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MONEY FOR COLLEGE We can help you
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students. Immed. qualification. Call 800/651-
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SHEAR IMPACT Hair Salon has a nail
technician, Amy Finfrock, works Mon.-Sat.
10-7. 548 Church St. above Stucchi's 662-
4232.

CRUISE SHIP EMPLOYMENT - Travel
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Land-Tour Industry. For details, call 1-206-
971-3550 ext. C55983.
DATA ENTRY
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perienced Data Entry Operator in their Infor-
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didate will have at least a year of experience
along with a strong attention to detail. Job in-
volves gathering, entering, and verifying data
for processing. PC knowlede desirable.
Midnight shift 12:00 a.m. to 8:0 a.m. Apply
at or send resume to
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2500 S. State
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DATA ENTRY/GENERAL OFFICE posi-
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Knowledge of medical billing and coding
helpful but not necessary (willing to train the
right person). WE OFFER GREAT PAY
AND EXCELLENT BENEFITS _ WHAT
CAN YOU OFFER??. We're only a 10
minute bus ride from Campus. Fax your
resume to 313.677.7407 or mail to P M G,
personnel Coordinator, POB 1108, Ann Ar-
bor 48106.
DAYCARE NEEDS organizing, cooking,
baking, cleaning, baby care, pet care, and fun
activities. $6-8/hr. 996-4847.
DIRECT CARE STAFF needed in group
mne for homeless youth. Experience work-
..g with adolescents or a group home
preferred. $6-7/hr. Send resume to: Ozone
House, Attn: Mary Jo Callan, 608 N. Main,
Ann Arbor, 48104.
DISHWASHER- Evenings, $6.50/hr. Walk
to work, free mealsl Apply at: 118 W. Liberty
from 3-5 p.m.
EARN $5000 WEEKLY. Free info. Call or
e-mail: 313/785-7779, jdallo@umich.edu
EARN $6-$8/hr. Part-time flex. hours. Small
company looking to hire students for light in-
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EASTERN EUROPE EMPLOYMENT -
Travel Eastern Europe by teaching basic con-
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Krakow. Inexpensive Room & Board + other
potential benefits. Find out how to succeed in
this field. Call: (206) 971-3680 ext. K55985.
FLORAL SHOP Valentines week several
temporary positions incl. delivery drivers
flower processing floral designers as well as
other positions. For more info cal Paul at
994-6112 or apply at Nielsens Flowers 1021
Maiden Lane.
GET PAID TO HAVE FUN! Camp
Mataponi, a lakefront residential girls camp
in Maine has over 50 summertime openings.
Qualified staff needed for: Land and Water
Sports, Arts and Crafts, Tennis, Ropes
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Theater, Dance, Nature, Photography,
Hiking, Tripping, Office Work. Top salaries!
Room/board and travel provided. For more
info, call: Marcy/Dan at 609/424/2755 or e-
mail at: mataponil@aol.com
GREAT HARVEST Bread Co. Part-time
customer service and kneading. Must enjoy
hard work and laughter. $6.50/hr. to start +
$100 sign-on bonus. Apply in person 2220S.
Main.
HELP WANTED. ALL POSITIONS avail.
inc. mgrn, drivers, cooks, inside help. Full
& part-time. No exp. necessary. 929-6086
(local call).
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S*WORK STUDY Positions open at
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na Gray, 3200 S.A.B, 763-1363.
ASIA EMPLOYMENT - Learn how stu-
dents have made $25-$45/hr. teaching basic
conversational English in Japan, Taiwan, or
S. Korea. Many employers provide room &
board and/or other benefits. Call: 206-971-
3570 ext. J55982.
AVERAGE Students in our program made
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experience req. Extension W189.
COUNSELORS, Junior Counselors, WSI,
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unselor pay is $1650. Call Craig Pollack at
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NOW INTERVIEWING all majors. The
best summer experience. Average $6880.
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OUTSIDE JOBS-Now hiring: National
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seeks staff. Swim, radio, golf, sailing, tennis,
sports, & general. Call Mark at 610/941-0128
for an application or to schedule local
interviews. Write: Mark Glaser, 16 Gum Tree
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PART-TIME CLERICAL assistants
needed. 10-15 hrs./wk. Ann Arbor Art
Center. Mac exp. Applications 117 W.
Liberty. 994-8004.
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SERVICE REP NEEDED. Are you self
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package. Full & PT avail. Mike 662-5485.
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT at luxury guest
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JENNIFER BRADLEY-SWIFT/Dally
George Washington, attorney for the plaintiffs, makes his opening arguments yes-
terday in the civil suit against the University for allegedly discriminatory firings.

