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FOfl RENT STUDENT . AlE
HUGE 6 BDRM. HOUSE near Packard &
E. University. Furnished, 2 baths, parking,
laundry, Oakland Mgmt. 761-7491. provides
HUGE 6 BEDROOM HOUSE, parking, EXCELpr
laundry, & 3 baths. Near Power Center. clear instruction
Room for 7. Oakland Mgmt. 761-7491.
HURRY & MISS THE RUSH - S. Fourth, 5 focusing upon
bdrm. Furn. house., Pkng., Lndry., New the key pnts
kitchen. May lease $ 1500+ util. 737-2445.
IF YOU WANTED A BETTER Of the GRE.
LOCATION,

' you'd have to live on the Diag.... Why make
it hard on yourself? At University Towers
you can live within minutes of your classes
while enjoying the best of campus life.
*Exercise room* *Study lounge* *Laundry
facilities* *24 hour attended lobby*
*Recrato room* *4 month leases available
in January, 1993.
536 S.University Towers
536 S. Forest Ave. Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Call (313) 761-2680.
LARGE 2 BDRM. 526 S. Fifth Ave. New
* Kit. Dwshr., Disposal, Prkg., Ldry. Clean,
Quiet $825/2, $850/3 FALL. 662-7121.
LARGE 6 BDRM. HSE. fully furn. queen
size beds, kit. w/ 2 freezers, dishwasher,
ldry., 2 full bath. On Greenwood. Call Green-
wood Mgmt. 996-4064.
LEASE CANCELLATION!
Exc. Church St. lc. Available May 1993.
Recently remodeled 5 bedroom house for 6-
8. Call 665-8825.
LOOKING for female roommates - 4 singles
;avail, in 6 bdrm. hse., 2 ktchns., free lndry.&
pkng. $230-260/mth. 761-9684.
LRG. 1 BDRM. APTS. Fall, cmps, historic
bldg., pets ok. 662-9429 bef. 10 pm.
R LRG. CAMPUS FURNISHED Efficiency
apartments. w/parking $435-445/mo. Call M-
F, 9-5, 665-5750 else 665-8477.
MAY - MAY LEASES
1 bdrm. - modern, balconies, air.
2 bdrm. - Ige. 3 & 4 man units, modern, air,
sec., several campus locations
668-6906.
MAY TO MAY HUGE 5 BDRM HOUSE.
Furnished. Lots of pkng. Oakland Mgmt.
761-7491.
MCKINLEY TERRACE - '93. 1 & 2
bdrm., recently contemporized throughout.
You will be impressed! 741-9300 extented
hrs.
MED. CENTER APTS.
Now leasing for Sept: Eff. to 5 bedrooms.
Call or stop by our office today! 665-8825.
NEAR POWER CENTER. 4 bedroom
house. 2 baths, laundry, & parking. $1350.
Oakland Management 761-7491.
NEAR STATE & HURON 6 bdrm. hse.
$1560 + utils., 5 bdrm. apt. $1350 + elect., 10
bdrm. hse. $2650 +utils. 663-3149.
NOW LEASING FOR '93. Houses & apts.
going fast. Oakland Management. 761-7491.
OAKLAND NEAR ARCH, modern 2
bdrm., AC, pkng, $760-800; 1 bdrm, $550,
66-4617.
ROOM FOR SEVEN! House near athletic
campus on UM bus line. 2 baths, parking,
laundry. $1350. Oakland Mgmt. 761-7491.
SHARE LARGE HOUSE-OWN ROOM,
pkng. no utilities. Short lease. 973-7368.
SPACIOUS, MODERN 1 & 2 Bedroom
Apartments. Call Post Realty at 761-8220.
SPRING/SUMMER 1993 special rates at
excellent campus location. Avail. May 7. To
view call Wilson White Co. Inc. 995-9200.
EHO.
TERRIFIC 1 BDRM., contemporary, spec-
tacular view, free Idry., photocopy, rec. room.
