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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, March 22, 1995 - 7

Limo driver says
Bronco was not at
Simpson residence

NOW IS THE TIME
Furnished campus are apartments available
beginning May 5, 1995 through August 18 at
spal discounted rates. Many great features!
us for more information:
Wilson White Company, Inc.
995-9200
Equal Housing 2 portunity
'RO rFOR RENT avail. May-Au Prkg.,
laundry, rent neg. Call Kelly 913.479.
ROOMS AVAIL. FOR spr./sum. terms.
Affordable, neg. Triangle Fraterity, 1501
Washtenaw. Call Bryan 913-0970.
SPACE AVAILABLE in 2 bdrm. apt. May-
Aug. A must see w/ laundry, hardwood
floors, big living room. $235/neg. Pets OK.
Hill/S. Forest. 662-3307.
SPACIOUS 1 BDRM. avail. spr./sum. 1.5
blk. to B/Law school. Prkg., Idry., H20 incl.
$300/mo. Room for 2.996-2647.
: RSUM. SUB. 3 bdrms. in Greenwood
We. Great locationt 769-8276.
SUBLET - WE HELP OUR residents sublet
for Spring/Summer. Contact Prime at 610
Church or call 761-8000.
SUBLET AVAIL. May - Aug. Ldy., prkg.,
1133 S. Forest. $150/mo. Lve. msg. 930-
6436.
SUBLET MAY 1ST-Aug. 31st. 1 bdrm. apt.
Few blocks from diag. Rent neg. Call Maria
@810/651-2159.
SUMMER SUBLETS
Let us help you. No charges.
VARSITY MANAGEMENT
668.1100
ULTIMATE SUMMER SUBLET! Swim-
ming pool, A/C, ceiling fan, balcony. 3
bdrms., 4 people, dining room, living rm.,
disposal, covered parking. May 1 - Aug. 18.
$ neg. 913-4616.
services
s
GUARANTEED grants for students $$
'0o GPA/financial requirements. For more
info 310/276-1807.
* SANDI'S WORD PRO: Resumes. Leuers.
Papers. Theses. Law. Editing. Tapes. Fax.
Rush. U-M $ Discount. 426-5217.
CASH FOR COLLEGE. 900,000 grants
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We carry:
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" Camera Accessories
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EJS WORD PROCESSING SERVICE.
sumes, papers, dictation, and typing.
ease call Beth at 973-7220.
KATHY'S WORD PROCESSING * typing
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**PEER ADVISOR, Academic Year '95- INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYMENT -
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*CHILDCARE IN NORTHEAST A2 for
15 mo. old baby girl. Must be reliable, gentle,
and caring. Mo., Tues., Wed. afternoon to
early eve. If interested in any of these days,
call 668-1730 (office).
A GREAT FULL-TIME Sprin/Summer
Job! The nation's fastest growing legal
marketing firm needs energetic, dependable,
hardworking, mature people to help sell our
product. $6 per hour plus $250 per sale! Call
Margaret at 1-800/231-6767.
A.M. SNOWPLOW & LAWN CARE
service. Self-motivated, quality conscious,
leader for lawn care. Good pay, excellent
benefits, health, profit-sharing. Opportunity
for advancement. 973-0930.
AA CRUISE SHIPS HIRING! Earn big $+
free world travel (Caribbean, Europe, Hawaii,
etc.) Summerpermanent, 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 Krisin @ 665-5742.
ABSOLUTELY NO SELLING involved.
Earn $6 to $9.50/hr. Health benefit avail. No
computer experience required. Paid training.
Call 9944199 for tape info.
ACTIVISTS WANTED for social change &
environmental justice. Canvass for
Greenpeace. Call Chuck at 761-1996.
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 Emloyent Services for
Directory. 206/545-4155 ext. A55983.
ANN ARBOR PRIVATE school looking for
enthusiastic, dependable, sincere, full-time
fall kindergarten teacher. Toddler teacher
immed. Exp. required. 769-0944 or 663-
2126.
Are you still searching
HIGH & Low for that
"perfect" job?
Let us help you find one.
0
e
The Michigan Daily
Classified Sales
Department is currently
looking for fun, energetic,
creative, industrious
students to fill the position
of CLASSIFIED ACCOUNT
EXECUTIVE for Fall/Winter
term,
Applications and interview sign-
up are available at 420
Maynard, Student Publications
Bldg., 2nd floor. Deadline is Fri..
March 31 st, 5p.m.
Questions? Just call 764-0557.
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! or
more information call 994-2300 ext. 214.
ARTIST MODEL - male-part-time.
$8/hiour. 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.
662-9191.
ASSISTANT MANAGER wanted. Flexible
hrs. A inperson at Fox Village Theater,
375 ?{f.Mapl, Ann Arbor, MI 48103.
ATENTION: Michigan Union Food Ser-
vice now hiring for Spring term. Experienced
waitstaff, host and dishwasher. Flexible
schedules, free meal and a wonderful work-
ing atmosphere - Friendly, smiling faces need
only appl R. 1310, Michigan Union.
Attn.: Dala.
BABYSIT'ER NEEDED for summer, part-
time w/ flex. hrs. Babysit our 5 & 7 yr. old
girls in Birmingham. Must have car. Excel-
lent 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 Cam puses at
MASSACHUSETTS, PENNSYLVANIA,
CALIFORNIA. Contact: Michele Friedman,
947 Hewlett Drive, North Wookmere, N.Y.
11581. 800/421-4321.
CELL & MOLECULAR Biology lab needs
work study students to assist in animal care,
reagent preparation, & secretarial duties.
Contact Dr. DEB Gumucio 747-0171.
CHILD CARE
Temporary morning position (4-6 weeks) in
school-age child care. 7-9 a.m. Call Diane
665-2055-.
COED CHILDREN'S CAMP near
Pinckney now hiring summer staff. Health,
Lifeguard, Naturalist, & Counselor positions
available. 878-6628 for more info.
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 olus travel

