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The Michigan Daily - Monday. Seotember 15. 1997 - 7A

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Eov. Engler prepares for
'98 re-election campaign

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ANSING, Mich. (AP) - When First Lady Michelle
ler announced in June that her husband planned to run
again, the governor's spokesperson said John Engler planned
to enjoy the summer before starting on his re-election bid.
Well, summer's about over.
And John Engler, who has'had an uncanny ability to plot
winning campaigns since his student days at Michigan State
University, appears ready to tap into those talents again.
If the pace of recent weeks is any indication, Engler is
thriwing himself into winning a third term with the same
determination he brought to unseating Democratic Gov. Jim
Blnchard in 1990.
Vhis past week he held 12 - count 'em, 12 - news con-
tefeces around the state talking about how roads will be
improved with money from the 4.cents added to the state

gasoline tax.
The week before that, it was a visit to a Lansing elemen-
tary school to talk about the benefits of more equitable
school funding and a chance to stand on the Capitol steps
with the Stanley Cup and Detroit Red Wings owners and
players as he pushed for "no use, no excuse" on drug use
among students.
As this week kicks off, the governor plans to be in Holland
today to crow about how well Project Zero has moved people
off welfare in Ottawa County, and to announce six new
Project Zero sites.
A Friday news release announcing the Project Zero news
conference notes that "NBC Nightly News was in Michigan
this week covering the story," just in case no one thinks a
Project Zero news conference is a big deal.

CLASSES
Coltinued from Page 1A
letme into another section because of
a French conflict," Dudnick said. "My
counselor just said, 'Let's see how
d a politician you are,' when I
scheduled."
'One student who was unable to
ge, into an introductory English
class said she is now worried her

writing skills for
not be up to par.

other courses will

"I was disappointed I couldn't get
into any English," said LSA first-
year student Erin White. "I don't
know what to expect from college
writing."
However, the University does
have resources open for students
worried about writing papers.
"There are (English Composition
Board) teachers available to help

students with papers in Angell Hall,
and even in some dorms," Leverich
said.
Leverich suggested that students
who were unable to enroll in all of
the courses they wanted attend
classes to see if spots open up even-
tually.
She also encouraged students to
be aggressive when manipulating
future schedules and making future
scheduling plans.

SARA STILLMAN/Daily'
Members of AFSCME, the University Hospital service worker's union, picket outside of Michigan Stadiumn before the
Michigan-Colorado game Saturday. Members of the AFSCME bargaining team came up with one proposal addressing sick
days, vacation time and benefits. The proposal was voted down by the 2,500 union members Wednesday.

SPIRIT
Continued from Page 1A
Goss spoke about his memories as a Michigan defensive
tackle and his pride in being a Wolverine once again.
"When I heard the band play 'The Victors,' I just knew I
was ready to put on my uniform. Of course, it didn't fit,"
Goss said.
Some fans also participated in a game where they could
win Nike merchandise by throwing a football through an
innertube. Other students jumped in the sand volleyball court
for prizes.
LSA first-year student Josh Calhoun preformed a swan
dive into the sand to win himself a Michigan hat.
"I'm a spirit-filled guy. I'll do anything," Calhoun said.
Goss introduced Head Football Coach Lloyd Carr, who
said he was counting on enthusiastic fans in addition to his
team players.
"I want you to know what I expect from you. The last year
we went out to Colorado ... and when we got the ball down
near the student section, we couldn't hear. And tomorrow
afternoon in Michigan Stadium, when we get the ball in the
north end of the stadium, I want to make sure they don't hear
anything either," Carr said.
Captains Jon Janson and Eric Mayes also spoke and
encouraged fans to be as loud as possible. They also said
that there's nowhere they'd rather be than Michigan sta-
dium.
Fans said the rally was an exciting introduction to another

"There should be more
people here; the spirit is
gone Not like the 60's.
- Michelle Stanford
University alumnae
season of Michigan football.
"It's my first time in Michigan. I'm an international stu-
dent. I'm from India. It feels great to be here; it makes you
feel like part of the University, said LSA first-year student
Chaitamya Kejniwal.
University alumnae Michelle Stanford offered a slightly
less enthusiastic viewpoint.
"There should be more people here; the spirit is gone. Not
like the 60's," she said.
There was even a University student in the audience
who admitted to being a Colorado fan, although he
wouldn't openly advertise his preference for Saturday's
contest.
"I want to see how pumped up the fans would get. I want
to see if they have a lot of school spirit,' said LSA junior.
Rafael Aguirre.
Branton Cole, Alpha Delta Phi vice president, was in
charge of organizing the event.
"Everyone was enthusiastic. It was a great turnout;' Cole
said. "Coach Carr was particularly inspirational."

