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a. NCAA become concerned with AIAW because they like control
b. The first approach of the NCAA, when faced with the threat of equality in intercollegiate athletics, was to attempt to limit Title IX's application
c. At its 1973 convention, the NCAA waived the regulation barring women from men's events
i. Done in part to help avoid charges of sex discrimination and help avoid offending the AIAW while avoiding any real commitment to women's athletics
d. The NCAA sensed that the idea of equal opportunity for women in intercollegiate athletics was the direct aim of the Federal Government - implement an acceptable policy without delay
e. The NCAA wanted the AIAW to affiliate itself with the NCAA - couldn't agree on 50-50 joint
f. The NCAA observed the growth of women's athletics and looked to the increased financial base and political power to be gained from exerting control over women's intercollegiate athletics
g. The NCAA excluded AIAW in Women's Committee - never shown an interest b4 title IX
h. The NCAA introduced women's championships for intercollegiate sports by offering the institutions sponsoring women's sports a proposition that ultimately led to the demise of the AIAW
i. The NCAA offered to:
i. (a) pay all expenses for teams competing in a national championship,
ii. (b) charge no additional membership fees for schools to add women's programs,
iii. (c) create financial aid, recruitment, and eligibility rules that were the same for women as for men, and finally,
iv. (d) guarantee women more television coverage
j. The AIAW could not compete with the NCAA inducements and the loss of membership, income, championship sponsorship, and media rights forced the AIAW to cease operations