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E en Clinton was elected in 1992,
Primus said there was a new vision of
MTe notion was we would do even
bttr," Primus said.
SUi with the election of a Republican
- oess, Primus said, Clinton felt a
large amount of political pressure tot
deform the welfare system.
tfhe political people in the White
,House were worried that if Clinton
vetoed a welfare bill for the third time,
it could cost hint the election," Primus
"sjd."His political and substance advis-
,a were split."
"v1mmigration welfare reform tops the
I ft 6f the bill's components with which
Ptim s disagrees most.
"The single worst provision banned
migrants from any benefits," Primus
said-"There was a lot of immigrant-
bashing going on. But non-refugee
immigrants use of most welfare pro-
rams is below the level of usage by
Primus said, however, many immi-
grants are being naturalized to receive

benefits.
Currently, Primus said, the long-
lasting effects of the bill cannot be
seen.
"The true impact of the bill will
show when a recession hits," Primus
said.
Primus also noted faults in the struc-
ture of the welfare system.
"Our welfare system is very sexist,"
Primus said. "We ask the mother to do
everything."
But Primus found a few positive
aspects of the legislation.
"It's hard for me to argue that
Michigan is being shorted right now on
child care funding because of the bill,"
Primus said.
Some audience members said that
while the discussion was informative
about the policy issues involved, it
did not provide them with many
solutions.
"Because it's so difficult to under-
stand what's going on, it makes it
hard for students to know what to do
to help," said LSA first-year student
Heidi Lubin. "I came out of here
with some ideas, but not with clear
objectives of what I could do to
help."

LANGUAGE
Continued from Page 1
enthusiastic if the teacher is enthusiastic
with the subject," Lopez-Grigera said.
"They receive the feeling of the teacher."
The report also focused on improving
language instruction within the depart-
ment of romance languages and litera-
ture.
"The committee feels strongly that the
teaching of large introductory courses
must be seen as a priority," Schoem said,
citing that 60 percent of LSA students
study romance languages.
The report suggested that LSA create
a language program for students rather
than offer a series of unconnected lan-
guage courses. It cited the German
department's 232 classes, which are
based on themes like science or mystery.
"We think that students should be
presented with a coherent language
study," Schoem said.
Paulson said his department has
made plans to offer more thematic
courses next fall.
Other recommendations include
expanding spring and summer course
options and revising the language
placement test.

FUNDRAISING
Continued from Page 1.
President for University Relations
Walter Harrison.
As a result of the new funds, LSA
faculty will see 10 new faculty
awards and the endowment of more

"It's really nice to have units exceed
their fundraising goals because it gives
them the feeling that they have some
money to use for their own goals,"
Dunn said.
The money also will be used to fund
part of the new humanities building and
has already been used to restore arti-

department
chairs, includ-
ing one in
mathematics.
Goldenberg
praised the fac-
ulty for the
campaign's
success.
"The faculty

The faculty
have just been so
instrumental..
- Edie Goldenberg
LSA dean

facts in the
Kelsey Museum.

have just been
so instrumental
in the campaign," Goldenberg said.
"They have been the source of the
innnovative programming ideas that
have received the funding in the cam-
paign."
Chemistry Prof. Thomas Dunn, out-
going chair of the Senate Advisory
Committee on University Affairs, said
individual departmental fundraising
allows the faculty to see the profits
more directly.

among the alumni who choose to sup-
port the University that they love,"
Kinnear said.
Harrison said funds will further the
University's efforts to improve under-
graduate eduation.
"It's clear that we're emphasizing
undergraduate education and the liberal
arts and that's why, for me personally,
it's so great to see support for LSA,"
Harrison said.

