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foolish about spending money ... they don't
think of women as deal-makers," Richards said.
Democratic voters are more inclined to
trust female Republican candidates than
male GOP candidates, according to a survey
conducted two years ago by the Republican
Network to Elect Women,.
Republican voters in the study, however,
not indicate a significant preference of
female over male GOP candidates. Whether
Republican or Democrat, female candidates
tend to win votes for trust and understanding.

"In general,(voters) view female candi-
dates as much more compassionate," said
Tom Shields of the Lansing-based Marketing
Resource Group, which often does campaign
ads for Republican candidates. Female candi-
dates "certainly are given the benefit of the
doubt on the trust issue. People's view of the
'slick politicians' tends to be male and not
female."
Views have changed enough to let women be
part of the gang, but not the leader of the pack,
Stabenow said.
"We've now accepted women as part of the
legislative process, but we have yet-to accept
women as top excecutive roles," Stabenow

NATION/WORLD
said-
Stbenow said her political career - from
local elected positions to a run in 1994 as both a
gub-rnatorial and lieutenant gubernatorial can-
didatp - has mirrored women's entrance into
therolitical arena. Today voters are looking for
wanren to be team players and raise sensitive
issuts in Congress, she said.
'It's very much a plus to be running as a
wok an for Congress," Stabenow said.
F epublicans are putting their female lawmak-
ers and candidates in the spotlight this fall,
courting a historically Democratic female voting
bl.oick. As more women embark on careers and
make independent strides in the political world,

The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, September 10, 1996-- 7

Republicans are expecting an influx of votes and
candidates for the GOP. Young mothers and
independent women such as Rep. Susan
Molinari (R-N.Y.) and Michigan Senate chal-
lenger Ronna Romney became the face of the
Republican Party at the convention in San Diego
last month.
"Women look at things differently than men,
and to have the female perspective represented is
always a good thing. That's not to say we should
go and encourage women to run just because
they're female," said State Republican chair
Betsy DeVos, who also runs her own business

Richards, who beat the odds years ago
with her popularity as governor of Texas,
said women voters - not just women candi-
dates - deserve credit for making the
female legislator more than just a token.
Groups such as Emily's List, an organization
that raises money for female candidates, have
helped to change the tone from a time 15 to
20 years ago when "women were not the first
to support other women," she said.
"Women really are there for other women.
They're far more supportive - we've gotten rid
of all that 'Queen Bee' stuff," Richards said.
- The Associated Press contributed
to this report.

and serves on
Committee.

the Republican National

KNEED DEPENDABLE person to help 2:30- SEEKING STUDENT to train and develop WORK IN THE GREAT OUTDOORS!
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579-1634.
NOW HARING PART-TIME office asst. for
. 1 tern no experience necessary great
rs & - super job for B-school students
R5-010.
OFFICE PERSON/PART-TIME Mac skills
a must. Knowledge of pagemaker desirable
761-7204.
P/T SE RETARY, must be Mac-intelligent.
Bookkeeping, filing, customer service,
inventory, & billing. Exp. req. Needs trans.
F1ex. hrs. 973-2948.

