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MAY-AUG Lg. 2 bdrm. w/study 3-4 person
2 blks. to Diag. Price neg. 996-4119.
MAY-AUG Sublet room in 5-bdrm. on E.
University. $250 neg. Call 741-9270.
MAY-AUG SUBLET Large modem studio.
Newly furnishes, A/C, laundry. Great
location, 2 blocks from campus. $425/mo.
neg. Call today 994-6286.
MAY-AUG. 1 huge Rm. in hse. E. Jeff. and
Div. Ldry. + prkg. $250 + Util. Price neg.
MAY-AUG. Fabulous studios. 1,2,3 bdrms.
All the extras. 741-9300.
MAY-AUG. LARGE 2 bdrm. apt. Great for
24 people. All util. included. $600 or best
offer. Call 747-9362.
MAY-AUG. Lge., fum., 1 bdrm. in quiet
secure bldg. Ldry., 2 blks. E. of Bus. School.
N-smkg., no pets. 930-6821.
MAY-AUG. Lge. fum. I bdrm. on Wilmot &
Washtenaw. 4 houses from CCRB. Free
wash/dry, prkg. $350 neg. Dave 662-5486.
MAY-AUG. MALE/FEMALE own room in
j ige. apt. at Hill & Church. Amanda 747-
MAY-AUG.: 2 bdrm. near Med., prkg., $
neg., Idry., balc., great cond. 761-5687.
MAY-AUGUST Sublet Ldry., fum., prkg.,
Tappan. Call Nicole 747-6967
Furnished campus area apts. available
begining May 6, 1994 through August 19 at
special discounted rates. Many great features!
Callus for more information:
Wilson White Company, Inc.
Equal Housing Opportunity.
PERFECT FOR TWO, I bdrm. apt. very
nice. Huge common rm. 928 Church. 741-
SPRING/SUMMER sublet. Spacious, newly
remodeled, 4 bdrm. apt. Prkg. Great location.
Rent neg. 761-6917 (Kim) or 741-9452
SUBLET AVAIL. for April or May. Sunny
eff. w/patio. A/C, kit. + lge. walk-in closet.
Very affordable. Call 434-6037.
SUM. PAD! Big mod. 2 bdrm. bi-level,
dishwasher, prkg., A/C, $600. 741-0876.
THE PINK HOUSE! Avail. May-Aug. Hill
and Church. 2 bdrm. apt. 2-3 people. Rent
neg. 2 prkg. Call 996-8854.
WANTED-SUBLET single UM campus.
May-Aug. Steve 5171782-6954.
WILLARD Available May. 6 bdrms. W/D
prkg. Call 996-3886.
PASSOVER Seder Dinner at Chabad. Make
your reservations now 995-3276.

CAMP COUNSELORS - Outstanding Slim
Down Camps: Tennis, Dance, Slimnastics,
WSI, Athletics, Nutrition/Dietetics. Age 20+.
Seven Weeks. Camp Camelot on College
Campuses at Massachusetts, Pennsylvania,
California. Contact: Michele Friedman 947
Hewlett Drive, North Woodmere, N.Y. 11581
CHEERLEADERS & former cheerleaders:
Travel America this summer as a professional
cheerleading instructor. You'll be trained
along with over 100 other instructors from
across the nations, then will teach summer
camps in over 30 states June-Aug. Make
money doing what you love to do. Call 1/
800/255-0296 at the International Cheer-
leading Association.
CHILD CARE NEEDED beginning sum-
mer 1994 for 1 year. 30-40 hrs./wk. caring
for a 2 1/2 year old and 6 year old. Exp.,
references, trans. necessary, non smoker.
Live in or out. Call eve. 663-3482.
VE EMC A \/2N c

$9.50 to $15.00/hr. Paint
houses this summer. Detroit area
and other cities throughout Michigan.
Campus Corps Painters

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Partner says first lady
wanted to stay in deal

PART-TIME SPR. & full-time sum. for
loading and/or delivery of packaged ice. Call
( or apply in person at Partytime Ice, Co. 1854
( Cadillac Ave. Ypsilanti, MI 48198. 313/485-
k 0430.
r Rh NEGATIVE semen donors are needed
and will be paid $120 per acceptable
specimen because of their rare blood t ype
" Write APRL, P.Q. Box 2674, Ann Arbor,, MI
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well es-
tablished infertility clinic. If you are a male
student or professional 20-40 years of age we
need you. Donors will be paid $60 per ac-
ceptable specimens. For further information
please write APRL, P.O. Box 2674, Ann
Arbor, MI 48106.

