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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, October 28, 1980-Page 5
define itle IX

I. .

FOOTBALL
APPROXIMATE
HEAD COUNT 125
REVENUE
Gate Receipts................ ........$5,071,407
Guarantees-Away................... 635,858
Television............. ............330,577
Radio................... 55,690
Concessions ............................. 124,749
Rose Bowl ........................... 142,301
Gator Bowl.............................. 99,864
Parking ............................. 33,000
Total......... ... ...........$ 6,593,446
EXPENSES
Guarantees ............................1,669,464
Equipment............................ 88,777
Hotels/Meals ........................... 61,975
Officials............................. 18,009
Scouting ............................. 2,188
Training Table .... .................. 89,470
Transportation...................... 62,510
Film .................................. 39,466
Medical............................... 20,024
Letter Awards .......................... 7,729
Grant-in-Aid ........................... 522,110
Paid Visits...... .................... 36,464
Recruiting .......... ................. 50,000
Physicians Fee .......................... 4,840
Training... ..... .................. 35,931
Home Game Expense . ................ 19,658
Insurance .............................. 18,006
Administrative ......................... 4,000
Telephone............................ 10,000
Supplies ............ ........4,000
Publications/Photos.................. 20,000
Salaries........... ................ 295,330

Telephone . . -...........
Supplies.............
Publications/Photos ......
Salaries................
TOTAL................
BASEBALL-SO]
IV
APPROXIMATE HEAD COUNT

2,000 2,000
1,000 1,000
1,100 800
38,000 7,000
$180,317 $91,124

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GOLF

APPROXIMATE
HEADCOUNT

INCOME ..............
expenses
Equipment....... ....
Hotel/Meals .............
Transportation ............
Officials...................
M edical ...................
Video .....................
Awards-..............
Paid Visits ,...............
Recruiting - .............
Prof. Con./Misc............
Grant-in-Aid...............
Training Room........
Physicians Fee ............
Insurance............
Utilities......... ....
Administration ............
Telephone............
Supplies .....:.............
Publicity .................
Salaries ....... .......

INCOME
FTBALL Northern Open..........
4EN WOMEN EXPENSES
Equipment ................
Hotel/Meals..........
32 15 Transportation..........
$ 14,514 -0- Trimester .................
Letter Awards..........
23,577 1,210 Paid Visits ............
10,446 5,239 Recruiting ..............
19,215 2,321 Grant-in-Aid ...............
1,730 700 Miscellaneous/Prof........
1,486 147 Training ..................
191 -0- Physicians' Fee.........
1,977 54 Insurance .................
1,458 25 Maintenance ..............
2,377 132 Utilities .................
1,486 224 Administration..........
52,490 18,533 Telephone................
1,600 1,590 Supplies ...................
960 900 Publicity & Photos .......
600 400 Salaries .................

Officials...................
KEN WOMEN Medical ..................
Prof./Misc.................
10 10 Letter Awards..........
Paid Visits ................
Video .....................
$ 640 $ -0- Grant-in-Aid ...............
Recruiting ..............
Training Room.........
1,266 852 Physicians Fee........
6,691 3,932 Insurance .................
4,914 1,230 Maintenance............
1,078 290 Utilities .................
577 6 Adm. Expense .............
66 445-4 Telephone ..... ........
445 84 Supplies...............
9,067 10,162 Publications/Photos
80 -0 Publications/Photos .......
1,600 90 Salaries ...............
AIAW Guarantees.......

730
372
713
203
286
-0-
18,319
-0-
590
900
2,500
2,500
200
3,500
1,000
750

175
236
552
182
-0-
64
18,969
489
590
900
400
-0-
-0-
3,500
1,000
750

990
81
270
123
-0-
-0-
13,884
-0-
590
900
300
-0-
-0-
3,500
1,000
750
600
6,000
-0-

EXPENSES
Equipment............................
Hotels/M eals .................... ....
Transportation. ...................
O fficials .. ...........................
M edical ..............................
Video .................................
Letter Awards .........................
Paid Visits ........................
Recruiting ...........................
Prof. Con./Misc........................
Grant-in-Aid..... ..............
Guarantees............................
WCHA ................................
Program Expense ...................
Training Room ....,..............
Physicians Fee...... ............
Insurance .............................
Administrative ........................
Telephone .............................
Supplies .................... .........
P bUliratin /PhnU.