are needed at Student
Publications. We are looking
for students in good physical
condition for cleaning, lifting
and odd jobs. Students who
are enthusiastic, punctual
and flexible will receive top
consideration. Good working
conditions.
GOOD PAY!
Must be available 8:15 a.m.
to 12:15 p.m. at least two
days a week. Work Studies
welcome, but not required.
Apply now. For information,
call 704-0550 or stop by room
210A Student Publications,
420 Maynard Street.
PAID P11 INTERNSHIP FALL '96. SE
Michigan advertising agency is seeking
tive, energetic person interested in the
itempent of the entertainment industry.
Fuill/part-time PR/promotions position to ef-
fectively assist in research, develop, and im-
plement PR plans for major movie studios;
screening programs, publicity tours and spe-
cial events. Major in Comm., Adv., Mktg.,
Film, or PR preferred; must have car, basic
computer/t y g skills, flexible hours. Send
resume to PR Intern, P.O. Box 2002, Bloom-
field Hills, MI 48303. DEADLINE: Sept. 20.
PART TIME - FLEXIBLE HOURS.
Local wine distributor looking for wine
merchandiser. Hourly wage & miles need
own transportation Steve 930-6832.
1 T TIME POSITION research assistant.
owledge of windows, word processing,
sp dsheet, graphics and data mgmt. skills.
Bring resume to 3084 ISR. Work study
preferred.
PART-TIME GENERAL labor for contract
builder. Flex. hrs. Days. 663-5938.
PART-TIME FILE CLERK for Ann Arbor
law firm. Send fax/resume to Bamett & Rich.
415 Detroit, Ann Arbor, MI 48104. Fax 313/
769-1989.
PARTHENON RESTAURANT now hiring
eperienced waitstaff lunch & dinner full or
time. Also host or hostess. Apply in per-
only. 226 S. Main St.
POLITICAL CAMPAIGN position open:
Experienced, part-time staffer needed for ad-
ministrative duties. Call Bryan at 973-5882
for details.
PROFESSIONAL FEMALE ARTIST -
needs male/female couple to model for a
series of paintings. This is a nude gig. $36/hr.
Call Julie, 761-2324.
PROGRAMMER/ANALYST
VAX BASIC/VMS
ETHERNET
NETWORKING
Ann Arbor opening. PT/FT. Degree or
extensive relevant experience desirable and
be able to accept responsibility. Challenging
position with innovative and rapidly growing
medical billing company. Competitive wages
with excellent benefits. Send. your resume to
PMG, PO Box 1108, Ann Arbor, MI 48106-
1108 or FAX: 313.677.7407.
RECEPTIONIST for medical type office.
20-30 hrs./week. 313/971-8801.
SCOREKEEPERS- Ann Arbor's premiere
s bar has immediate opening for wait &
Oor staff-No experience necessary. For
position in fun atmosphere with flexible
hours submit applications to Eric at 310
Maynard,
SEE FREE MOVIES, theatre, and comedy.
Work at the U-Club. Eve. avail. only. Apply
rm. 1310 Michigan Union.

titlty caime. Mate students or grass. u-4
yrs. old are sought. Donors are paid $60 per
acceptable donation. Write APRL, P.O. Box
2674, Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
SHORT ORDER & prep cooks. Great pay
& working conditions. Free meals. Apply at
Old Town Tavern 122 W. Liberty.
SNMP DEVELOPER needed to design cus-
tom MIB and implement agent. C++/Java,
Win95. 5-10 hrs./wk. Send resume to
hr@xfer.com or fax 913-4205.
STUDENT MANAGERS WANTED to as-
sist operations at Top of the i on sixth floor of
ISR, 426 S. Thompson. Shifts avail. Mon.-
Fri. 7-9 a.m., 3-5 p.m. approximately.
Preference given to students in town for
Winter Break. Call Charlie at 764-8512
anytime except 12-1 p.m.
STUDENT STAFF needed for daily & event
operations. Very flexible 998-7236.
SUBJECT NEEDED for cognitive
psychology, reaction time experiment, right-
handed, native English speaker, normal
vision and hearing. Pay $5.50/hr. or by
experiment. Call 936-2056.
SUBSTITUTES needed for early childhood
center. Work according to your scheduld.-s
Fun job working with young children. Call1,
668-0887.
SUNDAY RECEPTIONIST. 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Answer phones & take messages. Study
while you work! 971-0990.
TEACHERS NEEDED for: Gymnastics,
Swim, Tennis, Basketball, Art, Dance and
Drama with Community Education &
Recreation. Weekday, evening & weekend
hours available. Clas es begin 921/96. Call
immediately: 994-300 ext. 233 or 288.
AAPS.
TELEPHONE INTERVIEWERS
NEEDED for public health research projects.
Office is located in downtown Ann Arbor.
Paid parking. Flexible scheduling. Evening
and weekend hours. 12 to 15 hours per week.
EOE. Apply at I.T.S., 209 E. Washington,
Second Floor, Ann Arbor.
THE ORIGINAL COTTAGE Inn now
hiring for cooks and waitstaff on central
campus. Please apply at 512 E. William.
TIOS NEEDS YOU! Counter help, part-
time. Will train. Good wages,aexcellent hours,
a nice place to work. Apply at 333 E. Huron
or call 761-6650.
TRAVEL ABROAD AND WORK - Make
up to $25-45/hr. teaching basic conversa-
tional English in Japan, Taiwan, or S. Korea.
No teaching background or Asian languages
required. For information call: 206/971-3570
ext. 355981.
TUTOR-ELEMENTARY ED. MAJORS,
would you like to work two hours a day twice
a week tutoring a NW A2 fourth grsder on
basic reading and math skills? If interested,
have a car and want $10/hr., give us a call
763-1091.
UMI is an established information. services
company with operations throughout the
world. The International Sales and Marketing
department is seeking to fill the position of
paid intern starting as soon as possible. The
individual should have a strong interest in the
international market, be very organized and
able to handle many projects at once, and be
willing to take ona wide range of tasks. 40
hours/week, Monday-Friday. A background
in business, knowledge of a foreign
language, and experience living or studying
abroad are also preferred.
All interested persons should send a cover
letter and resume to:
UMI
Attn: Paul A. Tucci
International Sales and Marketing
300 N. Zeeb Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48106
FLEX. HRS. All shifts. Crew & asst. mgrs.
Apply at YES Sandwich Cafe in the
Michigan Union.

