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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 24, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Longhorns take their turn LIT cited by NCAA variedviolations 1 1 i jl i i i AUSTIN AP The University of Texas has released a letter from the NCAA detailing numerous allegations of football violations over the past seven Including sonic admitted by David a former assistant and now head The allegations made public also the first day of spring football covered a period from 1980 to 1986 and resulted from an 18 month hired In December from Texas Tech to succeed fired Coach Fred admitted Monday he made mistakes as an assistant and 5was wrong In doing iMcWilliams Is mentioned with others as pro yidlng cash for athletes or arranging for athletes 6 receive some of which was The NCAA also said McWilliams and others ar ranged for athletes to receive the free use of automobiles and that McWilliams loaned his car jjo athletes on two occasions once to drive athlete to class and another lime to con personal On one 1 did loan an athlete a small amount of money to go McWIlliams said at a news On another an athlete who had flunked out of school was not able to get his transcript to try to transfer to another school I did help and 1 did loan my car for a period of 2025 minutes to an athlete for some personal If he considered the acts McWilliams They were certainly serious because theyre Certainly I made a mistake on those and I was wrong In doing he I apologize to the University of Its alumni and anyone else I caused this embarrassment The university received the Letter of Official In quiry with the NCAAs preliminary findings Fri day and released it Monday at a meeting of the University UT Athletic Director DeLoss Dodds told the council the Longhorns program has withstood the scrutiny of this extensive internal and external investigation and has emerged with no major Each of the 19 categories of violations listed In the NCAAs Letter of Official inquiry contains one or more allegations of rules said Houston lawyer Knox who was hired by UT to conduct an internal The allegations include loans and gifts of small amounts of cash to the loan of the employment of a prospective recruit by a UT alumnus while the athlete still was In high free auto transportation between an athletes home and his future employers and entertainment cash in excess of that allowed by NCAA rules for athletes who host recruits during visits to the UT officials will meet with the NCAA Commit tee on Infractions during its April 2427 meeting at Hilton and should receive the commit tees decision on punishment within a month of that he UT would have the option of accepting the deci sion or appealing to the NCAA Murray opts for N F L over COLLEGE STATION AP Quarterback Kevin who helped create controversy and back toback Southwest Conference foot ball championships at Texas will forego his final year of collegiate eligibility twice consensus all Conference announced Monday he will make available for the National jFoolball League draft April Murray said he made the decision after reassessing his NFL draft pro Aspects and to eliminate any uncer tainty for the who started spring training After talking with my family Ive decided it is in my best in terest to go ahead and pursue my professional career at this Murray My Aggie heart tells me to stay at and play another but logic tells me that I should move on and test myself In the pro The NCAA is investigating reports that Murray drove a car leased by an Both Murray and Sherrill have denied any violations of NCAA Murray was The Associated Press Sultemeier win NBTA tournament More than 50 local tennis players turned out Saturday for the New Braunfels Tennis Associations doubles tournament at the New Braunfels High School courts Jon Lindley and Clay Sultemeier teamed up to win the mens A division while John Fom brough and Jim Sanders finished second and Dick Nevltt and Bob Young were third In the mens B Don Kosuda and Bob Lewis took first Fombrough and Miller were second and Ted Huey and Bill Knight finished third Brev Bedford and Stephen Tilly won the mens C division finals as Shawn Jurlca and Reagan Overall were runnersup Mark Eickles and Matt Slocum took The Womens B division win ners were Linda Klnney Pauline Second place went to Allison Tilly and Stacy Bremer and the consolation bracket was won by Brenda Hicks and Meredith