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Vetinued from Page 1A
-of the best business schools in the
country and that doesn't change,"'
said Keith Decie, Business School
=L 'ssistant to the dean and director of
While White said he is confident
a~bout the future of the business school,
-he. is unsure of what the future holds for
*0 "I think that it's possible I will
finish my career as a faculty mem-
"ber here at Michigan or else some
other sort of leadership job might
come along and it might attract
me" White said.
.In response to complaints that he
is ending his career as dean too

soon, he added, "it's two things.
One, I really do desire a new chal-
lenge. Two, it's easy for leaders to
stay too long and I would rather err
on the side of leaving a little too
early rather than a little too late."
Cantor will appoint a search com-
mittee for White's replacement
within the next several months. The
committee will then select and rank
three candidates from a nationwide
search. The candidates will be rec-
ommended to Cantor and Bollinger
for a final selection.
"I think this simply closes a very
important chapter in the history of
the school. There have been many
very significant and highly positive
changes in the time of (White's)
deanship," Bollinger said.

SSA advocates Social

Proposed bill to handle
abandoned children

Security av
Continued from Page IA
SSA spokeswoman Carolyn Cheezum
LSA sophomore Josh Naramore said
that although he believes that social
security is prominent issue and remains
informed about it, his peers do not pay
much attention to the issue.
"Most people live in the now"
Naramore said, adding that they don't
really look to the future.
"There's a lot of misinformation
about it'" he said.
LSA sophomore Christine Ribbens
said that although she has heard about
the relevance of social security, she feels
that most officials gear the information
toward senior citizens without making it
relevant to younger generations.
"I definitely don't think it doesn't
affect me." But exactly how it does
impact her life, Ribbens said she is
unsure because she is uninformed.
Officials are concerned over the
expected exhaustion of the social
security trust fund in 2034 and the
affects it will have on post-Baby
Boom generations. But this does not
mean that social security funds are
going to be completely depleted,
Cheezum said.
"Even when the funds become
exhausted in 2034 there is still going to

varen ess
be sufficient tax revenues," Cheezum
said, but only 71 percent of benefits
will be available.
"It's not going to disappear if nothing
is done."
l The exhaustion is due to several fac-
tors, but most important are demo-
graphic trends.
With the aging and retirement of the
Baby Boom generation taking a great
deal out of the social security trust fund
it leaves less for future generations.
In 1960 there were five workers per
every social security beneficiary but by
2030 there will be only two workers per
every social security beneficiary, reduc-
ing the amount of funds available for
future social security benefits.
President Clinton has proposed a
three-part plan to save social securi-
ty - use the social security sur-
pluses to buy down the national
debt; having bought down the debt,
the plan would take interest savings
and credit it to the social security
trust fund; invest a small part of the
trust fund in stocks and equity secu-
rities which have a higher return
rate than treasury bonds.
This plan would secure social securi-
ty for another 20 years leaving suffi-
cient funds until 2054.
For more information regarding
social security, check the Website'

Continued from Page 1A
tor and founder Rishi Moudgil, a Busi-
ness senior.
The 1,050 elementary students were
entertained by members of the student
groups at the fair, which increased
from 70 last year.
The number of pen pals increased,
as did the number of "buddies," volun-
teers who spent time with kids whose
pen pals couldn't attend the event. "At
some points it looked as though there
were more college kids than elemen-
tary," Moudgil said.
K-grams has held other activities
such as ice skating and trick-or-treat-
ing to bring the pen pals together, but
the Kids-Fair was the largest event of
the year. For many, Friday was the first
opportunity to meet their pen pals
"It's fun to see the person you write
to," said Pittsfield Elementary fifth
grader Faraz Ansari, who spent time
with his pen pal, LSA sophomore
Anita Vashn.
Mitchell Elementary School fourth-
grader Crystal Wood played Twister
and musical chairs, but "my favorite
part of the day was seeing my pen
pal," she said.
Nearly every student group that par-
ticipated in Friday's Kids-Fair held
their activity to entertain the elemen-
tary students. "This year we wanted a
lot more activities to be about learning
or educational in some capacity,"
Moudgil said.
"Both elementary and college stu-
dents learned a lot, not just from the

