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LLYE
"CiWnued from Page IA
xrrent environmental procedures.
::the work of the next generation has
to start immediately," Pollack said.
A variety of environmental organiza-
tions were represented at booths set up in
thi room. Students observed posters and
,received pamphlets that informed them
St environmental issues.
"I sheds a bit of light on issues that
(students) wouldn't necessarily know
about,' said Shani McLoyd, a junior at
.Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia.
The rally and related events illustrat-
,d "tangible steps" students can take at
an individual level that impact larger
.environmental issues, said SNRE
senior Mona Hanna, chair of the
Environmental Theme Semester.
Along with tips describing daily
rtivities that aid in the environmental
cause, cellular phones were available
for students to call government repre-
s.ntatives and express concerns about
environmental issues.

LOCAL/S TATE

The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 23, 1998 - 7A

REGENTS
Continued from Page 1A
decision."
Also at Friday's board meeting, the
regents unanimously voted to make
Larry Warren - interim executive
director of University Hospitals and
Health Centers - the hospital's perma-
nent director.
Warren thanked the regents for the
opportunity.
"From my vantage point, to lead is
recognized as a jewel in this country,"
said Warren, adding that he plans to
work with Medical School Dean Lorris
Betz and other health professionals to
bring the health system to new levels of
quality.
"The current dean and I are
intending to move to a level of per-
formance excellence that is
unprecedented," Warren said. "We'll
do that through team efforts, look-
ing at our processes. Essentially,
we're trying to improve upon our
foundation as a learning organiza-

tion "
Gilbert Omenn, executive vice presi-
dent for medical affairs, said that after
he spoke about Warren with medical
colleagues across the country, he found
out "how sought out and respected he
is.
Omenn said Warren has an excel-
lent rapport with individuals from
various facets of the medical com-
munity.
"Larry has performed admirably in
this role in the last 21 months," Omenn
said.
"He is well known and highly
respected nationally," he added.
Warren's appointment was brought to
the regents after being unanimously
approved by the health system's execu-
tive board.
In addition to Warren's appoint-
ment, the board approved George
Kenyon as the College of Pharmacy
dean. Kenyon's appointment is
effective Sept. 1.
- Daily Staff Reporter Jennifer
Yachnin contributed to this report.

COACH
Continued from Page 1A
didates this week, but wouldn't reveal
the names. Reports said that Goss met
with Sampson and Amaker last week
and spoke on the phone with candidates
as late as this past Thursday night.
Illinois State's Kevin Stallings and
Evansville's Jim Drews were rumored
to be other possible candidates, but nei-
ther could be confirmed.
Goss said he had "no doubt" that
candidates he interviewed would have
done a good job at Michigan, but he
decided to go with the man whose
office is just down the hall from his.
"What I decided was that there were
good coaches out there, but this young
man showed us a lot over the past sev-
eral weeks, Goss said. "We backed
away and said, 'We have something
here. Let's take a chance."'
Ellerbe's promotion from interim to
permanent coach recalls the path taken
by other Michigan coaches. Ellerbe's
predecessor, Steve Fisher - who was

fired by Goss in early October follow-
ing an NCAA investigation into the
basketball program -- was named the
coach after leading the team to a nation-
al title as interim coach in 1989.
Both Michigan football coach Lloyd
Carr and women's basketball coach Sue
Guevara were also interims for a time
and were promoted during their first
year on the job.
Goss said Ellerbe, like other
Michigan coaches who were not well
known before they took over, will have
a chance to make a name for himself in
the coming years.
"He, as so many coaches in the past
that have come to Michigan, comes with-
out a name'" Goss said. "In terms of Bo
Schembechler, nobody really knew him
before he came. I think in the years to
come Brian Ellerbe will make his own
mark."
Ellerbe already has made an imprint
in the Michigan history books. He guid-
ed the Wolverines to a 25-9 season, beat
then-No. 1 Duke in December, and led
Michigan to the first-ever Big Ten

Tournament title.
The status of a couple of Ellerb"s
key contributors during the season: is
still up in the air. While Michigan bas-
ketball players Travis Conlan, Maceo
Baston and Jerod Ward are all seniors
and will not be back, it is yet uncertain
whether juniors Robert Traylor and
Louis Bullock will return.
Ellerbe said Traylor is "50-50" right
now as to whether he'll enter the NBA
Draft or return for his senior year.
Bullock's status is also uncertain.
Bullock, who was with assistant coach
Scott Trost on Friday when Ellerbe
interrupted them with the news, will
likely make up his mind in the coming
weeks. Detroit newspaper reports said
Bullock told his father over the phone
that he will return for his senior year.
Ellerbe said he would like to add other
members to his coaching staff, which
this year consisted of just himself, Trost
and 10-year Michigan assistant coach
Brian Dutcher. Despite his experience,
Dutcher was passed over by Goss for the
position after Fisher's firing.

