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UIERGERS
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for employer relations, said investment banking is the second
highest field of interest at CP&P, with 400 of 1,200 students
registered to use the career center's services that list it as a
field of interest. She said commercial banking is also a pop-
ular career choice.
The School of Business and Administration's Office of
Career Development reports that almost 281 students, one third
of all graduates, entered banking and financial services in 1997.
* SA senior Vijay Jayaraman said he considered the effects
a potential merger before accepting a job offer from
Goldman Sachs, a privately owned investment bank.
"Rumors were flying around about (the possibility of a
firm purchasing) Goldman, but I was assured they were not
true,' Jayaraman said. "There's always that concern because
these kind of things, like the mergers this week, can just pop
out of the blue."
Brophy said he expects the merger wave to continue, and
said the national focus of the merged banks will make oppor-
tunities available for small, specialized financial services
firms to fill niches in more localized geographic markets.
You'll see new regional investment" and commercial
bnks, Brophy said. "Students would be well advised to look

locally and regionally as well as nationally for work."
Finance Prof. Nejat Seyhun said the goal of the past
week's mergers was not to cut jobs, but to capitalize on new
cost advantages made possible by technology.
"The optimal size of the bank is getting bigger" Seyhun
said. "The idea (behind the mergers) is not to eliminate oper-
ations ... it's more to combine technology and take advantage
of economies of scale. Citigroup can, for example, sell insur-
ance out of bank offices."
Seyhun said that although "size doesn't guarantee sc-
cess' he believes the country's 10,000 banks will be repwced
through mergers by approximately 10 national banks. Seyhun
said cost savings may lead to lower fees for consumer ser-
vices such as checking.
The mergers are "good for the banks, and not bad for con-
sumers,' Seyhun said. "If more banks (decide to merge),
banks in competition with each other may drive prices for
services downward."
Brophy said the mergers will open possibilities for banks
to enter new markets and may make it easier for students
wishing to start a small business to secure loans.
Banks "might be able to go into markets they weren't able
to go into before - like (loans to) small businesses -
because they will have more available capital and more elab-
orate portfolio investment strategies," Brophy said.

MSA
Continued from Page 1
were ineffective and inefficient. They
just didn't deliver on their promises"
Olson said the student government
should organize its own signature-gath-
ering campaign because the industry
itself could not match the activism of
students.
"Students as citizens are the most
activist and easiest to organize," Olson
said. "The student government should
be able to put together a signature
drive."
Before MSA can allocate the money
to their political campaign, they must
convince the regents to approve the fee
increase - a move many insiders say is
unlikely because the board does not
want to dilute its power.
"I think it's apparent that (the
regents) don't want a student regent,"
said LSA Rep. Brian Reich, a first-year
student. "It's highly unlikely that they

"students as citizens are the most
activist and easiest to organize"
- Blois Olson
Press Secretary for Doug Ross for Governor

will approve the funding increase,
which is disappointing because I
believe that they should leave it up to
the voters of the state."
Regent Philip Power (D-Ann Arbor)
said he is against the idea of a student
regent because once such a position is
created, other constituencies such as
faculty and staff will want representa-
tion on the board.
"In general, I've felt that a student
regent is not a very good idea," Power
said. "If you begin regental representa-
tion by constituency, there's no end to the
number of positions created. I feel that
regents should represent the whole state."
A complaint filed by students of the

University's Law School also threatens to
undermine the push for a student regent.
The letter of complaint, which has
been received by Michigan's Secretary
of State Candice Miller and has yet to
be reviewed, alleges that MSA violated
the Michigan Campaign Finance Act,
which prohibits public funds from
being used for political campaigns.
"We will review the complaint on its
face," said Elizabeth Boyd, communica-
tions director for Miller. "We can either
dismiss the complaint without prejudice
if it is apparent that it was without
grounds, or we can seek additional infor-
mation that can help us determine
whether a violation has occurred."

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LAST CHANCE TO MAKE $2000 in one
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Two Student Programming
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a) musical programs and special
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b) lectures/workshops and
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for the Michigan League Progranming
Desired Qualifications
a) First position
Experience in implementing
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b) Second position
Experience in planning and
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To Apply
Application forms are available at
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For more information please
call the Michigan League
Programming Office, 734-763-4652.
Hired individuals will start by Fall 1998,
HEALTHY INDIVIDUALS needed (18-
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research studies. Involvement: blood
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INTERNET USERS NEEDED for user-tes-
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No experience req. Call 665-9307 for
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INTERNSHIP
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
McKinley Properties, Inc. a national
residential management firm with corporate
offices located in downtown Ann Arbor
seeks an intem for part-time position working
with administrative and marketing projects.
Position requires prior experience with
general office administration, computer
experience with Excel and MS Word
softwares, ability to proof read, and strong
communication skills.
Qualified candidates will possess a
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administrative support. Work 25 hours per
week between the hours of 8:30 am and 5:30
pm based on a flexible schedule, beginning
ay and ending August.

