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October 2, 1992 | THERESA MUNOZ
Skeptics, fearing that NCAA swimming would go the way of NCAA track and field--with top athletes passing up college swimming or leaving school early--are applauding a proposed drastic reduction in prize money for the 1994 World Championships and the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. Under new vice president Harris Troutman, United States Swimming Inc.'s Athletes Executive Committee called for $300,000 to be used for prize money and $1.1 million to finance monthly support stipends.
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October 2, 1992 | THERESA MUNOZ
Skeptics, fearing that NCAA swimming would go the way of NCAA track and field--with top athletes passing up college swimming or leaving school early--are applauding a proposed drastic reduction in prize money for the 1994 World Championships and the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. Under new vice president Harris Troutman, United States Swimming Inc.'s Athletes Executive Committee called for $300,000 to be used for prize money and $1.1 million to finance monthly support stipends.
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October 30, 1986
The city and the Monrovia Unified School District have agreed to jointly construct a swimming pool at Monrovia High School. The facility will be financed with $270,000 in city funds and $190,000 in state Parks and Recreation Department funds. The school district will spend $100,000 for a generation plant to heat the pool water, and the city and the district will share equally the costs of maintenance and supplies.
NEWS
October 15, 1987
Construction is expected to start in February on this city's first swimming pool. After months of unsuccessful attempts to raise money for a pool, city officials have been informed that two bills recently signed by Gov. Deukmejian contain money for the Cudahy project. A Senate bill sponsored by Sen. Dan McCorquodale (D-Santa Clara) included $250,000, and an Assembly bill by Assemblyman Willie Brown (D-San Francisco) carried $50,000, City Manager Gerald Caton said.
NEWS
October 15, 1987
Construction is expected to start in February on this city's first swimming pool. After months of unsuccessful attempts to raise money for a pool, city officials have been informed that two bills recently signed by Gov. Deukmejian contain money for the Cudahy project. A Senate bill sponsored by Sen. Dan McCorquodale (D-Santa Clara) included $250,000, and an Assembly bill by Assemblyman Willie Brown (D-San Francisco) carried $50,000, City Manager Gerald Caton said.
NEWS
October 30, 1986
The city and the Monrovia Unified School District have agreed to jointly construct a swimming pool at Monrovia High School. The facility will be financed with $270,000 in city funds and $190,000 in state Parks and Recreation Department funds. The school district will spend $100,000 for a generation plant to heat the pool water, and the city and the district will share equally the costs of maintenance and supplies.
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