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Canada
mourns
slain
,engineers
MONTREAL (AP) - Nearly
4,000 mourners, led by Prime
Minister Brian Mulroney, attended a
joint funeral mass yesterday for nine
of the 14 women that a church leader
said were brutally slain "in the
beauty of their youth" by a mass
murderer.
Thousands of others stood in he-
low-freezing temperatures, quietly
listening outside to the 80-minute
service on loudspeakers.
Monsignor Paul Gregoire, the
Roman Catholic archbishop of Mon-
treal, presided at the service at Notre
Dame Cathedral for the victims of
the worst mass slaying in modern
Canadian history.
He noted that the women, almost
all students at the University of
Montreal engineering school, were
killed "at a time when everything
seemed to assure them of a brilliant
future."
Gregoire urged that in the mem-
ory of those who were "brutally
mowed down in the beauty of their
youth," we should "seek to build a
world of solidarity, a world of friend-
ship."
Many schools and universities
throughout Quebec province ob-
served a minute of silence as the
Mass started in the Place d'Armes at
10:30 a.m. EST.
A man identified as Marc Lepine
killed the women in a murderous
rage last Wednesday and also
wounded nine women and five men

The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, December 12, 1989 - Page 7
500 business students wilL
flood to local conference
by Gil Renberg

Nine hearses, a flower car, and various passenger vehicles wait
assembled outside Notre Dame Basilica yesterday for the funeral for nine
young women killed at the University of Montreal last Wednesday.

before committing suicide with his
semiautomatic rifle. He shouted dia-
tribes against feminists while roam-
ing through three of the schools six
floors.
The 14 women were aged 21 to
31. One was a school employee. The
others were students.
"We have the tools in our hand !o
build a better world, a world of
peace," Alain Perreault, president of
the students' association at the engi-
neering school, said in a brief eu-
logy.
He spoke of the victims' dreams
and hopes and pleaded, "let's achieve
these great things... of hope, of un-
derstanding."
Roland Dore, the school's presi-
dent and principal, said it was a le-
gacy for survivors "to build a world
of tomorrow, a world where every

one of us, men and women, con-
tribute equally."
He called for building "a city of
joy, a city of love."
Families of victims, dignitaries,
and students filled the cathedral in
Montreal's historic center.
The nine gilt-edged white coffins,
each with a floral bouquet, were
placed single-file in the cathedral's
center corridor. Processions later di-
vided for separate, private burials.
Families of five victims had cho-
sen private funeral services.
Professional associations asked
engineers across Canada to wear
white armbands yesterday as a me-
morial.
On Sunday, at least 7,00 people
paid respects to eight of the victims
whose coffins lay in state at the uni-
versity's columned hall of honor.

Daily Staff Writer
As thousands of students flee the
Ann Arbor area for winter break, 500
business-minded students from all
over the United States and the world
- including about 30 from the Uni-
versity - will flood Ypsilanti to
participate in the annual AIESEC
national conference, an international
corporate internship program.
AIESEC, whose initials stand for
a French phrase meaning "The Inter-
national Association of Students in
Economics and Business Manage-
ment," has chapters at more than
700 universities in 69 countries.
About 15 University students
will participate in AIESEC-run in-
ternships with foreign corporations
this summer. In addition to the usual
West European countries, University
students have interned in such exotic
lands as Ghana, Brazil, Turkey,
Greece, and the Philippines.
During the Dec. 27-Jan. 3 confer-
ence, which was held last year in
Austin, Texas, members will hold a
career fair and present forums on in-
ternational business relations in the
21st century. In addition members
will elect new officers.
"One of the incredible things
about AIESEC," said Julie Kietrys,
the outgoing presidentofthe Uni-
versity of Michigan chapter, "(is
that) it is part of a global network."
Members of AIESEC from all
over the world are able to meet peo-
ple with whom they have something
in common, she said.
Chapter members try to convince
local corporations to set up the in-
ternships, which can last from two
to 18 months, and match students
with those programs.

AIESEC operates a one-for-one
exchange; in other words, a chapter
must create an opening with a local
company for every internship its
members receive abroad. The local
AIESEC chapter has convinced firms
such as Chrysler, Unisys, and
Domino's Pizza International to hire
foreign AIESEC interns.
Interns are taken care of by mem-
bers of the local chapter, who help
the foreign students find housing and
learn their way around the foreign
country.
Kietrys, who worked for a gun
factory in the Philippines under the
program, said the local chapter is

expecting 15 foreign interns in a few
months. Socializing with the interns
is special, she said, because "yoga
learn about other places without aq-
tually going there."
AIESEC claims to be the largest
non-profit, non-political student ot-
ganization in the world. LSA junior
Chris Lin, marketing director of the
University chapter, said it ins
"perhaps the most dynamic student
organization in the world."
Most of the students attending
the conference will be from the 76
other American universities. How-
ever, students representing chapters
in Europe, Africa, and Latin America
will also attend.

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SUPLET AVAILABLE WINTER: female
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WINTER SUBLET: Jan-May, Male wanted
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seniors. 2 blocks from §outh Univ., balcony,
laundry, rent neg. 662-1271.

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