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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
larest programming organization at U-M.
Gamn valuable experience in programmg
and Jewish cmmunal service. s
time 8 month position. Call Shani at 769-
0500 for mor info.
PART-TIME HELP Retail. Need to be able
to work through Aug. '95. In Flight, 215 .
State. Apply in person.
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 devel ent. Position to begin in May.
Call 429-3034. .
RESORT JOBS - Earn to $12/hr. + tips.
Theme Parks, Hotels, Spas, + more. Tropical
& Mountain destinations. Call 1-206632-
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.
SALAD DAYS: Looking for energetic,
hardworking help. Full-time, part-time
delivery. Apply: comer of State & William.
SALES NEED AMBITIOUS individuals to
train at the management positions an expan-
ding environment co. Attitude a must. No ex-
peience necessary. 668-0896.
SCOREKEEPERS IS NOW hiring waitstaff
floorstaff and cooks for spr./sum. Apply in
person at 310 Maynard 995-0581.
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,
AP1L, P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
48106.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED, Rh negative.
For this blood type, $12'is d 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.
STUDENT VOLUNTEERS needed for
summer and/or fall to perform telephone
counseling (76-GUIDE/SOS Community
Crisis Center). Information meeting A 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. ne.
SUBWAY - CLOSE to North Campus.
Lunch/dinner shifts. Part/full-time. 1701
Plymouth Rd. Next to Video Watch.
CHARLES ROSS
SUMMER RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP
FOR UNDER-REPRESENTED
MINORITY UNDERGRADUATE
STUDENTS.
The Department of Pharmacology is accepting
applications for the 1995 Charles Ross Summer
Research Fellowship for Under-represented
Minority Undergraduate Students. Applicants
must be full-time students who have completed
at least two terms and maintained a 3.0 or better
grade-point average, and be willing to devote
three months to laboratory research. Support in-
cludes a $3.000 stipend, supervision by a fac-
ulty member, laboratory supplies and participa-
tion in laboratory discussions and departmental
seminars.
Application deadline has been
extended to April 15th.
For information,
call Dennis Ondreyka, 764-8165
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
instruct in top level tennis program. 29
courts, excellent salaries, room/board and
travel allowance.
Waterfront Staff: Instructors sought for
comprehensive Lake/Pool operation. Skill in
water-skiing, WSI, lifeguarding, sailing,
canoe/kayak and windsurfing.
Men Contact: Camp Ma-Kee-Nac, 190
Linden Avenue, Glen Ridge, NJ 07028, 1-
800/753-9118.

