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as chair of the psychology department
has taught her how to deal with diverse
"Obviously, she has good tact and
diplomatic skills to keep all those (dif-
ferent) groups all working together,"
In considering a permanent LSA
dean, Bollinger said the number of
times the University has appointed an
interim dean to the permanent position
in the past is not relevant.
"Frequency is not the main issue, it's
the willingness of the interim to he con-
sidered," Bollinger said.
Bollinger said Cantor consults with
him about the appointment of deans.
"Both of us are very pleased that Pat
Gurin decided to do this;' Bollinger said.
Bollinger said the role of interim
LSA dean requires someone who will
take the school forward.
"It's really impossible for a school
to remain still," Bollinger said. "All
kinds of decisions have to be reached
in the semester or two."
Bollinger said Cantor will begin a
search committee to look for a perma-
nent dean for LSA.
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"There is nothing serious about the
discussion. It's very serious," Brater said.
Brater said she was happy with the
proposed funding increase.
"I'm glad the House saw fit to adopt
a 4 percent increase," Brater said. "This
is important to support adequate fund-
ing for higher education in the state."
Brewer said University tuition
should be a priority. "My goal is to keep
tuition as it is or to lower it;' Brewer said.
"The increase over the last 10 years has
been awful." He added that if he were a
University administrator, he would use
the funding to reduce tuition fees.
"This increased funding eases the
University all the way around," Brewer
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the away games," Brown said.
He added that the plans include
making tickets affordable and utiliz-
ing Crisler arena's new video
screens for the football games when
The ticket prices "won't be the
scope of a regular game;" Brown
said. "It will be scaled down. We
want to make it doable."
Brown said the ability to show the
games in Michigan Stadium stems
from the new production facility at
"We'll be able to put things on
from in-house" Brown said. "It will
allow coaches - Carr and Ellerbe
- to do shows from on campus."
The major marketing advance-
ment mirrors "JoeVision," showings
of the Red Wings' away games at Joe
But Brown said he thinks
Michigan's football showings will
nevertheless be new and unique.
"I don't think this has ever been
done before," Brown said.
Brown said while there are many
unknowns in the planning process,
there are already "many irons in the
Although he did not say which
plans had been finalized. Brown said
the planning committee had spoken
with Michigan Marching Band
Director Kevin Sedatole and with
central campus coordinators of
"Welcome to Michigan."
Brown said the planning commit-
tee is attempting to tnake the away-
game showings as real as an actual
home football game.
"We would like to have as many
people in that stadium as we can for
the away games," Brown said. "We'll
give them a real experience."
University alumnus Mark Gmazel,
who went to several games durit
his time at the University, said 1l
away-game showings would
exciting if the atmosphere mirror
one of a home game.
"It would be a draw to have ti
band there," Gmazel said. "Tht
could get a couple thousand (fan
out there, and make it like a regul
Despite complaints earlier in ti
year that the new video boar
would take away the tradition of t1
University, Brown said the plait
utilize the new equipment are we
"We want every football fan
know we are taking into consider
tion the long-standing tradition at
integrity with everything we dc
University alumnus and season tic
etholder Stu Sandler said the idea
using the video scoreboards to broa
cast the games was "cool."
He added that the showings w
enhance the Michigan football spi
during away games.
"It would give people the chan
to watch the game in the real sta
um atmosphere," Sandler said.
He added that because the Rt
Wings' "JoeVision" has been a si
cess, Michigan's version should al
win the favor of the fans.
Sandler said that adding cola
sions or other elements of h
games would make it somethi
people would want to experience.
"You could turn it into a r
social t ime,' Sandler said.
Brown said he does not think
will take much to draw Michio
fans to the Big House for the as
games, especially the Notre Dar
matchup in early September.
"Michigan football on Saturda
is almost a ritual," Brown said.
like getting up and going to churc
Saturday is set aside for football."
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