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Vol. XCII, No. 37-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Saturday, July 10, 1982 Ten Cents Twelve Pages

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Committee created to aid profs
By FANNIE WEINSTEIN Prof. Wilfred Kaplan, humanities Prof.
an effort to help professors deal "It just seemed to us that for the schools under Robert Weeks, and William Birdsall, an
associate professor of social work.
present and future employment review, there might be more tension and concern All four members are either recent or
blems, the University's chapter of incoming chapter presidents, and each
American Association of University . It seemed like a good idea to be a little has served on either the Senate Ad-
fessors (AAUP) recently created a forearmed.' -Prof. Charles Lehmann visory Committee on University Af-
ulty Assistance Committee, accor- m fairs, the Budget Priorities Committee,
g to members of the AAUP's former AA UP president or both.
cutive Committee. PROGRAM discontinuance, tenure,
though the committee is gesredIts adnrepotm taesmefth
ard professors in schools under schools under review, there might be a good idea to be a little forearmed. It's a reaiohnchthecomnt e sei ofte
getary review (Art, Education, and more tension and concern," former a kind of lifesaver in a sense. advice
aral Resources), the service is AAUP President Charles Lehmann In addition to Lehmann, a professor advis
ilable to all faculty members. said. "Many faculty members aren't in the School of Education, the other For instance, Leman said, the
1T' .it QT ce ,d t * hat+ fnr th aware of their rights ... It seemed like committee members are mathematics See AAUP, Page 2

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Plane crash
kills 149 in
New Orleans

KENNER, La. (AP) - A Pan
American World Airways jetliner
bulldozed into suburban homes just
minutes after taking off from New
Orleans 'International Airport in a
thunderstorm yesterday, killing all 143
people aboard and at least six on the
ground, officials said.
The three-engine Boeing 727 plowed
through two blocks of houses, and ad-
ditional fatalities were possible. Eight
people n the ground were injured, two
critically, a hospital reported.
A witness said it appeared the plane
was hit by lightning.
George Burlage, a spokesman for the
Federal Aviation Administration's
Southwestern regional headquarters in
Fort Worth, Texas, said there were no
survivors aboard Pan Am Flight 759
from New Orleans to Las Vegas.
Pan Am spokesman Merle Richman
reported 136 passengers and a crew of
seven aboard the plane.
The number killed made the crash
the second-worst in U.S. history in-

worst American air disaster overall.
At least six people died in houses
struck by the plane, said Dr. George
Bodron of the Jefferson Parish
coroner's office. He said the body count
was hampered by the severity of the
crash and the difficulty of telling where
the dead had been aboard the plane
or in houses.
"They're still picking up pieces and
parts of bodies - legs, feet, torsos
without limbs," Bodron said.
Larry Winn was in his backyard with his
four children when he looked up into the
rain and saw the Airways jetliner clip
some trees.
"It looked like he was going to land
and then it sounded like he was trying to
get altitude," said Winn.
Flight 759 from New Orleans to Las
Vegas never gained altitude. It
barreled and bounced into at least eight
homes. Its fuselage broke into metal
missiles that were flung into other
homes and onto lawns like a washing

ua"Y r nuo obDQVG, WMMAHOUN
Makeover
Village Corner on S. University is sprucing un for summer with a new wall
mural. Artists Sahba Laal and Mary Hafeli worked on the mural yesterday,

which will grace the store's front facade " . - j SeNW ae1
whc il rcetesor ro cde. volving a single aircraft, and the third- See NEW, Page 10
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By SCOTT STUCKAL Graduate Studies, the School of Art and the School of
Da professors in the School of Natural Resources Education. The reviews are part of the University's 5-
(SNR) spend too much time teaching and not enough year plan "that will reallocate $20 million of general
time doing research? {fund resources by reducing the size of the Univer-
The answer to that key question currently is being sity," according to SNR's review charge.
rese a rc h t b e sought by the University's Budget Priorities Commit- SNR Dean William Johnson said about half the
tee (BPC) in its budgetary review of the school. Faculty's time is spent on research and half on
A SUBCOMMITTEE of the BPC led by chemical teaching. While research is very crucial to the
engineering Prof. Jerome Schulz will spend the rest school's mission, Johnson said, "research is meant to
C o s I d e re 1 ~ l of the summer reviewing data from the school to be a catalyst" rather than an end in itself.
determine the "quality and amount of scholarly NATURAL RESOURCES research, which is
research being done by the faculty and graduate generally applied research directed toward a specific
re vstudents." problem, "has increased, not dramatically, but
SNR is one of 4 University schools presently under significantly" over the last few years, Johnson said.
budgetary review, along with the Rackham School of See RESEARCH, Pages5
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