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New athletic center gets healthy start with $15 million gift: When the University of Chicago Field Houseopened its doors in 1932, Gerald Ratner, an undergraduate business student and a left fielder for the baseball team, thought the new building was great: Now the team could practice inside during winter quarter. Dangerous, perhaps, but fun.

Medical researchers Rowley and Koshland win "Americas Nobels": Often called "America's Nobels," the Albert Lasker Medical Research Awards are considered the nation's most distinguished prize in medical research. Of the more than 300 recipients to date, 59 have gone on to win the Nobel Prize.

Learning for a lifetime at the Graham School:Continuing education has long been an important part of the U of C's intellectual life. Today, the William B. and Catherine V. Graham School of General Studies, formerly the Center for Continuing Studies, has a full-time staff of 27 and annually attracts more than 10,000 students to credit and noncredit courses in the arts and sciences, business, and the pro- fessions
  New Law School dean named for next year; star scholars hired: Daniel R. Fischel, JD'77, a leading scholar in law and economics, has been appointed dean of the Law School beginning July 1, when current dean Douglas Baird will return to full-time teaching and scholarship at the end of his five-year term.
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