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May 06, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…e Michigan Daily Vol. XCI, No. IS A nn Arbor, Michigan-Wednesday, May 6, 1981 FREE ISSUE Twenty-eight Pages Riots continue to rock Ireland RIOTERS CLASHED WITH British police when violence broke out hours af- ter the death of IRA hunger striker Bobby Sands. This hooded rioter prepares to hurl a fire-bomb at security forces yesterday in Belfast. These riots, the worst in the two weeks of trouble surrounding Sands' hunger strike, have lef...…

May 07, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCI, No. 2-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, May 7, 1981 FREE ISSUE Twenty Pages USAF plane explodes From AP and UPI WALKERSVILLE, Md. - An Air Force missile-satellite tracking plane blew up yesterday over Western Maryland and plummeted into a rye field, killing all 21 people aboard, state police said. Residents who witnessed the crash just north of Walkersville described the $50 million EC-135-A plane as a "ball of f...…

May 08, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daly Vol. XCI, No. 3-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Friday, June 8, 1981 FREE ISSUE Twenty Pages 7House M:approves eagan budget From AP and UPI silently and a packed gallery watched WASHINGTON - The House defied intently. WASHNGTN -The ous deied "You close the door on America" its Democratic leaders yesterday and when voting for the Reagan-backed bill, approved President Reagan's austerity he declared. budget, endorsing a historic r...…

May 09, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 4) • Page Image 1

…Te Michigan Daily Vol. XCI, No. 4-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Saturday, May 9, 1981 Sixteen Pages Executive committee: Eliminate Geography By SUE INGLIS The LSA Executive Committee has decided to recommend that the geography department be eliminated, a member of the geography faculty said yesterday. The faculty member said that Geography Department Chairman John Nystuen had been informed of the committee's decision on Thursday in a meeting with Act...…

May 12, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 5) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCI, No. 5-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Tuesday, May 12, 1981 Sixteen Pages France begins rock transition to Socialism AP Photo Marley dies Reggae star Bob Marley, shown here in a recent concert, died yesterday at a Miami hospital of brain cancer. Marley, leader of the band, Bob Marley and the Wailers, was 36. See story, Page 7. nn rborjob market bleak From AP and UPI Uncertainty about France's future under a Socialist p...…

May 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 6) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCI, No. 6-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Wednesday, May 13, 1981 Sixteen Pages Senate approves budget From AP and UPI WASHINGTON - The Senate overwhelmingly approved a 1982 budget limit of $700.8 billion last night, handing President Reagan a second major legislative vic- tory within days for his proposed plan and spending cuts. The vote was 78 to 20 in favor of the non-binding plan, which is similar on virtually all major po...…

May 14, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…The MichiganDaly Vol. XCI, No. 7-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, May 14, 1981 Twenty Pages Pope wounded; condition 'guarded' POPE JOHN PAUL II is helped by aides after being shot yesterday. A Turkish terrorist was accused and arrested by police. Hea ringheld for Kelly' trialI From AP and UPI VATICAN CITY-Doctors removed part of Pope John Paul's intestines in a "suc- cessful" four-hour operation yesterday following an attempt on the pontiff'...…

May 15, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCI, No. 8-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Friday, May 15, 1981 Twenty Pages plus Supplement Mideast tension continues to build From AP and UPI WASHINGTON--Israeli forces were reported moving additional military equipment into the Golan Heights area yesterday and U.S. analysts said it ap- pearsthat both the Israelisand the Syrians are prepared for a fight. Administration sources said there is no sign the Syrians age moving any...…

May 16, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…e Michigan Daily Vol. XCI, No. 9-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Saturday, May 16, 1981 Sixteen Pages U officials join ov. Milliken Gover the Prop yesterda final bi decided measure "It's a of prom He then to begin paigning in develo WILL Prnnqs in support of Proposal'A tee-which has raised about $210,000 to and universities, formally come out in growth to 6 percent by prop By SUE INGLIS push the tax bill-said most polls in- favor of the proposal. unle...…

May 19, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 10) • Page Image 1

…The-Michigan Daily Vol. xci, No. 10-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Tuesday, May 19, 1981 Sixteen Pages Unemployment bits state WASHINGTON (UPI) -Four Michigan cities, hard hit by job losses in the auto industry, were among the top 10 major metropolitan areas with r the highest unemployment rates in the nation, the Labor Department reported yesterday. Flint had the second worst unem- ployment rate in the nation at 16.5 per- cent in March. Also among th...…