nnn Amr rs Largma t awn care vo.
*25-40 hrs./wk.
*Mowing, fertilizaion, leaf removal
*Will Train
Crew Leader & Crew Member positions start
at $6.75-7.25/hr. Winter snow removal at
$12-14/hr. WISJ work around School
Schedule. Apply today at 719 W. Ellsworth
#8 (1 Block et of State St.) or call 663-
3343.
WORK STUDY position in Developmental
Endocriminology Lab. $7/hr. Contact Dr.
Denver 936-662:5
WORK STUDItg STUDENTS NEEDED for
lab jobs in deiratology. Medical school
campus $6.50 - $7.50/hr. e-mail
patk@umich.ea or call Pat @ 763-0355. We
provide free crfee.
WORK STUDT STUDENTS NEEDED for
4 laboratory assistants for the biomedical
research core. Must have some knowledge in
molecular biology methods & basic
laboratory tlchniques. Laboratory course
work in Chenwtry or Biochemistry necessary
to work in poiein structure core. Computer
experience useful. 3 office assistants are also
needed for dhe biomedical research core.
Must have bsic knowledge of IBM & Mac
systems & general office skills; data entry,
filing, copyixg & some finance. If interested
please call Niicole Brantley at 647-4776.
WORK-STJDY STUDENTS NEEDED)
Have fun wrnile you earn! Work-study stu-
dents needed in all areas of theatre; costumes,
props., lightiog, sound, paint, scenery, box
office, mktg financial and computers. Com-
petitive pay. flex. hrs., free theatre tix. Call
etsy 763-5213 or Mark 763-0950
(production_
WORK-SIUDY SURGERY research lab.
varied offie and lab tasks. $7.00/hr. 936-
2817. _
Y(XJNG ENTREPRENEURS
Looking for a business opportunity with low
capital inmrstment and high return potential?
If so, cn'aitact 764-4622. No phone
interviewets.
child care
8&5 YR., OLD FUN sister/brother team sear-
ching fora terrific sitter Mo. & Wed. 3:30-
10:00 pna. $8/hr. (extra hrs. possible) help w/
driving to activities, homework, meals,
laundry, baths & bedtime. Nice home and
family. lust have excellent ref. & own trans.
Comminment of at least 9 mos. 313/996-
3554.
AFTER, SCHOOL child care for 11 year old
in Ann Arbor home. Car for school pick up
needed. Mon., Wed., Fri. 3:30-5:30. N-smkr.
Referevires. 332-8702.
AFTER SCHOOL CARE- 2 boys, 11 & 7.
Must hyrve car. 763-5358 or 426-4017.
AFTEIRt SCHOOL SUPERVISION in our
home 1r 13 & 10 yr. olds. Drive to activities,
start sutqper, help w/ homework. Thurs. 3:30 -
6:30 aIr 7 p.m., additional hrs. possible. 663-
1888 car 996-2611.
AFTI SCHOOL childcare for 2 girls ages
7 & 12. Own car needed. Errands,
homework, some housekeeping. $6.50/r.
995-814.
AFTItRSCHOOL CHILDCARE seek dep.
exp.. 1person to care for one 10 yr. old child in
our 2 home. N-smkr. Own car req. 3:30-
7:00 p.m. 3 days/wk. Refs. req. Call 747-
BA YSITTER/DRIVER for Mon. & Wed.
3:34:30 & Sat. 8 A.M.-12:30 P.M. Call
Elarne @ 747-7333.
B nYSITTER needed for infant. 2-3 eves.
weeody and some daytime. Competitive pay.
N-lnkr. only. Call 971-1519.
BABYSITTER: weeknight/wk. 5:00 to
Mjinight. Own trans. 747-9056.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for fall semester.
2 children, North Campus. Tuesdays and
Thursdays, 4-8:30 p.m. and some other
ernings. Call Beth or Eric, 763-8496.
BABYSITTER-we need an occasional sitter
this year for our 3 NW A2 kids (beginning
wikh UM football Sats.). If you are
eperienced, have a car, don't smoke and
w:nt $7/hr., give us a call 763-1091.
B pBYSITTER WANTED for 2 kids ages 7
&,3. Weekend mornings. or weekday nights,
&-12 hrs./wk. Must have car. $6/hr. Call Rich
4 936-2122.
IAABYSITTER NEEDED for 2 girls - 8 &
10 yrs. old. Generous pay. Non-smoking.
'Own trans. Refs. Call 995-5666.