Immed. occupancy. 741-9300.
1 BDRM. in 2 bdrm. apt. Burns Park area.
Avail March 1. $325/mo. mel. heat. 663-
2657.
2 BDRM. 1 BATH- charming west-side apt.
Furn., hardwood floors, quiet residential area.
Perfect for the serious student. May- Aug. $
600/mo.- very neg!! call 996-9218. Pls. leave
a message.
APRIL-SEPT 1 SUBLET (OR LONGER)
West side house 2 bdrm. quiet street
Your own house for $675/mo w/wash/dryer
-761-8531 leave message.
AVAIL IMMEDTLY. until Aug. 25 own
room in 2 bdrm. apt. $275/mo.heat includ.
Washer/dryer in bids. 994-4553.
CHARMING 5 BDRM. HOUSE at State &
Kingsley. May-Sept. $1000/mo. Call 994-
5043.
FURNISHED ROOMS NEAR CCRB and
main bus stop. Kitchen privledges included.
,Immediate Occupancy. 668-6906.
MAY-AUG. 1 FURN. BDRM. in 4 bdrm.
hse. Great location. $200/mo. neg. Call Karen
at 994-9464 or 994-9448.
SPACIOUS FURN. 2 BDRM. APT. w/ bal-
cony overlooking State St. $600 inc. util.
neg. Call Chris or Aaron @ 769-8990.
SUBLET MAY-AUG Own room in house
$165/month. Hill and Division. 995-8963.
PREGNANT?
Please help us start our family. Happily mar-
ried 10 yrs., financially secure, active foster
parents with religious background. Call col-
lect eves. 313-946-9555.
O ADOPTION. We want to work with you to
give your child the warm and loving home
that you, are looking for - we hope you will
work with us to build the family of our
dreams. Call Susan and Bennett collect 313-
350-2313.
DISCOVER MOSHIACH TODAY. Dial 1-

800-4-moshiach. Dial-a-Jewish story 995-
5959.
ERIC'S ACTION SPORTS- Team
uniforms & shoes for all indoor sports. 2
blocks off State Street. Call 663-6771.
HOP IN AND PICK UP A SNACK. Pop,
candy, gum and muchies at the Village
Apothecary, 1112 S. University.
NOW FINGERING THESE VEINS OF
HEMP, the hair upon my skin. 3-2-93.
PROBLEM PREGNANCY HELP
Let us help you choose life. 769-7283.
YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT "HOT" IS
'till you have tried Peppa-Po hot sauce at
Tios. 333 E. Huron, 761-5660.
STUDENTEMM
***SANDI'S WORDPROCESSING***
Reports, resumes, dissertations. 426-5217.
EDITING: BY EXPERIENCED WRITER,
ESL teacher, PhD. Call Bonnie 995-0664.
LSAT

MAC'S WORD PROCESSING & Resume
Services. Days, eves, wknds, urgent also
done. Pick up/drop off. 482-5000.
TYPING: Resumes, cover letters, &
applications. A2 Typing. Call 994-5515.
ATTENDANT CARE for disabled female.
$5-6 hr., midnight or daytime hrs. avail. N.
Campus. Must be strong. 663-4372.
BABYSITTER: Random hrs., 5 yr. old. Call
662-0712. Must have car.
CAFE NOW HIRING Responsible person
for part-time afternoons cleaning/counter
position! Great working environment. $5/hr.+
bonus to start. Call Ann 663-3080.
CAMP BIRCH TRAIL FOR GIRLS--NW
Wisconsin. Counselors & instructors for
waterfront & land activities! Wilderness trip
leaders, secretaries, nurses, food service per-
sonnel also needed. Mid-June through Mid-
August. Excellent salaries, free room &
board, transportation allowance. On-campus
interviews. Contact Mary Scanlan at
(414)962-2548; 5146 N. Woodburn,
Milwaukee, WI 53217.
CATERER NEEDED for small wedding
May 1. Call evenings 662-3305.