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resume builder. To speak to a campus repre-
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ANN ARBOR'S BIGGEST SPORTSBAR
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Spring through Summer terms. Flexible
hours. Hardworking-punctual applicants
should apply today C Scorekeepers 310
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Summer
Groundskeeper Wanted
Responsible tar maintaining campus ground and nurtur-
ing plant materials on campus. As seasons dictate,
ssist with mowing, weed whipping, weeding; leaf pick-
p; shrub and flower bed clean-up; preparing for planting
flower bulbs; pruning ornamental trees ano shrubs.
Duties also include litter pick-up. Pay starts at $7.00 per
hour; Application Deadline is 3/13198
Desired qualifications:
'Self-motivation
'Dependability
*EntIhusiasm
.\ -Genuine interest in creating
beautiful and safe campus area.
-To Apply: call 763-5539
Or stop by UM Grounds Department office for an applica-
tion between 7:O0am-3:O0pm weekdays. Grounds &
Waste Management ,Plant Services Building (first floor)
1111 Palmer Dr. (behind the Power Center)
MSESTOS/CONSTRUCTION-type work
available, $10.00 to $13/hr. Seeking tem-
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Lansing, MI 48908-0771. EOE.
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Make $2072/month this summer
Call Casey @ 665-9167
CAMP STAFF- Outstanding, accredited
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Specialties: athletics, dance, aerobics, tennis,
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minimum. You can help change a life this
summer! Camp Camelot, 800-421-4321;
email loseweight@campcamelot.com
THE PRODUCE STATION
NEEDS YOU!
The Produce Station, a
fast growing high volume
ourmet retailer is looking
for career oriented people
to fill positions in our
Ann Arbor location.
Positions availaole include:
Night Manager (hands on)
Cheese Department Head
Peo le with Culinary
Backgrounds
Produce Stockers
Cashiers
We offer, to the right person,
good ay, training, discounts,
healtl care coverage, 401 k
and a chance to realize
your potential with a
growing company.
Please apply in person at:
THE PRODUCE STATION
1629 S. State,
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
No phone calls please
CLERK/MESSENGER. $6.50/hr. 10 hrs./
wk. M-F 1-3 UM Central Campus. Drivers
license reg. Start immed. Call Denise 764-
7312 eoe.
COUNSELORS: TOP BOYS SPORTS
CAMP in Mainel Exciting, fun summer!
Must have good skills, to instruct & coach.
Openings in: All Land Sports & All Water
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Awesome Facilities, Room/Board/Ldry.,
Travel. CALL, E-MAIL
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- Child Care Providers:
( Full-time
* Part-time
*"Occasional babysitting
a s *$7/hr. and up
CALL CHILD CARE SOLUTIONS
(734) 668-6882
Positions in pivate homes.
Child care references required.
Will CPR train qualified applicants.
Must be 18 yrs. or older.
No cost to you.
COUNSELORS, ACTIVITY DIRECTOR,
cook, & lifeguard needed at coed summer
camp near A2. (734)878-6628 for more info.
CRUISE SHIP & LAND-TOUR JOBS-Ex-
cellent benefits World Travel. Ask us howl
517-324-3090 ext. C55981.
DISPATCHER. Food By Phone restaurant
delivery service is looking for a
conscientious, responsible, part-time person
to join oustaff. Must know Ann Arbor well.
$7/hr. to start. Fun company. 995-FOOD.
EARN GREAT WAGES as LUNCH
waitstaff, host staff or cashiers U-Club first
floor Michigan Union. Meals, incentives and
a great work environment! Apply in person
to Darla.
EASTERN EUROPE EMPLOYMENT
Teach basic English in major European cities.
Competitive wages + benefits. Ask us howl
(517)336-0625 Ext. K55981.

