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VIRTUAL
ued from Page IA
and at-risk students averaged in the
"tid-40's before software usage.
'PHowever, after the software was imple-
mented, the scores averaged in the mid-
$0's for the overall class and at-risk stu-
dents.
Kliensmith said students used the
computer because it gave students feed-
back and control in a non-threatening
Avironment.
"These mirror the weaknesses of the
lecture format," Kliensmith said.
Douglas Van Houeling, dean of
Academic Outreach and vice provost
for information and technology, also
pointed out many of the advantages
.technology has to offer education.
"One of the extraordinary changes

in the way we find ourselvesliving
today is that computer technology is
allowing large groups to deal with
us as individuals," Van Houeling
said.
Some feel that the use of technology
will de-individualize education, but Van
Houeling disagrees.
"The computer is very capable of
individualizing things," Van Houeling
said.
Kliensmith said that because of
the large class sizes at universities,
"perhaps we're kidding ourselves
about the amount of human contact
in lectures."
Philosophy Prof. J. David Velleman
said he worries about the overuse of
technology at the University because he
sees the "virtual university" being held
up as an ideal.

"Its a concept in where academiais
being fit into a technology rather than a
technology being put into a university,"
Velleman said.
However, Velleman said "the
defining element of higher education
is it involves a connection between
teaching and research." Velleman
said he feels computers can help in
this relationship.
Even though the forum did not
answer all the questions about the
"virtual university," biology Prof.
Thomas Moore said these discus-
sions are necessary.
"Technology is here, more is com-
ing. We must plan and learn to use it
well," said Moore, president of the
University chapter of AAUP. "We
have the opportunity to minimize the
problems."

PRESIDENTS
ContInued from Page 1A
University of Texas at Austin President Robert Berdahl
earns $206,000 and the former president of the University of
California, Chang-Lin Tien, earned $222,700 last year.
Baker said Bollinger's salary is in line with his duties as
University president. "He is responsible for a hugely com-
plex organization," Baker said.
Bollinger agreed that the job of president has added many
new responsibilities to his life.
"It's hard to imagine the range of issues that come up in a
single day," said Bollinger, "and the range of responsibili-
ties."
The Michigan presidential salaries do not include housing,
cars and other benefits presidents receive from the universi-
ties. Benefits range anywhere from vacation days to mem-
berships to the Detroit Club.
Bollinger receives housing at the traditional presidential
residence at 815 S. State St., a 1997 Jeep Cherokee and 25
days of vacation a year from the University.

STAMP
Continued from Page 1A
addition to this year's presentation of the stamp, the
University honors Wallenberg annually through a lecture
series in his name.
"The lectures chosen match the heroism and self-sacrifice
of Raoul," Butter said. "But no one had a role like he did in
the rescuing and hiding of the Jews."
Butter said Wallenberg is a role model for the young gen-
eration.
"We can't afford to be bystanders, to passively accept what
is going on around us," Butter said. "The essence of learning
about Wallenberg is to realize there are such people who can
make a difference."
Wallenberg disappeared while on a trip to the former
Soviet Union and was rumored to have been arrested. The
whereabouts of Wallenberg's remains are still unknown.
In 1981, President Reagan approved a special act that made
Wallenberg an honorary American citizen, the only person
besides Winston Churchill to hold this title.

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MAY-AUG. 1 BLK. from Union 726 S.
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Rent neg. Fum. Call 669-9454.
MAY-AUG. Sublet. One bdrm. huge, free
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NYC 2 BDRM. APT. avail. July and August.
Call 212-477-6374.
RM. IN 4 BDRM. House from May 1 to
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Nicole 7694241 mornings best.
"SPACIOUS 1 BDRM. $430/mo. Spicetree
apts. 434-2953, 973-4359.
-SPRJSU. SUBLET-Great loc.: Big dbl. (or
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r of Hill & Tappan. Prkg. spot, huge
itch. w/ dwshr., Idry. on premises, & 2 great
,apt mates. Rent neg. 820 Hill, Apt. 1. For
^more info call Beth @995-9065.
SPRJSUM. SUBLET at 1320 S. University.
Lg.rm. in 2 bdrm. apt. $ neg. May-Aug. A/C,
balc., fully fum. 669-0255.
'SPRING OR SUMMER Sublet: 3 Bedroom
apt. Plenty of space, parking spotlaundry, A/
C. 5 mm. walk to Central Campus. 909
-Church St. The Abbey rent neg.
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET- 7 bdrms., A/
C, close to Central Campus & CCRB, fully
m., wshr./dryer, prkg. avail., rent. neg. Call
-,7377.
SUB.-$269 MO. Apr. thm. Jun. Jul. & Aug.
$150 if desired. 913-6662 Adam.
SUBLET- 2 bdrm. unfum. apt. on Island Dr.
:une I - Aug. 31 w/ fall lease option. Free
g. Gas/water/heat incl. Rent neg. 994-
519.
SUMMER SUBLET-Central Campus. Seek-
mig great fem. to fill clean 7 bdrm. hse., ldry.,
prkg. Call Now-Jen 764-2998.
SUNNY 1 BDRM. FURN. 2 blks. from
Diag. Rent neg. 213-0739.
VERY LG. BDRM. AVAIL. May-Aug.
ry., prkg., fum. 5 min. walk to Union. Rent
Veg. Call Anne at 663-6556.
YOU CAN AFFORD
TO BE CHOOSY...
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more information, call 995-9200. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
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AIRTOUCH CELLULAR U of M Student
employee rates available. Free weekends.
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Mike or Rick 800/327-5169.
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student massages. $25/hr. Call 677-4430 to
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611 Church, Ste. 304 or call 998-7420.
A SPECIAL GIFT-We're looking for heal-
thy women between the ages 21-35 for egg
donation. All ethnic backgrounds are
encouraged. Fee paid. Send inquiries to
AARMA, P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
48106.
A. M. SNOWPLOW & Lawn Care Service
is looking for crew leaders/crew members.
Full-time or part-time. Lawn mowing/leaf
raking. Excellent benefits. No experience
required. Starting at $6.75/hr. Call 973-0930.
AAA STUDENT PAINTER earn $6-9/hour
w/ 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
Sandwich Cafe. Full and Part Time, Flexible
Hours. In Michigan Union. 669-8977.
ANNUAL KATHERINE'S CATERING
recruitment party. Thur. Apr. 10, 4 -7pm.
Call Craig/Diana for more info @ 930-4270.
APPLY TODAY
WORK TOMMORROW
LOCAL COMPANY HIRING
$400/500 wkly.
CALL NOW 677-5504
Must be 18
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:
from June 15-August 15. Must live in
Bloomfield, 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,
Aerobics, exercise, Nutrition, Tennis. 7
WEEKS. AGE 20+. 1-800-421-4321,
www.campcamelot.com