activities but about each other, which"C
is one of the main parts of the Pro."
gram, he said.
Amid the face-painting, cookie
decorating and pasta necklace-ni-ik-"
ing were booths that combined both
fun and learning.a
Vetal Elementary School foutth-
grader Erica Young said she liked
Alpha Epsilon Delta's erupting vql-
cano display. "I like the way-it
spouted," she said. Some organiza-
tions structured their activities to fit
the group's purpose. The SolarCar
team brought a vehicle for kids .to_
sit in.
''The kids really enjoyed the actiyi-
ties," Holmes Elementary fourth
grade teacher Pat Delaney said.
Delaney praised the K-grams pro-
gram as "one of the most worthwhijle
programs I've been involved in in 25
She added that "some kids never
even thought about college and now
they've become a big part of it'
One major goal of K-grams was to
get the University community, to
"interact with elementary schools on
a more consistent basis.".
The idea for a Kids-Fair came, up
last year as a way to get the pen pals
to meet each other, said Moudgil,
who founded K-grams in the summer
of 1998. K-grams "gives elementary
school kids a new perspective, a new
way of looking at college:' In order to
show the kids what college is like it
seemed logical to show off the cam-
pus at an event where much of the
University community could be.
involved, Moudgil said.

Continued from Page IA
possibility the age could be reduced to
one week.
Once a child is given over to the
mergency care provider it would be
mtedically examined.
"'We'd then ask for an assessment to
see if any harm was inflicted on the
child," she added.
Emmons said that the bill has bipar-
tisan support in the Michigan Legisla-

"There's been talk on both sides of
the aisle that this is a good law," she
Because the law was just introduced
into the state Senate at the beginning
of the month, it is relatively unfamiliar
to most people.
Margy Long, director of develop-
ment for Planned Parenthood of
Southeastern Michigan, said the orga-
nization does not have an official posi-
tion on the proposed law.
"But I would expect we will take a
position soon," Long said.

