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MSA
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DPS Lt. Robert Newman said officers
were dispatched to the Diag at 12:16
p.m. Shortly after DPS officers arrived,
Students' Party members halted the dis-
tribution and left the Diag.
"It's taking the competition too far"
Students' Party presidential candidate
Sarah Chopp said.
While campaigning, party affiliated
and independent candidates for MSA
were watched closely for election viola-
tions by the MSA Elections Board.
The elec-
tions board

Hall.
One demerit is given to a candidate
or an executive slate that breaks an
election rule. Once a candidate receives
five demerits they are removed from
the race, but given a chance to appeal
the decision before MSA Campus
Student Judiciary.
"The first two (demerits) we got were
definitely our fault," said Coulouris,
the Blue Party's vice presidential candi-
date. "The next two I don't feel com-
fortable taking."
Coulouris added that he was not pre-
sent for the postering at Couzens and he
is not sure
exactly what

HASH BASH
Continued from Page 1
But Smith said the proposal falsely
blames Ann Arbor for drug problems
that exist statewide. "If I thought for a
minute that this bill would help to end
the use of marijuana ... in Michigan, I
would have supported it in a heartbeat,"
Smith said in a written statement.
Rogers, whose district borders Ann
Arbor, said the problems caused by Ann
Arbor's marijuana law affect the com-
munities he represents.
Critics of the bill have argued that
because Hash Bash takes place on
University property, Department of
Public Safety officers already prosecute
offenders under the tougher state laws.
Rogers said promoters of Hash Bash

encourage attendees to smoke marijua-
na on city property before they come to
the Diag, and his bill would cause peo-
ple to think twice before getting high
anywhere.
Smith said the proposal takes the
wrong approach to accomplish its goal.
"Had the Republicans really wanted
to address the problem of substance
abuse then they would have focused on
treatment for individuals ticketed at the
'hash bash.' not on irresponsible and
costly shifts in penalties," Smith saidin,
her statement.
Rogers said he expects to see little
opposition to the bill from fellow.law-
makers.
"I think you're going to see as strong
of support in the House as you did in
the Senate," Rogers said.

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prised sole-
ly of stu-
dents -

"it'aS taking the
competition too far"

happened.
Last night
the Elections
Board con-

DAVID ROCHKIND/Daily
Rackham student Jane Cutter, LSA junior Susan Watson and LSA senior Sara
Bursac protest NATO air stikes outside the Ann Arbor Federal Building.
,Kosovar refugees
leave or safety

AIR STRIKES
Continued from Page 1
reports, Montenegro President Milo
jukanovic rejected Belgrade's dec-
arations of martial law across
Yugoslavia and ordered his security
forces to offer armed resistance to
any Serbian effort to enforce the
edict.
Washington calls Mortenegro "a
beacon of hope" in the Balkans, but
the Clinton administration fears that
further steps toward Montenegran

independence could widen the war
and threaten Bosnia as well.
Refugees continued to stream into
Macedonia, Yugoslavia's southern
neighbor and former fellow republic,
and ethnic Serbian rioters there
swarmed the American embassy in
Skopje, breaking through its perime-
ter and burning several cars.
Macedonian police intervened
against the mobs, but they did not
disperse until NATO dispatched heli-
copters from its Rapid Reaction
Force to hover overhead.

oversees all
aspects of Students' Party
theee-
t i o n s
process, explained member Joe
Bernstein.
According to the campaign rules,
candidates must identify sponsorship
and contact information on all of their
advertisements, and cannot post any
propaganda on painted or glass walls
or the floor of any University build-
ing.
The board takes up all complaints
against candidates, Bernstein said.
The executive slate for the Blue
Party, Bram Elias and Andy Coulouris
have four demerits, including two for
separate posters that do not display
contact information, one for putting up
a flier on a painted wall in Angell Hall
and one for putting up a flier on a
painted wall in Couzens Residence

pr

- Sarah Chopp vened to dis-
residential Candidate cuss another
possible
demerit
against Elias and Coulouris, involving
the incident in the Diag yesterday. The
board put its decision off until early
today.
Students' Party member Shari Katz
has received the most demerits in her
party, accumulating two for failing to
display contact information on her fly-
ers.

