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TFOOL
Continued from Page 1
include fake dog excrement, itching
powder, sour candy and chewing gum
that turns the chewer's mouth different
colors.
"But the favorite are joy buzzers,
Reid said.
Most students who said they are
Manning an April fools joke will use
tems they already own. For LSA
sophomore Ryan Smith, the key ingre-
dient for this year's practical joke will
be glue.
Smith said he plans to spread super
glue on his roommate's pillow after his
roommate leaves the room. His room-

mate played a similar prank on another
friend last year and said it was success-
ful.
"They actually had to cut the pillow
off of his head," Smith said.
Smith said he wants to play the trick
on his roommate to give him a taste of
his own medicine.
"He's a prankster and deserves it
back," he said.
For Music junior Ernie Nolan, the
only item needed for his prank today
will be a telephone.
"I'm planning on telling my parents
I'm a Republican" Nolan said with a
smile.
Nolan said he is afraid his joke won't
be convincing. "They'll laugh; they'll

know it's just for April Fool's Day"
Nolan said.
LSA senior Jonathan Erber said he
wasn't quite sure what pranks he would
pull this year, but that his past gags of
calling friends at 7:30 in the morning
and pretending he needed someone to
post bail had taught him some key
guidelines.
"You have to do it early in the morn-
ing," Erber said. "One, they won't
remember it's April Fool's Day, and two,
they won't be coherent.'
Erber also said it is helpful to get
proof of the prank's success. "You've
got to document it - videotape it. That
way you can share it with the person. If
they sit down and see themselves

pranked, they take it much better."
Students aren't the only ones on cam-
pus who enjoy a good laugh. Some pro-
fessors play April 1 antics as well.
Robert Sharf, an associate professor
of Buddhist studies, has been known to
give fake tests on the day.
"I have many times enjoyed giving an
April fool's quiz because they are the
most delicious to compose," Sharf said.
"My courses tend to be quite rigor-
ous, and by April 1, students are fried.
It's fun to see them confront the ludi-
crous quiz."
Although he has already scheduled a
quiz for today, Sharf refused to say
whether the quiz will follow past tradi-
tions.

Suspect i wfekilig
kls self after terview
DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) - A man ambushed and killed his estranged wife
outside her office yesterday, called a television crew to his home, gave an inter-
view, then shot himself to death, police said.
The woman had obtained a personal protection order against her husband six
days earlier in response to his threats against her, police in this Detroit suburb said.
Shortly after midnight, Dearborn police answered a shooting call at AAA-
Michigan headquarters and found Donna Sinishtaj of Detroit in her car, wounded
by a gunshot. She had just completed her shift as an emergency service operator.
Sinishtaj had been shot through the driver's side window, police said in a news
release. She was rushed to Okayed Hospital, where she died at 2:55 a.m.
"Due to a past history of domestic violence, the victim's ex-husband, Alex
Sinishtaj, became the prime suspect," Dearborn Police Chief Ronald Deziel said.
At about 10 a.m., Sinishtaj called television station WXYZ-TV in Southfield
and asked for an interview at an apartment in Detroit, Deziel said. The station
called police, who went to the home.
At the scene, the 50-year-old demanded to speak with a WXYZ reporter, and
officers allowed him to do so, Deziel said. The station said he also agreed to sur-
render once he talked with the reporter.
"What happened, I did shoot my wife," he told the station as he stood in the hall-
way of his apartment building. "Me and her we are together ... 17 years. I did trust
her, I did care for her."
Deziel said Sinishtaj "further attempted to justify his actions, then abruptly
ended the interview, closed the apartment door and fatally shot himself."

