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socio-economic status is an important
factor in determining health quality.
"Race is a socio-economic status,"
Williams said. "So what is driving these
differences is the differences in socio-
economic status of these groups."
Williams said he is concerned about
the high mortality rate of the black
population. "There are about 59,000
excess deaths for the black population,"
Williams said. "That means there's
about 60,000 blacks who die that
wouldn't die if there weren't disparities
Mental attitudes and the amount of
racism and discrimination a person has
to face also affects health problems,
"Those endorsing negative stereo-
.typeshave more chronic health prob-
lems and higher levels of psychological
distress than those who reject negative
stereotypes," Williams said. "African
Americans who experience racial dis-
crimination have more chronic health
Williams said Medicare facilities are
often guilty of discrimination.
"Disparities in African Americans
eceiving medical procedures is great;'
Williams said. "African Americans are
less likely to receive them than are
He said these disparities continue
despite the fact that the insurance status
i§ the same for both black and white
subjects in these studies. "The four pro-
cedures that African Americans receive
more (than whites) all reflect improper
preventive care" Williams said.
Included in these four procedures
are lower-limb amputations and the
removal of tissue due to ulcers.
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lie four-year institutions, Engler did not recommend an increase
for community colleges as he has in past years.
Rep. Thomas Mathieu (D-Grand Rapids). Nice chair of the
House Appropriations Committee, said the governor's recom-
mendation for higher education funding - specifically the
community college numbers - will change. "I can guarantee
you that there will need to be some movement on this issue"
Mathieu told Lannoye in response to her presentation.
House Appropriations Chair Morris Hood (D-Detroit said he
agreed with Mathieu, calling the proposal totally inadequate-
Lannoye said the reason for maintaining current community
college funding is to account for the money that schools have
received from faculty retirement savings during the past two
years. The state took over the payment of the retirement funds,
STADUIVIThey're having t
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"In my opinion, the key things that we "You're having
have to think about are efficiency and from gate 10 who
safety in allocating these 5,200 new tions) 32 to 36 an
seats," said board and task force member up," she said.
Cecil Pryor, a University alumnus. Still, Daniels sai
LSA and Kinesiology junior ed whether the pos
Danielle Daniels, also a board and task students.
force member, said the congestion of "I personally am
students and season-ticket holders cre- with moving seatin
ates a gridlock that may be avoidable the stadium?' Danie
by moving the students' section. a lot of other issues
"People are running into each Although memb
other," Daniels said. "You're having force said they ha
season ticket people who are coming her of potential p
in through gate six and gate seven. Michigan Stadium
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played on the Michigan football team in the early '60s and
helped coach the team in 1967. "It was great to see the
Michigan Wolverines, the Glee Club and the cheerleaders.'
After talking with state lawmakers, Michigan wide receiver
Terrence Quinn said the legislators opened up his mind to new
ideas and careers. "They gave me another option of what I could
do with my future - running for a seat in the house" Quinn
treeing the community colleges from that requirement and pro-
iding the schools with 1S3million In funding.
"I think our position is pertlctly deIfnsible?' Lanmoyc sl.
In addition to the higher education funding increaC
Lannoyc outlined plans to expand public safety programs 1nd
transportation services. Engler said lie also plans to continuc
The budget calls also tor the creation ofa new state trooper
training school with an increase in funding by S5.1 million,
bringing the states total budget to $101 million.
Rep. Jim McBryde (R-Nt. Pleasant) said lichigani sta
troopers are nationally renowned. "We really do have the cnliv
of the nation here,' McBryde said.
The Corrections Department also ill receix c a 5-percent
increase this year.
The Department of Transportation's budget will include 5( >2
million solely for the purpose of road repairs and maintenance
o shift all the way
eir seats from rough-
students coming in
have to get to (sec-
id it's just jamming
id she has not decid-
sible plan is best for
i not happy, per se,
g to the other side of
Is said. "But there are
that go with it."
ers of the ticket task
te discussed a num-
plans for seating in
', not enough data
will be ready to make long-term deci-
sions by the '98 season.
"It physically can't all be don,"
Executive Associate Athletic DireCto
Mike Stevenson said that regardless of
where students sit this coming season,
the manner in which tickets are allocated
to students will not change.
"We will still give the priority for
the best seats in the student section for
students with the most credit hour
accumulation;' Stevenson sai d.
Past season ticket-holding studcnts
will have the annual opportunity to rencu
their seats this semester. New students
will receive applications during the sum-
in a speech yesterday, sociology associate Prof. David Williams offered evidence
that race and economic status play a major role in U.S. infant mortality.
Faculty members and a few students
interested in Williams' work attended
Tony Brown, a Rackham student
who is studying sociology, said he was
impressed with Williams' work and
said that Williams used phenomenal
studies in proving his theories.
"It's a topic that hasn't received sys-
tematic attention?' Brown said. "It's
very powerful work. It's groundbreak-
ing. Class doesn't explain everything
there is about race, and race can't be
reduced to class- both are important:"
said. "Even though I want to be an attorney, I've never thought
of policy. Who knows, maybe I'll be down there shaking hands
with the next National Champion Michigan football team."
Rep. Eileen DeHart (D-Westland) said she brought along
her baby so the child could experience history in the making.
She said the players' accomplishments both on and off the
football field have increased pride in the state. "What they've
done for our state is probably more than what this state
Legislature can do;' DeHart said. "They've brought national
attention to the state and tremendous respect?'
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