Obtain a cutting
edge over the
competition with
experience as an
for the
Michigan Daily
Pick up applications at
420 Maynard. Due
Mar. 25. Questions?
Call 764--0557.



$135 Million unclaimed!
4 Scholarship matching guarenteed! Free info.
( booklet, 24 hr. recording. 800/434-6015, ext.
* SANDI'S WORD PRO: "Resumes"-PhD-
Theses-Law-Papers-Tapes-FAX-Rush. 426-
BODY PIERCING by Ear & There
We pierce everything! Please call for an
appointment. 313/467-1084.
CASH FOR COLLEGE. 900,000 grants
available. No repayments, ever. Qualify
immediately. 1-800/243-2435.
applications? Call Kate 761-5506. Formerly
A-1 Typing.
Professional Dry Cleaning
College Cleaners
715 N. University 662-1906
Eureka Cleaners
308 N. Main 662-1769
TYPING: Resumes, cover letters, &
applications. A2 Typing. Call 994-5515.
Professional. Reasonable. 482-4410.
ARE YOU LOOKING for extra cash to get
you through the end of the semester? Part-
time, temporary work is available for early
mornings, afternoons, or dinner shifts. Apply
today through March 31st at Wendy's in the
Michigan Union. 530 S. State.
$ 750/WK. Alaska Fisheries this summer.
Maritime Services. 1-208/860-0219.
$! FASTEST GROWING co. in 82 billion
industry. High income potential. Free training
set your hours. Ron 995-3327.
AA ALASKA SUMMER employment. Join
the gold rush to Alaska's fisheries industry!
Earn $5,000/mo. in canneries, processors,
etc.! Male or Female. No experience
required. Room/Board/Travel often provided!
Guaranteed Success! 919/9294398 ext. Al.
AA CRUISE & TRAVEL employment
guide. $$$ + FREE worldwide travel!l
(Caribbean, Europe, Etc.1) Summer/Per-
manent avail. Guaranteed success! 919/929-
4398 ext.cl.
time or seasonal full-time help wanted. 2781
Scio Church Rd., Ann Arbor. 665-8733.
ACCEPTING APPS. - Closing supervisor,
lunchtime & A.M. Help. 662-7701.
Big $, big challenge, big experience. Call for
info. 1-800/41-NOMAD.
APT. MANAGER- Small student complex
looking for a person to live/manage on-site,
part-time basis. Send resume/experience to
P.O. Box 7072, Ann Arbor, 48107.
ATTENTION Psychology, Econ., and Busi-

