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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 17, 1998 - 9A

'PA considers regulations
to make urban air cleaner

State rep calls for Clinton to resigns.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Michigan able offenses by the president. we condone injusticc.: I lockstra told
Congressman Pete Hoekstra last night The independent counsel's report his colkeagues on the II tloor.

called for President Clinton to resign.
He is the second Republican congress-
man from Michigan to ask for Clinton's
resignation. His call comes as the House
Judiciary Committee examines the report

accuses Clinton of perjury and obstruc-
tion of justice in covering up his affair
with Monica Lewinsky.
"If we do not stand for truth, then by
our silence we condone lies. If we do

"Lying under oath is a serious crime;
so serious that it is a felony under fed-
eral law," the llolland congressmn:
said.
"The time has come for President

DETROIT (AP) - The
4k nvironmental Protection Agency is
onsidering new regulations designed
4o clean the air in the nation's urban
areas, including southeast Michigan.
As part ofa broad expansion of its
regulatory powers, the agency is con-
sidering four waves of regulations in
America's largest cities. The regula-
tions would aim to remove 825,000
pounds of potentially carcinogenic
pollution from the air in the Detroit
area.
The rules could affect the auto
dustry within 18 months, then
spread to hospitals, corner dry clean-
ers and giant industrial facilities
alike.
Though the EPA hasn't deter-
mined the extent of its new urban air
rules, the Detroit News reported yes-
terday the changes could include:
New, more expensive pollution-con-
trol devices on autos; new ways of
fining fuels that could affect gaso-
ne prices at the pump; and changes
in the chemicals dry cleaners use to
remove stains and the kinds of ink
used by printers of wedding invita-
tions.
Automakers are wary about the

research that will help form the new
EPA policies.
"We don't have a lot of facts,"
said Richard Paul, environmental
health manager for the American
Automobile Manufacturers
Association.
The new regulations would cover
chemicals the EPA has not specifical-
ly regulated before and could involve
many businesses that generate so lit-
tle pollution that it wasn't noticed
previously by the EPA.
The push for tougher air standards
stems from an order Congress hand-
ed the EPA eight years ago to come
up with an "Urban Air Toxics
Strategy." The agency is still working
on an outline of the plan.
"The strategy is an unfinished
book, a framework for developing
consensus on what to do about toxic
chemicals in urban air," said Bob
Perciasepe, the EPA's top air pollu-
tion regulator.
The first EPA urban air regula-
tions will take effect by 2000 and will
target vehicle emissions. Three more
sets of regulations come together by
2005.
The document outlining the EPA's

strategy for the urban air rules, open
for public comment through the end
of November, says "air toxics can
pose special threats because of the
concentrations of people and sources
of emissions" in cities.
Lansing environmental consultant
and Sierra Club member Alex Sagady
said research shows many of the air-
borne chemicals the EPA would reg-
ulate can cause cancer or other health
problems, including asthma, liver
damage or birth defects.
But Paul, of the automobile man-
ufacturers association, questions the
EPA's assumptions about health risks.
"The EPA doesn't know what any-
body is exposed to, but they make
estimates that are plugged into math-
ematical models and then they use
estimates of potency based o animal
research;' he argued. "It's assumption
piled on assumption."
. Officials in some big cities fear
the EPA's focus on urban air will
drive development to suburban and
rural areas, where EPA scrutiny
would be less intense. But Perciasepe
said many of the possible regulations
would apply across the board, not just
in urban areas.

by Kenneth Starr of possible impeach- not stand for justice, then by our silence ,. Clinton to resign," he said.

HOCKEY
Continued from Page IA
Engineering first-year student Vipul Shah, who said his room-
mate told him the tickets cost $164, said he didn't know enough
about the'team to pay so much money for tickets.
"They were kind of expensive," Shah said. "I would have
definitely bought them if they would have been a little less
expensive."
With two days left for students to sign up for tickets, some
have already begun calculating how much they spent to watch
the team suit up for their rivalries.
"I paid about $155, and I think they canceled a
game," said Engineering senior Andy Drake, who pur-

chased tickets this week. "I did some calculations and
that came out to over $9 a game. That's up from $5 or
$6 last year."
Drake said that although he thinks it is "ridiculous to charge
that much to students," the price is still worth it.
"I guess if we were underpriced, we did what we had to
do," Drake said. "But in Minnesota, I think they play in
larger arenas, and maybe that's why it's more there."
Drake, who has been a season ticket holder for three
years, added that the high price makes hockey tickets more
expensive than Michigan basketball tickets.
"I like hockey, but I guarantee fewer students bought tick-
ets this year," Drake said. "I didn't see a line when I went to
buy tickets."

