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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, September 16, 1998 - 7

Burglar climbs
to notorious
status
MIAMI (AP) - He is known as Spiderman, a burglar so
daring and so strong that he can scale the sides of high-rise
condos, so sure-footed that he sometimes wears sandals on
he job, so discerning that he can tell costume jewelry from
the real thing.
Investigators say he has committed at least 133 burglaries
over the past 4 1/2 years, stealing jewels, cash, credit cards
and the occasional laptop computer.
Now police believe Spiderman has been unmasked.
Derrick James, a muscular, 33-year-old former Army para-
trooper, was arrested and jailed without bail on charges of
breaking into the ritzy Bristol Towers on Miami's Brickell
Avenue. Investigators are working to tie him to dozens of
other Spiderman burglaries.
James has pleaded innocent. His lawyer, Ellis Rubin, dis-
*uted allegations that James is Spiderman, saying his client is
in the business of buying old houses, refurbishing them and
re-selling them.
Spiderman has become something of a folk hero like other
Florida jewel thieves such as Jack "Murph the Surf" Murphy,
the surfing champion who stole the 563-carat Star of India
sapphire in 1964, and John Henry "The Lizard" Coulthurst,
who in the 1970s would pull up to waterfront homes in a
skiff, scale balconies with a padded hook and a boat ladder
and crank up the air conditioning inside his victims' homes to
,mrown out the noise.
Spiderman used his agility and in credible upper-body
strength to climb quickly from one balcony to the next with-
out ropes or hooks, just his hands, investigators said. He
would climb down the same way, carrying jewels with him.
"One slip and he would have been history," said Miami-
Dade police Sgt. John Petri. "But he had the strength to do

Iranian leader orders
military, officials on alert

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) - With tensions increasing with
neighboring Afghanistan, Iran yesterday put its military and
top civilian officials on full alert and called for nationwide
demonstrations.
The government called on the public to turn out for
protest rallies following Friday prayers, the official Islamic
Republic News Agency reported.
Both countries have massed troops on their common bor-
der since the fundamentalist Taliban admitted 'Thursday to
killing eight Iranian diplomats and a journalist last month.
The official Islamic Republic News Agency quoted Iran's
supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, as saying yester-
day that military and top civilian officials must be ready
"for speedy, timely and decisive implementation of whatev-
er decisions the senior political and security authorities
deem necessary."
The leadership of Iran's parliament warned that the situa-
tion in Afghanistan "will turn into a regional and trans-
regional crisis" and urged Islamic nations to meet to counter
the threat, IRNA said.
In Saudi Arabia, Taliban representative Mawlawi

Shehabuldin said the religious army does not want war with
Iran but that -we are ready to encounter and fight against
any outside Iranian invasion." I 1is comments were made in
an interview with the London-based AI-Sharq Al-Awsat,
which was to be published today.
The Taliban, which controls about 90 percent of
Afghanistan, is widely believed to be supported by
Pakistan. Iran, alleged to be backing the alliance fighting
the Ialiban, has urged a government be formed of all
Afghan factions.
Most Pakistanis are Sunni Muslims like most Afghans.
Iran has a majority of Shiite Muslims.
Yesterday, thousands of Iranians marched in the city of
Qom, south of Tehran, protesting the diplomats' deaths,
Iranian television reported.
There have been widespread calls in Iran for a strike on
the Taliban, whose forces killed the Iranians after capturing
the Afghan city of Mazar-e-Sharif on Aug. 8.
Iran continues to accuse the Taliban of holding some 40
truck drivers who were taken prisoner when Mazar-e-Sharif
fell last month.

AP PHOTO
Derrick James, a former Army paratrooper, is suspected to be
the "Spiderman," who committed more than 133 mbberles.
what he did and he did it very well."
One reason Spiderman was successful, investigators said,
is that few people expect criminals to be crawling around the
outside of buildings 30 stories high. Many victims didn't
have their terrace doors locked, and some of those who
noticed Spiderman assumed he was a maintenance worker.
He always worked between 6 p.m. and midnight and usu-
ally struck on weekends.
Three times, Spiderman, who never wore a mask, was con-
fronted by condo owners as he tried to enter homes fwm bal-
conies. Each time, he scampered over the railing and alimbed
back down. He also was neat, leaving condos the way he
found them, except for the jewels.

