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UCLA Cage Program Censured

September 14, 1987|United Press International

MISSION, Kan. — UCLA was reprimanded and censured today for violations of NCAA's regulations involving the school's men's basketball program.

In addition, the NCAA's Committee on Infractions announced that until the end of the 1988-89 academic year, a total of no more than four new student-athletes shall be recipients of initial, athletically related financial aid in men's basketball. The committee said the principal issues in the case arose from two events, including the provision of apartment rent during the spring of 1985 for a prospective student-athlete in men's basketball by a well-known representative of the university's athletic interests. The other event involved the recruitment of, signing of a national letter of intent by, and subsequent release from that letter of intent for an outstanding prospective student-athlete in men's basketball.

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