Isley NBTA President Bob Young said he was very pleased with the tournout for the second NBTA sponsored tournament of the and was particularly impressed with the number of spectators who came to watch the action Briefly Canyon Boosters meet on Tuesday The Canyon High School Athletic Booster Club will meet at 7 30 Tuesday at the Commons The athletic banquet will be the featured discussion NBHV Horseshoe meeting on Sunday There will be a meeting at 2 Sunday at the County Fairgrounds i at horseshoe courts behind the dance hall A practice will be held in prepara tion or the Spnngfest tournament the following weekend Both club members and non members are invited to attend both tournaments T Bar AA hosts college tourney T Bar M Tennis Ranch is hosting a weeklong tennis tournament March 2327 Play will begin at 9 each day and will njn all day There is no ad mission charge for tennis enUiysiasts to watch great tenjnjs Abilene OirtsHan University tops the strong list of Division 11 colleges coming the event from all over the QtJjgr schools will Ferris Staie College Seytoero JJJWs Univer sity at Oje el GBtondfe CalUBraia Bssi T U at S2J7739 for All parents and other in terested persons are encouraged to attend Discussion will include elec tion of officers for the MidCities Youth Soccer Association and plans for the fall season Natures Garden begins March 26 The Parks and Recreation Depart ment is offering Natures a program about identifying and us ing wild edible This program will have three classroom sessions and two outdoor field The first class will be at 7 Thursday at the DittUnger Memorial Library The cost is 10 to cover For more contact Mark Peltier at NBsSneed competes in allstar game New Praunfels High Schools Leon Sneed will take part in an allstar basketball game today at at the Hemisfair Arena in San The game will showcase the best players in the San Antonio The contest is a warmup for the Senior Prep Classic in Tempe and Arizona on April l through April game will eonsist of two 20 njinjAte Saead is the only players chose Iron IMA to pirtkcipajie in Utie atticfe w f San Canyon Soccer Club meets Wednesday Albreeht breaks CYO record A Albrechj of Wxe CVQ record lor Sladte 00 a JiJW flj ja offensive player of the year in the SWC and a third team AllAmerica selection behind Miamis Vinny Testaverde and Michigans Jim Har Murray announced before and after the 1987 Cotton Bowl he would return for his final year of which would have been his fifth since he was granted an extra year to compensate for a seasonending in jury early in 1984 Kevin has given us four good and he deserves the opportuni ty to on to new said head coach Jackie Sher who predicted Murray will be remembered as one of the best ever in the Southwest Sherril said an announcement in January that Murray had decided to return for another season was based more on my feelings and those of his I would be pleased to have had Kevin quarterbacking us again this fall since he is one of the if not the best quarterback ever to play in this Murray completed 212 of 349 passes for yards and 17 with eight interceptions last Wurst Game I The first of the annual meetings between the Canyon and New Braunfels varsity baseball teams take place at today at Cougar Canyon is 13 in District 134A play going into tonights meeting while the Unicorns are Smithson 12 in will be in Mountain City taking on the Hays Rebels at District 134A has two teams ranked in the Top Ten in the Lockhart holds on to fifth place with a 71 record while Fredericksburg moves up to with the same Fredericksburg plays at Kerrville Tivy tonight while Lockhart is at Schertz Photo by Leslie Kriewaldt Pistons hold off 114110 HOUSTON AP Detroits Isiah Thomas did not have a great fourth quarter or a solid second but he sank four free throws in the last three minutes when it really counted to give Uie Pistons an NBA victory over the Houston Rockets The Pistons held on for a 114110 victory Monday night The key was a solid first half Mon day night by Thomas with 13 of his 21 points and nine of his 12 and by forward Adrian Dantley with of his 25 points The 4522 Pistons are just a half game behind Atlanta in the NBA Cen tral Division Bill Laimbeer led the Pistons re bounding assault with and he also had 17 points Opposing Rockets center Akeem Olajuwon had 38 points and 13 rebounds Olajuwon is a OIKman said Detroit roach Chuck Daly Thomas praised con tributions and losers in seven