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

~REEKS
A4tinued from Page 1A
'-i!'pate in the blood drive and attend the
Iducational Forum. Fette added that she wants
the community to know that not all of the
events during Greek Week are strictly for
,dreek system members.
But although the Greek system will focus on
community service throughout the week, they
also plan to have a little fun.
*The Mr. Greek Week contest - a competi-
tion involving representatives from various
campus fraternities -- will be part of the
week's opening ceremonies Tuesday at the
Power Center.
Other scheduled events that will stress

friendly competition among Greek members
include Diag Day, Hill Street Day and State
Street Day.
Panhellenic Adviser Marybeth Seiler said
the Greek society will break into 15 different
teams and take part in many different compet-
itive events.
"Some of the events will be sumo wrestling,
putt-putt golf, volleyball, a dance contest at
Rick's, Greek Olympics on Palmer Field,
Kereoke and Bald Bidding at Touchdown's and
the Sing and Variety show," Seiler said.
Seiler said Bald Bidding involves shaving
heads.
The week will conclude at the Sing and
Variety show scheduled for March 25 in Hill
Auditorium.

JEOPARDY
Continued from Page 1A
were also able to play College Jeopardy!
Online and watch wacky moments from past
shows.
But amidst the fun and festivities, some stu-
dents had the added stress of actual tryouts.
The stakes were high: a chance to be one
of 15 collegians throughout the country par-
ticipating in the Jeopardy! College
Championship, with a grand prize of
$25,000 and a Volvo convertible.
The process began with hopefuls complet-
ing a 10-question pre-test. Those with the
highest scores moved on to another round of
auditions, and another step closer to meeting

host Jeopardy! Alex Trebek.
More than 80 students wer'e selected to
participate in each of three second st aQC
competitions - during which participants
completed a 50-question video test. with
eight seconds to respond to each question.
The pool of contestants was reduced to
roughly the 10 highest-scoring students, who
were given a chance to make personal
impressions before two judges in a game of
mock Jeopardy!.
Winning students will be notified at the
end of the week.
If chosen in the final round, winners
would travel to the Rosemont Theatre in
Chicago on April 10 and 11 for the show's
taping - and have a shot at mimicking the

championship performance of LSA junior
and previous national tournament winner
C-igQBarker.
For many students, the try-outs werept
x ac tkywhatcthey expected.
"I thought it would be harder, but once it
started, everything seemed to flow," LSA
sophomore Matt Pilarski said. "The adrena-
line kicked in, I guess."
Besides having the ability to drum up a
wide range of knowledge very quickly,
Public Relations head Rebecca Erbstein said
the contestant search team was looking for
students with a lot of energy and charisma:
"It has been phenomenal. The kids have
been so great," Erbstein said. "We just want
to take all of them."

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LOCAL COMPANY MUST FILL
37
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CALL M-W 10-7
(734)971-6122
N.: OUT OF STATE STUDENTS
Or In-St. willing to travel
Campus managers needed, for 2 week
program at various universities.
Real management/Decent pay/Fun, 1st week
in May. Email for more information
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,assignments. Local Account Managers are
currently recruiting for:
'BS Biology
BS Chemistry
Science students with a minimum of 1
year of Chemistry
Candidates must be available to work F/T
positions on 1st, 2nd, or 3rd shift.
Positions are currently available in
Detroit and surrounding areas.
For more information, call:
(248) 353-6911
EQE
CAMP JOBS
residents of Chicago's Northern suburbs.
SCOVERY DAY CAMP is seeking
nurturing staff: counselors and specialists in
nature, ropes course, gymnastics, drama,
tennis, and swimming. Bus driving positions
available for over 21s. Call 800-659-4332 or
email ilise@campdiscovery.com
CAMP WAYNE - sister half of
brother/sister camp- Northeast Pennsylvania
(6120-8/18/99). We're back! We have
recruited great staff from Michigan and want
you to have the most memorable summer of
your life. Directors for Fine Arts, Golf.
.ure/Camping. Counselors to live in cabins
d teach at specialty areas. If you love
children and have a specialty to offer call
1-800-279-3019 or e-mail
campwayneg@aol.com Campus Interview
March 24th from 11:00-7:00 p.m. in the
Michigan Room of the Union.
CHILD CARE CENTER is looking for
substitute teachers for whole or half days.
Minimum $7.65/hr. Call 761-2576.
COMPUTER CONSULTANT POSITION
Stidents needed for part or full-time
cop uter consulting. PC troubleshooting
skills preferred. Flexible work hours, good
gy and friendly work environment! Please
vard all resumes and inquiries to: sn-
s'hhire@umich.edu
COMPUTER NETWORK ENGINEER
.Challenging Career installing and supporting
UNIX. Netware and Windows NT networks
in SE Michigan. Will train the right people.
Controller, 4201 Varsity Dr. #D, A2 M
48108. www.domsys.com EOE.
COMPUTER NETWORK SALES
.Get.an exciting career right here in A2 selling
computers and computer networking
equipment to area businesses. Computer and
4 eseprec required. Controller. 4201
tsity Dr. #D, A2, MI 48108,
sww.domsys.com EOE.
COUNSELORS, WSI, LIFEGUARDS,
:needed for Jewish Community Center's
Raanana Day Camp. June 14-August 13.
Call Craig Pollack at 971-0990 for more info.
~ ~ I