May 20, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 11) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily. Vol. XCI, No. 11-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Wednesday, May 20, 1981 Sixteen Pages ProposalA rejected by state voters From staff andwirereports DETROIT - Michigan voters rejec- ted by almost a 3-1 margin yesterday a tax plan that would have slashed property taxes and increased the sales tax. The plan had been devised by state leaders hoping to head off. more sweeping tax reforms. An unofficial tally by The Associated Press s...…

May 21, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily n-Thursday, May 21, 1981 Sixteen Pages Milliken order could free 900 prisoners A HAPPY ROBERT Tisch and a solemn Gov. William Milliken reflect the respective moods of Proposal A opponents and supporters following its sound defeat Tuesday. Tisch, the Shiawassee Drain Commissioner, is already gearing up for a campaign to pass his new Tisch Ill tax plan while Milliken said he will try to devise a compromise plan to head off...…

May 23, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 14) • Page Image 1

…TeMi-chig.,anDaily Vol - X I l-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Saturday, May 23, 1981 Sixteen Pages Riots erupt at Jackson, FIREFIGHTERS extinguish a burning dormitory at Jackson Prison. Angry Jackson inmates (inset) stare out from behind a barbed-wire fence. Reget OK s-maller faculty promotion list By NANCY BILYEAU didate's race or sex. The list of faculty members recom- UNIVERSITY President Harold mended for promotion for 1981-82 is Shapiro assur...…

May 27, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 15) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCI, No. 15-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Wednesday, May 27, 1981 Sixteen Pages Prison riots worsen JACKSON (UPI)-Teargas-equipped guards quelled a second disturbance at the world's largest walled prison yesterday night, containing 1,000 rioting inmates, but a new uprising broke out at a state prison 450 miles away. The latest violence broke out about 8:15 p.m. at the Marquette Branch prison in the Upper Peninsula, just a...…

May 28, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 16) • Page Image 1

…Te Mchigan Daily Vol. XCI, No. 16-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, May 28, 1981 Sixteen Pages City proposal protested By NANCY BILYEAU A handful of civil rights activists' staged a formal protest in front of City Hall yesterday, voicing their opposition to proposed City Council ordinance thtwould require halfway house prisoners and parolees to register with the city within 10 days of establishing residency in Ann Arbor. The proposed ordinance,...…

May 29, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 17) • Page Image 1

…The~ Mihiga Da I Vol. XCI, No. 17-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Friday, May 29, 1981 Sixteen Pages Overcrowding haunts county By LOU FINTOR Officials at correctional facilities in several southeastern Michigan coun- ties-including Washtenaw-are main- taining varying levels of staff alert this week in light of recent rioting at Jackson, Ionia, and Marquette State prisons.t InsOakland County, officials described the situation as "critical," and sai...…

May 30, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 18) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan aily Vol. XCI, No. 18-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Saturday, May 30, 1981 Sixteen Pages Mideast faces Crisas From APand UPI ADDRESSING A rally as rocket and BEIRUT-Israeli fighter jets yester- mortar fire ripped across Beirut, day evening streaked over Lebanon's PLO leader thret ens Arafat made the admission a day after central Bakaa valley, drawing fire Israeli warplanes destroyed a Libyan- from Syrian anti-aircraft gunners' e se s ,ope...…

May 06, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Wednesday, May 6, 1981--The Michigan Daily British 'Ripper' pleads insanity From AP and UPI The "Yorkshire Ripper" said he or convict him of murder, which carries bludgeoned, stabbed, strangled and a maximum penalty of life in prison. mutilated 13 women during a 5-year The prosecutor said Sutcliffe might reign of terror because God ordered have been trying to convince him to kill prostitutes, the prosecution psychiatrists he was insane ...…

May 07, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…Pane 2-Thursday, May 7, 1981-The Michigan Daily Teamsters' president Fitzsinuons dies at 73 Teamsters President Frank Fit- zsimmons died yesterday after being hospitalized since Easter for lung can- cer. The Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation announced that he had died at 9:10 a.m. PDT. He was 73 years old and a month away from the end of his fourteenth year as leader of the nation's largest, 2.3 million member union. Ray Schoessling, secr...…

