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MSU paper attacks Hayes

By AP andUPI
COLUMBUS, OHIO - Ohio
State Athletic Director Ed
Weaver said yesterday he had
"no knowledge" of allegations
by the Michigan -State Univer-
sity student newspaper that two
men were paid to transport
prospective football player to
the Ohio campus.
The paper, called the State
News, said it learned from a
source "close to the OSU grid
scene for several years" that
football boosters made such
cash payments. It cited an in-
stance of two police officers

from Warren, Ohio, receiving
payments from a member of an
OSU alumni group of $75 and
$60 respectively to drive foot-
ball prospects to Columbus.
"To the best of our knowl-
edge, the students in question
received only one 'paid' visit to
the OSU campus during the
time they were being recruited
-the one authorized by the
rules," Weaver said in a brief
statement. "We have no knowl-
edge of the financial transac-
tions which were alleged to
have occurred between various
Ohio State alumni and others.

"THE ALLEGATIONS report-
ed to have been printed in the
Michigan State student news-
paper appear to be vague."
"Different sets of -NCAA and
Big Ten rules were in effect at
the various times mentioned,
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and we are not at all certain
as to what the precise violations
are alleged to be."
Officials here, he said, "have
not received any notification by
either the NCAA or the Big
Ten that charges of any kind
have been brought against Ohio
State University or that we are
the subject of any kind of in-
vestigative proceeding."
THE MICHIGAN STATE
University student newspaper
contended in its copyrighted
s t o r y that the payments
amounted to violations of NCAA
and Big Ten recruiting rules.
The story followed an admis-
sion by OSU Coach Woody
Hayes in Chicago Friday that
he supplied information on
football recruiting violations at
Michigan State to the NCAA,
launching an investigation that
culminated with the Spartans
being placed on three years
probation.
THE STATE NEWS said it
was told by the source that
Warren Policeman William Mi-
socky received $60 in January,

1975, from Frank Lafferty, a
member of the OSU Alumni
Association, to transport Kelton
Dansler to Columbus for a re-
cruiting visit.
"Yes, I remember taking
Dansler to OSU and yes Frank
Lafferty gave me $60 to cover
expenses," the newspaper quot-
ed Misocky as saying. The
source said the Warren Police-
man Steve Papalas received
$75 for taking another athlete to
Columbus for a recrrtiting visit,
the State News said.
Lafferty told the newspaper
he couldn't recall making
payments to either policeman.
AFTER HAYES' remarks
about turning in MSU at a Big
Ten football banquet last Fri-
day in Chicago, a reporter for
the student newspaper said he
attempted to question Hayes
about the allegations. He quot-
ed Hayes as responding: "I
hope you do print that. I have
a good reputation, you know,
and I'll be glad to drag you in
court." le also said Hayes
tried to grab his neck.

Soviet diver s Canada;
USSR quits U.S. diving meet

By The Associated Press
HANOVER, N. H. - The
Soviet Union, apparently still
upset by the defection of as17-
year-old member of its Olym-
pic diving team, has withdrawn
from a two-day diving meet
with the United States this
week, officials said yesterday.
A spokesman for Dartmouth
College, which was to host the
meet on Thursday and Friday,
said school officials were noti-
fied Monday that the Soviet
team would not compete. No of-
ficial reason was given.
Last week at the Montreal
Games, Sergei Nemtsanov
sought asylum in Canada.
"Obviously this is what it's
all about," s a i d Jack
Degange, Dartmouth sports
information director.
And in Montreal, Anotoly
Kolesov, deputy chief of the So-
viet delegation, told a news
conference: "The spirit of the
members of our diving team is
very bad. Just imagine how
they feel when they have to go
to the United States for a com-
petition when one of their com-
rades has been kidnapped."
Nemstanov, the 17-year-old
Russian diver who defected last
week during the Olympics, has
been granted the right to re-
main in Canada until at least
Jan. 30, 1977, the Canadian Im-
migration Ministry said.

Immigration Minister Rob-
ert Andras signed the visa
permit after Nemtsanov re-
jected a request by Soviet of-
ficials Sunday that he return
to Russia.
Imtam i grat i on de-
partment spokesman Mac Erb
said the permit will allow the
youth to remain in Canada
pending a final resolution of
his case.
Nemtsanov met with So-
viet officials, including Consul
General Mikhail Zarezov and
the Soviet swimming coach,
for 40 minutes in Ottawa Sun-

day. Montreal lawyers Alex
Paterson and David Mathe-
son accompanied the diver
and said he told the Soviet
officials that he chose to stay
in Canada of his own free
will.
What Nemtsanov was doing
during his absence of several
days was still not clear. Soviet
officials said Sunday he was
staying with the 23-old daugh-
ter of an American million-
aire, whom they did not iden-
tify. But Canadian officials said
he had traveled to central Can-
ada with a friend, whom they
did not identify.

theatrical
Directors and Designers
Ann Arbor Civic Theatre is now seeking applications for direc-
tors and designers for our 1976-77 Season: Summer and Smoke,
October 20-24: Little Mary Sunshine, December 15-19; spofford
(H. shumlin>, January 26-30; Brigadoon, April 20-24; Anastasia
(M. Murette). May 12-18. we are looking for experienced stage
directors. ,musical directors, and scene, costume. prop and light-
ing dest-ners. Interested individuals need not .be members of
AACT nor residents of Ann Arbor-we invite anyone with an
interest in these posttions to send a resume to AACT. PO Box
1993, Ann Arbor, MI 4 0106, or calt 662-7202 or 665-0063 for
further information.
AACT pays honoraria to all directing and design staff.
Note: we hope to hold interviews for director for Summer and
Smoke on August 8, 1976. Persons interested in directing this
show should contact AACT before August 7 to arrange for an
appointment. Att other positions will be interviewed in early
S ptember; final deadline for alt applications is September
8. 1970.
Ann Arbor Civic Theatre
PO Box 1993, Ann Arbor MI 48106

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