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NEWS
Incoming freshman
makes regent bid
Prospective first-year Simon
Boehme is collecting signa-
tures for the fall ballot.
SEE PAGE 2
OPINION
Living up to James
Angell's ideal
The largest freshman class
in 'U' history should be wel-
comed, says Tyler Jones.
SEE PAGE5
ARTS
M.I.A. stays true to
form with latest LP
'\/\/\ Y /\" proves the Sri
Lankan is going to say what
she wants, and say it loud.
SEE PAGE 9
SPORTS
LegendaryU'coach
Warhurst retires
After 36 years as Michigan's
cross country and track coach,
the stalwart calls it quits.
SEE PAGE 12

Fans react to Spain's 1-0 extra time win against the Netherlands during the 2010 FIFA World Cup Final at Conor O'Neill's Traditional
Irish Pub. The victory marked Spain's first in World Cup history.
SMOKING BAN
LSA Building initiates
'U' smoke-free policy

ADMINIST ATION
Hanlon gets
64-percent
salary raise
New University provost
makes 28 percent more
than predecessor
By KYLE SWANSON
Daily NewsEditor
When Philip Hanlon assumed
his new post as the University's pro-
vost at the beginning of this month,
he not only assumed the many head-
aches that confront the University's
chief academic and budget officer, but
he was also given a 64-percent pay
increase.
Details of the new University Pro-
vost's compensation package were
released to The
Michigan Daily
after months of
inquiries into
Hanlon's new
contract with -''
the University.
The requests had
previously been KYLE SWANSON
denied several
times by a Univer- A ovingfhe
sity spokeswoman Administrotion
who said the con-
tract had notbeen finalized. However,
the contract released to the Daily last
week was dated
Hanlon previously earned a sal-
ary of $286,000 as vice provost for
academic and budgetary affairs at the
University. In his new position as Uni-
versity Provost, he will earn a salary of
$470,000.
Hanlon's new salary far exceeds
that of former University Provost
Teresa Sullivan, who earned a salary
See PROVOST, Page 7

INDEX
Vol. CXX,No. 143@ 2010TheMichiganDaily
michigandaily.com
N EW S ............................... 2
OPINION ......................4
CLASSIFIEDS.................... 6
CROSSWORD ............. ...6
SU D O K U ......................................8
A RT S ........................ .........9
SPO RTS ................. ...........11

Building prohibits
smoking one year prior
to campus ban
By CAITLIN HUSTON
DailyStaffReporter
As the campus prepares to go
smoke-free in July 2011, some build-
ings are implementing the smoke-
free policy earlier in an effort to
create a healthier work environment.
As of July 1 of this year, smok-
ing within 50 feet of the LSA build-

ing entrances is prohibited, due to
a building policy initiated by LSA
Dean Terrence McDonald. As the
LSA Building and other campus sites
move toward becoming smoke-free,
the University Health System is also
preparing its services for the transi-
tion.
In a campus-wide email sent
out last April, President Coleman
announced that all three of the Uni-
versity's campuses would become
smoke-free on July 1, 2011. This
policy will make all of the university
grounds and buildings smoke-free
areas.
Robert Johnson, Director of

Facilities and Operations at the Uni-
versity, said the decision to make the
LSA Building smoke-free before the
rest of campus was due to the accu-
mulation of smoke around the build-
ing entrances.
"Every time you came in the
building you had to walk through
smoke, and that was bothering a
number of people," Johnson said.
Because of this accumulation,
as well as the fact that many offices
overlook the entrances, Johnson
said the different departments in the
building approved Dean McDonald's
smoke-free proposal.
See SMOKE-FREE, Page 7

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