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LOCAL/STATE
990 students turn out to vote for MSA reps.
A SA "I'm a first-year student and I don't know how the eligible for the election.
student government works" Buino said. "People were confused about where they could a
Clinued from Page JA Defend Affirmative Action Party LSA candidate couldn't place fliers," Hovan said. He added that all t
Ann Arbor Tenants Union. Erika Dowdell said her party has received a great deal violations committed were in "good faith."
"The student organization I'm most interested in of support. "As long as the Defend Affirmative Action MSA President Trent Thompson, a Students' Pa
MSA gives money to routinely" Maki said. Party wins spots on the MSA, it doesn't matter who is member, said candidates have focused more on p
Several students said they did not vote because they elected," Dowdell said. Students' Party LSA candidate sonal campaigning during this election. "Campaigni
do not know enough about the assembly. Elise Erikson said candidates have taken a variety of within the parties isn't as important as going to the r
"I don't know anything about the issues," LSA junior approaches to campaigning. idence halls," Thompson said.
S h Welchans said. "A lot of people stuck to (sending) e-mail and talking Students can vote until 11:59 tonight online
' SA first-year student Jim Buino said he chose not to people that they know,' Erikson said. http.//www.umich.edu/~vote or until 4 p.m. at pap
to vote because he felt his high school student govern- A few candidates have committed "minor" election ballot sites in the Michigan Union and Fishbowl and
ment wasn't effective. code violations, Hovan said, but all candidates are still p.m. in Pierpont Commons.

The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 19, 1998 - 7A

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DRIVER NEEDED.
M-F 7 a.m.-4 p.m. Good driving record a
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536.
EARLY CHILDHOOD JOB for early
birds. Help open our center from 7:30-9:30
M-F. Starts Jan. 4. $7/hr. Help feed children
breakfast and get their day off to a good start.
Call Pat at 668-0887.
EXPERIENCED GYMNASTICS COACH
need for optonal and compulsory
e. ettive teams. Will start pay at $10
p2t hour. Call Julie at Ann Arbor Gym
426-0394.
FRIENDS GIFT SHOPS
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
Cashier experience helpful
Ma1hst, evenings, weekends, holidays
e avatlahle t ough holidays
Some daytime hours available.
Work Study Students Qualify.
$6.25/hr. Call 936-5971 after 12Noon
FRONT DESK . Motivated, friendly people
needed for first class, fast paced tanning spa.
Apply at Tanfastic. 627 S. Main St.
HP WANTED Full-time 2nd shift desk
clerr,. 7hr.. bnefits after 6 mts. Apply at
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HELP WANTED- Gymboree is looking for
an Office Manager. No experience is
necessary, training is provided and the hours
are flexible. This is a part-time position
c6 nssting of answering and returning phone
calls, taking tessages, and easy data entry.
Must be friendly and dependable. Benefits
iliclude: free classes for your children, a 30%
disfodnt at the Gymboree Clothing Store and
o lay Program merchandise. Additional
rtunities Available. Call Carrie at (734)
955 553 for info.
HOTEL DESK CLERK needed.
Computers, cash handling, customer service.
Bohus and tuition potential - morsings and
aternoons. Jennifer, 936-0100, 11-4.
HOUSECLEANER/MORNINGS organize,
file, projects, errands yd, pets, MAC skills.
Mon-Sat. mn. 9- pm. 8-$l/hr. 769-2795.
HOUSEKEEPER 9 HRSWK. half on
weekday, half on weekend. Must have own
c cellent ref Call 213-170 days.
LABORATORY ASSISTANT/ Work Study
Siudent Only. Prepare solutions, maintain
glassware and assist with protocols in
dermatology research lab. Call Joyce Roth,
763-0355.
LEGAL SECRETARY . Full time position
with downtown law firm with specialized
petition and employee benefits practice. Nice
working conditions, no smoking. Prior
secretary experience, typing 65+ wpm,
excellent dictaphone, and grammar skills
m red. Knowledge of Word for Windows
p d. Attention to detail a must. Hours
are from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. somewhat flexible.
Competitive salary and benefits package. Fax
resume to 734-747-8010 or mail to Attn.:
Debbie Geno, Stevenson, Keppleman
Associates, 444 S. Main, Ann Arbor, MI
4104.
PART-TIME TEACHERS needed for child
care centers. If you are available afteroons
or full days please call 761-2576. $7.50/hr-
SCOREKEEPERS IS NOW hiring cooks
for the fall and winter. No exp. nec.
Hardworking, punctual applicants apply at
310 Maynard next to Kinkos.
S E ARY. ORGANIZED person for
busy Biotech consulting firm. Responsible
for all clerical support functions. Computer
skills essential. 30-40 hrswk. Fax resume to
734-930-6629.
SNOW PLOWING and shoveling
positions. In our vehicles or yours. Great 2nd
jo!Most work done between II p.m.and 10
a.m. $12/hr. to start! Plus a bonus if you use
your vehicle! Preat job for STUDENTS-
ask about flex. sched.! Also need SUB-
CONTRACTORS with own truck and
p1 $50.00/hr to start. Experience = $$$.
ike Riley 973-0930.
SPECIAL GIFT - We're looking for healthy
women between the ages 21-35 for egg
donation. All ethnic backgrounds are
en uraged. Fee paid. Send inquiries to
AARMA, .O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
48106.
THE MAIL SHOPPE 317S. Division. Near
Central Campus. Part-time helpers needed for
Christmas rush & beyond. Flexible hours.
Call Carolyn at 665-6676.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY Classified
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ext. 128 or fax resume to (734) 669-8485.
child care
BABYSITTER NEEDED for 2 & 4 yr. old
6-10 hrsiwk. Flex. hrs. Must have trans. 994-
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CHILDCARE NEEDED FOR 4 dynamic
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Own transportation. Will train. 663-1737.
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WANTED-DEPENDABLE CARING
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GEO
Continued from Page IA
should first begin with the supervising
faculty member;' Gamble said.
"Currently, they go to the chair of their
department.
"Something like this could help with
the grievance procedure, and possibly
even cut down on grievances;" he said.
GEO Chief Negotiator Eric Odier-
Fink said these proposals are mainly
technical. "I don't think these will be par-
ticularly contentious issues;' he said.
The GEO bargaining team presented a
proposal to add money to the base rate of
the University's child care stipend and
change the requirements for receiving the
subsidy.
Currently, the University offers a min-
imum $500 child care stipend to faculty,
staff and students who meet certain
requirements.
GEO wants that stipend increased to
$750 and the nine c it hourrequirement
rduced to six for grsduate employees.
Smith said it is difficult to participate
in University child care programs

