Gildo Canale Interview
Gildo Canale discusses his military service, his time at Northern Michigan University as a "Barracks Boy" (a group that received athletic scholarships and lived in the old military barracks on-campus), other clubs he was involved in on-campus, his master's degree at Indiana University, his time as a high school teacher and coach in Munising, and his decades as the first full-time athletic director at Northern Michigan University. He discusses the development of various sports programs at Northern Michigan University in detail, including the introduction of women's sports, the development of Upper Peninsula athletic conferences, the 1975 football championship, and fundraising for athletic teams. He also discusses advising the Saint Gerard Club (a club for married Catholic students at Northern Michigan University), the NMU ambassadors program that attracted students from around the state and the country, and the high school science fairs held at NMU in the 1950s.
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MSS-202, Italian American Oral History Project