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$500/WEEK
SUMMER INTERNSHIPS
PLACING ALL MAJORS
CALL 971-1133.
**ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS. Look-
inp for responsible, goal-oriented people to
joun our team. Line cooks and prep cooks.
i imum 2 yr. experience. Positive attitude
uired. Raises based on merit. Waitstaff, 1
yr. experience w/ some alcohol service
preferred. Outgoing and enthusiasm required.
Excellent benefit available. Permanent
schedule. Apply in person. Mon.-Fri. be-
tween 2 and 4 p.m. Max & Erma's, 445
Eisenhower.
**CAFE IS NOW hiring responsible person
for part-time aftemoon cleaning position. $51
hr. to start in a great working environment.
Call Ann 663-3080.
**PEER ADVISOR, Academic Year '95-
96, Career Planning & Placement. Apply
.vw to use your work study award 10 hours/
Develop career and interpersonal com-
munication skills working with a professional
staff. Contact Donna Gray, Workstudy
A lications, 763-1363.
*CHILDCARE IN NORTHEAST A2 for
15 mo. old baby girl. Must be reliable, gentle,
and caring. Mon., Tues., Wed. afternoon to
early eve If interested in any of these days,
call 668-1730 (office).
A.M. SNOWPLOW & LAWN CARE
service. Self-motivated, quality conscious,
leader for lawn care. Good pay, excellent
benefits, health, profit-sharing. Opportunity
dvancement. 973-0930.
CRUISE SHIPS HIRING! Earn big $+
free world travel (Caribbean, Europe, Hawaii,
etc.) Summer/permanent, no exp. nec. Guide.
919/929-4398 ext. C 1014.
ABSOLUTELY PERFECT hours. Want to
work full or part-time in a fun, casual
atmosphere? Put some extra money in your
pocket. Make phone calls & no selling
involved. Call Kristin @ 665-5742.
ABSOLUTELY NO SELLING involved.
Earn $6 to $9.50/hr. Health benefit avail. No
computer experience required. Paid training.
Call 994-4199 for tape info.
0rIVISTS WANTED for social change &
ironmental justice. Canvass for
Greenpeace. Call Chuck at 761-1996.
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COUNSELORS, COACHES: Outstanding
Maine girls camp has summer opportunities
for mature Counselors and Coaches:
TENNIS, SOCCER, SOFTBALL,
VOLLEYBALL, BASKETBALL, P.E.
MAJORS, GYMNASTICS, LIFEGUARDS,
WSI, WATERSKIING, SAILING,
CANOEING, PIONEERING, ROPES,
PIANO ACCOMPANIAST, RN's AND
VIDEO. Accent is on fun and quality
instruction. High salary plus travel
allowance. Send resume to Camp Pinecliffe,
277 South Cassingham Road, Columbus, OH
43209.
COUNSELORS: CAMP WAYNE, co-ed
camp, Pennsylvania. 6122-8/2095. Have the
most memorable summer of your lifel
Coaches, teachers and college age students
needed to teach at specialty areas. Many
other jobs available. ON CAMPUS
INTERVIEWS: April 17th. For more info
call 1-800/279-3019.
CRUISE SHIPS HIRING - Earn up to
$2,000+/month. World travel. Seasonal &
full-time positions. No exp. necessary. For
info. call 1-206/634-0468 ext. C55986.
DAY CARE PERSON wanted for 6 mo. old
girl. Flexible hours, experience needed. Own
trans., 994-3361.
EVENING RECETIONIST needed at the
Ann Arbor Women's City Club - who is
pleasant, perky & willing to help.
Call 662-3279.
FREE FINANCIAL AID! Over $6 billion in
private sector grants & scholarships is now
available. All students are eligible regardless
of grades, income, or parent's income. Let us
help. Call Student Financial Services: 1-800/
263-6495 ext. F55986.
GREAT SUMMER WORK!
Macomb/Oakland counties.
Paint at $6-7/hr. Call Frank 764-9794.
HEALTHY MEN/WOMEN ages 20-55,
approx. 170 lbs. or less, normal vision/hear-
ing (or contacts). Must be avail. 8-11 a.m.
either April 14, 21, or 27th. for PET study of
brain blood flow. Total time w/ prescreening
approx. 5 hrs. Compensation over $100.
Leave name/number clearly @ 764-9275.
HELP WANTED Part-time kitchen help
needed, daily shifts at 4 p.m. - 11 p.m. Mon.-
Sat. Perfect for students. Must be able to
work during Summer Break. Apply in
person, Bandito's Mexican Restaurant. 216
S. Fourth Ave.
INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYMENT -
Eam up to $25-$45/hour teaching basic con-
versational English in Japan, Taiwan, or S.
Korea. No teaching background or Asian lan-
guages required. For info. call: 206/632-1146
ext. J55987.
JURORS NEEDED for mock trials at the
Law School. Sexual Harrassment trials,
March 28, 30 & April 4, 5 & 6. 8 a.m.-noon.
Call 763-5001.
MODELS- PRINT, trade, T.V., Associated
Models 810/788-8760.
OFFICE ASSISTANT. 20 hrs. Apr.-May &
Aug. 40 hrs. June-July. Incl. some lifting of
boxes. $6-9/hr. depending on qualifications.
Call Jody Gray 764-5454.
OFFICE PERSON NEEDED. Mac skill,
underclassman preferred. Call 761-7204.
PAID INTERNSHIP-Work for the 2nd
largest programming organization at U-M.
Gain valuable experience in programming
and Jewish communal service. This is a full-
time 8 month position. Call Shani at 769-
0500 for more info.
PART-TIME HELP Retail. Need to be able
to work through Aug. '95. In Flight, 215 S.
State. Apply in person.
PART/FULL-TIME college students.
$10.25. Entry level. International
corporation. Interview now. 971-6122.
PROGRAM DIRECTOR: Child care center
needs program director. Minimum qualifica-
tions- 60 semester hrs. at an accredited univ.
and completed at least 12 semester hrs. in
child development. Position to begin in May.
Call 429-3034.
RESORT JOBS - Earn to $12/hr. + tips.
Theme Parks, Hotels, Spas, + more. Tropical
& Mountain destinations. Call 1-206/632-
0150 ext. R55981.
RESORT ON MACKINAC hiring front
desk, bellman, waitstaff, kitchen,
maintenance, security. Please call 616/526-
3941. For an application or send resume to
Stonecliffe Resorte, P.O. Box 338 Mackinac
Island, 49757.
SALES NEED AMBITIOUS individuals to
train at the management positions an expan-
ding environment co. Attitude a must. No ex-
perience necessary. 668-0896.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for an es-
tablished infertility clinic. Male students or
graduates 20-40 yrs. old are sought. Donors
are paid $60 per acceptable donation. Write,
APRL, P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
48106.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED, Rh negative.
For this blood type, $120 is paid per accept-
able donation. Write APRL,P .O. Box 2674,
Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
STAYING IN ANN ARBOR over the sum-