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SPECIAL GIFT-We're looking for healthy
women between the ages 21-35 for egg
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S E'S LUNCH. Waitress needed for
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STUCCHI'S-BEST ICE CREAM in A2
needs energetic, honest, hard working part
timeys or full timers. Competitive wages &
flei R sheulig.Appl at all locations.
ST NTEMPLOYEES needed at Cris-
ler. Arena for event staffing, set up, tear
down, & some cleaning. $5.50/hr. to start.
Cal Lisa at 998-7236.
STDENTS
Ew ers Club Dining is hiring for fall term
$W; to start. Catering opportunities. Meal
bedofits. Apply in person or call 764-1115.
55t. S. State St. (corner of State and S.
University).
TEMPORARY DELIVERY POSITION
AVAILABLE Drivers are needed to deliver
construction material on U of M campus.
Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Pay rate of $6.75 per hour. Valid drivers
license is required. Applicant must not have
any lifting restrictions. Vehicle will be
provided. Fill out application at: 326 E.
Hoover, U of M Plant Contracting Group
office located behind U of M Football
S dium. Phone 936-0264.
BLUE FRONT is hiring! Be casual,
dependable and smart. Apply in person, 701
Packard. Thanks.
TYPIST PART-TIME, accurate,
dependable, people-oriented. Call Pat 994-
5515.
WANTED
Student to provide administrative support &
assist faculty who are learning to use
technology. Must be familiar with Web
authoring, MS Office, Mac OS & Win 95 as
well as UM computing environment. 10-15
hours/week (flexible). Call 647-7406 for
r& information, or stop by the Faculty
E etatory in Room 206 Graduate Library
(second floor) and pick up an application.
WANTED: MATH TEACHER part-time
afternoon & eve., Brighton, 810-229-4844.
WANTED: ORDER PULLER. $9.34/hr.
Starts at 4 p.m. for VSA of Michigan, 8979
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WORK STUDY STUDENTS.
Lawyers Club Dining is hiring for fall tern.
$7-$8 to start. Catering opportunities. Meal
benefits. Apply in person or call 764-1115.
551 S. State St. (corner of State and S.
R STUDY OFFICErpositions at Stu-
dent Publications. We're looking for
punctual, energetic students for assisting with
some or all of mail, phones, filing, cash
receipts, library, database coordination.
Various hrs. available. Pay $5.90 to $6.75 per
hr. Call for information or apply at 764-0550,
210E Student Publications.
WORK STUDY position avail. in Romance
Languages. Must not be taking Elem. French
or Spanish. Competitive wage. Call Judi 763-
08, 4105 MLB.
SK-STUDY STUDENTS: Looking for
iety of work experiences? Flexible
hours. Computer skills (word processing,
data-entry) a plus. Will train. Positions avail-
ablE in conference planning, publications,
membership, and general office. Off-campus
offi-e. Own transportation necessary. Free
Paing. Contact Heidi or Peg at: 998.7832
to schedule an interview.
YES, HIRING NOW!
Pal trainin#. talk on the telephone, never

record. Generous salary. Call 995-0560.
AFTER SCHOOL CHILD CARE for 3
great kids. 2-3 aftemoons 3:30-6. Own car,
non-smoker. Call 995-5348.
AFTER SCHOOL Childcare/transporation,
light housekeeping needed. 996-0550.
AFTERSCHOOL CHILD CARE for 7 yr.
old girl. 3:30 - 6:00pm, 2-3 afternoons per
wk. $7/hr call 769-5658.
BABYSITTER NEEDED: delightful 3 & 5
yr. old boys, Bums park area. Mon a.m.,
Wed. a.m., every other Thur. 5:30-8, wknd.
times. $7/hr. Car needed. Call 663-1455 if
avail. any of these times.
BABYSITTER NEEDED Tues. 8 a.m.-2
p.m. Occasional eves. & wknds. Ref. req.,
close to campus. Call Kathy 668-2467.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for one-year-old.
Occasional eves, and wknds. References a
must. Call 930-1525.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for 1-2 children,
15 mo. and 4 yr. old girls. Will work around
your schedule. Must have own trans. Ex-
perience pref. Call 429-8470.
BABYSITTER NEEDED occasionally for
pre-school boy. Own car, experience. Call
Sally at 665-2309.
CHILD CARE NEEDED FOR two boys
ages 2 & 5. 15 hours/week. Flexible hours. 1
mile from campus. 761-1306.
CHILD CARE NEEDED Tues. & Thurs. 3-
5:30 pm. Experience p referred. References
required. Call Cheryl 975-0434.
CHILD CARE FOR 3 young, very active
kids. Mon. & Wed. 5:30-8PM & some wknd.
hrs. NE A2, must have car. $8/hr. Call Cindy
w/ refs. 663-0191.
CHILD CARE.- Eleven year old. Own
transportation helpful but not required.
Sporadic evenings and weekend hours. $6.50
to start. Tolerance for birds, cats and large
dog a must. 741-4874.
CHILD CARE Ann Arbor West-side home,
2 children ages 10 & 6. Weds. eves. 6:30-10
p.m. n-smkr., refs. 662-8225.
CHILDCARE FOR INFANT TWINS in
Saline home, Part-time, flex. hrs., reference
required. 313-429-8444
EARLY CHILDHOOD substitutes needed.
Work according to your availability with
young children in a fun environment. Call Pat
at St. Paul's Early Childhood Center 668-
0887.
INFANT CARE wanted for 7 mo. old in
Bums Park home. Hours flex. 995-9742.
LOVING RESPONSIBLE SITTER needed
for 2 delightful kids ages 2 & 4. Intelligence,
professionalism & ref. req. Need to enjoy
playing & laughing. 747-8406.,
m-',' Child'Care Providers:
( Full-time
" Part-time
" Occasional babysitting
r}k $7/hr. and up
CALL CHILD CARE SOLUTIONS
(313) 668-6882
Positions in private homes.
Child care references required.
Will CPR train qualified applicants.
Must be 18 yrs. or older.
NANNY NEEDED: Enthusiastic, loving,
and experienced person to provide care in
our home to two children ages 1 year and 1
month. Must be a non-smoker and be able to
provide own transportation. Competitive
salary. Hours Mon-Fri., 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
References required. Call eves. 313-426-
1950.
PROFESSIONAL COUPLE seeking
responsible student for child care, light
cooking. 4pm-7pm M-F. Experience with in-
fants and own transportation required. $8.50/
hr. 662-9491.
SITTER NEEDED for two children 5 1/2
and 14 months. Weekends and occasional
weeknights. Good pay. 761-7291.

