTROMBERG              appointed part-time
   Baseball PAT MURPHY selected at              head coach JOHN McDOUGAL. ap-                  ence coach-of-the-year honors after lead-      College.. . MARSHALL        HALL named                   s
                                                                                                                                                                                             women’ coach at Illinois College. She is a
Notre Dame after two seasons at Clare-          pointed at Western Michigan.. JIMMY            ing the Lady Terriers to their best season     at West Chester, succeeding BILI.              former coach at MacMurray             RANDY
mont-Mudd-Scripps,     where his teams          DYKES named at Kentucky after one-             in IO years.. . GLENN WILKES JR. ap-           DOYLE, who was named head football             CLAYTON named men’ and women’  s              s
compiled marks of 24-16 and 21-18-I. He         year stints on the staffs at Cal State         pointed at Rollins, where he served as         coach at Downingtown (Pennsylvania)            coach at Texas A&I, which is reinstating
was the Division III West region coach of       Sacramento and Appalachian State               interim coach last season. Wilkes led the      High School. Hall previously was a grad-       the program after a two-year suspension.
the year in 1986... RICK FERCHEN                ERIC SAULNY resigned at Northern               Lady Tars to theirfirst-ever 20-win season     uate assistant coach at North Carolina         He has been employed at the Waco (Texas)
appointed at Hobart, where he also will         Arizona to seek another coaching posi-         after his appointment to the post last         State and also has served on the staffs at     Center for Youth         JOHN TSUMAS se-
assist with football. He has been head          tion    KEVlN JONES and TIM McCON-             October. He is the son of Stetson men’     s   Albany (New York) and Bucknell.                                                s
                                                                                                                                                                                             lected to coach the women’ team at Utah,
baseball and assistant football coach ?t        NELL      seletttd. at ’C!anls%fs. Jones       coach     Glenn      Wilkes _. . MARSHA            Men’ cd-RUN
                                                                                                                                                       s              STUCKEY selected       where he played in the early 1980s. He
Valparaiso Uttu 1981 anA coac&        mS       previobvIy wis h&ad wokt’     r    cd&h for     REALL migned after one season at               at Case Reserve; whore he also was pro-        played professionally for three yeer~ after
baseball teams to a combined 147-137-8          otk stbott-tit 5X PBtnois (New brk) &nd        Purdue, citing pert&nalre&ons. The Lady        m&d frotn ‘     a&&ant to beti football        graduation.. . DAVID CREIGHTON ap-
record     PAUL CHAPOTON named in-              earlier was a men’ assistant at the school.
                                                                    s                          Boilermakers posted their best record          coach.                                                            See Record, page 21
Football coaches lobbying against some Convention proposals                                     -
    A concentrated effort by members                                                                  coaches who are AFCA members.              months, although there can always              netted with the game try to reach
of the American Football Coaches                                                                          “We just asked each coach to let       be improvement,” he says. “Now,                for the highest point we can,- said
Association to become more in-                                                                        his athletics directoh faculty athletics   coaches want to be involved. They              McClendon. “I get the feeling that
volved in the NCAA decision-mak-                                                                      representative and president know                t
                                                                                                                                                 don’ want to be overlooked. In the                               t
                                                                                                                                                                                                those that don’ have that aim will
ing process may affect the outcome                                                                    exactly where we stood on some of          past, they always seemed to want               not be satisfied until they force
of football-related legislative prop-                                                                 the issues,” he said. “We wanted the       somebody else to do the work for               others-the          majority-to      be
osals that will be considered at the                                                                  coach who was directly involved            them. Apparently, we now have                  pushed to the lowest level. If you
NCAA special Convention.                                                                              with the sport to go one-on-one            some very serious situations, and                   t
                                                                                                                                                                                                can’ maintain a program at one
     The campaign has been in pro-                                                                    wilth the people who would actually          s
                                                                                                                                                 it’ time for them to get involved.                           s
                                                                                                                                                                                                level, then it’ time for that school to
 gress since the AFCA national con-                                                                   cast the vote and tell them-from               “No price is too high to pay when          talk about going to another level;
 vention in January,
    -                        when the                                                                 his perspective-how      the proposals     you talk about student-athletes,”                   t
                                                                                                                                                                                                don’ pull the others down with
        s
 AFCA’ board of trustees began                      will affect the size of football coach-           would effect the game.”                    McClendon adds. “If there’ any-s               you.”
 urging its membership to present                   ing staffs, the number of grants-in-                  Brigham Young University head                           t
                                                                                                                                                 thing you don’ want to do, it’ to s               In February, McClendon and Ed-
the views of the footballcoaching                   aid awarded in the sport, and the                 coach LaVell Edwards, 1987 AFCA            pass rules at the expense of the               wards appeared before the NCAA
 profession to those campus admin-                  length and structure of spring train-             president, says the AFCA’ efforts
                                                                                                                                    s            student-athlete. And if some of those          Ad Hoc Committee on Cost Con-
 istrators directly involved in shaping             ing. The proposals are among 43                   have made an impact.                       proposed rules go through, that’    s          tainment, chaired by University of
the framework of collegiate athlet-                 that will be considered at the special                “I feel good from the standpoint       what we will be doing-hurting                  Notre Dame athletics director Eu-
ics-the president, the faculty ath-                 session by the NCAA membership,                   of accomplishing what we set out to        those that play games, as well as              gene F. Corrigan. The committee
letics representative and the athletics             which will concentrate on cost con-               do, and that was get our message           those who coach them.                          was charged with gathering infor-
director-according        to a news re-             tainment in collegiate athletics.                 across to those who needed to hear             “I have gotten enough feedback             mation from several sources within
lease from the coaches’ assocation                     AFCA board members-who            re-          it,” Edwards said. “Sometimes, when        to know that our coaches did their             the athletics community and passing
office in Orlando.                                  leased a statement at the 1987                    others carry a message for you, it         homework,” McClendon said. “But                that on to the Presidents Commis-
    The AFCA began pursuing this                    AFCA convention that unanim-                              t
                                                                                                      doesn’ always come across the same              re
                                                                                                                                                 we’ asking our head coaches right                     s
                                                                                                                                                                                                sion’ Ad Hoc Committee on Insti-
course of action in response to the                 ously opposed reducing staffs and                 way. Something gets lost in the            now-this     week- to stay in touch            tutional      Responsibility.     This
development of proposed legislation                 scholarships or radically changing                translation. We need to continue           with the situation on their campuses.          committee, in turn, prepared a re-
that, if adopted by the NCAA mem-                   the structure of spring training-                 this dialogue with our administra-         There are a lot of voting delegates            port that went to the full Commis-
bership, would have a major impact                  have been working with fellow                     tors on a regular basis.”                                             t
                                                                                                                                                 out there who still aren’ sure how             sion.
on the football coaching profession                 coaches in their respective districts                 McClendon       says that many         they are going to vote. We need to                “The committee was very recep-
and the sport, the coaches’ associa-                in recent months. According to                    coaches are contributing to the leg-       emphasize to those who are unde-               tive,” says Edwards. “They seemed
tion says.                                          AFCA Executive Director Charles                   islative process for the first time.       cided how seriously some of these              to understand our problems, and I
    The special Convention agenda                   McClendon, a simple message was                      m
                                                                                                      “I’ very pleased with the effort           proposals will affect our game.                believe we were effective in getting
includes proposed legislation that                  conveyed to the 3,500 college                           s
                                                                                                       that’ been given over the past few            “I would hope that all of us con-          our points across.”

Record
Continued from page 20                              stepping down as head field hockey coach                     s
                                                                                            director of women’ athletics at Denison,             Smith Award for sports writing. Grimsley,       school as a professor, coach and adminis-
                                 s
pointed interim women’ tennis coach at              after 20 years in the post.                                 s
                                                                                            chair of women’ athletics directors;                 who retired in 1984 but continues to            trator since 1954. Strathairn served on the
Minnesota, replacing JACK ROACH,                         Development ofiicer-MARSHA         GEORGE ANDREWS,
                                                                                             UM-                            professor of         handle assignments, is the seventh recip-                            s
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Division I Women’ Basketball Commit-
who is taking a year’ leave of absence.
                              s                     BENHAUR-ROHAN                           mathematics at Oberlin, chair of men’
                                                                               appointed 10 the                                           s      ient of the award      DAVE FERRISS of          tee.. GARY KIPFMILLER,            a football
Creighton has been assistant men’ coach   s         new post of regional development officerfaculty athletics representatives, and               Delta State, JOHNNY REAGAN of Mur-              player and champion wrestler from 1968
at Florida the past two years...PAT                 at Arizona, where she will coordinate   ANNE FRY, professor of zoology at                    ray State, BILL ROWE of Southwest               to 1972 at Nebraska-Omaha, died June 8
O’   CONNOR named men’ coach and      s                                                                                          s
                                                                                            Ohio Wesleyan, chair of women’ faculty
                                                    fund-raising efforts in Phoenix and outly-                                                   Missouri State and JACK STALLINGS               of congestive heart failure at age
SUSAN HAGEY WALL appomted worn-                     ing sections of the state.              athletics representatives         LaVERNE            of Georgia Southern are among six              40.. JAMES DARROW, a former bas-
en’ coach at Santa Clara, succeeding
      s                                                  Equipment           manager-TERRY  SWEAT, assistant athletics director at               coaches who will be inducted into the           ketball standout at Bowling Green who
departed coaches CLIFF BARRETT and                  SCHLAlTER                               Hampton, named the first woman presi-
                                                                       promoted from assistant                                                   American Baseball Coaches Association           twice scored 52 points in games during his
MARY JOHNSON, respectively. O’              Con-    at Purdue, succeeding NED MALONEY,      dent of the Central Intercollegiate Athletic         Hall of Fame next January.. . RICHARD           senior season in 1960, died June 8 in
nor has been a teaching professional in             a former Boilermaker football player andAssociation. She succeeds JOE THOMP-                 J. BOUSHKA, president of Boushka                Akron, Ohio, several months after devel-
1.0s Gates, California, the past two years.         assistant football coach who is retiringSON of St. Paul’       s...GREG        BADO-         Properties of Wichita, Kansas, and former       oping a viral infection.       He was 49
Wall is a former four-time all-America at                                                s
                                                    after 14 years in the post.. Duke’ TANK VINAC appointed information service                  president of Vickers Energy Corporation,           .CHARLES E. “CHUCK”BAER              SR.,
Stanford who has remained active in                 CONERLY appointed at Alabama. He        director for the Western Football Confer-            selected to serve as the ninth president of     head football coach at Detroit from 1945
tennis at the amateur and professional              has been at Duke since 1984.            ence, replacing WAYNE SHAW, who                      the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall           to 1950, died May 31 in Pontiac, Michi-
levels.                                                  Equipment handler-SALLY            remains an adviser to conference Com-
                                                                                            ROSS                                                 of Fame. Boushka, a former all-America         gan, a1 age 81. He coached his Detroit
          s                  s
     Men’ and women’ track and field-               selected at Purdue, replacing ELNORA    missioner Vie Buccola. Badovinac, former             player at St. Louis, succeeds former Na-       teams 10 a 35-21-i record and one Mis-
 MIKE SHELEY resigned as women’                s    BULLMAN,                                sports information director at Cal Poly-
                                                                      who is retiring after I I                                                  tional Basketball Association Commis-          souri Valley Conference champion-
coach at Georgia to pursue other oppor-             years in the post.                      San Luis Obispo and former interim SID               sioner LARRY O’     BRIEN in the post.. . E    ship.. . ROBERT LIBURD, a Trinidad
tunities in athletics. He coached several                                                   at Cal State Northridge, has served the
                                                         Promotions and publlc relations direc-                                                  M. KIRBY, chairman of the board of the          native who received a basketball scholar-
all-America performers during his three             tor-GAIL       SHORE named at Minne-    conference in an interim capacity since              Allegheny Corporation, and WILLIAM             ship to Temple but never played at the
years in the post, including four-time              sota. She has managed public relations  last October. _. GEORGE PETERSON                     J. FLYNN, athletics director at Boston         school after learning he suffered from
individual        titlist      Gwen Torrence        and corporate programs for Republic     of Cal State Hayward named president of              College and former NCAA president,                      s
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Matfan’ syndrome, was found dead May
 . . . PETER SLOVENSKI named men’               s   Airlines and, later, Northwest Airlines the Northern California Athletic Confer-             named vice-chairman and secretary, re-         26 in his dormitory room at the university.
and women’ coach at Bowdoin. The
                s                                   since 1967.                             ence for the coming year. Other officers             spectively, of the National Football Foun-      His death was attributed to a tear in the
former Bates assistant has been track                    Public     relations               are SAMUEL LOGAN of UC Davis,
                                                                                   interns-PAT                                                   dation and Hall of Fame.                       aorta of his heart that officials said was
coach at Robert Louis Stephenson School             HENDERSON               and             secretary; MARTHA YATES of Sonoma
                                                                                     PAULETTE                                                                      DEATHS                       related to his illness. Liburd recently had
in California since 1985.. MARC MO-                 WELCH selected as graduate assistant    State, treasurer, and MARTY VALDEZ                       ARTHUR SPECTOR, a former Vil-              completed his sophomore year at the
BERG appointed at Dubuque, where he                                                         of Cal State Hayward, publicity direc-
                                                    interns at Purdue, where they will work in                                                                                                  school and was attending summer
                                                                                                                                                 lanova basketball player who played for
also will assist with football.. . PAT                                                      (or.. . The Western Athletic Conference
                                                    sports information, publications and pro-                                                    the early Boston Celtics, died June 19 in      classes JEFF RANDLE EL, a former
 HENRY named men’ and women’ coach
                             s            s         motions.                                has extended the contract of Commis-                 New York City after a lengthy illness. He      all-Big Sky Conference football linebacker
at Louisiana State. He previously was                    Sports information director-FRED   sioner JOE KEARNEY for four years.                   was 68. Spector joined the Celtics during      and honor student at Northern Arizona,
head coach at Blinn College in Texas,                BATTENFIELD                             He has been in the post since
                                                                           appointed at Rollins.                                                 their first year of operation in 1946 after    was shot to death May 3 in Claremonr,
where he coached teams to indoor and                 He previously was SID at Texas-San      1980...CHRIS       MONASCH appointed                                                               California, where he worked as an electri-
                                                                                                                                                 playing during the 1940s in the American
outdoor national titles last season..                                                       the first full-time commissioner of the
                                                     Antonio for five years and also has worked                                                  Basketball League. He later was active in      cal engineer. He was 24. Police said
 MICHAEL ORECHIA selected tocoach                    in sports information at Texas and TexasECAC Metro Conference. He has been                  civic politics in Newtown, Connecti-           robbery probably was the motive for the
        s                s
 men’ and women’ teams at Chicago. He                A&M.                                   associate athletics director at Seton Hall           cut...DlCK      HOWSER, a former all-          slaying. RICHARD           C. SURHOFF, a
previously coached for four years at San                 Sports    information              since 1985 and is a former assistant AD at
                                                                                      assistants-                                                America baseball player and head baseball      Long Island University graduate who
 Francisco State. Orechia succeeds MIKE              JANICE M. GIEL named at Drexel,         Fordham, where he also served as acting             coach at Florida State who managed the         played professional basketball in the early
 KARLUK, who stepped down lo attend                                                         AD. Monasch succeeds FRANK SZY-
                                                     where she will be responsible for women’     s                                              Kansas City Roy& to the 1985 world              1950s. died May I in Harrisburg, Penn-
medical school KAREN BOYLE pro-                                                             MANSKI, who served six years as part-
                                                     sports. She previously was a public rela-                                                   championship, died June 17 after an 1 I-       sylvania, following a short illness. He was
moted from asistant at Navy, where she                                                      time executive director.
                                                     tions assistant at the U.S. Olympic Train-                            BILL STEIN,           month battle with brain cancer. He was         57. Surhoffwas thefatherof B. J. Surhoff,
also will coach women’ cross country.
                                s                    ing Center.. Arizona State’ MARK  s                                        s,
                                                                                            athletics director at St. Peter’ elected             5 I. Howser played major-league baseball       a catcher with the Milwaukee Brewers
          s
      Men’ and women’ track and field
                               s                     BRAND promoted to director of media    president of the Metro Atlantic Athletic             for eight years after starring at Florida      and a former collegiate baseball stand-
assistants-KIRK             ELIAS hired for the      relations    at the school.. ALANE     Conference, and BOB MULLEN,                La        State, then coached at the school in 1979      out     BURL “BO” JENNINGS, a two-
women’ team at Minnesota, where he
          s                                          KEEFER selected to serve as graduate   Salle AD, was elected vice-president.                before being named manager of the New          time NCAA wrestling champion for Mich-
was interim assistant coach last season.                                                    Also, JOE DeBONIS was named supervi-
                                                     assistant at Shippensburg. She is a recent                                                  York Yankees KLINE GILBERT, an                 igan State in the early 1940sand a member
 He is a former head women’ track and   s            graduate of Ashland, where she was a                                s
                                                                                            sor for the conference’ new officials                a&America football tackle at Mississippi       of the Helms Foundation Wrestling Hall
field and cross country coach at Wiscon-             student worker in sports information                     s
                                                                                            bureau for men’ basketball. DeBonis has              in 1952 who later started for the Chicago      of Fame, died recently in Oklahoma City
sm-Eao Claire and is also a former coach             while earning all-America honors as a  been supervisor of officials for the Eastern         Bears, died June 14 a1 age 56 in Jackson,      at age 66. He and his twin brother Merle
 at U.S. International and St. Thomas                                                       College Athletic Conference in the metro-
                                                     cross country and track and field athlete.                                                  Mississippi      BARNEY COOKE, sports          both won back-to-back championships in
(Minnesota)          MIKE WINSOR selected                Strength and conditioning coaeh-   politan New York City area for four                  information director at Virginia from          their respective weight classes at the 1941
for the men’ and women’ teams a1
                  s                     s             ROBIN POUND selected at California.   years.                                                1968 to 1978, died June 13 of an apparent     and 1942 NCAA tournaments.
 Loras, where he also will be head men’         s        ‘&ainers-TOM         KAMINSKI          ap-      ASSOCIATIONS                            heart attack at his home in Virginia. He                      CORRECTION
soccer coach.                                        pointed head trainer at Alfred, replacing  MICHAEL J. CLEARY given a three-                 was 56. WALTER M. BElTS, a former                                      s
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Due to an editor’ error, results from
              s
      Women’ voIIeyMI- CINDY LAUGH-                   KEVIN CONKLIN,            who resigned 10
                                                                                            year extension lo his contract as executive          baseball pitcher at Wesley who later                                  s
                                                                                                                                                                                                 the Division I Men’ Outdoor Track and
 LIN named at George Washington. She                 pursue other interests. Kaminski pre-  director of the National Association of              played for the Philadelphia Phillies and        Field Championships chat were published
 previously has been head coach at Co-               viously was head trainer at Aquinas forCollegiate Directors of Athletics. He has            Boston Braves, died June 13 of a heart          in the June 10 issue of The NCAA News
 lumbia, William and Mary, and Washing-              two years. .CHARLIE            THOMPSON been in the post since 1966.. . BOB TEEL,           attack at age 90. WILLIAM           M. ED-      failed to include corrected final standings
 ton State.                                           promoted to head trainer at Pittsburgh,
                                                                                            head track and field coach at Missouri,              WARDS, former football player and               for the lO,OOO-meterrun. As a result, the
      Women’ volleyball assistant-CARL
              s                                       where he has been on the staff since   elected 10 a two-year term as president of          coach a1 Wittenberg, died June 12 of            seventh-place finisher in the event was
 McGOWN reassigned at Brigham Young,                  1985.. . LEO MARTY dismissed at Por-   the NCAA Division 1 Track Coaches                   pulmonary hypertension in Springfield,         erroneously ‘   identified. Eric Carter of
 where he will concentrate full-time on               tland State, where he has been head    Association.                                        Ohio. The National Football Foundation          Penn State finished seventh in the event
 teaching in physical education.                      trainer since 1974.                                    NUMBLES                             Hall of Fame inductee retired from coach-       with a time of 29:34.43.
      Wrestling- Wyoming’ JOE DOW- s                            CONFERENCES                     SUE SCHEETZ of Penn State named                                            s
                                                                                                                                                 ing as one of the nation’ most successful
 LER promoted to associate AD after 14
                          s
 years as the school’ head wrestling coach.
                                                       President ANDREW G. DE ROCCO
                                                    of Denison reelected president of the
                                                                                             Division I coach of the year by the Inter-
                                                                                                                  s
                                                                                             collegiate Women’ Lacrosse Coaches
                                                                                                                                                 college mentors, compiling a 167-45-8
                                                                                                                                                 record through stints at Case Reserve,
                                                                                                                                                                                                Sport to be cut
 During that time, Dowler’ teams com-s              North Coast Athletic Conference. Also    Association. KATHY KRANNEBITTER                     Vanderbilt and Wittenberg. He closed out          Buffalo State University College
 piled a 105-62-i dual-meet record and              elected was President DAVID         L.   of West Chester received Division II                his career by serving as athletics director                      s
                                                                                                                                                                                                will drop men’ varsity lacrosse
 won two Western Athletic Conference                WARREN of Ohio Wesleyan, vice-presi-     coach-of-the-year honors and SHARON                 at Wittenberg until 1973 . PAMELA L.           from its athletics program effective
 titles. His overall record of 142-77-2 in-         dent. Others named 10 the NCAC Presi- GOLDBRENNER               of Trenton State was         STRATHAIRN,          associate director of
 cludes a stint at Wisconsin-Superior.                                                                                                                                                          September 1 because a coach could
                                                    dents’ Council were AL VAN WIE,          named the top coach in Division                     athletics at Stanford and the school’      s
                                                                                                                                                                                                not be found for the team, according
                        STAFF                       director of men’ pthletics at, yo@ster, III.. WILL GRIMSLEY, d the &so-
                                                                     s                                                                           primary wow        pdmjnistrpfor, died Jqne
      Academic pourdinator - Barbara I$&            .who wiIl &air the conferc~&s men’   s ciated press sctectad to bpcome the fmt                12 in Menlo Park, Wqmia         &ter a lqng   b a heeu;ls release from the ihstitu-
 mann named at American, where she is               athletics d&-&on;, CHERY.L MAMA,         wire serviq repotter to receive. tbz Red            iIhms. She was 62.,She,had @n with the         tibn. :
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Legislation
Continued from page 19                                between a member of the institution’ board
                                                                                         s                     permissible if the contacts are incidental,                              h. Casual contacts between a prospective                         student-athlete through the normal working
summer cmploymcnt        arrangements   that          of governors (or regents) and a prospective              rather than for recruiting purposes.                                 student-athlete and an athletics represcnta-                         relationship with a patient as long as no
occurs subsequent to the prospective stu-             student-athlete would not be permissible.                                                                                     tive at a basketball or football game would                          recruiting contacts are involved.
                                                                                                                  f. An institution may show a prospect a
dent-athlete’ signing of the National Letter
            s                                                                                                                                                                       be permissible only if the contacts are inci-                            k. An athletics representative may view a
                                                         d. Off-campus,   in-person recruiting con-            videotape of an athletics representative
of Intent) would be permissible.                                                                                                                                                    dental (ix., not prearranged, not for recruit-                                                   s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         prospective student-athlete’ athletics contest
                                                      tacts between enrolled student-athletes (or              making a recruiting presentation, provided
                                                                                                                                                                                    ing purposes and involving       only normal                         on his or her own initiative, subject to the
    b. AU institutional coaching staff members        orher enrolled students) and a prospective               the presentation is generic in nature and is
                                                                                                                                                                                    civility).                                                           understanding that the athletics represcnta-
are permitted to recruit off campus in their          student-athlete are permissible if such con-             not prepared for any particular prospective
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         tive may not contact the prospective student-
sports, it being understood that they are             tacts are incidental (nonrecnriting)   contacts          student-athlete.                                                        i. A prospective student-athlete may visit
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         athlete on such occasions.
involved in sports other than football and            involving such individuals and do nor occur                 g. An athletics representative may speak                          a locker room after a game when athletics                                l.An athletics representarive     may not
basketball. Only the permissible number of            at the direction of a coaching staff member.             to a prospective     student-athlete   via the                       representatives    are present in the room;                                                               s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         contact a prospective studcnc-athlete’ coach,
full-time football and basketball coaches             NCAA Case No. 80 remains in effect and                   telephone only if the prospect inmates the                           however, when an institution permits athlet-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         principal or counselor in an attempt to
may contact prospects off campus in the               would permit recruiting telephone calls and              telephone conversation      and provided the                         ics representatives in the locker-room  area,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         evaluate the prospect.
sports of football and basketball, respec-            correspondence involving enrolled student-               call is not for a recruiting purpose. Under                          it does so at its own risk, and any contact
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             m.An athletics representative     may not
tively. Faculty members may contact pro-              athletes and prospects.                                  such circumstances, the representative must                          with a prospect other than incidental contact
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         visit the prospect’ educational institution to
spective student-athletes       for recruiting          e.Contacts between an athletics repro-                 refer questions about the institution’ athlct-
                                                                                                                                                    s                               would be a violation.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         pick up film or transcripts pertainmg to the
purposes in all sports, but only on campus.           sentativc and a prospective student-athlete              its program to the athletics department                                j.An athletics representative   who is a                                                        s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         evaluation of the prospect’ academic eligi-
     c. Recruiting    contacts   on or off campus     while playing “pick-up” basketball would be              smff.                                                                doctor or a dentist may treat a prospective                          biliry or athletic ability.