CHILDCARE AIDE Hours 9-11 M.Tu.Th.
$6/hr. 662-4812.
ENTHUSIASTIC PERSON for long-term,
P/Tcommitment for 3 kids. Flex. after-
noonhrs. Trans. & ref. req. 973-0825.
EXPERIENCED SITTER needed for 2 & 4
yr. olds. 6-8 hrs. evenings/wknds. Trans. &
ref. necessary. No allergies or fear of dog.
Call 747-9333 after 2 p.m.
NANNIES NEEDED exp. in childcare. Top
salary & benefits. F/T or P/T. A2 area. Nanny
Network 313/998-2500.
NANNY for 1 & 4 girls, 45 hrs., N.E. AA.
Non-smoker; own car. Lt. housekeeping.
Experience. 313/568-5412 (days); 741-9763
(nights).
PART-TIME CHILD CARE needed. Tues.
5:30p.m. - 8p.m. References required, ex-
perience preferred. 975-0434.
RESPONSIBLE, loving, energetic babysit-
ter needed to care for our 15 mo. old son.
Exp. pref./ref. req. 6-10 hrs./wk. I afternoon,
1 eve. Flex. days, times, 769-0568.
TEACHING ASSISTANTS for preschool
center near Ann Arbor. Need reliable car and
be able to lift up to 40 lbs. Fun and respon-
sible job, 6 to 15 hours per week. 665-5175.

AP PHOTO
Father of Bluegrass Music
Bill Monroe of Rosine, Ky., known as the Father of Bluegrass Music, died
yesterday in Nashville from complications of a stroke he suffered in April.
He is best known for the song, "Blue Moon of Kentucky."

