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NCAA ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM
COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
FEBRUARY 27 AND 28; MARCH 13 AND 14; APRIL 17 AND 18;
JUNE 9; SEPTEMBER 27 AND 28; AND OCTOBER 4, 1978
Serial No. 95–159
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WASHINGTON : 1978
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COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE
HARLEY O. STAGGERS, West Virginia, Chairman JOHN E. MOSS, California
SAMUEL L. DEVINE, Ohio JOHN D. DINGELL, Michigan
JAMES T. BROYHILL, North Carolina PAUL G. ROGERS, Florida
TIM LEE CARTER, Kentucky LIONEL VAN DEERLIN, California
CLARENCE J. BROWN, Ohio FRED B. ROONEY, Pennsylvania
JOE SKUBITZ, Kansas JOHN M. MURPHY, New York
JAMES M. COLLINS, Texas DAVID E. SATTERFIELD III, Virginia LOUIS FREY, JR., Florida BOB ECKHARDT, Texas
NORMAN F. LENT, New York RICHARDSON PREYER, North Carolina EDWARD R. MADIGAN, Illinois CHARLES J. CARNEY, Ohio
CARLOS J. MOORHEAD, California RALPH H. METCALFE, Illinois
MATTHEW J. RINALDO, New Jersey JAMES H. SCHEUER, New York
W. HENSON MOORE, Louisiana
MARC L. MARKS, Pennsylvania
W. E. WILLIAMSON, Chief Clerk and Staf Director
ELEANOR A. DINKINS, A88i8tant Clerk
SUBCOMMITTEE ON OVERSIGHT AND INVESTIGATIONS
JOHN E. MOSS, California, Chairman JIM SANTINI, Nevada
JAMES M. COLLINS, Texas THOMAS A. LUKEN, Ohio
NORMAN F. LENT, New York DOUG WALGREN, Pennsylvania
MATTHEW J. RINALDO, New Jersey ALBERT GORE, JR., Tennessee
DAVE STOCKMAN, Michigan CHARLES J. CARNEY, Ohio
MARC L. MARKS, Pennsylvania HENRY A. WAXMAN, California
SAMUEL L. DEVINE, Ohio (Ex officio) PHILIP R. SHARP, Indiana ANTHONY TOBY MOFFETT, Connecticut ANDREW MAGUIRE, New Jersey ROBERT (BOB) KRUEGER, Texas
HARLEY O. STAGGERS, West Virgiuia
PATRICK MCLAIN, Counsel
Hearings held on
February 2, 1978.
1 115 243 471 539 605 699
PART 2 September 27, 1978.
873 September 28, 1978.
1057 October 4, 1978.
1439 Testimony of —
Anderson, Hon. Wendell, a U.S. Senator from the State of Minnesota -- 244 Armstrong, Murray, former hockey coach, University of Denver... 606 Baepler, Donald H., Ph. D., chancellor, University of Nevada System. 807 Berst, S. David, director of enforcement, National Collegiate Athletic Association.
1374, 1400, 1404 Brody, Burton F., professor of law, University of Denver..
606 Butler, Charles, Bowling Green University, and former Michigan State University assistant football coach -
195 Byers, Walter, executive director, National Collegiate Athletic Association.
990 Casey, Robert, counsel for Norman L. Sloan, basketball coach, North Carolina State University
1440 Clark, J. Brent, Special Assistant, Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee, Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce
3 Cross, Harry M., member, Committee on Infractions, National Collegiate Athletic Association.
1058 Edwards, Mike, student-athlete, Oklahoma State University
540 Fuzak, John A., Ph. D., former president, National Collegiate Athletic Association.
472 Giel, Paul, athletic director, University of Minnesota
248 Gillard, Larry, student athlete, Mississippi State University.
116 Hoefer, Dr. Jacob A., professor of animal husbandry and associate
director, Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station, Michigan
217 Holmes, Mickey, commissioner, Missouri Valley Conference
508 Hunt, William B., assistant executive director, Enforcement Program, National Collegiate Athletic Association.-
1374, 1400, 1404 Kegler, Dr. Stanley B., vice president, University of Minnesota ----248, 257 Larson, Reed, former student-athlete, University of Minnesota.
461 Leavitt, K. Michael, counsel, University of Nevada System -- -807, 820 McLain, Patrick, Counsel, Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce..
1392 Magrath, Dr. C. Peter, president, University of Minnesota
248 Matthews, William L., Jr., member, Committee on Infractions, National Collegiate Athletic Association...
1058 Miskelly, Howard, Okolona, Mississippi.
116 Neinas, Charles M., commissioner, Big Eight Conference.
Pickle, Hon. J. J., a Representative in Congress from the State of Page Texas..
