The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, January 24, 1995-7
SNRE student group to buy
permit to pollute, won't use
ABLE, RESPONSIBLE CARING person
needed to care for 2 preschoolers in our
home. Tuesdays. and some other days with
varied hours. Very flex. Applicant must be
non-smoker, w/ experience, references, and
own transportation. Please call 677-3302.
ACTIVISTS WANTED for social change &
environmental justice. Canvass for
Greatpeace. Call Qhuck at 761-1996.
ARE YOU TIRED of being bored? Then
come join the Wendy's crew. 'There's always
m for one more fast, fun & friendly in-
dividual on our team. Closing and weekend
shifts available. Flexible aceduling. You
choose the hrs.1 $6.00/hr. to start. Apply
today at the Wendy's in the Michigan Union.
530 S. State.
ATTENTION NURSING STUDENTS!
Reliable and caring home health aides
needed to work in elderly client's homes.
Experience preferred. Flexible hours. Own
transportation and phone required. Cases
avilbe in all parts of Washtenaw County~.
Dexter and Chelsea areas included! Apply in
peron at Individualized Home Care. 3003
Washtenaw, Suite #5, Ann Arbor, MI 48104.
ATTENTION PRE-LAW STUDENTS.
Find out how our summer program he stu-
dents get into law schools. Make $51 0wk
Travel. To hear about this great experience
BABYSITTER NEEDED. Warm,
responsible, & experienced woman needed to
care for2&51R year old. Wed. 2:30-6:30
& Sun. 10 a.m. until noon. 662-3062.
BABYSITTER WANTED for occasional
sits. Must have own transportation. Near train
station. References. 996-2876.
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95 - Student Publications Building - Senior
Staff Office - 420 Maynard.
CAREGIVER NEEDED for 1 infant 4 days
- 35/hrs. week, 8:30 - 5:30 p.m. in A2 home
near U-M. Exc. salary & paid vacation. Must
have exp. or relevant education, non-smoker,
and own car. Start late Feb. Call 313/994-
0898, Mon. - Fri., 6-9 p.m., wknd. 10 -5 p.m.
CHILD CARE IN MY HOME loc. near
Maple Miller Rd. in A2. Would consider 2
students to job-share. Full-time, salary
negotiable, own trans. 662-4561.
COLLEGE STUDENT welcome. Need
babysitter 3 afternoons a week. Fri. a must,
but will work with your schedule. Own
transportation. 677-1587 or 764-7585.
COUNSELORS: CAMP WAYNE, brother/
sister camp, Pennsylvania, 6/22-8/20/95.
Have the most memorable summer of your
life! Coaches, teachers, and college age stu-
dents needed to teach at specialty areas.
Many other jobs available. ON CAMPUS
INTERVIEWS: February 13th from 10-5
p.m. Interviews held in Michigan Room of
the Union. If you need more information call
1-800/279-3019 or 516/889-3217 or write 12
Allevard St., Lido Beach, NY 11561. Include
your telephone number.
Camp Starlight has good positions for
outgoing, enthusiastic upper classmen/
women as cabin/unit leaders & coaches in
Baseball, Basketball, Tennis, Roller Hockey,
Lacrosse, Lifegusamng, Sailing, Canoeing,
Water Skiing, Campig, Dance, RadioVideo,
Ropes Course, and Nature. Leading Coed
camp in Mtns. of PA. Warm, friendly
atmosphere, extensive facilities. Field work/
Internships available. 6/22-8/20. For
applications or write 18 Clinton St.,
Malveme, Ny 11565.
CRUISE SHIPS NOW HIRING - Earn up
to $2,000+/month working on Cruise Ships
or Land-Tour companies. World travel.
Seasonal & full-time employment available.
WNo experience necessary. For more informa-
tion call 1-206/634-0468 ext. C55984.
EARN CASH stuffing envelopes at home.
All materials provided Send SASE to P.o.
Box 10075, Olathe, KS 66051.
ENTRY LEVEL College students and high
school grads, full & part-time, winter & per-
manent positions. $10.25 to start. Must have
good math & reading skills. Call Mon. - Fri.
10 - 6 p.m. Call 971-6122.
EXCEPTIONAL SUMMER opportunity-
Camp Wa e for Boys and Girls, NEPA (3
hrs./NYC Sports oriented. Counselor/
specialists for all land/water sports, camping,
cliibin ropes, mountain biking, computers,
A&C, video, radio. On-campus interviews on
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13.
Please call 1-800/825-6747 or 516/883-3067.
FAST CASH FOR for Spring Break. Easy
money, own hours, no obligation. Send
SASE to SI Distributors-L, P.O. Box 97,
Murphysboro, IL 62966.