mer and looking for part-time work? Ann Ar-
bor Community Rec. & Ed. is searching for a
few good people to umpire youth baseball &
softball starting the 3rd week of June. The
pay is $14.00 to $21.00 per game and it's lots
of fun! For more info call 994-2300 ext. 214.
STUCCHPS IS HIRING at the State Street
location! Apply within.
STUDENT VOLUNTEERS needed for
summer and/or fall to perform telephone
counseling (76-GUIDE/SOS Community
Crisis Center). Information meeting April 4,
6:30-8:00 p.m., Room 3100 Michigan Union.
For more information, call U-M Counseling
and Psychological Services, 764-8312.
STUDENT WORKS PAINTING now
hiring for full-time summer positions in the
Ann Arbor area. Starting pay $6-7/hr. Ask for
Matt at 741-5287. No exp. nec.
SUBJECTS NEEDED for cognitive
psychology, reaction time experiment, male,
right-handed, native English speaker, normal
vision and hearing. Pay $5.50/hr. or by
experiment. Call 936-2056.
SUBWAY - CLOSE to North Campus.
Lunch/dinner shifts. Part/full-time. 1701
Plymouth Rd. Next to Video Watch.
SUMMER HELP NEEDED. Outdoor work
& working with school groups on field trips
to farm. 30-40 hrs./wk. Spring Valley Trout
Farm. 426-4772.
SUMMER JOBS
TENNIS AND WATERFRONT
Premiere New England Brother/Sister Camps
located in Western Massachusetts seek:
Tennis Staff: Counselors/Coaches sought to

