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        g ' for program expansion for womerrand the trying to reach proportionality by decreas-
        ,/> {  gf`?     Il’11tCl IS €V1d€HC€ that the athletic interests ing the number of participation opportu-
r ` °_·`       {           and abilities of the women’s undergradu- nities for men. Men°s swimming was
—         {     ate population are being satisfied, Investi- dropped by UCLA and Illinois. Baseball
lblishsdt ` ,j‘      fri {   _A     · .».. _ I· gators will start with the proportionality has been dropped by \X/isconsin and Col-
mmemmi   X if       `»;‘· ?   test, which if passed, is prima facia evi- orado State. Men`s indoor track is beinc
g   ‘‘‘l 1,   · =   r . . . . . . . . °
; " _     i dence (first sight) ofT1tle IX compliance. scrutinized at several SEC institutions. In
__f`.’|         The proportionality test poses the fol- these cases, the choice has been to use the
or   _·ii    lowing qL1€StiOn, “Does the p€fC€nt&g€ of money saved to fund expansion to
1“A‘l‘l€*i~ ``‘‘     women in the undergraduate population womens programs.
A ·  2,  .>  match the percentage of women in the ath- The dropping of men°s sports to
<€“· IP-   i ` “i·A ~   I letic program?” If the answer is “yes,°` the achieve proportionality does not fit with-
is   / institution has passed the quantity test, in C.1\/1. Newton`s definition of fairness.
  —‘·‘_   _»·‘   ’r,% EET 7 J,   and the investigator will move to an analy- He is determined that, through the
ii ii'' if iii`i ’ `     sis ofthe quality ofthat participation. aggressive pursuit of new sources of rev-
`lC· If this test is not passed, the investiga- enue and the careful cutting of costs in
wp , tion will default to the second part of the our current programs, we can serve the
I N   D   S test. At Kentucky, 52 percent of the athletics interests and abilities of both our
vcr undergraduate student population is men and women undergraduates.
female, and 30 percent of our athletes are The third part of the Title IX compli-
ul   female. In other words, we do not pass ance test is that the institution must show
the proportionality test. Our participation that it is effectively accommodating the
; ratio, however, is fairly typical for a Divi- interests and abilities of its women under-
he most controversial issue in inter- sion I program which sponsors football. graduates. This parameter has served to
T collegiate athletics today is iigender At this point in time, institutions are protect existing women`s programs from
_ equity.” At the heart of the issue is the moving in two distinct directions in order being dropped due to budget cuts. That is,
alms question "Do women deserve the same to meet the proportionality test. The first the existence of a women`s team has been
opportunities to participate in intercolle- is to increase significantly the opportunities taken by the courts to be prima facia evi-
giate athletics as men?” for women students to participate in inter- dence of interest and ability.
At the University of Kentucky, the collegiate athletics. The operative word Brown University and the University
answer is "yes." Our difficulties, however, here is “significantly.” UK has more men of California at Fullerton were ordered to
Iccmhx begip with the definition of iiopportuni- playing football than total women involved reinstate their women`s volleyball pro-
‘ tres, the practical implications of “same," rn athletics, even though we sponsor 10 grams after they cut them for budgetary
and the concomitant effects on our budget, women`s sports, more than any other reasons. Colorado State and the Universi-
established programs, staff and facilities. school in the Southeastern Conference. ty of South Carolina were ordered to rein-
C.M. Newton defines gender equity Playing football successfully at the NCAA state softball after they tried to replace
for us as “`fairness," meaning that all ath- Division I level has required more than that women’s sport with another. Okla-
letes at Kentucky will be treated in an 100 players. Since football has no compa- homa and \1(/illiam and 1\/lary were not
mcdgg honest and even-handed manner. To rable women`s sport in terms of numbers, allowed to cut women`s basketball. None
mn implement that definition, we are Haced reaching proportionality in participation of these athletics departments passed the
with several challenges. He has asked us would require the addition of four or five proportionality (CSI when they made their
gl Mmm to examine our assumptions, pro-actively women`s sports, a significant increase. decisions to cut these womens programs,
I tackle our problems and make some very At UK, women`s soccer was upgraded so the courts found the departments rn
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 outs. And Damon Hood pounded his way ( A ( A ii H ` A H i i i   ,      
    te 56 yards on nine carries. All in all it was   ,  J   , A @ ~ ,   ( f`; _ (   ` , ( ( ti (
  an opening night full ofsuccesses, ( 'i   @ @ ‘ @ ( Cj Q @ Q     g    
  Toni ht the mi hty Gators come to
  mw rs? its are tfme since mo, when        
   Ai I they defeated Kentuciliy 47-15. l:lO1`id21 1135 A
  Ziv   left victorious six of its past seven visits to THE SERIES THE COACHES  
  Yi Lexington, However, the Wildcats have Series Record: Florida leads, 26-17-0 Kentucky; Bill Curry (Georgia Tech `65)   (
  gene to Gainesville the past two seasons First Meeting: 1917, in Lexington; Car·eer Record: 69-75-4 (14th year) 1
eioliii     and given the Gators a run for their money, Kentucky won, 52-0 Record at UK; 12-22-0 (fourth year) (
 ”i Coming up short in each upset bid. In Lexington: UK leads, 10-8-0 Florida: Steve Spurrier (Florida `67) ( (
if Last week Florida pounded Arkansas in Gainesville: Florida leads, 16-4-0 Career Record; 49-21-1 (seventh year) Q
State, 44-6, amassing 513 yards in total Neutral Sites: Kentucky leads, 3-2-0 Record at Florida; 29-8-0 (fourth year) ( 1
offense. Quarterback Terry Dean took over `
ning dis the controls from three-year starter and two- THE LAST MEETING PLAYERS TO WATCH  
iinzing time SEC Player of the Year Shane Matthews 1992 in Gainesville. Florida won, 35-19 Kenrur/ey Qyjiimre (
ik VBVSU and didn’t miss a beat. Dean completed 16- Game Recap: 16 Pookie j