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To "Beat" or not to Beat
After nearly 10 months at downtown Ann Arbor's Heidelberg restaurant, local personality Martin
Tury's rock'n'roll club, The Beat, found itself without a home Monday. Heidelberg manager Fritz
Kochendorfer says Tury was kicked out over debts, accusing him of "ripping off every band for almost a
year." Tury says he instigated the split and has "already begun negotiation" regarding a new site for
the club - whose name he still owns. Still, a show by the Holy Cows went on as scheduled yesterday
without Tury, and under the Heidelberg's name - as will the Beat's remaining shows for this month.
CLASSIFIED ADSI Call 764-0557

The Michigan Daily-Friday, June 16,1989-Page 5
Woman dean
sets priorities
BY ANN EVELETH to women.
Women are less likely to ap- Her involvement in this task will
proach and finish graduate studies in be mostly "studying the situation
science, said Psychology Prof. and exchanging information," but
Nancy Cantor, who became the sec- since she will be serving on some of
ond woman ever to serve as associate the University's task forces, Cantor
dean of faculty programs at Rackham said that she will be involved in pol-
Graduate School on June 1st. icy implementation. Task forces are
k I! i,,, generally organized by the
University for the purpose of fact
finding and issuing policy recom-
mendations.
As Associate Dean of Faculty
Programs, Cantor's responsibilities
include graduate program evaluation,
financial aid, and faculty grant and
fellowship programs. Though
Cantor is interested in understanding
the climate of graduate education,
undergraduates are also included in
her focus.
"At Michigan in particular as a
research institution, the quality of
the graduate school is important to
AMIT 5HANIDaily undergraduates," said Cantor.
Cantor Cantor is a specialist in the areas
named as dean of personality and social psychology
and will continue her research at the
"I think it's important that the Research Center for Group
University take a look at the climate Dynamics at the Institute for Social
for women and minorities on cam- Research.
pus," said Cantor. Cantor received her undergraduate
Cantor said she wants to explore degree from Sarah Lawrence College
the issues and barriers involved in in 1974, and her PhD from Stanford
making careers in science atractive T i.; ....; :. 1 no

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