TENNIS COUNSELORS needed for out-
standing Maine camps! CAMP TAKAJO for
boys and CAMP VEGA for girls seek
qualified tennis instructors to teach tennis
and live in a bunk with campers. Each camp
located on magnificent lakefront setting with
exceptional facilities. We're looking for col-
lege level players and good former high
school players. Teaching experience a plus,
but not a must. TAKAJO has 17 tennis courts
(6 with lights). VEGA has 10 tennis courts (4
with lights). MEN - CAMP TAKAJO, 525
East 72nd Street, 25th Floor, New York, NY
10021,1-800/409-CAMP. WOMEN - CAMP
VEGA, P.O. Box 1771, Duxbury, MA
02332, 1-800/838-VEGA. WE WILL BE ON
CAMPUS Monday & Tuesday, March 27 &
28, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., in the Michigan
Union, Rooms 1209 & Crowfoot. WALK-
INS WELCOME.
THE BEST JOB YOU WILL FIND!
We are seeking highly motivated achievers to
help us publish the Fall 1995:
Michigan Directory & Campus Coupons
Book. We offer a unique opportunity to:
Gain outstanding sales, marketing, and
advertising experience; Develop
organizational and management skills
essential for any future career; Earn
substantial performance-based compensation.
For more information contact us @:
MICHIGAN DIRECTORIES, INC., P.O.
BOX 3857, ANN ARBOR, MI 48106, 313/
994-7990.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY is looking for
people to develop an on-line Daily. If you
have have experience with HTML coding
web and macintosh, please send e-mail to
Daily.online@umich.edu or call 764-0563
and ask for Evan or Jonathan.
TOP GYMNASTICS PROGRAM
Gymnastics jobs - Camp Vega for girls in
Mayne - Top salary, room/board/laundry,
clothing/travel allowance. Women or men
with good gymnastics background can teach
children beginning and advanced vaulting,
floor exercise, uneven parallel bars, balance
beam. Call or write Camp Vega, P.O. Box
1771, Duxbury, MA 02332. 800/838-VEGA.
We will be on campus, March 27 & 28, Mon.
& Tues., Michigan Union Crowfoot Room,
Room 1209. Interviews from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
No appointment necessary.
UNIVERSITY LIBRARY IS seeking 1-2
students to work at our Engineering Library's
Circulation Desk for the following hours:
Mon., Tues., Thurs., and Fri. 7-10 p.m.; Wed.
7 .m.-2a.m.; Sat. 1-4p.m. Duties include
charging and discharging library materials
and assisting patrons. Please apply atlibrary
Human Resources, 404 Hatcher North. Other
positions also available. EOE.

