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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 10, 1998 - 7A

" Star whale takes one
real step to freedom

Strongfeelings

NEWPaT, Ore. (AP) - Keiko the killer wiale,
who leapeover a harbor breakwall to the sea in the
"Free WilI movie, took a real-life step toward free-
dom yesteay when he was hoisted from his aquar-
ium tank tkbe airlifted to a bay pen in Iceland.
On a sia1 from a handler, the 9,050-pound,
droopy fined orca swam into a nearby holding
tank and kis slowly lifted with a nylon sling into
a special tnsport tank on the back of a truck.
He mad chirping noises during the move.
lundres of children and adults waved good-
bye, somearrying "We Love You Keiko" banners
outside th Oregon Coast Aquarium.
"A parbf me feels sad," said 9-year-old Kasey
Lindsay, vAo wore a Keiko T-shirt and sipped Keiko
root beer inside the aquarium. "But then I'm glad
he is leavig so he can be with his family."
The wile headed to an Air Force C-17 trans-
port plan for the eight-hour flight to Iceland.
There, hewill be placed in a football-field-sized
bay pen tat will serve as a sort of halfway house
until is ale to be released into the wild.
There vas less enthusiasm in his soon-to-be
home, wkre killer whales abound. "It's ridiculous
to have 21-year-old orca come back here to
Iceland,"said artist Eva Benjaminsdottir. Others
questiond whether he can adjust to the wild.
The 193 box-office hit "Free Willy" about an
orca thratened by a villainous amusement park
owner, tok on a whole new meaning when it was
learned iat the real-life whale was actually in a
crampedvlexico City tank.
Schot kids collected pennies to help save the
ailing liko (KAY-koh). Warner Bros. and cell-
phone Hlionaire Craig McCaw kicked in millions

more to bring him to the spacious Oregon tank to
recuperate from lung inlCct ions and lesions.
TIwo and a tzalf years and $12 million later,
Keiko has regained his strength, put on at least a
ton of muscle and blubber and has taken lessons to
catch his daily diet of 145 pounds of fish, instead
of being hand-fed.
"I1e is the most fit whale I have ever seen in
captivity," veterinarian Lanny Cornell said before
the whale was loaded into his water-filled, fiber-
glass box for his long flight to Iceland.
In his pen, Keiko will be reintroduced to the
sights and sounds of the same waters off Iceland
southern coast where he was captured more than
19 years ago at age 2.
Still, trying to transform a long-captive, pam-
pered whale back into a ruthless predator has
never been tried before, and whale handlers at
aquariums across the nation say Keikos move is
only a feel-good exercise that puts the whale at
risk.
Critics say that Keiko isn't skilled enough at
catching fish, has no experience interacting with
other orcas and could be shocked by the frigid,
harsh conditions of the North Atlantic.
And some question the $2 million cost, all paid
by the Free Willy Keiko Foundation.
Even Keiko's most enthusiastic handlers say it
will be at least two years before they can deter-
mine if he can survive in the open ocean. And they
concede he may spend the rest of his life - 10
years or more - in the pen.
The varied dangers to Keiko left mixed feelings
with the children of Oregon's coast who have
adopted the whale as their own.

Feds plan for
better air bag
technolog
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Federal officials are expected to
announce a proposal this week to spur more advanced tech-
nology in autos to prevent inflating air bags from accidental-
ly killing some passengers.
Although air bags have saved more than 3,000 lives,
according to government estimates, they have been blamed
for killing I I I people since 1990 -- mostly child passengers
or small female drivers.
Aiming to prevent such deaths, the proposal would expand
the kinds of crash tests required for federal certification ofair
bags and expand the types of test dummies used to an entire
"family" rather than just the traditional adult male, govern-
ment and industry officials said, speaking on condition of
anonymity.
The new proposal could be made public as early as today,
officials said, with President Clinton tentatively scheduled to
make the announcement. After a public comment period, olli-
cials at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
have about a year to come up with a final regulation.
NHTSA officials declined to comment on specifics of the
plan, but it recently cleared a final government hurdle before
it can be made public - approval by the Office of
Management and Budget.
Many children who were killed by air bags were unbelted or
unrestrained, allowing them to be thrown close to the dashboard
- where the air bag deploys -- during pre-crash braking.
To try to limit that danger, the agency will propose testing"
with 6- and 3-year-old child dummies who are not properly
seated but are instead close to the dash board. NIITSA also
will require testing with an infant dummy in a rear-facing
infant seat and a female dummy, officials said.