CRUISE SHIPS NOW HIRING Earn
$2000+/ month + world travel (Hawaii,
Mexico, the Caribbean, etc.) Holiday, sum-
mer and Career employment opportunities
available. No experience necessary. For
employment program information Call 1-
206-634-0468.
DR. MIKE SAYERS of UMTRI (747-2455
or mike_sayers@un.ccumih.edu) is seek-
ing a programmer experienced with Common
Lisp and Windows for IBM p's to port an
existing LISP program to the AKCL Lisp
system for the PC.
EARN 100'S DAILY mailing circulars at
home P/T. Info: Desktop Ventures. Write 736
Packard Ste #102-A, A2, MI 48104.
ENVIRONMENTALISTS
Are you a nature lover? Let's fight to keep
the environment clean. Join students across
the country campaigning for more effective
recycling laws, reduction of toxic chemicals
and a more democratic government! Hiring
now for part time positions and summer
work. Flexible hours for students. Earn $40-
$60 a day, while making a difference.
Volunteers Welcome!
Call Marla 662-6597.
EXCEPTIONAL SUMMER opportunity -
Camp Wayne for Boys & Girls. N.E. PA (3
hr/N.Y.C.) - Sports oriented. Counselors/
Specialists for all land/water sports, camping,
computers, A&C, video, radio. Campus in-
terviews on Weds. March 10. Write 55 chan-
nel drive, Port Washington NY. 11050-2216.
or call 1-800-456-7946.
KITCHEN HELP - STUDENT
PREFERRED.
Afternoon hours - Apply in person - 1310
Michigan Union. M - F 8:30am - 5:00pm
MACKINAC ISLAND resort hotel seeking
staff-front desk, night audit, kitchen, dining
room, maintenaMc, bike mechanic. Contact
Iroquois Hotel, 2488 Village Dr. SE, Grand
Rapids, MI. 49506. (616)247-5675 or
(313)663-5971.
MINI-SOCCER OFFICIALS for the In-
tramural Sports Program. Training and orien-
tation sessions to be held beginning Monday
March 1, 1993 at 7:00pm in the IMSB. Work
hours on Tues., Weds. and Thurs. evenings
and on Sunday afternoons. $5.00 per game.
Contact Steve Olson, IMSB, at 763-3562 for
further information.
NOW HIRING for Spring/Summer and Fall
terms. Account Executives needed to sell ad-
vertising for the Michigan Daily. Job descrip-
tions & applications available in the senior
staff office, 420 Maynard. Application dead-
line is Feb. 19.
NOW HIRING:
Scorekeeper's Bar & Grill now accepting ap-
plications for energetic, sales-oriented
waiters/waitresses. Apply between 2-5 pm at
310 Maynard St.
OFFICE ASST./TYPIST part-time, accurate
& officient, call Pat at 994-5515.
OFFICE ASSIST. / SECRETARY. Now
thru Oct. $7/hr. Medical Cntr. Research Lab.
Flex. hrs. up to 20/wk. Must be computer
literate (Word/WordPerfect) 747-2914.
POOL MANAGER/SWIM COACH for
neighborhood swim club. Experience and
certification required. 665-9853.
RECEPTIONIST NEEDED for UM
Botanical Gardens. $5/hr. Own
transportation. Call 998-7061.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well-es-
tablished infertility clinic. If you are a male
between 21 - 40 years of age and a graduate
student or a professional 5'9" or taller we
need you. Donors will be paid $55 per ac-
ceptable specimen. For further information
please write P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
48106.

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STUCCHI'S IS HIRING at all Ann Arbor
locations. Apply in person at the desired
location.
