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Health
Continued from Page 8
students.,
He strongly supports the birth
control education which UHS
provides. "When somebody comes to
the gynecology clinic for some form
of contraception," he said, "(that
derson) should've had this
elucational exposure."
BRIEFER ADDED that UHS
hcealth educators are now stressing to
students that condoms should always
ie used in sex, usually along with
another contraceptive form. "All you
lIave to do is see the face of some
kid that you tell, 'look, this is
lerpes," he said. "It's a preventable
tgedy.'
"We feel that if (students) have
information and we help them in the
decision-making process," Sarris
faid, "they'll make wise decisions
Pbo t their health."
McCaughrin is generally
i pressed with Health Service care.
I '┬░UHS employees) are well
dganized," he said, "and they try to
t% responsive to student needs."
He added that he does think
appointment scheduling can be
difficult. But he noted, "You're
etting the service there for
practically nothing, so you can't
pect people to be waiting on you
hand and foot."
UM News in
The Daily
764-0552
ontinued from Page 1
gender quotas to attract more females
or minorities, he said.
a"If the top qualified people are all
white males, that's who we will go
With," he said. "If they are all Black
Amales, we will go with them."
Recruiters are often hampered by
the FBI's starting salary of $31,000,
*hich is less than comparable pri-

The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 9, 1988 - Page 9
Women's
Hall of Fame
picks Poer
BY MARTIN OTT Jimmy Carter, and was responsible
Former University Regent Sarah for U.S. policies for specialized
Goddard Power was inducted into the United Nations agencies including
Michigan Women's Hall of Fame the World Health Organization, UN-
this summer, celebrating her dedica- ESCO and the International
tion to women's causes through her Women's Program.
roles at the University and in federal Elizabeth Giese, education direc-
government. tor for the Michigan Women's His-
Power, who served for 12 years torical Center, said Power was
on the University's Board of Re- politically active for the Democratic
gents, was respected by both Party. She served as campaign co-
University staff and faculty, said chair for Dennis Archer's Supreme
Regent Veronica Smith (R-Grosse Court campaign and was active in
Ie),. her husband's senatorial campaign.
"I think it's extremely appropriate "I'm glad to see Sarah receive the
she should be honored in this man- praise she so richly deserves," Giese
ner," Smith said. "Sarah was very said.
dedicated to the advancement of in- She also was involved in organi-
terests of all women, but especially zations dedicated to improving the
those of the University community, status of women, such as the Project
the faculty, students and staff. " on Equal Education Rights, which
Power helped the University be- fights to discriminate against girls in
come a world-class research K-12 schools, and the National
organization through the most suc- Women's Education Fund, which
cessful capital campaign undertaken trains women to participate in
by a public university, her fellow elected and appointed offices.
regents said. Among many affiliations, she
She also helped found the was a long time member of NAACP
University's Institute for the andNOW.
Administrative Advancement of The Michigan Women's Studies
Women, as well as advising several Association, which annually honors
University political, student, and Michigan women who have made
women's organizations. contributions to the state's history,
Power was appointed deputy as- cultural life, and economic institu-
sistant secretary in the State De- tions, will formally induct Power
partment under former President into the hall on Oct. 27.

ELLEN LEVY/DailyI

Gardening fever
Abdul Goler, an engineering,
Panhellenic Plant Sale in the
Thursdays, so he spent the day

junior, shops for plants yesterday at the 15th Annual
Michigan Union. Goler said he doesn't have classes on
shopping. The plant sale ends today.

vate-sector jobs.
The FBI chooses employees based
on past academic and employment
records and their results from a rig-
orous three-part test.
"One of the most important
qualities we look for is the ability to
deal with people from all walks of
life - to deal with the scum of the
earth in the morning to the president
of General Motors in the afternoon,"
Mott said.
Although the FBI courted
University law students last year, it
has not visited Career Planning and
Placement in at least three years.
CPP officials say they are planning
to schedule such a visit.

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