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Publie Health dean
leaves 9-year post
By EVELYN SAMMUT
The dean of the University's School of
Public Health will move to the Univer-
sity of Iowa this fall to begin a term as
vice president for academic affairs.
Richard Remington, who was appoin-
ted dean in 1974, expressed regret at
leaving the University, but said his new
position in Iowa would be challenging.
"I welcome the increased respon-
sibility," Remington said, adding,
"This isn't an easy move. This is not an
easy place to leave. I'm devoted to
Michigan; I've been associated with
Michigan for 21 years."
Remington, an authority on the
causes of cardiovascular disease,
began his first teaching position at the
University in 1958. He served as
associate dean for research at the
University of Texas School of Public
Health before returning to the Univer-
University President Harold Shapiro,
commenting on the search for
Remington's successor, said, "Superior
leadership has been a tradition at the
School of Public Health. Because of the
very high ranking of the school, we ex-
pect to attract excellent candidates for
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...moving to Iowa
A search committee for prospective
dean candidates will not be established
until Vice President for Academic Af-
fairs Billy Frye returns from vacation
this week, Frye's office 'eported
to leave 'U'
Political Science Prof. Allen Whiting
will be leaving the University this fall
for an out-of-state teaching position.
Whiting, who specializes in inter-
national politics, confirmedyesterday
that he will resign from the University
at the end of summer to join the faculty
at the University of Arizona.
Whiting currently works closely with
the Center for Chinese Studies. He
joined the University's faculty in 1968,
after teaching at Northwestern Univer-
sity, Michigan State University, and
He has also compiled a long record'of
foreign service. Whiting's past gover-
nmental posts include director of
Research and Analysis in the State
Department's Bureau of Intelligence
Research and deputy consulate general
of Hong Kong.
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T HE ARMS RACE certainly has no future in Lanesboro, Minnesota.
It was decided recently that Lanesboro's municipal arsenal will not be
doubled-meaning the town's two police officers will continue to share one
gun. When Lanesboro Police Chief Jack Munns asked the town's city council
to buy a .38-caliber revolver - to join forces with the department's lone .357-
caliber magnum gun - the council was less than receptive, advising him to
trade the old gun in for a new model. Police armaments have increased,
however, since one officer started carrying his personal gun on duty. Thank
goodness for the right to bear arms.
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mVHE DEVIL HAD HIS DAY last week before the "hard-shell, old-
fashioned, Bible-believing" congregation of the First Baptist Church in Los
Angeles. The devil lost. By a unanimous vote, 263 members of the
congregation voiced confidence that their associate pastor was not the "son
of the devil," as some members had discussed. Lawrence Baskin, the vin-
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wife. "It was an overwhelmingly positive decision," Baskin said, eager to
stop taking heat from the hellish accusations. Q
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Domestic Violence Project - workshop, "Feminist Resistance to Male
Violence," 8p.m., Union ballroom.
National Organizatiop for Women - Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Unitarian Chur-
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Physical Education - George Sheehan, "How to Live on 24 Hours a Day,"
1 p.m., Rackham Auditorium.
University Bike Club - meeting, 8 p.m., 1084 S. Engin.
Ann Arbor Go Club - meeting, 7 p.m., 1433 Mason.
Botticelli Game Players - Meeting, noon, Dominick's.
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Tuesday, May 11, 1982
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