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erate revenue for the University, Cecchini said,
adding that potential advertisements on the ser-
vice also would generate funds for the
"The Internet provides the content we can take
:o our alumni for a fee, Cecchini said. "As you
ut that on the Internet, there are other ways to
iake revenue with advertisements."
gventually, video segments of all 23 Michigan
varsity athletic teams will be able to be placed on
he Internet, and a cable station for the system's
ise could be down the road, Goss said.
"All of those would be brought online in due
ime," Goss said.
In addition to using the video system for
ithletic functions, board members suggested
hat it could be used for other large-scale
:vents. For instance, the annual commence-
ment ceremony held in Michigan Stadium
could be recorded and broadcast internation-
ally via the Internet and possibly televised as
Walter Harrison, secretary and vice president
for University relations, added that the system
also may provide an alternative to watching the
commencement ceremony in the stadium during
"We can say to them, 'If you don't want to go
into the stadium, you can go into Crisler"' Arena,
said Harrison, adding that a broadcast could
reach a larger audience.
Although the University is not the leader in
video scoreboard implementation, Goss said it is
leading the way in the combination of score-
boards and the Internet.
"Michigan was the first stadium to have elec-
tric scoreboards. We were not the first stadium to
have video boards, but we will most likely be the
first university to tie it into the Internet," Goss
In less than two years, the Athletic
Department will begin to train students to run the
multi-million dollar media system, Cecchini
"The operational cost will depend on how
long it will take to train students," Cecchini said.
"After the first year and a half, we will start to
train our own students and other interested per-
Harrison said the piogram has the potential to
be an educational asset to the University.
"There's a real learning opportunity for stu-
dents who are thinking about sports broadcasting
or sports management;' Harrison said.
The proposed production facilities for the sys-
tem will be housed in Crisler Arena. But the
board is considering other locations as well,
- Daily Staff Reporter Katie Plona contributed
to this report.
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Militia plotters foiled
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-ompliance with national copyright laws and came on the heels of the
AP's larger battle with Kinko's, Inc. - a case that Smith said "even-
:ually ended with Kinko's agreeing to lose the case:'
After Smith delivered a lecture to the National Association of
uickprinters about copyright laws and fees, Michigan Document
service was charged. A group of publishers wrote a letter to the editor
>f The Chronicle of Higher Education, dubbing Smith the "pirate" of the
mith said he was one of the only people in the industry to stand up
inst the publishing companies.
"I didn't want to get sued, but I needed to get sued," he said. "I was
ne of the few people willing to fight the big-shots."
Smith initially lost the case in the federal district court, before the case
went to trial. At the court of appeals, a three-judge panel sided with Smith.
[he AAP later brought forth amicus briefs in defense of the prosecution,
which eventually led to the reversal of the decision in November 1996.
Smith decided to contest the case in the U.S. Supreme Court, but in
he spring of 1997, his appeal attempt was denied.
University professors said the service the store has provided has been
useful to academia.
"The faculty was hoping that Smith would find a way to stay open and
win the battle," said history of art Prof. Rebecca Zurier.
Zurier said the structure that has been enacted to charge fees for making
copies of copyrighted works has not benefitted higher education.
"I don't think charging fees is the answer,"she said. "The imposing of the
structure of copyright laws has not promoted the advancement of learning."
Accu-copy, another Ann Arbor copying service, has been a competi-
tor of Michigan Document Service for years. Smith said that his fol-
lowing of laws and Accu-copy's disregard for the law is part of the rea-
son he is shutting down.
While not'admitting to violations of the law, Phil Zaret, Accu-copy's
proprietor, said his company is not vigilant of all copyright laws.
"We don't necessarily clear everything we copy," Zaret said. Copying
stores are required by law to get permission for copyrighted works.
Zurier said that depending on class size, she has chosen to copy at
Accu-copy instead of Michigan Document Service to allow her students
to save money.
"For a bigger class, I used Michigan Document Service when my con-
cerns were to work within the law," she said.
Smith said the current doleful status of copyright laws can be changed,
and that the real instigators will have to be faculty.
GRAND RAPIDS (AP) - A radical militia
group based near Battle Creek plotted terrorist
attacks during the past two years, including bombing
an Interstate highway and federal buildings and
killing federal agents, authorities said.
Three members of the group, called the North
American Militia of Southwestern Michigan, were
arrested Wednesday. They were to be arraigned yes-
terday on firearms charges in U.S. District Court in
Grand Rapids, assistant federal prosecutor Lloyd
"It's a fringe group, a radical group," Meyer said.
One of the group's former members, Brendon
Blasz of Kalamazoo, was sentenced to three years
and one month in prison last August for making pipe
At the time, a leader of the Michigan Militia
Corps Wolverines, the state's largest militia group,
said Blasz and about a dozen other people from the
Battle Creek and Kalamazoo areas had been kicked
out a couple of years earlier for advocating violence.
"We thought they were a bunch of bad apples,"
Wolverines commander Lynn VanHuizen of
Muskegon said then.
Arrested Wednesday were Ken Carter, and
Bradford Metcalf, both of Battle Creek; and Randy
Graham of nearby Springfield. They offered no
resistance, Meyer said.
The probe involved the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol,
Tobacco and Firearms, the FBI, the IRS, federal
marshals and other agencies, Meyer said. Details
were outlined in an affidavit written by ATF agent
According to the affidavit, an informant kept
investigators aware of the militia's activities begin-
ning in early 1996. Later, an undercover agent infil-
trated the group.
