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iuidde law!
LANSING (AP) - Two months into the second
year of the 89th Legislature, the state House appears
ready to push apathy aside and face the reality that a
lot needs to get done before November elections.
The session could get a missing spark this week as
assisted suicide finally comes to full House debate.
Ond a Democratic plan to refund $1 billion of a cat-
astrophic insurance claims fund surplus gets its first
hearing in committee.
Rep. Ted Wallace (D-Detroit) said an assisted sui-
cide vote on two measures was put off from last week
to give everyone more time to line up their positions.
On the table are separate bills banning or and
legalizing assisted suicide in Michigan. As approved
in committee, both would require a vote of the peo-
ple this November.
The bill making assisted suicide a felony, spon-
sored by Sen. William Van Regenmorter (R-
Sudsonville) would take effect immediately if signed

LOCAL/STATE

The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 9, 1998 - 7A

s on state House agenda
into law. It was amended in the House Judiciary review assisted suicide decisions. It would not go
Committee to let voters decide if the ban should stay. into effect unless voters approve it on the November
Conviction would be punishable by up to five ballot.
years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000, or both. Michigan Right to Life and the Prosecuting
Wallace's bill, mean- Attorneys Association of

while, would legalize
assisted suicide with some
caveats. The bill would

"We want to see a ban

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require that a patient who enacted as quickly as
wants the help of a doctor
in speeding their own possible,"
death undergo a psychi- - d

Michigan support the assist-
ed suicide ban, less the ballot
initiative.
Prosecutors have been ask-
ing the Legislature for a clear
law since a statutory ban on
assisted suicide lapsed sever-
al years ago.
The Michigan Supreme
Court has ruled that com-

t

atric examination. Ri
Also, two physicians
would have to agree that
the patient was terminally ill and has less than six
months to live, and the patient would be offered
information on alternatives.

ght to Life of Michigan

The bill also would set up a state committee toI

Continued from Page 1A
or, but spontaneous actions were not lim-
ited to students who were far from home.
"We crawled under the gate at
Michigan Stadium at 3 a.m.," said LSA
senior Pete Chiarelli. "We spent about an
hour in the tunnel before (the
epartment of Public Safety) showed
up."
While students admitted they tried to
find unusual things to do during the
week, many agreed that mother nature
and technical inconveniences played a
role in dampening their spring break
experiences.
"I spent break skiing in Colorado,"
said LSA sophomore Maciej
Wdziekonski. "There was 13 inches
f snow and so much wind that there
ere tiny tornadoes everywhere."
Annie Hammel, an LSA first-year
student, said the weather in Sarasota,
where she spent part of her break,
was nice, but she had other prob-
lems.
"It took 13 hours to get from Michigan
to Florida," she said. "The plane kept get-
ting delayed, over and over."
LSA first-year student Elizabeth
*amb also had transportation difficul-

ties while traveling during the break.
"I got rear-ended by a maniac,"
Lamb said. "He got out of the car
and threatened me with a flashlight."
Not all students had off-the-wall
experiences. Some students stayed in
Ann Arbor or their hometowns to
relax and study for upcoming exams.
LSA junior John Bahling spent the
break in Ann Arbor preparing for the
MCAT. "It's the best break I ever
had," Bahling said. "I slept in every
day and studied, too."
Bahling said he wouldn't have
gone to Florida if he had the chance
because the University's break came
earlier than other schools' breaks
and no one would be at the beaches.
Many students blamed the early
break and cold weather for an unin-
spiring spring break.
"I went home, the weather was
horrible, I got a date," said Jonathan
Mendel, an LSA sophomore.
Carl Fink, an LSA junior, stayed on
campus and agreed that not much about
this year's spring break was different
from his in-school schedule.
"The pizza at Little Caesar's is
worse," he said. "When no one is in
Ann Arbor, they serve you the old
stuff."

HATCH ER
Continued from Page 1A
the location of North Camp
also actively sought out priva
the University.
"Harlan was a visionar
said. "He understood the imp
growth."
Many people have said tha
the role of University presid
Bollinger spoke of Hatcher's
mal manner.
"These are great achieve
how do we speak to the perso
know Hatcher well," he said.
Speaking to Hatcher a yea
struck mostly by the fact thl
me 'sir.' No one over the ag
ever done that,"he said.
Bollinger linked Hatcher's
with his love of Shakespear
poetry is admired for its "ab
municate across the wide
human personality."
Hatcher's grandchildren s
deep involvement the form

mon law, which is based on court precedents
rather than actual statutes, outlaws the practice.
But backers of the bill argue a clear law is needed
to criminalize the act.
had in their lives.
"I told him my sophomore year (of
high school) that I was reading
us. Hatcher Catcher in the Rye. He re-read it and
ate funds for sent me a letter in the style of Holden
Caulfield," the main character of the
y," Fleming novel, said Tom Berenberg, Hatcher's
plications of grandson.
Jessamyn Hatcher reminisced about
t Hatcher fit hearing her grandfather's tales of his
ent to a tee. encounters with Theodore Dreiser and
distinct for- WB. Yeats. She also shared excerpts of a
letter written by her grandfather in which
ements...but he invited her to watch the Fab Five
)n? I did not Michigan basketball game against
Indiana.
r ago, "I was "It will be such fun!" Hatcher said in
iat he called the letter. "Cheering students will be all
ge of 25 has around us"
Hatcher's daughter, Anne Berenberg,
adaptability also spoke of her father's devotion to
e - whose Michigan sports. He went to Pasadena
ility to com- to witness this year's Rose Bowl and
terrain of National Championship victory.
"Daddy found a reserve of energy to
poke of the stay awake for the whole game,"
er president Berenberg said.