-NC 2 BDRM. API'. avail. July and August.
Ca;12-477-6374.
ONE BEDROOM APT. Close to central
"1pus near Law and B-schools. Prkg. incl.,
fally fum. Call Mike @ 213-5254.
RM. IN 3 BDRM. APT. to share. Packard &
Division, male or female. $320/mo. Call 668-
11;) or 997-9503.
OOMS AVAIL. 720 Arbor. May-Aug. 8
., pf , a/c, Idry. Female only. Rent
S -0546.
SICK OF LOOKING for a sublet? Come
see our apt. & look no longer! Great loc. per-
:* fr 2-3 newly renovated fully fum. ldry.
~.k 650/mo. 997-9336.
SPACIOUS 1 BDRM. $430/mo. Spicetree
41s. 434-2953, 973-4359.
SRJSU. SUBLET-Great loc.: Big dbl. (or
gigantic sgl.) in a spacious, fully-fum. apt. on
, orner of Hill & Tappan. Prkg. spot, huge
kich. v/ dwshr., Idry. on premises, & 2 great
q mates. Rent neg. 820 Hill, Apt. 1. For
oreinfo call Beth @995-9065.
5PR tJSUM. SUBL ET 1-2 bdrm. in 6 bdrm.
hS. Great loc. central campus. Prkg. at hse,
.,dwshr., 2 fridges, rent neg. Call Aaron
10007.
SPRING/SUMMER: Rent a 2 bdrm. apt.
'Th Abbey. Huge space, A/C, ldry., prkg.,
ftrnIthed. Rent neg. Call 663-0516.
'SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET- 1700
9ddes. 2 bdrm. 2 bathroom. kitch., TV
'oon. Balcony, 2 prkg. spaces. l~ry. &
workout facility. near CCRB. Joel 769-0992.
STUIlO NEAR DOWNTOWN Lg. kitch.,
-twin, hardwood fir., prkg. May-Aug.
/o. 747.6064-.
SPB.-$269 MO. Apr. thmz. Jun. Jul. & Aug.
$150-if desired. 913-6662 Adam.
SUBLEASE: APRIL-AUG. 1 room in
house at 1114 White St. $200.00/month. Rent
negotiable. 741-1520.
Spj ET NEAR MED CTR., Kroger, bus
line. I bdrm./1 bath May 5-June 30, A/C.
.Quiet. Call 913-4870 Price neg.
SUBLET- 2 bdmi. unfum. apt. on Island Dr.
June 1 - Aug. 31 w/ fall lease option. Free
Gas/water/heat incl. Rent neg. 994-
~Sk.'
.UMMER SUBLET-Central Campus. Seek-
igeat fem. to fill cean 7 bdnn. hse., Idry.,
P Call Now-Jen 764-2998.
SUMMER SUBLET Now-Aug. 3 Bdrm.
Calt Mark at 475-6045.
SUNNY 1 BDRM. FURN. 2 blks. from
Diag-aRent neg. 213-0739.
SUNNY 2 BDRM. APT. w/prkg. hard wood
firs. gas & H2O incl. storage, ldry. in bldg.
Porch tool $750/best. On Catherine St. Call
769-9935.
YOU CAN AFFORD
TO BE CHOOSY.
WD..,Once you've seen what Wilson White has
to r for spring/summer leases. You can
choose a fully furnished apartment with A/C.
balqJy, laundry, parking, and more. For
more information, call 995-9200. Equal
Homing Opportunity.
services
!AAHH! THINK MONEY-Find sources of
od pay for college, it's there. TechLink
Systems msg. 973-8719 x112.
* SANDI'S WORD PRO: Resumes. Letters.
Papers. Theses. Law. Editing. Tapes. Fax.
Rush. U-M $ Discount. 426-5217.
A-1 ALTERATIONS expert repairs-
- 10 years e- sp-
cia1 off. 621 E. Wiliam9 322.
AIRTOUCH CELLULAR U of M Student
and employee rates available. Free weekends.
e be at the Union April 7-10. Call
e or Rick 800/327-5169.
ANN ARBOR INSTITUTE of Massage
thep's daily student clinic is avail or
uthfit massages. $25/hr. Call 677-4430 to
snaketan apps.
A'tENTION ALL STUDENTSM!! Grants,
ictolrships, aid available from sponsors!!!
No repayments, ever!!! $$$Cash for college
S$9for info.: 800/243-2435.
COLLEGE FINANCIAL AID - Student
Financial Services profiles over 200,000+ in-
dividual scholarships, grants, loans, and fel-
owships-fO n e ment funding
sources. A MUY FOR CO NGE - -SEEKING
FREE MONEY FOR COLLEGEI 1-800-472-
9575 Ext. F55984.
DIAMOND BRITE RESUMES High
quality resume str ice at the lowest price
guaranteed. 313-480-1865.

