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Alexander Wolff
November 23, 1992
Join us on our quest to chart the luminous bodies and fading stars in the ever-changing universe of the college game
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November 23, 1992

Star Search

Join us on our quest to chart the luminous bodies and fading stars in the ever-changing universe of the college game

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Influential chancellors & presidents...Thomas (Hitman) Hearn, Wake Forest Paul Hardin, North Carolina Robert Maxson, UNLV

...and athletic directors Cedric Dempsey, Arizona Frank Broyles, Arkansas Joe Dean, LSU

THE MONOLITH

You could study NCAA crime and punishment for eons and still not figure out how it works. Maybe these guys could tell us:

David Berst, NCAA enforcer
Steve Morgan, NCAA legislator
David Swank, Oklahoma Law School dean and infractions committee chair

THE SUN

Dick Schultz, NCAA executive director
Tom Jernstedt, NCAA dep. exec. dir.
Dave Cawood, NCAA asst. exec. dir. for communications

MEN'S BASKETBALL COMMITTEE

Tom Butters, Duke AD (chairman)
Jake Crouthamel, Syracuse AD
Gary Cunningham, Fresno St. AD
Rudy Davalos, Houston AD
Robert Frederick, Kansas AD
Charles S. Harris, Arizona State AD
Terry Holland, Davidson College AD
Ralph McFillen, Metro Conference commissioner
C.M. Newton, Kentucky AD

BLACK HOLE
20,000 players—No rights, no voice, no power.

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