Women Contact: Camp Danbee, 17
Westminster Drive, Montville, NJ 07045,
1-800/392-3752.
SUMMER JOBS. Day Care center. Part &
full-time. Call 668-0887.
SUMMER POSITIONS Student Sprinklers
now has openings in MI, OH, IN. Get real ex-
penence running your own business and earn
$10,000 plus. Must have own car. Call
immediately. 800/265-7691.
TEACHER NEEDED FOR Pre-school.
Full-time or part-time in the a.m. or p.m. Min.
through Sept. 1. $6-8/hr. 996-4847.
TEACHERS-Assistant Teachers needed for
child care center/preschool in Saline. Posi-
tions avail. mid-May. 429-3034.
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BOX 3857, ANN ARBOR. MI 48106, 313/

COLORADO--CHEAP!! One way non-stop
to Denver on May I. Call Mike, 747-9149.
DALLAS ROUND-TRIP airplane ticket for
female. May 6-13 $235. Kim @ 665-9415.

DO EUROPE
$229 anvtmel
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Also cheap fares worldwide
AIRHITCH 1-800/326-2009

LOVELY SPRING GETAWAY. Romantic
log cabins on lake. $49-$69 nightly. Incl. hot
tub, boats, canoes, more. Traverse City area.
616/276-9502.
LOW FARES TO EUROPE * ASIA*
AUSTRALIA * AFRICA * SOUTH
AMERICA
Call STAMOS TRAVEL in Kerrytown,
downtown Ann Arbor, 407 N. Fifth Ave.,
Ann Abor, 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 209S. 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 Europe/Intemat'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.

LOS ANGELES (AP)-No white
Ford Bronco was in sight when limo
driver Allan Park pulled up to O.J.
Simpson's estate at 10:22 p.m. on
June 12, 1994 - either in the drive-
way or on the street, the driver told
jurors yesterday.
The precise time, recalled by a
man whosejobperformancedepended
on his wristwatch, helped frame the
period in which prosecutors say
Simpson drove two miles to his ex-
wife's home, killed her and a friend,
returned to his estate, where he
dropped a glove, and cleaned up in
time for his scheduled limousine ride
to the airport.
With time and motive as key is-
sues, the prosecution also disclosed it
has a cellular phone record indicating
Simpson called the home of his ex-
wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, the af-
ternoon of June 12, before their
daughter's dance recital.
"We have a witness who observed
him on the cell phone angry, yelling,"
Deputy District Attorney Marcia
Clark told the judge and defense at-
torneys Monday outside the jury's
presence. A transcript of the bench
conference was released yesterday.
The phone call was mentioned for
the first time Monday during the tes-
timony of former Simpson houseguest
Brian "Kato" Kaelin, who left the
stand yesterday after five days of tense
prosecution questioning.
In his testimony, Kaelin said
Simpson never mentioned a phone
conversation with his ex-wife the
afternoon before the murders. Pros-
ecutors indicated the call, which
lasted four minutes, was made at
2:18 p.m. from the Riviera Country
Club, where Simpson played golf
and gin rummy with several buddies.
Clark indicated that a woman at the
country club who saw an angry
Simpson talking on the phone would
be called to testify.
It was the first time prosecutors
suggested Simpson had any contact

