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o1 losing it to Republicans in 1994, Michigan elected
".'officials will enjoy prominence in national politics.
Bonior, who is currently unopposed when his rival
dropped out of the race last week, would become
House majority leader.
Although Bomor remains unopposed for the time
being he does not plan to lessen his campaign
efforts.
"I think everyone is vulnerable in an election unless
you get out and talk to the people,' Bonior said.
Dingell is up for reelection as well but said he was
'Xot worried about his opponent.
"Worry doesn't win elections, hard work does." he

said. Dingell would become Commerce Committee
chairman if the Democrats take control of the House.
But the most notable state campaign is the Senate
race as U.S. Rep. Debbie Stabenow (D-Lansing)
runs up against the Republican incumbent Sen.
Spencer Abraham in November.
Michigan legislators are also facing rigorous elec-
tions in the fall where Democrats hope to win back
the Michigan House of Representatives that they lost
in 1998.
State Sen. Gary Peters (D-Bloomfield Twp.) said it
is "essential" that Democrats win back the state
House of Representatives in November. Part of this
decision would also affect the balance in the state
Supreme Court.
Three of Gov. John Engler's appointees are retir-

ing, leaving vacancies on the state's highest court.
Democrats have chosen three candidates that they
would like to see fill those positions, including Mari-
etta Robertson, Carl Marlinga and Judge Edward
Thomas.
At a time when Republicans are trying to undo the
damage that was done to the party when Arizona
Sen. John McCain and Texas Gov. George W. Bush
tore into each other, Democrats said that they do not
feel that former New Jersey senator Bill Bradley's
campaign had the same effect on Democrats.
"I don't think there is really a great healing that has
to take place," U.S. Rep. Dale Kildee (D-Flint) said.
"Primaries actually helped Al Gore," Kildee said
adding that "Primaries have really damaged and
wounded George Bush."

ASA
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rate from one another. The women
teased men who tried to court them -
turning them down one after the other
until the men impressed them with a
suggestive dance.
Bediako said the event was a good
opportunity not only for students to
learn about African culture but for
American-born Africans as well.
"I think it made me want to learn

-- Monday, March 13, 2000 - 7A
more about my culture," Bediako sail
"I learned about other different Africam
countries too... I learned about mycut
ture and theirs'
Bediako said African Nights had
been a part of ASA's annual agenda
since its founding in 1996. Fifty st-
dents have been working on the event
since the fall and began rehearsals in
early January. In addition to University
students, Bediako said the group has
worked hard to invite professors and
community members to the event.

T Over 5.5 minion womein
North America suffer frm
endometriosis. Too often

3-4 HRS. A WEEK EARN $60 in approx. 30 minutes! Healthy
On Campus individuals at least 18 years old, and of ideal
Excellent Pay weight relative to height, are needed as bone
Call for Info marrow donors for a UM approved research
1-800-822-6649. project. Donors should be free of aspirin and
other drugs for 3 wks. prior to donation. We
A FUN SUMMER JOB that makes a are especially interested in donors who will
DIFFERENCE. Work with children as be available spring/summer term. Call 647-
general counselors from 6/19-8/18. Must live 2898, Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