COLORADO--CHEAP!! One way non-stop
to Denver on May 1. Call Mike, 747-9149.
DALLAS ROUND-TRIP airplane ticket for
female. May 6-13 $235. Kim @ 665-9415.
LOVELY SPRING GETA WAY. Romantic
log cabins on lake. $49-$69 nightly. Incl. hot
tub, boats, canoes, more. Traverse City area.
616/276-9502.
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LOW FARES TO EUROPE * ASIA *
AUSTRALIA * AFRICA * SOUTH
AMERICA
Call STAMOS TRAVEL in Kerrytown,
downtown Ann Arbor, 407 N. Fifth Ave.,
Ann Arbor, MI at 663-4400. Special U-M
line 663-5500.
LOW FARES! London - $399, Paris - $528,
Frankfurt - $504, Japan - $790, Korea - $750,
Bangkok - $887, Singapore - $982. Regency
Travel 209 S. State St. 665-6122.
SAVE HUNDREDS on international air
fares! Details 303/271-3494.
STUDENT TRAVEL CLUB!! $75 off first
ticket purchase! $99 Worldwide Airfares.
Discounted Europellntemat'l Fares. Youth
Hostel Guide, and more. Join today!! 919/
929-4398 ext. T1014.
STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
Continental $159 or $239. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Kelly at
Regency Travel, 209 S. State, 665-6122.
HERB DAVID GUITAR Studio 302 E.
Liberty, 665-8001. Lessons lessons lessons.
Repair repair repair. Not just guitar.
annoucme
DRINKING TOO MUCH? DrinkWise -
Healthy choices for people who drink.
Moderation or abstinence - you decide. A
service of U-M Med. Center. 747-9473.
ERIC'S SPORTS: Team uniforms and shoes
for all indoor sports. 2 blocks off State Street.
Call 663-6771.
JURORS NEEDED for mock trials at the
Law School: April 3, 5, 6, 12 & 13. Sign up
for 1 or more! Call: 763-4319.

WRITING, RADIO, MEDIA Relations In-
ternships Available for University of
Michigan students. Minimum 10 hour per
week commitment required. Interns receive
$5 per hour; academic credit also available.
Application deadline 5 p.m. Monday, April 3.
For job descriptions and requirements, con-
tact Kathleen Conrad, 764-7260 or check
posting at CPP.
tickets & travel

The case against Ervin Dewain Mitchell Jr.
Mitchell faces charges on four sexual assaults that occured
between September 1992 and May 1994 on Ann Arbor's west
side. The attacks have all been linked to a single assailant
through DNA evidence left at each crime scene.
rapes and/or assaults 2
Mitchell is also suspected
of, but not charged with
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Mitchell is charged with:
1' Sept. 28, 1992: Raping a 47-year-old woman who was walking through,
Eberwhite Woods, south of Liberty Street, at 8 a.m. The woman was
jumped from behind by a man who repeatedly bludgeoned her with his fists.
2 Oct. 2,1993: Raping a 23-year-old University student who was walking
to her apartment along the 400 block of Longshore Drive near Argo Park
near 10:30 p.m.
3 Nov. 2, 1993: Raping a 40-year-old woman as she was returning to her
apartment in the 800 block of Miller Avenue from a shopping trip about
1:45 a.m. As she entered her apartment, she was knocked to the floor and
sexually assaulted.
4 May 7, 1994: Raping and killing 32-year-old Christine Gailbreath along
a wooded path behind Ann Arbor's main U.S. post office on West
Stadium Boulevard, as she was returning home from a nearby drugstore in
the afternoon. The cause of death is listed as "Blunt impact to head with
injuries of brain: manual strangulation.
Dec. 24, 1994: Assaulting and robbing a woman in the 1800 block of
Dexter Avenue. This incident ultimately led to Mitchell's arrest when a
taxi driver identified him as matching the suspect's description.
ANDREW TAYLOR/Daily