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     advertise open dates in their playing schedules or for other                        plbm      v&h all assocmlon         regubuons.     lf                                                                                                                    .ndovc~ngthehc                  l-4programs
     appropriate purposes.                                                               bked,     comching ~rlmltks            ads. Quall                                                                                                                        The dlrector runts    di re2Fto the President
                                                                                         Rcatlons: A mastJErk          ICC in phpkd     edu.     admlnl~         aspects of the nthktks        10                                                                 dmCUnhem$Sk+Ut+m-F
     Rates are 45 cents per word for general classified advertising                      cation or a l&ted         %
                                                                                                                   Rc is preferred a¶ IS         gram; supcnision     d      rldhnandpr       & I.2                                                               wnh qudmca ens and upcnen‘      e.    smmg
                                                                                         previous Intercdkglatc         and administrati         rebtlms   r&ted to a p”athkac ever@. pro
                                                                                                                                                                          I                              cation Dcsdline: July 7.                                 &te will be determined ti      the candidate.
     (agate type) and $22.60 per column inch for display classified                      mpmiencc. The positIan requlm strong                    gmns snd pemonnd. The potion            IS .¶ 12~                                                                ApplkaUons     and nominstionr     should be
                                                                                         mtie~rsond. arganlzaUorv,land lea&ship                                                                          p-y cation and current resume b: Dnid              W.
     advertising. Orders and copy are due by noon five days prior                                                                                month, non ~enumd appalntmmt         renevmbk             mn.ViceFr&3entforUntw5sityRthUons                      received by Juiy 15. 1987. Send kner of
                                                                                         abiliin snd aMa. The suc~ul              ceadldate      annuslty Qualiications:    rQstch degec prr             and DNclapmn~ Murray Unlvedty.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                !Slate                            ap#kat!a     and resume to: Mr. D. Alen willi-
     to the date of publication for general classified space and by                      till have a commitment to the athkUc needs              femd; minimum d RK ye” of cdkg&vel                      Murray, Kentucky 42071. Murray State Uni-                arm. Chair. Suwch Committee. Athletic Dig
     noon seven days prior to the date of publication for display                        ddlstudenbsndbcsensitivetotieneeds                      athktk   eqmknce       as a coach or atttktic           versity is an Equal Oppdvntty/Mimmth~                    &or,219Ran&llHall,Unl~nltydVi             Ima.
                                                                                         dour strong acsdemk dance pragram. A                    administmtor: &monslra(cd mnagemnt                      Action Empbyer                                           Clmdomsvllk.    VA 22903. OVA is an $Ul
     classified advertising. Orders and copy will be accepted by                         commitment to the acdcn-dc integmy d                    skills and understatiing d athl&c adminis~                                                                       Emplcyment     Employer.
                                                                                         schobr&ktes is cucnbsl. Compensntion:                   tration; abiltty to wlte and npe& effect&$              AmL&DbutocUnksdtydVh&+alhe
     telephone.                                                                          The Null-time position (12 mcnths with four             demonstrated       administrative     apertirv      m
     For more information  or to place an ad, call ~13/384-3220 or
                                                                                         w&s vacation) carrk¶ a sably cclmm,~
                                                                                         ratewtthqualtfkaUon~anda+erkncc.Appli.
                                                                                                                                                 relskd pwrsm
                                                                                                                                                 cornme”s”rate
                                                                                                                                                                       &$taw%b% salary till bc
                                                                                                                                                                     wl orp        “cc. send kiter       Dlmcmr d Uni             AU-MC Plbgmms as                Associate AD.
     write NCAA Publishing, P.O. Box 1906, Mission, Kansas 66201.                        don      Procedure: Pkasc send a letter d               da       ication.ndmwmebyJune30                1987     swxesw)r to Richs   73 Schultz. l%zcuUw Di.
                                                                                         qpplkatica, mume. marrrnmt d athkUc                     to &cc         d Pemonnel Director S&then;              rectodect    d the NCAA The DIrector will                &mcdamhthulc~su~
                                                                                         and phyrxal education philomphks.          with         U&h S~ste College, Cedar Ctty, &h 84720.                haK full rcapon?rlbill(y for all dthe Unimruty           pmlseo     all aspects of Athktic     progrsm
                                                                                         three Ames. add-         and     me numbers             An Eaual OLlmrtuni(v/Affirmative              Action    athktk programs, Including intercdkgktc.                 rnarkeun . promotionr. fundraising. seaso”
                                                                                         d rdei-mccs,     to: John C. cli rat, seNch                                                                     club~~intramural.     and recreational       I Rs        ticket s3 IL , snd boaster rebtions. Assists
                                                                                         kmmktce       Chaitpemn.   Hobart and William                                                                   aclhbes. Amongrhc Mrectoisgcmral              r u(is     AU&tic Mmcbx wlrh home game marwe
                                                                                         S&h Cdkges. Gcnmm. New York 144%.                                                                               are lang-range plsnnlng: luhwlcing         a corn        me-d. Full-time. temporary. twehwnonth
                                                                                                                                                                                                         prehcnstve smktic p~ram          for all studer4.y       pasition. Addiil      appDlntment¶ dcpnderlt
                                                                                                                                                                                                         makIng stdes       and recommendations             on    0” awhbk       flmdln and performance. Posi
                                                                                                                                                                                                         &hkUc programs and administra&              0      ni.
Positions               Available                                                                                                                                                                        zaUcm: seldng       mmbem         d the ahTtk
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  EonmalhbkJulyl       &I 7.sSk1yRange:~1,996
                                                                                                                                                                                                         administmthe     and coaching st& preparing                    See The Marker, page 23
                                                                                         &k&-SouthcmUtahYaLColkgc
                                                                                         s vr&ing an aprknced      athktlc dlrector to
                                                                                         drdnkter   the functtoni~     d an ndvi
                                                                                         rthktk program d 7 men’ spans and T
Athletics Director                                                                       mmm’  .  sports be&ing
                                                                                                                     s
                                                                                                                   confemlce     afflliw
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        University of New Hampshire
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Professional, Administrative,                                   Technical
                                                                                                              legislative Assistant                                                                                                Vacancy
                                                                                                            NCAA legislative Services                                                                      Tii:       Athletic       Trainer I (83%).

                                                                                           Applications are being accepted for an immediate                                         opening                Responsib%tks:       Under general supervision of responsible
                                                                                           on the NCAA legislative services staff.                                                                         athletic official, to take measures necessary and appro riate
                                                                                                                                                                                                           for preventing athletic injuries; to screen and treat, Ea sed
                          Sports Information                                               Legislative assistants primarily are responsible for providing                                                  upon training or upon recommendation       of physician, athletic
                                                                                           guidance concerning the application of NCAA legislation in                                                      disabilities and injuries, to provide emergency medical care;
                                                                                           specific situations, both in writing and by telephone; assisting                                                and to supervise and advise stydent trainers.
                                                                                           in preparation      and review of forms required      by NCAA
                                                                                           le Islatton, and completing ap ropriate research and analrjis                                                   Minimum      Qualiitionsz              s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Bachelor’ degree and one year of
                                                                                           o B materials necessary to Imp P   ement the Association’ rules
                                                                                                                                                   s                                                             rience as an athletic trainer; certification by the National
                                                                                           and regulations.                                                                                                EEtic     Trainers Association.