in Farm., B m. id., Novi, Birm. or adj.
areas. Email Willowaydc@aol.com or Call
Willoway Day Camp 248-932-2123.
. BOTT'S landscape nursery job
openmigs. Nursery foreman and laborers.
landscape foreman and laborers, garden
center sales. Call 734 665 8733.
-781 Scio Church rd. Ann Arbor 48103.
ANN ARBOR OFFICE of large Detroit law
firm seeks office clerk to work up to full
imie. must have own, reliable transportation.
Please send resume and cover letter to K.
Lang at 110 Miller Ste. 300. Ann Arbor
48104.
APPOINTMENT SETTERS w/ exceptional
communication skills needed. $8/hour, plus
onusesNo selling. Call 734-623-8431.
ASPIRING WRITERS
Inform. Expose
Provoke Explain
Tell Ask. Vent. Change
An On-line
College Community
e-mail; earn@maincampus.com
$25 per article!
ASSISTANT ACCOUNTING MANAGER
The Island House Hotel. Mackinac Island, is
41rently seeking a recent graduate for an
rccouning position. BA in accounting or
1k4ted field required. 6 months on Mackinac
and and 6 months in the Detroit area. Year
>und position. competitive salary, medical.
401K profit sharing, board and housing
provided on Mackinac. Contact Ryan at I-
80()-626-6304. www.heislandhouse.com
ASSISTANT TEACHER
Ani Arbor YMCA has openings for PT Early
& -hildhood Teachers. Classroom experience.
wvi young children required. YMCA
membership & hus pass included. Call @
66;-0536 ext. 240 or fill out an application
{350 S Fifth Ave. EOE.
ATTENTION BUSINESS, Econ, Education
apd Communications Maors. Full time
4 bxer work wih excellent experiences.
AL work. Travel. Average first summer
$583/week. Call 677-3977 for info.
S~A1',P CANADENSIS, Pocono Mountains.
PA.Premier residential coed summer camp.
'We are looking for an energetic. qualified
and carin staff to teach all general athletics.
gymnastics. hockey. tennis. mountain bikes,
g olftmotorcycles, outdoor adventure, ropes.
archry. drama, video, photography. fishing,
WS' waterfront activities. arts and crafts,
coIokmne. and much more! Excellent facilities
;utlgreat salary! 6/21/(X)-8/18/00. Call (800)-
,222 or apply online:
w'canadensis.com.
CAMP CCC. Summer camp for elementary
children is looking for qualified, personable,
and ccnrgetc individuals to fill camp
comselor and WSI/lifeguard positions
Please send resume and references to Honey
SCreck School 1735 S. Wagner, Ann Arbor.
48100.
CAMP JOBS For residents of Chicago's
Northern suburbs. DISCOVERY DAY
CAMP is seeking nurturing staff: Counselors
,iwell as specialists in nature, ropes course.
mnastics. drama, tennis, camping, and
Simning. Internships available as well as
lmce and supervisory positions. Bus driving
-portions available for over 21s. Call 800-659-
4332 or email: ilise@camnpdiscovery.com
CAMP WAYNE GIRLS- sister half of
brother/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 6/20.8/18/00
for: Tennis, Basketball Softball, Soccer.
Volleyball, Golf, Gymnastics, Aerobics.
Cheerleading, Swimming. Sailing
Waterskiing, Self-Defense, Ropes. Fine Arts
*rmics, Sculpture Drawing, Painting.
!Screening.Jewelry). Photography,
Piano, Guitar, Drama. Video, Group Leaders.
On Campus Interviews March 15th. Call 800-
279-3019.
CANOE SPORT a canoe and kayak shop in
Ann Arbor. Look for f/t. and p/t. sales helper
spring and summer. Call 996-1393.
CLERICAL, PART TIME, 15-20 hrs. per
week. Cash handling, basic bookkeeping.
Knowledge of Excel, Word helpful. Open
interviews Monday's 9am-3pm. Others by
appointment. Scorekeepers 310 Maynard
(734) 995-01(X)
ERICAL- ASSISTING chiropractor with
ei'ts, billing, and typing. $7/hr. F/T or
P/T.,Please call 994-5966
CLERK/MESSENGER- $7.25/hour. 10
hours per week. Mon-Fri 3-5. Drivers license
k Wired. UM central campus. Call Tammy
S 7312 for interview. EOE.
h ACHING POSITIONS for Summer
arip. Full day, multi-support camp for ages
°"3 years. Pick up application at
.WideWorld, 2140 Oak Valley, Ann Arbor,
&aied behind Target.
.- UNSELORS, Water-front Director
U1), Lifeguards, Art Instructor, needed for
°, w'sh Community Center's Raanana Day
"'np. June 26-August 18. Call Craig Pollack

m.br further info at 971-0990.
DCUSTOMER SERVICE
nn Arbor YMCA seeks outgoing,
pendable self-starters for PT desk staff.
'MCA membership and bus pass included.
1' 11 inn fa) "-0116,-t Il ,.nr i)nt nn