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BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION for long
time local fan, need MSU-UM football
tickets. Call 677-6660 or page 201-2349.
FLY ANYWHERE SWA before Oct. 24.
Best offer. 996-1644, 763-7680x0819# days.
FOOTBALL TICKETS Full season, great
seats. 332-1273.
MI @ COLORADO-football
Ticketman.................303/430-1111
MI @ Colorado--football--MI @ Colorado
MICHIGAN FOOTBALL tickets for sale
615/662-3769. Ask for Ted.
ROMANTIC ESCAPE - Cozy log cabins,
$54-75 nightly, nc .hot tub, canoes, & more.
Traverse City. 616/276-9502.
SPRING BREAK reps. wanted Acapulco,
Nassau, Cancun. Call Dan at Regency Travel
665-6122. 209 S. State Street.
STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
Continental $159 or $239. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Linda at
Regency Travel, 209 S. State, 665-6122.
WANTED 2 good Season U of M tix. Will
pay reasonable price. Call Thom at 810/642-
8700. Leave message.
WORLDWIDE LOW air fares. Reserve
your Christmas space early. Regency Travel
209 S. State St. 665-6122.
a -.
FREE FINANCIAL AID! Over $6 Billion
in public and private sector grants & scholar-
ships 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.
F55981.
PRKG. SPOTS, CENTRAL campus. State
& Packard. $40/mo. call Rebecca 513-4987

The female outlook on the subject
seemed to agree.
"I'd say I'm monogamous. I've been
seeing the same guy for a year," said a
female LSA sophomore who also did
not wish to be identified.
With the high level of sexual activ-
ity on campus, birth control is an
important issue for many students.
Information, however, can some-
times be difficult to obtain.
University Health Services offers
both information and birth control
products to the student community.
"We have every available means of
birth control in the U.S.," said Dr.
Ronald Mulder, director of gynecol-
ogy at UHS. "The one that is pre-
scribed the most is the birth control
pill."
Birth control pills contain synthetic
hormones that suppress ovulation in
women.
While the birth control pill is fre-
quently prescribed, "the most common
form of contraception on campus is the
condom," Mulder said. "We would
hope that the condom and the birth con-
trol pill are used in conjunction, as
together they provide the best birth con-
trol possible."
The public health message about
condoms seems to have impacted the
population.
"I always wear a condom. It's a
habit," the male student said.
Another form of birth control that is
not as common is Depo Provera, an
injection of a different synthetic hor-
mone that also prevents conception.
One injection protects against pregnan-

cy for three months.
"It's very effective birth control,"
said. the female student, who takes
Depo Provera. "You can't miss it
(like you could the birth control
pill). I knew a friend on it, and she
liked it."
Along with the risk of pregnancy
comes the threat of sexually transmitted
diseases.
"I feel pretty knowledgeable (about
STDs). People know that they are out
there," the female student said.
Just because students are aware that
STDs exist does not mean they are not
at risk of getting them.
"People know (about STDs) but think
that it won't ever happen to them" the
female student said. "I would say the
average Joe knows what he needs to do
(to stay protected) but doesn't want to'
One of the more common STDs on
campus is the human papilloma virus.
"It's the (STD) that affects the
most students, and the one students
know the least about," Mulder said.
"About 25 percent of the student
population are carriers of the virus."
HPV is typically contracted through
vaginal or anal sex, and is not transmit-
ted by bodily fluids; but rather by direct
skin-to-skin contact. There are some 70
forms of the virus, and some can cause
serious health problems.
"(HPV) is the cause of cervical
cancer and can cause genital warts,"
Mulder said. "For the majority of
people there are no symptoms."
Because of this, HPV can be hard to
spot without a Pap smear test for
women, or one of the new DNA tests
for both men and women.
Students interested in more infor-
mation about either birth control or
STDs can call UHS at 764-8320.

