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Page Ten

THE SUMMER DAILY

Friday, July 20, 1973

PageTenTHE UI6MER AIL FriayJuly20,197

TO HAL, MY PAL read the note Muhammed Ali left for Hal O'Connor yesterday. Hal, pictured above
with his mother, is a patient in St. Joseph's Hospital. He had a 15 minute private audience with the
former champ yesterday.
HOSPITAL VISIT:
Ali still a real champion to Hal

(Continued Bor nPage i1
his young daughters, Al spent
15 minutes with Hal and then
said hello to a number of other
patients on the floor. Many of
them are young men just like
Hal who are suffering from
some form of paralysis.
"HE SAID hello to Bennie,
that boy outside in the wheel-
chair, Ms. O'Conner said. Ben-
nie was injured in a diving acci-
dent and is paralyzed from the
waist down.
"It was such a marvelous
thing he did," exuded Ms. O'Con-
ner, looking almost as thrilled
Regents
consider
finances
(continued from Page 3)
The Regents also discussed
yesterday an official program
revision request which Fleming
has been asked to submit to
Milliken by August 31. The an-
nual request consists of a prior-
ity - rated listing of the funds
required by all University pro-
grams and student services. At
present the administration has
received expense reports from
all units b't h-s vet to order and
pare down the list into a budget
reon'st.
THE ". P555fl(. AM revision re-
auset does not incllde economic
adiastments for inflation or
salrv increases.
R"eant lawrence Lindemer
(R- nosinel nronosed a ceiling
for Fl-nine's final Pronosal of
$1' million I') million below the
presnt unedited total. The Re-
gents will vote at todav's meet-
ing on a motion authorizing
Flening to submit the priority
list.
In addition to the budget, the
Regents yesterday considered. a
report by the President's Ad Hoc
Communications Review Com-
mittee. The board will be asked
today to approve measures
which would stimulate use of
technical advances in teaching
methods, including better utiliza-
tion of present audio - visual fa-
cilities.
VICE PRESIDENT for Aca-
demic Affairs Allan Smith ex-
pressed hopes that such innova-
tions can be initiated without
new expenditures.
4 Cenicor
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by the visit as her son. "He
seemed like a truly wonderful
person.
Before he departed, Ali, al-
ways the poet, left a note that
read, "To Hal, my pal - peace
-Muhammed Ali, 1973.
THE former title holder signed
some autographs in the hospital
and then left for a half-hour visit
to the offices of Drs. William
Grabb and Reed Dingman, Ia-

cated across the street.
When he emerged from the of-
fice, he signed some more auto-
graphs, tossed out a few more
good quotes and then got into a
car headed for the airport.
Though he no longer holds the
official world heavyweight title,
in the minds of Hal and Mary
O'Conner, there is little doubt
that the man is anything less
than a champ.

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