Health Career Fair
Human Service, Policy, Practice, Research and Administration

March 11, 1998
Noon - 4:00pm
Michigan
Union

Meet with organizations
from a wide range of
health fields
Talk with recruiters about
full time and internship
opportunities

LAWSUIT
Continued from Page IA
right to defend race and race con-
scious rights," Dillard said.
Dillard said that although CAAP
also will defend the University's use
of race as a factor in the admissions
process, it has a different stake in the
lawsuit than the University.
"What we are doing is defending
certain constitutional principles,"

Dillard said. "We're defending the
14th Amendment."
Pell said it is premature to say the
University will not fully represent the
coalition's defense. The University
has maintained that it will vigorously
defend its admissions policies, he
said.
Lisa Baker, associate vice president
for University relations, said she did
not want to comment on CAAP's
reply motion.

Explore career options
Watch for these organizations attending the Fair
Abt Associates " Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan
EDS " Georgetown University Medical Center
Johnson& Johnson Health Care Systems"The MEDSTAT
Group." STATPROBE, Inc. " Vector Research " Wayne
County Health Dept. " and many more!
Teer aof Mihg
Career Plann ing KPlacem~ent
D,',sion d 510,1,,, AU,,,,.

FRIENDS GIFT SHOPS NOW HIRING WAITSTAFF Part time SUMMER JOBS & INTERNSHIPS in WANT TO BE A NANNY this summer?
University Hospital premier fine dining downtown Plymouth. Hospitality. Write/e-mail for free brochure. Call Child Care Solutions at 734-668-6882.
Cashier experience helpful, 8-18 hrs. Phone 734-453-6260 for interview. NIS 711 Signal Mountain Rd., Ste. 155
evenings, weekends, and holidays. Some Chattanooga, TN 37405. NISjobs@aol.com.
daytime hours available. Work-study TAMARACK CAMPS TEAHER N
students qualify. Must be avail, for TEACHERS NEEDED - MCAT, LSAT,
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Call 936-5871 after 12 noon. higan now hiring dynamic and motivated person with high test

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GENERAL LABOR/swimming pool
maintenance. Top pay: $600+/wk. for self-
motivated individuals. N.W. Detroit suburbs.
Call Craig at 248-477-7727.
HAVE AN AMAZING SUMMER! Coed
camp in Massachusetts seeks caring &
.notjvated college students who love kids!
General & specialty counselors needed. Join
-a dedicated team. Competitive salaries +
room+ board+ travel. 800-762-2820.
j USE CLEANING for our Saline home.
4 hours per week. Call 734-994-4008.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED 1 day/wk.
Responsibilities incl. ldry. & ironing, light
house cleaning. Located in Saline. Call 429-
2277.
LAW FIRM, PART TIME, paid position
available, no prior experience necessary.
Must be able to start this spring and be avail-
able at least through ensuing year. Fax
resume to 313-662-3893 immed., or send to
308 W. Huron, Ann Arbor, MI 48103.
LAW FIRM, FULL TIME, paid assistant
sition available, no prior experience
Iessary. Must be availabl e for summer and
ensuing year, and part time training this
spring. Fax resume to 313-662-3893 immed.,
or send to 308 W. Huron, Ann Arbor, MI
48103.

Jewish Male Counselors
Call 248-661-0600
RESIDENT MANAGER:
To live on site in central campus Apt. Bldg.
Assist Property Manager with daily opera-
tions of small apt. bldgs. Duties include:
minor maintenance, minor cleaning, showing
of properties. 10-12 Hours per week
anticipated. Great opportunity for very ma-
ture individual or couple. Position begins
August 1998. Call Ann: 426-6035.
RUN YOUR OWN SUMMER BUSINESS.
Lawn sprinkler installation & sales. Earn up
to $10,000. Vehicle req. You choose the
location in Michigan or Ohio suburbs. Green-
land Irrigation 1-800-3614074.
SECURITY GUARDS to work on U of M
campus. PiT or F/T. Permanent or temporary.
Apply at State Security Services, 525 Church
St. 998-7201. E.O.E.
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.
SUBJECTS NEEDED
For Cognitive Psychology Reaction Time
Experiment. Male or female, right-handed,
native English speaker, normal vision &
hearing.
Pay $5.75/hr. or by experiment.
Call 936-2056.
SUM. EMPLOYMENT: our co. is currently
seeking Resident Coordinators & sum. office
support to help coordinate an interim
program for a "Big Three" auto company.
Upperclassmen & alumnae pref. Please fax
your resume to 248-855-9846, attn. Carrie
Crutchfield.
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS
NEEDED FOR PREMIERE CAMPS
IN MASSACHUSETTS
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,
board and travel. June 20th-August 19th.
Enjoy a great summer that promises to be
unforgettable. MAH-KEE-NAC (Boys): 1-
800-753-9118 DANBEE (Girls): 1-800-392-
3752.
SUMMER INTERNSHIPS + Fall/Winter
jobs available. Eam commission based pay at
The Michigan Daily selling advertising to lo-
cal and national businesses. Looking for

