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PATON
Continued from page 1A
"They were very loyal to him, but most of them
are looking at the other side of the grass by now,"
he said.
The University's decision may affect at least
one future donor, the younger Paton said. A friend
of his is now considering taking the University's
name out of his will as a result of the handling of
the accounting center's destruction.
Paton's said his original letter of complaint
to Coleman, sent in May, was left unanswered
for four months before she sent him back a let-
ter lauding his father. Paton described the letter
as "rambling" and said it did not give him the.
answers he desired. He has since sent Cole-
man another letter but has not yet received a
response.
Dolan, the dean of the Business School,
acknowledged Paton's unhappiness and said that
the new building would include Paton's father's
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name on an interior section.
"If this building is going to be torn down, they
ought to replace it not with some cubbyhole but
with another structure," said William Paton III,
the grandson of the professor who the building
was named after.
The professor's son said he is confused as to
why no one from the University informed him
of the decision to continue using the name on an
interior part of the building.
"No one has ever told me what the space would
be like or what it would contain," Paton said. "I've
been kept in the dark about the whole situation."
He said he is pleased with the decision to keep
his father's name on a part of the building, but
unhappy that administrators did not simply leave
the original building standing.
"It still seems like this is a perfectly good, ser-
viceable building," he said.
The Patons heard about the possibility that the
building would be demolished secondhand from a
cousin who lives in Ann Arbor.

"I always thought I would naturally be one of
the first people they would tell about this sort of
thing," he said. "A few years ago, Dolan came in
with the idea he was just going to take over the
situation and do more or less what he wanted to
without asking."
Now Paton said he has nothing left to do.
"I suppose I could rush up there with a post-
er and threaten to shoot someone, but I won't,"
he said.
The youngest Paton is more optimistic about
the chance of halting the demolition before spring.
He spoke about "stirring a drumbeat" on campus
protesting the demolition on campus and perhaps
forming a coalition to stop it.
He said his grandfather was also instrumental
in convincing the regents to build Davidson Hall
60 years ago. The hall will also be torn down dur-
ing the renovation.
"They're basically erasing the whole history of
the man who built this school," he said.
Davidson Hall was named for Detroit Pistons

owner and University alum Bill Davidson. Dolan
said he has talked to Davidson a number of times
and that Davidson was not upset that his name
would no longer be used on the building.
According to Dolan, Davidson felt the renova-
tions were good for the school.
Davidson, who Forbes magazine named the
61st richest man in the country with a net worth
of $3.5 billion, has donated about $60 million to
the University.
In a 1998 issue of "Dividend," a publication
that covers the Business School, an article about
Davidson's generous contributions to the school
quotes former interim University President B.
Joseph White as saying of Davidson, "He never
sought to have his name on this or any building.
This is an honor we have thrust upon him because
it is fitting and proper."
Plans are in place to name a section of the
school after Davidson, Dolan said, and adminis-
trators are working with him to decide where.
Davidson could not be reached for comment.

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LARGE FURNISHED 2 or 3 bdrm. apt on
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734-368-0256.
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incl. + cable/intemet. Pool & gym access.
$565/mo. OBO. 805-689-1866.
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For Monday, Oct. 24, 2005
ARIES
(March 21 to April 19)
Ever since 1996, it's been a new world
for you. Now it's time to get serious
about your life path. What do you really
want to do to sing your song?
TAURUS
(April 20 to May 20)
You have important decisions to make
regarding home, real estate and your
family. You have to decide what stays
and what goes. Where will you build
your refuge?
GEMINI
(May 21 to June 20)
A lot of changes will take place in the
next two years. Residential changes and
changes of jobs are inevitable now.
(You're floating.)
CANCER
(June 21 to July 22)
More than any other sign, you're com-
ing to terms with your basic values in
life. In other words, what really matters?
Once you know this, the rest all falls into
place.
LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
Depending on when you were born,
this year or next, you're in an entirely
new sandbox. You're on a new journey!
In fact, you're about to reinvent your-
self!
VIRGO
(Aia 23 to Sent 221

the changes you want. (You can do it
now.)
SCORPIO
(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
The next few years are a culmination.
You might say they are a time of harvest.
Where you have planted well, expect
success.
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22 to Dec. 21)
Increased travel, study and discussions
with others can put you on the map now.
You see clearly where you want to go.
Now you have to move in that direction.
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
Resources that were formerly avail-
able to you are now cut off. This forces
you to rely on yourself. That's what this
is all about. A year from now, you'll be
stronger.
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20 to Feb. 18)
Relationships are strained now. Some
will bite the dust. Others will need
adjustments. That which is meant to be
will endure. (You're getting stronger.)
PISCES
(Feb. 19 to March 20)
In the next few years, you'll be bust-
ing your buns! You have to work hard
now to build, construct and create what
you need. You can do it.
YOU BORN TODAY You're dra-
matic! Because you have high standards,
whatever you do. von do well. Details

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