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NEED HELP WITH English Composition?
Former professor of English. Tutorng. 761-
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PROFESSIONAL DRY CLEANING,
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EARLY CHILDHOOD TEACHERS-Full
and part-time positions available. Experience
in the field preferred. Excellent benefits (free
or greatly reduced housing) immediate
openings. For a1ication, contact Amanda at
the Ann Arbor YMCA, 663-9004 or stop by
350 S. Fifth Ave.
EARLY CHILDHOOD Substitutes needed
for Spring & Summer. Work according to
your availability. Working with children un-
der age 5. Call 668-0887
EARN $7-10/HR. Work outside this summer
painting houses. No exp. nec. Call
immediately. 1-800-405-6227.
EARN 25% COMMISSION Send 10.95 to
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Brighton, M48116. Excellent opportunity.
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Great earnings and career opportunity with a
dynamic growing retailer. We're looking for
an organized, disciplined and energetic
individual. Great potential for advancement.
Immediate responsibilities will include store
maintenance, merchandising and inventory
control. Call 995-8900, ask for Todd.
GCO Carpet Outlets
2301 S. Industrial
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
FOOD & BEVERAGE STAFF Large golf
and conference center has openings for Gar-
de Manager, grills cooks, prep position, dish
staff, and wait staff. Seasonal full-time and
parie. Competitive wages and benefits in-
cluding free meals. Free golf privileges. Fox
Hills, Plymouth, 313/453-7272.
FRIENDS GIFT SHOP
University Hospital
Cashier experience helpful
8-18 hrs., eves., weekends, holidays
Some daytime hours available
Work Study Students Qualify
$6.25-$6.75
Call 936-5971 after 12 noon.
GENERAL LABOR/swimming poo
maintenance. Top pay: $600+/wk. for self-
motivated individuals. N.W. Detroit suburbs.
Call Craig at 810/477-7727.
GOLF STAFF Large golf course has open-
ings for Groundscrew, Pro Shop, Bag
Attendants, Starters and Rangers. All shifts.
Competitive wages. Free golf privileges Fox
Hills 8768 N. Territorial Plymouth, 313/453-
7272.
GRADUATING SENIORS - Mackinac
Island's Murray Hotel needs year round
manager. Liveork 6 months on Mackinac Is-
land and 6 in months Ann Arbor. Fax resume
to: 313-665-2644 or write: PO Box 7706 Ann
Arbor, MI 48107.
GRE/GMAT/LSAT/MCAT TEACHERS
needed. The Princeton Review seeks
dynamic individuals to teach our courses.
Call 313-663-2163.
HALF-TIME to full-time summer intem
needed in the Technology Management Of-
fice to help with the distribution and market-
ing of UM developed software. Primarily
clerical work with some market research.
Macintosh/PC exp. req. Salary approx. $9/hr.
depending on exp. Part-time work during
academic yr. possible. Contact Jerry Jackson
936-3473 (erry umich.edu).
INSTRUCTORS NEEDED for:Swimming,
Aerobics, Gymnastics, Tennis and people
with special needs (ext.227) with AAPS
Community Education & Recreation.
Flexible hours available. Call immediately:
994-2300 ext. 233.
Sun-Drenched Summer Jobs!
Available Now at
A-1 Lawn Care
Ann Arbor's Largest Lawn Maintenance Co.
" 40-50 hrs./wk.
* Outdoor Work
"Will Train
Crew Leader and crew Member positions
through Fall start at $6.50-7/hr.
Applicants should be neat in appear-
(1 Block West of State St.)-
8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. or call 663-3343
LOOKING FOR SUMMER
EMPLOYMENT? Camp CAEN is hiring
students who can work June-July as dorm
counselors, teaching assistants, or instructors
who can teach Virtual Reality classes. Salary
$8-16 per hour depending on technical
ability. Interested? Have more questions?
Contact Craig Strickland via e-mail at
cstrick@engm.umich.edu_
NOW HIRING PAINTERS and crew chiefs
for full-time summer jobs, $7-$8/hour. Stu-
dent Works Painting 1-800-899-WORK.
NOW HIRING PAINTERS for summer
help. 40+ hrs./wk. No experience necessary.
$8-12/hr. Quality Associates Painting 313/
332-5928.
OFFICE ASSISTANT to MD. Must be well
organized, self starting. Must have word
processing experience, bookkeeping or math
skills and car. $7.50/hour. 662-9191.
PART TIME TEACHER assistants needed

for our licensed pre-school and school-age
child care center. Hpigh energy, fun environ-
ment and very rewarding work place. Apply
in person at Jewish Community Center, 2935
Birch Hollow, Ann Arbor or call 971-0990.

