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July 11, 1986 - Image 4

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Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, July 11,1986
Engin dean to
be named soon
By ROB EARLE interim dean.
The committee searching for a new Bhatta .
Coltege of Engineering dean will Bhtacharya, a profeaaor of
poblyofEgineremngdatwill electrical engineering, said the com-
probably make its recommendation mittee is discussing the merits of
within a month, according to a mem- several "very good" candidates from
The committee is trying to find a both within the University and from
replacement for former dean James other places.
Duderstadt who left the college in dWe've more or less narrowed it
Dudrsddoholet hecogea few candidates," Bhat-
April to become the University's vice- tacharyadasB.
president for academic affairs and a said.
prvs.The eight member selection com- '
Associate Engineering Dean Charles mittee was chosen in April by Univer-
Assocat, Ehngieeng erPharles -sity President Harold Shapiro and
Vest, who committee memher Pallib former academic affairs vicea
Bhattacharya said is still a good can-
didate for the deanship, is serving as president Billy Frye, who left the
University for another post.
The committee is chaired by
aerospace engineering Prof. Robert
fl Howe. The committee also includes a
student, an alumnus, an ad-
ministrator, and Associate LSA Dean
for Research Bill Williams.
AT THE TIME of Vest's appoin- Daily Photo by CHRIS TWIGG
tment as interim dean, several
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN engineering professors speculated
CHURCH that he would eventually win the post Steve Burns, an engineering junior, escapes from the flashing lights and non-stop excitement of Pinball Pete's
1432 Washtenaw Ave., 662-4466 permanently. Though the committee during his work break.
(between S. University and Hill) hasn't made a decision yet, Frye said
Sunday 9;30and 11:00a.m. in a letter in early April that an ap-
Coffee Hour -10:30 Social Hall pointment from within the University Campus savors new restaurant boom
Adult Education Classes during both would benefit the college more than
services, an outsider. (ConnuedfromPagei) afraid of the new Tubby's around the petition will bring better service, bet-
Campus Group: Coordinator - "I anticipate the need of the college
Jamie Schultz. would favor an internal appoin- restaurants, a city-wide phenomenon, corner. ter atmospheres, and higher quality
Meets for Bible Study 7 p.m., tment," he wrote, "but that presum-ees pace with enormous booms in "The type of people who buy subs food. For instance, the Bagel Factory
Wednesdays. ption needs to be tested in light of evelopment and tourism in and don't come in here," she said. is remodeling and expanding its;
Dr. William Hillegonds - Sr. Minister, comparative evaluation of a broader around Ann Arbor. - LIKEWISE, the Bagel Factory is seating area to attract customers.
field of talent." Many established restauranteurs confident it will stay afloat, even with Stoney said, "Those who can im
say the increased competition does a McDonald's and Little Caesar's prove their service will, and those
not bother them. They are confident moving in across the street. who can't... Some people won't make
P 13f their regular customers will come "Our product is completely dif- it. That's what happened to the Pret
repar o r back, even after trying the new ferent. (Bagel sandwiches) are not zel Bell." The Pretzel Bell folded
places. your average food," said Assistant several years ago when comparable
Carol Frank, manager of Caffe Manager Beth Kampner. restaurants moved into the Main
Fiore on State Street, said she isn't. Stoney said the increased com- Street area.

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