to $2,000+/month working on Cruise Ships
or Land-Tour companies. World travel. Sum-
mer & Full-time employment available. No
experience necessary. For more information
call 1-206/634-0468 ext. C5598.
CUSTODIANS are needed for Spring and
Summer Semesters (beginning May 1) at
Student Publications (Michigan Daily,
Michiganensian yearbook and Gargoyle
humor magazine). We are looking for in-
dividuals who are in good physical condition,
and able to do cleaning and lifting. Students
familiar with general cleaning and who are
enthusiastic, energetic, reliable and punctual
will receive top consideration. Pay $5.75/hr.
Must be available 8:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. at
least two days a week. Apply now. Call 764-
0550 or stop by Room 210A, Student
Publications Building, 420 Maynard Street.
EARN OVER $100/11R. processing our mail
at home. For info call 202/310-5958.
EVER WANT to start your own monthly
magazine? We ask for only time investment.
Start now for great ad money back-to-school
issue. We have student publishers who earn
$3000 per month part-time. Valuable ex-
perience for advertising and marketing
majors. Call INSIDER-708/673-3458.
FULL TIME NANNY for Ann Arbor infant.
Excelent opportunity for April grad. 40-50
hrs./wk. Ref. required. Send resumes to 509
Orchard Hill, Ann Arbor, 48104.
FULL-TIME WORKERS needed for sum-
mer landscape construction crews. Send
name, address and phone number to: John
Hoffman Landscaping, Inc. at 2023B East
Mitchell, Petoskey, MI 49700. Or call 616/
Now hiring for this seasonl Cooks,
bartenders, waitresses, pro shop cashiers and
grounds crew. Free golf pprivileges. Excellent
for college students. Fu11 or part-time. Fox
Hills Country Club. Located between
Plymouth & Ann Arbor. (313) 453-7272.
GREENPEACE JOBS. Promote/educate
global ecological sanity. Call 761-1996.
INTERESTED in Advertising? Are you
looking for experience in business or creative
advertising? Then the Michigan Daily Clas-
sifieds wants you! We're looking for fun-
loving, enthusiastic, and creative individuals
to apply for Assistant Account Executive
positions for Fall 1994. Training to begin this
semester. Pick up applications at 420
Maynard. Questions? Call 764-0557. Ap-
plications due Friday, Mar. 25 @ 4:00.
INTERN NEEDED--Automotive engineer-
ing firm offers full-time summer position to
bright, self-motivated candidate (part-time
available immediately). Skills or interest in
finance and accounting and good com-
munication skills are required. Knowledge of
Excel and other Windows programs helpful.
Send resume to: Vehicle Science Corp. 315
E. Eisenhower #211 Ann Arbor, MI 48108.
Attn: Human Resources.
Make up to $2,000 $4,000+/mo. teaching
basic conversational English abroad. Japan,
Taiwan, and S. Korea. Many employers
provide room & board + other benefits. No
teaching background or Asian languages
required. For more information call: 206/632-
1146 ext. 75598.
MICHIGAN TELEFUND seeks enthusias-
tic students to call alumni for spring and sum-
mer terms. $6/hour. Flexible schedule. Great
resume experience in a fun environment.
What more could a U of M student want?
Stop by 611 Church #304 or call 998-7420
for more information.
MINUTES FROM North Campus. Subway
is now accepting applications for current and
spring and summer employment. Part time
lunch/dinner shifts. Apply 1701 Plymouth
Rd., next to Video Watch, after 2.
MITCH'S PLACE - Now hiring waitstaff,
barstaff, door checker & cooks. Apply at
Mitch's place. 1301 S. University.
NEED extra money? Handyman wanted fall
1994 & spring 1995 for odd jobs in Ann
Arbor. Call 313/562-5756.
OVERTURE AUDIO is looking to add a
new member to its staff. The position is cur-
rently part time, with most hours coming on

Summer Discovery at Michigan, a pre-
college enrichment program for high-school
students is looking for energetic, Resident
Counselors for on-campus program June 22-
August 7. Program includes academics,
sports, evening activities and weekend
excursions. Staff accompany students day
and night. Remuneration includes salary,
room and board at Couzens Hall, and
activities. Must be 21 by'June 20, 1994. On
campus interviews in early April. For
application and further information call
SUMMER DISCOVERY at 1-800/645-6611,
and mention this ad.
TAKEOUT TAXI is now hiring for our Ann
Arbor opening. Must be over 21, own car &
have a good driving record. We offer--
-Flexible evening hours
-Chances for advancement
-Excellent second income
Call 761.7100 for more information.
The University of Michigan, Survey
Research Center Telephone Facility, is now
recruiting people with good communications
skills to conduct social science research
interviews. Some typing ability is needed due
to our use of computer-assisted telephone
interviewing. Must be available to work 20
hours a week, mostly nights and weekends.
Pay starts at $6 per hour. Pay starts at $7 per
hour for Spanish bilingual interviewers
whose language skills meet our
qualifications. Attendance is required at a 5
night training. Compensations for training is
available after interviewing begins. Apply in
person, weekdays, March 14 - March 22,
8:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m., at the University of
Michigan, Institute for Social Research, 426
Thompson St., Ann Arbor. For additional
taped information only, call 763-7339. An
Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action
THE COLORWORKS Collegiate Painters
is now interviewing college students for sum-
mer 94 management positions. A resume-
building job w/tremendous eaming potential.
To expplore job opportunities avail. wffbe
Color, orks call 1-800/477-1001 & talk w/a
campus representative.
THE MSA is looking for poll workers, $5/hr.
If interested call 763-3241 or visit the MSA
office on 3rd floor of Union. Especially need
N. Campus workers.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for 1 week campp
for kids w/muscular dystrophy Jun.10.17.
For info call Kris collect q 517/694-7787.
WORK in the Wild! 'Four guide, dude ranch,
instructor, lifeguard, trail maintenance, hotel
staff, firefighter + volunteer and government
positions available at national parks. Excel-
lent benefits + bonusesl Over 25,000
openingsi Apply now for best positions. For
more information please call: 1/206/545-
4804 ext. N5598.
tSINE 5 t 1/lG S
Resumes, papers, dictation, and typing.
Please call Beth at 973-7220.
ELECTRONICS service + rentals, large
screen TV's, 215 S. Ashley, 769.0342.
Tours, Political Seminars, Jewish Studies.
Four Week Sessions for Undergraduates and
Graduates for as little as $950. Call 1-800-
GOING TO LAREDO, TX March 24th &
returning April 3rd. Need help w/driving &
gas expenses. Please call 313/429-1069.
LOW FARES. London from $398, Germany
from $398. Other low prices for Europe
available. Regency Travel 209 S. State 665-
ROMANTIC SPRING Hideaway? Cozy log
cabins on lake. $49-$69 nightly, includes hot
tub, boats, canoes, and morel Traverse City,
Ellis Lake Resort, 6161276-9502.
SCHOOL'S ALMOST over. Plan your
getaway with Jetaway. 994-5921.
Europe 94 air sale
Stamos Family of Travel 663-4400.
Continental fr. $159/$279. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Diane at
Regency Travel 209 S. State 665-6122.
MUSK , ...
Liberty. 665-8001. Lessons: pop, folk, blues,
Free lesson special. Not just guitars.
CANCER present: Concert Against Cancer
featuring the BARTONIANS, the
at the Blind Pig (208 1 st st.) on Mon. March
21 8 p.m. $5 at door. 18 and over only. 2
pieces of I.D. required for admission.
2 PINK FLOYD TIX Lower bowl seats.

