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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 9, 2000 - 7A
Deliberations continue in HB murder trial

DETROIT (AP) - A second day of jury
deliberations produced no verdict yesterday in
the involuntary manslaughter and poisoning
trial of a man accused of slipping the so-called
date rape drug to a 15-year-old girl.
Meanwhile, a separate jury began hearing
closing arguments in the trials of three other
men who were with Joshua Cole the night that
Samantha Reid of Rockwood died and her
friend Melanie Sindone was sickened by
GHB.
GHB, or gamma hydroxybutyrate, has been
linked to at least 58 deaths since 1990 and
more than 5,700 recorded overdoses, accord-
ing to the Drug Enforcement Administration.
There have been at least four GHB-related
deaths in Michigan in addition to Samantha's.
Samantha was taken off life support Jan. 17,
1999, a day after she and two other girls ingested

GHB at a party. The third girl was not sickened.
A few drops of the colorless and odorless
drug can be slipped into a drink, rendering a
victim unconscious within 20 minutes. Victims
frequently have no memory of what happened,
and the drug is difficult to trace, often leaving
the body within 24 hours.
President Clinton last month signed legisla-
tion toughening federal laws against possess-
ing, making or distributing GHB. The bill is
named for Samantha and a Texas teenager who
also died after GHB was slipped into her soft
drink.
Prosecutors have "tried to make this trial
about GHB," Brian Dailey, attorney for
Nicholas Holtschlag, said yesterday in his clos-
ing argument. But Dailey said authorities
found no evidence that either girl was sexually
assaulted after ingesting GHB, and the sub-

stance is so new that the medical community
disagrees on what amounts to a lethal dose.
Wayne County assistant prosecutor Doug
Baker reminded the jury of testimony from
Melanie, now 16, who told investigators that
one of the men checked the unconscious
Samantha's pulse before she herself passed
out.
"It's known (by the suspects) that there's
some possibility of real illness here," Baker
said.
He said the case was about manipulation.
"Once they got them in that condition, they
rolled the dice with their well-being. ... how
selfish these actions are, and how cowardly, on
the part of these defendants," Baker said.
A separate Wayne County Circuit Court
jury heard the case against the 19-year-old
Cole because he allegedly confessed. That jury

"Once they got them in that condition, they
rolled the dice on their well-being."
- Doug Baker
Wayne County assistant prosecutor

deliberated nearly 6 1/2 hours yesterday and
Tuesday without reaching a verdict.
Like Cole, Holtschlag and Daniel Brayman,
both 18, are charged with involuntary
manslaughter, punishable by up to 15 years in
prison, and two counts of felony poisoning,
which carries a possible life sentence.
Last week, Circuit Judge Maggie Drake
threw out a felony poisoning charge and the
manslaughter charge against the fourth defen-

dant, Erick Limmer, 26, whose Grosse Ile
apartment was where the young people had
gone to drink, smoke marijuana and watch tele-
vision.
Limmer still faces one charge each of poi-
soning, delivery of marijuana and possession
of GHB.
The Michigan Supreme Court yesterday
denied the prosecution's appeal of the dismissal
of the manslaughter charge against Limmer.

IPipe up

Federal scholarships mistakenly
given to 39 graduate students
U.S. government may pursue legal action

NEW YORK (AP) - Thirty-nine stu-
dents were told last month they had won
prestigious government scholarships for
graduate study, only to find out later that it
was all a big mistake and they were only
runners-up.
"I think my heart snapped in half," a
California doctoral candidate wrote her
congressional delegation in a plea for help.
Help came yesterday when the Educa-
tion Department called the runners-up and
said they will get the fellowships after all,
as will the rightful winners.
"We were working at first to find out
what happened and why an error occurred.
After reviewing that, we came to the con-
clusion this was the right thing to do,"
Education Department spokeswoman Erica
Lepping said.
It will cost taxpayers close to $1 million
to fix the error, which the government is
blaming on a private contractor that sent
the wrong letters.
Lepping said the mistake was discov-
ered when a runner-up, officially called an
"alternate," called the agency with a ques-
tion.
At stake were the prestigious Jacob K.
Javits Fellowships, which have been
awarded since 1986. Named for the late
liberal Republican senator from New York,

the fellowships pay tuition and fees plus a
stipend for doctoral and master's candi-
dates in the arts, humanities and social sci-
ences Current stipends are $15,000 a
year.
The winners are selected on merit and
financial need and get up to four years of
financial support. Some 1,100 to 1,300 stu-
dents apply each year. This year there were
138 winners, in addition to 39 alternates.
Under privacy rules, the names of schol-
arship winners are confidential.
Among those who got the good news
and then the bad news was the California
student, who found a message on her
answering machine telling her she wasn't
really a winner.
The way she found out "was devastat-
ing" and "very flaky," said Nancy
Coolidge, coordinator for government rela-
tions and student financial support at the
University of California system.
Coolidge shared the student's e-mail but
said the woman didn't want to be named. It
was one of many such pleas to Congress.
The government is considering legal
action against the contractor, DTI Associ-
ates of Arlington, Va. The company has a
one-year, $190,000 contract to handle
applications.
Bruce Rankin, director of government

