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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, February 12,'19'7c

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, February 12, 1 9i~

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WASHINGTON, D.C.
MARCH 6-13, 1976
" For Foreign students and scholars and limited number
of American students
" Meetings with government and civic leaders
" Visits to historical monuments and sites, government
buildings
" Cost: $100 (round trip bus transportation, two meals
a day, accommodations, entrance fees)
CONTACT: ECUMENICAL CAMPUS CENTER
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AFTER MANY YEARS OF DELIBERATION

By TOM CAMERON
and HENRY ENGELHARDT
"Planning for the two new
buildings began right after
World War II with the return
of war veterans and a signifi-
cant increase in enrollment
showing a greater need for
facilities. This is the culmina-
tion of over 25 years of work."
-Dr. Rodney J. Grambeau,
Sports Club coordinator and

acilities set for

former member of the Athletic
committee on Recreation, In-
tramurals and Club Sports.
Plans for increasing the intra-
mural facilities began 25 years
ago, but finances and priorities
perpetuallytrelegated the pro-
posals to the committee stage.
"Student pressure in 1967
through 1969 convinced Robben
Fleming's more receptive ad-
ministration to make moves to

build recreational
Grambeau said.

facilities,"

Other than the Margaret Bell
Pool built in 1954, it has been
48 years since the University
has expanded the recreational
facilities. Over this period, the
enrollment has quadrupled.
THE FIRST ACRICS commit-
tee, appointed by Fleming in
1968, came up with a solid pro-
posal for two new intramural
and recreational buildings in
1969, including prospective sites
and cost with primitive ideas of
what was needed in the fa-
cilities.
"It took an awful long time
to figure out financing," said
Don Canham, head of ACRICS at

the time.
From 1969 until 1972, th
mittee searched outv
methods of financing whi
ing to reduce the overall
'How it was to be pa
other than non-student fe
ments, were being invesi
but none were found fea
said Grambeau.
In this time, they also
the North Campus Building
the original Fuller Row
to Murfin Field.
ALSO DURING this
ACRICS met with "ever
ceivable interested group
as much input as to wha
into the buildings as pos
Eventually, committees

up of students and faculty were senited their final plans to the
e com- formed to plan both buildings. Regents for approval. By May
various It was decided that 3he arzhi- '3, the architects' plans for the
ile try- tecture of the buildings should intramural buildings were sub-
costs. be coherent with its surround- 'uitted and the construction of
id for, ings even though the cost would the facilities was underway.
e pay- be more. "To build a pre- The construction for the Cen-
igated, fabricated building on North
sible," Campus like the track and ten- an Campus cbnsJuc-
nis building," said Dr. Michael 74 and North Campus construc-
Stevenson, head of the IM tion started the following Oc
gmom partment, "would have really tober.
d site looked ugly." "The building time has been

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eclipse presents

Powless quits
MADISON - John Powless,
Wisconsin basketball coach
the past eight seasons, has
resigned effective at the end
of the current campaign,
A t h 1 e t i c Director El-
roy Hirsch announced yester-
day.
This makes Michigan's
Johnny Orr the dean of Big
Ten basketball coaches.
At the same time, the Inter-
collegiate Departmer *)f Ath-
letics planned to turn Yost Field
House into Yost Ice Arena, con-
struct the Track and Tennis
Building and renovate the thenj
obsolete Coliseum for intra-

very fast," Stevenson said. "The
building on Central Campus has
gone without a hitch. We have
not been bothered by labor prob-
lems or material shortages. It
has been a very smooth opera-
tion. "Weather problems have
slowed the building on North
Campus, but I have been as-
sured that the building will open
on time."
It's been 31 years now since
the need for a new building was
first discused, including seven
years of vigorous planning and
building. And even though Michi-
gan will be the nation's leader
in indoor recreational facilities,,
as Stevenson says, "we will not
have more facilities than we
need."
* * *
Next week the intramural

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make-believe world of millions
IN EARLY 1973, ACRICS and of dollars-the fiancing of the
the Athletic Department pre- new buildings.

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