                                                                                           The work requires a comprehensive         knowledge      of NCAA                                                              G22,960, starting salary normally not to exceed
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Salary: $14,7i’
 appointment and thesala .y is commensurate with experience                                regulations and the ability to communicate      effectively while                                               $16,570. (Non-citizens must include current visa status.)
 and qualifications.                           s
                      Quall IcatIons: Bachelor’ required with                              assisting in the analysis and development   of NCAA legislation.                                                Application            Deadline:          July 10,1987.
 experience in a collegiate sports information   office. Applica-
 tions and nominations of candidate should be forwarded to:                                Experience in intercollegiate   athletics, either as a student-                                                 Duties to Begin: August 3,1987.
                                                                                           athlete or administrator,   and a legal or other postgraduate
                                 Darlene Johnson                                           education are preferred.                                                                                        Send Resume Directly                      To:
                                    Staff Assistant
                            University of South Florida                                    Interested         candidates          should send a resume to:                                                                                  Lionel Carbonneau
                             4202 East Fowler Avenue                                                                                                                                                                              Interim                   s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Director of Men’ Athletics
                                                                                                                                  William        B. Hunt                                                                                        Field House
                                 Building PED 214
                            Tampa, Florida 33620-8600
                                                                                                                       Assistant Executive Director                                                                                   University of New Hampshire
                                                                                                                                     NCAA                                                                                            Durham, New Hampshire 03824
         University      of South Florida is an Equal Opportunity/                                                                PO. Box 1906
                           Affirmative Action Employer                                                                       Mission, Kansas 66201                                                         The Univenity               of New Hampshire                 is an EEO/AA          Employer




         Assistant                  s
                             Women’ Baskethall                    Coach                                       HEAD BASEBALL COACH/                                                                                          DlREClOR                         OF ATHLETICS
                               (Division I)                                                                    ASSISTANT WOMEN’S                                                                           Washington   State University is accepting applications                         and nomina-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Athletics. The
                                                                                                                                                                                                           tions for the position of Dlrector of Intercollegiate
 Responsibiities:      /&i&ant  basketball coaching duties and                                                  BASKITBALL COACH                                                                           Director is res nsible for the administration, accountability and
 responsibilities include daily management of the basketball                                                                                                                                               guidance of a r facets of the athletic program and is expected to
 office; assisting and preparin for practice sessions and games;                          BElSCbOReS -                  Have cvrrent kn+edge of baseball                                                   enhance the philoso hy of the student-athlete. Individual duties
                                                                                          and all its ru es; ablllty to organue pratice;     recruit student-                                              include departmenta P & personnel administration,  supervision of
 recruiting quality student-at %Ietes;. maintaining rapport with
 college community, alumni, and Fnends’ group; monitoring of                              athletes to an NCAA II pr ram; follow guidelines established                                                                      s         s
                                                                                                                                                                                                           coaches in women’ and men’ sports, event scheduling, budgetin
 students’ academic progress; acting as liaison between team                                 the NCAA as well as the   %A C. Basketball Responsibilitks:                                                   fund-raising,          public relations and to assure compliance                            7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  with a I
                                                                                          I7ave howledge       in the area of offense/defense;      plan and                                               University,       Conference           and NCAA        policies   and regulations.
 and head coach; conducting all activities within the rules and
       ations of the University of Vermont the ECAC and the                               implement all mctice sessions and game strategies; assist                                                        Minimum     qualifications                         s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         include a bachelor’ degree in a related field
                                                                                                          lrl
                                                                                          head coach WI administrative duties related to the basketball                                                    and at least five years of directly related professional            experience,
 h7%M performin other duties as assigndd by the head coach.                                                                                                                                                preferably at an NCAA Division I-A school. The Director must have
                                                                                          program,    including     scheduling  and travel arrangements;
 Qtmlificaiions:              s
                    &a chelor’ degree and previous coaching                                                                                                                                                exceptional    interpersonal      and communications        skills and be fully
 experience preferred. Remuneration:        The sahy for this 9-                          assist with recruiting and other related duties; knowledge of
                                                                                                                                                                                                           committed    to the Universi       s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ‘ institutional  advancement     goals. Salary
 month appointment will be commensurate with experience                                   NCAA regulations        concerning    recruitment;    scout future
                                                                                                                                                                                                           will be commensurate         wtt-x qualifications    and background.
 and qualifications. EXCELLENT           FRINGE BENEFITS.                                 opponents; supervise all pre-season and post-season condi-
                                                                                           tionin . knowled e of the current trends in women’ basketball.
                                                                                                                                            s                                                              WSU is a NCAA Division I-A school and a member of the PAC-10
 Ap lications: Interested candidates should send a cover letter                                                                                                                                            Conference.                     s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         WSU is the state’ land grant University          and is a
 an B resume to:                                                                           Qua&ations:      3a chelois d 7 ree and one year of coaching
                                                                                                                                                                                                           corn rehensive academidresearch       institution  located in southeast
                                                                                           vrience                                    s
                                                                                                       at the high school evel; master’ degree desirable.                                                  Was R.mgton with a student enrollment      of 16,000.
                                   Sally Guerette                                                                                                                                                          Closing date for applications   is July 6,1967, or until position is filled.
                             Assistant Athletic Director                                                                                                                                                   A     lications consisting  of covering     letter, resume, and names,
                                    Patrick Gym                                                                                                                                                            a# resses and telephone       numbers     of at least three professional
                               University of Vermont                                       three references no later than June 30, 1                                                                       references may be directed to:
                               Burl&$Tir@y                                                                                                                                                                                              Dr. Edward M. Bennen, Chair
                                                                                                                            Mr. Dat-yl Lake
                                                                                                                   Assoc. VP for Human Resources                                                                                 Director of Athletio’ Search Committee
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Washington   State Universi
                      Deadline for applications      July 6, 1987.                                                       Edinboro Universi  of Pa.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    442 French Administration     814?.dmg
                                                                                                                            Edinboro, PA 1zwl                                                                                              Pullman, WA 99164-1043
                 EQUAL OPPORlUNITY/AFFIRMATlVE
                        ACTlON EMPLCMER                                                             An equd oppomity/-                                       action empbyer                                       WSU k an equal opporlunity,                     affirmative action employer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         THE NCM          NWS/Jurm            24.1917          23

                                                                                                     nor&h po&lo.l In dhkuc IIainlrlg avaihbk          being sought for rhls fidMim.    12mmth                                                      quern. Bachebis Degme required.-s
                                                                                                     wust 1.1987. bbeeir    degree md NATA             posiu0” in 4 depend        with combined                                                     prdmed.      BultE opcllcm       on college ln.YI
                                                                                                                                                           s
                                                                                                                                                       mm’ and wrrieis~m.Scndkttcrd                                                                 In athletic ticket opcnticm.      tinddgc      d

The Market                                                                                                                                             applicltim   vfth resume. references
                                                                                                                                                       sarr+ksd~wdctozDrWm.L
                                                                                                                                                       Shbrecher,DlrrcmrdAfhkd~,Vdpami~
                                                                                                                                                                                             and
                                                                                                                                                                                                   ester, Unlwxl    1501 Central St. Evan-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   ton. IL 6OMl. x orthwestern is an Equd
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    LDT(IS 12-3 and tbe PactdIn S&ware is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    desk&k.      staltxg sday: $19.147. Cmlract
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    the~~tt.OldDorrunmUnl.
                                                                                                                 dcdkgcvohbyJuiyl5to:                  Universitv. Vdmmfso.   IN 46xU~             )ppor&ni(y/ARlm       Acucm Emphyer.             verslty.    arfdk VA 235Oi3, 861/44@3000,
                                                                                                     %I??   IP
                                                                                                             U. Dl-      d Atiktks.     Hddelberg                                                                                                   for appliatlon     and sdditlowl details.


                                                                                                                                                       K.6 degrees mdbbkz    tumort. fees. -.
                                                                                                                                                       bard and stlpmd; contact John %lllngs.
                                                                                                     kdrb-WagmrCoI                     e NCM           YD. 71013903227.
                                                                                                     lh4slc.n I. 13sport progrml with%&on    Ill                                                   Upend includes all tuition. books. room.
                                                                                                     odbmll; tuition, fees, mom, board and SC                                                                                                       the &Ice suppofi SM. 2) Hwe. train and
                                                                                                                                                                                                   mrd end university incidental experts            sup&u    ticket dike net.4 staff. 3) Prepnrc
                                                                                                     mdc-Jnhnxnlldmn.718/390~.                                                                     lusuptoQoopnmmthoverlOmmm                        depmlu d alI &kUc -yc        and assist wfth
Assistant A.D.                                                                                                                                                                                     crlod. Appllc4tlons.    resum
                                                                                                                                                                                                   hould k sent to Dnn fiDonald.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   and s4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       SlD.“e” SL
                                                                                                     Equipment Manager                                                                             rthkbc c
                                                                                                                                                                                                   rpue. LA T?= w64297.
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                                                                                                     w            Mmuga     Western Mkhl an Unl.
                                                                                                     ernttyisscCpang~icationsfor&pOSi
                                                                                                     ion d athI& equipmet% marqe~           This b a                                               kket Manager                                     tie. skills. 4) c&.npu@r ==a---#=
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    rkrtce in ml&c        tkkurlg     pl-dcmd
                                                                                                     ull4wne. 12-mm&       posittorI. under the su                                                                                                                                                  e
                                                                                                                                    AtilMc  DIrector                                                                                                deadlirrforreceipda
                                                                                                     rrvfdondfh-
                                                                                                     his individual wtll order. issue and main-in                                                                                                   1987. Applkmb         sbouv-=i’send a kUer 13.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  J”b              d
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    awlrtion.      a resume Md a USI d refmcea
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Akh     includes tekpbme      numbers ID: Ml-l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Cros%AthkucT~~w~~.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           See The Market. page 24



                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ECAC Metro Conference
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Assistant Commissioner
                                                                                                                                                                                                    The ECAC Metro Conference is seeking an individual to assist
kmwkdgedthepdncipkqpmbkmsand                                                                                                                                                                        the Commissioner in all facets of runnin the Conference.
method, d   public and business ndminlsba-                                                                                                                                                          Major emphasis will be in the area of pub B~city and statistics
bon. lncludlng orgatiti       and fkcd mnn-
agetnec& varktng lwwidge         d rtotidcal                                                                                                                                                        along with duties regarding championships and the eneral
and research methods. ability to l~mn            ragulmd. R&w       d appliistkma    ~&IS    Jufy                                                                                                   admtnistration of the league. Person must possess ai-.II@ to
IagicaJ. sm3fyr.e snd sdw opedng         prd
km        qm-bflan    and mmh’ mgmmt      plan
                                                 I. 1987. Submlt      resume.   tmn.udUs.    and                                                                                                    type and use personal computer.
md ~mtiate ~ctjctions to implement     group
decitiorur. ddim proceduml proMems, drnv                                                                                                                                                            Person should possess strong background in writing and
valid concluslon~ and est&llh    md maintain
                                                                                                                                                                                                    publications. Conference wrience helpful. Position available
                                                                                                                                 s
                                                                                                                              Men’ Baseball Coach                                                   ;l!nA, 1987, or as soon after when qualified candidate is
                                                 athkUc mldng morn, supervl~
                                                 tminen. md mnintcnancc
                                                                                   d s&dent
                                                                             d all necessary
                                                                                                                                   (Division 9
                                                 recmds. Sabrywill comrwnsurate    wtth
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Please send cover letter, resume and references to:
                                                 dence. Applkation  deadline: I5 Jufy 1 7.
                                                                                        Yr             Responsibilities:            The position of head baseball coach carries
                                                 Send~summdthreekttemdrccammn                          with it all the responsibilities and duties expected of a Division                                                       Chris Monasch
                                                 dation tc): Chdnopher    8. Mords. AtbMc
                                                 Director. Dnvidsm Cd      e Post Offke Bau            I program. Those duties include: Practice and game organiza-                                                Commissioner, ECAC Metro Conference
                                                 1750. kdson.     NC 260%                              tion; utiliiation of sound teachin techniques; professional                                                     Fairleigh Dickinson University
Athletics Trainer                                Head AthkUc lWna      PM-time pcM!on. 9%              conduct of self, staff and team; bu %get management; schedule                                                         Rutherford Cam us
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Rutherford, NJ. 0 7 070
                                                                                                       consultation with A.D.; development of recruiting program;
~tAtl&UcsTnlncrUniveni~ofT~                      Supervise student’ &istancc
                                                 teaching. New, large, well
                                                                                     and Ii&&d
                                                                                  uipped facility.
                                                                                                       maintenance of high safety standards; service to alumni,
at Ausw. Stating Date: August 1. 1987.                                                                 development office and community; program goals and objec-
Quallficaoons: Master’ degree. NATA certifi
                       s                         Qu.MkaUons:      BA with NA A cenifkaUon.
                                                                              4
                                                                              ‘
c&o?. eligjbili;r f:Ttis        ticensure ~r$    Apply to: Dick Walker. Heed Phpical Educe.            tives for pla ers; academic consultation for student-athletes;
erpenencc I” a ma r sports. Resporwbllu          tion and Athkucs. waltbu       Cd ege, wawly,
ties: Assisting in all  ases of the he&h care    b-4 x677,3i9/352838.            f+ai oppanu           conduct an J knowledge of rules and regulations pertaining to
managemeni program that services 7 highly        nity/AKkmatk     Ac~an Employer.                      UVM, ECAC and NCAA, teach physical education activities.
                              s
cormedtlve DIVISIONI women‘ intercolleqiate      Athl&Tt&flUl-               Herdelberq toll     e     Qualifications:                                s
                                                                                                                           A minimum of bachelor’ degree, master’       s
tea&     asslstmg in the supervision d <km       is accpeting ~ppllc&ons       for fulltim*, 31
                                                                                                       preferred. College coaching experience highly desirable.
                                                                                                       Remuneration:       The salary will be dependent ON experience
                                                                                                       and qualifications for a 9-month a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            SOUTHERN
                           Head Baseball Coach
                            Saint Leo College
                                                                                                       basis EXCELLENT           FRINGE ~~~~.“~~~~~~%t~~’
                                                                                                       Inter&ted candidates should send a cover letter and resuml
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            CONFERENCE
                                                                                                       to:
                              s
     Qualifications: Master’ degree in physical education required,
  Ph.D. preferred. Successfulexperience in college coaching and/or                                                                                                                                  The Southern Conference is now accepting nominations and
                                                                                                                                         Sally Guerette                                             applications for the position of:
  high school coaching required. Ability to recruit and succwfully                                                                 Ass&ant Athletic Director
  complete the administrative task of the position and some teaching
  duties.                                                                                                                                 Patrick Gym                                                                Assistant          to the      Commissioner/
     Saint Lw I College is a co-educational Catholic college located 30                                                              University of Vermont                                                                    Supervisor            of Officials
  miles north of Tampa, Florida. The college is a member of the NCAA                                                                 Burlington, VT 05405
  Division II and participates in the prestigious Sunshine State                                                                          802/-l                                                    This position will become vacant upon the retirement of J.
  Conference.                                                                                                                                                                                       Dallas Shirley on April 15,1988. Mr. Shirley, a member of the
     Pleasesubmit letter or application and resume listing experience                                                     Deadline for applications July 6, 1987..
  in coachin and recruiting. Also submit sup rting documents and                                                                                                                                    Basketball Hall of Fame, and supervisor of officials for The
  names an8 telephone numbers of three rep”     erences to:                                                                                                                                         Southern Conference for 21 years, will become Supervisor-
                                                                                                                     EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMA~
                           Nor;. ~~(I~~nan                                                                                  ACTION EMPLOYER                                                         Emeritus.
                      Division of P y&l Education                                                                                                                                                   The nominees and applicants for this position should possess
                                 P.O. Box 2038                                                                                                                                                      the following qualifications:
                             St. Leo, Florida 33574                                                                                                                                                     0 Sit           officiiting experience in football and basketball,
                                                                                                                                                                                                           preferably at the NCAA Division I level.
             Deadline for submission of applications July X,1987.                                                EAST CAROLINAUNIVERSITY                                                                l  Superior knowledge of the rules of football and basketball
                     Position Availabk: August 15,1987.
            An Alflmutive         Actbn/Equal       Opporlunity        Employer
                                                                                                                      Associate Director of AthIetics                                                      and the mechanics of officiating in both sports.
                                                                                                                          for Internal Relations                                                        l   Excellent skills in the area of communications, interper-
                                                                                                                                                                                                            sonal relationships, and public relations; and strong
                                                                                                       Reporting directly to the Director of Athletics, the qualified                                       leadership ability.
                                                                                                                                       s
                                                                                                       candidate will have a Master’ Degree; 4 ears athletic                                            l   A willingness to relocate to Asheville, North Carolina,
                   FtESENTA~
      COMPLIANCEREF’                                                                                   administration experience (preferably in an r?CAA Division
                                                                                                       I-A program); knowled e of NCAA regulations; collegiate
                                                                                                                                                                                                            site of the Southern Conference Commissioner’ office.s
                     NCAA Compliance                                                                   coaching e+rience an B/or collegiate competitive experience.                                 The Supervisor of officials is responsible for the recruiting,
                                                                                                                                                                                                    training, assignment, observation and on-going evaluation of
                and Enforcement Department                                                             Major responsibilities shall include, but not be limited to:                                 football and basketball officials. The Supervisor is required to
   Applications are beii accepted for an immediate opening as a                                             scheduEng of-                                                                           conduct annual clinics for football and basketball officials;
   compliance representative in the NCAA compliance and                                                          non-revenue sports;                                                                review rules changes in each sport; supervise the instmction of
   enforcement d-t.                     s
                                  The -t’             compliance section                                                                                                                            the mechanics of officiating; and generate weekly bulletins in
   was created after the June 1985 special Convention to provide                                            supuvision of -                                                                         both sports which feature discussions on play situations, rules
   support services to member institutions’ chief executive                                                      maintenance & scheduling of athletic facilities;
   officers in their renewed commitment to wter             NCAA rules                                           staging home contests for all sports;                                              interpretations, etc.
   compliance.                                                                                                   maintenance & scheduling of vehicle fleet for team                                 Additionally, the Supervisor of Officials is responsible for the
                                     s
   A compliance representative’ primary responsibilities include:                                                travel;                                                                                                                              s
                                                                                                                                                                                                    management of the Southern Conference’ D. S. McAlister
      l Campus visitation on request of a member institution to                                             supe&bn     & admlnlsbabhre badushlp of-                                                Award program. This award is presented annually to the
         assist it in analyzing the overall structure and administration                                         professional staff providing student-athlete and staff                             member institution judged as the top-rated institution in the
         of its athletics programs, and its compliance with NCAA                                                                                                                                    areas of sportsmanship, ethics, and courtesy. The Supervisor
         legislation.                                                                                               ~~~%%%zhing                        staff.                                       of Oflicials will represent the Southern Conference at national
      l Cooperation with member conference officials in assisting                                                                                                                                   supervisors’ meetings and clinics in football and basketball, as
         their institutions in rules compliance.                                                       Candidate  will assist in formulation, implementation and                                    conducted by the NCAA and the Collegiate Commissioners
                                                                                                       enforcement of Department and University policies and
      l Development of model rocedures and guidelines for                                              NCAA regulations.                                                                            hiation,         and carry out other duties as assigned by the
         successful operation of a & elks programs.                                                                                                                                                  Commissioner.
       l Implementation of the forms and pmcesses used by                                              Salary will be commensurate with experience and          lifica-
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Interested applicants are requested to file a resume, including a
         institutions in conduc ’ the required periodic self-studies                                                                                         E
                                                                                                       tions. Application must be received by July 15, 1 7. TO
                                                                                                       apply, send a letter of application, current resume, and three                                minimum of three (3) personal letters of reference, and
                                  2
         and annual financial au Is.
                                                                                                       letters of reference to:                                                                      nominators are encouraged to contact:
   This position requires a working knowledge of NCAA regula-
   tions and the abiity to communicate effectively, both orally and                                                                                                                                                    Dave Hart
                                                                                                                                          Dr. Ken Karr
   in writing. Recent administrative experience in intercollegiate                                                                   Dir&or of Athletics                                                               Commissioner
   athletiu is preferred.                                                                                                          East Carolina University                                                           The Southern Conference
   Interested candidates should send a letter of application and                                                                      Minges Coliseum                                                                 Ten Woodfin Street, Suite 206
   resume to:                                                                                                                     Greenville, NC 278584353                                                            Asheville, North Carolina 28801
                               John H. Leavens                                                                                                                                                     Salary and benefits are commensurate with background and
                       Director of Compliance Servkes                                                        East Carolina University is a constituent institution of
                                                                                                                       The Univers’ of North Carolina                                              experience. The deadline for receipt of applications is October 1,
                                     NCAA
                                 PO. Box 1906                                                                An Equal Opportunity 9 AffirmaWe Action Employer                                      1987.
                            M&ion, Kansas 66201                                                        Federal law requires proper documentation of identity and                                        The Southern             Conference     is an Equal Opportunity/
           An afiirmative action/equal opportunity employer.                                           employability prior to final consideration for this position.                                                        Affirmative    Action Employer
                                                         AthkUc Dirrctor,    Pietlfex Cd+,     kUsenhei      flnmcbl    aid -n.
                                                         mr, NC 28109.