WANTED-STUDENTS TO PRODUCE
and film a TV commercial. Contact Jeff at
Ashley's Restaurant, S. State. 996-9191.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK -
over 3,000 positions available in all aspects
of guest service. Recruiter will be at
theMichigan Employment Security
Commission. 214 E. Michigan Ave. in Yp-
silanti on Thurs., Feb. 25. Please pick up ap-
plications before the 25th from 8:15-10:00
a.m. or 1 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.. If you are unable
to interview with the recruiter, please contact
TW Recreational Services, P.O. Box 165,
Yellowstone Park, WY 82190; 307-344-5324
AA/EOE/M/F/HV.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK -
over 4,200 summer positions available in
Yellowstone and other Western U.S. National
Parks for the summer of 1993. Positions in-
volve all aspects of guest services in hotels,
restaurants, lodges, corrals, marinas, gift
shops, etc. Recruiter will be at the Michigan
Employment Security Commission Office at
214 E. Michigan Ave. Please pick up ap-
plications before the 25th from 8:15 a.m. to
10 a.m. or 1p.m. to 3p.m. Iffyou are unable to
interview with the recruiter, please contact
TW Recreational Services, P.O. Box
165,Yellowstone Park, WY 82190. 307-344-
5 324. AA/EOE/M/F/H/. C
CLEANING- HOUSE- OFFICE. Call 996-
3543 for reasonable rates.
EUROPE '93 the lowest fares with Student
Travel Breaks-Stamos Travel, Kerrytown
Mall. 663-4400 or 483-5695.
LOW FARES - Europe fr. $448, Eurorail
Flexipass from $298, Orient fr. $769 Call
Claudia or Dan @ Regency Travel, 209 S.
State, 665-6122.
SPRING BREAK! CANCUN MEXICO
Feb. 20-27. $400-500 neg. Call 665-2814.
SPRING BREAK IN FLORIDA! Hot and
sunny Feb. 19-27 round trip to Miami. Tkt.
for $400. Call Sylvie, 764-7662.
STUDENTS ANYWHERE IN THE U.S.
on Continental fr. $129/$199. Bring your
Continental voucher and AMEX Card.
Anywhere in the U.S.A. on US Air fr. $129/
$189. Bring your US Air Voucher and Chase
Visa/Mastercard. Call Wanda at Regency
Travel 209 S. State 665-6122.
WINTER BLUES? Spring Break Getaway!
Traverse City area. Romantic, cozy log
cabins on lake surrounded by forest. $49-69
"nightly inc. outdoor hot tub & much more.
Ellis Lake Resort 616-276-9502.
BREW QUALITY BEER at home-$2/6-
pack! Free catalog. 301-540-3877. N. Am.
Brewlords P.O Box 1321 Germantown, MD
20875.
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO. Not just
guitars. 302 E. Liberty. 665-8001. Repairs.
Percussion; harp lessons: Pay 4 Get 5.
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and that it has been better," he said.
"(DPS) has arrested people in mat-
ters of rapes, assaults and beatings."
Baisden also cited an increase in
the number of sexual assaults re-
ported to both DPS and the
University Sexual Assault
Prevention and Awareness Center
(SAPAC). He said a visible campus
police force creates an atmosphere
that makes women feel more com-
fortable reporting incidents of sexual
violence.
However, SAPAC Director Debi
Cain said the increase in reported
rapes may or may not be connected
with the campus police force.
"I would suspect that there are a
variety of reasons that reported rapes
are up," she said, adding that statis-
tics seem to be similar across the
country.
Ann Arbor Police Department
(AAPD) Sgt. Mark Hoornstra said
city crime statistics show the same
trends as those presented by DPS.
"In general, major crimes have
been going down," he said. "The
stats for the city show the same
things happening. National figures
are in agreement also."
While the number of major
crimes has been dropping, Freer said
the police are not combatting an im-
portant segment of campus crime.
"Guns don't do anything to stop
harassment and the problems faced
by women and people of color," she
said.
Baisden said most crimes that oc-
cur on campus are perpetrated by
people who are not affiliated with
the University.
Freer said part of the problem
with the University police is this atti-
tude that people who are not affili-
ated with the University should be
denied access to campus.
She said community members
call the BMC with complaints about
the campus police.
"The BMC has received several
complaints of problems," she said.