Cardinal receives
civilian honor

WANTED: DRIVER Driver for after school
activities for children. hours somewhat flex.
15 hrs./wk. Mon.-Fri. Please call 998-0643
eveniris.
WANTED: UM STUDENT for employment
beginning Fall term '96. General office
duties, errands, Macintosh 'friendly, valid
driver's license. Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday hours available. Please submit
resume by September 9 to Karen Gibbons,
University of Michigan, Provost's Office,
3074 Fleming Administration Bldg., Ann
Arbor, MI 48109-1340.
WANTED: work-study studentsrto work in
either our genetic research ta~b or office. No
exp. necessary. Call 763-0651 to apply.
W ARE LOOKING FOR a few good men
& women, for security guard work on the U
of M campus. Are you qualified? Can you
meet the challenge? Good pay and regular
hours. Come join us! Apply at State Security
Services, 525 Church St. 668-0444. EOE.
WIDE WORLD SPORTS CENTER hiring
eve. facility & concession personnel & con-
cession supervisor. $5-10/hr. 913-4625.
WORD PROCESSORS WANTED
Local drug research' co. seeks word
processors w/advanced skills in MS word &
W.P. 6.0. Full-time positions for two shifts 8-
4:30p.m. & 12-8:30p.m. Call Performance
Personnel for info. (313) 668-6933 APPLY

BABYSIITER NEEDED for Alex 1112 at
his home 2 mornings & one evening each
week. Call 741-8113.
BABYSITTER WANTED 6 and 3 yr. old
boys. 12:30 to 5:00, 1 to 5 days/week. 996-
2876, after 6.
CHILD CARE FOR TODDLER. School
yr. commitment, flex. hrs., competitive pay,
ref. 662-4540.
CHILD CARE Energetic exp. non-smoker
needed for 2 children in NE Ann Arbor. Hrs.
2:30-6:30 p.m. Mon. through Fri. excellent
pay, ref. req. 994-9443.
CHILD CARE FOR 3 & 6 yr. olds in our
NE Ann Arbor home. Mon.-Fri. afternoons.
15-20 hrs./wk. Call 995-0882.
CHILD CARE Tues./Wed. eves. References,
- A T... T . T Lra.

FEMALE WANTED - to share 2 bdrm. apt.
Walk to campus. Call 810/288-0529.
LEASE AVAILABLE in large double apt.
4th & William $300 neg. Call: 741-1279.
ONE BDRM. in a 1g. 2 bdrm. apt. avail. Less
than 5 min. walk to campus. 829 Tappan
#302. Call 769-9255. Rent neg.
RMMTE. NEEDED to share fum. apt. smkr.
pref. $295 + util. 761-1631.
STONEWALL CHILI Pepper Co.'s salsa
habenero is one of the world's hottest salsas.
It is only sold in Michigan at Tios Mexican
Restaurant, 333 E. Huron.

The Washington Post
WASHINGTON - Chicago's
Cardinal Joseph Bernardin, who last
month revealed he is dying of cancer
and is expected to live less than a year,
received the nation's highest civilian
honor from President Clinton yesterday,
while expressing major differences of
opinion with the president.
The Chicago prelate, 68, then went
to Georgetown University, the presi-
dent's alma mater, to criticize the
welfare bill passed by Congress and
signed by Clinton as too harsh and
condemned the president's decision
to veto a ban on some late-term abor-
tions.
As he presented the Presidential
Medal of Freedom to Bernardin and 10
others, an emotional Clinton said,
"Throughout his career, he has fought

mean-spiritedness," Bernardin earlier
this summer had called for an open dia-
logue among Catholics of all view-
points.
Yesterday, the self-effacing
Bernardin said he was flattered by the
recognition at the White House, but
concerned about the president's veto
of the late-term abortion ban, and said
he would like to discuss it with
Clinton.
"I'm willing to do it. I'm very com-
mitted to the position," he told reporters
on the White House lawn after the cere-
mony.
The frail-looking Bernardin, who
is suffering from pancreatic cancer,
is scheduled to participate in a prayer
service Thursday calling on Congress
to override Clinton's veto of the late-
term abortion ban.

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