TRIAL
Continued from Page 1
claims her new position caused her
chronic pain. She worked for the
University for 9 1/2 years before the fir-
ing.
Isabelle, who spent 13 years with the
University before the firing, said the
incident landed him in the emergency
room after he attempted suicide.
Atkins was employed for 13 1/2
years before her dismissal. She claims
she has suffered emotionally since her
firing and has had to seek psychiatric
help.
Inside the courthouse yesterday,
Shelton presided over jury selection.
By 11:30 a.m. the eight-member jury
had been selected.
Beforehand, members of the

National Women's Rights Organizing
Coalition demonstrated outside the
court entrance with signs and fliers in
support of the workers.
LSA senior and NWROC member
Jessica Curtin said she supported the
workers because they were "willing to
stand up and fight."
"We do see it necessary to fight racism
and sexism at the U-M;" Curtin said.
Terry Sexais, a member of NWROC
and the Homeless Power Union, said he
participated in the rally because racism
needs to be fought worldwide.
"We all live in the same planet and do
the same thing day-in and day-out -
no matter what part of the planet we
come from; Sexais said.
The trial will resume this morning at
8 a.m. with Howlett's opening state-
ment for the University.

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GAMES
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cuts and drop kicks, but sometimes I
just beat them up fast, Thomas said.
He demonstrated his skill at the
game, but ultimately suffered defeat at
the hands of Reptile, a snakelike enemy
who spurts green blood.
LSA senior Chris Van Elk said he
visits the arcade at least four times a
week.
"I come mostly on weekdays," Van
Elk said. "It's on my way home, so I
stop in."
Van Elk said that for him, playing
arcade games takes precedence over
homework. "I play a Sony Playstation
at home, and come in here. Lots of

times I do it instead of studying. I don't
think it makes much of a difference.
grade-wise though, he said.
The variety of games, including the.
number of new games, attracts him to
the arcade, Van Elk said.
Jensen said one recent game cost
$18,000.
James Jones, a junior at Pioneer
High School in Ann Arbor, also goes
to Pinball Pete's regularly.
"I come three or four times a week to
play X-Men vs. Streetfighter," Jones
said. "I stay about three hours each time.
Jones said his addiction to video
games has a negative effect on his
study habits. "My grades would proba-
bly be a lot better if I didn't come in
here,"he said.

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ing to assist professional male with evening
care in his home near campus. Must have car
and be avail.summers. Will need at least one
year commitment. Non-smoking. Hours:
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limited number of summer '97 management
positions. Gain hands on experience in
managing a business in your hometown. Op-
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Clinton Township, Livonia, Farmington
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WINTER ESCAPE- Cozy log cabins $54-
75 nightly. Incl. outdoor hot tub & ski trails.
Traverse City 616/276-9502.
COLLEGE FINANCIAL AID - Student
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public & private sector funding sources. A
MUST FOR ANYONE SEEKING FINAN-
CIAL AID! For information: 1-800-263-6495
ext. F55983.
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RESEARCH
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million for equipment, $6.8 million for
books and $700,000 for building reno-
vation and construction.
Physics Prof. J. Wehrley Chapman
said that since approximately 97 percent
of his research support is funded by the
U.S. Department of Energy, a decrease
in funding could hurt his program.
"We are all concerned that funding
shrinkage will affect grad students,"
Chapman said. "What happens is that
in the future we will have fewer grad
students if we have less money."
Physics graduate student Sarah Truitt
said federal cuts in research create an
unstable job market for graduate stu-
dents.
"The whole prospect job climate has
sort of gotten worse," Truitt said. "It
sort of makes our field feel like a
shrinking field instead of one with lots
.of opportunity."
According to Neidhart, the
University's responses to the projected
cuts include:
Working to modify the federal
research support environment;
Increasing the University's com-
petitive edge for decreasing resources;
Increasing non-federal support;
Increasing efficiency.
Industry and private funds are poten-
tial sources of support, Neidhardt said.
"The University receives under 8
percent of its total research funds from
industrial support," Neidhardt said.
"There is room to grow, but none of us
think that it will make up for the pro-
jected 20-percent decline in federal
funds."

George Hartford, senior director of
corporate and foundation relations for
the University, said that during the past
eight to 10 months, his office has
worked to determine how the
University can make its research pro-
grams more attractive to 65 corpora-
tions that might give $100,000 or more
to the University.
"The most prominent area where you
could bolster your fundraising would be
from corporations and foundations, as
the federal funds begin to dwindle," he
said.
Since the University is one of the top
research institutions in the nation
Hartford said he believes the
University's research abilities will be
attractive to the private sphere.
Physics chair Ctirad Uher said the
answer to receiving more industrial
funding in his department is to conduct
better and more visible research.
The potential problem with being
supported by corporate funds, Uher
said, are differences in the way acade-
mia and corporations function. The two
could also benefit from cooperative
efforts, he said.
Other universities also are making
preparations for the projected federal-
funding cuts. Stanford University has
recently started an initiative to do more
corporate fundraising, said Cecilia
Evangelista, special assistant to the vice
president for development at Stanford
University.
"A lot of federal funding will hope-
fully be replaced by private funding. We
will have to do more corporate
fundraising in the future to pick up
some of the slack from the federal
side," Evangelista said.

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