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Travel 665-6122.
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reps. Lowest rates to Jamaica, Mexico &
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SPRING BREAK! Free travel/highest
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parties, drinks & eats! FRee info packet.
Sunsplash Tours 1-800-426-7710.
STUDENTS Purchase your tickets with Con-
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Travel 209S. State St. 665-6122.
WANTED 2 TICKETS for Univ. of Mich./
Mich. State game. Call 810-229-4844.
WANTED: 2 TICKETS for UM vs. Ohio
State. Not in student section. 930-2965.
WOLVERINE NEEDS 3 TICKETS to
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collect at (818) 362-9350 after Noon Sun. or
11 vam. other days.
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Info. Rush Meeting
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Free pizza & pop!
INFORMATIONAL MEETING for those
interested in becoming a U-M mens basket-
ball manager. Thurs. Sept 18 @ 7pm at Cris-
ler Arena.
PARKING NEEDED on Central campus.
Please call 769-0885.

BOXES
Continued from Page 1A
I'm going to Michigan.' Now I feel like
such a part of everything. I bought this
Michigan shirt before I came here and I
am going to call my parents tonight.
Linnane heard the news from her
roommate Friday morning. Her room-
mate, who also was invited, didn't
accept the offer, so Linnane's best
friend, Kristina Wheaton from home-
town Rochester Hills, attended instead.
"It is such a wonderful opportuni-
ty," said Wheaton, an Engineering
first-year student. "Everybody is so
nice. People who we don't even know
were talking to us. Everybody is
cheering really loud ... and there is
free food."
Wheaton and the other students didn't
need to venture out to the concession
stands to buy hot dogs or the individual
Pizza Hut pizzas.
Instead, a large assortment of food,
which included reuben sandwiches, hot
dogs and fruit, was provided for the stu-
dents in the boxes.
Also, the students did not have to
worry about being tossed around and

squeezed into packed rows. When
they wanted to sit down, movie-the-
atre-like seats were there for the tak-
ing.
Goss said there will be no such thing
as split-season tickets next year.
"Let me guarantee you one thing,"
Goss said. "In football, we won't make
this decision next year."
Goss said he had other solutions in
mind besides the split-season package,
but the tickets already had been sent out.
Before inviting students to his box, he
originally thought he would make room
for members of the visiting teams or the
media.
"There's always a few spots," Goss
said. "My commitment was to not use
those spots if there are some freshmen
available to come to these games
because I wanted them here."
LSA first-year student Emily Kidle
said she was extremely happy to be
there. The Ann Arbor native, who
received a phone call Friday morn-
ing, attended her second home foot-
ball game Saturday. But it was quite
different than her first experience.
Kidle, like everyone else in Goss's
box, had the opportunity to meet

Bollinger and the athletic director.
Kidle told her friends about her gold
en opportunity, but she did not tell one
important person.
"I didn't tell my brother because -
know he would be a little jealous," Kidle
said, pointing to the stands below. "He'll
be down there somewhere."
Bollinger said he is upset that many
students who wanted full-season tickets
were unable to get them.
"It's something that should not hap
pen again;' Bollinger said. "Since first-
year students could not get tickets to all
the games, I thought I would invite five
of them to sit with me."
First-year students will continue to be
chosen at random to sit in the boxes dur-
ing the remaining six home games, said
Chacona Johnson, Bollinger's chief of
staff.
"We are going to do this every game,"
Johnson said, adding that the amount of
students invited "will depend game to
game."
"Next week is (Bollinger's) inaugurag
tion and there will be a lot of out-of-
town guests," she said. "But we will try-
to invite as many students as we can -
at least four a game:'

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION!
Roommates needed to share 5 bdrm. hse.
near Business School. 662-0070.

HIGH QUALITY Afford. band wanted for
Halloween party. Call Julian 930-2745.

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