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Page 2- The Michigan Doily - Thursday, September 8, 1988

NEWS

Interim provost
University President James Dud-
erstadt will nominate his former as-
sdciate to serve as vice president for
academic affairs until the University
finds a permanent person to fill the
post.
,Former Associate Vice President
for Academic Affairs Robert Hol-
brook will be named interim vice
president if the University's Board
of- Regents accepts his nomination
next week.
,Holbrook will move back to his
former position after the University
finds a permanent provost to fill
Duderstadt' s shoes - Holbrook
says he is not a candidate for that
position.
-Steve Knopper
Regent
selections
Regents Deane Baker (R-Ann
Arbor) and Nellie Varner (D-De-
troit) will battle three opponents to
retain their seats on the eight-mem-
ber University governing board this
November.
-Republicans Cliff Taylor of East
Lansing and Alan May of Bloom-
field Hills, and Democrat Thomas
Lewand of Detroit - all of whom
are attorneys - announced they will
challenge the incumbents this
month.
"*Baker, a consistently conserva-
tive voter since first elected in 1973,
has angered student groups by ac-
tions including his proposal that the
University work on the Strategic
Defense Initiatives in 1985.
Varner has traditionally involved
herself in less controversy as a result
of her less vocal approach and more
liberal voting record.
-Patrick Staiger

Artificial heart
implant at 'U'
A University Hospital surgical
team made state history on Aug. 7
with the first successful completion
of an artificial heart implant. It took
the medical team, headed by Dr.
Michael Deeb, five hours to implant
the Symbion J-7 model into an
unidentified patient.
Used only as "bridging device"
until an appropriate human trans-
plant can be found, the artificial im-
plant was replaced with a human
heart on Aug. 21.
Although Deeb said the patient
was doing well, he was reluctant to
label the impact of the procedure
upon the patient.
"I don't think we can judge until
the patient leads a normal life."
-Kristine LaLonde
Protest against
city police
Nearly 300 angry, chanting Ann
Arbor citizens and visitors turned out
in front of the Nectarine Ballroom
August 9 to protest allegedly dis-
criminatory behavior by city police
officers against lesbians and gay
men.
The demonstration was motivated
by a July 27 assault and battery in
which a woman was verbally and
physically attacked because her as-
sailant believed she was a lesbian.
Protest organizers Linda Kurtz of
the Lesbian and Gay Rights Organ-
izing Committee and University
graduate student Patti Myers told the
crowd that two police officers
handled the incident negligently be-
cause the victim told them she was
attacked as a result of her sexual ori-
entation.
The group presented a list of de-
mands, including police sensitivty
training and review boards to mon-
itor police behavior. Police Chief
William Corbett said his department
will investigate the incident and meet
with LaGROC.
-Anna Senkevitch

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Controversial
magazine cover
Accusations of racism surround-
ing Michigan Today's August edi-
tion forced former University Presi-
dent Robben Fleming to revoke all
copies of the monthly magazine
from circulation a few days after
publication.
The administration received sev-
eral complaints from students and

faculty about a photo on the monthly
magazine's cover that appeared to
show a white person holding a Black
person.
Taken from a 1907 poster ap-
pearing in the Bentley Historical
Library, the photo depicted a white
upper-level student holding a small,
green first-year student - and was
originally run in conjunction with a
story about hazing in the Greek sys-
tem.
-David Schwartz

James
Duderstadt
University
President

Bo
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Jack
Wiedenbach

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