REAPP
Continued from Page 1
The restrictions placed on students returning to res-
idence halls, including the exclusion of juniors and
seniors from traditional housing, were the first in
more than 10 years, Levy said. "Traditional housing"
encompasses meal-serving residence halls.
LSA sophomore Matt Meeuwsen re-applied for
housing through the regular draw in February, and said
Housing created restrictions on upper-class students
as a "tactic" to create the excess space.
"I find it surprising that the University can over-
estimate or underestimate that much," Meeuwsen
kid.
Meeuwsen, who will live in a non-traditional resi-
dence hall next year, said he does not know if he
would have applied for the walk-in lottery because he
was concerned about his chances in February.
"Housing put some concerns and doubts (in stu-
dents' minds) about whether there would be rooms
available," Meeuwsen said.
In case the number of applicants who accept the
University's offer of admission is greater than estimat-
ed, the University can use the extra spaces for incom-
g students, said Levy.
He added that while it is not likely, it is still possi-

"I think there were some students that were really
upset with some of the decisions made."
- Tim Wright
Residence Hall Association President

ble that some first-year students could be placed in
temporary housing.
"The fact that we signed fewer leases than we
anticipated or looked for ... doesn't translate to
what will happen Sept. 1," Levy said. "We have
not placed a single new student or sophomore
transfer.
"If the yield is higher, that number could evaporate
very quickly," Levy said.
Levy said Housing will keep the number of over-
flow triples to 150 - half the number in use this
year.
Residence Hall Association President Tim Wright
said he is surprised about the number of open spaces
because the number of re-applications was similar to
what Housing had predicted.
"Housing's initial goal with all of this was to
not have anybody in lounges and (to) reduce the
number of converted triples," Wright said.

"They've ended up right were they thought they'd
never be."
Students may have decided to return to the resi-
dence halls because of the late release of information
concerning this year's restrictions, Wright said.
"I think there were some students that were really
upset with some of the decisions made" this past fall,
Wright said. "A lot of students felt like they weren't
allowed to come back to the halls and maybe some of
them felt they weren't welcome."
In order to better inform students about housing
choices, students moving into residence halls this
September will be informed of their options with-
in the first month of the semester, Wright said.
"Folks will know exactly where they stand in their
options in coming back to the halls," Wright said. "In
any case, it will be better for the residents because
they will know where they stand in the beginning of
the year."

GOLDHAGEN
Continued from Page 1
them to rethink the positions they
once accepted to be true,"
Goldhagen said.
But not everyone sees
Goldhagen's work as monumental.
Some scholars have argued that the
assumptions made by Goldhagen are
false, and that his generalizations
are based on incidents that are taken
out of context.
History Prof. Geoff Eley wrote in
the Michigan Quarterly Review that

"the scale of the publicity is in
inverse proportion to the modesty of
the scholarly contribution."
Hillel Program Associate Rachel
Bendit said Goldhagen's work has
impacted some University courses,
and his presence will encourage dia-
logue on the Holocaust.
"His work has generated extraor-
dinary controversy," Bendit said.
"His book is taught in many classes
here. We thought it was important to
bring him here, so the University
community could engage with him
in a discussion about his work."

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HOUSEHOLD/CHILDCARE helper
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LABORATORY ASSISTANT $5.50 to
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LIFEGUARD & SWIM Instructor positions
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CHILD CARE for infant in our N.E. Ann
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Student Travel Breaks in Ann Arbor. Stamos
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METALLICA TICKETS available. Call
930-9563.
WINTER ESCAPE- Cozy log cabins on
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616176-9502.

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Slim Down Camp on modem college cam-
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nship credit available Three years college,
Smum. You can help change a life this
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CLERICAL POSITIONS AVAILABLE
PIT positions for Spr. & Sum. w/ flexible day
hrs. Computer exp. needed, preferably Excel
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helpful. Ability to work in a team
environment. Will train. Start at $7.00/hr. For
more info, contact Thalia Adams at Michigan
Telefund at 998-7420.
COMPUTER DESIGNER of Intemet-based
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proficiency in HTM JAVA, and Photoshop
lications for the MAC environment. Grow
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fax to 313-663-9262 or email to
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COUNSELORS, ACTIVITY DIRECTOR,
cook, & lifeguard needed at coed summer
camo near A2. (734)878-6628 for more info.