Members of the University's bargaining team walk through a hallway crowded by
chanting GEO members.
Negotiations over
counterproposal begin

because of a year-long waiting list and a
complicated system of priorities.
"Due to the nature of oureemployment,
we often don't know a year in advance if
we'll be teaching;' Smith said. "We want
to present more opportunities in child
care, in the form of chances to go outside
of the University system."
Gamble said University negotiators
will need to research the current stipend's
effectiveness.
"I don't think many members of our
team knew there was a $500 subsidy"
Gamble said. "We need to do some
investigation."
The GEO Stewards Council will vote
today to decide if the bargaining sessions,
which currently are closed, will be
opened to the GEO general membership.
"The only thing we have gained from
closed sessions is quickly getting to the
point where administrators say 'no
change,"' Odier-Fink said. "It might be
time to make (University negotiators)
uncomfo able"'
Gamble repeatedly has said that
opening the meetings would reduce
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alumnus Chris Finelli.
One of the Jug's most famous
Continued from Page 1A traits is the collage of photos from
Brown Jug restaurant a prominent many different years that covers its
business in Ann Arbor over the walls. There are three distinct parts-
years. The establishment has provid- of the collage: athletic photos rang-
ed a unique service to the popula- ing from the early 1900's to the pre-
tion, co-owner Jim Paron said. sent, photos and posters from the
"It's important that this has been a Ann Arbor Art Fairs and general
family owned and operated business photos that were brought in by for-
that is in touch with what students mer customers or employees.
need - affordable prices, value The photos attract special atten-
with their rteal, casual comfortable tion because they cover such a wide
atmosphere and a personable staff," range of activities and span so much
Paron said. time. Many capture personal
Because of the personal relation- moments people had with their
ships the owner and his family have friends or family.
developed with Jug customers, they The restaurant is open to giving
have heard from former residents of patrons space for these kinds of pho-
the area about what impact the tos on their walls. Paron said.
restaurant had on their lives. "If someone feels that The Brown
"My dad and I always get stories Jug was a special place to them, and
from people who say they met their they bring a picture in, we'll put it
spouse here, or stories of second up," he said.
generation customers," Paron said. The type of service The Brown
"Right now we have an employee Jug provides has also changed over
whose father also worked here." the years, evolving from a coffee
Many of the former customers are shop in 1938 to a restaurant provid-
also alumni of the University. Bill ing a full menu and late hours for
Luoma, a graduate of the class of night owls. It also has existed
1981, said he has fond memories of through many social changes in the-
The Brown Jug. United States and on campus.
"It was one of our favorite "It has been the sort of atmos-
places," Luoma said. "It was a good phere where people had philosophi-
place to go when you were a hungry cal discussions about the social and
student. They were known for their political times;' Paron said.
excellent pizza." Tonight's open house will be held
But it wasn't just the pizza that from 5 to 8 p.m. at The Brown Jug.
attracted hungry patrons. The celebration will include live
"I used to go there for brunch entertainment and appearances by
every Sunday,", said University local celebrities.

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