MSA
Continued from Page 1
"This resolution says we support stu-
dents' rights to speak on issues impor-
tant to them,' Foster said. "This resolu-
tion gives students a voice on an issue
integral to their lives and the
University's future."
MSA Vice President Sarah Chopp
said the resolution MSA voted in favor

of last night was simply a display of
their support of students' rights.
"This is not an affirmative action
issue," said Chopp, an LSA sophomore.
"This is a constitutional right. Were not
deciding on affirmative action. Don't
let it go back to an affirmative action
debate"
With the vote of approval, MSA
agreed to support the UEAA and
NAACP's appeals of the judges deci-

sion to deny their initial motions to
intervene in the Oniversity lawsuits.
MSA Treasurer Bram Elias, an LSA
junior, said the bottom line was not the
issue of University admission policies,
but the rationale that MSA should "let
judges know students are behind the
appeal."
"We want to say to the students
behind it, 'Good job, keep going,"
Elias said.

JOBS, JOBS, JOBS!!!
Chat with famous UM alumni. enhance your
resume while you earn some extra cash!!!
**Telef ip4 needs you!** Flexible evening
hours, paid training. Earn up to $8/hour!"
Call 998-7420 for more info or stop by 611
Church #304.
*AB ASSISTANT NEEDED in the dental
school for research concerning birth defects.
Must be work study eligible. 10-15 hrs per
wk. Call 763-3396.
LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION
Laborers needed. $9/hr. & uip Full or part-
time positions avail. Call 665-4379 leave a
message.
LANDSCAPE HELP - Top Pay. Flex. hrs.,
Contact Chris Turner at 663-7600.
LEARNING EXPRESS, GREAT toy store.
Part-time, days-evenings. 56,50-7. 50/hr. On
AATA bushne in Westgate Shopping Center.
all Jan at 997-0707.
OOKING FOR AN outgoing. detail-
oriented pero for a retail pos. in a pack/ship
store. P/T or F/T. Call 677-4477.
LOOKING FOR persons interested in
periodic weekend public relations
employment. Upbeat. $7.00/hr. + bonus. Call
434-9835.
MAKE EASY MONEY! Everyone buys
Spring Break packages, so why not be the
one to sell it? USA Spring Break is currently
accepting applications for campus sales
epresentatives. Call 1-888-SPRING-
REAK.
MESSENGERS. Deliver campus mail en
route, other misc. duties. Prefer UM students
familiar w/ campus and have valid driver's
license. 8.00/hr. 20 hrs. M-F 8-12/1-5.
Call Joanne at 764-7230.
MOTHERS HELPER: Care/transport for
two kids (12.11). 2:30-5:30 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
Own car, reliable, light domestic duties,
groceries, n-smkr. Call eves. 663-2090, day
763-0633.
MUSIC INDUSTRY INTERNSHIP. Hi
Arequency seeks local interns with
nowledge of new music and the Ann Arbor
area. Work with major and independent
labels and bands such as Tool, Sneaker
Pimps, and Blues Traveler College credit
available. Call 919-932-6532.
MUSIC INDUSTRY: Booking agency
working with national recording artists seeks
interns. Call Jay after 1 a.m. 477-6677.
NOTE TAKERS NEEDED
Get paid to go to class! University Tutoring
Services is looking for students to take notes
large lecture based classes, such as Chem
30, or Econ 101, Etc. We pay S200 plus a
10% commission, which can be an extra
$500 or more. Call our office for more
information at 741-4200 or check out our
website at www.UTStutor.con.

OFFICE ASSISTANT
Part time. mornings, some weekends
necessary. Accounting experience helpful.
Open Interviews Thursday, September 17th
10 am - 3 pm or call for appointment.
Scorekeepers 310 Maynard (734) 995-0100
Ask for Michelle.
OFFICE ASSISTANT: PROVIDE clerical
and administrative support to faculty
members and support staff of the UM
Cardiovascular Research Center
Qualifications: The ability to plan and carry
out complex projects independently
Reliability and good interpersonal skills
necessary. Fax resume to Jackie Tons (734)
763-4851.
OPENINGS AT INNOVATIVE animal
hospital; FT receptionist, vet technician. PT
kennel assistant. Apply in person. 2200
South Main or 761 1870
ORIGINAL COTTAGE INN right on
central campus now hiring for cook. tol lr
part time and daytime w atstaf F Great
atmosphere and great people. Appl} within
512 E. William from 1:30-i:.3) .m
PART TIME, PERMANENT positions to
collect outstanding debts by telephone
Flexible hours iraming provided. W/hi
mm to start Operations manager P. Box
2022 Ann Arbor-48106.
PERSONAL CARE ATTENDANT lot
physically disabled male student. Pay neg.
Will train. Call Chris 761-955 I or 3320)976
PHOTOGRAPHER: Portrait. Will train.
Part-time. Call Charles 1-734-591-9359
POSITION AVAIL.: Student Programming
Asst for The Michigan League
Programming. Will be responsible loi
inplementing the League Outreach Program.
support other programt imatives. and ismsi
in promoting student programs at the
Michigan League. Qualifications: must have
exp. in volunteer work. good interpersonal
and comm. skills. and be able to work well
with teams. Apply in person at Michigan
League Programming office 911 N.
University or call 763-4652.
SALES PERSONS
For computer Hardware Company. Computer
Experience necessary Call (734) 761-1698
ext. 128 or fax resumne to (734) 6098485
SALES PERSONS
Weekend work for Computer Hardware
Company. Computer experience mandatorG.
Call (734) 761-1698 ext. 128 or fax resume
to (734) 669-8485.
SCOREKEEPERS IS CURRENTLY
accepting applications for waitstaff. barbacks
& cooks for Fall thru Winter term. Apply in
person at 310 Maynard. No experience
necessary.

