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December 11, 1992 | DANNY ROBBINS and ELLIOTT ALMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A University of Washington booster named in published reports of apparent NCAA rules violations was warned by Husky football coach Don James several years ago to act "with integrity," Mike Lude, the school's former athletic director, said Thursday. Herbert T. Mead, a Seattle businessman and prominent Husky booster, was warned by James during a discussion of recruiting tactics in James' office, Lude said. ". . .
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December 11, 1992 | DANNY ROBBINS and ELLIOTT ALMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A University of Washington booster named in published reports of apparent NCAA rules violations was warned by Husky football coach Don James several years ago to act "with integrity," Mike Lude, the school's former athletic director, said Thursday. Herbert T. Mead, a Seattle businessman and prominent Husky booster, was warned by James during a discussion of recruiting tactics in James' office, Lude said. ". . .
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December 9, 1992 | DANNY ROBBINS and ELLIOTT ALMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Some University of Washington boosters have engaged in a longstanding practice of providing Husky football players with thousands of dollars in cash and other improper benefits, including summer jobs requiring little or no work, a Times investigation shows.
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December 9, 1992 | DANNY ROBBINS and ELLIOTT ALMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Some University of Washington boosters have engaged in a longstanding practice of providing Husky football players with thousands of dollars in cash and other improper benefits, including summer jobs requiring little or no work, a Times investigation shows.
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December 10, 1992 | DANNY ROBBINS and ELLIOTT ALMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The latest charges of wrongdoing involving the University of Washington football program will be investigated by the Pacific 10 Conference as part of an ongoing probe, a conference official said. The charges, raised by The Times in stories published Wednesday, suggest that Washington boosters have regularly provided Husky players with cash and other improper benefits, including summer jobs requiring little or no work.
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