The Market
                                                                                                                                                     and mmmkment        to the      kles and ragub      ESualwnitytnpbycr
                                                                                                                                                     Uonsdthehsimima           P NCAASuccedu             hI&mtwalml~               Bdc&d        Coach. Re
                                                                                                                                                     coaching ex@cnce         at cdl     late kvel prr   sPonsibilities    include monitorin        student.
                                                                                                                                                     fend    head varsity coach at 2 e high schoc        &lkQE.dE”kpragMS,&h                  e4iLmch
                                                                                                                                                     Ieel considered. Qsltt~              BA mquimd            team !md.        wauting.    recrating    and
                                                         Cameron Indoor Stadium. Duke Unknlty                                                        did backgmund In the fundamentals, tech                   tHaluationandsummercampp&nning.
                                                         Durham. NC 27706. Equal oppotinity   cm                                                                                                         A bachelois      &me       wtth cc.xhlng     and/or
                                                         Player.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         P     ng up*&
                                                                                                                                                                                                          bdwmnonth
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 at colkge kvel -&eed.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            omition. Send resume and
                                                                                                                                                                                                         ktms d ~co;nmndaUm b&m Jdy 1,
                                                         Basketball                                                                                  with qualifkatons
                                                                                                                                                     her da
                                                                                                                                                                         and
                                                                                                                                                                   katbn and Y
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                                                                                                                                                                                   tedmmum~
                                                                                                                                                                                                         1987. to: Dr Eaid B. Wagner, Director d
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Athletics. Georgia Sathem           Cdkge.      Lan-
                                                                                                                                                     June 30. vi3 7. to Gayllel F prat Rrwnnc            drum Um 8115. State&c.m, Genrgia 30460.
                                                                                                                                                     Offkc. Keene Smte Call~ae. Keene. NI                Am-            Actfon/Equd      Opp+arhlnlty Em-
                                                                                                                                                                                                         pkycr.

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                                                                                                                                                                                                             &-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Assistant football   coach/part-time    health or p ysical
                                                                                                                                                                                                                education teacher. Full-time non-tenure track position in a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Division I-AA. OhioValley Conference program. Coaching
                                                                                                                          SEEKING APPLICATIONS FOR                                                              responsibility for the offensive line to include active
                                                                                                                                                                                                                coaching, recruiting, kicking game, working with the off-
                                                                                                                           DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS                                                                season conditioning program, work with scouting report,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                special teams, assist with game plan, and miscellaneous
                                                                                                               The University of Akron is seeking application and nodtions                                                                 s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                duties under head coach’ direction. Teaching responsi-
                                                                                                               for the position of director of athletics, which becomes available                               bility involves one half-time teachin         assignment in
                                                                                                               effective on or before September 1, 1%7. The director of                                                                                    8.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                personal 8 community health COUTSB.I& aid 8 safety,
                                                                                                               athletics is responsible for the administration of an intercoll ’ te                             CPR or physical activity classes dependin upon educa-
                                                                                                               athletic program which encompasses ten men’ sports an$“.su(
                                                                                                                                                                   s          ‘                                 tional preparation. Master’ d ree in heatt education or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            s
                                                                                                               women’ sports at Ohio’ third lar
                                                                                                                        s                 s               t educational institution.                            physical education required. 33 lary commensurate with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                experience. Send resume, transcripts, and letters of
5mbdl
sought
            Corh.    ApplkaUans   arc being
         for (his poakian. which will include
                                                                                                               The University is a member of N it=AA Division I in all sports.                                  recommendation by July 10. 1987. to:
                                                                                                               The University has a commitment to im rove and enhance the                                                            Donald G. Combs
                                                                                                               existing athletic pr TF         and is see!ing a contemporary                                                        Director of Athletics
resume and rd-                                                                                                 management-oriente hector. Candidates must have experi-                                                          Eastern Kentuck University
bmcher. Director of Athkbcs.               Valparalw,    compsrabk     w+etience coachmg           UlllXi      ence in the administration and promotion of athletic programs,                                                       Richmond, KF 40475
Universtty, Vaiparaiso. IN 46383.                        Pan-timtll2~montb      awointmcnt.    %I.,
                                                         C0"petiuve    and mmn;;nsurste          e&
                                                                                              mith                                     knowledge and understanding of policies                                        An Equal OppottunityJAlfirmat               Action Employer
cducntio~l     liberal    a*   lnstihdon      rvlth an   cnceandqualtfkaUonrSend:LetterdAppti
                                                         catbn.     Resume, three recent letters 01
                                                                                                                                             athletics and budget management.
mrdlmnt       d 850 shdents. Rich in bnsebdl                                                                      e successful candidate must also be skilled at developing and
tmdltkm.it b a member d the NNA and                      recommendmUon. and cdkge tranrwripto tc
NCAA II. PosItion dewi~an:       Nlnmonth.               TIna Kmh. l-bad ‘
                                                         hisbn    d            NmnmL Bask&all
                                                                       IntercoUegii
                                                                                                     Coach
                                                                                       &bkUcs. San Jou
                                                                                                               maintaining community and alumni relations and have dernon-
“0”te”“red     with Facdty sm”,...MasteiS
degree requld.     R.zspmdbiUUea: Recruiting.            St& unln               one w?Bhhpn         square                                                    s
                                                                                                               &rated fund-raising experience. A master’ degree is a prereq-
                                                         San Jorrc. CA   35    192. Applidm       Dcadllnc     uisite and a terminal degree preferred. Coaching experience is
                                                         July 10.1987.
                                                         -~rrtatva5itycooctl/~rel                              desirable.                                                                                                          Director                of Athletics
                                                         Duties indudc assfsbting w          CO&I in mkr
IeUerd qtptkatbn. mume and time (3)                      cd*ew              nrnM.-                             Deadline for applications and nominations is July 15, 1987.                                              The University                     of Texas at El Paso
lraendraommndaadnto:TomCbiidrzss.                        dinsbng      at
                                                                     ?I cnt-sthkt6.s       lrsdcmc T-’ ant
                                                                                                               Please send all correspondence to:                                                          The Universi             of Texas at El Paso is accepting      applications   and
                                                                                                                                           Dr. Kathy L. Stafford                                           nominations 7 or the position of Athletic Director.
                                                                                                                                              Co-Chairperson                                               The University: UTEP is a member of the University of Texas
                Physii                     Education/Athletics                                                                    Athletic Director Search Committee                                       System and will celebrate its Diamond Jubilee, the 75th
                                                                                                                                         Tl-d&er$E       fAk&o                                             anniversary of its founding, in 1989. The University consists of
  Earlham College. a selective, rivate. coeducational liberal
  arts col     of approximately r ,000 students, seeks a Head                                                                                      I                                                       six degree-grantin    colleges (businerr administration,  educa-
  Coach !lF twb sports for Women’ Athletics. The individual
                                    s                                                                          All correspondence will remain confidential.                                                tion, engineering, f lberal arts, science,.and nursing and allied
  must head coach two of the following sports: volle@ll.                                                                                                                                                   health) and a raduate school. El Paso IS the fourth largest city
  baskddl, and/or soiIbaU. Intercollegiate coaching expenence                                                                                                                                              in Texas and tvi e university is centrally located at the foot of
  is desired. A Master’ degree or work in progress toward a
                        s                                                                                                                                                                                  the Franklin Mountains.
  Master’ degree referred. Teaching in the -program
          s                                                 is                                                                                                                                            The Program: UTEP competes in Division I-A of the NCAA
  required while a&c to contribute to the academtc program
                    ilrty                                                                                                                                                                                 and is a member of the Western Athletic Conference (WAC).
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Its intercoll                                             s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            iate athletic program includes 8 men’ sports
                                                                                                                                                                                                          (football      as
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        by et b a II , crw country, indoor track, outdoor
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      s
                                                                                                                                                                                                          track, rifle, golf and tennis) and 7 women’ sports (basketball,
                                                                                                                                                                                                          volleyball, tennis, cross counytindoor       track, outdoor track
  and transcripts. Send all materials to:                                                                                                                                                                 and golf). The women are a I lated members of the High
                                             Porter Miller                                                                                                                                                Country Athletic Conference in cross country, outdoor track
                                           Athletic Director                                                                                                                                              and tennis; the remaining s rts are independent.          Facilities
                                           Earlham       Co       e                                                                                                                                       include the S&oo&eat Sun i-r WI Stadium, l&%-seat           Special
                                     Richmond, IN 7% 74
                                                  4                                                                                                                                                       Events Center, and a tartan, all-weather track whose stands
                                                                                                                                    c0MMIss10NER                                                          will seat 15,000.
  Earlham College actively seeks applications from women,
  minorities, and Quakers.                                                                                             ATLANTlC           COAST CONFERENCE
                                                                                                               The Atlantic Coast Conference invites a lications and
                                                                                                               nominations for the po6ition of Commissiiner. Fl e Conference
                                                                                                               Office is located in Greensboro, N.C., and represents the                                  responsible for the direct administration          of all aspects of the
                                                                                                               foios~    Division I-A institutions: Clemson University, Duke
                      s
         Head Women’ Basketball Coach                                                                              .
                                                                                                                            Georgia Institute of Technol         University of
                                                                                                                                                                                                          15 intercolle     iate programs. These responsibilities
                                                                                                                                                                                                          but are not Flmited to, the following:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          include,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            fiscal management,
              (Position Reopened)                                                                                         University of North Carolina at T? hapel Hill North
                                                                                                               Marylan 1 ,‘
                                                                                                               Carolina State University at Raleigh, University of Vi&@ and
                                                                                                                                                                                                          fund-raising    for athletic   including direction of community
                                                                                                                                                                                                          support     grou s, effective      representative       of the athletic
             university of wisconsin-ste!vens Point                                                            Wake Forest University.                                                                    program and t f: e university, appropriate public relations and
  School        of Health, Physical Education, Recmtion                                         and           The Commiss ~)ner is the chief administrative officer responsible                           promotional       activities, ensuring    that athletes and sports
                                                AtftMiCS                                                      to the Executive Committee of the Conference. Championships                                 programs are in compliance           with NCAA, conference,          and
                                                                                                              are conducted in 21 sports, 12 for men and nine for women.                                  university    rules and regulations,        maintaining      close and
                     s
  The Head Women’ Basketball Coach Academic Staff,                                                                         s
                                                                                                              ;fhekwomen’ sports are basketball, cross country, field                                     harmonious relationships with the administration            and faculty,
                                                  s
  HPERA, open to all qualified individuals. Master’ in Physical                                                 oc ey, Indoor track, outdoor track, soccer, swirnmin tennis                               personnel     management,       student recruitment,        scheduling,
  Education or related areas preferred.                                                                       and voll bail. Men’ sports are baseball, basket baf cross
                                                                                                                                    s                                                                     and facility supervision.
  Res nz&UMes: Teaching: Assume appropriate teaching                                                          country, Y ootball, golf, indoor track, lacrosse, outdoor track,                            QualXcat&ms:       The university is seeking an experienced
  loa cv In an undergraduate curriculum in the College of                                                     soccer, swimming, tennis and wrestling.                                                     athletic administrator   at a level of at least Associate Athletic
  HPERA. Coaching: Duties including organizing, conducting                                                    Candidates must possess a Bachelor’ degree and have
                                                                                                                                                          s                                               Director at a Division I institution or the equivalent and who
  practices and games, recruitment of athletes, assistin in                                                   experience i” inter$olle$&e athletics +rninistration. Demon                                 has a working knowledge         of, and commitment          to, NCAA
  preparation of women’ basketball budget and sch ef ule.
                         s                                                                                    &rated admlmstratlve s ills are a requirement. The Comrms-                                  rules and re ulations. Applicants must possess stron inter-
  Communicalive skills necessary to promote program through-                                                  sioner supervises a professional staff of ten persons. The ability                          personal skif s, proven fiscal management          ability, an +ood
  out university, communi      and region. promote Division Ill                                               to represent the Conference externally and to communicate                                   oral and written and communication          skills. Must be ab e to
  basketball program an develo and maintain effective                                                         effectively its goals and policies is essential. Experience in                              work effectively with diverse individuals and roups such as
                           fY
  relationships with the faculty, sta R members, students and                                                 television negotiations, contract development and revenue                                   coaches, staff, community                             It
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          support groups, t e press, and
  administration of the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point                                                   reduction is an important criterion. Thorough knowled         of                          university faculty, administrators and student rou             Personal
                                                                                                              Fl CAA rules and procedures is critical to selection. IT ost                                integrity and an understanding                             etlcs
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              of the place o f ath plj: within
  This is a 9month              academic            staff, fuced-ten-n appointment              with                                                                                                      an academic context are crucial. Applicants              must have a
  summer camp opportunities.                                                                                  significantly, he or she should exempl’ personal int fjqy?!
                                                                                                                                                      ?
                                                                                                              dedication to the highest standards o academic an at etlc                                                                     s
                                                                                                                                                                                                          baccalaureate degree, master’ degree preferred.
  salty: Negotiable and commensurate                                   with education and                     performance.                                                                                Conditions  of Appointment:      Sala    is negotiable, based
  fzxperience (competitive).                                                                                                                                                                              upon experience and qualifications. lx cellent benefits pack-
                                                                                                              Salary will be commensurate with ualitications and experience.
  Deadline: Submit letter of ap lication. vita, three letters of                                              Starting date will be determined unt the candidate. Applications
                                                                                                                                                 3                                                        age. This is an administrative   position subject to annual
  recommendation (may be inc P   uded In a placement packet)                                                  and nominations should be received by July 6,1987.                                          mana ement reviews and does not lead to tenure. THE
  and a copy of graduate transcripts to:                                                                                                                                                                    OSI
                                                                                                                                                                                                          F’ f ION IS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE. THE EXACI DATE OF
                                                                                                              Send letters of application and resume to:                                                  APPOINTMENT     IS NEGOTIABLE.
                                        Don Amiot
                                   Director of Athletics                                                                             Mr. D. Alan Williims, Chair                                          Application Deadline: Letters of nomination and/or                       applica-
                         University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point                                                                        Search Committee, ACC                                               tion and complete resumes should be postmarked                           no later
                           Stevens Point, Wisconsin 54481                                                                                 219 Randall Hall                                                                ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                          than ]uly 15,19&‘ and sent to: Dr. Richard Burns, Chairman
                                                                                                                                        University of Virginla                                            of the Athletic    Council     and Interim    Athletic Director,
  processing of applications will begin immediately and continue                                                                      Charlottesville, VA 22903                                           Department    of Intercollegiate   Athletics, The University of
  until a suitable candidate is identified.                                                                                                                                                               Texas at El Paso, El Paso, Texas 79968.
                                                                                                                                                                                                          UTEP is an Affirmative                 Action/Equal    Opportunity     Employer
                                                                                                               notIm deadline is Ju    15. 1967 Pcnons                   5115. EOE.
                                                                                                               InPRPedinspplyihg    20 uldsmdtheirktkr
                                                                                                               d appucsUon. personal resume. and time                                                                                                                                      n ual16cafJans. Starting Date. A us! I

