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NOW HIRING!! Gross Electric, an electri-
cal distributor of lamps, light fixtures, and
supplies, has part time and full time employ-
ment opportunities in showroom sales, cus-
tomer service, building maintenance, and
warehousing. Interested applicants must have
experience with direct customer contact, dis-
jypositive attitude and willingness to help
IWA and work as part of a team. Positions
also require good organizational ability and
follow through on tasks. If interested, apply
in person or submit resume to: GROSS
ELECTRIC, INC., 2232 S. Industrial Hwy,
Ann Arbor, MI 48104.
OFFICE ASST. part time. Mac intelligent,
bookkeeping, customer service, inventory.
Flexible hrs. 973-2948.
OFFICE POSITIONS AVAIL. Work Study
& non-work study. Mornings & 3-5 P.M
Mn.- Fri. Provide program assistance,
ptbcopying compute/word processing
, answering phone, & errands. Salary
rting from $5/hr. Call Sue at 763-6939.
PART-TIME WORK STUDY positions
avail. in a friendly working environment &
flex. hours. 647-7402. Project Community/
Serve.
PART-TIME SALES POSITIONS. Learn-
g Epress. An exciting specialty toy store,
is. seeking part-time sales associates for our
new Ann Arbor location. Applicants must be
energetic, outgoing and be willing to perform
various duties including assisting customers,
merchandising, and restocking. Some sales
gjprience helpful. call 995-4353 for an ap-
paon and more information. Ask for
PATIENT RECRUITMENT coordinator
for genetics research. Duties include contac-
ting patients and doctors, coordinating
appointments, handling large mailings, and
performing associated office work. Excellent
communication skills req. 20-40 hrs./wk., $6-
10h depending upon qualifications. Call
936-7509.
PERSON WANTED TO OWN and to
operate retail candy shop in Ann Arbor area.
Low investment. For information call Mrs.
Burden's Gourmet Candy Company, Fort
(th, TX. 817)-332-9792.
PHOTOGRAPHER, Protrait, Experienced
only. 313-591-9359.
RENNAISANCE CLOTHIER is now in-
te viewing for part-time openings. The posi-
tions. are both immediate & for the near
future. Contact Dave Gilbert 769-8511.
SALES PERSONS Weekend work for Com-
puter Hardware Company. Computer ex-
perience mandatory. Call 761-1698 extension
one or FAX resume to 313-669-8485.
SALES PERSONS For Computer Hardware
ny. Computer Experience Helpful.
Flexible Schedule. Call Mr. Joseph 313-761-
& ext. one or FAX resume to 313-669-
SCOREKEEPERS is now hiring part-time
cook for fall & winter terms. No experience
needed but helpful. Flexible hours, great so-
cial atmosphere. Apply today at 310
Maynard next to Kinkos. Ask for Mat 995-
0100.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for an infer-
tity clinic. Male students or grads. 20-40
yrs. old are sought. Donors are paid $60 er
acceptable donation. Write APRL, P.O. ox
2674. Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
CIAL GIFT-We're looking for healthy
maenbetween the ages 21-35 for egg
oation. All ethnic backgrounds are
epeouraged. Fee paid. Send inquiries to
AARMA P.O. Box 2674, Ann Ao, MI
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STUCCHI'S-BEST ICE CREAM in A2
needs energetic, honest, hard working part
timers or full timers. Competitive wages &
flexible scheduling. Apply at all locations.
!&UDENT CUSTODIANS wanted for Fall/
W ter 1997-98. Good physical condition:
cleaning, lifting, odd jobs. Students
enthusiastic, punctual and flexible will
receive top consideration. Good working
conditions. Good pay. Must be available 8:15
a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Tues. and Thurs. Work
Study welcome but not required. Apply now.
Call 764-0550 or stop by room 210A Student
Publications, 420 Maynard Street.
STUDENT EMPLOYEES needed at Cris-
ler Arena for event staffing, set up, tear
down, & some cleaning. $5.50/hr. to start.
LalLisa at 998-7236.
Lawyers Club Dining is hiring for fall term
$7-8 to start Catering opportunities. Meal
benefits. Apply in person or call 764-1115.
551 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 nor have

any lifting restrictions. Vehicle will be
ded. Fill out application at: 326 E.
'Woover, Uof M Plant Contracting Group
offi e located behind U of M Football
Stadium. Phone 936-0264.
THE UNIV. OF MICH. Golf Course has
temporary fall groundskeeper positions avail-
able both full & part-time. Pay will range
from $7-$8/hr. + golfing privileges. Please
contact Chris Bollinger for more info. at 998-
7395.