PREMIERE BROTHER SISTER CAMP
IN MASS.
Counselor positions for talented & energetic
students a Program Specialists in all Team
Sports, especially Baseball, Basketball,
Roller Hockey, Gymnastics, Field Hockey,
Soccer, Volleyball; 30 Tennis openings; also
Golf, Archery, Riflery, Pioneering/Ovemight
Camping, Ropes & Rock Climbing, Weights/
Fitness & Cycling; other openings include
Performing Arts, Fine Arts, Figure Skating,
Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook, Radio
Station & Rocketry; All Waterfront/Pool
Activities (Swimming, Skiing, Sailing,
windsurfing, Canoeing/Kayaking). Top
salaries, room, board & travel. June 22nd-
August 20th. Inquire: MAH-KEE-NAC-
Bo s-1800/753-9118. DANBEE-Girls-1800/
392-3752.
RECEIVER Energetic individual needed to
receive and distribute supplies. Must be able
to lift up to 50 lbs. Competitive wages. Free
golf privileges. Fox Hills, Plymouth 313/453-
7272.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Golf
Course has Summer Groundskeeper positions
available. Starting May 1 - Sept. 30. Pay will
range from $6-7/hour plus golfing privileges.
Please contact Chris Bullinger for more info
at 998-7395.
The University of Michigan is an Equal Op-
portunity / Affirmative Action Employer.
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FULL-TIME SUMMER
TEACHING POSITIONS
$450-500 PER WEEK
Reading Enrichment Programs for
children of all ages and adults.
Graduate students and graduating
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love books and reading are eligible
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and a commitment to high personal
standards. Previous teaching expe-
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provide a paid, comprehensive
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EOF.

UNIVERSITY CATERING/Training clas-
ses starting now for waitstaff - F/T, P/T -
Flexible Hours - Great $ - Reliable In-
dividuals Only! - Call 764-2142 and leave a
message.
SUMMER
GROUNDSKEEPER WANTED
Responsible for maintaining campus
ground and nurturing plant materials on
campus. As seasons dictate, assist with
mowing; weed whipping; weeding; leaf
pick-up; shrub andflower bed clean-up;
preparing for planting flower bulbs;
pruning ornamental trees and shrubs.
Duties also include litter pick-up.
Pay starts at $6.75 per hour,
flexible schedules available.
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
* Self-motivation
* Dependability
*Enthusiasm
* Genuine interest in creating
beautiful and safe campus area
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
Services Building (first floor)
1111 Palmer Dr. (behind the Power Center)
WAITSTAFF NEEDED FOR
GRADUATION WEEKEND!
$8-$10/hour!
University Catering/Pierpont Commons
Friday May 2nd and Saturday May 3rd, 1997
Call 764-2142 today!
WANTED: UM Student for employment
Spring/Summer/Fall terms beginning May
12. General office duties, errands, Macintosh
friendly, valid driver's license. Accepting ap-
plications through April 18. Please submit
resume to Karen Gibbons, Office of the
Provost, University of Michigan, 3074 Flem-
ing Administration Bldg., Ann Arbor, MI
48109-1340.
WORK STUDY STUDENT (valid status):
Various office-type duties in the Medical
Center. Call Liz Cole at 936-5504.

Auditorium in 1988.
INAUGURAL
Continued from Page 1.
inauguration festivities were marred by
protests calling for an end to racial ten-
sions on campus.
About 30 protesters gathered outside
of Hill Auditorium on the morning of
Duderstadt's inauguration carrying
signs that read, "Duderstadt is illegal,"
and "Duderstadt: Not our choice.' The
signs made reference to the search
process conducted by the regents that
the students alleged violated the state's
Open Meetings Act.
Duderstadt served as provost before
he was selected as the 11th University
president.
"The Duderstadt inauguration was a
very different time," Harrison recalled.
"It was still a time of considerable
unrest. Jim was an internal candidate,

so there was not quite the sensef a
new beginning.
Protesters also said they objected to
the inauguration ceremony and party,
which some called lavish, especially
since it coincided with a 12-percent
tuition increase for out-of-state students
that year.
"I think the times are different,"
Harrison said. "Lee is not an internal
candidate, there is no controversy sur-
rounding his selection.
"We are looking forward to a much
more traditional inauguration;'
Harrison added.
Additional details on inauguration
activities will be announced later. Other
members of the inauguration planning
committee include School of Music
Dean Paul Boylan, Chemistry Prof.
Thomas Dunn and Rackham Dean
Nancy Cantor.