May 08, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 3) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Friday, May 8, 1981-The Michigan Daily Syrian troops, cross 'red line' 4 From AP and UPI BEIRUT, Lebanon - Some 4,000 Syrian troops and tanks were reported to have crossed the Israeli-set "red line" in southern Lebanon yesterday in defiance of Israel's repeated warnings that Syria risked war if it violated the boundary. Syria also reportedly added a new surface-to-air missile to its force in Lebanon. THERE WAS NO comment from Israel o...…

May 09, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 4) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Saturday, May 9, 1981-The Michigan Daily No motiveD in Oregon shooting spree SALEM, Ore. (AP)-Motive remained a mystery yesterday in the hail of bullets fired into a crowded rock 'n' roll tavern by a silent gunman who witnesses said reloaded his weapon twice. Four people were killed and 20 were wounded. "Thesshots range out so fast, faster than you could register and all you could see was the hand and the gun and then people lying all ...…

May 12, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 5) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Tuesday, May 12, 1981-The Michigan Daily 4 Atlanta mayor' seeks aid for youth protection WASHINGTON (AP) - Atlanta Mayor Maynard Jackson asked the Reagan administration for $1.25 million yesterday to help fund a strictly super- vised summer program for his city's children because of the unsolved mur- ders of 26 young blacks here. Jackson and other local officials, worried about the dangers the summer could pose to unguarded children,...…

May 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 6) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Wednesday, May13, 1981-The Michigan Daily SecondI death triggers riots in Ireland 4 By AP and UPI BELFAST, Northern Ireland - IRA convict Francis Hughes died yesterday on the 59th day of his fast at Maze prison. Hundreds of Catholics im- mediately stormed into the streets, trading gunfire with police and setting fires across Belfast and Londonderry. A civilian was reported killed and two soldiers were wounded as patrolling British arm...…

May 14, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 7) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Thursday, May 14,1981-The Michigan Daily U.S. proposes M1 east ml 4 From APand UPI BEIRUT, Lebanon - Special U.S. envoy ,Philip Habib returned to Lebanon yesterday, reportedly bearing a compromise solution- to the Syrian- Israeli missile crisis, 'and Israel's Prime Minister Menachem Begin war- ned,-"We don't have much time." Habib met for 21/ hours with President Elias Sarkis of Lebanon, where Syria has deployed anti-aircraft missile ...…

May 15, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 8) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Friday, May 15, 1981-The Michigan Daily 4 ST. PETER'S SQUARE is filled with mourners following the shooting of Pope John Paul II yesterday. Thousands flocked to Vatican City to pray for the pontiff, who was reported to be in good conditions. Po pe improves; police hint at conspiracy Today And justice for all They cite horses, don't they? Yes, they do in Denver. A Denver County Court Judge was startled to learn this week that a horse ...…

May 16, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 9) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Saturday, May 16, 1981--The Michigan Daily Talks continue in missile crisis A TEL AVIV, Israel (AP)-Prime Minister Menachem Begin said yester- day after another round of talks that he will give U.S. envoy Philip Habib more time to seek a diplomatic solution to the crisis with Syria over its missiles in Lebanon. Syria said it was ready for battle if war breaks out. In Washington, Pentagon sources confirmed Israeli newspaper reports tha...…

May 19, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 10) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Tuesday, May 19, 1981-The Michigan Daily More bombs found in wave of N.Y.C. threa tsan bom t seats an o 111 4 From AP and UPI NEW YORK - Two more pipe bombs like the three left at Kennedy Airport over the weekend were found in the mail at diplomatic offices in New York yesterday and safely removed. One of the airport bombs had exploded earlier and killed an airport employee. Police experts raced around the city checking other reports ...…

May 20, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 11) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Wednesday, May 20, 1981-The Michigan Daily Highest GNP in three years b affes experts above which unemployment tends to From AP and UPi shrink. It was far above the forecasts of WASHINGTON - The nation's prominent economists who expected economic output baffled the experts high interest rates would stunt growth. yesterday by registering its fastest ex- THE REVISION - at almost 2 per- pansion rate in nearly three years - up centage point...…

May 21, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 12) • Page Image 2

…4 Page 2-Thursday, May 21, 1981-The Michigan Daily Brady ventures from his room; progress good WASHINGTON (UPI) - White House press secretary James Brady has ventured from his hospital room in a wheelchair for the first time since he was shot more than seven weeks ago, doctors said yesterday. Dr. Dennis O'Leary said Brady's near-fatal brain wound "looks clean" and there is no evidence of further air leaks or spinal fluid leaks. "HE'S MAKING...…