The School of Education is now
interviewing candidates by
phone for our 1995 Winter
Phonathon calling team.
Duties: Telephone School of
Education alumni and solicit
contributions to the School.
Minimum Pay: $6.25 per hour
plus bonuses and prizes.
Hours: Sunday through
Thursday evenings, February 5
through March 16. No calling
during winter break.
Qualifications: Callers must
be registered U-M students.
Sales, public contact, or acting
experience helpful. Callers
expected to work at least two
evenings per week.
To Apply: Call 763-4880
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
School of Education
Dlwvl,,ment and Alumni Sevices&
IMMEDIATE OPENING for general office
help. $6.25/hr. Near I-23. Holly Barrows,
INTERESTED IN GAINING POL SCI
exp? MSA is looking for an election director.
Call 763-3241 or come to 3909 Michigan
Union to schedule an interview for this Sat.
LOCAL CONCERT PROMOTER seeks
flyer Kings &Queens. Great perks. For more
MAX & ERMA'S RESTAURANT now
hiring: p.m. host staff, a.m. & p~m.
dishwashers, a.m. & p.m. bussers, experien-
ced p.m. line cooks, exp. a.m. prep. cooks.
All of the above must have weekend
availability. Also hiring exp. a.m. waitstaff,
must have some Mon.-Fri. availability. Ac-
cepin g applications Mon.-Fri., 2-4. Flexible
sc edules. Great benefits for full time
employees. 445 E. Eisenhower, Concord
MICHIGAN TELEFUND is hiring for
winter term. $6hour for talking on the
telephone. Learn communication skills and
build your resume. Raise money for the
University and for yourself talking to U-M
Alumni. Call 998-7420 or stop by 611
Church St. #304 for more info.
NATIONAL SUMMER STORAGE com-
pany seeks campus representatives and
promoters for part time work during March &
April. Earn $1000-$2000 per month working
out of your dorm room! Male or Female. For
more information call 800/562-8524.
NATIVE ENGLISH speakers needed to
volunteer for Michigan Language Center's
Conversation Partner Program. Spend as little
as 1 hour each week (more if you wish)
speaking with an international student. For
more information, call Lisa at 663-9415 or
stop by the Michigan Language Center at 309
NEED EXTRA CASH!?
We are seeking student employment for the
following campus libraries:
NATURAL SCIENCE LIBRARY
TAUBMAN MEDICAL LIBRARY
GRADUATE LIBRARY STACKS
and many others!
Flexible shifts available, as well as specific
hours. If interested in MAKING A LITTLE
EXTRA MONEY, please come apply at
Library Human Resources, 404 Hatcher
Graduate Library, EOE.
OFFICE PERSON NEEDED, Mac skills a
must, good with numbers. Call 761-7204.
OUR COMPANY is looking for individuals
who want to gain extensive management ex-
perience this summer. Earn $6000 - $10,000
per summer. Positions avail. throughout the
PAINTERS, FOREMAN, & managers call
College Pro Painters, 1-800/346-4649.
PART-TIME DESK CLERKS needed for
busy UM conference center. Friendly, out-
going people w/ previous customer service
experience are encouraged to apply. Previous
work w/ MS word & office machines a plus.
Please appy in person at the Executive
Residence, 710 E. University. EOE.
PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR consumer
research. $10/hr. Must be 18 - 25 yrs. old.
Own car, active lifestyle. Call 454-5053.
PHOTOGRAPHERS wanted- Energetic,
outgoing people wanted to photograph Greek
campus events. Great for students. Own
transportation & willingness to work
weekends a must. Call The Picture Man at
677-3400 for a phone interview.
PRESCHOOL NEEDS house cleaning &
yard maintenance. Love children & pets. 15-
30 hrs. (Flexible) $6-9/hr. 769-2795.
PROFESSIONAL WOMAN artist-needs
women models. All ethnic groups welcome.
Fun work! $15/hr. 761-2324.
RECEPTIONIST. Hours 12 -9 p.m. Mon. -
Thurs. Typing 60 wpm or better/transcription
experience a plus; filing, answering phones,
patient contact. Excellent pay & benefits.
en resume to: Office Manager, 2000 Green
Rd., Suite 250; Ann Arbor, MI 48105.
RESEARCH ASSISTANT: The department
of Otolaryngology is looking for part-time
temporary research assistant (20 hrs./wk.) to
coordinate patient oriented outcome study on
chronic sinusitis including data collection,
entry and statistical analysis. Some statistical
knowledge would be helpful. College train-
ing or equivalent/relevant experience prefer-
red (public health or statistical background.)