15,053
20,616
17,869
8,553
6,208
206
968
1,154
3,159
1,952
115,681
18,967
16,518
8,154
1,700
960
4,000
3,500
3,200
1,500

Administrative Expense..
Telephone.............
Supplies ...................
Publications & Photos.
Security........,..........
Guarantees...........
Guarantees-Other Teams .
Program Expense .......
Salaries .....,.............
TOTAL...........

GYMNASTICS
MEN WOMEN

4,000 4,000
5,000 3,500
1,500 1,000
12,500 1,000
5,000 1,000
12,000 -0-
14,000 -0-
18,000 100
81,500 20.000
$379,050 $114,575

1,100 1,200
6,500 7,000
-0- 5,037

APPROXIMATE
HEADCOUNT
INCOME.
Television.

150
1,600
300
3,500
1,600
600
800
5,400
$ 40,896

150
1,600
300
3,500
1,100
600

TOTALS...............$48,333 $46,365 $34,502
SWIMMING/DIVING

rumicatons rotos ...,......
Salaries .....................
TOTAL...............

3,373
3,500
2,500
900
1,800
32,500
$164,166

1,100
3,500
1,000
900

-

TOTAL..........

TENNIS
MEN WO

Total...,. .........
TRACK-CROSS C
APPROXIMATE HEAD
COUNT
INCOME..............
expenses. ..............
Equipment...........
Hotels/Motels.............
Transportation ............
Officials ...................
Medical................
Vacation Board ...........
Letter Awards............
Paid Visits ...........
Recruiting ............:...
Professional Conv't'n/Misc.
Grant-in-Aid..........
Training Room.........
Physicals Fee .............
Insurance ............
Maintenance (new track
surface)..... .......
Utilities ... .........
Admin. Expenses .......

0 9 - .11

...........$ 3,079,945 APPROXIMATE.
HEADCOUNT
COUNTRY INCOME
MEN WOMEN EXPENSES
Equipment ...............
75 25 Hotel/Meals.......
$ 8,460 -0. Transportation ..........
Officials -..................
Medical ...............
8,257 1,524 Trimester............
19,250 8,079 Letter Awards.............
20,294 7,404 Paid Visits.............
-0- 110 Recruiting............
2,937 756 Professional
1,120 162 Convention/Misc........
2,464 180 Grand-in-Aid ..........
1,781 -0- Training Room.........
1,170 -0- Physicians Fee........
1,040 --0-- Insurance ..... .......
60,344 47,919 Maintenance ..............
1,600 590 Utilities ... .............
960 900 Administration........
1,400 600 Supplies.....:.............
Publication/Photos ........
10,000 10,000 Salaries .............

10
$2,313
7,025
5,850
3,522
-.0-
53
804
776
527
304
691
25,836
1,600
960
200
625
2,100
1,500
750
450
11,417
$ 68,490

1,000 WRESTLING
16,000 Approximate head count ...........
------ INCOM E ...................... ......
$ 62,075 EXPENSES
Equipm ent ............................
Hotel/M eals...........................
MEN Transportation ........................
Officials ............. ................
8 M edical ........t......................
$ 176 Video ............,....................
Letter Awards ........................
1,812 Paid Visits ............................
4,267 Recruiting .........................
3,534 Prof./Conc., Misc .....................
805 Grant-in-Aid ...........................
244 Training Room....................
612 Physicians Fee ................... .
52 Insurance .............................
35 Administrative Expense ...............
..- Telephone .............................
Supplies ..............................
80 Publications/Photos ...................
12,930 Guarantees............................
590 Salaries ..............................

750 Approximate head count
5,400 INCOME..............
EXPENSES
$ 31,447 Equipment ..............
Hotels/Meals'..............
- -- Transportation ............
Officials ...................
M edical ..................
40 Vacation Board........
$ 3,581 Letter Awards...........
Paid Visits-...........
9,6 Recruiting............
9,168 Prof.Con./Misc..........
7,677 Grant-in-Aid..........
698 Training Room..,.......
198 Physicians Fee ............
9 Insurance . ............
29 Maintenance ..........
2,801 Utilities..............
1,880 Administration........
1,315' Telephone... .........
61,035 Supplies .............
1,600 Publications/Photos.
Salaries ...................