services at DTI, said yesterday: "We physi-
cally mailed letters that were developed by
the Department of Education."
Later he issued a statement saying An
unfortunate miscommunicanon between
both parties led to a clerical error We are
actively working with the department to
resolve this issue Our sincere concern is
with the scholars and that is that they're
treated with respect throughout this
process."
The 39 students had the law on their
side, though Lepping said no lawsuits were
threatened. An amendment to the Higher
Education
Act of 1992 bars the department from
retracting Jas fellowships after they are
awarded, unless the student lied on the
application.
Normally, alternates get fellowships only
when winners decline the fellowship
because they have gotten money elsewhere.
The government estimates the mistake
could cost up to $975,000, depending on
how many winners take the fellowships.
Terry Hartle, lobbyist for the American
Council on Education in Washington, an
umbrella group for higher education insti-
tutions, applauded the government's move.
"It shows the sort of government errors
that hurt individual people," Hartle said.

KIMITSU YOGACHI/Daily
Ann Arbor resident Steve Mills basks in yesterday's warm weather and plays the bagpipe outside
his home on Thompson Street.

tSSISTANT ACCOUNTING MANAGER
fhe Island House Hotel Mackinac Island. is
currently seeking a recent graduate for an
accounting position. BA in accounting or
related field required. 6 months on Mackinac
Island and 6 months in the ILetroit area. Year
round posion. competitv ye salary. medical.
401lK profit sharing, hoard and housing
provided on Mackinac. Contact Ryan at 1- -
80)-626-6304 www theislandhduse.comn
ASSISTANT TEACHER
Ann Arbor YMCA has openings for PT Early
Childhood Teachers. Classroom expeIence.
wt young children required YMCA
membership & bus pass included. Call 0
663-0536 ext. 240 or fill out an applicaton
0350 S Fifth Ave. E)E.
ASST. IN HOME STUDIO: orgaun/r. file.
clean. errands. mail MAC. f/T or P/i t -
l )/hr Car req . near train sitaon). 996-40301
ATTENTION BUSINESS. Econ. Education
and Communications Maors. Full ime
summer work wih excellent experiences.
REAL work Travel. Average first summer
5583/week Call 677-3977 for info.
CAMP CANADENSIS. Pocono Mountains,
PA Premier residential coed summer camp.
Ve are looking for an energetic, qualified,
and caring staff to teach all general athletics:
m runastics. hockey. tennisi mountain bikes.
ul. mrc des. dutdoor adventure ropes.
r chery . draua, video. photography, fishing.
WS I. waterfront activities, arts and crafs.
cookig and much more' Excellent lacilites
and great salary 6 /21/00 - /18/ 00) Call
_(NoO S31- 228 or apply online:
vvw.wcanadelnsis.clim
CAMP CCC. Summner caip tor elementary
children is looking for qualified personable.
and energetici mdividuals to ill camp
counelor and WSI/lifeguard positions.
Please send resume and references to Honey
Sreek School 17,5 S. Wagner. Ann Arbor,
( AMP JOBS For residents of Chicago's
Northern suburbs .DISCOVER Y DAY
CAMP is seeking nurturing staff: Counselors
as well as specialists in nature, ropes course,
gy mnastics. draia, tennis, camping, and
swimming. Inernships available as well as
office and supervisory positrons. Bus driving
4xortions available for over 21s. Call 800-659-
4332 or email: ilise@campdiscovery.con
:A MP MWAYNE GIRLS- sister half of
, rother/sister camp in Pennsylvania (3 hrs.
from New York City) If you love children
and want a caring, fun environment we
are looking to hire staff from 6/20-8/18/0
for: Tleiniis. Basketball, Softball. Soccer.
Voleyball. Golf. Gymnastics. Aerobics,
Cheerleading. Swimming. Sailing,
k aterskurnT, Self-Detense, Ropes. Fine Arts
(CeraMICs. Sculpture. D)rawrig. Painting,

