1988-06-29; Central Michigan Life
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*•"«?'■?'■■*■*. : . ' ' Central :.i..._ V»: »'>,»»..*- WEDNESDAY f * :'^r — f f 14th in NBA draft First round choice for Phoenix byGHKlMCLVm LIFE Sports Edkor _«_ 1 fadgreat. I couldn't be happier.*.-..'., Those were the feelings of ex-Chippewa eager Dan Majerle just hours after he became the 14th pick in 'Tuesday's NBA draft The Phoenix Suns made him their second pick in the first round. This great moment came after claiming ttomoet valuable player award in the pro-hopeful PortsrrMHitjibaskrthall tournament and a successful tour of Europe with the United States Select men's basketball team. Rick Berry, ex-NBA great and NBA draft analysist called Majerle "a real tough kid" and "a fundamentally sound player." Tm most impressed with the way he can shoot the basketball," Berry said. "He's not one those guys that's a marquee player but he's a sound fundamental player." The 14th pick is very good," CMU basketball coach Charlie Coles said. It's a good thing for Dan. He's been a hard worker for quite a while and he's a deserving player, and that's the key. Please See MAJERLE Page 16 president to arrive ? ' ' . v • Tha arrifal of incoming President Edward Jakubau- akaa on campus this weekend will mark the end of the more than year-long search for a new CMU chief. Jakubauskas, 58, aaid he will arrive in Mount Pleasant sometime thia weekend. He is leaving behind his position as president at State University of New York (SUNY) at Geneseo and will assume his new duties here on Aug. 1. Between the time he arrives and the time he starts working, Jakubauskas said he will be "getting organized." Aside from unloading boxes and moving into his new home, he said he will be JAKUBAUSKAS talking to t faculty and >i staff to prepare for his new job,: One of his first engage- menta with CMU students will be to speak at an orientation session scheduled for 10 a.m. Tuesday. Jakubauskas' wife Ruth will also be making her presence known at CMU. He said she has frequently involved herself in campus events and with student functions at SUNY-Geneseo and plans to do so here also. Moving into a new environ- Please See ARRIVAL Page 13 travels with; Jakubauskas 1'iT'r i PI. i< s v-*-. ' Soma nisatywork «H their Uvea wjfMttt. reeetv- . fng doe racojpsitaon. Others work an'equal amount and can barely shelter Urinatives from the cloudburst of praise heaped upon them. . EaVard Jakubauskas is definitely the latter. Since his appointment to the CMU presidency on See PRAISE Page 13 Fresh start CM UK/Tha FtumtnU Ron Baker. Walled Lake transfer student, talks things over with his orientation mentor. Mike Garner, Saginaw senior. Moore Hall namesake dies Wilbur E. Moore, namesake of Moore Hall, died of Tuesday night nt the age of 84. Moore was vice president for Academic AiTain* for 21 years until he retired from CMU in 1970. He began his career at the University in 1939 as a professor of speech and head of the department of speech and drama. In the 20 years before he took the administrative position as vice president, Moore established himself as one of the nation's leading researchers and authories on speech and speech correction. In 1946 he founded a clinic to rehabilitate speech defective people between the ages of 5 and 26. The speech clinic also pro- Man sjys God told him to steal ring by PEPPI WYCHE lIFfc S»(l Writer BRIEFLY Credit/No Credit Cards must be submitted for the first three-week session by Friday, for the second three-week session by July 22 and for six-week courses by July 8. Please Soe ARTHUR'S P.- ge 16 INSIDE NEWS Recent rain hasn't helped drought... Page 3 COMMENT Ban on surrogate motherhood a step in the right direction.... Page 4 vided clinical experiences for speech correction majors at the University. Moore also co-authored a textbook called "Speech: Code. Meaning, and Communication,* which was published in 1955. A native of Cameron, Mo., Moore received his doctorate from the Slate University of Iowa. No funeral is planned yet. but arrangements will be made by Stinson Helms Funeral Home. 330 S. University. A memorial service will be held at the University but no date has been set. Memorial offerings can be donated to the Moore Scholarship Fund in the Development Office. Rowe 105. Monday's are usually the "ho-hum" part of the week. But things were anything but *ho-hum" Monday at Arthur's Catalog Showroom, 1805 S. Mission. A man, who later claimed to be God's son, walked in the store and stole a diamond ring, said employee Stev» Bassett Bassett, Muskegon senior, said the man walked in very calmly.
|Title||1988-06-29; Central Michigan Life|
|Publisher||Students of Central Michigan University|
|Description||Wednesday, June 29, 1988 issue of the student newspaper of Central Michigan University. Also known as CM-Life. Originally published biweekly. Later published three times a week during the academic year and once a week during the summer. Began publication in 1941. Previously known as Central State Life. Issues from 1999 to the present are available online at the CMLife website.|
|Subject/Keywords||Central Michigan University - Newspapers; Mount Pleasant (Mich.) - Newspapers; Isabella County (Mich.) - Newspapers; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
|Copyright Permission||Copyright 1988 by Central Michigan University. This material is copyrighted and any further reproduction or distribution is prohibited.|