AP PHOTO
A communist supporter shouts anti-goverment slogans during a demonstration
outside the Kremlin in Moscow yesterday calling for the resignation of President
Boris Yeltisn.

OFFIC HELP. WORK-study positions
availat in Romance Languages. Must not
be takig elementary French or Spanish.
Competive wage. Contact Judi @ 763-0408
or jkseon@umich.edu or 4105 MLB.
OVEPIGHT SUPERVISOR
Live-i Position
FREEENT & UTILITIES
Workig with pregnant and parenting youth
Locad in downtown Ann Arbor.
Conti Lisa Greco at
FathePat Jackson House Program
761-140.
PAR' TIME ASSIST. for nationally known
mediaresearch and strategy firm. Excellent
positin for marketing, research or
comiunications students. 12-25 hrs./wk.
$8.7hr. to start. Need strong PC skills.
Restne to Mark Kassof & Co 220 E. Huron
t Suit-09 Ann Arbor 48104.
PAM TIME SCHOOL custodian for light
cleaing duties. No experience necessary.
Musbe available in late afternoon or early
eveng. Call 761-2576 and speak to
Greien or leave a message.
PAF TIME TEACHER needed for after
schol program. Must be able to work 3-5:45,
thre to five days per week. $7.65 per hour.
Cal761-2576 and speak to Gretchen or leave
meage.
PAIT TIME, PERMANENT positions to
colict outstanding debts by telephone
Fleible hours. Training provided. $8/hr.
mu to start Operations manager P.O. Box
202 Ann Arbor 48106.
P*T-TIME DATA entry clerical position.
95% accuracy with appropriate speed
(wm+), customer service skills, excellent
telphone manner, problem resolution skills,
puctual, mature flexible personality, ability
towork independently and prioritize daily
wck loads and timeframes. Experence w/
idows 95 and Microsoft Office. If you
wuld like to apply for this positicn, please
sumit your resume to: Office of Planning
art Marketing, 300 N. Ingalls Room 4E14,
An Arbor, MI 48109-0475 or e-nail your
reume to bktumer@umich.edu
AIRT-TIME school age childcare teachers
,nted. $6.50/ hr., 7:15am-9:00am/3:15-
615pm. Contact the director at 994-
485/973-9758. Experience with children
nicessary. Education students velcome
IERSONAL CARE ATTENDANT for
pysically disabled male studtnt. Pay neg.
Vill train. Call Chris 761-9551or 332-0976.
. OSITION AVAIL.: StudentProgramming
0 isst. for The Michigan League
rogramming. Will be reponsible for
knplementing the League Outeach Program,
support other program initiatves, and assist
in promoting student pro:raes at the
Micligan League. Qualificatns: must have
exp. in volunteer work, god interpersonal
and comm. skills and be abl to work well
with teams. Call Micigan League
Programming office @ 763-452.

SECRETARIAL SUPPORT WordPerfect,
MS Excel & Adobe Pagemaker preferred.
Prepare manuscripts and correspondence for
small office. Experience in legal or academic
setting a plus. 20 hours or more. Pay
commensurate. Please fax resume to
Functional Assessment Systems at 769-1434
or call 769-9725.
Hotel
CAMPUS INN
AsQuared Grill
Immediate openings available for
the following positions.
* BANQUET WAITSTAFF
part time
" RESTAURANT WAITSTAFF,
breakfast & dinner
full/part time
* ROOM SERVICE
morning
We are looking for experienced,
enthusiastic and dependable
people to join our to notch
service team. We offer excellent
wages and benefits. On campus.
We are committed to a drug-free
workplace. Please call Human
Resources at (734) 769-2247
between 10 am and 5 pm,
Tues.-Sat. EOE.
CAMPUS INN
615 E. Huron St.
Ann Arbor, MI
SEMINAR ASST. FOR Thur. from 11-4.
741-8575 Beth.
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.
SPRING BREAK '99-Sell Trips, Earn Cash
& Go Free!!! STS is now hiring campus t'eps.
Lowest rates to Jamaica, Mexico & Florida.
Call 800-648-4849 or apply online at
www.ststravel.comn.
STUDENT STAFF POSITIONS: Career
Planning & Placement. Customer Service,
data entry, admin. assistance and more. For
work study and temp. Apps. available 8-5,
M-F. 3200 SAB. 764-7460.
STUDENT W/ BROAD range of interests,
incl. business. 6 hrs./wk. $8-11/hr. 764-5448.
STUDENTS/WORK STUDY students
Lawyers Club Dining hiring for fall term.
$7.50 - 8.25 to start. Catering opportunities &
meal benefits. Apply in person (551 S. State,
corner of S. State & S. Univ.) or call 764-
i115.

