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SURVIVORS
Continued from page 1A
noisemaking instruments for the event.
She said she brought approximately 50
hand-held drums, 50 different household
objects such as pots and pans and 150 shakers
to distribute among the marchers.
The noise abruptly stopped when the
marchers progressed to Madison Street. From
there until they reached the Michigan Union,
the marchers linked arms and remained silent
to show solidarity for the cause.
After the march, participants assembled
for a candlelight vigil to reflect on the emo-
tions of the night.

MOTT
Continued from page 1A
stretched tight. We are doing our best within
space limitations."
Hopson added that at this point, there are no
additional projects in the works to address the
space limitations.
"In the fiscal year 2004, more than 11,519
people were admitted at U-M, and in the first
year that Mott opened, that number was 3,500,"
Hopson said. "This gives a good idea of how
much we've grown in terms of patient demand
in the last 35 years. You can really understand
why we need a new facility by looking at the
numbers, and we are building it with the future
in mind, with that room to grow."
Kelch said that to reach the $50-million
fundraising goal, UMHS will continue to hold

special events, campaigns and meetings with
individual donors over the next few years.
Current fundraising ventures include the Mott
wristband campaign, which has sold nearly half
a million bands so far, and the football team's
second annual Carr's Wash for Kids, which will
take place in June.
"All the money will come from operations
and reserves of the hospital or philanthropy,
and we may borrow some money," Kelch said,
adding that no state funds will go toward the
project.
White said that, when the health system
divulged its intent to rebuild the children's hos-
pital about a year ago, it made it clear that the
name of the hospital would remain the same
regardless of whether the Mott Foundation
chose to participate. A

"That is a very classy and risky thing to say
at the same time," White said. "But in making
our decision, again and again we ran into people
whose lives have been changed by the hospital.
C.S. Mott loved kids and particularly wanted to
make sure kids had a healthy start in life. It was
just natural for us to be part of it, and we are
pleased to be able to help."
Since its establishment in 1926, the Flint-
based C.S. Mott Foundation has awarded more
than $175 million in grants to support various
projects at the University's Flint and Ann Arbor
campuses. In the late 1980s, a $2.4-million
grant helped the University develop and imple-
ment a range of new health care services for
women and children, including the Holden Neo
Natal Intensive Care Unit and the Child and
Adolescent Psychiatry Unit.

ATO
Continued from page 1A
contained incriminating photos, he added.
MacGuidwin added that the maintenance man had
been hired by the fraternity's alumni "to do check-ups."
But the contents of the camera are not the only reason
for ATO's suspension, MacGuidwin said.
"Some other things that he found at the house
throughout the course of the year added to the sus-
pension," he said. "We were not informed that he was
gathering things,"
"It was all very underhanded," MacGuidwin said. "In
my opinion, it was malicious and out of this world."
Krasnov denied that ATO's suspension was in response
to any form of hazing.
"At this time, there is no belief that the investigation
or suspension is related to anything associated with or
related to hazing," he said.

- Olga Mantilla contributed to this
report

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