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at is looking for energetic, multi-faceted
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Salary plus room and board in Stockwell Hall
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interviews early April. Call 800.645-6611 or
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ADMINISTRATIVE ASST. for Medical
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Call 764-0662 for more information. Hiring
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Responsible for maintaining campus
ground and nurturing plant materials on
campus. As seasons dictate, assist with
mowing; weed whipping; weeding; leaf
pick-up; shrub and flower bed clean-up;
preparing for planting flower bulbs;
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Duties also include litter pick-up.
Pay starts at $6.75 per hour,
flexible schedules available.
* Genuine interest in creating
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To Apply call 764-3422
Or stop by UM Grounds Department
office for an application between 7:OOam-3:OOpm
weekdays. Grounds & waste Management Plant
Senmces Building (first floor)
1111 Palmer Dr. (behind the Power Center)
The world's largest producer of single
crystal investment castings is seeking select
individuals to join our team developing and
producing advanced single crystal products
at our Indianapolis operation.
Ceramist: This position requires a high level
of creativity, with a background in materials
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experience and the ability to be productive in
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candidates should possessa Bachelors
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FULL TIME EARLY Childhood summer
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MACKINAC ISLAND Resort Hotel seeking
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kitchen, maintenance and housekeeping.
Contact, Iroquois Hotel Winter Office (in
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NON-PROFIT ARTS AGENCY seeks stu-
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for winter and/or summer. Salary $7/hr. Con-
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NORTHERN MICHIGAN summer camp
has openings for cooks. June 14-August 22.
Excellent salary plus room and board. 810/
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McKinley Pro rties, Inc. a national property
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Prior sales or marketing experience preferred.
Strong customer service onientation and flexible
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summer. 11-1) hrs./wk. school yr. D]ept. of
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SUMMER JOBS! Painting, full-time, no
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and a commitment to high personal
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valuable, though not required. We
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Minimum 10 hour per week commitmen
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summit at the palace in 1990.
Clinton's entourage joked that this
meeting would be remembered as the
"summit of the invalids." The leaders
dined on goose soup with mushrooms
and young reindeer and kidded about
their health, officials said.
White House spokesperson Mike
McCurry described Yeltsin as "a little
ashen-faced" and "not as vibrant as I've
seen him." But he also said Yeltsin "was
constantly engaged" in the talks and
that Clinton told McCurry, "I think he
really came here to do business."
Yeltsin spokesperson Sergei
Yastrzhembsky said, "The working atti-
tude for tomorrow is splendid."
It was the 12th meeting between the
two presidents and the first since
Clinton's trip to Moscow last April,
before they each won re-election.
Posing for pictures with Yeltsin,
Clinton was upbeat about their relation-
ship over the years. "We've worked
hard together,"he said.
The president slouched in a chair so
his ailing right leg could extend stiffly
in a brace. An aide hovered nearby with
crutches. "My leg and I are getting
around pretty well," he commented ear-
Clinton came to Helsinki with a
package of arms control proposals
aimed at soothing Russian fears that the
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Terry Denbow, vice president for
university relations at Michigan State
University, said the firm's fees totaled
more than $700,000 for its work at
"We wanted the best and that is what
we got," Denbow said. "Our goal was to
get to the bottom of all the problems
with our football program, and that is
what we felt we did. It was an extensive
search and they uncovered any prob-
lems we had."
Many of the firm's lawyers are for-
mer NCAA enforcement staff mem-
bers, including lead attorney Michael
Glazier, who will be responsible for
examining the University's case.
The University will give the firm all
Russian President Boris Yeltsin waves as he arrives in Helsinki yesterday for a
summit meeting with President Clinton.
West is seeking military advantage.The _
United States also hopes the package -
will encourage Moscow to ratify the
START II arms control treaty, signed in
1993 but never put into effect.
Russian critics say the treaty is a bad
deal that was accepted out of weakness,
The pact sets a warhead limit of 3,500
on each side, down from pre-treaty lev-
els of about 8,000. Importantly, it calls
for elimination by 2003 of land-based
nuclear weapons with multiple war-
heads, which would strip Russia of its
SS-18, the most powerful weapon in its
arsenal. Russia then would have to
build single-warhead missiles it cannot
The U.S. proposal would cut the war-
head level by about an additional 1,000
warheads, reducing the limit to 2,000-
2,500 for each side.
Also, Yeltsin would be offered a
delay of several years in the 2003 dead-
line for Russia to destroy silos in which
banned missiles are deployed and for
scrapping banned bombers and sub-
Clinton's team described the pro-
posal as negotiating guidelines for
START 111. In return, Clinton wants a
"clear, unequivocal commitment"
from Yeltsin that the Russian parlia-
ment would ratify START 11 this
spring. Republican leaders in the.
House sent Clinton a letter cautioning
against "surprise concessions" on
U.S. missile defenses.
of the newspaper articles from the past
week that have included allegations
against the basketball program, said
Vice President for University Relations
"We have a particular interest in
making sure that no NCAA regulations
were violated here," Harrison said.
"Now we are going to leave it to the
Allegations have been made that sev-
eral Michigan basketball players violat-
ed NCAA bylaws through illegal mon-
etary exchange and involvement with
Detroit booster Ed Martin.
Glazier said the firm has not yet for-
mulated a game plan.
"With these things we have to take it
on a day-to-day basis; Glazier said.
Glazier said he cannot determine
how much the investigation will cost
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Nagrant also said the winner would
triumph by a narrow margin.
"This is like one of the first elec-
tions in a while where we don't really
know who's going to come out on
top," Nagrant said.
While roughly 3,000 students voted
electronically, only about 500 paper
ballots were cast by 8 p.m., Blake said.
Craig Rogowski, a Business junior
who worked at the Angell Hall
polling site, said only about 15 stu-
dents had voted between 4:45 and 6
site, said many students probably.
don't care about the MSA elections.
"Maybe because they don't get to
see how it affects them or impacts
them directly," Pietrzak said. "I don't
know how feasible it is to care when_
(students are) trying to make it
through each day."
Unlike the students who took
advantage of online voting, LSA
junior Jennifer Polan said conve-
nience prompted her to vote by paper
"I was walking by the vote site, so
I just did it," Polan said.
LSA senior Safdar Bandukwala
also said he cast his vote by a paper
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"I don't know if it's because of the "I spent a lot of time on it,"
online voting or not - I assume par- Bandukwala said. "I wanted to vote
tially (it is)," Rogowski said. for something that matters -some-
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