THE UNIVERSITY of Mihigan Medical
School seeks knowledgese students to
work in the Learning Resou-e Center's com-
puter site. Tasks include stfing the circula-
tion desk & assisting patrt with computer
questions. A working knoledge of Macin-
tosh computers is essentialThe most impor-
ant skills being knowlede of MS Word,
Telnet, WWW, & the ofM computing
environment. IBM compa knowledge is a
bonus, but not necessary. food communica-
tion skills are a must sinc dealing with the
public amounts to 95% of he tasks involved
with the position. Pay start at $5.75/hr. Only
a few shifts remain to befilled. Call Marc
Stephens at 936-2241.
TYPIST PART-THE, accurate,
dpendable, people-orientd. Call Pat 994-
UNIVERSITY PRESSWAREHOUSE
needs studs. to work at east 4 hr. shifts
Mon.-Fri. Selecting, listin, packing lots of
great books. Math skills, bility to lift and
carry 70 lbs. w/o assistanc $7/hr. Call us at
936-2227 or e-mail recs@nich.edu
WAITSTAFF needed immediately - Day
Shift/Friday Nights (ig Night) &
weekends, Great Pay, Fre Golf, 1/2 off
meals & Banquet Gratuity. xp. required &
Micros knowledge a plus. Th links at Whit-
more Lake Golf Club, San @ (313) 449-
5451. 10min. from UofM.
WANT TECHIE STUDEN'o set up com-
puter network & support at umer Senior
Resource Center. Working wi older adults
and teaching classes. 7 hrs./wkFlexible hrs.
Contact Carol at 764-2556.
WANTED Register OperatorReceptionist
for indoor track. Part-time,weekends,
evenings. Call Peter at 764-640(
WANTED: MATH TEACHR part-time
afternoon & eve., Brighton, 810229-4844.
WORK STUDY STUDENTS.
Lawyers Club Dining is hiring br fall term.
$7-$8 to start. Catering opportuities. Meal
benefits. Apply in person or ca 764-1115.
551 S. State St. (corner of Sate and S.
University).
WORK STUDY students areneeded for
library duties at Student Publicaons. We're
looking for punctual, energet students.
Various hours available. Pay $90 to $6.50
per hour. Call for informationor apply at
764-0550, 210E Student Publicons.
WORK-STUDY STUDENTS:Looking for
a variety of work experiencs? Flexible
hours. Computer skills (worc processing,
data entry) a plus. Will train. Pitions avail-
able in conference planning, :ublications,
membership, and general office Off-campus
office. Own transportation neessary. Free
Parking. Contact Heidi or Peg it: 998-7832
to schedule an interview.
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CALL 994-499.
chid care
1 CREATIVE and enerptic 3-yr.-old girl
needs P/T sitter Wed. ad Fri. from 9;30-
5:30. Well paid. 769-7245Rita.
A WONDERFUL BABITTER Needed.
Part-time. Flexible hrs. Vilking distance to
campus. 747-9493 or 668-467.
ABLE CHILD CARE 5 4 9 year old boys.
3 afternoons after school. 1I15 hrs./wk. 663-
3482. Exp. reference nec.
ACTIVE FAMILY NEES help with kids
& carpools. Flex. schedub, 15-20 hrs./wk.
kids aged 7, 6, 4, & 2. Mut have car & exp.
Call Jane 663-4276.
ADORABLE TODDLERneeds care in our
home Monday 3:307:30. Light
housekeeping, own car, mn-smoking. Call
747-9324.
AFTER SCHOOL Childce ransportation
light housekeeping needed. 996-0550.
BABYSITTER NEEDED delightful 3 & 5
yr. old boys, Bums park area. Mon a.m.,
Wed. a.m., every other Tur. 5:30-8, wknd.
times. $7/hr. Car neede' Call 663-1455 if
avail, any of these times
BABYSITER NEEDED occasionally for
pre-school boy. Own :.ar, experience. Call
Sall at 665-2309.

CHILD CARE FOP 3 young, very active
kids. Mon. & Wed. 530-8PM & some wknd.
hrs. NE A2, must hae car. $8/hr. Call Cindy
w/ refs. 663-0191.
CHILD CARE WfEDED FOR two boys
ages 2 & 5. 15 how's/week. Flexible hours. 1
mile from campus 761-1306.
CHILD CARE WEEDED. Days T-Th. Two
children 3 & 18 nonths. Call 741-9626.
DAY CARE PROVIDER WANTED,
weekends, 3:005:30 p.m. Two children, 10
& 13. Must have car. Call 994-0353.