Simpson

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with his ex-wife, other than at the late
afternoon recital, on the day of her
death.
Defense attorney Robert Shapiro
did not deny Simpson spoke to his ex-
wife but suggested he could have been
calling about ticket and seating ar-
rangements for the recital.
Prosecutors contend Simpson was
so enraged at being snubbed by his
ex-wife and prevented from spending
time with his daughter at the recital
that he went home, set up an alibi
involving a trip to McDonald's with
Kaelin and drove in his Bronco to Ms.
Simpson's Brentwood condominium
to kill her. They believe Simpson was
surprised by the arrival of her friend
Ronald Goldman and slashed him to
death as well.
Simpson's lawyers assert he was at
home when the killings occurred. They
have said the Bronco was never moved
that night from its parking place along
the curb on the Rockingham Avenue
side of Simpson's estate. Defense wit-
ness Rosa Lopez testified outside the
presence of the jury that she saw the
Bronco parked on the street after 10
p.m.
But Park offered crucial testimony
about the spot on Rockingham where
the Bronco was supposedly parked,
explaining he found Simpson's estate
by the house number painted on the
curb and did not see any vehicle there
at 10:22 p.m.

ERIC'S SPORTS: Team uniforms and shoes
for all indoor sports. 2 blocks off State Street.
Call 663-6771.
An Invitation
to
an informational meeting about
Rhodes and Marshall
Scholarships
Wednesday, March 29
7:00 p.m.
Pendleton Room
Michigan Union
Information
Conversation
Refreshments
Hear from Rhodes and Marshall
candidates who have been
through the process. In addition,
there will be a presentation
aboutGoldwater Scholarships
(sophomores and juniors may
apply) and Churchill Scholarships
(seniors may apply) in math,
science, and engineering and
Truman Scholarships (juniors may
apply) for students interested in
careers in public service,
government, and politics.
JURORS NEEDED for mock trials at the
Law School: April 3, 5,6, 12 & 13. Sign up
for 1 or morel Call: 763-4319.
W food & enterin.

Dow Chemical not
liable in implant case

Be Prepared tor August
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* Learn to Write Effective Essays
" Devel Comprehensive
CAT Exam Strategies
MCAT Classes start:
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RESUME CREATION
Career counseling
CareerPath. 313/434-0376.
TYPING & WRITING
Resumes, cover letters, applications &
essays. Ann Arbor Typing 994-5515.
ENDY'S LIMOUSINE trips to Danny's
Ib, the club for ladies, Windsor. 19-yr. old
drinking age. Fri. & Sat. Free introductory
offer. 810/746-9663.
WRITE ON...Editing of theses, books,
journals, manuscripts, proposals,
coursepacks. 996-0566.

HOUSTON (AP) - A state dis-
trict judge decided yesterday to dis-
miss Dow Chemical Co. from a $5.2
million breast implant verdict, scor-
ing a critical victory for the half-
owner of Dow Corning Corp.
In a one-page letter to lawyers,
Judge Michael Schneider said he has
"disregarded" jurors' Feb. 15 finding
that Dow Chemical gave Dow Corn-
ing "substantial encouragement or
assistance" in marketing the implants
using inadequately tested materials.
Following a 10-week trial, Dow
Chemical only had been found liable
on that one issue of five the jury had
to consider.
"I think it vindicates the position that
my client took which was that Dow
Chemical was not a proper party in the
silicone implant litigation," said Richard
Josephson, attorney for Dow Chemical.
The initial verdict has been trou-
bling to both sides because on one
hand, jurors found no negligence or
implant defect, but on the other, they

found Dow Chemical should be made
liable because it provided assistance
in marketing a product that Dow Corn-
ing did not adequately test.
Schneider's decision now under-
cuts the hairline triumph trumpeted by
plaintiffs lawyers last month when ju-
rors found Dow Chemical liable for the
first time in breast implant litigation.
Dow Corning will now bear the
entire amount of the verdict won by
retired Bellville nurse Gladys Laas
and her husband.
"This confirms what we have been
saying all along - that Dow Chemical
did nothing wrong and caused no harm
to the plaintiffs," said John Scriven,
general counsel for Dow Chemical.
"There is no basis upon which to hold
us in the breast implant litigation."
The initial verdict has been con-
fusing for both parties on both sides
becausejurors did not find either-com-
pany negligent and found nothing for
El Paso cardiologist and co-plaintiff,
Jennifer Ladner.

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