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Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 13, 1988
by students about comments that students on campus," he said. "For
Steiner had made," said Orlando me, I found it interesting."
Bagwell, the show's producer- Bagwell said his production team
director. "But we found it was included the University in the
Continued from Page 1 becoming a debate between students program because of student reaction
ONE notable omission, some and the administration," he said. "We to racial incidents in spring, 1987.
students said, was the controversy didn't want to make a film that was "Because the students had taken an
surrounding LSA Dean Peter necessarily attacking the active role in dealing with those
Steiner's comments, considered administration of the University of problems, (and) we found students
racist by some students, made during Michigan." willing to talk, we felt it was a
a September 17, 1987 meeting of ROBERT LENAGHAN, vice school we wanted to come to,"
LSA department heads and directors. -hair of the Senate Advisory Bagwell said.
"They (the producers) did ask me Committee on University Affairs, No faculty or staff were included,
about him," sand former SACUA chair Harris Bagwell said, because the intent of
University student who appeared on McClamroch, both said they did not the program was to highlight
the show. On the show, Simms fault the f relations between University
related his experiences as the only Steiner. "I wouldn't have thought students. "We were really looking
Black member of Delta Tau Delta. t i t wsdtoeLn gh for the students' ideas," he said. "The
He also spoke about receiving a that it was distorted, Lenaghan said, University of Michigan's dealing
racist flier in his Mosher-Jordan adding that he feels institutional
room this year. racism is too complex an issue to (with the issues) wasn't the focus of
Although anti-Steiner posters cover thoroughly in a one-hour He said he and the staff felt they
were visible in scenes of the show's progr amroch lauded the piece for had failed to include female
protest footage, no reference was its focus on students. "I'm probably participation. "We didn't have the
made to the Steiner issue. less attuned to particular feelings of voice of women in this film," he
"There were some questions raised said.

Continued from Page 1
Charles Anzalone, The Buffalo
News reporter who wrote the story,
said Sample is "the most popular
person who is not an athlete in Buf-
falo." Sample is the only non-busi-
ness executive member of the
"Group of 18," an informal, but
prestigious, committee designed to
improve the Buffalo's image and

economic prosperity. Rhodes during the 1979 presidential
CORNELL UNIVERSITY search. A regent involved in that
President Frank Rhodes - former search said Rhodes still would be an
University vice provost for academic excellent University President.
affairs - is another possible candi- "I know him personally," said
date. former Regent David Laro. "I think
Rhodes' secretary said this week he is superb. The University would
that he received a letter from Brown be extremely well-served."
about two months ago asking him
to consider the position of Univer- The new President is expected to
sity president. But Rhodes does not take office by Sept. 1, when Interim
intend to leave Cornell, she said. President Robben Fleming has said
The regents also considered he will leave office.



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NASA center Heart study
,theUnsty'sCo Heart attack patients can leave the
This June, tbe niversity's Col- hospital sooner, and with consider-
lege of Engineering will become one ably less heart damage, according to
of ninesitesof National Aeronautics a 15-month University Medical
and Space Administration (NASA) Center study.
Space Engineering Research Centers Advancements in reperfusion, or
in the country. artery-clearing treatments, can allow
About 15 University faculty some heart attack patients to leave
members and 20 graduate students hospitals as little as three days after
will work toward innovations in admittance, said the study's principal
space technology as part of the five- investigator, Eric Topol, associate
year, $10 million project, said pro- professor of internal medicine and
ject leader Fawwaz Ulaby, an engi- director of the center's Cardiology
neering professor. NASA chose the Catheterization Laboratory.
University last week from among a Reperfusion reduces damage to
pool of 115 applicants. the heart by dissolving blood clots
The program will use University in the coronary arteries - in effect
research to develop space-based ob- aborting the attack. Standard treat-
servatories and permanent centers run ment includes the use of morphine,
by people on the moon, Mars, and nitroglycerine, and bed rest to
other planets, said Steven Hartman, alleviate symptoms, but doesn't at-
program manager for the University tempt to attack the obstruction.
Space Engineering Centers Program - by Anna enkevotch
at NASA.
- by Melanie Nezer New Shanty
The latest addition to the ever
New SACUA head growing collection of shanties on
Associate Prof. of Social Work the diag has been met with mixed
and Women's Studies Beth Reed, emotions.
who began a one-year term as chair The shanty, put up by the Mus-
of the Senate Advisory Committee lim Students Association, was built
on University Affairs last week, said to symbolize the Palestinian condi-
she does not yet have an agenda for tion in Israel. It has statements such
the upeoming year. as "End Israeli Oppression" an
edog rea .Engineering "Free Palestine" written on the side
Reedof. who replacedEn said she of it. According to the students re-
favors continuing S A C U A's sponsible, it was built to be a
involvement with minority issues eyesore" to people and thus serve a
on campus. "Right now we are in a constant reminder of the Pales-
the planning process," Reed said. tinian situation.
McClamroch said he was "very of While the Palestinians are proud
pleased with (Reed's) appointment. ofitheir shanty, Israeli students are
She is the first woman chairperson quite distressed. "Of course IOpposel
a ve capable person and has Student Association. "I don't be-
a very history of) aA d hs lieve in statements such as 'Israeli
demonstrated herself to be very lievesin Wm t (uh sael
qualified in faculty government." '. What it (the shanty
-by Terri Park stands for is simply untrue."
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