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Men's Swimming vs. Iowa
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Crisler Arena

SPORTS

Men's Basketball at Michigan State
Tomorrow, 7 p.m.
T.V. channel 62

The Michigan Daily f Wednesday, February 1, 1984 Page7

New women'

By DOUGLAS B. LEVY
Pick a topic, any topic concerning in-
ter-collegiate athletics, and chances are
it was discussed at last night's Board in
Control of Inter-collegiate Athletics
meeting.
Despite the absence of Dr. Paul Gikas,
the Board's representative at all Big
Ten and NCAA meetings, and his
report, the monthly meeting considered
topics ranging from Sugar Bowl
revenues to -oftball and field- hockey
lbckerrooms.
-AT THE TOP of the agenda was the
recently-announced defection of the
Northern Michigan and. Michigan Tech
hockey - teams from the Central
Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA)

to the Western Collegiate Hockey
Association (WCHA).
"I can't understand why they did it,"
stated a surprised Don Canham,
Michigan's Director of Athletics.
Canham noted that Michigan and
Michigan State had left. the WCHA
following the 1980-81 season due to
skyrocketing traveling expenses.
"Costs of hockey are out of sight.
Trying to finance a hockey team now-a-
days is near impossible. Very few
schools break even on a hockey
program," said Canham.
IN VIEW of the increased expenses
involved, Canham was especially con-
cerned about Northern Michigan.
"They have a brand new gymnasium

facilit
that they can't even open up because
they can't afford to run it. They (NMU)
have all sorts of financial problems,"
added Canham.
To counter circulating rumors,
Canham insisted that Michigan -would
never consider a return to the WCHA
and would not travel out West, due to
the high costs.
Canham next reported on the various
construction projects that the Athletic
Department is financing. Construction
on lockerrooms for the women's sof-
tball and field hockey teams is to be
completed by the end of this month. In-
cluded in this same facility will be the
completion of a women's weight room.
"It's going to be a terrific set-up,"

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commented Canham.
HOWEVER, the new Women's
Athletic Building, being built directly
behind the old women's building, is
four months behind schedule. This
poses problems for the Michigan Ticket
Department which is soon to be
relocated in the former women's
building. The problems would arise
concerning the distribution of football
tickets. To avoid confusion, Canham
would like to make the move prior to
June 1.
Canham and the Board also discusses
the possibility of building a new pool
facility for varsity competition. The
project would cost an estimated $3.5
million and would be built adjacent to
the IM Building on the west side. No
plans have been made as of yet. During
the next few weeks Canham will com-
pile a set of drawing and cost figures
and report his findings at the next
meeting.
Canham is confident that the project
can be financed and suggested that as a
"kick-in," Matt Mann pool will be con-
verted into an all-purpose women's
gymnasium.
DURING THE meeting, the Board
arrived at two unanimous decisions:
Student and regular season football
ticket prices will remain the same as
last year, and Michigan will not sup-
port the proposal for any type of NCAA

r comple
Division I-A playoff system to deter- expected toc
mine a National Champion. Canham contract vio
agrees that a play-off in Division I-A Regardlessc
would create "mega-bucks", but that- stands to b
the extension of an already long season The complic
would be detrimental to the student- college .foot
athletes involved. lucrative tem
For the last two years, the NCAA packages. C
television package has been engulfed in simply awa
a huge legal battle. As a result, ABC ruling.
and CBS - the networks that televise On a finaln
college football - have been unable to Michigan'st
finalize their game schedules. bowl appear
Later this year, the Supreme Court is and Fiesta

0w
tion
decide whether the NCAA
olates antitrust statutes.
of the decision, Michigan
ecome a financial winner.
ations will arise when the
ball powerhouses receive
mptations to sign individual
anham and the Board are
iting the Supreme Court
note, Canham reported that
total take from Big Ten
ances (Rose, Sugar, Gator
) will be near $550,000.

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'M'gets Fic
By MIKE MCGRAW
Following in the tradition of Stefan
Humphries and Glenn Mogle, another
highly touted offensive lineman from
the state of Florida has said that he plans
to attend Michigan.
Although the first day to sign letters-
of-intent is not until February 8, guard
Dave Chester, who checks in at 6-2, 245
pounds, announced yesterday he will
play for the Wolverines over offers
from Nebraska and Florida State.
"THE BIGGEST decision was bet-
ween Michigan and Forida State. I
thought the coaching staff at Michigan
was a lot better than Nebraska's, they

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were more enthusiastic," said Chester
last night from his home in Titusville,
Fla. "It came down to the atmosphere
of the two schools and I liked the area
around Michigan's campus much bet=
ter than Tallahassee."
Chester will join former high school
teammate Gerald White, an all-state
running back while at Titusville, in Ann
Arbor.
Chester was named first team all-
state after this past season as well as
Cape Coast Conference most valuable
player and a member of the All-South
team, made up of the top five players
from each of the Southern states.