NEED HELP WITH English Composition?
Former professor of English. Tutoring. 761-
3427.
PROFESSIONAL DRY CLEANING,
storage available. 715 N. Univ. Call 662-
1906.
WRITE ON...
Writing, editing & word processing
996-0566.

$$ IS YOUR SUMMER JOB average? Set
yourself apart this summer. Get paid what
you're worth. Gain serious practical
experience. Travel! Call 973-7443.
$1500 WEEKLY potential mailing our
circulars. For info call 301-429-1326.
$500/WK. Summer Internships
Placing All Majors/Eam 3 Credits
Call 975-9817.
5 WORKSTUDY JOBS for Spring/ummer
team, English Dept., office work, $6/hr., call
Jody or Vicki 764-6330.
AAA STUDENT PAINTER eam $6-9/hour
w/ Ann Arbor's most successful team! Call
662-0747.
ADDITIONAL WAITSTAFF NEEDED
lunches/commencement. Apply in person at
University Club, first floor UM Union.
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:OOpm
weekdays. Grounds & Waste Management Plant
Services Building (first floor)
1111 Palmer Dr. (behind the Power Center)
ANN ARBOR COMPANY seeks highly
motivated, positive students to join our rapid-
ly growing organization. Part tume with the
possibility to increase hours. Min. 20 hours/
week. Great client account team and profes-
sional development opportunities. Casual of-
fice environment. Flexible hours including
evenings. Call Colleen at 668-8148 x103,
write to info@second-to-none.com or visit us
on the Web at www.second-to-none.com for
more details.
ANNUAL KATHERINE'S CATERING
recruitment party.Thur. Apr. 10, 4 prn-7prn.
Call Craig/Diana for more info @ 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:
from June 15-August 15. Must live in
Bloomfield, Novi, Farmington, or adjacent
areas. Willoway Da Camp, 810/932-2123 or
e-mail willowaydc aol.corn.
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.campcameltt.Lcom
CAMP COUNSELORS NEEDED
Opportunities avail. at CYO Boys and Girls
Camps near Port Sanilac, MI. Dates of
employment are June 17-Aug. 2. Must be at
least 17. Call 800/547-CAMP.
COUNSELOR POSITIONS: Openings in
all team & individual sports, also Waterfront-
Art-Drama-RN's-Competitive sellers. Lo-
cated Berkshire Mts. of Massachusetts -2112
hrs. from NYC-Boston. Call Greylock for
boys 1-800-842-5214/Romaca for girls 1-
888-2-ROMACA.
COUNSELORS, COOK, naturalist needed
at co-ed summer cam p near A2. Rm., board,
salary. Call 313-8786628 for info.
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 or those who choose to stay.
Apply in person at Tun Hortons Michigan
League Bldg. 911 N. University.

DAYCARE NEES organmzg, cooking,
baking, cleaning, baby care, pet care, and fun
activities. $6-8/hr. 996-4847.
DO YOU KNOW ALL About computers?
Put that knowledge to work for youl Ann Ar-
bor Computer sales & service center seeks
knowledgeable sales assoc. Flexible hrs. Part/
full time (9-5:30) Pay based on experience.
($8-1l/hr.) Location is close to campus! Call
Performance Personnel 668,6933.
EARLY CHILDHOOD Substitutes needed
for Spring & Summer. Work according to
your availability. Working with children un-
der age 5. Call 668-0887.
ENTHUSIASTIC, FRIENDLY people
needed for fast-paced, first class tanning
salon. Apply @ Tanfastic, 627 S. Main St.
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.
Need Experience?
Any SEX Painters Needed
have fun working outside with oils and latex.
Earn bonuses for good performance. Training provided.
salary rages from S7-10 per hour. Positions available
statewide: CALL College Pro Painters
1-888-27779787
FULL & PART-TIME accounting
positions! Several Ann Arbor companies
looking for entry level & experienced clerks.
Duties include accts. pay/rec. numeric data
entry & spreadsheet application. Temp. &
temp-to-perm. Pay based upon experience
($7-8.50/hr.) Call Performance Personnel for
more info. 668-6933 Call to make an
appointment.
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 1S+:
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, MI 48107.
HELP WANTED: Kennel Help part-time.
Immediate opening. Call 313/665-0731 from
9 a.m. to6p.m.
INNKEEPER'S ASSISTANT.
Housekeeping, breakfast preparation and
serving, reservation taking. No experience
necessary. 8 a.m. to noon. $6.50/hr. 994-
9100.
INTERESTED IN WORKING w/ children?
Be a day camp counselor - male students,
teachers. Program is child-centered, not
competitive. Trans. provided from N. Shore
Chicago suburbs. 847/537-9700. Circle M
Day Camp, Wheeling Illinois.
INTERNET INTERNSHIPS in
Washington! Marketing, journalism, web
design, PR, research! Call Ben 202/408-0008
or interns@interactivehq.org
LABORER GENERAL (UM Students
Only)
UHS - Building Operations, 207 Fletcher St.
Supervisor: Katherine Maheras, 764-4448
DUTIES: Complete bldg. repair/maint. re-
uests and misc from staff.
UALIFICATIONS: Experience using typi-
cal hand tools. No lifting restricts.
HOURS: 10-20 per wk., Flexible, Mon.-Fri.
between 8-5.
PAY: Varies per experience.