COUNSELORS, COOK, naturalist needed
at co-ed summer camp near A2. Rm., board,
salary. Call 313-878-6628 for info.
COUNSLERS: TOP BOYS AND GIRLS
SPORTS CAMP IN MAINE Get in on an
exciting, fun summer! Must have good skills,
able to instruct, coach or assist. Openings in:
Baseball, Basketball, Soccer, Tennis,
Hockey, Lax, Swim (WSI), Waterski & All
Water Sports, PLUS: Camping & Hiking,
Ropes & Climbing, Wall, SCUBA, English
Horseback Riding, Archery, Riflery, Arts &
Crafts, Martial Arts, RN's, Secretaries. Top
salaries, Awsome facilities, Rm/Bd/Ldry
Travel. Call, E-mail(cobbacamp@aol.com),
or Write: Steve Rubiln, (800)473-6104,
CAMP COBBOSSEE(kah'buh-see) 10 Si-
vermine Dr., South Salem, NY 10590.
COUNTER HELP Morning & lunch shifts
available at Tim Hortons. Meal allowance,
uniforms, clean work environment, & the op'-
portunity for advancement. Up to $6.75/hr. to
start. This employment may continue through
the summer for those who choose to stay.
Apply in person at Tim Hortons Michigan
League Bldg. 911 N. University.
Would you like to
see your name in
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Would you like to
have 40,000
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Do you like to
have fun Daily?
If yes, you
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Classified Sales Dept. of The
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available @ 420 Maynard. Due
riday, April 4, 1997. Questions?
Call 764-0557 and ask for
Adam or Monica.
CRUISE & LAND TOUR Employment -
Discover how to work in exotic locations,
meet fun people, while earning up to $2,000/
mo. in these exciting industries. Cruise In-
formation Services: 206-971-3554 Ext.
C55984.
DAYCARE NEEDS organizing, cooking,
baking, cleaning, baby care, pet care, and fun
activities. $6-8/hr. 996-4847.
EARLY CHILDHOOD Lunch assistant.
Summer job. 11:30-1:30 Mon.-Fri. May-
Aug. Assist w/lunches @ NAEYC Ac-
credited Center. 668-0887.
EARLY CHILDHOOD Part time. 3:30-5:30
Mon.-Fri. Assisting w/toddlers. May-Aug.
NAEYC Acreditied Center 668-0887.
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.
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