FEELING DEPRESSED? Subjects
suffering from depression needed foi
research project studying brain chemistry.
Must be 18-60. healthy, medication free
including birth control pills and hormones.
with a normal sleep-wake cycle Evaluation
includes bloodwork and an interview.
Compensation up to $200. Call 936-8726.
FREELANCE COPYWRITERS wanted.
Bluelight.coin. Kmart's new e-commerce
site, needs freelance copywriters to write
thousands of product descriptions that will
appear on our site. You MUST be able to
work ON SITE IN ROYAL OAK for about
20 hours a week over the next three weeks.
Some demonstrated writing ability, whether
online or in print is desired. This is a great
job for budding writers. Please Email Priya
Gira at priya@bluelightcom or call 415-277-
0100 ext. 241.
FRONT DESK
Ann Arbor YMCA has PT openings for its
Hotel Desk. YMCA membership & bus pass
included. Call Delia @ 663-0536 or fill out
application @ 350 S Fifth Ave. EOE.
GET INSTANT Cash Today. Up to $1000.
Info by email Campuscashigfoot.com.

MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN YOUR
COMMUNITY
Amencorps VISTA positions available in the
Lansing area.
LVA-Capital Area Literacy Coalition has
openmigs 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
S47o0 educaton award. Bain 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 and children
"must commit to forty hours per week for
twelve months
"all academic majors welcome
:no other employment allowed during
VISTA year
Please send a brie resume to:
LVA-Capmial Area Literacy Coalition
1028 E. Saginaw
Lansing. Michigan 48906
+517) 485-4949
FAX- (517) 485-1924
NOTHER'S HELPER/ housekeeper. 8-10
hours/weck fight housekeeping and errands in
Ann Arbor. Hours flexible. On bus line, but
own vehicle a plus. Call Nina at 975-9401.
MUSIC LOVER concert promoter has staff
opeings for oflce and/or flvering. Mon..
Wed. Fr. I I a m. - 2 p.m. Tues. and Thurs.
10 am. - 6 p.m. Hourly wage plus concert
tickets.665-4755.
MUSIKER TOURS AND SUMMER
DISCOVERY
SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES
Counselors needed for our student travel
programs And/or our pre-college enrichment
SApplicants must be 21 years old
by June 2) 0.(M
We need:
Al ature
*Hardworkin
"Enecretic individuals who can dedicate 4-7
\\cek\this summer working with teenagers.
To reweie aii application or to find outimore
mlorm aion: Call (8888SUMMER or
l-matt emlc'sunmnyerfn .con to set up an
ierv iew on Februar'yI10. 2000
NEEDED: 15 PEOPLE to lose up to 30 lbs.
h Spng. Call Linda 303-480-5886.
wu war.darelheslim.com
SP/T RECEPTIONIST College Cleaners. 2
or 3 lull 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. 995-3800.
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 am-4 pm for more info.
677-34(X).
PREFERABLY NURSING student to assist
young woman with M.S. on weekends.
Others will be considered. Will train. 429-
5885.
RESIDENT MANAGER(S):
To live on site in central campus apt. bldg. in
exchange for rent Assist off-site property
manager with daily operations ml: minor
maintenance, cleamng, showing & leasing of
properties, addressing tenant concerns. Must
have flexible schedule. Great opportunity for
very mature person(s). Position begins: May
2000. Please contact: Ann (877) 426-6035.
SALES ASSOCIATES
Gala Hallmark-Briarwood Mall
Gala Hallmark has immediate openings for
days & weekends (PT). Flexible scheduling.
competitive starting pay, generous employee
discount, previous retail experience helpful,
but not necessary. Come in or call for appt.
734-668-1151, or fax to 734-665-1612, attn:
Vicki.
STUDENT ORGANIZATION
FUNDRAISER
The original CIS student organization
fundraiser is back! Student organizations all
across the US have earned $1,000-$2.(X0)
with our easy three hour fundraising event.
Now it's your turn. Call (888) 923-3238, or
visit www.cisfondraising.com
STUDENT RESEARCH ASST. or work
study position in Med. School lab for spring,
summer, & tall. Learn/assist with research
techniques (DNA, RNA, tissue culture...) &
housekeeping. Research lab experience &
science background preerrd. Email resume
to bprk @umich.edu
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 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
TEACHER (LOVE TODDLERS). Cook.
clean, organize. & enjoy outside and pets-
Full or part time. $8-$10/hr. 996-4847.
VETERINARY ASSISTANT. Flexible
hours, part-time. 668-1466.
WANTED.
Enthusiastic. responsible. & flexible students
to work w/ the traumatically brain injured in
a semi-independent living environment. We
offer flex. hrs., competitive wages &
benefits, P/T & F/T positions avail. The ideal
job for college students. Interested applicants
contact Jason at Residential Placement &
Consultants. Phone 677-3222. Fax 677-3348.
,WANTED: Women smokers ages 18-55!
Participate in U of M study on nicotine &
emotions. Pays $300. Call 763-9000, #6323.
WANTED: Women smokers ages 20-45
Who have experienced periods of sadness are
needed for U of M study on smoking and
emotions. Requires three days of smoking
abstinence and two laboratory sessions. Pays
$175. Call 763-9000. enter # 6306.
WATERFRONT STAFF NEEDED fo
summer day camp. Lifeguards- $8/hr.
Waterfront Director (WSI) - Sl2.50/hr. Work
3k5-4 hours per day. Monday - Friday. June
26 to August 18. Call 971-0900 for more
information.
YARD WORK- private home. Walk from
campus. $8/hr. Flexible hours. 971-3321

