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MAX & ERMA'S RESTAURANT now
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The Pulmonary/Critical Care Division of
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Reply to: Jnes H. Fisher, M.D., Way
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From Daily Wire Services
It's tough to be a foreign minister
of a country no one recognizes.
Shamsettin Yusuf, the self-de-
scribed foreign minister ofChechnya,
learned this lesson when he came to
Washington last week to seek recog-
nition and economic aid from the
Clinton administration. He won't get
either, because Clinton says Chechnya
belongs to Russia, and the war is an
internal Russian matter.
Apparently, Yusuf sees himself as a
latter-day Benjamin Franklin, who as
America's first envoy abroad persuaded
France to aid the American colonists in
their war against King George III.
"It's the same for the United States
when it was fighting England. Was
that an internal issue?" he asked.
Meanwhile, the battle for Grozny
is still going full force despite Rus-
sian hopes for an impending victory.
Artillery and automatic-weapons fire
boom and sputter through the area
that the Russians were supposed to
have taken days ago. But conquered
areas here do not stay conquered, and
victory lasts only until the next
Without outside intervention, the
Russians with their superior firepower
must ultimately win, but it is becom-
ing ever clearer that by the time they
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2 WORK STUDY STUDENTS needed to
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would include: dishwashing, media prep &
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will train right person. Contact Dave or Bill at
A SPECIAL GIFT- We're looking for heal-
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donation. All ethnic backgrounds
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A.M. SNOWPLOW SERVICE snowplow-
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ALASKA FISHERIES HIRING! Earn
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Ann Arbor Observer Part-Time Help
Circulation assistant needed for data entry,
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Our 64TH year! Camp Sequoia, located in
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SPORTS, CERAMICS, FIBER ARTS,
JEWELRY, WOODWORKING and
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14TH. For an appointment and an
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Feb. 9, 1995.
The Pulmonary Division of Wayne State
University School of Medicine is recruiting
for a research position at the level of
Investigator. Applicants should have a Ph.D.
degree in cell biology, biochemistry or
molecular biology. Previous research
experience in cloning, expression of
recombinant proteins and site directed
mutagenesis is required. Experience with
transgenic mice is desirable. Initial
participation in ongoing programs is
required. Support is available for
independent research depending on
Reply to: James H. Fisher, M.D., The Detroit
Medical Center, Harper Hospital, 3990 John
R., 3-Hudson, Detroit, MI 48201. A A/EOE.
REWARDING, EXCITING summer for
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Rh NEGATIVE semen donors are needed
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Write APRL, P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
Lunch & weekend shifts available at Law
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SECRETARY WANTED. Must be Macin-
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SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well es-
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SUMMER POSITIONS Student Sprinklers
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THE AMERICAN CANCER Society
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TRAVEL ABROAD AND WORK. Make
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WORK STUDY STUDENTS NEEDED
'hree laboratory assts. are needed for the
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methods and basic laboratory techniques.
Laboratory course work in chemistry or
biochemistry necessary to work in Protein
Structure Core. Computer experience useful.
If interested, please call Joan Cadreau at 747-
WORK STUDY POSITIONS avail. Posi-
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Perks include free tickets to all of our shows.
Still interested? Call Maureen at 764-0450
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actually take the last block of Grozny 2
they will be raising their flag over
little more than a pile of ashes.
In the area around the central Re-
publican Hospital, not a house is left
intact, not a pane of glass is to be seen.
High-rise apartmentbuildings have been
bombed beyond any hope of repair.
. In Washington, Yusuf's presence
has sent State Department officials into
a flurry of policy and protocol anxiety.
No one will meet with him officially as
foreign minister, department spokes-
woman Christine Shelly said. That
would give grave offense to Russia
and probably create a rupture with
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ou are thinking about adoption, please
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SPRING BREAK - Time to book your week
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Call Chris at ICP 1-800/828-7015.
STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
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WANTED: UP TO 6 tix for Indiana home
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ERIC'S SPORTS: Team uniforns and shoes
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MAKE UP TO $2,000 in one week!
Motivated student organization (fraternities,
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Call Larry 1-8008756-6662.
WANTED: APPLICANTS for Michigan
Honey Queen Pagent at MSU 3/10/05 ages
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Proposed amendments to the Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities will
be considered by student members of the University of Michigan's Judicial Board
during a public meeting, to be held:
6:00 p.m., in the Pendleton Room
2nd Floor of the Michigan Union
For further information and/or copies of the proposed amendments, please
contact the Office of the Judicial Advisor at 936-6308, room 6025 Fleming
ATENTION ENGLISH & history majors.