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LOCAL
fakin
faCility-
derway
.y Per Meyers
Waily Staff Reporter
In a unanimous vote Monday, the
Ann Arbor City Council approved the
Downtown Development Authority's
choice of an architectural firm to han- PAUL TALANIAN/Daily
dIe the design of a new parking struc- Attendant Brian Williams takes money at the Washington Street parking structure
ture on Forest Street. yesterday.
The DDA and the firm are scheduled last 50 years, and the steel bars within repel a lot of customers."
to hold meetings soon to develop possi- the two structures' concrete walls have Pollay said she's well aware that local
ble designs for the structure. rusted. merchants are upset.
"We'll have a series of meetings where The Washington Street structure has "They're interested in seeing it done
people can come in and offer ideas," said been closed since last fall, and should as quickly as possible and as painlessly
DDA Executive Director Susan Pollay. be destroyed and reconstructed by as possible," Pollay said.,
-Ideas from local business owners, the 1999, Pollay said. Nagy admitted that he has not attend-
University community, customers and The upper level of the Forest Street ed any City Council meetings or con-
cai .owners on how the new structure structure has been closed since last sum- tacted anyone on the DDA.
should look and operate will be wel- mer out of fear that the roof will cave in. While the structure is under construc-
orned, Pollay said. It is not known when it will be closed tion, pressure for parking spaces in the
The structure presently has 480 completely or how long it will take for area will increase. Those involved have
spaces but the number could decrease the replacement structure to be built. been seeking alternative parking plans.
depending on the new design. Some local business proprietors said City officials said they will not be
"There are some people who don't they are upset that the structure is about able to ease the shortage.
like parking structures and will try to to be closed. "As far as the city parking system
htde-it by putting stores on the ground "It's going to screw us," said Chuck goes, there's nothing we have left that we
floor" Pollay said, adding this would Nagy, manager of the Footprints shoe could open up,' said City of Ann Arbor
reduce the total number of spaces. store, located across the street from the Parking Manager Mike Scott. "We don't
Last August, the council passed legis- structure. "Parking is messy down here have any plans to address it; we don't
lation that called for a complete overhaul with the structure. It's going to be worse have anything left to address it with."
of the DDA's seven parking structures. without." Pollay said that one plan is to negotiate
A major part of the overhaul involves Nagy said he is afraid that customers with local churches for the use of their
aving the Washington Street and the with no place to park will choose to parking lots. Church lots are used pri-
Forest Street structures demolished and shop elsewhere. marily during the weekends, and there-
rebuilt. These structures have accrued "People are going to park on the fore could be used to accommodate
significant water damage during the other side of town," Nagy said. "It will shoppers during the week. Pollay said.
1"O Lewinsky complete immunity and sent Ms. Lewinsky a letter
confirming the grant of immunity," Ginsburg's statement
Continued from Page 1 said. "Under that agreement, Judge Starr has the right to
Ginsburg flatly disputed Starr's remarks earlier in the day meet face to face with Ms. Lewinsky at any time and for as
that his office could not grant Lewinsky immunity because long as he wishes to meet."
s investigators had not been given a face-to-face interview Ginsburg accused Starr of making comments suggesting
with her. there was no immunity deal as part of an "orchestrated'
"His continued insistence that he cannot have a face-to- campaign to pressure Lewinsky into statements that are not
face talk with Ms. Lewinsky has no basis in fact," Ginsburg true."
said in a written statement. He would not elaborate on it. Deborah Gershman, Starr's spokesperson, said last night
Judge Starr has made an agreement to grant Monica that his office had no immediate comment.

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The Michigan Daily - Friday, February 6, 1998 -7

WEEK
Continued from Page I
commiemoration has been met more positively.
"Everyone is welcome." Ghoslial said. "As long as there is 110
silenice around, it can be education."
Engiiieeri ng junior Timothy Gates. who co-chiai rs ALLU S.
the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender group for minorities, said
the celebration is intended to break down barriers between
groups of students.
"We strive for respect,' Gates said. "One of the purposes (of

the week is to show ) we comie in all rangesc of sizes of color.
races and disciplines."
Gates encouraged all students to attend the week's events,.
adding that they will be open to the UnIiversity commiiunity.
Gates said a fe~x of the filnis thait are scheduled to be ,hov.,
next week will depict the lifestyle of a gay, male nminioritv. As a
student of color who is hioniosexual, Gates said lhe has received
positive responses froni his peers.
"Speaking fromi (an) African American point o iw there is
a strong sense of religious kind of upbringing instilled. Gates
said. "Basic social inacceptance exists in a lot of uminorities."

LAWSUIT
Continued from Page I.
involved," Harrison said.
Terry Pell, CIR senior legal coun-
sel, said CAAP may have a difficult
time intervening in the lawsuit.
William Allen. dean of the James
Madison College at Michigan State
University, said that although he
cannot predict how the judge will
rule, the coalition is unlikely to suc-
ceed in its efforts to intervene in the
lawsuits.
"My guess is they don't have
much of a leg to stand on," said
Allen, who is the former chair of the
U.S. Civil Rights Commission.
The local attorneys who have
joined the coalition are providing
their services pro bono and the
national, non-profit -organizations
will be paying all legal fees.
Dillard said CAAP also intends to
file a motion for intervention in the
second lawsuit, which was filed
against the Law School's admission
policies.
The group will announce these
plans very shortly. Dillard said.
MIDTERMS
Continued from Page 1

AP PHOTO
Ebony Patterson, a sophomore at Detroit Cass Technical high school in Detroit,
listens as attorney Godfrey Dillard discusses the lawsuits against the University.
year student Kerry Cahill.

