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nt -sweatshop activities for the New
,r:-based Union of Needletrades,
Industries,-and Textile Employees.
The University code has stronger
guidelines than those proposed for the
Collegiate Licensing Company code.
The CLC is the agent that handles con-
tracts between licensed manufacturers
S161 schools nationwide, including
University.
The University reported more than
$5.7 million in revenue from licensed
merchandise last year - more than any
other school reporting such information.
While SOLE members plan to contin-
ue to occupy Bollinger's office, labor
organizations and sweatshop activists
around the nation are supporting the stu-
dents' sit-in protest.
"They are confronting the most power-
university on this issue,' Coughlin

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Charles Kurnaghan, director of the
National Labor Committee, sent a fruit
basket to the SOLE members inside
Bollinger's office yesterday.
Kurnaghan and the NLC exposed
sweatshop labor practices in factories
producing a line of products for televi-
sion talk show host Kathy Lee Gifford.
"The nation is looking to these stu-
dents, Kurnaghan said Wednesday.
About 20 students at Harvard
University held a sit-down protest in front
of the Science Center on Harvard Yard
yesterday afternoon as an act of solidarity.
They passed out leaflets "to keep people
informed" of what is happening with the
anti-sweatshop movement, said Dan
Hennefeld, of Harvard's Progressive
Students Labor Movement member.
University of Wisconsin at Madison
graduate student Thomas Wheatley, a
member of the Madison Anti-sweatshop
Coalition, said SOLE is only attempting
to raise the standards already set by
Wisconsin.

After a similar sit-down strike, the
Wisconsin administration agreed to
research the living wage.
"We're working to mobilize the stu-
dents here at Wisconsin and around the
nation to support the student at Michigan
in any way possible. If that means driving
to Michigan, we'll do it," Wheatley said.
Gardner said a SOLE representative
will address the public at a rally in front
of Fleming at noon today, but the other
members will remain in Bollinger's
office. More than 150 students turned out
for a rally supporting SOLE in front of
Fleming yesterday.
At yesterday's University Board of
Regents meeting, Bollinger said SOLE
members occupying his office will not be
evicted or prosecuted.
"They remind all of us how important
it is to consider our impact on others in
the greater community. we touch,"
Bollinger said.
- Daily Staff Reporter Jaimie Winker
contributed to this report.

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irritate the fans. That doesn't get it done
for the advertisers or Oklahoma State."
Goss hired Cecchini without digging
deeply into his former teammates'
financial history.
Cecchini said his past does not mean
he is not qualified to handle deals of
this magnitude.
"Tom had a good understanding of
many areas of my background,"
Cecchini said.
"To go into detail and tell him every
detail that took place, no, I didn't do
that," he said.
"His investigating of who I am and
what I was thorough, but to think he
would know all about my financial
background is ludicrous'"
Goss could not be reached for com-
ment yesterday.
- Daily Sports Editor Josh
Kleinbaum contributed to this report.

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g PUTER CONSULTANT POSITION
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COUNSELORS, WSI, LIFEGUARDS,
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GOLF COURSE POSITIONS: The
University of Michigan Radrick Farms Golf
Course is seeking friendly, hardworking
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Contact Chantel Jackson at 998-6391. A
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March through July 30th (Art Fair). Must be
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Saturday, March 20
Michigan Collegiate Muisic Education Recital
A student recital by music education conference participants
McIntosh Theatre, E. V. Moore Bk4g., 7 p.m.
Sunday, March 21
Horn Studio Recital: Students of Bryan Kennedy perform
Britton Recital Hall, E. V. Moore Bldg., 11:30 a.m.
Michigan Chamber Players
BACH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATORY CONCERT
Andrew Jennings, Paul Kantor, Stephen Shipps, violin
Stephen Miahky, violin
Yizhak Schotten and Hong-Mei Xiao, Robert Meyer, viola
Anthony Elliott, Jerome Jelinek, Erling Blondal Bengtsson, cello
Tamara Thweatt, flute; Harry Sargous, oboe
Charles Daval, trumpet
Martha Folts and Carolyn Lipp, harpsichord
Christian Matthies, piano
Martha Sheil, Melody Racine, Bonnie Kidd, soprano
Freda Herseth, mezzo-soprano
Paul Mow, tenor; Matthew Carroll, baritone
Branderburg Concertos Nos. 2 and 3

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CAREGIVER, WARM RELIABLE, for 9
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Transportation & references required. 623-
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Waitstaff. Great pay, free meal, flex. hrs.
Will work withyour class schedule.
Weekdays and weekend availability. Need
not be a student. Apply at Michigan Union
room 1310 or call 936-2699.
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 Jcure 20, 1999.
We need:
*Mature
*Hardworking
*Energetic individuals who can dedicate 4-7
weeks this summer working with teenagers.

* assorted sacred cantata arias
Britton Recital Hall, E. V. Moore Bldg., 4 p.m.
Monday, March 22
Michigan Youth Symphony and Michigan Youth Band
James R. Tapia, conductor
* music by Hindemith, Bach, Saint-Saens, King and Mussorgsky
Hill Auditorium, 7p.m.
Saxophone Studio Recital: Students of Donald Sinta perform
Britton Recital Hall, E. V. Moore Bldg., 8 p.m.
Tuesday, March 23
Trombone Studio Recital: Students of Dennis Smith perform
Britton Recital Hall, E. V. Moore Bldg., 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday, March 24
University Symphony Chamber Orchestra
Kenneth Kiesler, music director
McIntosh Theatre, E. V. Moore Bldg., 8p.m.
Harpsichord Studio Recital: Students of Ed Parmentier perform
Blanche Anderson Moore Hall, E. V. Moore Bldg., 8 p.m.
Thursday, March 25
Iazz Ensemble

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