Start date A.S.A.P. $8-l0/hr. Must commit to
minimum of 6 mo. Please contact Francine
RESEARCH ASST. needed for neurpsych.
study. 20 hrs./wk. $8/hr. 1/3 lab work, 2/3
hospital work. Call 769-7392.
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
ALL TICKES WANTED Indiana away,
St. John's. Hockey. Ken or John 741-0368.
ATTENTION SPRING BREAKERS!
Book now! Jamaica from $469, Cancun
$429, Bahamas $399, Key West $199,
Panama City/Daytona $99. Organizroups,
earn cash, travel free. 1-800/234-7
BASKETBALL TICKETS for sale. Scott or
DO YOU LIKE GETTING baked in the
sun? Spring break-do it now! Brad 665-2669.
LOW FARES! London from $369, Paris
from $528, Frankfurt from $504. Regency
Travel 209S. State St. 665-6122.
NEEDED! 1 ST. JOHN'S ticket. Emily:
913-4637. Made big bet - must go!
SKI BRECKENRIDGE for Spring Break.
Great prices. Gregg or Andrew, 998-1925.
SPRING BREAK - Nassau/Paradise Island,
Cancun and Jamaica from $299. Air, hotel,
transfers, parties and more! Organize small
group - earn FREE trip plus commissions!
SPRING BREAK Reps. wanted now!
Acapulco from $499, Cancun from $399,
Jamaica from $459. Call Danr665-6122.
Regency Travel 209 S. State.
SPRING BREAK - Panama City Beach, FL
from $91/person/wk. Greg or Andrew 998-
1925. Free info. 1-800/488-8828.
SPRING BREAK TRIPS you can trust!
Cancun, Jamaica & Breckenridge. Lowest
prices going. Gregg or Andrew, 998-1925.
SPRING BREAK GETAWAY. Romantic
lop cabins on lake. $49-$69 nightly. Reduced
mid-week rate incl. hot tub, boats, canoes,
more. Traverse City area. 616/276-9502.
SPRING BREAK - S. Padre on beach. 2-3
bdrms. at famous Radisson. Parties, price dis-
counted by owner. 813/642-5483.
SPRING BREAK '95!
Guaranteed lowest prices in USA
A~ar f Bahamas
Special Group Rates & Free Travel !
Sun Splash Tours
STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
Continental $179 or $239. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card Martha at
Regency Travel, 209S. State, 665-6122.
WHY BEACH IT? Spring Break Specials =
London * Paris * Athens * Ski Package. Call
Student Travel Breaks at Stamos Travel 663-
4400. We honor student discount coupons for
HERB DAVID GUITAR Studio 302 E.
Liberty, 665-8001. Repair, repair, repair.
Lessons, lessons. Not just guitar.
By KATIE HUTCHINS
Daily Staff Reporter
There will be a few less tons of
sulfurdioxidein the air next year, thanks
That's because they will collect
donations this week and next week to
buy rights to pollute - rights they
"For every ton that we purchase,
that's one less ton that will go into the
air for all time," said Law student Tim
MacDonald, co-coordinatorofthe En-
vironmental Law Society.
The danger of sulfur dioxide is that
it is a principal cause of acid rain, an
environmental hazard that damages
wildlife, fisheries and aquatic habi-
tats, said MacDonald, who is also a
graduate student in public policy.
The purchase of emission allow-
ances is possible because of anational
program set up through the 1990 Clean
Air Act by the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency to require fossil fuel-
fired power plants to buy rights to
It works like this: The EPA limits
the number of rights to emit sulfur
dioxide - sold by the ton - every
year. The Chicago Board of Trade runs
auctions and sales. Anyone can buy the
The Environmental Law Society
plans to do its part by raising enough
money to purchase some of those rights
in order to keep power plants from
using them. Each ton costs about $200,
Environmental groups see this as
an opportunity to snatch the rights to
pollute before the polluters can use
them. Competing with power plants
and retiring the allowances from the
market may also drive up the price of
the rights, MacDonald said.
Considering there are about 50,000
allowances available for sale for emit-
ting in 1995, the two to four tons may
not make much of a difference.
Environmental Law Society mem-
bers recognize theirrole as models for
other groups to follow. "We're trying
to be an instigator," said Stephen Ross,
a Law student and society member.
"The overall effect ofmany groups
doing it will be significant in the fu-
ture," he said.
The EPA's program is expected to
slash 1980 emission levels in half by
the year 2000.
However, environmental activists
have reservations about the program.
