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Page 14 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, May 8, 1984
'U' refuses to aecept $20,000

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two classes each term. However,
because LSA is literally flooded with
students, some instructors have volun-
teered to teach more classes. Hornback
is one of those professors.
Last term, Hornback taught five
classes, taking the equivalent load of
two-and-a-half faculty members.
HORNBACK said he is giving the
University $20,000 in services. But he
doesn't want extra pay for his teaching.
So what exactly is he trying to do?
All he said he wants is to be credited
with a $20,000 gift to the University. He
said being credited with this gift would
encourage faculty members to teach
extra classes. According to Hornback,
teaching these extra classes eliminates

English prof
the need for fundraising by the Univer-
sity.
BUT JON Cosovich, the University's
vice president in charge of fundraising,
didn't accept the offer. Hornback went
to the University regents at their
meeting last month, but they took no
action.
"I didn't expect any response from
(the regents)", he said, adding "I'm
serious about the idea that I'm
proposing to them."
According to Hornback, the Univer-
sity is taking the wrong approach to
supporting itself. Hornback says he
doesn't want any special recognition for
his work - other than being credited
with a gift.

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Burning bright ^Asociatee
Greek actress Katerina Didaskalou lit the Olympic flame yesterday from the
Sacred Grove of Ancient Olympia in Greece. It will be flown to Los Angeles
for this summer's Olymic Games, which start July 20.
Truman 's-anniversar~y
commemorated today
"ASK HIM. Of course i will, if he
(Centinuedtfrom Page t1) wants me. But I don't want to stick my
from getting killed and the same num- nose in where it's not wanted."
ber on the other side. I'd do it again un- "Do you feel the United Nations has
der the same circumstances." Ap- lived up to its original purpose?"
plause. "It was a weapon of war and "Why certainly it has. That's why I set
that's what it was used for. Yes, young it up."
lady?" "What are your plans for the
"How did it feel when you first future?"
became president?" "MY FUTURE plans are to do just
"It was a very, very difficult thing. It what I'm doing here today. I'm 80. And
was a most worrisome job and one that if I live to be 90, you'll hear me every
I hoped I could fill. I tried my best." week if you want to." He died at 88 on
"DID YOU believe that you could win Dec. 26, 1972. "That's up to you."
the election in 1948?" "Did you ever second-guess yourself
"I knew I could. I could not have won on decisions that you made?"
if I hadn't thought that. I never started "No. Those decisions were made on
out with a defeatist attitude in any the best information possible. I
campaign I was ever in. You don't want examined all of the information that
-to do that if you're going to run for of- could be provided on a subject and then
fce. made my decisions. That's all you can
"Are you going to help President do."
Johnson in his campaign?" "Was the work easy as president?"
"No. You need 24 hours a day and you
WILD adj hg hxl,iuaing caree -rnt
or ietedev .speditioeg can only work about 16. It's the hardest
AME I A peaca ledovind antafrea job in the world. Nobody would enjoy it
S T Practal , Nsiultur. t"I- " tsa-e. if he knows what he's talking about."
IS U R algopcmig il tde n
encovie P "'deep'clcalpb After 15 or 20 minutes, Truman was
CAMPUS I]mscetns linenciad ready to return to his office.
Well, thank you a lot. I'm glad you
eTIL AUIO CI II S TE came. I hope you come back. Thank
~~ ( 4you.
LSA SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE
Merit A ward Recipients
Maitray D. Patel
Kathryn L. Sutton

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