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT/PROJECT
MANAGERPrmiere landscape design/build
firm, we offe a career path with top wages,
benefits and growth. Fax resume 810-349-
8556.
LIFEGUARDS & WSI"S
Part-time/full-time, outdoor pools, 5/23 to 9/
1/97, must be 18 yrs. old, current ARC
certification, flexible hours, good pay. Apply
Ann Arbor Realty, 616 Church St. Ann
Arbor.
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@engin.umich.edu
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 - t
through Fal start at $650-7!hr.
Appicants should be neat in appear-
ance w/ good drivin record. Apply
today at 719 W. Eilsworth #8
(1 Block West of state St.)
8:30 a.m-4 p m or cal 663-3343
LOOP LAW FIRM seeks full-time litigation
paralegal with exceptional computer, com-
munication and organizational skills. Ex-
perience with windows-based applications
preferred. Bachelor's degree required. Salary
commensurate with experience. Excellent
benefits. Send resume, college transcript and
salary requirements to: Paralegal Recritment
Coordinator, 70 West Madison, Suite 1505,
Chicago, IL 60602.
NEW COMPANY- Nannies needed. Start-
ing pay is $6/hr. Call Sandy 975-9427.
NOW HIRING PAINTERS for summer
help. 40+ hrs./wk. No experience necessary.
$8-12/hr. Quality Associates Painting 313/
332-5928.
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
Arborfi e.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/Overmight
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-
Boys-1800/753-9118. DANBEE-Girls-1800/
392-3752.
STUDENTS! Need summer job?
Small firm seeks data entry, lit production,
& customer service people. F/r, PI, a.m./
p.m., weekends. $5-6/hr. May, June, & July.
Call 677-3400 M-F 10-5.
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT. Student Ac-
tivities & Leadership is looking for students
to act as facilitators during summer orienta-
tion sessions on co-curricular involvement.
12-15 hrs./wk. (paid) June 9 to Aug. 8. App.
due 4/14. Stop by 2209 MI Union or call
763-5900 for info.

WAITSTAFF NEEDED FOR
GRADUATION WEEKEND!
S8-$SIWhourl
University Catering/Pierpont Commons
Friday May 2nd and Saturday May 3rd, 1997
Call 142 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.
WORK STUDY STUDENT (valid status):
Various office-typ duties in the Medical
Center. Call Liz Cole at 936-5504.
child care
ABLE CHILDCARE 3 aftemoons, 5 & 8 yr.
old boys. Exp., ref. Increased summer hrs.
663-3482.
CHILD CARE-MY HOME Mon./Tues./
Wed. evenings. References required. 487-
2980.
MOTHER'S HELPER N. Campus area, full
or part-time, flex. hrs., newbom twins. 994-
3153.

P/T EVE. sitter for west side A2 home. Non-
smkr. Own trans. Ref. req. 665-2613.

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PROFESSIONAL COUPLE seeks
enthusiastic, responsible, warm individual for
part-time, in-home care of 8 mo. old. Mid-
April start. 6 hrs./day. 995-9557.
RESPONSIBLE, EXP. individual to provide
after-school child care for 10 yr.old in my
home. 3-4 days/wk. Poss. F/T hrs. for
summer. Ref. req. 747-8960.

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