STUDENT
Continued from Page IA
"He really knew what he liked. He
knew how to have a good time;"
Vasquez said.
RC sophomore Alberto Santiago was
another of Giacherio's neighbors in East
Quad.
"Chris was a great person. He had an
excellent personality;" Santiago said.
"There's nothing you couldn't like

about him"
In addition to his welcoming person-
ality, Giacherio also excelled in acade-
mics, Vasquez said.
"If Chris fell behind, he would
always catch up,"Vasquez said.
Giacherio was fond of watching
movies in German and speaking with his
friends in the language, Vasquez said.
"You could tell his personality just by
seeing him" Vasquez said. "I feel bad.
A lot of people didn't get to know him.

"I feel grateful for the time I did have
with him," Vasquez said.
Both Vasquez and Santiago said they
were surprised to hear about
Giacherio's death.
Zeta Psi is not affiliated with the
Interfraternity Council.
Rose Giacherio said timeral arrange-
ments have been made at Muehigs
Funeral Chapel in Ann Arbor, including a
viewing period tomorrow from 2 p.m.-8
p.m. with a formal service at 8 p.m.

HTML AUTHORING for all-male adult
Web site. $10/hr. e-mail scott313@att.net
IN THE JOB MARKET? Be smart- give
yourself the edge over your competition. Get
an employer's perspective on interview's and
resumes. 888-846-JOBS. (code UMOI).
*TERNATIONAL COMPANY SEEKS
motivated people willing to work from home
,PT or FT. English a must, 2nd language a
us. Training provided, call 1-800-679-1023.
PBSJOBS, JOBSM
hat with famous UM alumni, enhance your
eue while you earn some extra cash!!!
.. "1Telefund needs you!** Flexible evening
ours. paid training. Earn up to $8/hour!!
palf998-7420 for more info or stop by 611
Church #304.
oo BASSISTANT NEEDED in the dental
ool for research concerning birth defects.
Must be work study eligible. 10-15 hrs per
wk. Call 763-3396.

Fall & Winter
Groundskeeper Wanted
Responsible for maintaining campus ground and nurtur-
ing plant materials on campus. As seasons dictate,
assist with mowing, weed whipping, weeding; leaf pick-
up; shrub and flower bed clean-up; preparing for planting
flower bulbs; pruning ornamental trees and shrubs.
Duties also include litter pick-up and snow removal. Pay
starts at $7.00 per hour; flexible schedules available
t Desired qualifications:
*Self-motivation
Dependability
~~ Enthusiasm
G enuine interest in creating
beautiful and safe campus area.
To Apply: call 763-5539
stop by UM Grounds Department office for an appica-
bion between 7:OOam-3:00pm weekdays. Grounds &
Waste Management .Plant Services Building (first floor)
1111Palmer Dr. (behind the Power Center)

NOTE TAKERS NEEDED
Get paid to go to class! University Tutoring
Services is looking for students to take notes
in large lecture based classes, such as Chem
130, or Econ 101, Etc. We pay $200 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.com.
NOTETAKERS NEEDED!
Seniors & Grads. Attend class, take notes.
Earn up to $14/lecture. Variety of classes,
flexibleschedule. Faculty approved classes
only. Reserve a class of your choice for the
fall term now. Apply at Grade A Notes. 549
E. University Ave., or call 741-9669 for more
info.
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.
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 cooks, full or
part time and daytime waitstaff. Great
atmosphere and great people. Apply within
512 E. William from 1:30-4:30 p.m.
PART TIME, PERMANENT positions to
collect outstanding debts by telephone.
Flexible hours. Training provided. $8/hr.
min. to start. Operations manager P.O. Box
2022 Ann Arbor 48106.
PHOTOGRAPHER: Portrait. Will train.
Part-time. Call Charles 1-734-591-9359.
WHITE RABBIT TOYS
We are seeking energetic & friendly people
for immediate openings in our stores:
* Full and Part-time Sales
« Assistant manager
Retail experience is not necessary, but a love
of children is. We offer a great work envi-
ronment and the opportunity for advance-
ment (not to mention health care & a dis-
count on the greatest toys in Ann Arbor).
TEAvER Va.uACS WoomAIO FiPLZA
2611 PtYMotmi RoAu 2222 s. MAIN ST.
665-1555 669-W899

LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION.
Laborers needed. $9/hr. & up. Full or part-
time positions avail. Call 665-4379 leave a
message.
L NDSCAPE HELP - Top Pay, Flex. hrs.,
tact Chris Turner at 663-7600.
LEARNING EXPRESS, GREAT toy store.
Part-time, days-evenings. $6.50-7.50/hr. On
AATA busline in Westgate Shopping Center.
Call Jan at 997-0707.
LOOKING FOR AN outgoing, detail-
oriented person 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
4-9835.
SSENGERS. 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
Frequency seeks local interns with
knowledge of new music and the Ann Arbor
area. Work with major and independent
ls and bands such as Tool, Sneaker
nps, and Blues Traveler. College credit
available. Call 919-932-6532.
MUSIC INDUSTRY: Booking agency
.working with national recording artists seeks
interns. Call Jay after I 1 a.m. 477-6677.

