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Page 2-The Michigan Daily-Friday, May 29, 1987
Fleming to head search
for new athletic director
BY CATHERINE KIM priority." ham will retire next year. Well
President Emeritus Robben Fleming expects to find a re - known for his skills in business
Fleming will head the search com - placement by the end of fall term, management and marketing, athletic
mittee to fill the position of out - "We expect many applications from revenues have grown from $3 mil -
going Athletic Director Donald qualified people. lion to $14 million since he took
Canham. Some committee members are office.
After all committee positions Director of Business Operations
have been filled, the process of John Weidenbach, along with Uni - Although at times Canham has
finding a sucessor for the nation - versity faculty representatives to the been a controversial figure because
ally-prominent position will begin. Big Ten Conference, Gwendolyn of his recruiting techiniques, Flem -
The committee members who Cruzat and Paul Gikas. Other facul - ing believes that his practices have
have already been selected were re - ty, student, and alumni represen - all been legal. "The rules regarding
luctant to state the qualities they tatives will serve when the selec - what is allowed and what isn't are
would look for in a new athletic tion process is completed. very carefully spelled out in detail.
director. Fleming, however, said After serving twenty years as the Michigan is very careful not to vi -
that "Integrity will be our first University's athletic director, Can - olate those rules," said Fleming.

Fleming
...heads athletic director search

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