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"I started campaigning early in the
election," Katz said. "I wasn't aware of
the rules."
Members of Defend Affirmative
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demerits this semester.
Two independent candidates and var-
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MJDGET
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cent, with none of that amount tied to a restriction on
tuition hikes.
"A 3-percent increase for the University of
Michigan is certainly much closer to what we were
hoping for," said Cynthia Wilbanks, the University's
vicepresident for government relations.
On Wednesday the Senate also passed a supplemen-
propriations bill that would give each university an
e' i2 percent increase for the current fiscal year.
Schwarz also said he will scrutinize a formula in the
budget bill that groups universities into four tiers and
assign each tier a minimum per-student funding floor.
The University would not receive any additional money
from the tier system because it is already funded above

the $8,500 minimum floor level for its tier.
But Schwarz said he doesn't plan to completely dis-
mantle the tier system, and even under a revised method,
the University is unlikely to benefit. He said he is con-
sidering reducing the number of tiers to two or three.
"There will be a tier system," Schwarz said. But "I
don't think the University of Michigan will get any
tier money."
Rep. Jon Jellema (R-Grand Haven) said having a tier
system in this year's budget is the first step in having an
objective method for funding universities. "It's not a per-
fect proposal," Jellema said. But "it begins a very impor-
tant dialogue."
But Rep. Andrew Richner (R-Grosse Pointe), who
was one of three Republicans who voted against the pro-
posal, said the process should not be implemented with
the expectation of perfecting it later.

"Now is the time to get it right," Richner said. "Once
it gets into law, it's very hard to change that."
Rep. John Hansen (D-Dexter) said he is concerned
about the lack of cooperation between Republicans and
Democrats on the issue. "Everything is very partisan,"
he said.
But Sen. Alma Wheeler-Smith (D-Salem Twp.) said
she does not think the partisanship that has surfaced in
the House will carry over into the Senate.
"I expect there to be a lot of cooperation among the
members,' Smith said.
Rep. Liz Brater (D-Ann Arbor), said she hopes the
Senate will take time to examine the bill more closely
because she feels the House passed the proposal without
sufficient discussion. "The leadership seemed to be in a
hurry to ram this budget through, and that's what they
did," Brater said.

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Summer Day camps. Experienced staff
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eiraged to apply. Call 994-2313 or 971-
1280.
APT. COMPLEX- Ann Arbor. Part-time/
full-time leasing agents. Flex. hrs.. walking
distance to campus. Exp. helpful, but not req.
Phone (734) 665-4331 or fax (734) 665-2354.
ATTENDANTS
University of Michigan Medical Center's
valet parking contractor is now seeking
energetic, positive, happy people for various
part time positions as valet attendants. If you
can drive a stick shift, enjoy exercise and
meeting friendly people, then you qualify to
earn $6-$10/hr. Full time management
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CONSTRUCTION & SWIMMING POOL
service. Top pay for hard-working, self-
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COUNSELORS, WSI, LIFEGUARDS,
needed for Jewish Community Center's
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Call Craig Pollack at 971-0990 for more info.
CRUISE LINE-Entry level on board
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yr. round. Call 941-329-6434.
www.cruisecareers.com
CUSTOMER SERVICE:
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DO YOU LIKE WORKING WITH
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Then Kimball Camp YMCA has the job for
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EARLY CHILDHOOD SUBSTITUTES
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EXP. ASST. WANTED for summer.
General office duties. 30-40 hrs./wk. Must be
reliable, self-starter, exp., and prof. in Word
Perfect & Excel. $10/hr. Call 763-6664.
FRIENDS GIFT SHOPS
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Some daytime hours available.
Work Study Students Qualify.
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HOME HEALTH CARE ATTENDANTS-
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for nursing, O/T, and med. students. Flexible
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JOBS, JOBS, JOBS!!!
Chat with famous UM alumni, enhance your
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**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.
LAW CLUB (DINING SERVICES) is
hiring students and work study students for
Winter term. $7.50/hr. to start. Catering
opportunities start at $8.75/hr. Meal benefits,
flexible hours, day & weekend positions too!
Apply in person 551 S. State St. or call 764-
1115 for availability.
LOOKING FOR A JOB THIS SUMMER
that will allow you to work outside, meet lots
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accomplishment at the end of the day, and
have fun doing it while making $8/hr. Hours
are M-F 7 am - 3:30 pm. Call the U of M
Grounds Dept. at 764-3422.