Please send resume with salary history, or
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McKinley Properties, Inc.
319 Braun Court
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
(in Braun Court/Kerrytown area)
Fax: 734-769-7271
e-mail: hr@mckinley-associates.com
EOE.
JOB COACH/REHAB associate position
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driver's license, willing to work flexible 40
hr. week. As job coach, teach work skills to
clients. As rehab associate, provide direct
care to clients. Interested parties call Patricia
Freundl at 734-677-0070.
LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION labor.
1 $7.50/hr. Good working conditions. EOE.
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NATIONAL PARK Employment - Forestry,
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NOTETAKERS NEEDED!
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info.
NUTRITION & CANCER study research
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resume: S.A. Henderson, School of Public
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48109-2029. 647-0216.
OFFICE MANAGER/SECRETARY
needed for landscape design/build firm. Must
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P/T, Ff1 SALES positions avail. in art gal-
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PAINTERS NEEDED to paint. Complexes
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PHOTO LAB TECH- minilab tech for Pro
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Pianist
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opportunity to practice and interesting salary:
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class.
Peter Sparling & Co.-Dance Gallery Studio
111 Third Street Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Phone: 747-8885 Fax: 747-9813
RECEPTIONIST FOR small non-smoking
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RESPITE CARE PROVIDERS. Child care
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Flex. hrs. Must be 18 yrs. old and have trans.
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Lawn sprinkler installation & sales. Eam up
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SANDWITCH MAKER, DISHWASHER
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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
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Enjoy a great summer that promises to be
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SUMMER CAMP JOBS: at Camp Fowler
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SUMMER FULL-TIME HELP for very
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Familiar with computer/Windows. Good
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$7-8/hr. Call Carla at 761-1150.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, Sur-
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Must be available to work 16-20 hrs. per
week, nearly exclusively evenings and
weekends. Competitive wages-starting at
$9.50/hr.
Apply in person, weekdays 8:30 a.m.-5:00
p.m., at the University of Michigan, Institute
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TRAVEL-TEACH ENGLISH: 5 day/40 hr.
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U OF M CHILD CARE Resource & Refer-
ral Counselor. Family Care Resources
Program has a full time 37.5 hrs. per week
position. Positive, flexible work environment.
Prefer bachelors and early childhood educa-
tion or related field, experience with children/
families. Starting salary $21,000 w/full
cafeteria style benefits. Send cover letter with
resume to Child Care Network. 3060
Packard, Ste. G. Ann Arbor, 48108 or fax to
734-975-1860 by April 20. EOE.
WANTED ACCOUNTING STUDENTS
for part-time bookkeeping positions w/ A2
firm. Flex. hrs. 913-0690.
WANTED!!FULL TIME aid for 4th grader
who has autism at an elementary school for
'98-'99 school year. Aid will monitor his
academic skills and deliver facilitations in the
regular ed. classroom. College degree
desired. No experience required. Contact
Nina. (810) 231-7374.
WANTED. STRONG, energetic, reliable
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ZINGERMAN'S - A great place to eat, a fun
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child car
2 GREAT KIDS, age 5 & 3, need p.m. sitter
on Mon. & Thur. Can give more hrs. if nec.
Excellent pay. Call 662-4805.
2 YR. OLD TWIN GIRLS seeking sitter in
our NE Ann Arbor home. Non-smoker. 2
days/wk in 6 (or 5)/98 thru 8/98. Call Anne
913-5820.
AFTER SCHOOL CHILD CARE
NEEDED. Spr./sum. or longer term. Looking
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Tues. 3-6:30 p.m. Thurs. & Fri. 3-5:30 p.m.
More sum. hrs. if desired. 2 children, ages 8
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reliable n-smkg. w/own car, ref. 769-2875.
BABYSITTER SOUGHT for jolly 1 yr. old
this summer. Flexible hours & transportation
required. CPR a plus. Close to campus. Call
741-9640.
BABYSITTER FOR GIRLS 8, 5, $ 3. Spr./
Sum. Fall a plus. Approx. 10 hrs., flex. days.
Exp. Trans. Bums Park. Fun, energetic, &
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CHILD CARE 3 wonderful children ages 1,
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