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Now a new Investigational
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1YO0U A RE NQT-of
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We are looking for women
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must be between 18-45
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During the course of the
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BABYSITTER needed for 5th grader.
Th~urs. pm & some evenings, needs car, math
skills helpful, call 996-8643.
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.
LIVE OUT NANNY F/T to care for our two
sons, ages 3mo. and 2-1/2 yrs. in A2. Must be
a n-smnkr and have own trans. Infant
experience and musical interest a plus.
Refgrences req. Exc. pay! 734-669-2459.
NANNY I DAY/WK. in our home 6:30 am -
6:30 pm. for 2 small boys. Reliable. caring.
responsible. Day & pay ilex. 747-7523.

DON'T SUFFER IN SILENCE.
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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.
IDEAL SEASONAL opportunity. Seeking
F/T summer sales person, customer service or
sales exp. desired. Commissioned position,
w/ paid training, and min. monthly guarantee.
Some eves, and wknds. req. Apply in person
at Apartment Search, 2877 Carpenter Rd.
IMMEDIATE INCOME Opportunity.
Make money while attending college, serious
inquiries only. 734-913-2184.
INDEPENDENT FILM needs actors. All
types. m/f. Asian female lead role. 734-817-
5913. Email flmx@hotmail.com
JOIN PEACE ORIENTED Income-shari m
co-op trying to have smart kids. Near Univ.
Illinois. Students Welcome. 1-800-498-7781
www.childrenforthefuture.org
KEY OPERATOR-Come Join us at our new
loc! Immediate FT/PT opening for energetic
person in copy center serving UM
community. Job responsibilities, including
scheduling production and operating copy
equipment. Must be detail oriented, well
organized, and able to meet deadlines. Will
train. Xerox 5090 experience helpful, but not
required. Send resume to Grade A Notes,
Attn: Sarah Gerrard, PO Box 4274, A2, MI,
48106. Fax (734) 741-8877, email: annarbor
@gradenotes.com
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.
LOOKING FOR THE NEXT
WEBMASTER geek for startup netcom.
ground floor today penthouse tomorrow.
Email resume to poioytguys@yahoo.com
MACKINAC4ISLAND resort hotel seeking
summer staff- front desk, dining room, kitch.,
hla shAn & maintenance. Contact

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as Tennis & Golf, Waterfront and Pool
activities, and specialty activities including
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