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May 27, 1988 - Image 1

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Ninety-eight years of editorial freedom
Vol. XCVaII No.4S Ann Arbor, Michigan- Friday, May27,1988d
Search could be finished

NY Library
head may be
'U' President
BY RYAN T UT A K president, said the announcement of
The University's Board of Regents the next president is imminent, but
offered New York Public Library would only confirm that five candi-
President Vartan Gregorian the post dates remain.
of University President two weeks Two weeks ago, the Buffalo News
ago, a source familiar with Gregorian reported that State University of New
said. York-Buffalo President Steve Sample
Two sources involved in the pres- is a final candidate.
idential search process confirmed Regent Paul Brown (D-Petoskey),
yesterday that Gregorian is a final chair of the presidential search,
candidate. maintains the president will be se-
Rackham graduate student Jim lected within the next three weeks
DeZazzo; a member of the student
advisory committee to select the See Searh,Pte2
Regents approve
Diversity Day idea
Martin Luther King's birthday sity's Board of Regents voted 5-0-2,
next January may be a "Diversity approving Fleming's proposal to
Day" with the University holding investigate campus support for the
alternative education programs in- diversity day.
stead of classes, if officials follow Fleming favored cancelling
through on a proposal by Interim classes for students on the holiday,
University President Robben Flem- but would not support giving Uni-
ing. versity staff the day off. He added
Fleming said he will "hopefully" that he would like to have students
submit a formal plan for the holiday attend alternative educational pro-
to the regents in June. See Diversity, Page 4

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Chem ical sl t v a m ROBIN LOZNAK/Daily
Kathryn Barnes, University Occupational Safety and Environmental Health employee, takes as
breath of fresh air after removing her oxygen mask. Barnes and fellow worker Mike Dressler
were called in to assist 17 firefighters in helping remove a potentially dangerous chemical
spill in C.C. Little Sunday afternoon. See story, page 4.
M' rbs fricd in conference
BY MICHAEL SALINSKY 4-1 loss to eventual champion Minnesota. The
Michigan head coach Bud Middaugh had almost pre- Wolverines received an at-large bid to the NCAA tour-
dited the Big Ten baseball tournament when he said it nament, where they travel to the University of Texas
"has got to be one of the most wide open tournament for their regional action starting today.
in years." After winning the opener of the four-team, double-
When his words were fulfilled, his favored Michigan elimination tournament against Ohio State, the
squad had finished third, and the coach was left to ex- Wolverines fell into the loser's bracket with a 4-2 loss
plain what had happened. "We happened to be hot dur- to Michigan State on Friday.
ing the season and not at tournament time," said the The player most responsible for digging the
tenth-year coach. "Any of the four teams could have Wolverines hole was senior Spartan pitcher Todd
won." Krumm.
These words came after the Michigan baseball Krumm went the complete nine innings, four-hit-
team's hopes of winning its eighth Big Ten title in the ting Michigan. The righty struck out 15 Wolverines,
last ten years ended abruptly Saturday afternoon with a

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