FULL TIME SUMMER TEACHING
POSITIONS
The nation's largest private reading school,
the Institute of Reading Development (IRD),
is now interviewing for reading instructors
for its 1998 summer session. These classes,
offered to children of all ages and adults
throughout the Detroit metropolitan area,
develop students reading comprehension and
study skills. More significantly, they
emphasize the love of reading and reading
for pleasure. These are enrichment, not
remedial, reading programs, and are offered
under the sponsorship of public and private
universities, municipal agencies, and school
districts. We are seeking people with high
personal standards who proect warmth and
intellectual authority. Previous teaching
experience with adults or children is
valuable, though not required. We provide a
paid, comprehensive training program to
equip you for reading instction. Requires
an undergraduate degree and a reliable car.
$525-625 per week. Full medical benefits.
Call (734) 741-0766 9 AM to 9 PM, Monday
through Thursday, 9 AM to 5 PM Fridays.
FUN SUMMER JOBS for students who
want to make a difference. General
counselors, WSI's, arts & crafts, and
specialists needed from June 22 - August 14.
Must live in Bloomfield, Novi, Farmington,
or adjacent areas. WILLOWAY DAY
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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.
GYMNASTICS COACHES needed day &
early evening in Ann Arbor. Will train. Pay
$8/hr. to start. Call 734-426-0394.
HAVE AN AMAZING SUMMER! Coed
camp in Massachusetts seeks caring &
motivated college students who love kids!
General & specialty counselors needed. Join
a dedicated team. Competitivensalaries +
room+ board+ travel. 800-762-2820.
HOME HEALTH CARE attendants for lo-
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students. Very flexible schedules. Must have
transportation. Call 930-6152.
INTERESTED IN WORKING with
children? Be a Summer Day Camp Counselor
for boys. Program is child-centered, non-
competitive. Trans. provided/good salary/fun.
Circle M Day Camp, Wheeling, Illinois. 847-
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INTERLOCHEN CENTER FOR THE
ARTS
Interlochen, Michigan
LOOKING FOR AN EXCITING AND
REWARDING SUMMER WORK
EXPERIENCE?
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,
Campus Retail Store, Concert and
Information Services, Stage Crew, Cabin
Counselors, Transportation and Security,
Food Service, Nurses, Music Library,
Theatre and Waterfront. Employment dates
are June 14 - August 17, 1998. Base wages
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:
hansonal@interlochen.kl2.mi.us
INVESTMENT CO. needs four reps for
short term assignment first week in May. All
areas of state needed. Must have own trans.
$12/hr. Fax letters of interest & resume to
517-337-8513 aun: 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.
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-
.4776.
MACKINAC ISLAND'S Murray Hotel
needs summer help. No exp. nec. Housing
avail. 313-665-5750.
MACKINAC ISLAND RESORT HOTEL-
Seeking summer staff-front desk, dining
room, kitchen, & maintenance. Contact Iro-
quois Hotel winter office (in Ann Arbor) at
327-9660 or email at iroquoismw@aol.com
MARKETING/PROMOTIONS.
Aggressive, dependable, enthusiastic stu-
dents needed for Detroit Tigers home game
promotional work. $10-15/hr. Mr. Becker 1-
800-334-4897.

o yOu need expeIience in
advertising?
1f so, we're
looking for
Looking for a fun place to work where you
can gain valuable experience for your future
while facing the challenge to enhance your
office skills?
Don't miss your opportunity
to join the Daily's Classified Staff
Applications available at:
Student Publications
(next door to SAB)
420 Maynard
Application Deadline:
4/3/98, 5:00 p.m.
Apply today!!
Questions, call 764-0557

NATIONAL PARK EMPLOYMENT-
Forestry, Wildlife Preserves,
Concessionaires, Firefighters, & more. Com-
petitive wages + benefits. Ask us howl 517-
324-3110 Ext. N55983.
NICHOLS ARBORETUM needs a summer
Groundskeeper (M-Th) & Horticulture As-
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p.m., $7.25/hr. Apply at SNRE, 1032 Dana
Bldg.- see Gwen Christensen.

