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The Michigan Daily - Monday, February 15, 1999 - 7A

.Cutting the Ice

BONE
Continued from Page 1A
ed in time for the April 16 "Bone Buyers
Bash."
"I'm excited about it. It's supposed to be the
most complete (exhibit) in the Midwest," said
museum docent and Engineering senior Jesse
Tryon. "That is pretty cool because it's right here
at home"
Other museum staff said they are also excited.

"The exhibit is part of the plan to upgrade
exhibits," said "Buy-a-Bone" organizer Dan
Madaj. "I'm excited to see us expand and elabo-
rate what we have. It's the beginning of a long
process to upgrade and renovate."
To help fund the new pterodactyl exhibit, those
interested in sponsoring a bone, immortalizing
their names or organization's name on a plaque or
giving a unique gift can call 763-4190 or visit the
Exhibit Museum before the "Buy-a-Bone" pro-
gram becomes extinct April 9, 1999.

CARR
Continued from Page 1A
had a hard time keeping a straight face.
Jody Tull Tyler, one of the play's two writers,
first approached Carr about singing with the
Junior Choir in September.
"I cornered him at church," Tyler said. "Then I
persisted with phone call after phone call."
Finally, Carr told her they could discuss it
on a weekday afternoon - for just 15 minutes.
But Carr allowed those 15 minutes to become
an hour and a half, and Tyler had the inspira-
tion for her play - Carr's views on sportsman-
ship.
"He just talked and talked, and I wrote it all
down," Tyler said.
Then Tyler and co-writer Sharon Jaqua sat
down and put Carr's words to music.
After the play was written Tyler and Jaqua real-
ized they needed an athlete. They turned to Carr,
who recruited Jones.

Sharing top billing with Carr, Jones played
Mr. Poor Sport in the short musical, which was
performed with about 20 children ages seven to
12.
The play centered around Mr. Poor Sport, a
sore loser who believes in crying after losses, beat-
ing up on opponents and cheering when enemies
suffer injuries.
Jones' lines included, "Leave me alone, kid,"
"Mind your own business" and "I've been cut
from 100 schools, I always lose."
"He was very well prepared," Tyler said.
"He'd probably never admit that he practiced
and rehearsed, but he was 100 percent pre-
pared."
Jones looked at ease on the stage with the chil-
dren, like an older brother, drawing praise from
parishioners and Tyler.
"He takes an interest in the kids," Tyler said.
"And it's not superficial. He's very sincere."
In the play, the children wanted to teach Mr.
Poor Sport to be a good sport.

IMPEACH
Continued from Page 1A
Republicans, has seven times asked for
the naming of an independent counsel
to investigate administration officials,
most notably Starr who has pursued
President Clinton's connections to
Whitewater, Travelgate, the FBI files
and finally his affair with Monica
Lewinsky, which led to Clinton's
impeachment.
Democrats contend that Starr abused
the almost unlimited powers the act
gives an independent counsel, while
Republicans have joined Democrats in
protesting the amount of money spent.
Starr has spent more than $40 million
during more than four years investigat-
ing the president. Another independent
counsel, Donald Smaltz, took four
years and $17 million looking into cor-
ruption charges against former
Agriculture Secretary Mike Espy. Espy
was acquitted of those charges, and
Clinton was found innocent of
impeachment charges that grew out of
Starr's investigation.
Republicans said they are unhappy
about past independent counsel activities
during GOP administrations and about
Reno's decisions not to seek independent
counsel for possible Democratic cam-
paign fund-raising violations.

SARA SCHENCK/Daily
LSA sophomore Sean Peach and LSA junior Katie Bumham support each other on the slippery Ice
yesterday afternoon at the Valentine's Skate at Yost Ice Arena on South State Street.

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Sdelivery, proofing, equipment
ntenance, and quality assurance. Call
913-0690.
COUNSELORS, WSI, LIFEGUARDS,
needed for Jewish Community Center's
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Call Craig Pollack at 971-0990 for more info.
CRUISE SHIP EMPLOYMENT - Workers
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Weekends and some weekdays. Must be
detail oriented, responsible for customer
ervice, quality control and bindery of printed
material. Pay based on experience, apply in
Gerson at Grade A Notes, 549 E. University
ve., second floor of Ulrich's Bookstore, or
fax resume to Matt Bennett at 734-741-8877.