TEACHERS
Preschool Assistants and Substitutes. The
Discovery Center, an Accredited Early
Childhood Program in Ann Arbor, seeks
individuals with early childhood work
experience to fill 22-30 hour permanent
positions and substitute positions. Call 663-
7496 to apply.
THE MICHIGAN LEAGUE Buffet is now
hiring for Fall. Work hours variable between
10 a.m. and 3 p.m. No nights, no weekends.
Work study also avail. Apply in person at the
League Buffet between 11 & 2 p.m. 911 N.
University.
THE U OF M Museum of Natural History is
accepting applications for docents through
Sept. 14. Duties include leading guided tours,
conducting educational programs and
working in the museum store. Work-study
and non-work-study positions available.
Apply in person in the Museum Store, on the
first floor of the Ruthven Bldg. For more
info., e-mail Kelly at kelsul.@umich.edu, or
call 647-1371.
TIM HORTON'S- UP to 6.75/hr. all shifts.
Fall avail, necessary. Benefits include: health
insurance, free meals/ uniforms. 401K.
convenient to bus route, you get to work w/
Rose in a clean friendly environment. Apply
in person at Michigan League: by Hill
Auditorium 911 N. University.
TUTOR FOR MY 8th grade daughter in my
home after school. Math. French & music.
Excellent pay. 995-0686.
TUTOR NEEDED FOR high school junior.
2-3 hrs. M-F. $7.50/hr. If you are thorough,
patient & consistent please call 662-7429.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Business
School Snack Bar is now hiring for the Fall
term. Wanted: dependable & reliable counter
help. Counter help will train. The Snack Bar
is open 7 days a week. Shifts available from
7.a.m to I la.m., and I I a m, to 2 p.m. Will
work around class schedule. Starting pay is
$7. 10/hr. Please apply in person in the
student lounge which is located at 904
Monroe or contact Gayle Flowers at 936-
3160 before 2 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Work study students also welcome. EOE.

Quality *Service Freshness * Selection
COME JOIN A WINNING TEAM
work around your classes & family
Busch's, an upscale supermarket, is
now accepting application for the
following posions:
Cashier * Day/Night Stock
Deli Clerk * Produce Clerk
Meat Clerk * Accounting Clerk
Ann Arbor.....2240 S. Main St.
Ann Arbor.....2020 Green Rd.
Ypsilanti........2375 Ellsworth Rd.
Saline.....565 E. Michigan Ave.
We Offer
* shift premiums
* excellent wages and benefits
* flexible shifts (both F/T and P/T)
* advancement opportunities
For more info call
Chris Gale @ (734) 994-7202
WAIT STAFF/CASHIER wanted. Apply at
China Gate. 1201 S. University. 668-2445.