MEN
28
$ 3,72
3,53
7,72
5,91
27
5
1,52
80
69
1,65
1,49
41,17
1,600
960
600
9,73
19,886
3,500
1,800
700
1,000
31,500

25
6
2
9
0
8
8
5
0
56
1
7
)0
)0
ti

WOMEN
22
$ -0-

1,029
10,977
9,525
185
1,216
551
295
56
676
787
29,881
590
900
600

Approximate Head count
INCOME
Gate Receipts.........
N.I.T ................
University of Detroit ..
Television.............
Radio...............
Programs............
Advertising...........
Concessions
Concessions .............
Parking ..... ...........
TOTAL ..............

BASKETB

.. ........ 4,000 EPN S
"" EXPENSES
....... 45,000 . Equipment ...........
Hotels/Meals .........
.......... $298,918 Transportation........
Officials ..........
ALL Medical ..............
MEN WOMEN Video...............
32 12 Letter Awards.........
Paid Visits............
$505,000 $ 550 Recruiting ...........
91,000 -0- Prof. Conv./Misc.......
24,900 -0- Grand-in-Aid ..............
67,000 -0- Training Room ............
9,800 -0- Physicians Fee..........
10,800 -0- Insurance .. .......:......
8,600 -0- Administration .........
Telephone .................
24,000 100 Supplies.............
16,000 -0- Publication/Photos ....... .
$756,200 $ 650 Salaries .............
TOTAL ................

27
$ 7,072
5,750
3,541
6,193
6,038
805
3,399
458
533
114
458
833
31,991
1,600
960
2,000
3,500
1,500
1,000
1,000
15,000

10

2,669
4,148
1,603
274
-0-
-0-
34
5
346
356
12,302
590
900
1.000
3,500
1,500
1,000
800
8,000

-0-
-0-

$ 80,923 : 39,034

2,500
4,000
2,500
1,500
1,700
216
33,000
$142,540
Volley
Ball
14

900
200
625 '
2,100
1,200
750
375
7,715
$ 42,326

TOTAL .........................
Field Synch.
Hockey Swim.

TOTAL.................... $136,129
MEN'S HOCKEY
Approximate head count
INCOME
Gate Receipts-........................
WCHA Playoffs............ .........
Television...... ...............
Program ........... ... ............
Advertising.....................
Concessions ..........,................
Parking .......................
TOTAL ........... ........

'1 '971 EXPENSES
W 19,886 Equipment ................
)0 3,500 Hotels/Meals ...........
1,800 Officials.............
b . .. . ........
700 Scouting .. .....
S Training Table.....
b 17,000 Transportation........
Miscellaneous/Conventions
Film/Video............
$110,785 Medical...............
Letter Awards ..........
Grant-In-Aid...........
35 Vacation Board.........
Recruiting................
$213,224 Paid Visits .............
19,500 Training Room............
25,000 Physicians Fee .............
3,140 Insurance .................
4,412 Maintenance ...........
22,951 Utilities ..... .............
13,500 Rental Expense (Arena) .. .
$301,727

8,400
20,700
11,300
4,100
10,000
30,300
3,100
2,100
1,000
600
66,000
2,200
20,000
3,000
°1,700
1,500
1,500
7,300
13,500
17,250

1,300
6,000
1,100
-0-
-0-
8,400
300
300
400
500
28,000
600
1,200
25
1,400
900
1,500
7,300
13,500
11,250

The first aerial combat took place in
1914 when Allied and German pilots
started shooting at each other with
pistols and rifles.

Approx. Head Count
INCOME
EXPENSES
Equipment ................
HOTEL/Motels ............
Transportation..........

20 16

$-0- $6,332 $-0-

2,100
3,500

2,100
3,500

1,128
4,926
2,116

1,324 813
2,860 3,056
1,137 1,645

TOTAL............

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whether revenue-producing sports
should be exempt from the jurisdiction
of the law. Several amendments and
bpills to exempt revenue sports have
come before Congress and have
repeatedly been voted down.
IN 1975 HEW published policy inter-
pretation for Title IX and established a
three year deadline for postsecondary
institutions to comply with the law.

