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ACTORS/ACTRESSES needed! For
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interested, please call Jodi 769-5285.
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L I LOWZ 6_267.
COUNSELORS, COACHES,
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CRUISE LINE- Entry level on board posi-
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DELIVERY DRIVERS & In-House Posi-
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GREAT TEACHING JOB Looking for
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The Michigan Union is
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530 S. State, rm 1310.
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VOLUNTEERS for doctoral research on
battered women and their dreams. Must be
out of battering relationship within past 18
nos. Call Elizabeth 517/336-9930.

SPRING BREAK! rorn $299 inc. air, 7
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HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO. 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Lessons, repair, music.
Tune up & lesson specials. What's free?
FILM FROM TSAR TO LENIN Friday
February 11. Produced in 1937 by Herman
Axelbank, narrated by Max Eastman. Brillant
and rivetting account of the Russian Revolu-
tion of 1917. During the McCarthy period,
Axelbank was barred by court order from
showing the film. Michigan Union, Anderson
room. 6:30 p.m. Admission $3. Young
Socialists. 810-967-2924 Helen.
PAGAN or Wiccan? Come meet others!
Campus group forming: Call 764-2939.
NEED COPY of last Thurs. SINBAD show.
Will pay $. Call Matt at 668-6469.
MENGELE TWIN Sora Vigorito to speak.
Union Pendleton m. Sun. 2/13 7:00 p.m.
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Sarajevo, 10 years after the
Olympics: funerals and rage

SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AP) - Ten years
after welcoming the world's finest athletes to the 1984
Winter Games, Sarajevo marked the anniversary Tuesday
by laying to rest more of its war dead in the shadow of the
wrecked Olympic stadium.
The stadium, now a base for French peacekeepers, has

former Olympic fields, we are guilty only because we are
Bosnians," said Mayor Muhamed Kresevljakovic.
He bitterly invited mayors of other Olympic cities to
visit "the city of love and death. ... The biggest Olympic
paradox in the world."
It's doubtful dignitaries from such host Winter Olym-

been ruined by shelling in a
22-month war that has killed Sarajevo observed the anniversary
more than 200,000Muslims, of its Winter Games with more
Serbs and Croats. The
Bosnian capital is a shell of funerals and rage at the Serb
its former self, ringed by L1unners who "have broken the

pic cities as Albertville,
France (1992); Calgary,.
Alberta (1988);Lake Placid,
N.Y. (1980); and Innsbruck,
Austria (1976) could relate
to what's happened to

Serbian gunners in the hills 5M"'.W *..* .-
who fire on their enemies Olympic record in r

below.
One shelling Saturday killed 68 market-goers and
injured 200 others.
So, it was perhaps no surprise that Sarajevo observed
the anniversary of its Winter Games with more funerals
and rage at the Serb gunners who "have broken the
Olympic record in murder."
In the shadow of Zetra stadium, where the Olympic
flame was lighted Feb. 8, 1984, 20 victims of the market
massacre were laid in graves hacked from the hardscrabble
ground of a former soccer field.
The stadium has been struck by Serb shells, many fired}
from cannon and mortar emplacements set up on ski
slopes and bobsled runs on the Olympic heights surround-
ing the city.
At a commemorative ceremony in the national theater,
a girl's choir called "The Snowflakes" - named for
Sarajevo's Olympic emblem -lip-synched to "The Flame
is Still Alive," the city's Olympic theme song.
The mood among the 100 Sarajevans in attendance
was dejected but dignified. The building's facade was
battered by shelling, but its baroque gold and velvet
interior is intact.
"For the riders of the Apocalypse riding across our

Sarajevo.
nurder. Dozens of former
Yugoslav Olympic team
athletes are now fighting on the Bosnian Muslim side, said
Izudin Filipovic, head of the Bosnian Olympic Commit-
tee. Five are fighting with the separatist Serbs, he said.
About 10 Bosnian athletes are competing next week in
the 1994 Winter Games in Lillehammer, Norway. "They
have to fight three battles - to defend their country, for
their athletic performance, and for their lives," Filipovic
said.
Serb gunners are suspected of firing the shell Saturday,
but U.N. inspectors couldn't confirm this, and the Serbs
deny it.
Karadzic wrote yesterdayto Russian President Boris
Yeltsin and President Clinton, urging them to back the
Serb demand for an investigation of the massacre by U.N.,
Bosnian government and Serb experts. Such an inquiry is
needed because peace in the Balkans and in Europe is at
stake, Karadzic argued.
U.N. officials reject that suggestion.
NATO foreign ministers plan to meet today in Brus-
sels, Belgium, to develop a strategy to lift the siege of
Sarajevo. It could include setting a deadline for Bosnian'
Serbs to remove heavy guns encircling the city or face air.
strikes.

Russian president
makes $2l90 a month

WANTED: 10-15 fun, outgoing, & aggres-
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on campus. No experience needed. We will
provide equipment & training. Must have
transportation. Call 994-4069.
WANTED: Gymnastics Instructors for girls,
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MAKE $$$$ DURING Spring Break!
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NEED TUTOR in Computer Programming,
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NEEDED NONSMOKING daycare
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MOSCOW (AP) - President
Boris Yeltsin's monthly wage -
including a bonus - is about $290.
Of course, he does get such presi-
dential perks as cars, houses and a
personal staff.
Like all government workers,
Yeltsin got a raise Jan. 1. He now
makes 450,000 rubles a month, his
chief of staff, Sergei Filatov told the
ITAR-Tass and Interfax news agen-
cies yesterday.
At 21 times the minimum gov-
ernment wage with a bonus for what
Filatov called a "special regime of
work and length of service," the
presidential paycheck is the biggest
of any Russian civil servant.
With his 450,000-ruble pay-

check, Yeltsin could afford to go
out and buy such luxuries as an
imported, but off-brand color tele-
vision set or 37 bottles of the very
best imported vodka or even 10
pounds of the best imported sau-
sage.
The pay of all civil servants went
up Jan. 1 thanks to an order Yeltsin
issued before the December parlia-
mentary elections. This order
boosted the minimum wage for gov-
ernment workers to 14,620 rubles a
month.
Russia has no official minimum
wage, but the government's lowest
rate for work is usually the bench-
mark for salaries in the rest of the
economy.

China succeeds
in rocket launch
BEIJING (AP) - China suc-
cessfully launched two satellites
Tuesday with a newly developed
rocket designed to lift heavier
loads.
The new Long March 3Acan
launch a 2.5-ton satellite well
beyond the 1.4-ton capability of
the standard Long March 3 model,
Xinhua News Agency said.
China is reportedly develop-
ing another rocket, the Long
March 3B, to be used to launch
satellites manufactured abroad.
It will be able to put a 4.8-ton
satellite into space.
China has aggressively en-
tered the international launching
business in recent years as a way
of earning hard currency.

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LOW FARES- London from $398, Germany
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