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The Michigan Daily - Friday, February 28, 1997 - 7
In the crossfire

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DAYCARE NEEDS organizing, cooking,
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activities. $6-8hr. 996-4847.
FUNDRAISER- Motivated groups needed to
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HOME HEALTH CARE attendants for lo-
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Medical students. Very flexible schedules,
must have own transportation. Call 930-
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HOUSECLEANING - Walking distance to
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HOUSEKEEPER/ELDERLY care: live-in
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4016.
UMI is an established information services
company with operations throughout the
world. The International Sales and Marketing
department is seeking to fill two 40 hrs./week
positions of two paid intems starting in mid-
March, 1997. The individuals 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 on a
wide range of tasks. 40 hours/week, Monday-
Friday. A background in business,
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preferred.
All interested persons should send or fax a
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International Sales and Marketing
300 N. Zeeb Road
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Fax: 313-973-7007
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AP PHOTO,
Yvrose Joslyn stands in front of her burnt down house yesterday in a slum in Pele, Haiti, after a fire broke out between the
home bases of gangs that have sparked violence in this town.

BURGER
Continued from Page 1
Jancasz said local McDonald's fran-
chises have a good deal of autonomy.
"Until we hear it from our supervisor,
we don't have to do it," Jancasz said.
However, he did say that if the 55-
cent deal materializes, his franchise
would probably participate.
"Generally, we follow the nationwide
trends, just because it's good for busi-
ness," Jancasz said.
At the nearby Burger King, assistant
manager Jeff Frontiera said he is not
alarmed at the prospect of a Big Mac
price cut.
"It doesn't bother us," Frontiera said.
"We don't even think it will affect us."
Frontiera said that in many ways
the Burger King Whopper is a "high-

er quality product." He said the
Burger King burger is superior in its
freshness and that it contains 75 per-
cent more meat than its McDonald's
counterpart.
University students are divided about
which restaurant is better.
Heiko Leopold, a first-year graduate
student in the School of Business
Administration, said each chain has its
specialty. As he sat in Burger King,
Leopold said, "The burger is probably
better here. But the fries - at
McDonald's, the amount of fries is
more."
Engineering graduate student
Richard Levi held a similar view.
"The fries are better," he said of
McDonald's. But as he sat in the
McDonald's dining room eating a
cheeseburger, he said that he generally
prefers Burger King.

"Burger King tastes better than
McDonald's. I don't know why I keep
coming back here;' Levi said.
Overall, students said the price -of
their fast food is important, but not'the
definitive factor in their choice.
LSA student Heiko Zuchel said heis
unwilling to spend more than $4 fof a
meal.
"For example" Zuchel said, "the
double-cheeseburger meal at Wendy's is
more than $4. (That's) too expensive."
Kinesiology sophomore Amy Getdes
agreed with the $4 limit. However, :she
was not excited about the possibilityof
a 55-cent Big Mac.
"It doesn't matter. I really don't eat
Big Macs," Gerdes said.
Gerdes said she prefers plain cheese-
burgers, and if presented with the
option of a 55-cent Big Mac, she wrld
"ask for it plain."

GEO
Continued from Page 1
ed colleagues of mine put out (says)
that GSIs are not real workers, that they
are merely apprentices in training,
should be anathema to any working fac-
ulty member," Wald said. "Sometimes I
wonder if the faculty who say these
things really do their work."
LSA senior Mandy Odeir told audi-
ence members she was proud to be
taught by GSIs.
"I'll take my education with a union
label," Odeir said. "Go GEO!"
U.S. Rep. Lynn Rivers (D-Ann
Arbor) was unable to attend, but in a
statement read by a spokesperson,
Rivers said she commended the GSIs'
dedication to the preservation of the
quality of education students receive.
Rob Gordan, a graduate student
instructor from Wayne State University,

spoke about the need for Wayne State
graduate students to unionize to combat
proposed cutbacks in their health cover-
age plan.
"The University of Michigan's GEO
is a wonderful example of what hap-
pens when you just stick together and
stand up for your rights," Gordan said.
Launa Schweizer, a GSI for
American Culture 201, said she didn't
think her students would be embar-
rassed by the pictures of them she sta-
pled to the blackboard.
"I'm doing this to show my students
how much I think about them, the class
and how much I care about teaching;"
Schweizer said. "This is part of the
point - to reach out to more under-
graduates and give them a sense of what
we do and how we improve the
University."
Great Books lecturer Mark Bucham
said he attended the celebration because

he was formerly a graduate student and
sympathizes with the GSIs' values and
ideas.
"I don't think the University's admin-
istrators are very serious about un r-
graduate education,' Bucham said.
"One of the things GEO does is bring
that to the floor."
"They have a broad vision of social
justice at the University which is very
worthy of support," Bucham said. s
Micah Holmquist, an RC first-year
student, said he came to show his support
for unions and "the movement of the
working class."
"I think this event is a good idea and
it's unfortunate that there aren't more
people here," Holmquist said. "It would
be nice if there were more students here
but it doesn't surprise me becaitse
University students are primarily Id-
dle class and don't realize the impor-
tance of unions."

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RANK
Continued from Page 1
"Using the methodology that was
used, this is an accurate rating,"
Snyder said. "(U.S. News & World
Report) puts a lot of weight on
median starting salary. Michigan
graduates get salaries that are con-
sistently high in each of their (spe-
cialized) areas."
Snyder said this type of analysis may

hurt the University's rankings.
"But our students tend to pursue a
very balanced set of careers, which we
value;' Snyder said. "The rankings do
not look at where the salaries are condi-
tionally. That ends up generating pretty
important differentials in terms of the
medians."
Whether or not the rankings are the
most accurate, they are significant
because they attract people's attention,
Martin asserted.

"I think they are serious to the extent
that people think they're serious,"
Martin said.
Law first-year student John
Signorino said U.S. News & World
Report rankings did not affect his deci-
sion to come to the University.
"I am not concerned at all about rat-
ing," Signorino said. "I picked;this
school because of a recommendation
from a friend. I did not rely on what
these reports say."

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HERE'S A
BRIGHT
IDEA FOR
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FUTURE!

AIDS
Continued from Page 1.
grams.
What's still unclear is the impact
of a new class of drugs called pro-
tease inhibitors. The AIDS death
rate leveled off in 1995, before

those medicines became widely
available.
Not all doctors are sure that AIDS is
making an about-face, however.
"In my view, this decline is
unfortunately only a lull," said Dr.
Irvin Chen, director of the AIDS
Institute at UCLA.

"Not all patients are responding as
effectively as the majority of patients.
There are some patients for whom! the
drugs are not effective," he said.
And some advocates point out
that AIDS patients, as they live
longer, will need more help, not
less.

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