The Market                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           %7.L          fumln Inflxrrwbon cdl: 3#/335:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     9247. Scrcehlnglr(ll begxn ~mmedlatefy Send
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     letter d sppllcetlan. -me        and three -
                                                                                                                                                                         wuld     be rapanslble     far all aspects d the                                                            of recammmdebon           w Linda C. Hs&et&
Continued from page 24                              pervisor listed in Track G Field Begin Aug.                                                                                                                                                                                      Associak Dwemr. The Unmrsity d I-.
                                                    16, 1967. Credentials     to Sherkne   Peter,                                                                                                                                                                                    CW+X Hawk.+ Arena. Iowa City 10~1.52242.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     The University d fbws is en Equsl Oppati~
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     n4y/AKlrmah‘   K    Action Employer.
                                                    Deadhe: June 30. &ended attwwaeek                                                                                                                                                                                                ~‘sAut~C0OCh.TheUrlhwXky
                                                    nterwis   uhbl position    fkkd. MEOE.
                                                                                                              Ice Hockey                                                                                                                                                             d finnescte-Twin
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            C&s has sn opening for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     an ssst. women’ Sd?ball Coach to asi* the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               msishng head coach yn                                 hcdcaahIn.sflphasesdrecruiting.sched-
                                                                                                               ~H~~Mrl&dOMcourarla                                                                                             >rganirnuon for piacuca     a                         din      training. pracbces. games, clinks,
                                                    head cwch and/or coordlnotor. olhn .sreas                  Fullfrfme combined        e       intmenL    Admi*                                                              ecrultrnent d pmspcctiue stwdent.ethfetes,                  IC
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     pub P refatkms. pmmcdans.          Rachda’s de-
kr223,   Unkrs~ty d Arimm. Tucson. A.2                                                                         slons dlice mponsl        P lltles wzdd      in&de
85721. 602/621~2473     The University d            dmpwulbffftyass&sdbytheheedcoech                                                                                                                                           mnd other duties essf ned bj the Athkbc                 m with 1 yl. coaching e.rperience requd.
#tl&hAn~yl         oppmmky/AnimGve                  may in&de miUw,            sdwdullng.   budge                                                                                                                              hector     Cc.ntact Al 8 sn Wk. Mrecmr d
                                                    klms. finsncial afd. dlafbkfty, ecademics, CR.                                                                                                                             4thkUcs for Men. The Call c d W-r.
                                                    -”       tmlnlng. clinic, c&n s. end pmmc.                                                                                                                                 NooskxOhla44691.AAJ         98 0
                                                    brls adiicdJms.          Bach J ds draree It                                                                         maucl.dlmld-tRr*c~
Cross Country                                                                                                                                                            Lams Colkgc. Dubu ue. Iowa. lrwftes appli~
                                                                                                                                                                         catians for Soccer t osch arrd Assistem               softball
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ~:::gygy~“g:p:~kggj
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Coach Search Committee, Wamen’ Athkbc
                                                                                                                                                                         Tmck Coach. Respxwibllitks:        Organize. sd.                                                            Dept.516 15UrAuenucS&Vr~wpaUs,MN
                                                                                                                                                                         minister and coach men’ intercdleglaa
                                                                                                                                                                                                       s                                                                             5S155.A$icatiansmu*k~postmerlredby
                                                                                                                                                                                  Pmgram st the Mvision Ill levd.
                                                                                                                                                                         soccer program      et        Division                iead SoRhl Conch. The University d kws.               Juty 1.1     7 ti   Unhwsity d Mln-           IP
                                                                                                                                                                         Dew&p. implement end edmmister soccer                 :uMme     positicm in s DMuon I vmrnm’ s              an equal opportunity, affirm&      action cm.
                                                                                                                                                                                    pmgram : AssrsLtibakPmgrem.                &bell Program. Echelor’  s degm in phpr               player and specificelfy c”ca”raga      applica~
                                                    rpplkatian. resume end three IeKers d ret                                                                            ggg;a                                                 :ul educabon or related area and caachmg              tians from women and mirwribn.
                                                                                                                                                                                   mlndrab~      duUes ss assrgned by
                                                    ~mmendeUan b: Bab ordti,       Heed Footbell                                                                         Dlrector d Athletics. Qalifications:      f3A re      qeriencc    in collegiste s&bell. MB*~ s              FUfL4arwHe&t~CPkfd
                                                    Loch, Ullrmis Swtellnhersrw,   NormsI, llknds                                                                        quird.   qm-icnce     desirable. Salary: Come                                                               Hakey Coach. R-,-ring       To: The Aseisbmt
                                                    ~1761.EqualOpparbrnky/AffimurhnAca~                                                                                  t-mnsurakrvim    qwMicationsarld      upenmce.                                                              Director of Athkbcs     and rhe Head Fefd
rrdt resume, three letters drecommendeban           Jnfversity.                                               Soccer                                                                                                                                                                 Hat      Cmch TermdAppolntment:Augu
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     15.1 3 7. Sslary: C0mmensurate     with expsri.
                                                                                                                                                                         numknbyJuly13~.Robelt&e~.Dlrrnar
                                                    Gymnastics                                                Gradwte        AssIstant     Clemson       University      d Arhkbcr,       Loras Colkge. Dubuque. IWB           nnL   budget   administration.     furd-rmsing/             See The Market. page 26
                                                                                                              soccerp         ram IS see!dn        a goal                52021. Equel ~tinity/AffLnne&e           Action
                                                                                                              cosch/ar 2 uete euistnnt. % ull schabTr ID                 Gnplclyer
                                                                                                              plus &end.        Send raumes and referen&                 limd coch -Snccm            Summary. Manages.
                                                                                                              to:COam IAI Ibrahim, PO. &x31. Clemmn,                     directs and curs&es the =cer         teem from
Diving                                                                                                        buth CarolIns 29633.
                                                                                                              worrhds&awMd               LrnrocIn(alntem
                                                                                                                                                                         Sepkmber        rhmugh May.(9     monrhs). Re
                                                                                                                                                                         sponsible for the recrurbng. training end
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          PURDUE UNIVERSIIY
                                                    kklitin: Assfst heed coach in all ss~ecrs of                  sitionavailablerui~inacwnge~UvcN~                      counvling     d studentattkte..   OKnves and
cmch. mere & ivmlal’
                   s                                rmgrem. including
                                                    mrmups. condlUoning
                                                                             conducbng     precbm.
                                                                                 and competitions:
                                                                                                              E tislon Ill pmgrsm d William mrth Cdkge                   maintains operating budget far program
                                                                                                                                                                         meintains                              Pmgrsm                               s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Head Coach-Women’   Basketball
                                                                                                              Additional .sdministretin        and Mrrrg          re     Pstitir
                                                                                                                                                                         Patitir           hmd-rsrwng efforts and dml
                                                                                                                                                                                        in hand-ranq
                                                    >rganman     and SY         sianofhamemccur;                   nslbiffkes ro be .ssul’ rwd. Qslificetrons                                  alumnr. Receiws
                                                                                                                                                                         ops re cm, with alumrx Receivn general
                                                    ecruihg   rrabonsl~ !z      gymnaSt5~ prepare                                                                                                                               Posit&n: Head Women’
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   s                    Basketball     Coach.     Full-time     position,     12-
                                                                                                                         s
                                                                                                              s chelor’ degree in &sicaf             education is        supervision.                      arr Asmcrete
                                                                                                                                                                                          and reports to a” Associate
                                                    Ian d travel emngcmena:          srrmmer camp;            preferred.     Competitive      intercollegrate      or    Director d rhc Department d Intercollegiate            month     appointment.
                                                    mmdiorl     d wrrwn’   s     gymrKlstics in the             oachrn      expencncc      Is l wntisl.      Salary:     AthMcn.      Knwkdge       Need.& previous M.
                                                                                                              s 4.500 pus room and board For 9 months
                                                                                                                         4                                               perience pbying and coachrng is required               Responsibilities: Plan, or anize and condud      all phases of a compet-
.%cces.&   coschl    aperimce    on college                                                                   Submit appkcation letter, resume. and three                                                                       itive NCAA, Division I, B. rg Ten Conference        basketball     rogram,
and/or hlgh schm “B levels desked. submit                                                                     references by July 1.1967. to Pat Genouese.                ~~?d&%!;~~$;$???                                       including recruiting  supervision  of staff, budget, travel sc F:edukng,
resume & !.etkr d Interest by August 1 ta:          equirrd. Mfnimum three  end successful                    Acting Athletk Dlrectar, Willlsm Smith Cd
Coach Jeff Cavana. Head Swimming Coach.             wdting   expmience J erebfy at Ure Coke                   Iqe, Cemva, New York 14456. 3151769.                       mrurb.     players.
                                                                                                                                                                                    pfeyws.    students.   and alumni     to    public relations and promotions, summer camps, and monitoring
AthMic DEPL. Wti htStaeUnherr+,,    Day(ar.         flew and or Ulte level. Knawledac   and                                                                                                                                     athletes’ academic    performance.     Must establish      and maintain
OH 45435. An E&M       Emdavcr.                                                                                                                                                                                                 effective relationshi   with the University community,         high school
                                                    roinb for -ris~rwsbcs.              7          Full.                                                                                                                        coaches, media, an % the general public.
Field Hockey                                        imc. 12motM pa
                                                    ncnwmtcv4th~lienceaqlI&
                                                                              on. Sabry ra e: Corn.
                                                                                             CatIons.                            DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS
                                                    4dkal.    dental. and realement benefits rrr
                                                    h&d.    Skrhq     Dde: September 1.1987.
                                                    +plicMfon    De&dline: Appllcati~ or nnrni                  SOUTHEASTERN MASSACHUSEITS UNIVERSITY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Appointment          Date: August 1,1987.
pr+am.       Arranges Uavel equipment                  Phyrlal Eduatlon Insttuctor                                                                                                                                              Salary: Commensurate                with experience         and qualifications.
chases. coordinates sup&f        vrvke for E
hockey and serves a.‘      assistsnt     lacrosse                                                                                                                                                                               Appliiatbns:        Send letter of application             and complete            resume   to:
coach. Phyxal       Educatlan     mfmrrsfbfllties
include teaching three PE cksses ennualty                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Dr. Carol Menler
I” Wellness ss ~11 ss one d Uw fdlowng:              Tenure-line faculty position avail-                                                                                ram in 9 areas and activity             classes                                         Associate Athletic Director
tennts. folk dance, badminton. aembics or            able at Jamestown Community
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Room 44, Mackey Arena
wighthsinins.Un&rgnd~lc~ndgradusa                    College in Jamestown, New York.
degrees mqumd. one d which must be in                Resppnslbllltles,include    teaching                       QuaBficati          Minimum      of 5 years supervisory       responsrbrlrty    in a                                                                 Purdue Universi
                                                     ~~~~~~ educatton,coursm           with:                    college    athletic   department       and varsity coaching         ex erience.                                                                  West Lafayette, IN 47907
                                                                   women s basketball                           Master’ s degree required.         Demonstrated         leadershrp    a I?~lrty and                             Screening     of applicants will begin on July 1,19B7, and continue                         until
                                                                         s
                                                     teem an 8 women’ 8orIball or vol-                          thorough     knowledge    of intercolle     iate, intramural and recreational                                   a suitable    candidate is identified.
                                                     leyball team; recruiting and coun-                         programs. Strong communication            s 111s
                                                                                                                                                          Ti     and commitment       to student-
                                                     seling women with a special                                athlete development       philosophy.                                                                                                     AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/
                                                     interest in physical education;                                                                                                                                                                   AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER
catlon. resume, snd three ktterx d reference         and other activities     to ansure    a                                                  ran e $39,rlOO to $43 000 with exlcellent frin e
to: Mildred 8. West. Assacmk AUhk      Direc
(a& Wfflhm and Ma       Hall. The College d          gender-balanced       physical edu-                        ~~t%%i$&te                       October      1 198:. Applicatilon    must Ee
William and Me                                       cation pro ram. Masters degree                             postmarked          no later than July 6,X&‘.
23185. Deadllne:&%%k~~                               in phvsica 7 education      nagutrad.
dWilliamandMsyIs.n~qwl~~/                            with t&ching      and        coaching    ex-               Send letter of application    addressing the role of ,athletio and
Afrlrmouuc lwian Ermplnyer.                          fteri6nDa
                                                     iarty we&me
                                                                 weterred.          We oartiu~
                                                                     applicstioris from
                                                                                                                intramural5 within an academic community,
                                                                                                                professional references to:
                                                                                                                                                             resume and names of 3                                                   Head Women’ Basketball Coach
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               s
                                                     minorities and women. Salary
Football                                             Range is $18.000 to $ZX3,WO.    Send                                                      Mr. Thomas M. Mulvey                                                                                  Southern University
                                                     resume and letter of intereat by                                                       Chairman, Search Committee
                                                     July 1.1987, to: Ruth Turner, Phy-                                                Southeastern  Massachusetts  University                                                                      Baton Rouge, Louisiana
                                                     sical Education Department. Jam                                                        North Danmouth,     MA 02747
                                                     mestown Community           College.                                                                                                                                      Southern University-Baton Rouge seeks a head women’           s
Cwrdinetor.   and Ass&ant       DirecbxCemr                                                                     SMU is a publicly supported      institution with an enrollment    of 5,XKt
                                                     525 Falconer Street. Jamestown.                                                                                                                                           koybaII     coach to assume the responsibility of implementing
                                                     New      York   14701.      jCC    IS hnnlj                day division    students.   Its modern      710-acre campus     is located
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        te program KI accordance wtth the r&s and reguIations
                                                     and full committed to the princt-                          between    Providence,    RI, and Cape Cod and is approximately          60
       m leaen d recommend&x           OR to         pies o 1 affirmative action and                            miles south of Boston.                                                                                         of the77 CAA and other athletic and general
be sent by Ju 1 1987. to: Ted l-hom~s.pn.            equal opponuni       and will extend                                                                                                                                                                                        rector b0dies.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               The individual reports directly to the athletic iTming and must
Chairperson. k rch and Screen Commrltec.                                                                          butheastern            Massachusetts           Universi   is an Equal Opportunity/
Karges Center. UWRmr       Falls. Rher Falls.
                                                     itself to SW that tx ese Policies are
                                                                                                                                             Affirmative          Action Y mployer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               provide the leadership for the continuin development, opera-
Wmconsln     54022. Equal Opporhmity/Af.             fulfilled.                                                                                                                                                                tion and administration of the women’ %asketbaII program.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       s
Rrmstlw Action Employer
Aa&farrtFodbaUConch(defer&w~anb                                                                                                                                                                                                Preference will be given to candidates having versatility in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               coaching and teaching. The master’ degree preferred, but not
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               required. The position is a 12-month appointment, full-time.
  THE SfAlE UNNBlSllY       OF NRN JERSEY                                                                                                                                                                                      Applicants must possess the ability to interact with colleagues,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               students, administrators and other constituencies.
  RUTGERS HEAD COACHING
   om-sxmatNe*ak       OPPORTUNITY                                                                                                                                                                                             Other Respunsibiies:          Must be able to coach an NCAA
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Division I level basketball team; must be able to actively recruit
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               student-athletes; must be able to teach academic courses in
       HEAD COACH
     Men’ and Women’
        s           s                                                                                           s
                                                                                                           Women’ Softball                                                                                                     related physical education areas; must serve in other profes-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               sional capacities as assigned by the athletic director; must
         Volleyball                                                                                                                                                                                                            assume day-today mafk3        ment  respon5ibiifieS for the women’ s
                                                              Eastern Michigan University is seeking a talented individual to further enhance                                                                                                            3-r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               basketball program, wtt special         emphasis on financial and
  Responsible      for the Adminis-                                        s
                                                              our women’ softball program.                                                                                                                                     budgetary matters; must be able to counsel student-athletes on
  tration   and Supervision            of
  NCAA Division         I Men’ Vol-
                               s                              This person will have full responsibility for a Division I softball program includ-                                                                              personal, academic, social and career matters; must possess
  leyball and NCAA Division Ill                               ing recruiting, counseling, coaching and advising student athletes for Mid                                                                                       good communication s&Us; must possess the ability to develop
  Women’ Volleyball Programs.
          s                                                   American Conference competition. In addition, primary duties include selec-                                                                                      community    programs   and establish partnerships    with local and
  Or anize and develop the Vol-                               tion and supervision of an assistant coach, budget development and admin-                                                                                        state secondary schools; must be able to demonstrate a
  ley L II Program, including         re-                                                                                                                                                                                      commitment to the further development of the women’                s
  cruitment   of student-athletes,
                                                              istration, and contest scheduling.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               basketball program, in keeping with the philosophy of the
  coaching     effectiveness,      pm-                        We provide full scholarship funding for this major sports program and offer an                                                                                   institution.
  season conditioning,        promo-                          excellent benefits and salary package for the right person.
  tional and fund-raismg         activi-
  ties. Serve as an instructor          in                    Qualifications:            s
                                                                               a Bachelor’ degree or equivalent combination of education                                                                                       ~$y$~~g;:                                ~~;&987~
  the Recreation/Intramural        Pro                        and experience required. Five years progressive coaching experience pre-
  gram.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               SaIaryz Commensurate with qualifications and experience.
                                                              ferred with prior experience in counseling and advising women athletes de-
  Bachelor’s   Degree    required                             sirable. Previous fund raising experience a plus!                                                                                                                The University:      Southern UniversityBaton Rouge is one of
  with a Master’s D       me pre-                                                                                                                                                                                              the member campuses       of the threecampus   Southern  U&e&y
  ferred. Demon&at    3 succes+                               For consideration                we must receive detailed                            resume and three references                             by                  System. It is the largest historically black land-grant system in
  ful coaching    experience      at                          July 10, 1987 to:                                                                                                                                                the world. With an enrollment of approximately 9,500 students,
  the college   level preferred.                                                                                                                                                                                               it is comprised of seven colleges, four schools and a Junior
  Must    have   knowledge        of                                                                           Position WS
                                                                                                     P.O. Box 920 - Human Resources                                                                                            Divisiin. It is located in the capitol of the State of Louisiana, a
  NCAA rules and regulations.
                                                                                                       Eastern Michigan University                                                                                             city populated by more than 500,000 inhabitants. The athletic
  Salary dependent           upon qual-
                                                                                                            Ypsilanti, MI 48197                                                                                                program is a member of the Southwestern Athletic Conference
  ifications.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         s                     s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               and fields eight men’ and six women’ sports teams.
  Please send complete       vitae,                                                                        An Equal OpponunltylA~irmatrve           Actron Employer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Application:   Each applicant must send a resume, transcript(s),
  letter of application  and three
  references     by July 17. 1987.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               three letters of recommendation and record of coaching to:
  to:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Dr. Dana Carpenter
         Michael lannarone                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Athletic Council Chairman
       Personnel   Department                                                                                                                                                                                                                          c/o Department of Athletics
       Rut ers Univ.-Newark                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Southern University
       15 j: ashington   Street                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Southern Branch PO. Box 9942
        Newark, N.J. 07102
                                                                                                                              Eastern Michi&anUnivcrsity                                                                                            Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70813-2109
      An Equal Oppottuntty/
        Afflrmatlve Action                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Southern  University-Baton                      Rouge         is
             ln8tRutton                                                                                                                                                                                                                           an Equal Opportunity                       Employer
                                                       Wice. Keme S&k         Colkgc.   Keens.   NH                                                      Sendsktterdapplk~.u~tdr=me                             a~*ruhacanadvanraddcgrreand
                                                       33431. AAJEOE                                                                                                                     to
                                                                                                                                                         ad thre (3) lettersd recommmdmial                      a mlnimum     of 510 yearn    d   successful
                                                                                                                                                         Pamela lmv, Personnel Administrator,  Uni-