FEMALE FIGURE MODEL part-time
hours flexible wages negotiable contact Pat-
tems Perspectives PO Box 4242 Ann Arbor
MI 48104.
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 pool
maintenance. Top pay: $600+/wk. for self-
motivated individuals. N.W. Detroit suburbs.
Call Craig at 810/477-7727.
GOOD-LOOKING WOMEN 18+:
Attractive, photogenic, athletic women
needed for new, exciting regional calendar.
Interviews conducted April 14, 9 a.m. to 4
p m., Holiday Inn West, 7501 W. Saginaw,
Lansing. Bring photo. Successful applicants
will receive excellent pay. 517/325-1046.
GRADUATING SENIORS - Mackinac
Island's Murray Hotel needs year round
manager. Live/Work 6 months on Mackinac
Island and 6 in months Ann Arbor. Fax
resume to: 313-665-2644 or write: PO Box
7706 Ann Arbor, M 48107.
GRE/GMAT/LSAT/MCAT TEACHERS
needed. The Princeton Review seeks
dynamic individuals to teach our courses.
Call 313-663-2163.
INNKEEPER'S ASSISTANT.
Housekeeping, breakfast preparation and
serving, reservation taking. No experience
necessary. 8 a.m. to noon. $6.50/hr. .994-
9100.
LOOKING FOR SUMMER
EMPLOYMENT? Camp CAEN is hiring
students who can work June-July as dor
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@engin.umich.edu
CONGRESSIONAL
POSITIONS
Senate and House of
Representatives JOBS
Leg islative, Press, and
Administrative Opportunities
average call 5 min., must be
18 yrs. of age, touch-tone
phone required, Info-Source-
Boston, MA, 617-491-7824,
cost of call is $2.95/minute.
MODELS WANTED from Michigan. Be-
tween 6-19 to compete in this year's Miss
Detroit pageants. Over $20,000 in prizes and
scholarships. Including trip to nationals. Call
today 800/367-2125 ext. 2725.
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. High 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.
PART TIME CHILD CARE help needed.
Starting in April & May; continuing into Fall.
Top pay for experienced, early child develop-
ment & education professionals. 995-1001.
PRACTICE REPRESENTATIVE
MEDICAL CODING SPECIALIST
Career opportunities available in our Ann
Arbor office. We are a leader in Medical
Billing and we are looking for those who are
dedicated, meticulous & quick thinking.
Excellent communication and business
writing skills along with a knowledge of
human anatomy a must. 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? Interested: fax your resume
to 313-677-7407 or mail to PMG, Personnel
Coordinator, POB 1108, Ann Arbor 48106-
1108.
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-

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 and flower 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-3:0Opm
weekdays. Grounds & Waste Management Plant
Services Building (first floor)
1111 Palmer Dr. (behind the Power Center)

MUSIC MAN. need 2 tickets Sat. Apr. 19.
Call Barbara 763-9062.
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 dHARTERS. 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.

THE WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY/Hut-
zel Hospital Infertility Program is seeking
healthy women to be egg donors for infertile
couples. Participation would require frequent
office visits an dlaboratory evaluations, daily
injections, ultrasounds and a minor surgical
procedure to remove donated eggs. The en-
tire process is strictly confidential, and finan-
cial compensation for time and travel expen-
ses will be provided. For more information,
or to initiate the screening process to be an
egg donor, call Merrilie Rousseau, BS, RNC,
Program Coordinator at (810) 558-1100, ext.
4016.

UMPIRES ANN ARBOR Community
Education & Recreation needs you this spr./
sum. open youth baseball. 5/5/97-6/13/97.
Adult softball 5/3/97-7/31197. Rec. Youth
baseball 6/14/97-8/1/97. Pay $17 to $22 per
game. Call 994-2300 ext 214 for more info.
EOF.
UNIVERSITY CATERING/Training clas-
ses starting now for waitstaff -' FIT, PIT -
Flexible Hours - Great $ - Reliable In-
dividuals Only! - Call 764-2142 and leave a
message.
FULL-TIME SUMMER
TEACHING POSITIONS
$450-500 PER WEEK
Reading Enrichment Programs for
children of all ages and adults.
Graduate students and graduating
seniors from any discipline who
love books and reading are eligible
to apply. We are seeking people
with warmth, intellectual authority,
and a commitment to high personal
standards. Previous teaching expe-
rience (with adults or children) is
valuable, though not required. We
provide a paid, comprehensive
training program to equip you for
reading instruction. Requires an
undergraduate degree and a reliable
car.
(313) 665-8934
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 GROUNDS KEEPERS for the
Mich. Union. Work part time hrs. until fall.
Flexible 763-5791 Matthew Biggs. Fill out
app. @ 1310 Mich. Union immed. positions
avail.
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 Faii start at $6.50-7/hr.
Applicants should be neat in appear-
ance w/ good driving record. Apply
today at 719 W. Ellsworth #8
(1 Biock West of State St) 3 4
8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. or call 663-3343
WANTED: UM Student for employment
S ring/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.

lf you haven't
yet, but want to be a
Who part of the UJA Because
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1429 Hill Street
INTRODUCTORY ZEN MEDITATION
course, 5 Thurs. eves. starts 4/10. Yoga class
6 Tues. eves. begins 4/8. one day meditation
retreat 4/26. Sunday services: morning
meditation 9:30, afternoon meditation &
chanting 5 pm. Talks follow, all are welcome.
Zen Buddhist Temple. 1214 Packard, at
Wells 769-6520.
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PHILIPPIAES BUSINESS EXPANSION.
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can benefit financially. Call Gene after 4 pm
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2 BDRM. FURN. at 1700 Geddes Hill for 2-
3, prkg., heat and water, dry. Fall 1997. N-
smkg. fem. grad. pref. Central emps.
sacious. Alison616/337-7437.
FEMALE ROOMATE NEEDED for Fall.
97.411 E. Williams. Call 741-1750.

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hrs. from NYC-Boston. Call Greylock for
boys 1-800-842-5214/Romaca for airls 1-

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