He outlined a few tips for students that find themselves run-
ning out of time before the test.
"The best system is to memorize the backbone of the course,"
Badiani said. He said learning the basics is more pertinent to
doing well on exams.
Students should master overarching concepts first and "then
focus on the details," Badiani said.
During midterms, testing often becomes a high priority, and
other areas of a student's life end up suffering.
"I have to jeopardize my social life," Moore said. But Moore
said the time will be worth the sacrifice when she has a suc-
cessful professional life.
Others say they feel that finding time for extracurricular
activities is a necessary distraction from intense studying.
"I think I can balance (activities) pretty well "said LSA first-

After a long study session, students often need a break to
relieve the stress. Many students opt for physical activities to
contrast the mental stress of academics.
"I usually go work out a couple nights a week," said Ryan
Arens, an Engineering first-year student.
Moore said activities like rollerblading and shopping help her
relieve stress during this time of year.
Badiani emphasized the importance of taking care of oneself
and its correlation with academic performance. Sleep and good
health - both of which are often sacrificed by cramming stu-
dents - are important, he said.
"Students who do not take care of their health often do poor-
ly," Badiani said.
Bandiani said that when students are having difficulties in
one area, they have a tendency to give up.
"Well, 1 think that one of the signs is they tend to give up try-
ing to get good grades" Badiani said.

LINE/PREP COOK part-time nights, $8/hr.,
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LOOKING FOR STUDENT to work part-
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LOOKING FOR COMPUTER tech with
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MUSIC TEACHERS Wanted Folk, Harp,
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PROGRAMMER: LOCAL www-based
sports firm needs baseball fans with C,
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SALES POSITIONS available for Spring/
Summer and Fall/Winter terms. Earn com-
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selling advertising to local and national
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SCOREKEEPERS is now hiring part-time
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0100.
SERVICE REP NEEDED. Are you self
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SPECIAL GIFT-We're looking for healthy
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.
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STUDENT PROGRAMMERS WANTED
The Business School is now hiring students
for short-term programming projects. Ex-
perience with relational databases, object-
oriented development environments, and
Windows95 are required. Flexible hours, be-
tween 8-5 weekdays. Minimum commitment
of 15 hours per week - more hours if desired.
Potential for continuing assignments. You
may e-mail your resume to
maryw@umich.edu or you may apply in per-
son at: Computing Services, Room C1420
Kresge Library Building, 700 E. University.
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS
NEEDED FOR PREMIERE CAMPS
IN MASSACHUSETrS
Positions for talented, energetic, and fun
loving students as counselors in all team
sports including Roller Hockey, all individual
sports such as Tennis & Golf, Waterfront &
Pool activities, and specialty activities
including art, dance, theatre, gymnastics,
newspaper & radio. TOP SALARIES, room,
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Enjoy a great summer that promises to be
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Tripp Lake Camp, Poland, Maine. Call 800-
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SUMMER INTERNSHIPS
Work out West.!
Avg. profit $6116
Call Jeff @ 994-0154
SUMMER WORK
Placing all majors
Avg. profit $6250. Travel.
Call Shelly 973-7443
TITLE INSURANCE AGENCY needs
part-time workers with title, real estate or
mortgage processing exp. 20 hrs./wk. $8.50
to $10.50/hr. Full-time in Summer/Post
Graduate. Good keyboard skills a plus. Send
resume to: Liberty Title Co., 111 N. Main,
Ann Arbor MI 48104.

UMI IS AN ESTABLISHED information
services company with operations throughout
the world. The International Sales and
Marketing department is seeking to fill one
40 hrs./week position of one paid intern star-
ting February, 1998 or as soon as possible.
The individual should have a strong interest
in the international market, be very organized
and able to handle many projects at once, and
be willing to take on a wide range of tasks. A
background in business, knowledge of a
foreign language, and experience living or
studying abroad are also preferred.
All interested persons should send or fax a
cover letter and resume to:
UMI
International Saes and Marketing
300 N. Zeeb Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Fax: 313-973-7007
WAITSTAFF needed. Must be reliable,
energetic and Driver's License. Full or Part
time with flexible hours. Call 746-2142.
WANTED: STUDENT for PIT employment
(15-20 hrs./wk.) for 6 mos. (maybe longer)
starting asap. PC skills including software
installation, & familiarity w/ WIN95/NT.
Valid driver's license. Good comm. skills are
essential. $10-$11/hr., depending on exp.
Please submit resume to Judith Flanders, M-
Pathways Project, University of Michigan,
3036 Ad Services Bldg., 1009 Green St. Ann
Arbor 48104-1432 or via email to
judithf@umich.edu
WRITERS (FREELANCE) and Graphic
Designers. Part-time 616-458-4913.

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ADORABLE 2 YEAR-OLD wants
experienced, fun-loving person to play with.
10-15 hours/wk., flexible hours, car, refs. Far
west-side of Ann Arbor. 769-7959.
BABYSITTER FOR INFANT. 9-11 am. M-
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CHILDCARE IN MY A2 home for 16 mo.
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refs. needed. Call 761-7732.

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WNTD; A RESPONSIBLE (DRIVER)
STUDENT to pick up 8 yr, old girl from
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her with homework, piano practice & play till
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negotiable. Call 996-1241.
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2 HOUSEMATES NEEDED!!
Great 4 person hse. next to IM bldg.
Fall 98 Winter 99'
Parking/wshr./dryer/fum./good rent
Interested?
Call Rebecca 764-7741
or email rperlmut@umich.edu

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LOOKING FOR A HOME not just a place
to live? Female grad./Prof. rmntes. needed
for beautiful hse, near campus 669-8559.

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