Sport: The Big Chew-Out

Meeting on foreign ground (Vancouver, B.C.), officials of the Pacific Coast Conference wrathfully studied the semi-amateur sins of P.C.C. members and let fly with a spate of decisions that should surely qualify as a new world record in a neglected area of intercollegiate competition: the longterm, free-style chew-out. After dusting off its half-forgotten rule book for the recruiting of athletes, the P.C.C. read the riot act to every one of the nine schools in the conference except Washington State, and punctuated the unprecedented bawling-out with the heaviest fines on record. Items:

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