AFTER SCHOOL, 6 & 8 YR. OLD boys,
& light housekeeping. Approx. 10 hrslwk.
Must have car. 930-0539.
AFTERSCHOOL CARE FOR 3 school age
children reliable car required. 734-665-5285.
AFTERSCHOOL CARE-TRANS. for 2
children in NE Ann Arbor. Non smkr. Good
car 769-2530.
AFTERSCHOOL CARE/TUTORING 4
days/wk. in our SE Ann Arbor home for 12
.r. old son. Non-sinkr. Must have car. 734-
971-2673 eves.
AFTERSCHOOL SUPERVISION AND
transportation needed for I1, 13. &15 yr. old
girls. 3:30-6 M-F desired but negotiable.
Excellent pay. Close to campus. 994-4188.
BABYSITTER NEEDED approx. 3:30-6:30
p.m. M-F. (neg.) $8/hr, Should have
transportation. Call 741-9886.
BABYSITTER NEEDED FOR 2 toddler
boys. 10-12 hrs./wk. Car needed. 668-7324.
BABYSITTER NEEDED FOR 8 yr. old
girl approx. 3:30 - 6 p.m. M-F. Old West
Side. A car required. 668-1332 evenings.
313-961-7728 days.
BABYSITTER W/ CAR Tue. 8-10:15 a.m.
for a 4 yr. old irl $8 to start. 975-9473.
BABYSITTER WANTED - Loving,
responsible, experienced sitter to care for my
2 children in my home. Flex. hrs. and days -
approx. I weekend night and I weekday
morning or afternoon. References required.
Transportation preferred. Call Laura at 769-
0568.
BABYSITTER-OCCASIONAL NIGHTS/
weekends - For 6 yr. old girl. N. Campus,
nonsmkr., own transp. Reliable. Call Jane or
Andy 763-8615.
BEFORE SCHOOL childcare for
elementary aged children in our home near
UM Stadium. Mon.-Fri. 10-15 hrs./wk. $9/hr.
N-smkr. 761-6253 eves. 669-7714 days.
CHILD CARE NEEDED in my Ann Arbor
home after school for 2 kids ages 10 & 14
Mon.-Fri. 3-5:30. Non-smkg. Must have own
car. Call Jill at 482-4500 or 747-8748.
CHILD CARE NEEDED in our home 15-
20 hrs./wk. Flex. hrs. I mile from campus.
761-1306.

SITTER WANTED Saturday eves. for 6 &
3 yr. old in our Pittsfield Twsp home.
Occasional weekday eves. a plus. 434-0930.
WANTED - DEPENDABLE CARING
female for childcare Mon-Fri 3:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Must have reliable car to take children to
lessons. Call 665-0625 leave message.
WANTED MOTHER'S HELPER. 4-8
hrs./wk. Will work with your schedule. Must
have car. Call 944-1700.
WE ARE LOOKING for an energetic and
patient person to care for our 6 mo, old
daughter. Would also sometimes be
responsible foruour 3 yr. old son. 10-20
hrs./wk. in our West Side home. N-smkr.
Must have ref. If interested, please call Moe
@ 480-4377 or 485-5066.

tickets & travel
%I

U-M HOSPITAL CHILD CARE seeking
regular part time and substitute teachers fo
children 0 to 5 years of age, excellent pay
Call 998-6195 for more info.
WANTED:
STUDENT HELP
Part time students apply

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Maintenance
Grounds work

WANTED: DYNAMIC PERSON to speak
at local area high schools. Must have own
transportation and at least 2 days open per
week. $25/hr. avg. call Ryan or Justin at I-
800-472-7501.
WE ARE LOOKING for students with
work-study funds to work in our research
labs & office located on the Medical Center
Campus. For lab students it would be helpful
to have exp. in a science research field such
as chemistry, biology, etc. Pay rate is $6/hr.
Only work study students considered.
Contact Kim Kimbrell at 763-0651.
WENDY'S UP TO 6.75/hr. all shifts. Fall
avail. necessary. Benefits include: health
insurance, free meals/uniforms, 401K,
convenient to bus route. Apply in person at
Michigan League: by Hill Auditorium 911 N.
University or Michigan Union 530 S. State.

ABSOLUTE SPRING BREAK... "Take 2"
2 Free Trips on only 15 sales or ...Earn $$$$.
Jamaica, Cancun, Bahamas, Florida, Padre!
Free Meals, Parties and Drinks. Lowest
Prices** Limited Offer. 1-800-426-7710/
www.sunsplashtours.com
BUYING ALL UM TICKETS! Steve 480-
4332.
FOOTBALL TICKETS NEEDED, student
or non. 761-8462.
LOOKING TO TRADE 2 Syracuse tix for
2 MSU tix. Call Mike 213-5652.
OUT OF STATE alumni needs to sell
football tix. Tix available for entire season,
For info. please call 810-695-0356.
PAIR OF U OF M season football tix. avail,
770-736-9273.
PAIR OF UofM season football tix. for sale.
Call 970-472-9361.
SPRING BREAK '99
Cancun or Jamaica from $399
Reps wanted!
Sell 15 and travel free!
Lowest Prices Guaranteed!!!
Info: Call 1-800-446-8355
www.sunbreaks.com
WANTED 2 football tickets for any
homegame of the 98/99 season. Fans from
South Dakota willing to pay your price. (605)
342-5404 or e-mail to dmasters
@rapidnet.com between 8am-5pm.
Fannncements

positions
available-mostly
repair work
Flexible hours
Competitive wages
S. of MA Students only
Apply in person at the Michigan
Union Administrative offices.
http://www.pub.
umich.edu/daily/

