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Page 10--Wednesday, March 4, 1981-The Michigan Daily
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I can take a shot in the nose, but I can't take
Michigan student Richard Keith
in reference to proposed Recreational
Sports budget cuts.
The above quote symbolizes some of the student
activism apparent at the two open meetings con-
cerning the 56 percent budget cut in Recreational
Sports. Keith, in a humorous manner, told the
Budget Priority Sub-Committee a story of over-
crowding at CCRB basketball games resulting in a
brawl and a broken nose. In a less humorous
fashion, though, Keith made the important point
that if the hours at the intramural buildings are
cut 40 percent, more serious overcrowding and
competition for facilities couldscreate more
"fighting" for recreational facilities.
Fortunately, Keith's story was not the only one
related to the sub-committee on Tuesday,
February 19 at the open meeting. In a packed
Anderson Room of the Michigan Union, 25distinct
stories of recreational use of the University
facilities were mentioned to the sub-committee-
some emotional in tone and some chock full of

statistics. Overall, the m
clear - the university
recreational facilities;
luxuries. Some of the ar
open meetings follow:
Why affect the 61,900 u
relatively small budget
words, why affect a 1
University population%
amount of savings for the
Incoming freshmeni
tramural system to adju
Club sports providet
faculty and students to
Why not charge a use
the tuition bill ($2)?
Students need the in
sports jobs to get through
Overall, the argument
numbers of Recreation
both the open meeting,
represent student and fa
few years, students have

Students defend Rec Sports .. .
... wait budget decision
iessage rang out loud and in areas other than academia, but the vocal sup-
community regards the porters at the meetings bucked the reputation.
as necessities and not Another highlight of the meeting was the unity
guments presented at the amongst students and faculty in the defense of
recreational sports. English Professor Richard
sers of the building with a Bailey, Medical Professor Paul Gilkas, and Direc-r
cut of $250,000? In other tor of the Center for Research on Learning and
large percentage of the Teaching Wilbert McKeachie each echoed the
with a relatively small concerns of students and faculty alike.
e University? For the students, Frisbee club members,
need the dormitory in- weighlifters, sailing club members, Daily editors,
ust to the rigors of the big Residence Hall directors, Olympians, and MSA
representatives comprised some of the concerned
the only opportunity for Recreational Sports users who addressed the sub-
interact on an informal committee and the Regents.
With the open meetings now history, student in-
ar fee for each student on put into the proposed budget cuts concerning
Recreational Sports is thus ended and now it's up
acome from recreational to the Budget Priorities Committee and the
h school. Executive Officers. By the end of March, a
ts presented and the large decision will be reached and the fate of
nal Sports supporters at Recreational Sports will be known. Hopefully, the
and the Regents Meeting efforts of the students and faculty in the open
aculty activism. In the last meetings will not be ignored in the final decision.
me been accused of apathy We need Recreational Sports.

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Toledo bumps Eastern, 95-88

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TOLEDO, Ohio (UPI) - Toledo out-
scored Eastern Michigan 23-16 in an
overtime period last night to win a 95-88
quarterfinal game.
The victory gained revenge for
Toledo against the team that denied the
Rockets sole possession of the Mid-
American Conference regular season
EASTERN, DOWN BY 12 points with
5:42 to play, rallied to tie the game 72-72
at the end of regulation.
In the overtime period, Toledo hit
seven of seven from the field and seven
of eight from the foul line to take a 19-8
record into the MAC semifinals in
Crisler Arena Friday night against Ball
State, which defeated Ohio University
85-70. Eastern ended at 13-14.
Eastern defeated Toledo Saturday
night to put the MAC title into the hands

of Toledo, Western Michigan, Bowling
Green, Northern Illinois and Ball State.
scored nine of his 19 points and Dan
Boyle added eight of his 20 points to
give the Rockets the win.
Boyle and Jay Lehman ended with 20
points while MAC leading scorer Har-
vey Knuckles had 18.
Jeff Zatkoff took scoring honors with
22 for Eastern, while Tim Bracey had 19
and Anthony White and Marlow Mc-
Clain had 18 each.
Loyola 86, Detroit 80
ROSEMONT, Ill (UPI) - Forward
Pete Brennan scored 21 points and
guard Darius Clemons added 20 last
night to lead Loyola to an 86-80 victory
over Detroit in the first round of the

Midwestern City Conference playoffs.
The Ramblers, 8-4 in the conference
and 13-14 overall, led 50-40 at halftime "
and never trailed after the inter-
THE TITANS, * 1-6 and 9-18, pulled
within five points, 64-59, with 11:39
remaining in the game.
But forward Brian Liston, who added
18 points, hit on two consecutive jum-
pers to give the Ramblers a nine-point
advantage and Detroit never
threatened after that.
Center Wayne Sappleton grabbed 21
rebounds and Clemons added 12 assists
for the Ramblers, who will face
Oklahoma City in Tulsa, Okla., Thur-
sday night in the second round of the
Doug Chappell scored 28 points for
Detroit and Jerry Davis scored 25.




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