The Market                                                                                              mder
                                                                                                        pkd.
                                                                                                               Football. Me&&s    or equhdent  re
                                                                                                               pder in F!E, buslilneu, spole many
                                                                                                                                                         nraity Athlebc Aswxiation. PO. Bar 14485.
                                                                                                                                                         Ciainesvilk, !% 32604.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  year send kner d a guc&         md&aLL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  to: Tynes Hildeba rP
Continued from page 25                                                                                                                                   Volleyball                                             Tmdldates In(cr&ad   in an oppo~niiy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                :onbibute dynamic leadership to a DMdon
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        to        Northwestern State U&erri      Natchirnch”:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  LA 71497, or call 3181357. F 251.
ace. Responsibllitier:            s
                       Coach women’ soft                                                                                                                                                                                                                          omdubAmakhe~b-The
ball warn;   Ian. organize.  and conduct                                                                                                                                                                                                                          University of North Dakota is seeking a
paca~uu&n~~hcd~kga1~~4-n
studentathktea        Amid head fidd hockey                                                             m&xi at twoweek      intervals   until posiUon                                                          ~pporb~nities. health and wellness issues.        f%%%?%?%i?‘        ~&~:$;
                                                       MionalongvrlthcredmualsMdttlmleaen
                 &lion.   recrulhng. and admin.                                                         ilkd. M/EOE                                                                                             and qudii     intercollgiate competition  for     and recruiting. Stipend is a tuition waiver.
                                                       9 mcomrrendation      by Ju 15.1987. to: Dr                                                                                                                         s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                he college’ studentathletes.   Send letter of
                                                       Sbatore    R. Esposito* 21‘ Alumni Arena
                                                                                    rj                  bslsiant Tmck coah.     Bachelor’ Degrve
                                                                                                                                        s                                                                                                                         Applicants must be accctded b+JND Gradw
                                                       EiY    at Buffalo, Buffalo. NY 14260. EEO/       quired. Two yeam conchlng eupeUmce at                                                                                                                     ate Schod. Direct inquiries LO: Dave Gunther,
                                                                                                        he college +I., Emphasis on know+&                                                                                                                               s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Men’ Basketball Coach, Hplop Spar& Cent
                                                                                                        m&or e~&~rbse I” fteld evcota and ml                                                                                                                      ter. University d Noti Dakota. Grand Folks.
                                                       lObl-rupa*(~C=Ch.                                                                                                                                        polytechnic  Institute, 100 Institute Road,       Nonh lhkda 58202.UND is an Equal Op
                                                       h’m md Warmnb sslmrd+                Dut& ln-    mnd distance running. Fulldme,    12 month       raidng;demonstratedabilitytoco-unkatc                  MO-~MA01608ApplkuUon,andnom-
                                                                                                        mnkm. Coaching and recrulbrlg I” men’     s                                                                                                               poltunity Employer.
                                                       elude assiting      head con& with wrkout                                                         efIecbveiy with players and the pubuc; knob+           naUa-,s wtll be accptcd     Uthmugh July 7.
                                                       xganirspon      and evaiuadon. mcrultment d      mwd wmn’ .   Diipon I back program. Other                                                                                                                  orduab?        or Rrt-Tlme Aamktmt          MmErlb
                                                                                                                                                                of and commitment         to NCAA rules.        1987.                                             Vd+eL           Southwest Texas State University,
                                                        ros,w~sndmtathkta             andherd&                                                           Su
                                                                                                                                                         9 mlt letter of sppliiation.         resume and
                                                       & assigned by tk Dir&r            d Athletics.                                                                                                                                                              Division I, Southland Conference. Res~onw
&dine:  Juty 8. 1987. Boston University           is                                                                                                     three letters d recommendation           u): Chair.
                                                       Contact Van Wk. Director AthWcr for
                                                                  Al                   d                                                                                                                                                                           billtles: Under the uidance of the Head
ml qumi opportunity cmplaycr.
                                                       %?rl. -IlIe Cal      d Wooster. Woostec Ohio
                                                                                                                                                         man. Search Comm&e.
                                                                                                                                                         ment. Northern
                                                                                                                                                                                         Athletic Depart.
                                                                                                                                                                               Arizona Unlwrsity,        Box    Graduate Assistant                                 Womm’    S             Il&ach..ula,n.ll@.ws
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   dlhcvdkyba “a” pmgram,lncludingcvuching.
                                                       uFm.AAyEE       “e;                                                                                15400,Fla   s.~ff.Ai!86O11.Salarycomme~                                                                  recruiting, scouting, counsding,          and cam
                                                                                                                                                         surate wi 8 experience        and background.          andue      m              Graduate AMist.          spandencc.        Playing experience        required,
                                                                                                                                                         Applicadon deadline June 26.1987. NAU is               mtship availabk In our sports ioforrnntlon
                                                       Tennis                                           imUng date: September
                                                                                                        lpportunity Grployr.
                                                                                                                                     1. 1987.    Equal   DM~O~I I and a member d the Mountain
                                                                                                                                                         WestConfererae.NorfhemAdzo~Unhwity
                                                                                                                                                                                                                teparbncntsndtraini
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      room, fodball. men’
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                md tbvmcn’ bsketba 7 I. baaball. men’ and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   inlffcollqiale     expmence preferred. Stipnd
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          See The Market, page 27
                                                                                                        imd-blhdmdwc4o&camby                             is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative          Actior!
                                                                                                        z4mch. unh.enity d Flor?da, hA?heastem           L-vb=r.
                                                                                                        krdarenee. 12.month appoln+mmt         Rapon
                                                                                                        jbilities: General-To    act      the rmpmrri~
                                                                                                        ~illty for an @mum    level 07 achievement of
                                                                                                        he following area,: Coach1           RcCrUting
                                                                                                                                                         Physical Education                                           DARTMOUTHCOLLEGE
                                                                                                        Ind Administration.    SP&RC “Bi npanslbili-
                                                                                                        ies- Adminlsbalhn,      supervision and rnan~                                                                      Assistant Director
                                                                                                        mmd NCAA Assist in promoting the Uack
                                                                                                             the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     for Intercollegiate Programs
vcniy,
unm
          Hamilton. New York 13346. Colgate
            la ml AA,lEOE
                                                                                                        Id Rekl/crou country program and devel
                                                                                                        md maintain an effecth.e rebbonship      wix                                                             ~c~~~~t,~~~.t~a~~~~~~~
                                                                                                        he faculty. sta8 members, studen&        and
                                                                                                        dmlnktratcm    d rhe Unmnity      d Flatida.                                                              include assisting the Senior Associite Director in all activities
                                                                                                        2uaMicaUons: Bahelor’   s  degree required.
                                                                                                        &s&s     bgm     prderred. Minimum of firr                                                                related to student affairs such as organiziig and administering
                                                                                                        5) years coaching experience with demon                                                                   eligibiity and participation records system; developing and
                                                                                                        tratad record d success at the college/h     h   M&r   is mponsibk         for superulslng a s&R
                                                                                                        ichml level Salary: Commensurate         2%      d I2 pmfeasionals        snd for developing    a         implementing injury/medical insurance and drug/alcohol edu-
                                                                                                        x~erience and qualifice4ioru.
                                                                                                        dntment:
                                                                                                                                        bte d Ap.
                                                                                                                    August 15. 1987. Closing Dale:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ams and monitorin paid visits of prospective
                                                                                                        UI infomwtion    must be received no later                                                                Zi?Z&F%           ’                                     s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                e Assistant acts as t t e Senior Associate’ liaison
monthly. Submit kder       d application. tram                                                          hsn July 1, 1987. Applkation      Procedure:             goalsdihe
                                                                                                                                                         aducaUo~l                   Instttutlon. Q&ted
crlp(r and three ktten     d lFcommmdaaon                                                                                                                                                                         with the offices of the Dean of the College, Registrar, Health
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Services, Residential Life and Dining Services in these duties.
1987.                                                                                                                                                                                                             Qualifications: Previous administrative experience, compata-
                                                                                                                               SEARCH REOPENED                                                                                                                   s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  biity with Ivy philosophy of athletics; Master’ degree and
Swimming                                                 THE SfAIE UNMXTlV        OF NEWJERKY                                 BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY                                                                 previous training/ex   rience in ehgb&y, compliance proce-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  dures and drug&o r 01 education program.

                                                         RUTGERS                                                                           s
                                                                                                                Head Fiekl Hockey/Women’ Lacrosse Coach
                                                                                                                       Lf2cturer in PhysIcal Education
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Ap   lication hocedures:    Send letter of application, resume
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  an 8 references by July 3, 1987, to:
                                                                                                         ResponsibiMk                     s
                                                                                                                            Coach women’ varsity field hockey team                                                                            Louise oweal
 Faculty reyomibilMes       include teaching mn.              HEAD COACH                                                                       s
                                                                                                         during the fall season; coach women’ varsi lacrosse team                                                                  Senior Associate Director of Athletics
jon and seruice cour~a          Requires Mast&s
dagrae In physkd education or rebted field.                      s
                                                            Women’ Basketball/                           duting the spring season; organize and B irect practices,                                                                          Dartmouth College
Applkation     deadline Juty 8. 1967, or undl
                                                                 Softball                                games, and tournaments; assist in schedulin            securin                                                                     119 Alumni college
 positIon filled. To apply send a letter of
dkation.       vits and three cumnt M&a d                                                                officials, and budget preparation; recruit within w CAA an %                                                                      Hanover, NH Cl3755
 recomrnendatlon      to: Lynn Sctrwlzer. Chaw            Responsible for the organiza-                  University uidelines; and teach activity classes in the elective
                                                          tion. administration and su-                   physical e%cation program.                                                                                           Dartmouth College is an Equal Opportunity,
                                                          pervision of NCAA Division
                                                          III Women’ Basketball and
                                                                    s                                                                                                                                                                Affirmative Action Employer
                                                                                                         Qal&ations            s
                                                                                                                        Master’ degree recommended. Under         uate
                                                          Softball Intercollegiate Pro-                  or graduate degree in physical education preferred. F ompet-
                                                          grams. Administer all aspects                  it&e coaching experience requiti. Ability to work effectively
                                                          of program, includin coach-
                                                          ing, pre-season Con 8.itioning.                with college students, faculty and alumni.
                                                          recruiting. scouting. clinics,
                                                                                                         salary: Commensurate                    with qualifications          and experience.                              Head Track and Field Coach
                                                          fund-raising and stafi super-
Uons: Minimum         of a Bachelor’
                                   s     Degwe.           vision. Serve as an instructor                 Non-tenure track                                                                                                     for Men and Women
                                                          within our RecreatiorVlntra-
                                                          mural Program and coordi-                      E&c&e          Date: August 1.1987.                                                                                           Southern University
                                                          nate all related activities.                   A@catin       procedures: Send letter of application, resume,                                                                Baton Rouge, Louisii
                                                          Bacheloh Degree required,                      transcripts, and three letten of reference to:
                                                          with    Master’
                                                                        s       Degree        pre-                                                                                                                Southern University-Baton Rouge seeks a head track and field
                                                                                                                                    Rosalyn K. Ewan                                                               coach to assume the responsibility of implementing a coU     te
cMon      deadlIne is July 3.1987.                        z-i    %ghhLKzrzz                                                                              s
                                                                                                                    Assistant Athletic Director for Women’ Sports                                                                                                          T
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    rogram in accordance with the rules and regulations o the
                                                          College level required.                                                  Bucknell Universi                                                              I; CAA and other athletic and neral goveming bodies. The
                                                          Salary dependent upon qual-                                            Lewisburg, PA 178 3 7                                                            individual reports directly to tr e athletic director and must
                                                          ifications.                                                                                                                                             provide the leadership for the contin       development, opera-
                                                                                                                              Eluckneu~lsan                                                                       tion and administration of the track it-7 field program.
                                                          Please send complete vitae,                                    P-“-wEmpkyu
                                                                                                                --~Equala’
                                                          letter of application and three                                                                                                                         Preference will be given to candidates having versatility in
                                                          references by July 17, 1967,                                                                                                                                                                s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  coachin and teaching. The master’ degree preferred, but not
                                                          to:                                                                                                                                                     reqw -e4?. The position is a l2-month appointment, full-time.
                                                                 Michael lannarone                                                                                                                                AppIicants must possess the ability to interact with colleagues,
                                                              Personnel Department                                     cowMBIAuNIvERsITy                                                                          students, administrators and other constituencies.
                                                                 ViE${&%S                                                   TYOFNEWYORK
                                                                                                                     INTHECl’                                                                                     Other Responsibiies:       Must be able to coach an NCAA
                                                                  Newark, .J. 07102                                                                                                                               Divisiin I level track team; must be able to actively recruit
                                                                                                                 Dktor          s
                                                                                                                         of Men’ Rowing Program                                                                   student-athletes; must be able to teach academic courses in
                                                              hEp&m&w
                                                                                                               Head Coach of MS   Heavywe@t CEW                                                                   related physical education areas; must serve in other profes-
                                                                       InauMfon                                                                                                                                   sional ca cities as ass&ecl by the athletic director; must
uem.Sndmme.rdlktd-by                                                                                      CdumbiaU~intheC~ofNewYo~invitesnaminatians
July 10. 1987. to +ndk           Pratt, RKnncl                                                                                                                                                                    assume c&”  y-to-day manasment responsibilities for the track
                                                                                                          and applications for the full-t~rne position of Director of Men’s                                       and field program. with special emphasis on financial and
                                                                                                                    Program and Head Coach of Men’ H        s          ight                                       budge-     matters; must be able to counsel student-athletes on
                                                                                                                       ram. Columbia is a member of the hy      T       ue,                                       penmal, academic, social and career matters; must possess
               s
            Men’ Head Basketball Coach                                                                                  NCAA Division I.                                                                          good communication skills, must possess the abiity to develop
          .                                                                                               Qlawcations:     Successful crew coaching ex@ence at the                                                community programs and establish partnerships with local and
   QtuMbtbns:         Minimum B.A. (M.A. preferred). Demonstrated                                         hiih school, toll e or amateur level. Demo-               abUi$es                                       state secondary schools, must be able to demonstrate a
   sucmful       basketball coaching experience at the c        . te                                      in recruiting ac 83 emically qualified athletes; admin&abve                                             commitment to the further development of the track program,
                                                           %
   level; five years of head coaching experience at the high sc     1                                                                                                                                             in keeping with the philosophy of the institution.
   level may substitute for collegiate experience.
                                                                                                          within all policies and regulations of N                                                                Starting Date: Au
   Respnsibiitie~      Organize and direct all aspects of the new                                                                                                                                                 A.&i$fmDeLzu&2~1987
   Mens Basketball Program (recruiting public relations, etc.);                                           League.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          . Commensurate WI                     quali&ations and experience
   perform team-specific administrative duties in basketball such
   asbu         , dedulii,     and team travel, under the direction                                                                                                                                               The University: Southern University-Baton Rouge is one of
   of thee ’ ector of Athletics.                                                                                                                                                                                  themembercampusesofthethree~pusSoutbemUnivers&
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  System. It is the largest historically black land-grant system in
   !Ghryz $25,000 (nine month).                                                                                                                                                                                   the world. With an enrollment of approximately 9,!XlOstudents,
   General Information: Florida Ahtic        University is a state-                                                                                                                                               it is corn rised of seven colleges, four schools and a Junior
   supporteduniwrsitywithasix-sportprograminmen’sathletics.                                               ~tDa&A!3SOONASFOSSBLE                                                                                   Division. Pt is located in the ca itol of the State of Lou&ii,    a
   Located in Boca Raton, Florida, FAU is shivin to promote an                                            SaIaly coMMENsuRAlEwmi                             EXPERIENCE                                           city populated by more than !zo ,000 inhabiits.        The athletic
   athletic program which will be competitive WI sunilar institu-
                                                 If .                                                                                                                                                             program is a member of the Southwestern Athletic Conference
                                                                                                          Applicatkn: Letter of application and three letbzrs of recom-                                                                  s                  s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  and fields eight men’ and six women’ sports teams.
   lion8 in the region. Incumbent will plan and recruit for men’  s                                       mendationshouldbesubrni&dassoonaspos&k.Sendall
   bas&$ylld~&l       the 198788 academic year. Actual play will                                          information to: Mr. Al Paul, Director of Athletics, 438 Dad e                                           Appticatkms:    Each applicant must send a resume, trans-
          In                                                                                                   ical Ftiess Center, Columbia University, New York, I%                                              cript(s), three letters of recommendation  and record of
   Apptication            Pm                     Da&line          June 26,1987.                           1
                                                                                                          Yr 27.                                                                                                  coaching to:

   Ap lication Procedure: Send letter of application, resume,                                                                                                                                                                                  Dr. Dana Carpenter
   anBalistoffiver$erenceswhomaybo~n~t~                                                                                                                                                                                                     Athletic Council Chaimran
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           +~g-e!y
                           Mr. Jack Mehl, Athletic Director                                               basis of need. The University is located in New Y& C and
                              Florida Atlantic University                                                 h~d~;~undergraduate     enrollment of approximately 7 ,500                                                                   Southem Branch PO. Box 9w2
                                     PO. Box 3091                                                                                                                                                                                     Baton Rouge, Louisiana 708132109
                              Boca Raton, FIorida 33431
                                                                                                               Columbia University is committed to A&n&e                                    Action                                Southern         University-Baton                Rouge is
         An Affamative           ActioqlEqual             Opportunity           Institution                             and EIqual Opportunity programs                                                                               ~h=JOppo~Emplqrer
                                                        Miscellaneous
The Market                                                                                                      de-are ta: Dr. T&~cnm, L&ci~r d
                                                                                                                Mkun. MorlmaIul Cdkge. MoNnouttl.
                                                                                                                Iliis  61462.
                                                                                                                podbnDacrbbbn:l.~cmch:\rb
Continuedfrom                page 26                    Job beglnr Augual 15. 1987. Applicants                  Euaeball. 2. Asalmnt      Coach: F&U.    “r
                                                                                                                Physical   Education      Inactor:   Activlv
                      d
WOO. PosibiUty teaching as&ant I”                       hmldhavepiqingagrrlcrrcinbdh~.
                                                                                                                CkEses. 4 Ramk:    Ami- Pmfessor In.   or
physical education depamnent        addmmal             l-he Aubtmt     ah        Is mponaiibk     to the
                                                        head caach In each apoll and will asala in all                                                                                                                                                                     rangement. Cantact T n Hildebnnd. AU-~
      nsibilitiez. ad Sipend. send appliicm                                                                     ?i%%+%%%,                S%:TR:g;                                                                                                                          l&C Dwador, 318135 Iv”   5459
an remme to: Karen Chiaum. Head Volley.
T                                                          asn d coaching.         including   mcdtfng.
Ml Coach. Strahan Cokseum. SWTSXI. San
Mares,    Taas 76666. Deadline: Juiy 15.
                                                        L ae~areaumeandlhmktwsd
                                                        reference by Jufy 1 to: Dr. John Martin.
                                                                                                                %9,ooO- 24.OW. Fkfemed CnMa for Ewi-
                                                                                                                &imdCandidsbn:l.Coa&ngeq&erxx:
                                                                                                                                                                                              to Lou&e Albwcht
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Open Dates                                     Ubmen’   aBu*ermtI&&nLUnlnn@d
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Amona IS lwkm~ for fl home ame Decem
                                                        vJlktic Dire&x      OhlO We¶kyan univarsity.            Prlotilv d Pmference as fdbwx a. Head                             and mum
                                                                                                                                                                         applicsbon                                                                                        ber16thruDecember19.1          985 Guarantee.
                                                        Dabwm,      OH 43015         Equal Opportun~~
                                                                                                                                                                         -ate    AthlHic Director. So,rlhcm Con.                                                           Call: 602/62146QQ.
-MbntWma’a~sdt.                                         Emplcyar.                                                                                                        necbCUtSt&UniW      501 crescent %eet.             brh y            ,f$~+&~~o~~~
                                                                                                                                                                         NewHmen.cro651. 5?                                 mw home                                        wrmn’  a~ThCUnh%!                      dNew
p&y=ph~~&-                       2;       Q$$fi&fiz                                                                                                                                                                         my d the r c4ldng                    13,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              dam: January 2, 12,‘
                                                        P--1--Hoc*a-                                                                                                                                                                                                       Orleans activciy seeking teams“r or UN0
2.75   GPA    2 Collegiate      vdl&ali/~ll             ndH=d---e                                                                                                                                                            2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ‘ or 23. Cell Tom Klusnwn at 305/a.            Intitaclanal.   December    13-14. Guarantee
                                                        mmt). Simmons Cdkge b s Iwo pan~tlm                                                                                                                                 !2Ql or Tam S&z at Y)5/6462636.                d&red. Contact Joy Favalom, head Caam,
                                                        poaihms avaibbk     S.qWmbm    1.1987. Re.                                                                                                                          Uanar~~DMknEWilkesCd-                          504/2866239.
                                                        npaulblUUa   include arganimtion    and ad-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            gc has an opening for two teams        For a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Dumarnmt on January 8 and 9.1987.      Cons
                                                        EJtJgfh>I$Z%2%$ZEf                                                                                                                                                  F4:&yli, Kest Womenb Bwketball.        717/
ing. pre-        and pnt.wdmcondiion~ng.                ng
                                                        ‘ es+aelimce preferred. sabry &mm                       minor in Phpical      EducalIw!     with teaching
                                                        wate tith .+edenc-e    and qualiica6oru                                                                                                                             vanmlb BTsdabd        Dtetdm a. Cbnclrl urw
team academic rrupervkkn.             tiatancc     in                                                                                                                                                                       sr&ydPmnryhardsinseddngoreDivilMn
practice planning.. onA00r instruction and              Forwardletter d a           Ication.esume and                                                                                                                        team for u?e l&y       le Classic. December
t?avelarrangementsv&ddltl0nalrrsfpn~                    tworeferencc.to      Fit CII. Bmm.   Alhktk
                                                        Dwedor, Lmmons Cdkgc. 3OOThc Fenway,                                                                                                                                1.5. 1987. Contact: “a thkUc Director Dick
kkbes aa asslgnad bv the head coat                S4.                                                                                                                    Adams State College. North Adams, MA               ksnkr, 814/226lQQ?
pond. The assistantship          is for a twvyear       Bdcm, MA 02115. AppficaU0n.s rewivad                    ron.deraUon.    5. Application Deadline: Juty            01247   An EEO/M      employer.
period with the sfipnd            covering tuition,     after Jdy 10.1987. may not be considcrrd.                                                                                                                           h-h    Pmkddl       Gsnnon Univer&y. me.
                                                                                                                !5.1987.6.Tov            Snd ialter d applii*
rcom. bard. and a $5~                        yr         Simmons Cal+       II an Affirmative A&x/               mn. resume and       ree leaen d rec~mrner~
OppatIunityforadditidditia;slincam         a-1    bk    +al    Opp0ltunlty Em*                                  iatflan ta: John Zinda. Director d Athle&s,
through work at wmmer cam                Apphcaaon      -%+w--pArmd-                                            huer Center, Cbremrmt McKenna College.
hcedure:     Anyam I”                in the pD$akYn     h The Unmmty           d Missed         dumbfa 1s       :Iarem.xt    CA91711. ClaremontMcKenna.                  mg~radmft&6ndutin          maybeasdgned
                                                                                                                                                                         depending    upan cdkge   needs. Minimum
&add rubmtt t&tar of &~csdon.
and references to: Sue Martenam. Aswciate
                                             resume.    ucld~a~indiiurlwithabacheb?abgm
                                                        n purnaUsm or a f&ted area. or an equiva-
                                                                                                                Cwey Mudd and Scripp Colti           arc Equal
                                                                                                                                                                         Requiwnenta:     Mask&      m in physical                   IA SALLE WOMEN’ INVITATIONAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    S
                                                                                                                3ppMunny      ~wr-.                                      educatkm and related fk 73 coachmg and
                                                        hntmmblmllcmdducaUcmand~
                                                        n work in its sports infmrrlatian            omce.                                                                                                                              BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT
                                                        Primary duties include asmfting the Sporb
                                                        nformabon Dim            in publicity eff&        for                                                                                                                                           December 27-28-29,1987
d   the Grml Lakes Valley Canf-.          The           ‘c&ball and maria bamll.             c                                                                           m to Wallace 8. Nael. AcUng Athletic Direr
college II a pnvate. llbeml alta SciKrd with a          he disaemimtioion d informabm for                                                                                tar. E&harry College. Bethany, WV 26032.                                           Philadelphia, PA
reputationd academic and athktk ac&                     mrHeue”“C      rrpom. and edmib?g depsmncnt                                                                      Bethany is an Equal Opp0rhm~ty Employer
knee.                                                   wwsk(tcr. A stmng background             In athktk                                                                                                                                                       BTeam Field
                                                        &atisUo. news/featurewriUng        and computer                                                                  ~i%%!$!!:,:~
                                                        operation is deskad. Pkaw submii resume                                                                          for Academic S&c-.         Under ~minlstrative                       Contact: Kathy McNally, Assistant AD
                                                        md cdver kiter by July 8.1987. ti U&e&y                    deduration and
                                                                                                                WAXI                      cxplrcnce       required.      diracaan provides suppart thro         h the De.
                                                        ti MluouriCdumka.           P-nel          Services.    +plicantrr &ouldaerda
                                                                                                                md a mum
                                                                                                                                             IetterdappllcaUon
                                                                                                                               to Joe Eagfmvaki. Arenm Man.              mltmenl d Academic Services ? or student-                                        2X/951-1523
                                                        130 Hefnkel Bdldiyl. Cdumbia. MO 65211.                                                                          bthkte and Athktk Department compliance
                                                        wn: info. spat. ICA. MEOE                                 er,Unive&ydDaybn.D+n.OH45469                           mth NCAA PAC 10 Conference and Univep
Education,   manmg-t          or -        r&ted                                                                 zOl.Annlopp0mJunityf+byer.                               sityruksard           ulatims. Rcpalu v, the
                                                        Emxl Dbutm        Duke Uniwraky is yckfng a
discipline. Mud bc qualified to do graduate             hctor    for its rrwchlng       band. Sabry ia          atllmea~                  -Pm                            Asmtanr AU-&c 3l rector ffor Student Ser.%
work: admiaaiw to grad*          study is prenq         ~pmmmawate         with eq,etlence.     Individuals     iwfhcm     Connecticut     State Univanl(y         13    ces. Rcwidm ruk interpret&fans       far Depafi
uisite. Send fetter d applkatbn.    resume. and         nlcd        in ap@ylng should contact Joe               &+gqw4ffcandidatesforthefollwing                         mew. manIt0rs all elfqlbility funcbon~ on
three lmen of recammendation         by June 30.        Ukva. Assistant AthkUcs Director. Cameron               mdthns:                    s
                                                                                                                           Hcsd Women’ S&ball               Caach.       continui      bssm. prG&iea supped service
                  elk Pratt. Pemarmel OffIce            n&or SJadium, Duka Unfvetam~, Durham,                   espx~&lc     for coaching,        racrwhng      and      far Facu$      Athktk     RepreaentaUve.    Must
g;k      &%kge.        Keene, NH 03431. AA/             UC 27706.                                               @mrrlaMgement~s&nlwomen’      sGym.                      havecmuMcnbk knovkdgc d NCAA. PAC
                                                        -8aRhp                 CM&.      Rcsponrnbilities       mtics Coach. to assist head coach In areas                IO Conferenceand University rule8 and
Fkld Hoacr/lamrsc-(bdrutc               Aaaht-          nclude Head Coach d Women’ Softball    s                fwgmted:MatantW-‘ sDNLngCa.ach.                               ubtions.  Bachelor’ s Degree in related
mtshlp. Trenmn State Cdlcgc is seeking a                                                                        espmsible for diving instwction and coach.               fyd with 5 years uprbencc            m Athletic
  raduaw assistant to assist tith women’     s
8 l ld Hockey and Lscrosae. Rcsponsibilltica
include &sting     with all facets d the pm
gram. Poslfkm came5 a h~itiori waiver and a
stipend of ~3.ooOoO Submit applkatfan.
murm      and recommendations       tc, Sharon                                                                                        MEN’ I-EAD LACROSSE/
                                                                                                                                         S                                                                                            Director          of InsGtutional             Compliance
Gddbreenner, Trenton State Cdl          eeP~
ning?an Rd., Trenton, NJ 08625 3                                                                                                 ASSISTm                         SOCCER COACH                                                SportsMasters, Inc., consultants to the collegiate s
Gndune      Aaalsmnf. winds        Bakeliwtl                                                                                                                                                                                 industry, and committed to the principles of amateur ath p””
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       etla,
hi~10n I. ~ppa~ntment: am87        t0 52083                                                                      ResponsWtk:        The position of Head Lacrosse Coach and                                                  is looklng for a Director of Institutional Compliance. The
Sabry: To be baaed upon Untwaity Stands                    Depehent                Of Athletics                  /&&ant     Soccer Coach carries with it all the res nsibilities
ards. Playing e=periem.       BS Degree and                  Exciting opportunity for expe-                                                                                                                                  Director will assist colleges and universities in establishing
                                                          rienced fmancial manager with                          and duties expected of a Division I program. lr axe duties                                                  and monitoring corn [lance with state, federal, NCAA,
                                                          proven succ3ss in computerized                         include: practice and game organization; utilization of sound                                               USOC and other guide f!mes, as well as provides terns for the
                                                          financial systems, budget prepa-                       teaching techniques; professional conduct of self, staff and                                                continuing education of athletic staff in camp slance areas.
                                                          purchasing and financial analyak
                                                                                                                 team; budget management; schedule consultation with AD.;
                                                          and mportmg. position reports to                       development of recruiting program; maintenance of high                                                      The ideal candidate shall have a college de ree, administrative
                                                          the Director of Athletics and the                      safety standards; service to alumni, develo ment office and                                                                                           .I!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             experience in the athletic industry elt er as an assistant
                                                          Vice Chancellor for Finance and                                                                      or
                                                                                                                 community program goals and objectives P plprycers;      acade-                                             athletic director or coach! fundamental knowled e of business
                                                          Business with responsibility for
(ion &ice. A 12.month appoikment       be@n-
                                                          ovwaeeing the financial operation                      mic advising for studentdletes;     kno       e and application                                             planning and bookkeepIng, knowledge of NC WA and other
       on or about August 25, 1987. A                                                                                                                    T
                                                                                                                 of rules and regulations pertaining to UVM, CAC and NCAA;
KYleI Orb Mi’ LX      I” JOY”$“,,‘
                                 W~d&d                    of the North Carolina State Ath-                                                                                                                                   compliance systems and a commitment to the principles of
communicalon     field is                                 letics    Department.      including        cash       teach coaching lacrosse course. QuapRcaGons: A minimum                                                      amateur athletio.
and pumall?nic ting       zf lrandkn Jzz                  and ticket handling            and special                           s                  s
                                                                                                                 of a Bachelor’ d rec. Master’ preferred. College coaching
dsptPric.r-rienceinacnikgcspom                            wants managema                of R&-told8
Informaliorl &Ice Is d&red 5fDac*           ir! the       Coliseum. The Daoartment has a                         experience highly B esirable. Remunuatian: The salary will be                                               Salary and other compensation of the Directorof Institutional
area d wlkyball        An academic year dpnd
                                                          budget  of $9.5 miliion. Additional                    dependent on experience and qualifications for a ninemonth                                                  Compliance will be commensurate with qualifications and
d $7.250 accampan~n          the palbon and the
appllcanl     must be admlrsible       to WMUs            responsibilities   include capital                     appointment on a contractual basis. Appketloru       Interested                                             experience.
graduate     school     Send resume, letter d             oroiect anaivsis. oolicv and oro-                      candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
0ppUcaUon. list of references and vmting                                                                                                                                                                                     A plications and nominations should be directed to Sports-
aampks by July 15 to John BmUy. Spotis
Infmrnatinll Director, Western Mkhigan uni-                                                                                                            Sally Guerette                                                        hf asters, Inc., F!O. Box 25670, Shawnee Mission, Kannsas
n&y.      Kalamazw. fichigan       49008.5166.
                                                                                                                                                Assistant Athletic Director                                                  66225.
 lhduate~spat$ild-alrl
 N               Louisiana Tech Universily Is                                                                                                      Patrick Gymnasium
                                                          agernent     experience;  CPA    re-                                                    University of Vermont
motions Director in all areas relaled to Worn             ferred.     Knowledge    of N f? AA                                                     Burlington, VT 05405
en’ Basketball This 19 a nine-month
   s                                                      Guidelines,    accountmg and aud-
beginni   fall 1487 and Includes a $Iram
                                       .OOO.OO            iting standards, and relevant State                     Dcadlne for Applkations:                      July 22,19B7.                                                         Northern Michigan University invites applications
                   s
sbpend. %a chelor’ degree in journalism,                  Regulations          deairabfe.
rrmkting.  bushem man                                                                                                                                                                                                                                for the position of:
                                                              Please send letter of applica-                              An AfihMve                A&on/Equal              Opportunity Employs
                                                          tion,
                                                          July
                                                                    resume and salary
                                                                    17, 1987. to:
                                                                                            history      by                                                                                                                         Assistant Director Of Athletics
                                                                        James T. Valvano
                                                                      Director    of Athletics
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       For Business Operations
                                                            North      Carolina     State University                                                                                                                                           Full-Time         - 12-Month          Position
                                                                       Campus Box 8501
                                                                    Raleigh,North Carolina                                       THE STATE UNNERSITY OF NEW JERSEY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Northern Michigan University is a ublic regional state university