scores, you could teach f r The Princeton
Review. Great pay, flexible hours. Call us
TODAY - 313/6-2163.
Summer
Groundskeeper Wanted
Responsible for maintaining campus ground and nurtur-
ing 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 $7.00 per
hour; Application Deadline is 3113/98
Desired qualifications:
'Self-motivation
D e endability
~*-( 'Enthusiasm
l 'Genuine interest in creating
beautiful and safe campus area.
To Apply: call 763-5539
Or stop by UM Grounds Department office for andapplica-
tion between 7:OOam-3:Q0pm weekdays. Grounds &
Waste Management Plant Services Building (first floor)
1111 Palmer Dr. (behind the Power Center)

$ LOW FARES WORLDWIDE & Summer
Charters to Europe. Frankfurt from $629,
London from $449, Shannon from $429. In-
stant purchase Eurail passes. Regency Travel
209 S. State 665-6122.
$ STUDENTS Purchase your tickets with
Continental vouchers & Amex card. Regency
Travel 209 S. State St. 665-6122. Frances.
GRADUATION SPECIAL- 7 day end of
semester tour to Athens and Greek Isle. Air,
hotel, meals. $1289.00. Stamos Travel 663-
4400.
MIAMI ONLY $79 O/W. Mexico/Carib-
bean $250 R/L. Europe $209 o/w. Other
worldwide destinations cheap. IF youcan
beat these p rices, start your own damn
airline! Air- Tech(212) 219-7000. (800) 575-
TECH. www.airtech.com.

I teestd in the
Stock Market?
Participate in the
Investment
Challenge
Brought to you by
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Trades can be handed in every Tues. &
Thurs. by 7 pm to room 152 Lorch
Trading has already begun!
For more info contact mesBD97@umich.edu

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VOLUNTEERS WANTED. Cold study Vit.
C and Zinc. Med. Ctr. Gift certificates.
Call 936-6267 pager 2960.
c.Udcero Child Care Providers:
- Full-time
" Part-time
" Occasional babysitting
" $7/hr. and up
CALL CHILD CARE SOLUTIONS
(734) 668-6882
Positions in pnvate homes.
Child care references required.
Will CPR train qualified applicants.
Must be 18 yrs. oruolder.
No cost to you.

WINTER ESCAPE- Cozy log cabins on
lake. $54-79 ntly. Incl. hot tub, cross country
trails & more. Near downhill. Traverse City.
616/276-9502.

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Small growing Plastics Design
and Prototyping company with
flexible work hours and strong
Engineering & Manufacturing
training is looking for college
tudents with 2 to 3 years before
aduation. Part time during the
school year, full time summers.
Up to $10/hr. or more after
Training Period. New facility in
Brighton Area.
Call 248-437-0920
MAINE CO-ED CAMP seeks instructors for
athletics, water skiing, creative & performing
arts, tennis, backpacking, high-
ropeswindsurfing, gymnastics, & riding. 6/
7j-8123, age 201. Contact 2807 C Delmnar
Wsve, Columbus, 011 43209. 800-959-3177
r fax 614-253-3661. See our web site
www.campwekeela.com or email us at
Wekeela@aol.com
MINUTES TAKER NEEDED for Michigan
$tudent Assembly every Tuesday at 7:30 pm.
,For info. call 763-3241. Last meeting: April
14.

WE ARE A REAL estate company looking
for a s person to do research and data
entry. Ts position is ideal for a student
looking for exible hours. Will train the right
person. Please send resume to: Michigan
Commercial Realty, 1155 Rosewood, Suit B,
Ann Arbor, MI 48104. Attn: Office Manager.

HUNDREDS OF INSTRUMENTS. Not
just guitars. Percusion & Wind. Herb David
Guitar Studio. 302 E. Liberty. 665-8001.

CHILD CARE CENTERS looking for
teacher for immediate and summer
employment. Full, part-time and substitute
positions available. Full time staff receive
salary and benefits. Part-time hrs. are
flexible. 761-2576.

ADOPTION: LOVING COLLEGE edu-
cated couple, eager to give white newborn all
they have. Full-time mom, hugs, love & our
hearts forever. Call Ken & Eileen at 800-484-
4838 code 5741.
We want to adopt a bab.
Four years ago we were blessed wi h
the adoption of a beautiful boy. Today
we hope to be just as fortunate by
locating a birth mother who finds us
to be the rigqht family for her baby. My
husband and I are both artists and own
our own design business. We work at

CHILD CARE PROVIDER looking for
energetic, creative, loving person to take care

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