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Page 8 -The Michigan Daily-Friday, May 22, 1987
SUNY provost will1
head Physics dept.

Shelter closing
Ilanues1c hnmeLesc

(Continued from Pase 1)
James Duderstadt was responsible
for drawing Neal to the University.
"But Duderstadt knew Neal and put
resources at his disposal and made it
very appealing to him."
Jones suspects that some sort of
deal was worked out between Duder -
stadt and Neal.
The appointment was approved
by the Regents at their May 14
meeting, following LSA Dean
Peter Steiner's nomination last
month. Neal's appointment ends a

year-long search for a new chair -
person.
"The department and (LSA) have
been searching nationally for over a
year for a distinguished physicist to
lead the Physics Department as we
rebuild the sciences at Michigan. I
am certain we have found the ideal
person," said LSA Dean Steiner.
When he enters office, Neal will
have to face a serious space prob -
lem in the Physics department,
which ranked 19th nationally in the
survey taken in 1980-81.

Neal
... to head Physics Department
"We're in a situation right now
where we're bursting at the seams.
We're definitely lacking in lab and
floor space," said Jones.

June 19.
a potenti
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(Continuedfrom Page 1) Health and social worker John
The day shelter has found Strops attributes the homeless
Te dysheterwhs fmound problem to the lack of affordable
cal site downtown removed housing in Ann Arbor along with
city's business district and an influx of mentally ill patients
uested a one month from surrounding hospitals.
from the bank. Within the last five years
Day Drop-In Program approximately 250 affordable rooms
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Ann Arbor were taken off the
y and serves between 50 and market and never replaced. Some of
e a week. A team of social the mentally ill patients from 4
and volunteers attempt to Ypsilanti Regional Hospital, the
sitors solve immediate Veteran Association Hospital, and'
s like finding affordable the University Hospital flock to the
and jobs. shelters after being discharged,
t people last year used the Strops said.
Dr two weeks or less," Zick "A lot of the homeless get
'a place people can come committed, then released. It's a
sp of coffee, play cards, feeder system. Word gets out that
and a place for people to you can sign out of the hospital and
t of." cruise to the shelter," Strops said.
main problem the shelter "It's a concern because there seems4
overcrowding. "We consis- to be a trickle of homeless folks
ave more people than we with mental illness."
d. We need to attack the But he does not believe the
Zick said. homeless to be a threat to the
tor of Community Mental community.

'U' may gain from additional clinics
tColace eatPage I People won't think they have to be said.
medical center, a transfer of assets a member of the HMO to go to the Turck said the transfer will nc
to the hospital would erase this center." raise costs for HMO subscribers
limit. Brinkerhoff said that removing "This should be favorable to th
"We'll be able to increase that the limit will not affect members of HMO," he said. "It removes th
level of (non-HMO) business," the organization. "As the patient overhead costs of the centers, whicl
Turck said. "We'll be able to mar- load increases, we will put more would be an encumbrance on HM(
ket them a little bit more easily. doctors and nurses at the clinic," he coverage."

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