Pest offer. Call 998-0069 leave message.
PINK FLOYD Tix July 15 best seats 741-

The Michigan Daily is looking for
help in producing the Classified Ad
pages next fall.You must be able
to work 1.5 2 hours per day
(Monday- Friday between the
hours of 12:30 - 3:00). Neatness
and attention to detail is a must.
No paste-up experience needed,
but it is helpful. Knowledge of
Quark or Pagemaker is also a
plus. You will be working with a
student run organization and gain-
ing valuble work experience.
Monthly salary is $75.
Contact Susan or Mike
at 764-0556 for more

2 months in Petersburg $1260
3 months $1660. Live with a
Russian family, study Russian.
(510) 609-9204 (904) 373-1098
WITCHCRAFT INFO (Positive Onlyl).
Personal interviews, classes. 665-5550.
ARE YOU CONCERNED that your social
security number is on your student ID? Have
you had problems with it? If so, please call
Noceeba 663-0931, or Cheryl 747-8592. This
is a student project.
JURORS NEEDED for mock trials at the
Law School: April 4, 6, 7, 11, 13 & 14. Sign
up for one or morel Call 7634319.
........... ..... ..:........
LAW STUDENT looking for non-smoking
housemate(s) in newly furnished house: bigg-
screen TV, prkg., !dry., piano, alarm sys. No
pets, Sept-Sept. $350 single, $200 double. 930-0354.
MALE & female roommate needed. Singles
or doubles to share fabulous 2 bedroom bi-
levels w/all the extras. Call 741-9300.
ROOMMATE NEEDED - one room avail.
in 5 bedroom house. Own bathroom avail.
immed. Rent neg. Call Mark@ 994-5626.
SP/SU APT. MATE needed. $2001ma Jason
747-9937. 1 bdrm.i3 bdrm. apt. Roomy &
amenities. Near IM bldg.
:. t ..",
4-YEAR OLD, LOVING Mom and Dad in
Washington, D.G. area wish to adopt infant
brother or sister. Close extended family in
area. Let's help each other. Med./legal/travel
paid. Please call Jessica or Bob at 1-800/86-
ADOPTION: LOVING, Christian couple to
adopt new bom. 1-800/850-0090.
AREA GUY is forming an organizaton for
like-minded guys over 21 who are interested
in extending men's fashion options to include
all choices now available to women. Be-
havior and dress will be professional at all
times. This is a group for rights and self-
expression. It is not for gays or bi-sexuals.
Contact Jim. 810/473-0046.
LET A PSYCHIC answer your questions!
Speak person to person 24 hrs. a day. Call 1-
900/267-0088 ext. 4023. $3.99/min. Must be
l&+. Procall Co. 602/954-7420.
PREGNANT? Are you or someone you care
about pregnant and not in the position to be a
parent? Please help a loving couple be a
loving family. Call collect 810/360-0223.
PREGNANT? Not what you had planned.
Unsure what to do? Adoptive couple eagerly
awaits child. Call 810/641-3820.
Let us help you choose Life. 769-7283.
....................................... ,...... ,...::::::, ::~ :,:: , ::, :,,.:: .
COME SEE the area's best selection of
Tropical fish & aquariums. The Fish Doctors!
Next to Putt-Putt on Washtenaw. 434-1030.