Courtesy Of News and Information ServiCes
Former University President James Duderstadt gives his inaugural speech at Hill

ABLE CHILDCARE 3 afternoons, 5 & 8 yr.
old boys. Exp., ref. Increased summer hrs.
663-3482.
EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER for infant
1 day/wk. & occasional. eves. 7614926.
INFANT CARE wanted for 4 mo. old in
Burns Park home. Hours flex. 995-9742.
NANNY/HOUSEKEEPER for 2 children. 8
& 10. 15-30 hrs./wk. nonsmoker, own car,
refs. Paid vacation. 747-9056.
SITTER NEEDED for 2 girls, 3 yr. old and
infant. IHrs. to vary 913-5853.
SUMMER CHILD CARE needed in my
Ann Arbor home. Generous Salary. 995-
0560.

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$1500 WEEKLY potential mailing our
- circulars. For info ca1 301-429-1326.
$500/WK. Summer Internships
Placing All Majors/Eam 3 Credits
Call 975-9817.
A SUMMER RESIDENT counselor job
could be yours. Summer Discovery, a pre-
college enrichment program for b.s. students
UM is looking for energetic, multi-faceted
Ylmunselors for 7 weeks, June 25-August 10.
$alary plus room and board in Stockwell Hall
(co-ed). Must be 21 by June 25. On campus
interviews April 3 & 4. Call 800-645-6611 or
email staff@summerfun.com for application
and mention this ad.
AAA STUDENT PAINTER earn $6-9/hour
*I Ann Arbor's most successful team! Call
662-0747.
ABBOTT'S Landscape & Nursery crew,
nursery, & sales help wanted full or part time.
Please call 665-8733.
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS at Y & S
andwich Cafe. Full and Part Time, Flexible
ours. In Michigan Union. 669-8977.
ANNAUL KATHERINE'S CATERING
recruting party. Thur., Apr. 10, 4 pi-7pm.
Call Craig/Diana for more info @ 9304270.
ANNUAL KATHERINE'S CATERING
recruitment party, Thurs. April 10, 1997,
4p.m. to 7p.m. Call Craig/Diana for more
info at 930-4270.
BE A SUCCESS, WORK AT the best! En-,
joy your summer at Willoway Day Camp.
Enthusiastic, talented, creative students
needed as general counselors and specialists:
£rom June 15-August 15. Must live in
*boomfield, Novi, Farmington, or adjacent
areas. Willoway Day Camp, 810/932-2123 or
e-mail willowaydc@aol.com.
CAMP COUNSELORS - Outstanding Sum-
mer slim down camps on university cam-
puses in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania. All
specialties: Athletics, Dance, Swim,
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WEEKS. AGE 20+. 1-800-421-4321,
www.campcamelot.com
CLEANING CREW Suburban golf and
conference center has part-time positions for
cleaning staff. Shifts start at 6:00 a.m. Com-
petitive wages. Free golf privileges. Fox Hills
768 N. Territorial Pl outh, 313/453-7272.
OUNSELOR POSITIONS: Openings in
all team & individual sports, also Waterfront-
Art-Drama-RN's-Competitive sellers. Lo-
cated Berkshire Mts. of Massachusetts -21/2
hrs. from NYC-Boston. Call Greylock for
boys 1-800-842-5214/Romaca for girls I-
888-2-ROMACA.
COUNSELORS, COOK, naturalist needed
at co-ed summer camp pear A2. Rm., board,
salary. Call 313-878-6628 for info.
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DAYCARE NEEDS organizing, cooking,
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activities. $6-8/hr. 996-4847.

STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
Continental $159 or $239. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Elaineat
Regency Travel, 209 S. State, 665-6122.
SUMMER CHARTERS. Athens $759,
Frankfurt $589, London $449, Paris $579,
Rome $679, Shannon $409. Restrictions
apply. 209 S. State St. 665-6122.
WINTER ESCAPE- Cozy log cabins $54-
75 nightly. Incl. outdoor hot tub & ski trails.
Traverse City 616/276-9502.
PHILIPPIAES BUSINESS EXPANSION.
Call to learn how you, relatives, and students
can benefit financially. Call Gene after 4 pm
for information 517-837-5532.
If you haven't
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call Andrew Echt,
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or, stop by Hillel,
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into a way of conceiving what students
and faculty do ... I personally think it's
d -eply destructive to what I value about
the University."
Bollinger said he is working to think
of ways to direct funds to improving
academics as opposed to putting up
buildings on campus.
"I think that (building structures) is
ultimately good but I think it's time for
an emphasis on building the faculty'
Bollinger said.
Bollinger said he had been warned
that the University's relationship
with the state Legislature had been
strained in the past but was pleasant-
ly surprised to see that this was not
the case.
"What I find is that the state
Legislature represents a feeling
(throughout) the state that the
University of Michigan is the best thing
that the state has ever done;" Bollinger
said, adding that it is important for the
University to acknowledge and be
grateful for what the state has done to
build the University.
Bollinger said he felt that the most
effective way to work on mutlicultural
initiatives was to address them on -the
cultural level rather than make laws and
policies.

"I think that the cultural issues at this
point have to do with making the edu-
cational benefits a reality,' Bollinger
said. "Within the universities of this
country, we say that diversity has mean-
ingful educational benefits ... but we
haven't incorporated that into our basic
patterns of behavior"
SNRE Prof. Bunyan Bryant said'he
was pleased with Bollinger's position
on diversity but noted that it will be dif-
ficult to evaluate until it is implement-
ed.
"The proof is in the pudding;" Bryant
said.
Bollinger also said he supports facul-
ty evaluations of University deans and
administrators.
Chemistry Prof. and SACUA Chair
Thomas Dunn called Bollinger's atti-
tude toward the faculty a "breathiof
fresh air."
"I think what he's doing is putting the
accent on academic diversity,' Dunn
said. "He's not just dictating initiatives
to (the faculty), he's asking us to take
part in the University's future direc-
tion."
SACUA members said they were
very excited about Bollinger's attitude
toward working with the faculty.
"The notion that (he) brings prob-
lems rather than announcements is real-
ly important," said Education Prof.
Valerie Lee.

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Spacious. Alison 616/337-7437.
FEMALE TO SHARE 1g. apt w/ 2 others.
No smoking $274 662-5084 313498-3283.
ROOMATE WANTED for 1 bdrm. apt. on
Packard. Lg. kitch., dwshr., ldry., & prkg.
Male or fem. 669-9239.

COURT
Continued from Page 1.
The 6th U.S. Court of Appeals found
earlier that course packs have "become
almost as ubiquitous at American col-
leges and universities as the conven-
tional textbook."
Lowenstein said the copy compa-
nies aren't the only losers because
"the students are going to have to pay
a very expensive amount for course
materials. They may have to go back
to the old system where books were
on reserve and you'd have to fight for
them:"
Accu-copy owner Phil Zaret agreed
with the Supreme Court decision not to
hear the case.
"It's a pretty decent decision;' Zaret
said. "The publishers basically own
their material and if you own something
you don't want some one to take it."
. Zaret said the students and business
owners have already "settled into the
way they handle the problem" of paying

for course packs.
Some students, however, have differ-
ent ideas about how the permission fees
should be paid.
"I think the University should pay the
royalties;' said Law first-year student
Jake Schmidt. "I think if it's for educa-
tional purposes, they really shouldn't
have to charge royalties?'
Some students are angered by high
course pack prices.
"It's a corrupt system;' said LSA
sophomore Melody Austin. "They are
stealing from us. This is a poor decision
by the courts?'
However, Juan Sauceda, an
Engineering senior, said it is fair to
charge royalties. "It drives the prices
up, but it is right to give credit where
credit is due?'
Smith is still involved in a court case
regarding $326,000 in Publishers attor-
ney fees that he was ordered to pay in
1994 by the district court. The 6th
Circuit Court has ordered the decision
back to the district court.

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