GOLF COURSE MAINTENANCE
Positions: The University of Michigan
Radrick Farms Golf Course is seeking people
who are motivated and conscientious to fill
golf course maintenance positions for the
summer. Positions available April 15th.
$7.50/ hour. Contact Corbin Todd at 998-
7043. A Non-Discriminatory Affirmative
Action Employer.
GOLF COURSE POSITIONS: The
University of Michigan Radrick Farms Golf
Course is seeking friendly, hardworking
employees for its golf shop, driving range
and food service area. Positions start April
1st to May 1st. Pay varies by position.
Contact Chantel Jackson at 998-6391. A
Non-Discriminatory Affirmative Action
Employer.
GOLF TYPES: Ann Arbor's Premier Golf
Facility is looking for a few good men and
women. Cashier, Sales, and Clubfitter
positions available. Golf experience is
desirable but not necessary. Applicants
should have strong communication skills and
be punctual and detail oriented. We provide
an outstanding environment and
compensation plan. Apply in person at Miles
of Golf. 3113 Carpenter Road, Ypsilanti.
GREAT SUMMER COUNSELOR
POSITIONS
Have Fun, Make a DifferenceSummer in
New England
Residential Summer Camps seek staff in all
individual and team sports: Baseball,
Basketball, Tennis, Soccer, Inline Hockey,
Golf, Swimming, Sailing, Water-skiing, Mt.
Biking, Backpacking, Climbing
wall/challenge Course, football, Lacrosse,
Coaching, General staff positions, office,
dance, and gymnastics. Located in the
mountains of Massachusetts just 2 1/2 hours
from NYC & Boston. Competitive Salaries
+ room/board.
Call Camp Greylock for Boys (800) 842-
5214 or Camp Romaca for Girls (800) 779-
2070.
Healthy summer - Stay in Shape - Work
Outdoors.
HELP WANTED
Earn extra cash!!! Make your own hours!!
Responsible students to market/manage
Citibank promotions on campus. Free
giveaways! Earn $400+/week. Call Shawn at
1-800-950-8472.
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS! Large Internet
company seeks quality people full or part
time office positions. Job exp. pref. but not
req. Basic computer skills a must. Fax
resume to 248-528-3889 or call 1-888-844-
9810.
JOBS, JOBS, JOBS!!!
Chat with famous UM alumni, enhance your
resume while you earn some extra cash!!!
**Telefund needs you!** Flexible evening
hours, paid training. Earn up to $8/hour!!
Call 998-7420 for more info or stop by 611
Church #4F.
LOOKING FOR A great job? Teach for the
Princeton Review! We're looking for
dynamic individuals to teach our courses-
MCAT, LSAT, GRE, GMAT, SAT, ACT.
Great pay, flexible hours. Call TODAY-
734/663-2163.
MARKETING REP. ON CALL for
film advertising, place movie posters in
stores. Need car/camera. $9-1/hr, plus
$0.21/mi. (800) 852-6250.
MCAT TEACHERS
Kaplan, the nation's leader in test
preparation, seeks bright, enthusiastic
teachers interested in part-time work &
excellent pay. If you are a dynamic
communicator w/ high MCAT scores call
888-KAPLAN2.
MIDDLE SCHOOL TRACK coach
wanted: Green Hills School. 734-205-4022.
MUSKIER TOURS AND SUMMER
DISCOVERY
SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES
Counselors needed for our student travel
programs and/or our pre-college enrichment
programs. Applicants must be 21 years old
- by June 20, 1999.
We need:
*Mature
*Hardworking
*Energetic individuals who can dedicate 4-7
weeks this summer working with teenagers.
To Receive an application or to find out more
infomation: Call (888) 8SUMMER or
E-mail: ien@summerfun.com
NEED A PART-TIME SUMMER JOB IN
ANN ARBOR?
The Michigan Daily Classified Department is
now hiring an Account Executive for
Spring/Summer term.
Perfect job if you are taking classes and want
to make some money on the side. Work 10
a.m.- p.m. daily. APPLY NOW!