May 23, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 14) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Saturday, May 23, 1981-The Michigan Daily Mitterand takes office, dissolves Parliament 4 PARIS (AP)-Socialist President Francois Mitterrand dissolved the French Parliament yesterday and named a Cabinet that did not include any of the Communists whose support made possible his election victory over conservative incumbent Valery Giscard d-Estaing. Mitterrand's Cabinet does include one radical leftist as justice minister and, for the fir...…

May 27, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 15) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Wednesday, May 27, 1981-The MichigO bally Hunger striker accepts aid 4 From AP and UPI BELFAST-IRA hunger striker Brendan McLaughlin accepted medical treatment for a bleeding ulcer yester- day but did not end his 13-day fast. The announcement by Sinn Fein, the outlawed Irish Republican Army's legal political front, was the first word that any of the eight Irish nationalist prisoners involved in the hunger strike at Maze prison had acc...…

May 28, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 16) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Thursday, May 28, 1981-The Michigan Daily Jet crash on aircraft carrier Nimitz kills _14 4 From AP and UPI JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A plane used to jam enemy communications landed "right of the center line" on the flight deck of the nuclear carrier Nimitz late Tuesday night, plowed into parked aircraft and ignited a fireball that killed 14 servicemen and injured 45 others, the Navy said. Damage was estimated at con- siderably more thais $...…

May 29, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 17) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Friday May 29 1981-The Michigan boily Distinguished 'U' art professor Jean Slusser dead at 94 By JENNY MILLER Jean Paul Slusser, director emeritus of the Museum of Art and professor emeritus of the School of Art, died yesterday at the age of 94. Prof. Slusser, called a pioneer in the visual arts, was responsible for foun- ding the University's Museum of Art and was its first director from 1947-57. THE SLUSSER Gallery on North Campus wa...…

May 30, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 18) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Saturday, May 30, 1981-The Michigan Daily Poll indicates shopper fury over food costs 4 (AP) - Supermarket shoppers are angrier over food bills than they have been since 1977 and more than one-third blame the government for high prices, says a study on consumer views of the economy in general and grocery stores inparticular. The study, by Louis Harris and Associates Inc., also shows that Americans think unemployment would be a more se...…

May 06, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, May 6; 1981-Page 3 PUS loans in limbo By MARK GINDIN New state financial aid legislation, which would provide loans directly to parents to pay for the college educations of their sons and daughters, may not go into effect until January, if it is implemented at all, according to a University financial aid officer. The Parental Loans for Un- dergraduate Studies program, which would provide federally subsidized, low...…

May 07, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…'Uchang By ANN MARIE FAZIO In an effort to "stretch the dollar," the University will soon require employers of work-study students to pay a greater portion of their federally subsidized wages, Financial Aid Director Harvey Grotrian said yesterday. Employers will be required to pay 30 percent of the wages their work study employees earn beginning in the fall of 1981, a ten percent increase in the rate they now pay. The federal government pays t...…

May 08, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 3) • Page Image 3

…'U' study shows federal cuts will hit state hard By JOHN ADAM President Reagan's cuts in the federal budget will hit states with declining economies-such as Michigan-twice as hard as they will rapidly developing states, a new University study concludes. The study says that because federal assistance to slow-growth states and cities will dwindle significantly while most of the new, big-money defense contracts will go to industries in fast- gro...…

May 09, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 4) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Saturday, May 9, 1981-Page 3 FEDERAL BUDGET CUTS HIT SOCIAL SCIENCES U research will suffer By SUE INGLIS although where the actual cuts are made will be Reagan administration's priorities for research As of yet, just how much federal money the Univer- decided by congressional committees - not program cuts is unclear. But, he speculated that the sity will lose as a result of cuts in government resear- President Reagan - the ...…

May 12, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 5) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, May 12, 1981-Page 3 ELEVEN PERCENT MORE SEEK ADMISSION Surge in 'U' applications By ANN MARIE FAZIO The number of persons applying to the University ! for enrollment as freshmen next fall is about 11 per- cent more than the number of freshman applications received by this same time last year, University ad- missions officials said yesterday. The number of applications is "much more than expected," Associate Directo...…