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Bonus and tuition potential. Flexible
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Call 998-7420 for more info or stop by 611
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MACKINAC ISLAND RESORT Hotel
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NOW HIRING
FALL '99/WINTER 2000
The Michigan Daily will give you the
chance to gain valuable business
experience working in a team
environment. As the Circulation Manager
you will be in charge of organizing the
distribution of the paper by working in
conjunction with the Ann Arbor News.
Create your own hours, 10-15/week.
Salary-based pay.
Application
DEADLINE
Friday February 26,1999
Stop by the Student Publications Building at
420 Maynard or call 764.0558 for more
information.
PrT WORK ONLINE!!! $6.00 - $33.00/hr.
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Patient Attendant - University Hospital
$6.75 per hour, plus off shift bonus. Hiring
for all shifts, minimum 8 hours/week
including some weekend and holidays.
Provide observation, companionship,
assistance to patience, some direct patient
care. Must be 18 years or older.
Contact: 936-4727, for more info.
PERSONAL AIDES. SPECTRUM
Community Services is now hiring full and
part time positions to work with the
developmentally disabled adults in the
Washtenaw area. Applicants must be a
minimum of 18 years of age, posses a valid,
unrestricted Michigan driver's license, and
meet other hiring qualifications. Hiring
range $7.50-$9.00. For more information,
call 734-434-2676. Spectrum Community
Services is an equal opportunity, affirmative
action, culturally diverse employer.

PRESTIGIOUS NORTHEASTERN
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Do you want an experience of a lifetime?
Trail's End Camp has openings in the
following areas: Baseball, Basketball, Golf,
Volleyball, Mountain Biking, Tennis,
Ropes/Challenge, Hockey, Woodworking,
Ceramics, Photography, Fine Arts, Video,
Nature, Waterfront (Canoe, Sailing), Pool,
Musical Director and General Counselors.
Interviews to be held on campus Feb. 25.
Trail's End Camp, 800-408-1404.
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PROGRAMMER/SPORTS FAN part time
immed. Possible full time summer, possible
permanent. Must know UNIX, C, and
baseball. 741-8829, jobs@tqstats.com
SCOREKEEPERS IS NOW hiring cooks
for the winter/spring. No exp. nec.
Hardworking, punctual applicants apply at
310 Maynard next to Kinkos.
SECURITY GUARDS TO work on U of M
campus. Part or full time available. Apply at
State Security, 525 Church. 998-7201. EOE.
SPORTS WRITER Local WWW based
sports statistics firm seeks writer, part time
immed., possible full time summer.
Computer programming experience a plus.
writer@tqstats.com 741-8829.
SUBSTITUTE PRESCHOOL ASSTS.-To
help in classrooms. Let us know your hours
of availability, you will be called as needed.
$6.50/hr, open Mon.-Fri., 7am-6pm. Perry
Nursery School, 3770 Packard (near
Carpenter), call 677-8130.

WE ARE A COMMERCIAL real estate
company in need of a part-time person who is
team oriented and computer literate to help us
integrate the computer into our business. This
person will need basic knowledge to help us
become effective with $-mail, computer fax,
presentation packages and spread sheets.
Please send resume to: Office Manager, 1155
Rosewood, Suite B, Ann Arbor, MI 48104.
HIRING
Spring/Summer 1999
Fall 99/Winter 2000
The Michigan Daily will
give you the
opportunity to gain
valuable business experi-
ence in display advertis-
ing. As an Account
Executive, you will sell
advertising to local and
national businesses,
manage your own account
territory, create ad copy
and layout, and earn
commission-based pay.
Application
DEADLINE
Wednesday, February 24,1999
Stop by the Student
Publications Building at
420 Maynard or call 764-
0662 for more information
WEB DESIGNER
Should have knowledge of C.G.I., Perl,
HTML. Must be familiar w/ Unix platforms,
graphics, photo. Call 734-761-1698 Ext. 128.
Mr. Joseph or fax resume to 734-669-8485.
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or a Berlin Bank. Hundreds of paid
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students needed to participate in discussion
group, Thurs. Feb. 18th 4 P.M.(Female), &-6
P.M. (Male). $35 for participation. Corner of
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for more information--ask for Brenda.
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Help UM departments
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and staff with their
computers
" provide support for Macintosh
OS desktop computers and a
variety of software applications
" set up and install new
computer systems
" upgrade existing hardware
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" maintain printers and
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Also, work-study is available.
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Positions available for talented, energetic,
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team sports, all individual sports such as
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