Stick save AP Photo
Prince of Walks' goalie Pete Peeters stops a shot by Campbell Conference right wing Glenn Anderson in last night's
National Hockey League All-Star game. The Wales Conference went on to defeat the Campbell Conference, 7-6.

M ilidonis
n-amed to
Mike Milidonis, an assistant coach'
for the Michigan women's gymnastics
team, has been named assistant
technical director for the United States
Men's Olympic gymnastic team for the
1984 Summer Olympics.
j"I'm really looking forward to
becoming an integral part of the 1984
United States Olympic Gymnastics ef-
fort," said the Central Michigan
University graduate. "I've been
working with the international aspects
of the sport for the past few years, and
this will give me even more experien-
ce."
Milidonis will work with technical
director Bill Roetzheim of the Univer-
sity of Illinois-Chicago in organizing
programs for the men's team.

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ALICE LLOYD - BLACK HISTORY MONTH DISPLAY
in the lobby - all month-
OXFORD - BLACK HISTORY MONTH DISPLAY
in the library - all month
WEST QUAD - BLACK HISTORY MONTH DISPLAY -
"BLACK ODYSSEY" - Concourse - 4:00 - 8:00 p.m.
ALICE LLOYD - *SOUL FOD DINNER -
Cafeteria - 4:30 - 6:15 p.m.
EAST QUAD - ANNUAL MINORITY ARTS
AND CULTURAL FESTIVAL - (Feb. 2 - 5)
Opening Ceremonies: Guest Speaker - V.P. Henry Johnson
for Student .ervices - Room 126 - 6:30 p.m.
Jazz Concert - R.C. Auditorium -- 8:00 p.m.
EAST QUAD - FESTIVAL CONTINUED
Gospel Concert - Rackham Auditorium - :30 p.m.
EAST QUAD - FESTIVAL CONTINUED
Fashion and Talent Show - R.C. Auditorium - 8:00 p.m.

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WEST QUAD - *SOUL FOOD DINNER -
Cafeteria - 4:00 - 8:00 p.m.
SOUTH QUAD - SPEAKER: Dr. Anthony Ingram -
Ambatana Lounge - 7:00 p.m.
BURSLEY - *SOUL FOOD DINNER - Cafeteria - 4:00 - 8:00 p.m.
SOUTH QUAD - *SOUL FOOD DINNER - Cafeteria - 5:00 - 6:30 p.m.
STOCKWELL - *SOUL FOOD DINNER - Cafeteria - 4:30 - 6:15 p.m-.
BAITS - "BLACK HISTORY: LOST STOLEN or STRAYED" (movie)
Stanley House - 7:00 p.m.
COUZENS - "JAZZ AT ITS FINEST" - Cafe - 8:00 p.m.
BURSLEY - * BURSLEY SHOW -
Cafeteria - 8:00 p.m. - Tickets $5.00
MARKLEY - "THE ROOTS OF BLACK MUSIC" -
GOSPEL, JAZZ, RHYTHM & BLUES, AND SOUL -
Angela Davis Lounge - 8:00 p.m.
STOCKWELL - FASHION SHOW - "SHADES OF BEAUTY" -
Blue Carpet Lounge - 6:00 p.m.

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CAAS COLLOQUIUM: Robert Hill -
Whitney Auditorium - 12:00 noon
EAST QUAD - *SOUL FOOD DINNER - Cafeteria - 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
MOSHER-JORDAN - *SOUL FOOD DINNER - Cafeteria - 4:30 - 6:15 p.m.
WEST QUAD "THE LEARNING TREE" (movie) -
Minority Lounge - 10:00 p.m.
SPRING BREAK
MARKLEY - *SOUL FOOD DINNER - Cafeteria - 4:00 - 8:00 p.m.
**SPEAKER: Timothy Donaldson -Hale Auditorium -
5:00 - 6:30 p.m. - Reception Following
MARKLEY - TALENTED BLACK WOMEN and "BLACK WOMAN" (movie)
Angela Davis Lounge - 8:00 p.m.
CAAS COLLOQUIUM: Timothy Donaldson -
Whitney Auditorium- -12:00 noon

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