                                                                                                                                 RUTGERS
                                                                         29696-8501
                                                                     An EOIAA    Employer                                                                                                                                                                      P
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              of 7,500 students and 900 empoyees located in Michigan’         s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              beautiful Upper Peninsula on the shore of Lake Superior.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Responsibilities:   Responsible for the Game Management of
                                                                                                                                                   Campus               at Newark                                             Athletic Department programs; sale of advertisement for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              tickets, programs etc.; assist in ticket sales, advertisement and
                      s
         Head Women’ Basketball Coach/                                                                                                                                                                                        promotion of Athletic Department events; coordinate and
           Physical Education In&n&or                                                                                             Assistant Director Of Athletics/                                                            write computer prqams         for the department in areas of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              budgets,. academic progress and specific program needs.
                                 (Search Reopened)                                                                                      Head Baseball Coach                                                                   Responstble for monitoring all financial transactions in the
    Coaching: Duties consist of all phases of a competitive NAIA                                                  Responsible for the’   developrnent, supervision and coordina-                                              department. Exercises direct supervision over the Equipment
    Women’ Basketball program, including budgetin
             s                                                                                                    tion of the Recreation/Intramural         Program. Assist in staff                                          Supervisor, Athletic Trainers and Secretaries.
    raising, recruiting, promotions and public relations. &ii:::                                                  supervision and appointments, bud eting and general pro-                                                    Minimum      Qualifications:         s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Master’ Degree in Business
    in the program in accordance with NAlA and institutional                                                      gram develo ment. Reports to the 8. Irector of Athletics and                                                Administration or related area. One year experience in writing
    ru4es and regulations. Concern for the academic welfare of                                                                      llng
                                                                                                                  assists in fulfl -P- the responsibilities of leadership, adminis-                                           computer programs and working with budgets. Related athletic
    the student-athlete. Additional duties as assigned by the                                                     tration and coordination of all assigned functions for men                                                  experience.
    Athletic Director.                                                                                            and women relative to intercollegiate athletics.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Desired Qualifications: Knowledge and experience in use of
    Insttucljon: Teach health and health education in the physical                                                Head Baseball Coach. Responsible for the organization,                                                      software packages, including word processing, data base and
    Education program of the School of Education.                                                                 administration and supervision of the NCAA Division III                                                     spreadsheets. Knowledge of IBM mainframe applications at the
                                                                                                                  Baseball program.                                                                                           university. Experience in computer programming.
                             s
    Qual$catjons: Master’ Degree required in health and/or
    physical education. Must have a concentration in health with                                                                                                                                                              Salary: $26,000-$30,000.
    three years of public school teaching. Ability to establish a
    good rapport and effective working relationship with players,                                                                                                                                                             Applications:    Please send letter of application, resume,
    administrators, university faculty, staff, alumni, professional                                                                                                                                                           transcripts, credentials and three letters of recommendation to
    colleagues and the general public. proven organizational,                                                                                                                                                                 the following address.
    administrative, recruiting and coaching skills.
                                                                                                                  Salary dependent upon qualifications.                                                                       Deadline: Screening of applications will begin on July 13,1987.
    Salary: Commensurate                      with experience and qualifications.
                                                                                                                   Please send complete vitae, letter of application                                  and three                            Barbara Beck, Personnel Asst.-Employment
    Applicalionx Letters of a lication, a current resume and                                                       references by July 17,1987, to:                                                                                                Northern Michigan University
    complete transcripts shoupbe sent by July 6,1987. to:                                                                                                                                                                                      2.04 Cohodas Administrative Center
                                                                                                                                              Michael lannarone                                                                                        Marquette, Ml 49855
                                   Jeff Steele                                                                                              Personnel Department
                            Acting Athletic Director                                                                                        Rutgers Univ./Newark                                                              It is expected this position will be filled no later than July 27,
                  Universi~ of South Carolina at                                                                                             15 Washin on Street                                                              1987.
                                                                                                                                 , , .,:. / ~‘~~ark, R a,-&~,                         ./     ’
                                                                                                                      An~~~y&&l~~on
                                                                                                                              ..,.II.a .A, 4 ,.., ,I- ..l.lD.-Lll”“.,““..“,..,..~,,~~“-~~~.””~..~I
                                                                                                                  -“U,c,“~,~...‘
20     THE NCAA NEWS/June       24,1967


 NCAA sets                                                                           Conference officials find no sign
 seminar                                                                             of gambling scheme in agents’  deals
 for August                                                                              Officials of the Southeastern and
                                                                                     Big Ten Conferences say they are
                                                                                                                                                                            “1 am so out of touch with this
                                                                                                                                                                            gambling stuff. Years ago, maybe
    Registration brochures for the                                                   satisfied there were no gambling                                                         d
                                                                                                                                                                            I’ make a little bet here and there.
 annual NCAA Professional Devel-                                                     schemes involved in recent revela-                                                     But right now, at age 55, 1 am
 opment Seminar have been sent to                                                    tions that some basketball and foot-                                                   basically unhip and square.
 athletics directors, promotions di-                                                 ball players had accepted money                                                            “If you said to me right now,
                                                                                                                                                             ROM
 rectors and ticket managers at all                                                  from sports agents during their var-                                    M.
                                                                                                                                                                            ‘Norby, where can 1 make a $5 bet
 NCAA member institutions.                                                           sity athletics careers.                                                 Barren
                                                                                                                                                                            on a game?’ I would not know
    The seminar, scheduled August                                                        The players-from      the University                                               where to tell you.”
 5-7 at the Hyatt Regency Crystal                                                    of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, and the                                                            Big Ten officials and Assistant
 City near Washington, D.C., will be                                                 University of Iowa       admittedly ac-                                                U.S. Attorney Howard M. Pearl
 devoted entirely to marketing and                                                   cepted cash payments from New                                                          examined the 1986 Rose Bowl film,
 promotions.                                                                         York sports agents Norby Walters                                                       but the game no longer is under
    Topics for the seminar include                                                   and Lloyd Bloom in violation of                                                        scrutiny.
 season ticket sales, fund-raising,                       ‘
                                                          m                          NCAA rules for signing postdated           looked at,” said Alabama athletics              The four players who signed with
 event promotions, promotions in a                   Cad R. Miller                   contracts to be represented by the         director Steve Sloan.                       the New York agents are among
 competitive market and licensing.                                                   agents.                                       Bobby Ross, head football coach          about 60 athletes who have been or
. The seminar also will include                                                          The Atlanta Journal and Consti-        at Georgia Institute of Technology,         will be subpoenaed by a Federal
 panels on radio networking, tclevi-
 sion shows, and promotions and
                                          Miller named                               tution reported that there is no
                                                                                     evidence that Bloom and Walters
                                                                                                                                         s
                                                                                                                                said, “It’ scary. The possibility of a
                                                                                                                                gambling connection is something
                                                                                                                                                                            grand jury in Chicago that is con-
                                                                                                                                                                            sidering various aspects of Bloom’      s
 increased media exposure for Divi-
 sions 11 and III programs. A com-
                                          president                                  are involved in point shaving, but
                                                                                     the notion that agents on college
                                                                                                                                we have to deal with. I think an
                                                                                                                                 agent can get a hook in a kid and
                                                                                                                                                                            and Walters’ dealings with college
                                                                                                                                                                            athletes.
 plcte list of panelists will be                                                     campuses were giving money to              gambling could come into play.                  The entire Walters case, said Uni-
 published in the next issue of The
 NCAA News.
                                          of NACDA                                   players worried college athletics
                                                                                     officials who believe there is poten-
                                                                                                                                   “We constantly warn our players,
                                                                                                                                but what happens is a dollars-and-
                                                                                                                                                                            versity of Mississippi athletics di-
                                                                                                                                                                            rector Warner Alford, “is another
    The advance registration fee of          Carl R. Miller, athletics director      tial for a gambling scandal any time                             ve
                                                                                                                                cents thing; and you’ still got kids        reason to continue to educate ath-
 $185 for NCAA members includes           at the IJniversity of the Pacific, has     money is exchanged in violation of         taking drugs even after Lenny Bias          letes to the dangers of dealing with
 the seminar workbook and all mate-       been elected president of the Na-          NCAA rules.                                died, so you can see how hard it is to       agents” before their college eligibility
 rials, two continental     breakfasts,   tional Association of Collegiate Di-           SEC officials checked game films       make them understand what they              has expired.
 two luncheons, and two receptions.       rectors of Athletics.                      involving Alabama basketball play-         can get into.”                                  “You have fear any time a kid is
 Spouse registration, which includes         Also elected during the associa-        ers Derrick McKey and Terry Goner,            Walters said he is aware that law                                        t
                                                                                                                                                                            dealing with people you don’ know
 the breakfasts, luncheons and re-        tion’ annual convention in San
                                              s                                      while       Big Ten administrators         enforcement officials have been ask-         about. These kids are pretty naive.
 ceptions, is $75.                        Diego were first vice-president, Gary      checked a film of the Rose Bowl,           ing questions. ‘&Let me tell you this,”                  t
                                                                                                                                                                            They don’ always know what
    The room rate at the Hyatt is $75     Cunningham, California State Uni-          which involved Iowa’ Ronnie Har-
                                                                                                             s                   Walters told the Atlanta newspaper.               re
                                                                                                                                                                            they’ getting into,” Alford said.
 per night for single or double occu-     versity, Fresno; second vice-presi-        mon and Devon Mitchell, who re-
 pancy. The Hyatt’     s     telephone
 number is 703/486-1234. Special
                                          dent, Eugene F. Corrigan, University
                                          of Notre Dame; third vice-president,
                                                                                     portedly were paid by the agents.
                                                                                         College athletics officials have       Early signers should face
 discount rates are available through                                                not been the only ones checking to
 American Airlines Details are avai-
 able through Fugazy Travel (8OO/
                                          Jack Lengyel, University of Mis-
                                          souri, Columbia, and secretary, Vin-
                                          cent Cullen, Community College of
                                                                                     see if there might be a connection
                                                                                     between the agents’ payments and
                                                                                                                                charges, SEC official says
                                                                                                                                   The assistant commissioner       of           Whether the courts decide a
 243- 1800).                              Rhode Island. All serve their re-          gambling, according to the Atlanta         the Southeastern Conference says            scholarship is a legally binding con-
                                          spective institutions as the director      article by David Davidson and Chris        athletes who sign contracts with            tract, Barrett insisted there is a
 SMU boosters still                       of athletics.                               Mortensen. The thought also oc-
                                                                                     curred to the FBI and the U.S.
                                                                                                                                sports agents in violation of NCAA          “moral obligation there. If you tell
                                             Nine new appointments         were                                                 rules should face tax evasion and                             re
                                                                                                                                                                            somebody you’ going to do some-
 generous to                              made to the 32-member executive
                                                                                                s
                                                                                     attorney’ office in Chicago, both of
                                                                                                                       s
                                                                                      which are investigating Bloom’ and
                                                                                                                                fraud charges.                              thing     go to school for four or five
                                                                                                                                   Robert M. Barrett, assistant SEC         years in return for an opportunity
 athletics fund                           committee.      Named to four-year
                                          terms in the university division were
                                                                                      Walters’ dealings with college play-      commissioner and a former FBI               to get an education -then 1 think
     A Southern Methodist University                                                 ers.                                       agent, called for indictments       of         s
                                                                                                                                                                            it’ an obligation the athlete should
                                          Larry Travis, Kansas State Univer-
 booster club has raised $1.5 million                                                    None of the athletes interviewed       athletes who violate terms of their         fulfill.”
                                          sity, and Douglas W. Weaver, Mich-
                    s
 for the university’ athletics depart-                                               by Federal officials implicated Wal-       grant-in-aid agreements by signing              College athletics officials “have
                                          igan State University. Named to the
 ment during a seven-week effort to                                                  ters or Bloom in any gambling              with agents. NCAA rules prohibit            blamed coaches, athletics represen-
                                          college division were Howard Elwell,
 finance athletics scholarships.                                                     scheme, and neither the U.S. attor-        student-athletes from signing with          tatives, athletics departments, put
                                          Gannon University, and Christopher
     The SMU Mustang Club ex-                                                             s
                                                                                      ney’ office nor the FBI is focusing       agents until they complete their            schools on probation          and taken
                                          Dittman, Regis College (Colorado).
 ceeded its goal by $200,000 when it                                                 its investigation on point shaving.        college eligibility.                        them off TV, and the kid walks
                                          At-large representatives are Diane
 counted proceeds from the annual                                                        Still, college officials are con-         Athletes, Barrett told aconference       away free,” Barrett said. “The feds
                                          Wendt, University of Denver; Judith
 fund-raiser, the organization      an-                                              cerned.                                    of sports lawyers in Orlando, Flor-               t
                                                                                                                                                                            don’ care whether a kid is playing
                                           M. Sweet, University of California,
 nounced.                                                                                SEC Assistant Commissioner Ro-         ida, are under the jurisdiction of a        in the Rose Bowl or not. We keep
                                          San Diego; Eve Atkinson, Temple            bert M. Barrett said, “One of the
     The Mustang        Club, a major      University; Kenneth A. Free, Mid-                                                    Federal court when they reach 17,           using the word ‘   kids.‘    s
                                                                                                                                                                                                     That’ wrong.”
                                                                                     basic evils of dealing with unscrup-       “whether the charge is stealing a car            He said colleges have the obliga-
 source of income for the athletics        Eastern Athletic Conference, and J.       ulous agents is if they are willing to     or robbing a bank or defrauding a           tion to tell athletes “they have certain
 department,       delayed this year’ s    Elaine Hieber, lowa State University.
 fund-raiser after the NCAA sus-                                                                     s
                                                                                     risk a player’ eligibility, then they      school by wire or evading income            responsibilities in connection with
                                             Miller, athletics director at Pacific   have no scruples about anything.”          tax. They (Federal officials) don’   t      the 1J.S. government. Namely, they
                 s
 pended SM U’ 1987 football season
 because of serious rules violations.     since 1984, also serves as the chair           “Any time any athlete takes                                 re
                                                                                                                                care whether you’ an all-America            have to report taxable income just
                                          of the health and physical education       money, it could be construed as                          re
                                                                                                                                or not. You’ an adult under Fed-            like any other citizen, and they can’   t
     “Considering everything that has
                                          department.      Miller was athletics      affecting the outcome of a game            eral law and as such are responsible        be involved in any scheme like fraud
                 re
 happened, we’ extremely pleased,”
                                          director at the University of North                     s
                                                                                     before it’ played, and it has to be        for your actions.”                          where messages cross state lines,
 said interim associate athletics di-
                                          Dakota (1976 to 1984) and the                                                            His comments were in The At-             whether by telephone, wire or in the
 rector Rob Kingsbury. “1 think Dal-
 las has said it hkes the Olympic         University of South Dakota (1971           Business booming,                          lanta Constitution.                         signing of fraudulent contracts.”
                                          to 1976). He is a graduate of the
 sports at the university and will
 stand behind them,” he told the          University of Wisconsin, Lacrosse;         sports agent says
                                                               s
                                          he holds a master’ degree from the             Sports agent Lloyd Bloom, who
  Associated Press.
     “When the drive started, there       University of Minnesota, Twin Cit-         with partner Norby Walters has
                                                                                                                                                     COACHING                CAREERS
  were many people who doubted we         ies, and a doctorate in educational        paid thousands of dollars to college
 could raise even half our goal, what     administration     from North Texas        players in violation of NCAA rules,                   A Nation-Wide Placement Network for
  with the economic situation and the     State University.                                       t
                                                                                     said he isn’ worrying about being               Coaches Seeking Intercollegiate Coaching Positions
  football program,“said John Bauer,                                                 the subject of a Federal grand jury
                                             Miller is serving a five-year term      investigation in Chicago, the New                   HIGHLIGHTS        OF OUR         PERSONALIZED                SERVICE
 chair of the fund drive. “To not only
                                          as an official member of the U.S.          Orleans Times-Picayune reported.
  meet our goal hut to surpass it is
                                          Olympic Committee and the United               In fact, Bloom said, business is
 just tremendous.”                                                                                                                   l   We Match Your Specific Coachmg Talents, Skills and Objet-
                                          States Collegiate Sports Council.          booming.
     “Dallas has come through for us,”                                                                                                   tives To Available, Often Unpublished Coaching Positions.
                                          He also serves on the NCAA Special             “This whole thing has enhanced
                             s
 said Welton Brown, SMU’ women’       s
                                          Events Committee.                          our business. It hasn’ hurt us. Kids,
                                                                                                            t                        l   We Work Directly With The Athletic Departments of NCAA,
 basketball coach. “This is some of
                                                                                     major stars, are calling us to be with              NAIA and JUCO Institutions To Help Fill Their Coaching
 the best news we’ had in a long
                       ve
 time. It has everyone excited.”          Report                                     us,” Bloom told the newspaper in a
                                                                                     telephone interview from his and
                                                                                                                                         Needs
     The revenue raised will pay ihe                                                                                                 l                           s/Women’
                                                                                                                                         We Specialize In All Men’          s       Intercollegiate     Sports.
 costs of an athletics scholarship for    Continuedfrom       page I                 Walters’ sports agency-world
                                                                                     Sports’ Entertainment,       Inc. ~-in              Both Full and Part-time Positrons.
 every SMU athlete on scholarship.        dent-athlete during one academic
 The fund will help support baskett       year for the use of sympathomimetic        New York.                                       l   We Keep You Updated On Available Coaching               Positions,
 ball, soccer, swimming, track, tennis    amines, primarily cold medications,            “The publicity hurt us a little at              Nation-Wide, For Which You Qualify.
 and golf.                                would result in ineligibility.             first; but now, we have no problem,”
     The Mustang Club has been one            A level (25 nanograms/ milliliters)    Bloom said                                               For Our Free Injormotionol      Package.    Coil or Write
 of the most successful fund-raising      has been established for immediate             “I promise you there will be a lot
 organizations in the country under       ineligibility sanctions for a positive     of embarrassed people. They have                                       COACHING       CAREERS
  Doug Smrth, the former executive        test for       tetrahydrocannabinol                                      m
                                                                                     nothing on Lloyd Bloom. I’ inno-                                            P.O. Box 13563
 director.                                (THC). This would preclude a pos-          cent,” he said. “Why should I sweat                                     Pittsburgh,   PA 15243
     The club raised $1.8 million last    itive finding for passive inhalation       it? I paid a few college players.                                            (412) 344-6440
 year.                                    of marijuana.                                     s
                                                                                     That’ not breaking the law.”                -

								
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