COUNSELORS, Water-front Director
(WSI) Lifeguards, Art Instructor, needed for
Jewish Community Center's Raanana Day
Camp. June 26-August 18. Call Craig Pollack
for further info at 971-0990.
CUSTOMER SERVICE
Ann Arbor YMCA seeks outgoing,
dependable. self-starters for PT desk staff.
YMCA membership and bus pass included.
Call Jon @ 663-0536 ext. 234 or fill out an
application (o> 350 S Fifth Ave. EOE.
DELI MANAGER- Position available at
Zach's Deli. Mackinac Island, Ml. a beautiful
summer resort. A background in food service
management and portion control is a must.
Competitive salary and housing provided.
Must be available from mid May through mid
September. Call Ryan at 1-800-626-6304.
www.theislandhouse.com
DIRECT CARE WORKERS to provide
role modeling, supervision. and crisis
intervention to runaway and homeless youth
in a shelter setting. Experience working with
adolescents, maturity, and flexibility in
scheduling required. Part-time and full-time
positions, early morning, evening, and
weekend shifts available. Staring pay $7.00-
7.50/hr. Fill out an application or send
resume to Ozone House, 1705 Washtenaw,
Ann Arbor. AA/EOE-
DO YOU LIKE TO TEACH? The
Princeton Revi" is looking for fun,
enthusiastic, dynamic teachers for our SAT,
ACT. GRE. GMAT, LSAT. and MCAT
courses Must he motivated and responsible,
with high test scores The hours are flexible
and the pay is great! If interested, call 800-2-
REVIEW.
GREAT SUMMER
COUNSELOR POSITIONS
HAVE FUN * WORK WITH KIDS
* MAKE A DIFFERENCE *
SUMMER IN NEW ENGLAND
Residential summer camps seek
motivated staff in individual and
team sports: Baseball, Basketball
Tennis, Soccer Inline Hockey, Golt,
Swimming, Sailing, Mountainbiking,
Backpacking, Hiking, Canoeing,
Fencing, Ropes Courses Art/
Sculptin %Gymnastics,..N.'s,
General ounselor Positions, and
Coaches wanted. Hundreds of
Positions. Located in the Berkshire
Mountains of Massachusetts just
2 1/2 hours from NYC/Boston.
Competitive Salaries - room and
board. Internships are available.
Co-ed staffs.
Call Cam Greylock for Boys
1-800-842-5214
www.campgreylock.com
Call Camp Romaca for Girls
1-888-276-6222
www.romaca.com

HAVE AN AMAZING SUMMER
ADVENTURE! Prestigious coed camp in
beautiful Massachusetts seeks caring.
motivated college students & grads who love
kids! GENERAL & SPECIALITY (Athletics,
Tennis, Waterfront, Arts, Crafts, Theatre,
Pioneer, Etc). COUNSELORS needed. Join a
dedicated, fun team. Competitive salaries+
travel+room+board. Call Bob or Barbara at
1-8(X)-762-2820.
IMMEDIATE INCOME Opportunity.
Make money while attending college, :serious
inquires only. 734-913-2184.
INDEPENDENT FILM needs actors. All
types, m/f. Asian female lead role. 734-817-
5913. Email fliix@hotmail.com
JOIN PEACE ORIENTED Income-sharing
co-op trying to have smart kids Near Umv
Illinois. Students Welcome. 1-800-498-7781
www.childrenforthefuture.orL
LIFEGUARD Ann Arbor YMCA is looking
for certified lifeguards. Flexible hours.
excellent training opportunities. YMCA
membership. and bus pass included. Call
Mary @ 663-0536 ext. 225 or fill out
application @ 350 S. Fifth Ave EOE.
LIFEGUARDS, INSTRUCTORS &
Coaches needed for Huron Valley Swim
Club. Call Melissa for more info. 668-1007.
LOCAL MORTGAGE company seeks
telemarketers for loan origination. $8-10/hr.
to start. Call Craig @ 888-547-0757.
MACKINAC ISLAND resort hotel seeking
summer staff- front desk, dining room, kitch.,
bicycle shop & maintenance. Contact
Iroquois Hotel winter office (in Ann Arbor)
at 327-9660. Email Iroquois@freeway.net
MAIN STREET RESTAURANT seeks
dependable team players for F/T and P/T line
cook pos. Eves. & wknds. req. Competitive
pay, flex. sched., tuition reimbursement, plus
extras for right individuals. Apply in person:
Palio, 347 S. Main, ask for Nick or Jon.
MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN YOUR
COMMUNITY
Americorps VISTA positions available in the
Lansing area.
LVA-Capital Area Literacy Coalition has
openings for Volunteers in Service to
America (the Domestic Peace Corps)
Vistas make a one year commitment, receive
a monthly stipend of $697, health benefits, a
$4700 education award, gain valuable
experience and provide service to their
country.
All positions are in successful on-going
programs including:
Adult literacy training and support
recruitment, training, supervision and
mentoring of at-risk teens
coordination of large tutoring programs for
adults a~nd children

