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announce - reve w
By LOU FINTOR engineering and Budget Priorities
Committee member, Chemistry Prof.
University administrators have Billy Evans, Biological Chemistry
announced the formation of subcom- Prof. Rowena Matthews, Law Prof.'
mittees to review the Schools of Art, William Pierce,' Psychology Prof.
Education, and Natural Resources - Marilyn Shatz, and Social Work Prof.
the first schools and colleges to be Robert Vinter.
reviewed under the University's five THE SIX-MEMBER School of
year plan. Natural Resources review subcommit-
With its five-year plan, the University tee will be chaired by Jerome Schultz
will reduce its General Fund programs professor of chemical engineering. Its
by roughly $20 million and reallocate members include student Stacy Fox,
that money into high priority areas. Economics Prof. Alan Deardorff,
IN ADDITION to naming appoin- Biology Prof. David Shappirio, and
tments to the review subcommittees, Norman Weiner, professor of phar-
the "charges," or specific criteria for macy and Budget Priorities Committee
reviewing each of the three schools was member.
also released. The University plans, over the next
The art school review subcommittee five years, to reduce both the number of
will be chaired by John D'Arms, personnel and the number and size of
professor of classical studies. Med- programs on the general fund budget
bers will include LSA student Chris by $20 million, through both "selective
Bushell, Near Eastern Studies Prof. program reductions" (cuts that might
Edna Coffin, Budget Priorities Com- exceed 10 to 15 percent, to be deter-
mittee member and Mathematics mined by individual reviews) and
Prof. Donald Lewis, History Prof. "variable shared reductions" (to be
Bradford Perkins, and Law Prof. levied on all other units, averaging 5
TheodoreSt. Antoine. percent for academic units and 10 per
The nine-member School of cent for non-academic units).
Education review subcommittee will be The University will then reallocate
chaired by John Romani, professor of the funds into a selected set of high
health planning and administration. priority areas, including faculty and
Members are students Barbara Green- staff salaries, support for graduate
field and Colleen Paye, and Frederick students, resesrch incentives, and un-
Bartman, professor of aerospace dergraduate teaching.
ALL THREE OF the schools being
W.H.O. reviewed fall under the "selective
VETERINARY OR program reduction" category.
MEDICAL SCHOOLS . The School of Art has an enrollment
MEXICO-PHILIPPINES of 511 students and 33 instructional staff
griuh/Am members. Its programs include the
Plus closely Hilited studio arts, design, and art education.
Lo Tiion The School of Education has a total
2iyi^itp A enrollment of 1,419 graduate and un-
PhD., D.C.. D.P.M.-M.D. dergraduate students, and an instruc-
PROVEN STUDENT SERVICE tional staff of 125.
100 La Salle S. The School of Natural Resources has
NY, NY 10027
212-564-3933 an enrollment of 853 students and an in-
structional staff of 45.
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Today's weather may provide the new spring term with a stormy start.
Thundershowers are likely, with variable cloudiness persisting and tem-
peratures in the 70s. Q
Welcome to summer
A S WARM WEATHER brings more green leaves and less clothing,
so the first day of classes brings the first issue of the 1982 summer
tabloid Michigan Daily. Although the Daily's appearance is different, the
news, entertainment, and sports coverage will remain the same. The Daily
is the best way to stay in touch with the University community in and:season.
Riches to rags
A WALL STREET cashier was rewarded recently for returning millions
of dollars worth of stock certificates - but his mimscule reward may
tempt him to take the money and run the next time. When Jimmy Priceman
went out for a sandwich he would up with a profitable discovery. Priceman
retrieved $37.1 million worth of certificates that were lying in an envelope on
the sidewalk. Priceman immediately returned the certificates, which fell
from a courier's pouch, to the A. G. Becker investment banking house. The
millionaire-for-a-minute said he didn't consider keeping the financial find.
"I knew how hard it would have been for a firm to cover the oney at the end
of the day," Priceman said. "It would have been a real pain in the neck."
Priceman's price for his honesty was a mere $250 reward, which he plans to
put toward a new car. "I didn't expect anything to begin with so I came out
ahead," said the philosophical cashier during a champagne reception in his
CFT-The Garden of the Finzi-Continis, 4,7 & 9 p.m., Michigan Theater.
Cinema Two-Stagecoach, 7:30 p.m., The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance,
9:30 p.m., Lorch.
Ark - Open mike night, 9 p.m., 1421 Hill.
EMU College of Technology - Frithjof Bergmann, "Work in the Post-
Industrial Future," 7 p.m., Sheraton University Inn.
Chemistry - Departmental colloquium, Isaac Bersuker, "The Jahn-
Teller Effect: New Achievements and Applications in Chemical Activation
and Biology," 4 p.m., 1300 Chem.
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The Michigan Daily
Vol. XCII, No. 1S
Wednesday, May5, 1982
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