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ONE ROOM in house. $200 neg. incl. util.
Near downtown & campus w/laundry. Avail.
ASAP-Aug. 996-4959-leave message.
PACKARD/HILL apt. avail. imdtly. for
sublet. 2 bdrm., A/C. $450/mo. 222-7666.
PERFECT FOR TWO, I bdrm. apt. very
nice. Huge common rm. 928 Church. 741-
I RIVATE room sublet in furn. 2 bdrm. 5
min. to campus. Price neg. 665-9930.
SINGLE in 2 bdrm. apt. May-Aug. Close tc
campus & CCRB, laundry, furnished. $295,
mo.Karen 769-9451.
SPACIOUS 2 BDRM. Packard @ East U.
May-Aug., furn., prkg., Idry., balcony, rent
SUBLET AVAIL. for April or May. Sunny
eff. w/patio. A/C, kit. + 1g. walk-in closet.
Veyaffordable. Call 434-607.
SUBLET OWN room, or to share, off
campus, rent neg. Marge or Sue 747-9461.
SUBLET SPACE IN. 2 bdrm. apt. Great
oction, A/C, Idry. rm., $ neg. 769-2604.
TWO LEVEL Studio with balcony &
parking. Available April 1. 1016 Church.
$350. 616/626-8547.
PASSOVER Seder Dinner at Chabad. Make
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$135 Million unclaimed!
Scholarship matching guarenteed! Free info
klet, 24 hr. recording. 800/434-6015, ext
* SANDI'S WORD PRO: "Resumes"-PhD-
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pierce everything! Please call for an
appointment. 313/467-1084.
CASH FOR COLLEGE. 900,000 grant,
available. No repayments, ever. Qualify
immediately. 1-800/243-2435.
EAR, NOSE, BELLY & other piercing
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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 alo 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
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
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800/255-0296 at the International Cheer-
leading Association.
CHILD CARE NEEDED beginning sum-
mer/fall of 94 for 1 year. 30-40 hrs./wk.
caring for a 2 1/2 year old and 6 year old.
Exp., references, trans. needed non-smoker.
Live in or out. Call eve 663-3482.
CHILD CARE for 3 small kids. Flex. sum-
merhrs. w/ fall-winter term option. Exp., ref.,
transportation req. 973-0825.
COLLEGE PAINTERS now hiring for the
summer season. Work in Ann Arbor and earn
$7-$11/hr. Call 769-4877.
COUNSELORS - Top Boys Sports Camp-
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SPORTS. Tennis, WSI, & all water sports.
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Salaries, Excellent Facilities, Travel
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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
humorgmagazine). 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/HR. processing our mail
at home. For info call 202/310-5958
Now hiring for this season! Cooks,
bartenders, waitresses, pro shop cashiers and
grounds crew. Free golf privileges. Excellent
for college students. Full or part-time. Fox
Hills Country Club. Located between
Plymouth & Ann Arbor. 313/453-7272.
needed to design the cover of the 1994-1995
Student Directory. Grads and undergrads
send resume to:
Directory Cover Design
Student Publications
420 Maynard
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
GREENPEACE JOBS. Promote/educate
global ecological sanity. Call 761-1996.
HEALTHY WOMEN w/Regular menstrual
cycles age 20-35, average height and weight,
not on medications or birth control pills
needed for in-patient study on growth hor-
mone during spr./sum. terms. Call Dr.
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Diisinn o If of M

0 Whitewater Charges
Leach charges venture
used 'to skim deposits'

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-
RELIABLE energetic individuals for rest of
semester. Also hiring for Spring term. Open
schedule a must. 949-9400, ask for Troy.
RESPONSIBLE PERSON to care for our
children. 4 1/2, and one-year-old. Mon. &
Wed., 3-7, Sat. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. 662-3062.
Rh NEGATIVE semen donors are needed
and will be paid $120 per acceptable
specimen because of their rare blood type.
Write APRL, P.O. 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.
SITTER NEEDED IN MY home for kids 11
& twins 8. Part-time, must have car, pay neg.
Call 995-9367.
SUBJECTS NEEDED. Students male, right-
handed, native English speakers, with normal
vision, and normal hearing for reaction time
experiments in human cognition. Must be
avail. either for a single or 690 min. sessions.
Hourly pay plus bonus determined by per-
formance & completion of the study. Call
|||f Do you want I1