By 1978, however, nearly 100 com-
plaints had been filed against more
than 50 schools, and the university
community was insisting that the
government give it a better idea of what
compliance with Title IX meant. HEW
decided to publish further clarification
of the law and after meeting with
athletic departments, athletic
organizations, civil rights and women's

groups, issued the "final" policy inter-
pretation in December, 1979.
Now, nearly a year later, the recen-
tly-formed Department of Education is
planning to investigate a test group of
schools-including the University-to
finally begin its enforcement of the in-
tercollegiate athletic provisions of Title
IX.
Not. surprisingly, University ad-

ministrators say they aren't sure
whether the University will be found in
compliance with the law. They say they
think they have been following Title IX
but are not certain exactly how the law
will be interpreted.
"You think you are doing what one
guideline says, and then someone else
interprets, it differently," noted
Associate Athletic Director for Women,
Phillis Ocker.

Football fans support athletics

It's Saturday afternoon. One hundred,
,and five thousand people are sitting in
Michigan Stadium watching the
Wolverines play football. The announ-
cer thanks the attendants for making
the audience the largest crowd atten-
ding a football game in America on that
-,day.
That large crowd, and other ones like
it, allow the University athletic depar-
tment to continue to run itself on the
large scale it currently does. Eachi
year, more than $5 million is generated
from Wolverine football ticket sales.
"IF IT WASN'T for football, we
wouldn't have an (athletic) program
here," said Bob De Carolis, the
assistant business manager for the
athletic department.

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Class if ieds

Additional millions received from
parking, concessions, and television
rights to the various 'University con-
tests also allow the school's athletic
department to remain self-sufficient.
The various income and expenditures
of the athletic department were
outlined in a copy of the department's
income statement (see above chart)
from last year that was recently
acquired by the Daily under the
Michigan Freedom of Information Act.
IN DECIDING the budgets, the
various team coaches make expen-
diture estimates throughout the year
and submit them to DeCarolis. Even-
tually the assistant business manager
meets with all the coaches individually
to discuss many of the estimates, and
the two alter the figures as they agree
on them.
The itemized categories include the
self-explanatory areas of coaches'
salaries, team equipment, facility
maintenance, hotel and meal accom-
modations for the team on road trips,
office supplies, fees for game officials,
program printing expenses, scholar-
ships (Grants-in-Aid) to the teams'
players, team telephone expenses,
team transportation expenses, and
board for players who must stay in the
area during school vacation-in order to
INTERNATIONAL
CAREER?
A representative
will be on the campus
TUESDAY '
November 4, 1980
to discuss qualifications for
advanced study at
AMERICAN,
GRADUATE SCHOOL
and job opportunities
in the field of
INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT

compete on the teams.
The following is a list of the
remaining categories, including a brief
note of explanation about each of them:
" Film and video-expenses incurred.
for the filming of the teams' perfor-
mance in order to view and correct
faults;
-*'Guarantees-amounts of money
the University and other schools
promise each other for coming to the
opponents' school. The guarantees
listed .under revenue would be ones
received by University teams for par-
ticipating in competition away from
home;
* Letter awards-money needed to
pay for awards, letters, and letter
jackets for team members;
" Medical-funds used for medical
supplies for the various teams;
" Paid visits-expenses incurred by
athletes who haven't decided to attend
the University, but who visit the cam-
pus in the process of making their
decision;

r Physicians fees-fees for doctors
for the teams;
SProf./Conv. Misc.-funds used to
send coaches to national conventions in
their respective sports. Each coach is
given the opportunity to attend a con-
vention in his/her sport;
* Recruiting-money used to pay
coaches to travel to the homes of
athletes whom they wish to attract to
University teams;
t Scouting-expenses earmarked for
team scouts to travel to schools at
which prominent athletes could be,
found;
Training Room/Training
table-money for training equipment
and, in the case of several teams, and
special foods to accommodate the
athletes' special diets;- J
" Trimester-expenses used to board
athletes in the area over the summer if
it is necessary for training;
" WCHA-fees paid from hockey gate
recipts to the Western Collegiate
Hockey Association.

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