SPECIAL GIF' - We're looking for hea41y
women between the ages 21-35 for egg
donation. All ethnic backgrounds are
encouraged. Fee paid. Send inquiries o
AARMA. P.O Box 2674. Ann Arbor, I
48106.
SPRING BREAK '99-Sell Trips. arn CaT
& Go Free!!' STS is now hiring campus reps
Lowest rates to Jamaica, Mexico & Floridak
Call 800-648-4849 or apply online ai
www.ststravel coin
STUDENTr 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.
STUDENTS/WORK STUDY students
Lawyers Club t)inin hiring for fall term.
5.50 - 8 25 to start. Catering opportunities &
meal benefits Apply in person (51 S State.
corner of S. State & S. [ mmiv.) or call 764-
SUBJECTS WANTED FOR perception
experricot. Takes ' hrs.. pays 525 Must be
right Handed and have vision correctable to
TAX ADMIN. ASSISTANT
Mcknev Associates. Inc.. a national real
estak in' nesoneni and ropt\ nanageimieni
i arilcc nh oficres Iocaied inl cbm otow n Ann
Arhoi teas ani opeing for an Adininistiaixe
A slsilnr witin ow. I ax depart wnent.
The abity and desire to manage and respond
to mulhiple deadlines. perform 1ob
responsibilities accurately and latmliarity
wvith Excel sotiware are mandatory
qualifications Position provides an excellent
wxork environment and entry oppomiunity for
tax area.
Please send resume with salary history to:
Mckinlec Associates, Inc.
RE: Tax AA.
P.O. Box 8649
Ann Arbor, M 48107-8649
fax: 734-769-8760
e-mail hrt nemckinle-associates.coni
EOE
TEACHER (LOVE TODDLERS). Cook.
clean. organize, yard work & pet care. Full or
gal tie. 58-SI1)/hr. 996-4847_
1IEACII ERS
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 appl
TEIEMARKETING EVE. S7-12/hr. No
selling! Call Allen 996-1107.