MOTHER'S HELPER- Flexible schedule.
10-15 hrs. per week. Must have car. Call 944-
1700.
NANNY IN A2 Full or part time. Can work
w/ school sched. Pleasant 4 mo. old. Com-
fortable house. Friendly dog. Nice parents.
Great pay. Must have trans. English speaking
please. 332-0192.
a*c-r Child Care Providers:
* Full-time
" Part-time
. Occasional babysitting
"$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.
NONSMOKING FEMALE to babysit ap-
proximately 10 hrs/wk. Must have own car!
yave message at 996-9077.
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.
SEEKING CARE for 7 yr. old on Old West
Side. Own trans. a plus. 3:30-6:00. Refs.
required. 668-1332.
SITTER NEEDED for two children 5 1/2
and 14 months. Weekends and occasional
weeknights. Good pay. 761-7291.
WEEKLY WOMEN'S GROUP seeks
dependable, experienced child care. Own
transportation please. Dana 741-8284.

PROTEST
Continued from Page 1A
it, they should make it stronger,"
Abrutyn said.
Abrutyn said he is concerned about a
potential lawsuit that would challenge
the University's affirmative action poli-
cies. Spearheaded by four state legisla-
tors, the suit would seek to echo the
results of the Hopwood case that ended
affirmative action policies at the
University of Texas. Abrutyn said the
only way for the University to win a
possible lawsuit is by creating a student
movement supporting affirmative
action.
Some students decided spontaneous-
ly to join the rally. After passing
through the Diag around noon, LSA
sophomore Sharonda Ayers received a
flier promoting the rally, and she decid-
ed to attend.
"I think it needs to be done,"she said.
"It gives a lot of people opportunities.
They might not have them otherwise."
LSA junior Chris Levi, who sat near
the rally on one of the Diag benches,
said he supports .BAMN's cause, but
questions its means.
"I'm like for affirmative action, but
by for any means necessary is kind of
scary,' Levi said. "That sort of hints at
violence, and I'm not a violent person."
Rackham student N. Kim, who
attended the University of California at
Santa Barbara when Proposition 209
passed, said the fight for affirmative
action is especially important because
of the precedent set by the passage of
209.

institutionalized discrimination against
people of color' Kim said. "Activists of
the civil rights movement died. We're
not just going to let it go so easy."
While some observers applauded the
protesters, not all passersby agreed with
their stance.
One man, who would not give his
name, made a thumbs down gesture
with his hand as the marchers crossed
State Street on route to the Diag.
"They're free to do whatever. I sup-
port their right to demonstrate, but I do
not support anything else to do with it,"
he said.
After passing the Nectarine
Ballroom, the marchers congregated in
front of the Student Publications
Building to confront The Michigan
Daily staff members regarding a car-
toon the group branded as racist.
The group demanded the Daily print
a retraction for the cartoon, which
depicted a squirrel protesting a lack of
rights.
"It was a blatant racist attempt,"
Curtin said. "It equated black people
and minorities with squirrels trying to
get a nut. It's disgusting"

Thursday, September 18, 1997 - 7A
Coalition member Shanta Driver,.
who also is a national chair of the.
National Women's Rights Organizing
Coalition, said that if the Daily defends
affirmative action policies, it needs to
stand behind its positions.
"We're not advocating that the Daily
refrain from publishing the commen-
tary of people that oppose affirmative
action" Driver said. "But what we are
saying is that with the Daily having 4
clear position for affirmative action,
which we absolutely applaud, that the
Daily should rally students in favor of
this critical, critical issue.'
Curtin said yesterday's rally was the
first of several organizational attempts
to create a student movement to defend,
affirmative action. The coalition may
conduct a protest outside the Nectarine
Ballroom demanding that the bouncer
involved in a recent allegedly racist
incident be fired, Curtin said.
Curtin said the next rally, tentatively
scheduled for a few weeks from now,,
will target the undergraduate admis-
sions office in the Student Activities:
Building and the Fleming.
Administration Building.

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NEED NOTRE DAME TIX! 4 together or
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STUDENTS Purchase your tickets with Con-
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Travel 209S. State St. 665-6122.
U OF M - NOTRE DAME tickets needed.
Call Chris at 332-4646
WANTED 2 TICKETS for Univ. of Mich./
Mich. State game. Call 810-229-4844.
WANTED Notre Dame vs. U-M. General
Admision tickets. 1-800-455-2916.
WANTED: NOTRE DAME tickets. Call
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WOLVERINE NEEDS 3 TICKETS to
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INFORMATIONAL MEETING for those
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