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learninig experience awaits you at eauiul
NiSSO KONE Are yo creative. cain, and
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ldreu III dii i cti\C. ontlou slulig"'Now
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drama anal odeui. ropcs corse. lnrbi
,ower. siin.Call t248u x7-1133to
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A FUN S!MMER 10H1 that imakes a
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Reccicattoit is hirnic istructinal stall
j~nli cainnot necessars for the follow in
1 I 0Low-imnpact aeroics. Swimi. Ten nis.
Polktandari ctivities folotpClelCwith
hsab lit i. Tnnis super~ ior posiron also
ao auablc. Workday and Saturday hours
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ABIBO'T'S landscape i nsery job openings.
N oser\ foreman and laborers landscape
I orel u andat( laborers. garden center sales.
Cal 734 65 8733.
d l1 Sco Church Rd. Ann Aror 48103.
se 'ks hltotic pouctin aid daa nr'.
outinnbhs sas~.oi.Iurs flexibe.
cii\ ionitiut 65-_1'5hr.. all 77-1.401
\1-F 111-5
,Seklinccoinmuitd cotpcli\:e iitdiidual to
toi'note h~alth ard t it tss whie pnruistiii an
aboxe ax rae career. Cal 313-56-470.
,Intl Curuncations Majors. Full tme
\uniier wxork wil excellent experiences.
RI1:A:I work. Travel. kAveae i rt summer
k'80/wxcek(all 677-3977 lxr mb
BIG K-MART. ~2 15 N. Mlapl. Now hiring
lit ,shi1t1lit pai.-t a11. Paid lunch raks.
iturc ratehon 78.25. Pay-for pevou
xcticicncc. 73=1-76 1-8557. Appy- today!
BOYS AND) GIRLS Club of Romulus is
Currently hiring physical education leaders to
assis ith after-school programs. All majors
encouraged to apply Geat resume builder.
$9/h1r Conact Frank Rimazer734-941 -5839.
CAMP CANA DENSIS, Pocono Mountains.
PA.Pr emier iresidenial coed sumnr camp.
We aic look ung for an eneret ic, qualified
and carig stall to teach all eneral athletics.
, inas tics. hockey. tennis, mountain ikes,
.notorc c les. outdoor advent ure. ropes.
urcllry , drama. video, photography fish iig.
WSI. waterront activities .arts ard crafts.
cooking. and tuch more! Excellent failies
and reat salary! 0/21/1(10-8/18/0. CalIt(8t) t-
832-8228 1or' apply . online:
CAM P CCC Sun ier Camp f or clidren
4.:C-13 I-s is looking fr qualiid.
personable and erircetiindvs. to till camp
'icuuinseloi and WS I ii e tai'(tpoitons.
Please send resume ard re~s to Honey Creek
Community School. I75 South Wagner Rd.
Anni Arbor. NM1 48 1li6
,fMVP CCC. Summner cap'for elementary
(~dren is looking for qualified personable.
and energetic individuis to ill camp
;(;ouimelo and WS I/lifeguard positions.
Please send resumie ard references to Honey
.' eek School 1735 S Wagne,. Ann Arbor.
ticeded at Co-dsnumier camtp near Ann
,Arbor. Room, board & salarv. 73-878-628.
CAMP JOBS For residents o. Chicago's
No~trthrn suurbs. [DISCO VERY lDAY
+("AMP is seekin nurtturic stall:. Cunselors
ell as spcalsts in natue. ropes Wcours.
g'ymnnasics. dramia. tennis. campig and
svnming. Itrnrsips avaiale as well as
,olhfce aund sulpe'i sory positiots. B us driving
potiios available for over 21s. Call 80-659-
4332 or eimail: ilsdt'canpdscover.omn
-CANOE SPORT a canoe aid kayak shop in
Armn Arbor. Look firr I/. ard /t. sales heper
<srinc aand summer. Call 99-1 393.

COUNSELORS, Water- front D~iricetor
(WSI), Li feguai'ds.Art Instructor, needed fot
Jewish Coiniouuix (enter's Raanana Da
Camp. June 26-August I 8.,('all Craig Pol lack
fom ttolhio itkiat )7 I-0990.
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
Are y'ou creative. energetic and self'-
Here is yotur chance t10 111)rn board
the MN'ichigan IDailv Classified Sale, Stafl'.
arid putt your businesskills to xvonrk'
As ani Account Executive. xv0oillIcaian
uix al i ableadvyertising, and ,sale, cx lkrlicec
H-axve ton anid act paid doliluait"
Pickt. 11,11anipplieatioii at the St udent
'ubl icat ions Iildc 4 -2t0t Niavnard . 2nd Il oor~
(Or call 704-057
Applications due.' by 5 pm, Fri. March 24.
So you think
you're qualified
for a job other than
flipping burgers?