THE EDGE Work in a cool place with great
pay. great people. and flex hours. Benefits
.ialable Need Bar Backs, Host Persons.
Wait Staff. Security. Apply in person only
hetween 7 and 9 PM any day. -Experience
helpful but not required 2275 Ellsworth Rd.
near WalMart.
THE MICHIG;AN LEAGUE Buffet is now
hinny 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 I I & 2 p.m. 911 N.
liiersiia
TRAVEl- TEACH ENGLISH: 5 day/40
hr (No 4-8 Widsor) TESOL teacher cert
course tor by corresp). 1,000 's of jobs avail.
NOW, FRE tito pack. toll Iree 1-888-270-
1M HOSPITAL CHILD CARE seeking
regular part tme and substitute teachers foI
chldren 0 to 5 years of age. excellent pay
Ca. l 998-6195 for more info
WANTE:D EDITOR/COORDINATOR
for new slettr for the Mihig an K-
Ser'vice-l.earning (Center. IlIs. tces Pa nc.
Stels Raudenbush 647-2135 or c-mail
stellarl(r umich.edu
WAN'TED: DYNAMIC PERSON to speak
at loal area hich schools Mustihave own
ranspim iaion and at least two days open per
a k. S°5 fhr per avg. Call Justin at 800-472-
7501
WAN'Trl:D: PERL/SQL PROGRAMMEI.
F mail prl @dushane con SI 5 20/hr 1'Tmp
WEB MASTER
Entry lecel must have basic knowledc of
Photo Shop. Office '97. C.G I. & PERL. Java
Programnutng. Full or part-time Call Mr
joseph 034) 761-1698 ext. 128 or tax
icuime to4734) 669-8485
WORK ST'UDY IN the theater! University
Productmons is looking for students to work in
the areas of production assistant (scenery-
costumes. ptiii. props Imarketing assistant.
box ofice siles, and lobby attendant. Haxe
lots of fun andi be part of the creative process
Competitive salaries. For more info. contact
University Prnxiuctons at 763-5213
WORK STUIJY LAB assistant needed in
cell biology/hbghemisry lab. North campus
location. freMdnan and sophomores
prefrred. Call .Cjeneva at 769-7100 ext 528
WORK STUDY ONLY. Lab assist, needed
for 10-15 hrs./A, in med. school research
lab. $7.50/hr. Covtact Jennifer @ 647-9650.
WORK STUDY RESEARCH Asst. needed.
North Campus location. Freshman &
Sophomores welcamime. Call 769-7100 x 5065.
WORK STUDY S'TUDENTS are needed
for several office positions at Student
Publications. We're looking for punctual.
energetic students fwi assisting with some or
all of mail. phones, filing, cash receipts,
library, database ctordination, classified
paste up and advertistg tear down. Various
hours available. Pay SS.90 to 56.50 per hour.
Call for information er apply at 764-0550.
210E Student Pubiicatiowis
WORK STUDY STIDENTS needed for
the Division of Rheumatology. Work
includes a variety of ofre tasks. Flex. hrs.
avail. Contact Yvonne Sttwt 647-8173.
WORK-STUDY OR FOR COURSE
CREDIT: We are lookig for students to
assist us with ongoing ,ealth and aging
research projects, $8.00-S I1.00/hr. Duties to
include respondent intrviewing, data
analysis, data entry, mass mailings, and
general office duties. If you are interested in
hands on learning of the social research
process and are computer litetate, please call
647-5563.
WORKSTUDY media asst. for the School of
Education IRIS Resource~ Center.
Audiovisual & library circulation desk
duties.Training provided. Freshmen and
sophomores also welcome! Call '.764-5427.
WORKSTUDY office assistants help in
processing research grant proposals. Word
processing, filing, copying, addressing
campus mail. Some Mac exp. His flexible,
$8.00/hr. Call Joanne at 764-7230. .

AFTERSCHOOL CARE for 8 & 10 yr. old
3:15-5:15 pim. Tue & Thur. Eve 741-7038 or
Daytime 647-2207.
BABY SITTER NEEDED FOR 2 yr. old in
my A2 home every other Mon. & Fri 8 am .-
5:30 pm On bus line. 995-5142,
BABYSITTER NEEDED approx. 3:30-6:30)
p.m. M-F. neg.) $8/hr. Should have
transportation. Call 741-9886.
BABYSITTER NEEDED FOR 2 children
every other Wed. t/ 8-5 Possible every Wed.
Need own trans 994-9091 "
BABYSITTER NEEDED in our home or 4
1/2 yr. old and 1 1/2 yr. old Please call
Andrea at 662-9005.
BABYSITTER W/ CAR Tue. 8-10:15 a in
tor a 4 yr. old cirl $8 to start 975-9471.
BABYSITTER WANTED lx/week in my
home some ccmngs also 7 yr old & 5 yr.
old. "d/hr Call Robin 747-7247
BABYSITTER WANTED for I -2
afternoons/wk. and occasional evenmcs to
play w tr toddlers m a's I &22( Ou r 1homec
Lxp. only. Call Kim (P .66-3049 o
interview. Rate ne.
BABYSITTERS Child Care Solutions can
match you with a famil who fits your
employment needs ('all 668-688
BUSY HOUSEHOLD is lookmne for an
extra pair of hand. after school to help ii h
cookmi nand childcare. An. afternoons Great
pay. Also looking for occasional sitng. Own
car, non-smokine. 74I-9860
CARE FOR DISABLED younger women
4-12 hrs.wk. flex Devoted family West Side
area. Ref. req. 662-8109
CHILD CARE NEEDED in our home 2
full dayswk. Exp. required. Call 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 2 month old 6-10
hours a wk. Previous childcare experience a
plus. 1/2 mile from Kerrytown 668-6462.
CHILDCARE NEEDED FOR prof 's infant
on a regular P/T basis. Exp . refs.. own trans.
req to location near campus. Call 214-9591.
CHILDCARE NEEDED IN my home for 5
year old son. I hr mormning, 2 lrs. eve. MWF
immed. Need own trans. 10 mins. from
campus. Please call Nancy 973-6298.
CHILDCARE/LIGHT HOUSEWORK for
family with 3 great kids. 5-8hrs/wk. Call
734-327-6i13
DEPENDABLE BABYSITTER wanted for
occasional weekends & evenings. for 2 small
boys. In my home. Rate neg. 396-3382 leave
mse
EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER needed
for our 1 yr. old for Michigan football
Saturdays and occasional evening care. Ref.
req. 668-0273.
FATHER'S HELPER WANTED through
mid-June. M-F 3:30-7:30 p.m. be at home
when kids come home f/ school, general
mgmt of household including cooking dinner.
runnmnc errands. amd ight cleaning.5Own car
needed, ref. req., $200/wk. 741-7425.
JACK AND JILL Learning Centers is
looking for P/T child cae. Mn-Fri. 3-6
p m Call Nancy 761-8070.
MOTHER'S HELPER Needed for well-
natured 9 mo. old triplets. 16 hrs./wk. incl.
Fri aim. Exp & ref. 747-6945.
NEEDED: AFTERNOON &/OR Weekend
childcare. Must be good driver, but no car
req. Ref. & exp. necessary. Please call after 6
p.m. 741-8202.
OCCASIONAL BABYSITTER NEEDED
for our daughter: Must have reliable trans.
734-459-0167.
PROFESSIONAL COUPLE seeks
afterschool caregiver for our 10 year old
daughter. Transport from school to our home
and some activities. Must have car. No