SCOREKEEPERS IS CURRENTLY S
accptng ppications for witstaff, barbacks SUBJECTS WANTED FOR perception
accepfing appi .trWitterAli experiment. Takes 3 hrs., pays $25. Must be
& coos for Fall thru Winte erm. ppyin right-handed and have vision correctable to
person at 310 Maynard.,No experience 20/20. Call 936-2825.
necessary.

WORK STUDY JOBS at the TENANTS
UNION. Tenant counseling, fundraising,
progressive, fun organization. Must be avail.
for training,9/26 Call 936-3076 by 9/15.
WORK STUDY RESEARCH Asst. needed,
North Campus location, Freshman &
Sophomores welcome. Call 769-7100 x 5065.
WORK STUDY RESEARCH Asst.
Perform routine laboratory tasks-
sectioning, library research, lab maintenance,
dish washing, & some animal care. 5-10
hrs./wk. $6-7/hr. Call Susan @ 763-5391.
WORK STUDY STUDENTS are needed
for several office positions at Student
Publications. We're looking for punctual,
energetic students for assisting with some or
all of mail, phones, filing, cash receipts,
library, database coordination, classified
paste up and advertising tear down. Various
hours available. Pay $5.90 to $6.50 per hour.
Call for information or apply at 764-0550,
210E Student Publications.
WORKSTUDY office assistants help in
processing research grant proposals. Word
processing, filing, copying, addressing
campus mail. Some Mac exp. Hrs flexible,
$7.50-8.00/hr. Call Joanne at 764-7230.
WORKSUDY POSITIONS for fall term in
Endocrinology laboratory. 8 dollars per hour.
Contact Doctor Valverde at 647-2604.
YARD WORK OR cleaning. Close to
campus. $10/hr. flex. hrs. 971-3321.

CHILD CARE NEEDED in our home. 2
days/wk. Exp. required. Call 734-669-2088.
CHILD CARE WANTED to care for lively
& well behaved 10 yr. old son. Must have car
to pick him up from school at 3:30, do
homework & watch him until 6 p.m. Good
salary, close to campus, male &/or female
encouraged to apply. Home 332-1494 Office
647-4320.
CHILDCARE FOR ALMOST 2yr. old girl.
$8/hr. Tues. and/or Fri. 9-12 a.m. Own
transportation, non-smoker. 971-2674.
CHILDCARE MATURE non smoking
female for boy, 8 & girl, 10 after school/eves.
Flex. hrs. must have dependable car. 761-
3261 eves./weekends.
CHILDCARE NEEDED FOR prof.'s infant
on a regular P/T basis. Exp., refs., own trans.
req. to location near campus. Call 214-9591.
CHRISTIAN ASSISTANT NEEDED to
provide child care & household help. Ability
to enforce structure, supervise homework.
Exceptional computer skills, love for sports,
& a great attitude towards life - a must. 663-
3798.
DISABLED WOMEN NEEDS Personal
Secretary. Please call 327-9775 after 4 p.m.
ENERGETIC CHILDCARE provider
wanted. 2-3 days/wk. Own transp. needed.
ref.. req. Competitive wages. 944-2232.
EXP. CAREGIVER NEEDED for 2 1/2 yr.
old in our Ann Arbor home. Non-smkr., ref.,
own trans. 994-0393.
FUN JOB START SOON! Pick up toddler
and two 7 yr. olds at 3:45. Play till 6p.m. M-
Th. By Big 10. Must have car. 763-0585.
JACK AND JILL Learning Centers is

INTERESTED IN BEING a student
manager for the University of Michigan
Men's Basketball team. Call Josh Stoler at
998-6127 or attend a manager's meeting
Wed. 9/16 @ 7p.m.

YOGA TUES. 11:30 -
Congregational Church
663-3798.

I Thurs. 5:3W-illa s.
St & Williams. Cali.

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