"It has mostly been people from the
community who have been harassed
by the police."
Freer said the University is be-
coming more and more isolated from
the surrounding community.
"People are being harassed by po-
lice because they are on campus and
police make a judgment as to
whether or not they should be there,"
she said.
During last year's public hearings,
that preceded the transfer of deputi-

zation authority from the Washtenaw
County Sheriff to the regents,
protesters and police clashed after
students were denied access to the
hearings.
Students called for sensitivity
training to help DPS officers effec-
tively fight crime in a University
setting.
While many of the students'
complaints fell on deaf ears, both re-
gents and DPS officials pledged to
take this suggestion into account.
Baisden said DPS is currently at-
tempting to modify its training pro-
gram in order to include this type of
instruction.
"Our training program is contin-
ually being enhanced, revised and
reviewed," he said. "Our department
has hired an independent consultant
to try to provide us with sensitivity
training."
Ann Arbor Mayor Liz Brater
wrote a letter of protest to the re-
gents when they voted to assume au-
thority over the police force.
"My problems have to do with
civil liberty issues and issues of ac-
countability," she said. "The citizens
of Ann Arbor are very concerned
about sensitivity and training.
"It's very difficult when you have
a police force that is supervised by a
board that is elected statewide and
not by the people the board is sup-
posed to be protecting," she added.
Hoornstra said the AAPD has an
extensive sensitivity training system.
"We have a program which is
given to every officer and taught to
our new employees," he said. "We
use these courses to try to increase
our abilities to deal with the public.
They have been somewhat success-
ful but they are only a beginning."
Public Act 120, the state legisla-
tion that permits the regents to as-
sume authority over the police force,
also mandates that the force have an
independent oversight board to han-
dle complaints about the department.
In the University's case, this
body is made up of six members -
two faculty representatives, two staff
members and two students.
However, this board has not been
active in the operations of either
DPS or the University Board of
Regents.
Baker said he has no formal con-
tact with DPS personnel or oversight
board members.
"I talk to officers informally.
They are usually around the regents
room or events, but we don't have
business kinds of talks," he said.
"There is no organized kind of con-
tact. We don't have anything but a

casual relationship with the police."
He added that he would like
some sort of regular contact with the
oversight board.
Regent Philip Power (D-Ann
Arbor) agreed, and said the regents
cannot effectively govern the force if
they are not aware of its actions.
"Police issues are more sensitive
than managing snow sweeping dn
campus, so it seem that we should
get some kind of report or have
some contact on a regular basis," he
said.
But oversight board member
Christie Ochoa, an LSA senior, said
the board is not required to have aqy
regular contact with the regents.
"I would imagine that once we
get complaints, we will take it upon
ourselves to make reports to the
regents," she said.
Ochoa added that she is very dis-
appointed with the oversight board
thus far.
"I'm not happy with what the
board is doing," she said, citing what
she sees as administrative stalling of
the board's purpose. Ochoa said only
last week the board finally decided
to distribute a complaint form to all
students in order to make the board
more accessible.
The relationship between the
DPS police force and the AAPD was
also called into question over the
past year.
Hoornstra said the two forces
have a distinct and specific
relationship.
"We are operating under a mutual
aid agreement," he said. "We can
ask for each other's assistance.
"We would only come to a crime
scene as a result of a request from
DPS. The scene itself would still be
directed by (DPS), and they would
tell our forces how it was needed.
Our officers would be taking orders
from Ann Arbor supervisors.
Hoornstra added that the
Washtenaw Country Sheriffs Office
is also involved in this agreement.
Brater said she thinks the forces
interact well.
"We are trying to work out a
good working relationship between
the forces," she said, adding that the
two departments are currently trying
to draft a contract. "The two forces
seem to be interacting smoothly."
Baisden said that, despite linger-
ing imperfections in the operations
of the University police force, the
concept and reality of the force is a
success.
"The establishment of a full-
service campus police force seems to
be a win-win situation," he said.

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