SCOREKEEPERS IS CURRENTLY
accepting applications for waitstaff, barbacks
& cooks for Fall thru Winter term. Apply in
person at 310 Maynard. No experience
necessary.
SEEKING ENERGETIC, DEPENDABLE
people with a willingness to
learn. Number of students
needed: 4-6 depending on
schedules. Pay rate: $6-7/hr Job
description: Miscellaneous errands around
the Medical Center. Office duties to include
typing, sorting and delivering mail. filing,
answering phones, etc. Computer skills in
Word, Excel and FileMaker Pro is helpful.
Phone: 936-5504.
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, M
48106.
SPRING BREAK '99-Sell Trips. Earn Cash
& Go Free!!! STS is now hiring campus reps.
Lowest rates to Jamaica, Mexico & Florida.
Call 800-648-4849 or apply online at
www.ststravel.com.
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.
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-
1115
SUBJECTS WANTED FOR perception
experiment. Takes 3 hrs., pays S25 Must be
right-handed and have vision correctable to
20/20. Call 936-2825.
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.
TELEMARKETING EVE. $7-12/hr. No
selling! Call Allen 996-1107.
TELEPHONE INTERVIEWERS : Exper-
ienced interviewers are needed now for an
established research firm. 25 wpm req. No
sales, flex. hours. $8-$9/hr. to start. 973-
1129ext. 32
THE BLUE NILE RESTAURANT has im-
mediate opening with bartender. Experience
required. Busser staff-host or hostesses and
dishwashers. Apply in person at 221 E.
Washington St.
THE DIVISION OF CARDIOLOGY at
UMHS is seeking to fill two Work-study
Program positions. The responsibilities of
these clerical positions include basic medical
office work such as maintain office files and
records, receive, sort, and route mail, post
information to records, mailing,
photocopying, and errand running. Desired
qualifications include general knowledge of
office procedures and Word processing and
computer experience. For information please
contact Yvonne Beerens at 936-8214.
THE EDGE Work in a cool place with great
pay, great people, and flex hours. Benefits
available. Need Bar Backs, Host Persons,
Wait Staff, Security. Apply in person only
between 7 and 9 PM any day. Experience
helpful but not required. 2275 Ellsworth Rd.
near WalMart.
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 UM MEDICAL School is hiring
students to work in the Learning Resource
Center Computer Sites. Basic knowledge of
Macintosh & Windows NT computers is
essential. Call Marc Stephens @ 936-2241.
TUTOR FOR MY 10th grade boy at home
afterschool. Geometry, Spanish, and Biology.
Excellent pay. 995-3025.
1eT7 AVDIT L',WnORC DTNTN A

WEB MASTER
Entry level must have basic knowledge of
Photo Shop, Office '97. C.G.I. & PERL. Java
Programming. Full or part-tme. Call Mr.
Joseph (734) 761-1698 ext. 128 or fax
resume to (734) 669-8485
WORK STUDY IN the theater! University
Productions is looking for students to work in
the areas of production assistant (scenery,
costumes, paint, props), marketing assistant.
box office sales, and lobby attendant. Have
lots of fun and be part of the creative process!
Competitive salaries. For more info. contact
University Productions at 763-5213.
WORK STUDY LAB assistant needed in
cell biology/biochemistry lab. North campus
location, freshman and sophomores pref.
Call Geneva at 769-7100 ext 5238.
WORK STUDY ONLY. Lab assist, needed
for 10-15 hrs./wk. in med. school research
lab. $7.50/hr. Contact Jennifer @ 647-9650.
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.
WORK STUDY STUDENTS needed for
the Division of Rheumatology. Work
includes a variety of office tasks. Flex. hrs.
avail. Contact Yvonne Sturt 647-8173.
WORK-STUDY OR FOR COURSE
CREDIT: We are looking for students to
assist us with ongoing health and aging
research projects, $8.00-S11.00/hr. Duties to
include respondent interviewing, 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 literate, please call
647-5563.
WORKSTUDY media asst. for the School of
Education IRIS Resoure 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. Hrs flexible,
$8.00/hr. Call Joanne at 764-7230.
Y & S SANDWICH CAFE - Michigan
Union is hiring for all positions & shifts. Pay
& hr.'s flexible. Call Aaron 734-669-8977.
child care
4 BLOCKS TO CAMPUS, no need for car.
Professional couple working mostly from
home offices seeks daytime babysitters for
cute 4 mo. old boy. 994-3041.
AFTER-SCHOOL DRIVER/sitter. Need
safe, reliable car. Mon. 3-4:30 p.m. Fri. 3-
5:30 p.m. Generous pay! 665-4719.
AFTERSCHOOL CARE FOR 3 school age
children reliable car required. 734-665-5285.
AFTERSCHOOL CARE for 8 & 10 yr. old
3:15-5:15 p.m. 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 a.m.-
5:30 p.m. 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. f/ 8-5. Possible every Wed.
Need own trans. 994-9091.
BABYSITTER NEEDED in our home for 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.m.

