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Michigan Daily -Tuesday, April 4, 1995-- 7

Clinton attacks GOP's
proposed education cuts

A SUMMER RESIDENT counselor job on
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""energetic, multi-faceted counselors for 7
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COMPETITIVE ATHLETES excel in our
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COOKS AND DISHWASHERS. Sweet
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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.
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CANOEING, PIONEERING, ROPES,
IANO ACCOMPANIAST, RN's AND
IDEO. 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. 6/22-8/20/95. Have the
most memorable summer of your life!
Coaches, teachers and college age students
needed to teach at specialty areas. Many
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INTERVIEWS: April 17th. For more info
call 1-800/279-3019.
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CRUISE SHIPS HIRING - Earn up to
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fo. call 1-206/634-0468 ext. C55987.
uISHWASHER- Evenings, free meal. Walk
to work. $6.50 hr. Parfll-time. Apply at
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EARLY CHILDHOOD subs needed. Call
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ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN help
wanted. Work/study or temporary, flexible
hours. Chemistry Dept., 764-7370.
FREE FINANCIAL AID! Over $6 billion in
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Call Student Financial Services: 1-800/
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NEW BUSINESS in A2 area looking for
mature, reliable telemarketers. Exp. a plus but
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NOTE TAKERS WANTED for fall
Semester. Join Blue Notes, the leading note
taking service on campus. Eam up to $600
while attending your classes. Call us at 668-
7172.
Nutrition Resource Staff Specialist
Gordon Food Service has an opening in the
Nutritional Resource Center located in the
Grand Rapids, Michigan office.
The ideal candidate will be a Registered
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Dearbor, MI 48124.
PAINTERS NEEDED: $7.00 - $8/r. based
on experience. Part-time flexible hours now
with full-time possible in sp/su. Contact Joe
at 971-9426.
PHOTO LAB TECHNICIAN. Experienced
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and/or part-time, plus benefits. Contact Jeff
or Andrew 665-3686.
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STAYING IN ANN ARBOR over the sum-
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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
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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
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SUBJECTS NEEDED for cognitive
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right-handed, native English speaker, normal
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experiment. Call 936-2056.
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normal blood pressure needed for 12 week
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weekdays.
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SUMMER HELP NEEDED. Full-time cleri-
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SUMMER HELP NEEDED. Outdoor work,
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on field trips to farm. 3040hrs./wk. Spring
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SUMMER JOBS
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water-skiing, WSI, lifeguarding, sailing,
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SUMMER PAINTERS & foremen needed.
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SUMMER POSITIONS Student Sprinklers
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SWIMMING POOL ATTENDANTS - Per-
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beginning May 26. Send resume to Green
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TEACHER NEEDED FOR Pre-school.
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TEACHERS NEEDED for gymnastics,
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The Washington Post
JONESBORO, Ark. - President Clinton, recharging
his political energies in the rural counties where he began his
career, stepped up his attack on Republican-proposed cuts in
federal funding for education yesterday, saying they would
harm the economy's long-term growth.
"If we walk away from education, when the 21st century
depends on what we know and what we can learn, it will be
just as dangerous as it would have been for us to disarm in
the middle of the Cold War," Clinton said as he dedicated a
new library building at Arkansas State University at
Jonesboro.
"This is not rocket science. This is basic," he said.
The President made his remarks before the most support-
ive audience possible. As governor of Arkansas, Clinton
carried this Mississippi Delta region in a half-dozen elec-
tions - and helped fund the construction of the library he
was opening.
In a sense, his easy, off-the-cuff day on the Arkansas
State campus, where he spent hours mingling with old
friends and supporters, was just another form of relaxation
for the notoriously workaholic President.
But aides described the speech -- and Clinton's
entire long weekend in his home state - as a deliber-
ately restful prelude to a political counteroffensive the
President plans to begin after the House Republicans
complete the first 100 days of their congressional
agenda this week.
One theme Clinton plans to use in his effort to recapture
the political initiative is his oft-made argument that govern-
ment spending on education is an investment in the long-
term growth of the economy, and should not be lumped in
with government programs that merit cutbacks.
The Republican majority in the House has proposed
to abolish the Department of Education, which admin-
isters a variety of federal programs; to end the subsidy
that pays the interest on some college students' tuition
loans until they graduate; and to reduce funding for the
Head Start program, which prepares poor youngsters
for kindergarten.
But moderate Republican senators - and most of the
public - do not agree with the proposed cuts. In a Times
Mirror poll in December, for example, 84 percent said
federal aid to college students should be kept the same or
increased.
As he reminded his audience yesterday, Clinton has
sought to cut the federal budget deficit, too, only not as
deeply as the GOP.
Clinton appeared noticeably relaxed, a product of two
days of down-home politicking, two rounds of golf and the
mere fact of being back in Arkansas.
Clinton joined friends at a Mexican restaurant last night

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Alumni work here:
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The Washington Post
The Detroit Free Press
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Associated Press
United Press International
Scientific American Time
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USA Today
Because they
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feedback from current students. Free pizza &
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PASSOVER SEDER DINNER at Chabad.
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reservations, call 995-3276.