"The idea of the market controls
does concern me a little bit ... mainly
because at its core it means that if you
do have enough money, you will be
able to purchase theright to pollute. I'd
rather start at the premise of there is no
right to pollute and go from there,"
The Environmental Law Society
will be collecting donations in Hutchins
Hall this week and the Dana Building
next week. They will attempt to pur-
chase the emission allowances in
March, MacDonald said.
accused of with-
Los Angeles Times
LOS ANGELES-A last-minute debate on evidence-
sharing yesterday postponed opening statements in the
murder trial of O.J. Simpson, as prosecutors accused their
counterparts of withholding evidence in order to sabotage
the government case.
Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Lance A. Ito
denied aprosecution request fora one-week postponement,
but arguments over the new defense material occupied the
entire morning in court, pushing back the scheduled start of
opening statements and forcing Ito to reschedule them for
this morning. Simpson has pleaded not guilty to the June 12
murders of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson and her
friend Ronald Lyle Goldman.
Ito ruled that defense attorneys had not promptly re-
vealed names and other information about a host of wit-
nesses and ordered lead Simpson trial lawyer Johnnie L.
O.J. Simpson faces Judge Lance Ito
attorney Robert Shapiro looks on.
Cochran Jr. to avoid references to two dozen possible
witnesses in his opening statement. But, despite prosecution
objections, Cochran may refer to another 10-including
Dr. Lenore Walker, a nationally recognized expert on do-
mestic abuse who is working with the defense team.
Fraternities rushing to recruit members
ERIC'S SPORTS: Team uniforms and shoes
for all indoor sports. 2 blocks off State Street.
GUESS WHAT!? Dial-A-Jewish-Story,
995-5959. A project from the Chabad House,
Jewish Student Center, 995-3276.
MAKE UP TO $2,000 in one weekt
Motivated student organization (fraternities,
sororities, etc.) needed for marketing project.
Call Lany 1-8001756-6662.
By MEGAN SCHIMPF
For the Daily
Brightly lit houses, conversation,
good food, billiard games and occa-
sional serenades by sororities await
rushees as fraternities opened doors
this week to find new members.
"Rush is the most important thing
we do," said Beta Theta Pi Rush chair
Scott Van Aman. "We're determining
the future of our house and these guys
are deciding where they want to be for
the next three or four years and the rest
of their lives."
Rush began Sunday and continues
nightly through Thursday. The process
is unstructured, and all men on campus
are welcome to visit as many houses as
Bids-invitations to pledge a house
-are given atdifferent times depend-
ingon the house. Throughoutthe week,
houses will narrow their choices dur-
ing meetings among members.
Todd Zagumny, an Engineering
junior, was one of the rushees at Alpha
Delta Phi Monday night.
"It's like afamily," he said. "These
are people who choose you for what
you are. They've decided they think
you could be a part of the family."
Most of the rushees said they want
the brotherhood that comes with being
"It's a place for people to go to get
a great group of friends to be brothers
with for the rest ofyour life," said LSA
first-year student Mike Hendrie, who
spent part of Monday night at Beta.
Brothers try to emphasize to rush-
ees that fraternities provide more than
the social life familiar to many first-
"You have to relate to them it's not
just parties - you're at college to
study," said Kappa Sigma President
Jim Wooll. "A lot of guys who rush
know there's more; they justdon'tknow
Matt Daniels, an LSA first-year
student, pledged Kappa Sigma in the
fall. He said rush is more work for the
actives, and spent Sunday night visit-
ing some of that night's rushees in their
"The Greek system is different from
a group of friends," Daniels said. "I
know I can count on them, even if there
are personality conflicts ordifferences."
FEMALE ROOMATE wanted to share Ig. 2
bedroom, 2 bath. apartment w/ U-M grad.
near north campus. Rent negotiable. Call Sal-
ly at 665-0290.
FEMALE WANTED to share room in 2
bdrm. apt. near CCRB now to May. 741-
ROOMMATE FALL '95 2 bdrm., un-
believably great. Non-smkr. to share or have
your own rm. 741-9300.
food & entertain. I
TIOS SELLS TRINIDAD Habenero sauce.
Winner three years in a row as the best hot
sauce in North America. 333 E. Huron.
We Deliver! 761-6650.
SECRETARY NEEDED in an artistic
downtown studio w/ excellent managerial &
communication skills. Part-time w/ full-time
potential. Call 665-5988.
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. -Dnors will be paid $60 per ac-
ceptable specimens. For further information
please write APRL, P.O. Box 2674, Ann
Arbor, MI 48106.
SITTER FOR 2 CHILDREN. Thursday
afternoons. Good pay. 662-9796.
SUMMER MANAGEMENT positions- Ar-
thur Victor painting, Inc. is searching for am-
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GIVE THE GIFT of life. Be an egg donor or
maternal surrogate for a childless couple. Ex-
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BE A PHONATHON CALLER
The School of Education is now interviewing candidates by phone for our
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