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. --- Presi-
dent Clinton's former partner in the
Whitewater Development Corp. said
last week that Clinton was ready to
get out of the investment in 1986 but
that Hillary Rodham Clinton insisted
on staying in the land venture.
James B. McDougal, in an inter-
view, described an angry conversa-
tion in December 1986 between
Hillary Clinton and McDougal's then-
wife Susan, who went to the Arkansas
governor's mansion to ask that the
Clintons sign documents transferring
their interest in the 230-acre
Whitewaterproject to the McDougals.
The Clintons owned a half-interest in
the venture.
Although then-Gov. Clinton had
told the McDougals he was willing
to sign the documents, Hillary
Clinton refused, saying she hoped
to eventually use the Whitewater
investment to pay for her daughter
Chelsea's college education,
McDougal said.
At the time, the McDougals were
under federal scrutiny for their in-
volvement in Madison Guaranty Sav-
ings & Loan, which failed in 1989 at
an estimated taxpayer cost of $60
As controversy over Whitewater
has heightened, a key question for the

Clintons has been why they remained
in the land venture with McDougal
long after he came under federal in-
quiry for unsound business practices.
He was tried and acquitted of bank
fraud charges in 1989.
McDougal's account is at odds
with the Clintons' depiction of them-
selves as "passive investors" in
Whit6water who were unable to di-
vest themselves of their interest in the
project until December 1992, when
they sold their shares to James
McDougal for $1,000.
Senior White House adviser Bruce
Lindsey said last week that "Mrs.
Clinton has no recollection of ever
making any such statement to Susan
James McDougal said he and Su-
san tried to take over the Clintons'
interest in the corporation so they
could take advantage of tax losses
that had accumulated since 1978,
when the two couples bought the
Ozarks property for a resort devel-
When Hillary Clinton insisted
on staying in the project, McDougal
said, cautioning that his account of
the meeting was obtained second-
hand from his wife, "I found it rather
laughable," because the land devel-
opment company never had been

Continued from page 1
Christopher said the IAEA would
almost certainly find the inspections
inadequate and report the matter to
the United Nations. He said the United
States would push the U.N. Security
Council to pass a resolution on North
Korea and ultimately is "preparing
for trade sanctions."
He said that despite cool U.S.-
Chinese relations, the Chinese would
not use their seat on the Security Coun-
cil to oppose sanctions.
"China has a very strong interest
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more the old fashioned rocking kind
so it wasn't so bad," he said. "I just
wish the damn things would stop."
In Valencia, patrons of a Subway
sandwich shop raced out of the store.
"It was really scary," said Nadia
Hurtado, of Simi Valley. "I started to
run down the stairs, but I didn't make
it down. The floor was just swaying
back and forth."
She and her sister Karla immedi-
ately canceled plans to visit the Magic
Mountain theme park.
The quake rocked the Santa Anita
race track's press box, located on the

that North Korea not go nuclear," he
said. "I would say that if we work at it
carefully and patiently at the U.N.
and bring the Chinese along, they will
not block the imposition of sanctions."
Christopher defended administra-
tion policy toward China and his re-
cent trip to Beijing when the Chinese
rebuffed his ultimatum that they im-
prove their human rights record or
lose their favorable trade status.
He said the conditions set on the Y
Chinese were "discrete and narrow"
and that he was still hopeful China
would take steps that would allow
President Clinton to renew its most- r
favored-nation trading status when it
comes up for review in June.
roof of the grandstand about 60 feet
above the Arcadia track. Television
sets attached to the ceiling swung
wildly for about 30 seconds. The
quake did not appear to rattle thou-
sands of fans gathered in the infield,
who remained in line at the betting
windows. Horse racing continued
uninterrupted. "I think some people
at ground level didn't feel it," track
spokesperson Jane Goldstein said.
On the westside of Los Angeles,
where the January quake shook vio-
lently, there appeared to be no signifi-
cant damage. The January quake
crippled the city's freeway system. It
left about 11,000 houses and apart-
ments unlivable, and sent more than
10,000 people to Red Cross shelters.

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