SUMMER WORK If you live within 20
min. of Brighton, MI, outside full-time
ainter and foreman positions. Earn $6.25 to
.00/hr. TASP International Painting Co. Call
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area.
TELEMARKETING Eve. $7-12/hr. No
selling! Call Allen 996-1107.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY CLASSIFIED
DEPT.
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 MICHIGAN DAILY Finance Staff is
hiring for Fall/Winter 1998/1999. Gain prac-
tical business experience, work 10 hrs./wk.
Pick up an application at the Student Publica-
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information, Contact Courtney or Jennifer.
763-3246.
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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PIT CHILDCARE Provider needed in our
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Call Lynn @ 662-1706.
PART-TIME 6-10 hrs./wk. 2 boys, ages 4 &
1. Must have own trans. 665-1514.
PRE-SCHOOL TEACHER needed in es-
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trails & more. Near downhill. Traverse City.
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announcements
\l
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for Miss
Michigan USA Official Preliminary to Miss
USA & Miss Universe. To enter call 248/
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MICHIGAN PSYCHOANA LYTIC FOUNDATION
ASS OIATION FOR PSYCHOANALYTIC THOUGH'AN
THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC UNIVERSITY OF MICHIA
"MUSIC LOVE AND LOSS"
PSYCHOANALYTd PERSPECTIVES ON AFFECT"
17.19 APRIL 1998
Friday,17 April Rackham auditorium
8:00prm. Paper p resentation & concert
Saturay 1 Ari Mchigan League
9:0am.mPaper presentations
12:00 p.m. Lunch
1:30 p.m. Pienary session
8:00 p.m. Concert
Sunday, 19 April Michigan Psychoanalytic Center
:00 am. Additional paper presentations
For information:
Michigan PychoanalItic Center
or Tina2Goo in HertelPh.D.
734-994-6645.248-988-7224
Friday p.m. $ aturday $75,
THINKING ABOUT TAKING the LSAT?
Come to the test prep Face-off between
Kaplan, Princeton Review & Excell Tuesday
March 24th at 6:00 p.m. in the Anderson
Room in the Union. Sponsored by the Un-
dergraduate Law Club.
roommates
FEM. RMMTE. TO SHARE beautiful lg. 2
bdrm. apt. 1 blk. from campus. Avail. now.
747-8394.

OFFICE PERSON penn., PI 20 hrs./wk.
Flex. sched., pleasant environment,
downtown A.A. MAC skills a must 761-
7204.
PART TIME hostess/host position available
for new home subdivision in Ann Arbor. No
experience necessary, however we are look-
ing for someone who enjoys meeting people,
communicates well and has light office
experience. The hours are perfect, 12 until 5
p.m. Weekends required. Fax resume or letter
of interest to: 248-347-7815.
PART-TIME AND full-time summer help
wanted now for new student owned retail
business in Ann Arbor. Friendly, energetic
thinkers CALL 677-4477.
PRACTICE MANAGERS
MEDICAL CODING SPECIALISTS
Career opportunities available in our Ann
Arbor office. We are a leader in Medical
Billing Management and currently bill for
multi-specialty physicians in four states. We
are looking for those who are dedicated,
meticulous and quick thinking. Excellent
communication & business writing skills
along with a knowledge of human anatomy a
must. Knowledge of Medical Billing &
Coding helpful but not necessary (willing to
train the right person). We offer GREAT
PAY AND EXCELLENT BENEFITS. So if
you are an articulate and dedicated individual
who enjoys working with le utilizing
leading edge medical billing tecnology in a
rapidly growing company, fax your resume
to 734.677.7407 or send to PMG, Personnel
Coordinator, POB 1108, Ann Arbor 48106.
RESEARCH ASSTS. NEEDED, part-time,
for study in nursing homes, flex. sched., own
trans. nec. $9.50/hr. 763-7264.
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 O'io suburbs. Green-
land Irrigation 1-800-361-4074.
SEVERAL POSITIONS w/ start up
software company. Doing product
development, database administration. Must
know Oracle7, SQL, PIUSQL, Oracle Forms.
769-6042.

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ADOPTION: LOVING COLLEGE edu-
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they have. Full-time mom, hugs, love &.our
hearts forever. Call Ken & Eileen at 800-484-
4838 code 5741.

EXCELLENT STAFF WANTED: Private
Girls Summer Camp in Eagle River,
Wisconsin...Looking for energetic & en-
thusiastic counselors to instruct in all
waterfront activities, team sports, tennis,
crafts, camping, gymnastics and more... Also
looking for TENNIS PRO, ASSISTANT
NURSE, and WATERFRONT
IMRECTOR.Cal 847-970l4386. See our

AFTER SCHOOL CHILD CARE
NEEDED.Spr./sum. or longer term. Looking
for warm & exp. caregiver 3 aftemoons/wk.
Tues. 3-6:30 p.m. Thurs. & Fri. 3-5:30 p.m.
More sum. hrs. if desired. 2 children, ages 8
& 12 in our Bums Park home. Good pay for
reliable n-smkg. w/own trans., ref. 769-2875.

MEMBERSHIP SERVICES REP. posi-
tions avail. at Ann Arbor YMCA. Early mor-
ning or evening hrs. Exp. preferred. YMCA
membership offered. Call Rob at 663-0536 or
stop by 350S. Fifth.

Wayne State
UniveritylHutzel Hospital
seeks healthy, nonsmoking women, ages
2 1-35, to participate in our egg
donor progam. Participation requires
frequent office visits, blood draws, daily
injections, ultrasounds and a minor surgical
procedure to remove donated eggs. Process
is confidential, financial compensation
rovided for time and travel expenses.

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