891 Pursell, Hon. Carl D., a Representative in Congress from the State of Michigan.--
885 Pyles, Dixon L., attorney, on behalf of Mississippi State University -- 116 Reynolds, Arthur R., former chairman, Committee on Infractions, National Collegiate Athletic Association.
1058 Saunders, Phillip, former student-athlete, University of Minnesota, presently basketball coach, Golden Valley Lutheran College.
248 Sawyer, John W., member, Committee on Infractions, National Collegiate Athletic Association.--
1058 Scarborough, Dr. Charles, association professor of natural science,
and assistant dean, Lyman Briggs College, Michigan State Univer-
217 Sherman, Edgar A., secretary-treasurer, National Collegiate Athletic Association..
892 Simon, Ronald L., attorney, Minneapolis, Minn.-.
461, 463 Sloan, Norman L., basketball coach, North Carolina State University - 1440 Stratten, Ronald, assistant director of enforcement, National Collegiate Athletic Association.---.
1403 Tarkanian, Jerry, head basketball coach, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
807, 818 Thompson, J. Neils, president, National Collegiate Athletic Association.
892 Thompson, Mychal, student-athlete, University of Minnesota..
248 Tyler, Bob, head football coach, Mississippi State University
116, 125 Tyree, Lana, attorney, Oklahoma City, Okla
540 Vento, Hon. Bruce, a Representative in Congress froin the State of Minnesota
245 Ward, Erwin C., attorney, formerly representing Mississippi State University in proceedings before the NCAA.
116, 119 Wharton, Clifton R., Jr., Ph.D., chancellor, State University of New York, and former president, Michigan State University
156 Williams, Dr. Frederick D., professor of history and adjunct professor
of military science, Michigan State University, member, Michigan
217 Winey, David, student-athlete, University of Minnesota
248 Wright, Charles Alan, present chairman, Committee on Infractions, National Collegiate Athletic Association.
1058, 1277 Additional material submitted for the record by
Big Eight Conference, rules and regulations governing athletics and
all participation of the Big Eight Conference August 1, 1977----- 718 Gillard, Larry, student athlete, Mississippi State University, affidavit dated March 20, 1978.
154 National Collegiate Athletic Association:
Appendix I-Letter dated November 22, 1978, from J. Neils
Thompson, president, and Edgar A. Sherman, secretarytreasurer, NCAA to Chairman Moss.
1453 Appendix II—Letter dated November 27, 1978, from Michael Scott, attorney, NCAA, to Chairman Moss
1480 Attachments to Mr. Reynolds prepared statement:
Biographies of Arthur R. Reynolds, John Wesley Sawyer,
1073 History of NCAA enforcement program.
1082 Enforcement case study-
1201 Press releases: University of Denver placed on NCAA probation..
1243 University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, placed on NCAA
589 301 565
Additional material submitted for the record-Continued
University of Nevada, Las Vegas, placed on NCAA
bility Appeals--Nevada System, University of:
Correspondence between Jerry Tarkanian, head basketball coach,
University of Nevada, Las Vegas and John A. Fuzak, president,
University Senate to Jerry Tarkanian re involvement in aca-
president, UNLV, to Dr. Clarence Ray, chairman, and Mem-
gative Committee report.
Affidavit of Neal S. Burgtorf dated November 5, 1977..
ward: 'Don't Want To Be Treated Like Meat'”.
City, Mo., re press conference of President Thompson, NCAA.
(Michigan State University)---
spondence mentioned in the chronology-,
and an unidentified person named “Jim” taking place October
Devitt, chief judge, U.S. District Court of Minnesota and
potential vindictive provision in the NCAA's regulations-
re interviewing Ron Stratton.-
dated March 8, 11; April 1, 3; and June 1, 1976.
Walter Byers, NCAA dated December 10, 1973, and January 3,
1974, re October 4 telephone conversation with David Berst... Correspondence relative to the Denver case, beginning with a
telegram from Maurice Mitchell dated May 12, 1976 and ending
with a letter from Walter Byers dated September 14, 1976----
1837, Colorado Seminary (University of Denver); Kenneth Brad
and Harry E. Trorell, appellees.---
Michigan State University to Warren S. Brown, assistant ex-
an infraction of NCAA regulation No. 3–1-()-6...
dent, Michigan State University to Warren S. Brown, assistant
657 954 994