President Clinton hugs Arkansas State UniversityAPHOTO
basketball player Arthur Agee, one of the stars of the
movie "Hoop Dreams," yesterday.
to watch the University of Arkansas play UCLA in the
NCAA basketball finals.
Clinton has never lost his boyhood fealty to the Razor-
backs. He whooped and hollered advice at a large-screen
television set in a steakhouse during Arkansas' semifinal
game on Saturday, and repeated the performance yesterday.
Clinton also spent about 15 minutes shooting baskets
with Arthur Agee, the high-school basketball star from
Chicago whose career was chronicled in the much-praised
documentary film "Hoop Dreams."
Agee said Clinton had urged him to stay in school and
finish his degree, and he assured the president that he
planned to.

Asked what grade he would give the president's shooting,
Agee smiled broadly. "I'dgive him aB,B+," he said charitably.

Prosecutors present blood, hair
a evidence in Smpson case

2 SINGLES AVAILABLE in house across
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Blood stains at
Simpson house are
analyzed during trial
Los Angeles Times
LOS ANGELES - More than 10
weeks after delivering their opening
statement to thejury, prosecutors in the
trial of O.J. Simpson yesterday began
the painstaking process of using blood,
hair and fiber samples to link Simpson
to the murders of his ex-wife and her
friend.
They began that phase of their case
with a methodical look at the blood
leading away from the two victims and
at the series of stains running from
Simpson's Ford Bronco to his front
door-the drops thatprosecutors have
described as a literal trail of blood
linking Simpson to the crimes.
In describing evidence found at the
crime scene, Los Angeles Police De-
partment criminologist Dennis Fung
said shoeprints and blood drops sug-
gested that the assailant, who authori-
ties contend was wounded in the at-
tack, walked rather than ran from the
victims and toward a back alley.
Thnousands
flee island
after volcano
eruption
LISBON, Portugal (AP) - A vol-
cano erupted in the Cape Verde islands
off Africa's west coastyesterday, spew-
ing fire and smoke and sending thou-
sands of villagers fleeing a thick blan-
ket of lava.
The volcano on the island of Fogo
began spewing flames and lava at about
1 a.m., former Prime Minister Pedro
Pires told TSF radio in Lisbon, Portu-
gal. The 10-island nation is 240 miles
west of Senegal in the Atlantic

Simpson hadtwo cuts on the middle
finger of his left hand when he was
questioned by police on the day after
the killings. He has pleaded not guilty
totheJune 12murders ofNicoleBrown
Simpson and Ronald Goldman.
Under questioning from Deputy
District Attorney HankGoldberg, Fung
identified the most hotly contested
single piece of evidence in the case -
the bloody glove found on the grounds
of Simpson's estate that prosecutors
say links Simpson to the murders and
that defense lawyers say was planted
by a police officer they accuse of being
a racist.
The debut of the crucial phase of
the prosecution case came just after the
two sides squared off outside the jury's
presence regarding the limits of cross-
examination ofoneofthegovernment's
upcoming witnesses, Deputy Medical
Examiner Irwin Golden.
Golden performed the autopsies on
the two victims, but defense attorney
Robert Shapiro appeared to get the
better of him during the preliminary
hearing.
Since then, Golden has issued a

number of addenda to his original au-
topsy findings. Those records remain
sealed.
As they prepare to question Golden
in front of the jury, defense lawyers say
they want to ask him about mistakes in
prior cases, about his gun collection
and about an incident in which he al-
legedly joked about wanting to kill
lawyers.
Prosecutors filed a motion under
seal seeking to limit that type of ques-
tioning about Golden.
While Golden's comments, which
have been widely reported in the past,
formed one disputed area of potential
questioning, another focused on the
deputy medical examiner's mistakes in
twopastcases, both involving his analy-
sis of gunshot wounds. Although Dis-
trict Attorney Brian Kelberg argued
that the cases were too old and the
circumstances too unrelated to the
Simpson case to be relevant, defense
attorneys said jurors were entitled to
hear about them.
Superior Court Judge Lance A. Ito
did not immediately rule on the Golden
dispute.

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