CHILD CARE IN KERRYTOWN for 2
girls 2 & 4. Flex. hrs. Part or full time. Start
at $8/hr. 996-0119.
CHILD CARE NEEDED in our home. 2
full days/wk. Exp. required. Call 669-2088.
CHILDCARE FOR 2 children 9 and I I
every Thurs. afternoon. Must have car, ref.
Good pay. Call Diana 994-8406 or 769-6838.
CHILDCARE FOR 2 month old. 6-10
hours a wk. Previous childcare experience a
plus. 1/2 mile from Kerrytown. 668-6462.
CHILDCARE NEEDED IN my home for 5
year old son. 1 hr morning, 2 hrs. eve. MWF
immed. Need own trans. 10 mins. from
campus. Please call Nancy 973-6298.
CHILDCARE/LIGHT HOUSEWORK for
family with 3 great kids. 5-8 hrs./wk. Call
734-327-6113.
DAYCARE ASSISTANT PART TIME.
Own transportation. Will train. 663-1737.
DEPENDABLE BABYSITTER wanted for
occasional weekends & evenings. for 2 small
boys. In my home. Rate neg. 396-3382 leave
msg.
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,
running errands, and light cleaning. Own car
needed, ref. req., $200/wk. 741-7425.
FUN, RESPONSIBLE, CARING sitter for
2 children ages 2 & 4. Weds. or Thurs. 9am-
12pm, and every other Saturday night. Trans.
and refs. required. 994-6412.
JACK AND JILL Learning Centers is
looking for P/T child care, Mon-Fri., 3-6
p.m. Call Nancy 761-8070.
MOTHER'S HELPER Needed for welI-
natured 9 mo. old triplets. 16 hrs./wk. inc.
Fri. a.m. 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.
PART-TIME CHILDCARE WANTED:
for 7 month old. Exp. and ref. Call 482-4406.
RESPONSIBLE, LOVING, interactive
babysitter for our 4 yr. old son. Must have
own trans., flex. hrs., exc. pay. 810-231-
3507.
SEEKING NURTURING PERSON to
assist parents in the care of adorable newborn
twins. Exp. with infants pref. Walking
distance to campus. Ref. req. Call 769-0183.
WANTED MOTHER'S HELPER to assist
in caring for 2 small children. Part-time. Exp.
req. Call Allison @ 734-971-7033.

BUYING ALL UM TICKETS. Steve 480-
4332.
FOOTBALL TICKETS WANTED. 2 or 4
for any game. Cash waiting. 248-260-0400
(W) 810-463-6731 (1H1) Bob Obrmnski.
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
GOOD SEATS pair of football tickets. All
"ames Call 332-1273.
NEW YORK COLLEGE student would
like 2 tickets to Mich./Ohio St. game. Call
collect at 914-336-6938.
SEASON FOOTBALL TICKETS fo sale,
good seats. Call evenings 997-0952.
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ASHTANGA YOGA workshop with Doug
Swenson. Sept. 18-20. Energize your body
and quiet your mind. $125 or $35/session.
Call 913-8509.
SCP ENTERPRISES
3438 Ellsworth Road
734-973-1144
New/Used Remanufacture4
Office Furniture
Monday-Saturday, 8-5 Ti
(between Carpenter & Piatt)
September student sale,
up to 80o off manufac-
turer's list prices on many
used items - a must see
showroom! the largest in
Michigan.
ED 317: SCHOOLS, COMMUNITIES &
power is a service-learning course yhich
offers stud. chance to work w/ K-12 kids in
schools and community based org.' This
course is designed to deepen, our
understanding of schools and communities as
social structures that mediate and r;eflect
power relationships within the larger society.
We will examine how kids learn 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.
FREE SPRING BREAK! Acapulco's #1
Spring Break company, Bianchi-Rossi Tours,
is looking for on-campus representatives.
Organize a group and travel FREE -- with
spending cash! Call for details 800-875-,4525.
www.bianchi-rossi.com
YOGA TUES. 11:30 - 1 Thurs. 5:30 - 7 1st
Congregational Church St & Williams. Call
663-3798.

POSITION AVAIL.: Student Programming
Asst. for The Michigan League
Programming. Will be responsible for
implementing the League Outreach Program,
support other program initiatives, and assist
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 resume to (734) 669-8485.
SALES PERSONS
Weekend work for Computer Hardware
Company. Computer experience mandatory.
Call (734) 761-1698 ext. 128 or fax resume
to (734) 669-8485.

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