MOTHER'S HELPER/ housekeeper. 8-10
hours/week light housekeeping and errands in
Ann Arbor. Hours flexible. On bus line, but
own vehicle a plus. Call Nina at 975-9401.
MUSIKER 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. 2000.
We need.
'Mature
1Hairdworking
"Energetic individuals who can dedicate 4-7
week; this summner working with teenagers.
To receve an applicatoin or to find out more
lirmation. Call (888)8SUMMER or
E-mrl wit sumnimerlun.comn to set up an
interview on Fehruarv 10. 2000.
NEEDED: 15 PEOPLE to lose up to 30 lbs.
by Spring. Call Linda 303-480-5886.
www.darbeslim.coin
NURSE!'SUMMER CAMP Job for nurse.
Beautiful Lake Charlevoix location. June 22-
Au2 5 Families Welcome. (248) 851-1318.
PfI RECEPTIONIST College Cleaners. 2
or 3 full days/week, 10-5. $7/hour. Call 662-
1906 or apply in person 715 N. University.
PART-TIME COOK AND waitstaff. Apply
after 5 at 300 S. Thayer. 5-3800.
PHOTOGRAPHERS & assts. needed to
shoot area events Apr-June. No exp. nec.
Training & equip. provided. Must have own
car Prof. attire a must. Flex. sched. $10-
12/hr Call M-F 10 amn-4 pm for more info.
677-3400
PREFERABLY NURSING student to assist
younw woman with M.S. on weekends.
Others wil be considered Will train. 429-
5885.
RESIDENT MANAGER(S):
To live on site rent-free in central campus
apt. bldg. Assist off-site pi'operty manager
with daily operations incl: minor
nmntenarce. cleaning, showing &leasing of
propertires. addressing tenanti concerns. Must
have flexible schedule. Great opportunity fom
very imature person(s). Position begins: May
2000. Please contact: Ann (877) 426-6035.
$FUNDRAISER$
Open to student groups & organi-
zations. Earn $5 per MC app. We
supply all materials at no cost.
Ca pll for info or visit our website.
1-800-932-0528 x65
www.ocmconcepts.com
SALES ASOCIATES

SUBJECTS WANTED for Perception
Experiment. Takes approx. 4 hrs., pays $25.
Must be right handed and have vision
correctable to 20/20. Call 936-2825.
SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS needed at all
levels. 90 hrs. college credit required. $69 per
day to start. 15 minutes north of Ann
Arbor/Ypsi area, call 248-573-8140. South
Lyon Community Schools.
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS
NEEDED FOR PREMIER CAMPS
IN MASSACHUSETTS
Position available for students as counselors
in all team sports. all individual sports such
as Tennis & Golf, Waterfront and Pool
activities, and specialty activities including
art, dance, theatre, gymnastics, newspaper,
rocketry & radio. GREAT SALARIES,
room, board and travel. June 17th-August
16th. MAH-KEE-NAC
www.campmkn.com (Boys): 1-800-753-
9118 DANBEE www.danbee.com
(Girls): 1-800-392-3752.
SUMMER CAMP STAFF
WANTED
Indian Trails Camp a residential summer
camp program for children and adults with
physical disabilities June 4th to August 5th
WANTED: male & female counselors,
aquatic & activity staff, nurses & cooks. Call
Jim for more information 616-677-5251 or
stop by 0-1859 Lake Michigan Dr. Grand
Rapids MI 49544.
apply on line at
www.indiantrailscamp.org
SUMMER INTERNSHIPS
We are currently hiring motivated freshman,
sophomore and junior undergraduates to fill
summer mgmt. internship positions.
Compensation: salary of $400.0 per week
plus profit sharing bonus. Positions available
locally and throughout Michigan. No
experience necessary. We will provide fall
traiing and support. Positions are limited.
Application Deadline is March 10, 200. Act
Today! For more information:
Email pativans@aol.com: 1 800 405 6227.
SUMMER WORK with the Southwestern
Company. Make $6,994 travel out west.
Looking for independent. responsible. self-
motivated students. (734) 971-0790.
SWIMMING POOL service and
construction. Top pay for hard working, self
motivated people to work in the NW
DETROIT SUBS. Must be trustworthy and
dependable. 248-477-7727.
WANTED! 50 SERIOUS PEOPLE to lose
weight for sprng. Natural. guaranteed. I-
888-524-7271. www.123goslim.com
WANTED.

BABYSITTER needed P/T for 5 yr. old and
18 mo. old. Call Kahita or Leland 741-7223.
BABYSITTER WANTED to care for
cheerful older infant in Ann Arbor during
summer. 20-30 hours/week. Hours flexible:
will consider spring-time start date. Call Nina
at 734-975-9401.

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