oi their past nine games was hurting from the loss NBA By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L xBoston 50 18 Philadelphia 38 30 Washington 35 32 New York 21 47 New Jersey 20 48 Central Division xAllanla 46 22 xDetroit 45 22 xMilwaukee 42 28 Chicago 34 34 Indiana 33 35 Cleveland 26 43 WESTERN 735 559 309 676 672 500 485 12 14 29 30 5 12 13 I20 48 294 25 Pacific Division Lakers 54 14 794 xPortland 42 26 618 12 Seattle 35 35 20 Golden State 34 34 20 Phoenix 24 43 29 Clippers 11 55 167 42 xclinched playoff spot Mondays Cames Seattle New York OT Dallas Philadelphia 100 Indiana 101 Washington 92 Detroit Houston 10 Utah Denver 118 Todays Games Cleveland vs Boston at Conn Dallas at New Jersey Atlanta al Washington Midwest at Chicago York at Milwaukee at San Antonio A Clippers al Denver A Lakers at Phoenix San at Sacramento Mavs 76erslOO Rolando Blackman scored 38 points as the Dallas Mavericks won in Philadelphia for the first time ever Monday defeating the 76ers 103iuo Dallas was ofor6 in Philadelphia since entering the NBA in 198081 Sonics Knicks 121 The Seattle SuperSonics won in New York for the first time int five games since the Knicks i26Tl21 as McDaniel scored six of his career high 40 points in Jazz Nuggets 118 Karl Malone scored 33 points and Darrell Griffith added 20 as Utah moved 2games ahead of Houston in the battle for third place in the Midwest Division and fourth place in the Western Conference playoff race and the homecourt Pacers Bullets 92 Steve Stipanovich scored 27 points and Chuck Person helped key a 132 spurt in the fourth With the score tied and In diana got consecutive baskets from Clint Richardson and Person again to take an 8882 lead with to play Washingtons Ennis hit a 15foot jumper but the I the next seven points ai leii 9584 on a 20foot jumper by John Long with to SMU allegations turn to cheating DALLAS iAPi Southern Methodist Universi ty has hired a private investigator to look into allegations that boosters paid sorority women to sex with recruits and hired other students to lake tests for a university professor Lonnie a religious studies professor who headed the schools investigation into the foot ball told the Fort worth StarTelegram that university officials decided to hire the in vestigator after receiving anonymous telephone calls outlining the scheme The allegations surfaced Monday when broad caster Norm Hitzges quoted unidentified sources as saying that beginning m two sorority members initially were paid a weekend to have sex with football prospects The gradefixing and sexforpay scheme became known to Gov Bill Clements and some other members of the SMU Board of which Clements chaired before stepping down in January to become Texas Hitzges said It is absolutely Clements said of the radio report Kliever said the calls came to Leon vice president for legal last week In the present they felt they had to take the calls seriously and they retained a private investigator to look into Kliever said In addition to hiring the SMU of ficials have also appointed a committee to look in to the matter The Rev Bam minister of the First United Methodist Church o Fort Worth and a member of the SMU board of said the board was informed of the allegations during a meeting last Friday by interim SMI President William Siallcup Scoreboard the air pm Pro basketball Atlanta at WTBS 6 College basketball NIT semifinal USA 7 Hockey Washington at New York ESPN College basketball NIT semifinal USA 9 30 am Track and field Canyon New Brauntels Smithson V alley girls at Canyon Cougar Relays District 134 A Championship Saturdays Game Syracuse North Carolina 75 Southeast Regional Championship Fredericksburg Boerae 7 Horse racing Mutual Savings Ufe Spring ESPN 8 Rosing Frankie Randall vs SfeeltiBB lightweight ESPN Hays local sports Cajayoe yy L 69 4 0 3 l l 3 l l 222 i 2 2 I 2 l 2 2v 1 3 3 0 3 3v At Ky Providence Georgetown 73 i Regional Championship 41 Cincinnati Indiana Louisiana State 76 West Regional Championship Championship Mondays Game Syracuse Providence winner vs Midwest winner NIT National Invitation Tournament By The Associated Press Qgartertinals Saturdays Southern M 81 Salle Illinois 50 aLe 7 30 Baseball Brauufelsal Baseball Snulbsoo VaJIey Brawlels al Canyon V aUey at Hays vy NevadaLas ega IONS a 81 Basetoil Canyon at 4t Todays Games Ua 269 ouiaeni 20u Sr By vs vs Nevada 371 Semifinal losers   

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