Lx cit inga opportunlitY to loin thle Hands-On
M uscuin leant. Retail experice prifCeriedl
9:3tam to 5 3tpipmWedtesilax through
Satur-dax Some Ilexibmlnt) in schedulc
reqtutred-(Call Parm Sntit a7 1 -;9S.43~()
Suitmmer (I'uCsoter ~lserr-ice. Comuputer usage
Fr~e bus pass. hloiuspotenitial. VMed-hIn
Sue 936-i)010 I aim -4t ill.
FULL TIME SUMMER postions- Must be
IS oir older St. Paul Early Childhood
Centeris Vv rkicL with 3- S year-olds I ot s oh
outdoor actix ties and an excellent
oplpoituinit to gam experience workinLc with
v011- ouiclIdren . (reat Ilot p cli. nursui . prC-
ied and education studetit'. (all 668-)887-
II \ lI \N .\\1\/IN(v S1UMMEFR
.\ I) v'NT't RI'2 Pire st ilos Coed caimp III
hc~iuOInI \11a~sachuisetts seeks cariric.
lnolnti tdcole1(2Ce 'tudentts & ci'ads who love
ikids ( FtNEIRAL /&,-SPECIALITY (Athiletics.
lenius. Ak. aicitmront. Nts. Crafts. Theatre.
Piouecci. Etc). C()WNSLL(,R16tieeded. Joint a
.lcdicaicd. ton teatm.( 'ontpetmtixe salaries+
trax el--. i ooii -bard. Call Bohb on Barhara at
< c..'tlInc :ipplicationis tt tile tollosIIItu
IlC1111c clinna lplsiiilti. usiric a theme aiid
project ba~ed cuniculti I n Ja multi-age
cla~.Ioonim setting ()ualmlurcatons~teaClurn«
, lit i ate Ill leinetix i\educat ion Please
,11d -~uwcanid icts.to lionex ('reek
{'rnu1iut x School I1?,5 'SoothIny\\a Ter Rd
Iwfit \ .7t Ill -isililO
IM N1111 EDATE INOME OlK 0 pponwt nt
N take loonies Mille Icattendnuc collecx. serious
nltinlIL'S onlx73-4 931 I.
I NI)EiEN I)EN'l' FILM ineed, actors. All
I> v '' rolt Aslati female IcadliolLe. 734-817-
Q )-~I ? iiil Ithus(a fotniaicoiti
.JOI1N PE;ACE OlRIENTED;)icoime-sl-arncg
upfl11 ti iLa to haL' c ,mart kid'. N.'ar t nii
Illtiots. Students \Welcomet. I-S0(0-49 -778)
\\ \\ \\ chl1Ilj'ilotetuic.oic=
LA.-WYEKRS CLIUB diuucl is hirinc* stu~dents
& wxotrk stud,> students t'otlunch posiuilus.
S7 51t-xX 91/li-, to start.- Cateringi
oppoi rt utit ies. inCA)benefit, & flex. sched.
-kl)1)1>In pL'ison1i(a, Lawscrs Club. 551 S
State St. Call 764-I1115.
,rdttiLit lusintigapartnili. No expcrienice
niLcL'5a1 - sweIu'lltauin.-CallI 665-1 I00.(
( oaLc\ iineLel t firHurtont \'al'x Sx-iiu
('tlb (all tMelissa for'mlreli nt)OW'6- 100)7
L.OCAL. MORTlGAGE Comipainy'seeks
teleniaiikcteis Ior n rici;tiiiin. 58-I t/hi'
to stant Call Craic i((J 888-.i47-0757.
11LBiNiASTIER ceek for staituip ueucoin.
ciolticl floo' today peCniuhouse tomiorri'ow.
LintalresumtiL to tI)iutguvs('\ ahoocoin
MAC\( KINAC' ISLAM) tresor't hotel seeking
blie'v.2k' sihoplc, mainteniance ('ontact
htuInoi' I-otel w titer office ti nAtn Arbor)
at :".1)06u. IElIMIaIl lroctuoms(Tt'eway.u'et