Stop by the Student Publications Building,
420 Maynard St., 2nd Floor to pick up an
application. Call 764-0557 for more info..
Deadline: March 26th at 5 p.m.
P/T WORK ONLINE!!! $6.00 - $33.00/hr.
Visit us today - work tomorrow.
www.4research.com
PART TIME- Computer/Secretarial
position avail. Flexible hours, great pay, free

PROJECT SUPPORT

Growing dynamic safety consulting firm with
national, clientele has challenging entry level
positions with growth potential for
individuals with strong analytical and writing
skills and 0-3 years experience. BA/BS
required. Must be well-organized and
detailed oriented. Aptitude for legal-related
work, technical communication, graphic ars/
desktop publishing, information/library
services, and/or computer systems a plus. We
offer competitive salary and benefits
package, and a fast-paced professional
atmosphere. Fax resume and salary
requirements to 734-994-9494, attn. J.
Carbeck.
PROMOTION EVENT MANAGER Fast
growing company needs self-starter to build
local promotion teams to execute events in
area bars. Responsibilities: personell
recruitment andmanagement. scheduling,
and budget oversite. Previous exp. a plus.
Salary $40,000, T&E and bonus. Fax cover
letter. resume, and references to (203) 866-
2589. Must be over 21 years of age.
RESEARCH ASST. (TEMPORARY)
needed in Dental School, University of
Michigan. 10-20 hrs./wk. Must know
molecular biology techniques and have refs.
Primary duty includes conducting molecular
biology experiments. Send resume to Ms.
Eberhart, Room 2361 Dental School. 101 I N.
Univ. Ave. Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1078 or
fax 734-936-1597.
Resident Managers. A couple or 2
roommates wanted to lease apts., collect rent,
and do minor maintenance. Beginning in
Mid-August 1999. Compensation = Free rent
for 2 bedroom apt. Stop by Varsity at 625
Church Street.
REWARDING, EXCITING SUMMER for
college students counseling in the Colorado
Rockies. Backpacking, western riding, water
activities, natural science and many outdoor
programs. Write, call or e-mail us: Sanborn
Western Camps. P.O. Box 167. Florissant.
CO 80816. (719) 748-3341
interharn@ aol.corn
SPORTS WRITER Local WWW based
sportsstatistics firm seeks writer, part time
imnmed.. possible full time summer.
Computer programming experience a plus.
writer@tgstats.com 741-8829.

WWW.COLLEGESTUDENT.COM is
looking for part-time student sales
executives. Earn strong commission and
incentive based pay while setting your own
hours. Apply on-line or contact Ms. Bayer
888-915-6200.

GEO
Continued from Page 1A
union can complain to the University
and hold them to it."
While most GEO members
expressed great confidence in the
international GSI guarantee, Law sec-
ond-year student Jodi Masley said she
is worried that the University will
back out of its agreement with the
union.
"This memorandum of understand-
ing is shaky," Masley said. "I think we
could go on strike and win and get the
IGSIs in the contract."
Rackham first-year student Jessica
Curtin agreed with Masley, stating that
the organization's tentative agreement
with the University was not representa-
tive of the union's strength. Curtin said
she believes GEO could get a better
contract if it went back to the bargain-
ing table.
But GEO President Eric Dirnbach
said a strike is no longer a possibility
for the union since the bargaining team
signed a tentative agreement with the
University. Odier-Fink added that the
agreement was unanimously approved
by GEO's bargaining team, bargaining
committee and steward committee, a
demonstration of the union's satisfac-
tion of the new contract.
Both GEO members and University
officials said they are pleased with the
new agreement.
"I'm ecstatic and jubilant," GEO
member Monika Cassel said. "We did-
n't get everything we asked for, but it's

certainly one of the strongest union
contracts out there. Everyone across the
board - the entire University com u-
nity - is going to benefit from this'
University President Lee Bollinger
also said he strongly supported the on-
tract, adding that he was glad to Dlave
avoided a GSI strike.
"I'm delighted with the contrict,"
Bollinger said. "A strike would hve
been inconvenient for both the studinis
and the faculty and highly unfortunate
and unnecessary. I'm pleased this is
resolved.
Bollinger added that while he would
have preferred GEO had not staged=a
walkout, he is happy with the outcome
of the contract negotiations.
Both University and GEO officials
said Cantor was one of the major rea-
sons for the new contract's strength.
Gamble said the negotiations wouldnot
have ended as well as they did if Cantor
had not given the University bargaining
team such tremendous support.
"We've very thankful for her work;
she's followed the negotiations every
step of the way," University Chief
Negotiator Dan Gamble said. "She's
been just great."
Dirnbach agreed that while Cantor's
position made the new contract possi-
ble, he believed negotiations turned out
well for GEO because the organization
was able to intimidate her.
"We made the provost nervous and
she's the one with the power," Dirnbaeh
said. "Once we got our message across
to Cantor directly, we got what _We
wanted."