Contiental fr. S159/$279. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Diane at
Regency Travel 209 S. State 665-6122.
HERB DAVID GUITAR Studio. Not just
guitars. 302 E. Liberty. 665-8001. Free les-
son Special: harp, percussion.
PEARL JAM shows on audio-tape. Chrysler
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2 months in Petersburg $1260
3 months $1660. Live with a
Russian family, study Russian.
(510) 609-9204 (904) 373-1098_
WITCHCRAFT INFO (Positive Only!).
Personal interviews, classes. 665-5550.
MUSIC FROM S. Amer. & Mexico Tropical
Secret. Great sweaters & jewelry. Lower
level Student Union- this week only!

Leach of Iowa, President Clinton's
leading Republican critic in the
Whitewater controversy, charged yes-
terday that the Arkansas real estate
venture ultimately was used "to skim,
directly or indirectly, federally in-
sured deposits" from a Little Rock
savings and loan.
Presenting what he called the find-
ings of a months-long investigation
by Republicans in Congress, Leach
released more than 100 pages of docu-
ments that he said prove Clinton and
his associates guilty of benefiting fi-
nancially and politically from
Whitewater, stonewalling on the sub-
sequent investigations and interfer-
ing with federal regulators.
"Whitewater may have begun as a
legitimate real estate venture," Leach
said, but eventually "it came to be
used to skim, directly or indirectly,
federally insured deposits" from both
Madison Guaranty Savings & Loan
and Capital Management Services
Inc., a Small Business Administra-
tion-backed fund that made govern-

ment-subsidized loans to what were
supposed to be economically disad-
vantaged borrowers.
Included in the documents was a
memorandum in which a senior fed-
eral investigator of the Whitewater
controversy concluded that the real
estate investment shared by Clinton,
first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton and
two friends cost the federally insured
Little Rock thrift more than $100,000.
This is the first government estimate
of the financial impact of Whitewater
on Madison Guaranty, which eventu-
ally folded at a cost to taxpayers of
more than $47 million.
The documents Leach released,
many of them internal memoranda
and notes written by federal regula-
tors and investigators working for the
Resolution Trust Corp., provided no
evidence directly linking Clinton or
his wife to that scheme. But the mate-
rial provided new details about many
aspects of the controversial case, in-
cluding a conclusion by investigators
that Clinton's Whitewater partners
had used Madison and its subsidiary
in a giant check-kiting scheme.

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MARCH 30,1994, 4.6 P.M, IN
JIURORS NEEDED for mock trials at the
Law School: April 4, 6,7, 11, 13 & 14. Sign
up for one or morel Call 763-4319.
FEM. NEEDED spr/sum. bi-lev. 2 baths, A/
C. Church St. Price neg. Joy 747-7647.
FEMALE TO SHARE 2 bdrm. apt. close to
N. campus and campus bus. $335 + free heat.
Non-smoker. 741-9243.
LAW STUDENT looking for non-smoking
housemate(s) in newly furnished house: big-
screen TV, prkg., ldry., piano, alarm sys. No
pets. Sept-Sept. $350 single, $200 double.
J.P. 930-0354.

|||| MALE & female roommate needed. Singles
or doubles to share fabulous 2 bedroom bi-
levels w/all the extras. Call 741-9300.

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therapy giving sessions at a great price. Tec,
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TYPING: Resumes, cover letters, &
applications. A2 Typing. Call 994-5515.

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Yearbook needs a
Business Manager.
You need to be available
approximately 20 hours/
Week during the summer.
Stop by the office at 420
Maynard in the Student
Publications Building for
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at 764-9425.
Y E A R B 0 0K

