2 -- The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, August 7, 1996
Continued from Page 1
"People make '
choices on indi-
dates," she said. .
State Rep. Liz
Arbor) said she is
running on her as
record of "being
always been a city that has sent pro-
gressive representatives to state and
federal (office)," Brater said.
Rivers' opponent plans to win votes by
focusing on economic strategy, locally
"1'm in it to
build a strong
economy - a
than we have
today that creates
good jobs - not
j o b s,"
"Let people keep Brater
what they earn."
Rivers said republican presidential
candidate Bob Dole's tax plan will be a
point of contention in the election.
Voters will determine a lot based on
economic plans, she said. SEARCH ciating process to go through."
Fitzsimmons said a balanced budget Continued from Page 1 Low said if he were to consider being
is the key to lower interest rates and less a university president, 'Michigan
costly student loans. University in 1954 and a masters degree would definitely be the place to be one.
"I'd like to get to a situation where from the Massachusetts Institute of It's such a great institution."
parents and students have more money Technology in 1973. He received a med- Both Potchen and Low were nomi-
at their level and their hands so they can ical degree from Wayne State University nated for the presidency of Michigan
choose their academic pursuits wherev- in 1958 and a law degree from the State University several years ago. Both
er they choose to go," he said. University of Michigan in 1984. said they were willing to be considered
Brater is also focusing on educa- Potchen said he is not actively pursu- for the MSU position at the timne..
tion and access to higher education in ing the University presidency. He did, At the July meeting of the University
her first re-election campaign for her however, say, "I am eager to help my Board of Regents, hospital administra-
seat. Brater said she makes an effort alma mater in any way I can." tion experience was singled out as an
to visit the campus regularly. "Michigan is a great place. I like it a important criterion for the individua@
"I've been working very hard on cam- lot," Potchen said. who will become the next president.
pus to keep in touch with students at the N. Reed Dunnick, the chair of radiol- Lehman told the regents the search for
University of Michigan," she said. ogy at the University, said he has known a new president was progressing as
Brater's republican opponent, Chris Potchen for a long time. "He under- scheduled. Lehman said PSAC contin-
Schmitt, could not be reached for com- stands the big picture of medicine" ues to make "excellent progress" in find-
ment yesterday. Dunnick said. ing candidates for the position. He said
While in the last few months candi- "Having both the committee
dates have either debated members of medical and law had already
their own party or avoided the political degrees gives him I am eager to gathered 275
spotlight, party politics will now be an a better (presiden- prospects.
issue too. tial) perspective help my alma "It's six
"Democrats have an edge this year," than someone o'clock ant
Rivers said. "People are not very happy coming from a m ater in any way I all's well,"
with the 104th Congress and the repub- single-discipline ,, Lehman said.
lican agenda." background. can R e g e n t
Rivers will be accompanied by U.S. "Ive always E.James Potchen Shirley McFee
Health and Human Services Secretary been impressed - ( R - B a t t i e
Donna Shalala on a visit to the thathme got his law Chair of radiology, MSU Creek), co-
University Medical Center. Shalala will degree on nights chair of the
be campaigning with Rivers. and weekends while working as the chair Presidential Search Committee, praised
of radiology at MSU." Lehman and PSAC for their efforts.
Low said he had been contacted by a McFee also reminded Lehman of soms
"commercial head-hunting firm" about of the traits the regents would prefer t
his willingness to become a candidate see in the next University president.
for the University presidency. McFee said the next president should
Malcolm MacKay, managing direc- be an academic with business savvy.
Cool off with f tor of Russell Reynolds Inc., a New She also said, given the downsizing
York-based consulting firm, was hired challenges facing the University
CO LL I DE RI earlier this year to help with the search. Medical Center, the next president
Choose any of our 22 Fruit, Low has degrees from Queens should have "knowledge of health care
Cereal, and Candy Topint University and Baylor University. facility management."
to Create your own Cooi0 Low said he had not sent his cv. to Regent Philip Power (D-Ann Arbor)
Non-Fat Frozen Yogurt Shake! PSAC, saying he, too, was not actively said knowledge of hospital admitistra-
pursuing the University presidency. tion would be a tremendous asset in
Also Featuring: However, Low said "it would be mag- president. He said because the Medical
Charbroiled Sandwiches nificent" to be president of the Center is such a massive budget expen-
and Fresh Salads University. diture and generates such a large
Daly HousS peCcials! fHe said he told the firm he was not amount of revenue, the next leader of
interested because "being a candidate the University should understand how
812 South State Street to be a University president is an excru- academic teaching hospitals work.
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