ALASKA SUMMER JOBS - Very High
Earnings Potential with over 8,000 openings!
Students work on fishing vessels and in on-
shore canneries. No exp. necessary. Male/
Female. Room/Board & Transportation often
free. Call Student Employment Services for
Directory. 206/545-4155 ext. A55983.
ANN ARBOR PRIVATE school looking for
enthusiastic, dependable, sincere, full-time
fall kindergarten teacher. Toddler teacher
1ed. Exp. required. 769-0944 or 663-
ANN ARBOR COMMUNITY Rec. & ED is
searching for a few good people to umpire
youth field hockey in spring & fall.'The pay
is $14.00 per game and its lots of fun! For
more information call 994-2300 ext. 214.
ARTIST MODEL male -part-te.
$8/hour. Call Jack 996-2715.
ASSISTANT TO psychiatrist to do
bookkeeping, filing & miscellaneous tasks.
Must be very organized, self-starting. Ac-
counting and PC experience a plus. $6.50/hr.
9191.
ST. MANAGER position avail. immed.
We are looking for self-motivated, depend-
able person. Good benefits and growth
opportunity. Please call 973-2212.
CLASS F ED
ATTENTION: Michigan Union Food Ser-
vice now hiring for Spring term. Experienced
waitstaff, host and dishwasher. Flexible
schedules, free meal and a wonderful work-
jatmosphere - Friendly, smiling faces need
y a1y. Rrm. 1310, Michigan Union.
BABYS TER NEEDED for summer, part-
dmw w/ flex. hrs. Babysit our 5 & 7 yr. old
h Birmingham. Must have car. Excel-
_.pay. 810/646-3438.
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,
C LIFORNIA. Contact: Michele Friedman,
Hewlett Drive, North Wookmere, N.Y.
1 81. 800/421-4321.
CAMP COUNSELORS needed for out-
standing Maine campst CAMP TAKAJO for
boys and CAMP VEGA for girls. Each lo-
cated on magnificent lakefront setting with
exceptional facilities. Over 100 positions at
each camp for heads and assistants in tennis,

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- to be 8-12 hours before he arrived
at the crime scene around 1:30 a.m.
on May 8.
Lankford questioned the method
in which the DNA evidence was gath-
ered and who had access to the samples
during the investigation. The defense
also hypothesized on alternative
causes of death, including injuries
sustained during a 1987 traffic acci-
dent Gailbreath was involved in. The
defense also challenged the medical
examiner's prior experience in col-
lecting DNA evidence for possible
sexual assault cases.
The second rape victim testified
as to the details of her assault. The
woman said she typically took morn-
ing walks along trails in Eberwhite
Woods, where she was raped on Sept.
28, 1992.
Her husband testified that when
she had not returned from her walk,
he went looking for her and ran into a
jogger, who he asked to be on the
lookout for his wife. The jogger later
notified the man and the police that
she had found his wife in the woods.
"I could see that she was in a fetal
position lying on the ground," the
jogger testified. "It was clear to me
something was wrong. She didn't say
anything but groaned.
"She had no pants or underpants,"
she testified. "When I got to her, I
screamed, 'She's been raped!' (Herhead)
was covered with blood. I was very
disturbed by what I saw. I freaked out."
Jorge Rodriguez, the University
Hospitals physician who treated the
second victim when she was admit-
ted, testified that "there was abra-
sions near the vagina and some scrapes
near the thighs. She had multiple loose

teeth (due to being struck in the face)."
The woman testified it had been at
least a week before she was raped that
she last had intercourse. The victim
said she does not recall the events
between when she was admitted and
lost consciousness at the hospital and
awoke four days later.
The third rape victim testified she
was returning by cab from buying
cups and vodka, some of which she
drank, when she lost consciousness
as she put the key in her apartment
lock. She said she woke up to find a
masked man of undetermined race
with broad shoulders raping her in her
living room. Under defense question-
ing, she said Mitchell's shoulders met
her definition of "broad."
She said she blacked out and was
awakened by the sound of her friend
ringing the doorbell at9a.m. laterthat
morning. The friend soon called an
ambulance that took the victim to
University Hospitals where DNA evi-
dence was collected.
The woman was asked by
Lankford if her videocassette recorder
- an item police were looking for
when they searched Mitchell's resi-
dences- was missing from her apart-
ment. She could not positively say
when she first noticed it was missing,
but she testified it might have been
stolen following the rape.
When cross-examined by
Mitchell's attorney, the second and
the third rape victims provided little
details as to the description of the
assailant.
The examination will continue
today beginning 9 a.m. with expected
testimony from the other rape victims
and more expert witnesses including
Ann Arbor police officers and medi-
cal personnel.

3RD ROOMMATE NEEDED - Call 764-
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