FUN SUMMER JOBS for students who
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sts 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
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Call Craig at 248-477-7727.
GREAT SUMMER JOB! Spring Valley
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GREENHOUSE HELP. People needed for
sales & greenhouse work. Job involves work
in April, May&June. For details call 994-
6112. Ask for Paul Nielson.
HAVE AN AMAZING SUMMER! Coed
camp in Massachusetts seeks caring &
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General & specialty counselors needed. Join
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HIGH SCHOOL Math & Science tutor
needed. Call 913-9464.

MACKINAC ISLAND'S Murray Hotel
needs year round manager. Live/work 6
months on Mackinac Island and 6 months in
Ann Arbor. Fax resume to 313-665-2644 or
write P.O. Box 7706, Ann Arbor, MI 48107.
MUSIKER TOURS. Counselors needed for
our stud. travel programs. Applicants must be
21 yrs. old by June 20, 1998. We need
mature, hardworking, energetic individuals
who can dedicate 4-7 wks. this summer
working with teenagers. We will be on cam-
pus interviewing Tues. April 14th. To receive
an application or more info: Call Jen at 888/
8-SUMMER or E-mail:
jen@summerfun.com
NATIONAL PARK EMPLOYMENT-
Forestry, Wildlife Preserves,
Concessionaires, Firefighters, & more. Com-
itive wages + benefits. Ask us how! 517-
24-3110 Ext. N55983.
NEW PUBLICATION IS seeking
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women for "soft sell" Advertising Sales.
Hourly salary plus commission, 8-10 hrs. per
week. Call 800-503-4473 for more info. or
email mrosenberg@aol.com.
OFFICE CLERK: Small Ann Arbor law
firm in need of part time help (15-20 hrs./
wk.). $7.00/hr. Duties: filing, light typing, file
maintenance, errand running (using own
transportation), telephone reception, other
general office assistance. Please respond to:
Pierce & Hahn, 709 W. Huron St., Ste200,
Ann Arbor, MI 48103. fax 747-7450. phone
769-9191.
OLD WEST SIDE DAD NEEDS HELP 1
aftemoon per week cleaning house, folding
laundry, etc. Good pay, flex. hours. 747-
6346. Leave message.

ADOPTION Loving, college educated
couple wishes to adopt. We can provide a
child w/ a fine education and beautiful home
filled w/ much love & laughter. Please call
Cindy & Don 800-33-2116.
GOVT. FORECLOSED homes from pen
nies on $1. Delinquent Tax, Repo's. REO's.°
Your Area. Toll Free (1)800-218-9000 Ext.
H-I 864 for current listings.
STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIPS! Par-
ticipate in John Hopkins medical trial. Pays
for Spanish program in beautiful Antigua,
Guatemala. Medical trial details: Janet Shim-
ko 410-995-0053, e-mail:
jshimko@jhsph.edu. Spanish program
details: AmenSpan 1-800-879-6640, E-mail;
info@amerispan.com, Web:
www.wnerispap.com
TEACHERS OPEN HOUSE Saturday,
April 4,11-1:00. Child Care Connection will
be hosting an Open House for prospective
full time & part time teachers for our multi,
age infant/preschool center. Tour our build-
ing and receive information about our great
salary pckage. 2664 Miller, Ann Arbor.
994-1150.
WITNESS WANTED if you saw a bouncer
punch a patron in the eye in the Nectarine on
Feb. 14, 1998. Call 482-5000.

2 ROOMMATES WANTED to share 2
bdrm. apt. off North Cmps. May to May lie,
$250/mo. Fem. only Call 747-6893.
FEMALE UNDERGRAD. looking for a
room in a house/apt. to rent for Fall '98 only.
Please call Elana @ 668-1632.
HOUSEMATE WANTED! 1 rm. avail. in 4
bdrm. hse. $350/mo. + util. Idry., prkg.-
dwsher., 2 full baths. Share w/3 undergrads.
Female pref. Call Lynn 764-2901.

INTERESTED IN PLAYING for part of the
summer and working the rest?'Then we have
the job for you. Looking for a loving, non-
smoking nanny for our three girls (10, 6, and

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