ABLE & RESPONSIBLE person with very
reliable car needed to assist in supervision
and driving of 11 & 14 yr. old now through
the summer. 20-30 hrs./wk. $8/hr. Call Mrs.
Martin 665-5857.
CHILDCARE HELP for new baby.
Weekdays: morning or afternoon. 10 hrs./
wk. Must be responsible, love dogs, and have
own trans. 10$/ hr. Jenn 971-6089.
CHILDCARE NEEDED in my home for 16
mo. old. 3 weekend days/ mo. Dependable,
transportation, ref. req. 769-1462.
FUN, LOVING FAMILY seeking a sitter
for 6 yr. old boy. 4-6 p.m. M-F, holidays and
occas. evenings. Some pet care involved.
Good pay. Call Michelle @ 663-6982.
LOVING COUPLE & adopted son long for
new born. Stay at home mom, professional
dad ready for open relationship with birth
family. Allowable care expenses. Shirley/
Drew 800-607-3632.
OCCASIONAL CHILDCARE DURING
the day starting the week of March 22-26 and
April 12-16 and continuing after. Must be
able to drive, no smoking. Call 332-9973.
THE BEST REPAIR shop for you! Herb
David Guitar Studio. Endorsed by idols &
most makers. 302 E. Liberty. 665-8001.
VOLUNTEERS AGES 18 or older who
have cold symptoms for 24 hours or less are
needed to test whether Vitamin C and Zinc
lozenges reduce the severity and duration of
colds. The study consists of 2 brief visits at
the Medical Center. For more information
call 936-6267 page 2960.
h rooammsatsse
ROOMMATE WANTED for Geddes Hill
apartment for fall. $330/mo. Call 764-4858.
persona
ADOPT : A HAPPILY married, financially
secure couple, stay at home mom, wishes to
share life, love and home with your baby.
Expenses paid. Carol and Steve. 1-800-277-
5003.
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.

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IREE RADIO + $12501
Fundraiser open to student
groups and organizations.
Earn $3-$5 per Visa/MC app.
We supply all materials at no cost.
Call for info, or visit our website.
Qualified callers receive a .
FREE Baby Boom Box.
1-800-932-0528 x65
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DAY CARE ASSISTANT part-time. Own
trans. Will train. $10/hr. 663-1737.
DAY-CARE HELPER organize, file,
pjoaets. errands, yard, pets, MAC skills. F/T
Summer. 5/1-9/1. $8-$10/hr. 769-2795.
I:AjLY CHILDHOOD SUBSTITUTES
needed. Have fun while earning extra cash.
Wok according to your schedule. $7/hr. Call
Pat at 668-0887.
EARN $11/HR.
*iersity Tutoring Services is looking for
s'deihts to tutor UofM intro classes this
injter Good grades a must. Great part-
time job. Information at 741-4200.
EARN $50 Jr. & 1st semester Senior pre-law
students needed for focus groups March 18
i'JTM Research. Call 741-1134 to learn
mnore

SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS Needed
for Premier Camps in Massachusetts.
Positions available for talented, energetic,
and fun loving students as counselors in all
team sports, all individual sports such as
Tennis & Golf, Waterfront & Pool activities,
& specialty activities including art, dance,
theatre, gymnastics, newspaper, rocketry &
radio. Great Salaries, room, board and travel.
June 19-Aug. 18. Enjoy a great summer that
promises to be unforgettable. MAH-KEE-
NAC (Boys): 1-800-753-9118. DANBEE
(Girls): 1-800-392-3752.
www.greatcampiob.com
SUMMER CAMP NEAR Ann Arbor,
seeks counselors, lifeguards, health dir.,
room, board, and salary. 734-878-6628.
SUMMER DAY CAMP Teachers now
being hired. Must be available June 18-Aug.
27 - fulltime. Call 761-2576.
SUMMER JOB OPPORTUNITIES The
mission of Circle Pines Co-Op summer camp
is to teach peace, justice, ecology, and
cooperation. We are looking for smart &
enthusiastic people to work w/children on our
300 beautiful acres in Southwest Michigan.
Phone or email for application 616-623-5555,
circle@net-link.net
SUMMER JOBS. ST. Paul Early Childhood
Center, a nationally accredited childcare
center, has part-time and full-time summer
jobs avail. Call Pat at 668-0887.
SWIMMING POOL service & construction.
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