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week w/ cover Free info 800-488-8828.
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ABSOLUTE SPRING BREAK.... "Take 2"
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ALUMNI SEEKING UP to 6 tickets for
UM vs. MSU game on Sept. 26. Call Leslie
212-986-6729 or Came 312-368-2168.
BUYING ALL UM TICKETS. Steve 480-
4332.
FOOTBALL TICKETS WANTED. 2 or 4
for any game. Cash waiting. 248-269-0400
(W) 810-463-6731 (H) Bob Obrinski.
GOOD SEATS pair of football tickets All
games. Call 332-1273.
OUT OF STATE alumni needs to sell
football tix. Tix available for entire season.
For info. please call 810-695-0356.

SEEKING ENERGETIC. DEI ENDABLI
people with a willingnesst
learn. Number of studen:
needed: 4-6 depending o
schedules. Pay rate: $6-7/hr. Jo
description: Miscellaneous errands aroun
the Medical Center. Office duties to includ
typing, sorting and delivering mail. filing

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NOTETAKERS NEEDED! answering phones, etc. Computer skills i
Seniors & Grads. Attend class, take notes. Word, Excel and FileMaker Pro is helpfu
Earn up to $14/lecture. Variety of classes, Phone: 936-5504.
flexible schedule. Faculty approved classes
only. Reserve a class of your choice for the http://w w .pub,
fall tmnow.Apply at Grade A Notes, 549 "'
E. University Ave., or call 741-9669 for more um ich.edu/daily/
info.___ iC_ .____

b THE DIVISION OF CARDIOLOGY at
d UMHS is seeking to fill two Work-study
e Program positions. The 'responsibilities of
g these clerical positions include basic medical
n office work such as maintain office files and
. records, receive, sort, and route mail, post
information to records, mailing,
photocopying, and errand running. Desired
qualificatio"s i"clude general knowledge of
office procedures and Word processing and
computer experience. For information please
contact Yvonne Beerens at 936-8214.

ASHTANGA YOGA workshop with Doug
Swenson Sept. 18-20. Energize your body
and quiet your mind. $125 or $35/session.
Call 913-8509
ED 317: SCHOOLS, COMMUNITIES &'
power is a service-learning course whicn
offers stud. chance- to work w/ K-12 kids i
schools and community based org This
course is designed to deepen our
understanding of schools and communities as
social structures that mediate and reflet
power relationships within the larger society.
We will examine how kids team to negotiate
and or transform power relationships. Mon.
1-3 p.m. SEB. Stella Raudenbush 647-2135-
or stellarl@umich.edu
FALL ESCAPE--COZY log cabins on lake
$54-79 ntly. Incl. hot tub, boats & canoes &
more. Traverse City. 616-276-9502.

SCP ENTERPRISES
3438 Ellsworth Road
734-973-1144
New/Used Remanufactured
Office Furniture
Monday-Saturday, 8-5 pm
(between Carpenter & Platt)
September student sale,
up to 80% off manufac-
turers list prices on many
used items - a must see

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