Pale 14-Priday Mdy 29, 1981-The Michigan Daily
SPOR TS OF THE DAILY
Badgers find recruitin
a 290-pound high school All-American a lodge away from rival r
CHICAGO (AP) - An independent from Tampa, Fla., who played right the eve of last year's dead
investigation has disclosed recruiting tackle for the Badgers this past season. high school players to sign
violations at the University of Wiscon- THE REPORT was carried in ters of intent by a Wiscon
sin that will be passed on to both the -yesterday's editions of the Chicago representing the university
NCAA and the Big Ten Conference, Tribune.
says Wisconsin's faculty represen- "The investigation, which we Powers signs
tative. originated, turned up violations. The EAST RUTHERFORD,]
Frank Remington, faculty represen- question is, 'how serious are they?' " Former Michigan guard J
tative, said the violation involved the Remingtonsaid Wednesday. signed a contract with th
recruiting last year of Carlton Walker, Walker was renortedly "stashed" in Giants. the team announce
"ecruiterson Powers was picked by the Giants in the
line date for eighth round of the National Football
national let- League draft last April.
sin alumnus The Giants also announced that they
have signed North Carolina linebacker
Lawrence Taylor, their first round
N.J. (AP) - selection in the 1981 draft. Terms of this
ohn Powers contract were not disclosed.
e New York In addition, the Giants said they have
d yesterday. sgned the following 1981 draft picks:
Dave Young, tight end, Purdue; Clif-
ford Chatman, running back, Central
State, Okla.; Edward O'Neal running
back, Tuskegee; Mark Reed, quarter-
back, Moorhead, Minn.; and Byron
Hunt, linebacker, Southern Methodist.
ATLANTA (AP) - A controversy has
erupted at Georgia Tech over a group of
female students, to be called Solid Gold,
who are being organized to help recruit
football players for the Yellow Jackets.
Tech football coach Billy Curry and
the universeity's athletic association
advertised last week in the school
newspaper, the Technique, for "a
special group of young women" who
will act as hostesses for prospective
players and their parents.
THE AD attracted 40 applicants
along with some criticism from the
newspaper and the -campus radio
station WREK, who claim Solid Gold
will tarnish Tech's image.
"What it really means is that Curry
and his staff have decided it's no longer
enough to offer a player a superior
education; let's throw in some sex ap-
peal as well," wrote Technique colum-
nist Mark Tyson.
But athletic association officials say
that Solid Gold members will have to
make a serious commitment of time
and energy to the organization.
"They'll be giving up dating
privileges on the six Saturdays when
AP Photo we have home games, which is quite a
lot to give up," said football recruiting
partner secretary Susan Phinney. "We're
to the asking slot of them."
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) -' The
California Angels announced yesterday
the firing of Manager Jim Fregosi and
said that Gene Mauch, former field
boss of the Philadelphia Phillies and
Minnesota Twins, would replace him.
Fregosi, an original member of the
1961 expansion Angels, was hired as
manager in June 1978. Ie led the team
to the American League West cham-
pionship in 1979. California lost to the
Baltimore Orioles in the league playof-
But th Angels have fared poorly sin-
ce, finishing with a 65-95 record and in
sixth place in the AL West last season.
This season, they are 22-25 and in fourth
place, seven games behind first-place
Mauch has managed for 21 years, in
which time his teams have won 1,524
games. But he has never led a team to a
pennant or a division championship. He
has managed 3,232 games during his
career. He joined the Angels front of-
fice this past February.
Miwakee 7. DtoitosI
Atlanta 9. Los Angeiles 4
Cincinnati7, San Francisco 4
A day at the office
World Boxing Council heavyweight champion Larry Holmes (left) practices some give-and-take with sparring p
Jerry Williams during a workout at Joe Louis Arena. Holmes fights former champion Leon Spinks in a tribute
Arena's namesake on June12.
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