May 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 6) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, May 13, 1981-Page 3 FORMER PRESIDENT PROMOTES REMOTE SENSING Ford addresses scientists By JOHN ADAM center of remote sensing research and War, forced the University to largely realization of mankind's oldest Former President Gerald Ford, scientists from at least 40 nations, in- divorce itself from the Laboratories. dreams," and the problems which it speaking to an international sym- cluding the Soviet Union and Ch...…

May 14, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 7) • Page Image 3

…The Michiaan Daily-Thursday, May 14, 1981-Page 3 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS DISCONTINUANCE Geographyre By SUE INGLIS the department has a "good record" of Given the severe budgetary con- placing its graduate students, the straints the LSA College had to face in document also notes the two most the past year, and will likely wrestle eminent faculty members of the depar- wtinthe as utyar, thd wLSA Exkecte tment will retire within eight year...…

May 15, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 8) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Friday, May 15, 1981-Page 3 CAUSE OF CONTAMINATION STILL UNCLEAR Health Service's water 'safe' By LOU FINTOR Contamination warnings were removed from drinking fountains at University Health Services Wednesday, and Health Service officials have assured that the water is perfectly safe, but the cause of this week's contamination remains unclear. The contamination warnings were posted Tuesday on the Service's second floor afte...…

May 16, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 9) • Page Image 3

…Health Service water situation still unclear amid mixed reports A By LOU FINTOR Although University Health Service officials insisted yesterday that their water poses no health hazards, conflic- ting reports continue to surface over the sequence of steps taken to insure the water's safety. The existence of "grossly discolored water" in the second floor laboratory's water supply was first reported Tuesday morning. According to Dr. Caesar Brie...…

May 19, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 10) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, May 19, 1981-Page 3 I Proposal A vote DETROIT (UPI)-Gov. William Milliken wrapped up the Proposal A tax campaign yesterday with his traditional last stop at J.L. Hudson's downtown store, shaking hands, signing autographs and taking kisses on the cheek. The tax cut proposal will be voted on today. "I'M DOWN here as a last minute effort to gather support," Milliken said. "I think it's going to be a very close race ...…

May 20, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 11) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, May 20, 1981-Page 3 ' Chinese trip 'successful' Shapiro details new exchange agreement By JOHN ADAM The University faculty group, headed University President Harold Shapiro, by the president and his wife, toured after returning from a two-week tour of three major Chinese cities - Beijing mainland China, said at a press con- (Peking), Shanghai, and the inland city ference yesterday the trip was Xian. "positive and...…

May 21, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 12) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily n-Thursday, May 21, 1981 Sixteen Pages Milliken order could free 900 prisoners A HAPPY ROBERT Tisch and a solemn Gov. William Milliken reflect the respective moods of Proposal A opponents and supporters following its sound -defeat Tuesday. Tisch, the Shiawassee Drain Commissioner, is already gearing up for a campaign to pass his new Tisch III tax plan while Milliken said he will try to devise a compromise plan to head of...…

May 23, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 14) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Saturday, May 23, 1981-Page 3 Council approves funding By LOU FINTOR In an unprecedented move, the Ann Arbor City Council approved a new city budget Thursday that includes $3,600 in funds for a city-wide rape prevention and awareness program. s The funding proposal was spearheaded by the Ann Arbor Anti- Rape Coalition and, as outlined, will in- clude comprehensive community education through the Ann Arbor Police Department...…

May 27, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 15) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, May 27, 1981-Page 3 System to eliminate PC-B threat approved WASHINGTON (AP) - The government announ- ced yesterday its initial approval of a new detoxification process whose developer says it can essentially rid the nation of the health and environ- mental threats posed by common insulating chemicals called PCBs. Edwin Clark, acting assistant administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, called it "a si...…

May 28, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 16) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, May 28, 1981-Page 3 RISING COSTS, LOWER ATTENDANCE CITED Co-ops cut back films By ANDREW CHAPMAN The Ann Arbor film cooperatives, hurt by rising auditorium costs, stiffer local competition, and declining attendance are facing increased financial difficulties this summer: The Ann Arbor Film Cooperative (AAFC)-one of eight film co-ops at the University-is canceling nine separate nights of films for the rest of the s...…

May 29, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 17) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Doily-Friday, May 29, 1981-Page 3 New position suits Corbett fine, BY ANN MARIE FAZIO Moving to a small college town from a major city - after having lived there for a good portion of one's life would be ' challenge enough for most people, but making a career change that involves greatly added responsibility would make it seem almost impossible. William Corbett took on such a challenge almost a year ago when he accepted the posi...…

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