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The Michigan Daily- Monday, January 25, 1993- Page 7

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start for 12-15 hrs./week through finals of
both Fall and Winter terms. Call Charles Nel-
son at 764-8512 btwn. 7am and 3pm M-F.
No weekend hours.
RESIDENT MANAGER
Position currently available at a campus area
apartment building. Responsibilities include
cleaning, groundswork and leasing.
Compensation is in the form of a partial rent
credit. Apply in person to:
Wilson White Co., Inc.
608 Packard, Ste. 2
Ann Arbor, MI
EHO.

STUDENTS ANYWHERE IN THE U.S.
on Continental fr. $129/$199. Bring your
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huge contemporary 2 bdrm. apt. Free photo
copies, recreation room. 741-9300
HOUSEMATE WANTED. Female profes-
sional or Phd student to share quiet west-side
home with one other. 668-7201.
NEED A HOUSEMATE? I am a female
non-smoker (undergrad) looking for a room
in a house full of friendly people (for next
fall)! Call Marta 995-9321.
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Athlete stays
in housing
despite
guilty plea
by Will McCahill
Daily Crime Reporter

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Even though he has pleaded
guilty to a charge of using explo-
sives in South Quadrangle Residence
Hall and faces a four-year jail sen-
tence, a University athlete is being
allowed to continue living in
University housing.
Damon Jones, a redshirt fresh-
man tight end on the football team,
set off a bomb in front of his resident
director's door on the third floor of
Fred Taylor house on the morning of
Dec. 5.
Jones made the bomb out of a
large plastic soda bottle lined with
aluminum foil and filled it with a
bathroom cleaning substance. No
one was injured in the blast, which
sent shards of plastic flying 25 feet
away.
Jones was suspended from the
football team by head coach Gary
Moeller immediately following the
incident. Jones did not travel with
the team to the Jan. 1 Rose Bowl in
Pasadena, Calif.
Bruce Madej, the University's
sports information director, said he
is not aware of the Athletic
Department's plans for Jones.
"Keep in mind we're months
away from playing, months away
from practicing," Madej said.
Jones was originally charged
with three felony counts: the act of
placing an explosive with intent to
harm, possession of a Molotov
Cocktail or other explosive, and
possession of a dangerous weapon.
In exchange for having the other
charges dismissed, Jones pleaded
guilty on Jan. 12 to one count of us-
ing an explosive weapon with intent
to alarm.
The charge has a maximum sen-
tence of four years in jail and a
$2,000 fine.
Despite the guilty plea, Jones will
be allowed to remain in University
housing, but will be moved to
another dormitory.
The University Housing Division
issued a prepared statement on the
case, which said, "Damon Jones has
been re-assigned on a probationary
basis to another residence hall other
than South Quad as a result of disci-
plinary action taken by the Housing
Division. The Housing Division is
not able to comment further on the
disciplinary status of individual
residents."
Jeff Long, assistant athletic direc-
tor for football, denied rumors that
the football team put pressure on the
Housing Division to keep Jones in
University housing.
Alan Levy, public relations direc-
tor for the Housing Division, said he
could not confirm or deny the rumor.
Jones has asked to be allowed to
serve his sentence under the Holmes
Youthful Training Act, which means
that he would serve the sentence
handed down by the court, but then
the incident would be expunged
from his record if he is not arrested
again.
Jones will be sentenced in
Washtenaw County 15th District
Court on March 12.

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Twenty years of reproductive freedom
Anthropology junior Bethany Gerald receives a balloon as part of Pro- ;
Choice Action's party held in the Fishbowl Friday. The group was
celebrating the 20th anniversary of Roe vs. Wade.
Memo: Bush had role
in frn-ontra scandal

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WORK STUDIES WANTED (3) for the
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looking for experience in a laboratory setting.
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WASHINGTON (AP) - A doc-
ument in the hands of Iran-Contra
prosecutors indicates George Bush
asked President Jose Azcona Joyo of
Honduras in 1986 to help him se-
cretly move guns to the Nicaraguan
Contras, and assured him, "it can be
done with deniability."
It has been known that then-Pres-
ident Reagan made his vice presi-
dent an emissary to Honduras in
1985 and 1986.
. But what hasn't been known is
that Bush's mission in 1986 was
specifically to get Azcona to "assure
a supplied front" that allowed mili-
tary equipment and other material to
reach the U.S.-backed Contras in
their battle with the leftist
Nicaraguan government.
A memo given to Bush by the
Reagan administration shows that
Bush, who has publicly maintained
he was "out of the loop" for all of
the Iran-Contra scandal, was deeply
involved in the Reagan administra-
tion's effort to find secret ways to
help the Contras militarily after
Congress banned such help.
Iran-Contra prosecutors ques-
tioned Bush about the document ex-
tensively when they took his sworn
deposition on Jan. 11, 1988. But its

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existence was not known publicly
until Bush released a transcript of
the deposition five days before he
left office.
At the time of Bush's meeting
with Azcona, Congress had banned
U.S. military aid to the Nicaraguan
rebel. But it was later learned that
White House aid Oliver North had
been operating a clandestine arms
pipeline to the Contras through
Honduras - a key element of the
Iran-Contra scandal.

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is now taking applications for Student
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MiUDITIONS
Paramount Parks, formerly Kings Productions, is holding
auditions for our 1993 season at Paramount's Kings Island in
Cincinnati, Ohio. A variety of positions are available including
singers, dancers, comic actors, instrumentalists, technicians, and
specialty acts of all types! Come join the fun!
ANN ARBOR, R'1
Thursday, February 4, 1993
University of Michigan, Kuenzel Room,
Michigan UnionF
2-5 p.m. Singers, Actors, Instrumentalists,
Specialty Acts, Technicians
COLIU1"BU1S, OH
Friday, February 5, 1993

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College Da Spring
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Application deadline is February S, 1993

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Student Leaders accompany visitng middle school
students throughout the day serving as guides
and role models while providing information about the
college experience. Student leaders usually work in
teams of three. They should be fairly outgoing indi-
viduals and have a keen interest in and commitment to
helping students underrepresented in higher

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