Carter established the group and later was elected
commander, Semear said in the affidavit. He said
some members also were associated with other mili-
The informant attended a series of meetings at a
Battle Creek coffee shop where plots were hatched,,
the document said. At one gathering on Nov. 2,
1996, Carter allegedly discussed bombing the inter-
section of Interstate 94 and U.S. 131 near
A couple of weeks later, Carter said he had been
waiting for a conflict with the federal government
since 1989 and expected thousands of people to join
him once it got under way, the affidavit said.
The document did not say how many people
belonged to the group. It said Carter told the
undercover ATF agent that only one-third of
the members attended meetings, and that the
others were organized into three-person
At subsequent meetings, members spoke of
assassinating employees of federal agencies and
judges, the affidavit said. They established targets
for possible attacks, including federal buildings,
power facilities, fuel depots and gas stations, it
They also discussed taking over a television sta-
tion to broadcast their message, the document said.
"Members of the militia carry pagers," it said. "In
the event of 'war,' codes will be sent to the pagers.
The codes stand for certain targets. Militia members
would hit the targets and then meet at a rally point
for further instructions."
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Call (734) 741-0766 9 AM to 9 PM, Monday
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GYMNASTICS COACHES needed day &
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We are looking for individuals interested in
being a part of the festive and educational
atmosphere of an Interlochen summer! There
are are still great opportunities to work on our
summer staff in these departments:
Accompanying, Visual Arts Assistants,
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Information Services, Stage Crew, Cabin
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Food Service, Nurses, Music Library,
Theatre and Waterfront. Employment dates
are June 14 - August 17, 1998. Basewages
range from $800 to $1200 plus meals and
lodging for the camp season. Please contact
the Human Resources off for an application
materials at (616) 276-7342 or email:
INVESTMENT CO. needs four reps for
short term assignment first week in May. All
areas of state needed. Must have ownmtrans.
$12/hr. Fax letters of interest & resume to
517-337-8513 attn: Mike.
IS YOUR SUMMER JOB lame? Last sum-
mer our average student earned $560/wk. and
traveled while gaining exp. that places them
80% upon grad. Call 973-3238 for info.
JURORS NEEDED FOR Child Advocacy
Law Clinic child abuse Mock Trials: March
23, 24, and 26 from 12:00 to 5:00 p.m. Please
LABORATORY ASSISTANT needed for
the Biomedical Research Core Facility. Must
be dependable, no experience necessary.
Work study preferred, but not mandatory:
Data entry, cleaning dishes, flexible hours. If
interested please call Nicole Brantley at 647-
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
position available, no prior experience
necessary. Must be available 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
MACKINAC ISLAND'S Murray Hotel
needs summer help. No exp. nec. Housing
MACKINAC ISLAND RESORT HOTEL-
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room, kitchen, & maintenance. Contact Iro-
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Aggressive, dependable, enthusiastic stu-
dents needed for Detroit Tigers home game
promotional work. $10-15/hr. Mr. Becker 1-
MEMBERSH IP SE RVICES R EP. posi-
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knowledge of the college admissions process.
Eves. & wknds. Info. call 662-3149.
PART-TIME AND full-time summer help
wanted now for new student owned retail
business in Ann Arbor. Friendly, energetic
thinkers CALL 677-4477.
PARTNER WANTED. To start discount
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cost. Also assist in Baywatch Television
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More info 847-673-3703.
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To live on site in central cam pus Apt. Bldg.
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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.
SECURITY GUARDS to work on U of M
campus.PITor FIT. Permanent or temporary.
Apply at State Security Services, 525 Church
St. 998-7201. E.O.E.
SEEKING SOCCER COACH for AAYSA
U-11 successful boys soccer team. Spring
season Apr. 1-June 1. Volunteer or salary.
Please call 663-1981.
SEVERAL POSITIONS w/ start up
software company. Doing product
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SPECIAL GIFT-We're looking for healthy
women between the ages 21-35 for egg
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SUMMER WORK If you live within 20
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'TELEMARKETING Eve. $7-12/hr. No
selling! Call Allen 996-1107.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY CLASSIFIED
IS NOW HIRING!!
The Classified Dept. is now hiring Account
Executives for Spr./Summer and Fall/Winter.
Work in a fun student environment while
gaining valuable advertising,
communications and business experience.
Applications are available at the Student
Publications Building, 420 Maynard.
DEADLINE: APRIL 3, 5 P.M. Call Monica
or Phil with questions at 764-0557.
The U of M Golf Course has temp.
groundskeeper positions avail. starting May
1. Pay will range from $6.50-$8/hour + golf-
ing privileges. Please contact Jim Roland at
647-9766 for more info.
TMJ OF FACIAL PAIN? Research par-
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cycles who are taking no regular medica-
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have had NO previous jaw surgery may be
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mo. old) 20-25 hrs./wk. day-time. Ypsi.
Depot Town area. 485-1656.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for 14 month old
in our home near campus.Approximately 10
hours/week, flexible. 995-9742.
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
CHILD CARE PROVIDER NEEDED in
my Plymouth home. Part-time flex. hrs. 453-
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in our home near campus. Weekday
CHILD CARE NEEDED this summer 4'
days/wk. 2 kids: 5 & 6 yrs. old in our home.
Must have own trans. and refs. Competitive
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Looking for a fun place to work where you1
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Applications available at:
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* Application Deadline:
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Questions, call 764-0557
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Winaukee (Boys): 800-791-2018
Responsible for maintaining campus ground and nurtur-
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assist with mowing, weed whipping, weeding; leaf pick-
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DELIVERY PERSON - Responsible No car
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send resume 1133 Broadway.
DISPATCHER. Food By Phone restaurant
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FUN SUMMER JOBS for students who
want to make a difference. General
counselors, WSI's, arts & crafts, and
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