ROOMMATE NEEDED - one room avail.
in 5 bedroom house. Own bathroom avail.
immed. Rent neg. Call Mark @ 994-5626.
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PREGNANT? Not what you had planned.
Unsure what to do? Adoptive couple eagerly
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PREGNANT? Are you or someone you care
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Continued from page ±
continuing charges and disclosures.
He disavowed any knowledge of
the land venture's management, which
he said was handled by his business
partner James B. McDougal. He de-
clared he had no knowledge of any
money from McDougal's Madison
Guaranty Savings & Loan flowing
into either his Arkansaspolitical cam-
paigns or the Whitewater business
accounts - two of the chief allega-
tions in the matter.
In the one new detail added to his
account of the affair, Clinton revised
downward his estimate of the amount
of money he lost in the venture to
build vacation homes in the Ozarks.
He said he now believes that he lost
roughly $22,000 less than the $68,900
he has claimed for the past two years.
Saying he could shed no light on
the continuing reports of abuses and
deceptions, he said, "We didn't keep
the books or records. We were essen-
tially passive investors," Clinton said.
He said that when history judges
this affair it will shrink to insignifi-
cance next to what he has accom-
plished in his first year in office.
The president looked at ease and
smiled frequently, radiating an ap-
pearance intended to demonstrate his
avowed confidence that the allega-
tions will be shown to be baseless.
He also tried to forcefully deny
allegations, raised again yesterday by

Rep. Jim Leach (R-Iowa) that the ad-
ministration tried to keep federal offi-
cials from moving toward a criminal
investigation of the savings and loan.
"I have had absolutely nothing to do,
and would have nothing to do with
any attempt to influence an RTC regu-
latory matter," Clinton said.
Leach, ranking Republican on the
House Banking Committee, released
documents showing that an Resolution
Trust Corp. official had met with a
regional investigator in Kansas City on
whether Whitewater could be found
blameless in Madison Guaranty's losses.
Clinton said Leach had not made
accusations about any political ap-
pointee of the administration, and as-
serted that Leach "may be talking
about an internal dispute within the
RTC from career Republican appoin-
tees, for all I know." He said the
people involved were in government
before his Democratic administration
Although Clinton offered that he
overstated his earlier estimate of his
losses from Whitewater, he said he
did not think he would be found liable
for additional federal income taxes.
But he said that if it is determined that
he has a tax liability, he will pay it.
The lower figure for losses widens
gap between what Clinton invested
and lost in Whitewater and what his
supposedly equal partners, James and
Susan McDougal, lost. The Clintons
estimate McDougal's loss at about
$95,000; McDougal says he sunkmore
than $150,000 into the failed project.

Professional. Reasonable. 482-4410.

All kinds. Professional.
SCall Penny at 761-3775.
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.
Al LAWN CARE, INC. accepting applica-
tions in lawn care and landscape work. Ex-
perience preferred, good driving record, neat
apearance, 40-50 hrs./wk., pay starts at
5S.0 Positions avail. April 25th through the
'all. 663-3343.
AA ALASKA SUMMER employment. Join
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Eam $5,000/mo. in canneries, processors,
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ime or seasonal full-time help wanted. 2781
' cio Church Rd., Ann Arbor. 665-8733.
ambitious, outgoing, intelligent Account
Managers to start ASAP for summer and fall
part + full time. Advertising and Marketing
majors could inter! Fax your resume today
to 517/487-0035 attention Tom Wiley for
Big$, 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,
art-time basis. Send resume/experience to
.0. Box 7372, Ann Arbor, 48107.

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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 22 - March 29,
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

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BABY-SITTER NEEDED- 2 boys, 1 & 3.
One aft. & one Sat. eve. Must have'town
transp. Begin May, 663-5310.
BIOSTATISTICIAN, at least Masters level,
for analysis and management of large
datasets currently on MTS. Part-time, flexible
hours, competitive wages and option for
authorship in manuscripts. Send CV to Dr.
M. Gupta, Department of Psychiatry, Box
0704, CFOB or leave message at 763-2544.

edge over the
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experience as an
for the
Michigan Daily
Pick up appications at
420 Maynard. Due
Mar. 25. Questiors?
Ca 764-0557.
INTERESTED in Advertising? Are you
looking for experience in business or creative
advertising? Then the Michigan Daily Clas
sifieds wants youl We're looking for fun
loving, enthusiastic, and creative individual
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plications due Friday, Mar. 25 @ 4:00.

THE COLORWORKS Collegiate Painters
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Resumes, papers, dictation, and typing.
Please call Beth at 973-7220.

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ELECTRONICS service + rentals, large
screen TV's, 215 S. Ashley, 769-0342.
RESPONSIBLE Church-worker will house-
sit for up to 2 years. Call daytime 662-8142.
Tours, Political Seminars, Jewish Studies.
Four Week Sessions for Undergraduates and
Graduates for as little as $950. Call 1-800-

INTERESTED IN Free Lingerie? Host an
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INTERN NEEDED--Automotive engineer-
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