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awmakers prepare for trial of the century

CLINTON
Continued from Page 1
with questions he himself
answered about alleged efforts to
guence others' testimony in the
e.
In response to the second arti-
cle, which alleged obstruction of
justice, Clinton denied that he
encouraged Lewinsky to file a
false affidavit in the Jones case,
encouraged her to testify falsely if
called to testify in the Jones case
or sought to conceal evidence in
the Jones case.
He also denied obstructing jus-
by allowing Lewinsky to
ain a job, by allowing his attor-
ney to make allegedly false state-
ments, by relating false statements
to a potential witness, his secre-
tary, Betty Currie, and by relaying
false statements to his aides. White
House officials said it was likely
that the president's lawyers, or a
Senate Democratic ally, would
make a motion to dismiss the
rges after the opening presenta-
it s. "We respect the prerogative
of the Senate to set the rules, and
we will wait until the time that
they have designated to deal with
any motions we might file," said
spokesperson Joe Lockhart. Hyde
and several other House trial man-
agers met privately during the day

to map their strategy.
In his comments, Hyde left little
doubt of his lingering unhappiness
over the trial ground rules estab-
lished by the Senate last week. The
effort to present the case "has been
rendered difficult. At the same
time, I am very satisfied we've
been given adequate time," he told
reporters.
He said he will make brief com-
ments to the Senate on Thursday,
to be followed by an opening argu-
ment by Rep. James
Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.), who will
talk for an hour or less. Then, other
House members will begin the
detailed presentation.
As the president's lawyers made
their case on paper yesterday, Vice
President Al Gore predicted the
Senate would not remove Clinton
from office. "What the president
did was wrong;" Gore told The
Associated Press in an interview.
"He's acknowledged that, asked
for forgiveness. But what he did
falls far short" of misbehavior
warranting removal from office.
Clinton's lawyers outlined
numerous grounds for dismissing
the case. Rather than attempting to
conceal his relationship with Ms.
Lewinsky in his grand jury testi-
mony, the president acknowledged
having had "inappropriate intimate
contact," the papers said.

SUITS
Continued from Page 1
actively in the lawsuit, Pell said.
CIR's plans to obtain University
admissions documents and to question
employees, a process that could last
until the trial early this summer, Pell
said. When it filed a similar lawsuit
against the University of Texas Law
School in the early 1990s, CIR used this

tactic for mapping the admissions
process of the University of Texas. CIR~
used this map to prove the admissios
policy discriminated against less
favored racial and ethnic groups, and
won the case in 1996. The case
Hopwood vs. the State of Texas was not
a class-action suit because CIR did not
file the original case. Had they filed the
original papers, CIR would have filed
for class-action status, Pell said.

SEARCH
Continued from Page 1
The center provides a variety of books
and other resources listing internship
opportunities, Vaughters said, as well as
Webpages and job bulletins to which stu-
dents can subscribe.
"Students are looking at actual post-
ings ... as well as being active in con-
tacting employers whether or not they
know they're hiring," she said.
Besides providing job opportunity
information, CP&P counselors help stu-
dents one-on-one with narrowing down
their fields, writing resumes and prepar-
ing them with other career tools they
might need, Vaughters said.
"We help them to explore what their
interests are and target the internship of
their choice," she said.
In addition to career counselors and
resources, CP&P provides forums and
workshops throughout the year, which
students can find out about atits Website
http://www.cpp.umich.edu.
Vaughters said CP&P has a high rate
of success in matching students with
work opportunities. "We have an increas-
ing number of students looking for jobs
and internships," she said. "People often
ask for ones in finance, investment bank-
ing, consulting and advertising"'
Some of the more unique internshipe
Vaughters has helped students find are
positions with CNN, the office of former
Jack Kevorkian attomey Geoffrey Fieger,
Capitol Hill, major fashion companies
such as Revlon and film production in
Hollywood. "Employers look for stu-
dents who have been involved in student
activities," Vaughters said. Positive
internship experiences can lead to a
fture career in the same field or with the
same company, she added.
Whatever the job, Vaughters said, the
focus is on employer development and
experiential learning."We've dedicated a
lot ofstaffand resources to that;"she said.
LSA sophomore John Williams said
he hopes to gain entry to the School of
Business Administration but currently is

looking for an internship in law enforce-
ment, specifically with the U.S.
Marshals. He started looking through
CP&P about a week and a half ago,
Williams said, after he received a flier in
the mail.
"When I went to CP&P, the secretary
pointed me in different directions, gave
me resources and information for the
Webpages," he said. "She was also able
to provide me with phone numbers to
call." Williams said the process was
made even easier because many employ-
ers had applications available online.
"All the resources are there for me," he
said. "I've found it real easy."
Although she has not yet heard back
from prospective employers, Christine
Gehringer, a Business junior, also has
been searching for an internship.
She said she is using the Business
school's M-Track, which posts job and
internship opportunities online. Advisers
and career counselors are available.
"The system's very complete," she
said. "It's pretty thorough."
Gehringer said she definitely wants
the experience an internship would offer
as well as the opportunity for a future
career."I want an internship that I could
see myself at once I graduate," she said.
"I think most people want to know they
have that security?'
Sue Grote, senior recruiting manager
for Proctor & Gamble in the U.S., said a
career often stems from summer intern-
ships."We hire interns with the hope that
we'll be able to offer them a full-time
position after the summer," she said,
although only about 20 percent of appli
cants to Proctor& Gamble initially get an
internship position.
"We get thousands and thousands of
applications," Grote said.
She suggested students get an early
start in the fall and surf companies'
Websites to have a better chance of get-
ting the internship they desire.
"A lot of universities are very aggres-
sive" in encouraging students to start
looking early, "almost as soon as school
starts," she said.

APPHOTO

Sen. Paul Wellstone (D-Mlnn.) and Sen. Tom Hark (D4owa) hold a news
conference yesterday In Washington.

State of Union address to air

WASHINGTON (AP) - On one level, the state
-of the union is a breeze. "In a sentence, here's how
I assess our present condition: America is working
again," President Clinton says. Capitalize the let-
ters - as in, State of the Union - and things get
complicated.
.With official Washington tied up in knots over
Clinton's impeachment trial, some in Congress
N called for a postponement of his annual
prime-time speech to a joint session of the House
sand Senate. But the congressional leadership has
not officially asked Clinton to put it off.
White House aides are emphatic that the show
will go on Jan. 19 even though that is the day
Clinton's lawyers are scheduled to open his

defense in the Senate trial on charges stemming
from the Monica Lewinsky affair. Senate Minority
Leader Tom Daschle (D-S.D.) said Sunday that
Clinton should give the address, even though it
may be "uncomfortable"
Many of the president's political advisers view
the speech as an immensely important opportunity
to convince Americans that he can still lead. A
high job approval rating is his best defense against
a Senate conviction, they say, and Clinton's poll
ratings generally improve after State of the Union
addresses.
"Our objective is to show continued vitality and
energy," said White House deputy chief of staff
Maria Echaveste. "We have a lot of work to do"

Over the weekend, Clinton scribbled a 20-30
page, double-spaced second draft of the speech.
Another revised draft or two, and he will begin
rehearsing in the White House family theater.
Whether Clinton directly addresses the
Lewinsky matter when he faces lawmakers and TV
cameras in the House chamber is largely a person-
al decision and "one that most likely will be put
off until the end," press secretary Joe Lockhart
said.
The president didn't mention the scandal last
year, days after it surfaced, and his poll numbers
jumped.
Also on hold for now is how specific Clinton
will get on Social Security reform.

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