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After 3 months,
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$250/rm. + elec. 747-6134.
NEAR CCRB 2 rooms avail. May. Fully
furi. 502 Elm. Very clean, free Idry. Call
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NOW IS THE TIME
Furnished campus are apartments available
beginning May 5, 1995 through August 18 at
special discounted rates. Many great features!
Call us for more information:
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995-9200
Equal Housing Opportunity
ROOM FOR RENT avail. May-Aug. Prkg.,
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ROOMS AVAIL. FOR spr./sum. terms.
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*Washtenaw. Call Bryan 913-0970.
SPACE AVAILABLE in 2 bdm. apt. May-
Aug. A must see w/ laundry, hardwood
floors, big living room. $235/neg. Pets OK.
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SPACIOUS 1 BDRM. avail.. spr./sum. 1.5
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STUDIO SUBLET Available May 15 - Aug.
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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.
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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-
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Application deadline has been
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call Dennis Ondreyka, 764-8165
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& 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.
SALAD DAYS: Looking for energetic,
hardworking help. Full-time, part-time
delivery. Apply: comer of State & William.
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,
APRL, P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
48106.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED, Rh negative.
For this blood type, $120 is paid per accet
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STUDENT VOLUNTEERS needed for
summer and/or fall to perform telephone
counseling (76-GUIDE/SOS Community
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6:30-8:00 p.m., Room 3100 Michigan Union.
For more information, call U-M Counseling
and Psychological Services, 764-8312.
SUBJECTS NEEDED for cognitive
psychology, reaction time experiment, male,
right-handed, native English speaker, normal
vision and hearing. Pay $550/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. Full-time cleri-
cal & data entry positions avail. for May &
June at small photography company. Day,
night, & weekend shifts avail. Call 677-3400.
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TENNIS AND WATERFRONT
Premiere New England Brother/Sister Camps
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perience running your own business and earn
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TEACHER NEEDED FOR Pre-school.
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through Sept. 1. $6-8/hr. 996-4847.
TEACHERS NEEDED for gymnastics,
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By Tim O'Connell
Daily Staff Reporter
As the 104th U.S. Congress ends
its third month of legislation today,
Republicans and Democrats alike will
assess the progress of the GOP's "Con-
tract With America." Republicans
have pressed to introduce debate on
the 10 points of the contract.
Despite the defeat of the contract's
Balanced Budget Amendment pro-
posal in the Senate and term limits in
the House, the GOP hopes that the
new, Republican-dominated Congress
will pass most of the bills proposed by
the contract. The contract calls for
such proposals as Congressional term
limits - which failed Wednesday -
as well as welfare reform and capital
gains tax cuts.
LSA junior Mark Fletcher, presi-
dent of the campus College Republi-
cans, said, "It is a shame that the
Balanced Budget Amendment failed.
However, while the Republicans
would have preferred that this amend-
ment pass, they are going to do their
best to balance the budget without it."
Many students reject the Republi-
can agenda. More than 30 campus orga-
nizations have formed a "Coalition
Against the Contract on America." The
coalition held a protest rally and march
Wednesday afternoon.
"The CACOA march was an over-
whelming success," said Hays Ellisen,
a Law student and coalition orga-
nizer. "Student activism is alive on
the campus.".
Fletcher disagreed. "This (protest)
was organized by the Democratic
Party, and its college affiliates na-
tionally. I consider the protest a fail-
ure for I do not feel it changed any
student's opinion about the 'Contract
With America,"' he said.

Ellisen maintains that the coali-
tion is not part of the Democratic
Party. "With 30 student groups in the
coalition, it is silly for anyone to think
we are Democratic lackeys."
Not all onlookers appreciated the
march Wednesday.
"I believe the American people
voted this government in; this is what
they want. These protesters are really
a loud minority. The liberals have run
this country for 40 years, and they
were voted out during a conservative
movement," said LSA sophomore
Eric Cedo, who witnessed the protest.
LSA seniorHarryBarnettdisagreed.
"I think (the Democrats) have got a
point on alotofissues.Just because you
were outvoted doesn't mean you should
change your opinion," he said.
Fletcher still supports the GOP.
"The Contract With America has been
one of the strongest agendas for
change ever developed. It was the
first time politicians signed a contract
with the people, encouraging the
people to throw them out of office if
they lied," he said yesterday.
Ellisen worries that the contract
misrepresents the electorate. "Only 5
percent of Americans said at exit polls
that the 'Contract On America' even
influenced their vote in the last elec-
tion," he said.
Student opinion varies on the new
Congress, and most is not as unwa-
vering as Fletcher and Ellisen's.
"Generally, I think I like the new
Congress," said LSA junior Bryan
Huffman. "I think a lot of the things
they're doing are right on the mark."
LSA sophomore Jay Shah does
not support the Republicans. "I would
say that a lot of the (GOP) measures
are not as beneficial as public opinion
seems to believe," he said.

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Continued from page 1
and were compared to DNA evidence
like semen left by the serial rapist.
"A five-probe match is extremely
uncommon between unrelated per-
sons, and a very strong evidence that
the samples found on (the murder
victim's) body and the known samples
from the defendant came from the
same source," Mattson said.
Dr. Steven Milligan of the Michi-
gan State Police Crime Lab in East
Lansing testified that there was a six-
probe match between DNA evidence in
a Sept. 28, 1992 rape occurring in
Eberwhite Woods on the city's west
side and genetic material from Mitchell.
"DNA is basically the blueprint of
all life," Milligan said. "For a six-
probe match to Ervin Mitchell's
known blood sample, in the Cauca-
sian population, you would see it one
time in 7.8 trillion individuals. In the

Black population, it would be one in
1 trillion."
Dr. Julie Howenstein, also from
the lab's DNA unit, testified that there
was a five-probe match between DNA
evidence from the Oct. 2, 1993 rape
ofaUniversity studentandMitchell's
DNA. She said the chance that the
semen came from a person other than
Mitchell was 1 in 8 million.
The same DNA testing used by
the prosecution to incriminate
Mitchell cleared him as a suspect in
six rape-murders occurring between
1989 and 1991 in Inkster, Mich.,
where he resided before moving to
Ann Arbor.
The court is considering postpon-
ing the trial for a Christmas Eve as-
sault and robbery, which ultimately
led to Mitchell's arrest, until after the
trial on the more serious rape and
murder charges. Police took DNA
samples from Mitchell after the Dec.
24 arrest.

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* editing- Dissertations, papers, applications,
transcription. 662-8977.
RESUME CREATION
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