NOW HIRING! Excellent summer jobs &
paid internships. Energetic, articulate
individuals needed for environmental
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$350/wk. 1:30-10:30. 810-792-8375 or 517-
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PAINTERS WANTED for Spring/Summer.
482-0205
PART TIME SPRING SUMMER Job, I I -
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Center. Help children with their lunch. Call
Pat at 668-0887.
PART-TIME OFFICE STAFF Must be
organized & dependable & avail. to work
evenings & weekends up to 20 hrs./wk. Must
have some knowleadge of college admissions
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PRINTER/ QUALITY control help needed
for textile screen printing company. Full-
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SCOREKEEPERS NOW HIRING part
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March through July 30th (Art Fair). Must be
available spring and summer terms. No
experience needed but helpful. Apply today
at 310 Maynard across from Borders books.
SECURITY GUARDS to work on UM
campus. P/T or F/'T avail. Good driving
record and familiar w/campus a plus. Apply
at State Security 525 Church. 998-7201 EOE.
STRONG STUDENT working in private
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SUMMER GROUNDS POSITIONS
Housing Complex, 35 hrs./wk. Competitive
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WANTED: Mature, reliable sitter for
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Friday, March 26
MFA I Dance Performance
Betty Pease Studio Theatre, Dance Bldg., 8p.m.

STRUGGLES FOR DIVERSITY AT UM
Join us on SUNDAY, MARCH 28 at 2 PM,
in the RC/East Quad Auditorium - off East U.
Participants in the first Black Action
Movement (BAM), or related campus
struggles in the 1 960s and 1 970s, will take
part in panel presentations and informal
discussions about their experiences as
students fighting for diversity and how they
view the struggle for diversity today.
Speakers include Charles Brown, Keith
Cooley. Margarita Garcia-Roberts, David
Ornes, Ronald Thompson and Joann Watson.
BUDDHIST SERVICE SUNDAYS 5p.m.
Zen Buddhist Temple. 1214 Packard @
Wells. 761-6520.
LESSONS-STRINGS-WIND-PIANO. You
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302 E. Liberty 665-8001.

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hrs. Call, fax, or email a request for an
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U-M GOLF COURSE - has temporary
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April 5th. Pay will range from $6.50-$8r,
plus golfing privileges. Please contact Jim
Roland at 647-9766 for more info.
child care

[Admission $5 at the door]
Saturday, March 27
Cello Studio Recital: Students of Anthony Elliott perform
Blanche Anderson Moore Hall, E. V. Moore Bldg., 8 p.m.
Gamelan Ensemble
Judith Becker, director
Rackham Auditorium, 8 p.m.
MFA I Dance Performance
Betty Pease Studio Theatre, Dance Bldg., 8 p.m.
[Admission $5 at the door]
Sunday, March 28
Stearns Collection Virginia Martin Howard Lecture
Fortepianist Penelope Crawford will present the lecture
The Piano: Its first 300 Years
Britton Recital Hall, E. V. Moore Bldg., 2p.m.
Campus Symphony Orchestra
Tania Miller, music director
" music by Barber, Rimsky-Korsakov and Beethoven
Hill Auditorium, 4 p.m.
Horn Studio Recital: Students of Bryan Kennedy perform
Britton Recital Hall, E. V. Moore Bldg., 5:30 p.m.
Monday, March 29
Campus Philharmonia Orchestra
Charles Burke, music director
" music by Rossini, Grieg and Tchaikovsky
McIntosh Theatre, E. V. Moore Bldg., 8 p.m.
Tuesday, March 30
University Symphony Orchestra and Choirs
Theodore Morrison and Kenneth Kiesler, conductors
Justin Bruns, violin, 1998-99 Concerto Competition Winner
* Brahms: Nanie
* Mendelssohn: The First Walpurgesnight
H Bartok: Violin Concerto No. 2 (first movement)
Hill Auditorium, 8 p.m.

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MI TELEFUND is hiring!! Create your own
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For application & info stop by 611 Church
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