M'IACO'MB CO(UNTY' Teacher Job Fair
satuidax . Apidi L at thle Macom
lniteimidiate School IDistictm Clintomi
1 ow mlmp Isoul icasterr M ichiga).
1-iudres of jobs will e available Iin 22
schInol disricts for the 2000-2001 school
Scar. Scucecung, for secondary special ed.
Noc ed andt ot ratci lau'> prolssional stafl'9
M11u-1i10011. Screcut_ it cleliiutaiv and
mniddle school I- pint. 1Fo ino
tx xxa n aih-oiibk I.imi.us/taum' lit tri u call
5l 1.22-; I I weekd(ax-s8:31-: Th
Nationtal Art-IPrint&
Postr ('ntipati>
Seeks Full-ltie
M'aiacc/sals IPeLsoi
In Aitn Aror area.
Rsplliuih'd. I )epetlale.
-ihiitus Imvdual
13rnxius icaiI c pecuc.
sh in[ iiirpetsi: uiI
etstoinars serxcc skills are
essemit alot ii-store
iiietchardisIlgi. iventomv
conronl & oidering "
For additional inormation
Call 73-8-24t34.
8-1 I)houms/el'-. lil houekeel iurtanaud
eiranids tm A-ni ,Arbor. f-ous texile. On us
tile, hbutimnovx eh ciclc a plus. Call Nina at
NEEDED: I5 PEOPLE,11 to lose uip to 31) lbs.
by Sprinig. Call Linda 303-480-5886.
P/I RECEPIONIST College (Cleanes. 2
or 3 hIll davs/xx ek 1(-5. h7/houttr. Call 662-
190)6 or atptly in tperson 715 N.Lnx-siv
PHOTO'( G RA PH1ERS x asst s. needed to
sho ot aueaacenets Apr. -.1 tie. No ex p ne
'Iatung & eqtii1provl'nidLedn Must haxe own
can. Pro.intat immust. Flex. sL'lcd. Sti-
1/lit'('all M-[- litaim-4 hpm lit-itmore into
To live onisie Iinccital campus apt- ldg. Iii
cxclincctifor ent Assist off-site popr-
inatiger xith daily opeL'uations olI17-rat ap.
bldg and 4-liuouss: inc.melinliormaiantetace.
C leaninirg. showtiNg & leasiig of popert is.
addessinc leiiamt concerns. Mut have
tiexule schedule: Ah'eroois eves.. &
x k mid . -Greatm Ippi t it-forIt'gad stdeit o'
clad. student coutple. Posit ion legi s: May
2000. Please contact: Ain (877) -426-6035.
Gala Hallmtark-Briarwood Mall
Gala Hallmnark has immediate openings fon
days & weekends (P1T). Flexble scheduirg.
completi tive starting pay generous empliyee
discount. pr'ev-ios retail experience lelpul
but not necessam'y. Conic in or call for appi.
734-(,68- 1151 . or tax to 73-65- 1612. attu:
SEEKING; 'TENAN'T Advocates. Serse xyour
cotuutkittit & earn i$/hr 73-6876.
10/hi. Please call Alani 996-1107
ARBOR. Looking]or camp counselors ad(
eachinug assistants to xwork with diveseus
polpulatmion at U ofNI Family' Hus1in'sChild
I )esc lopmnn Center and Cam rp Funshiiu'i.
Pay scale is 57-58 pr lour' depicnding on
explerience. Call Remce Sullivani at 76-4557
lt-m infribmation.
Responsible for mai ntaininirg campus grouns
anid nurturinig plant materials on catmpus. As
seasons dictate: assist with mowiig: weed
whipping: weedinig: leaf pickup: shrub atd
flowver bed c lean-tppieparing for planting
floxwers: uls: pruning ornaiental trees and
shrubs. Duties also include litter pick-up 1)and
sniow removal.IPay starts at $8.00) per hour:
flexible schedules available.

STUDENT TO WORK Spmini/Spring-
Stmtiiner/Siummier & Fall Terens. Flexible
hiotuis. General of'fice duties. MAC friendly.
& a valid driver's license. Respomnd by April
7 w/ letter. hirs. avail. & r'esumne. Office of the
Provost. 3(074 Fleinrg Adi mistuatmon Bldg..
AAr ubor.MI 48109- 1341)Attn Ann.
Residential 'summer camps seek
motivated staff in individual and
team sports: Baseball, Basketball
Tennis, Soccer Inline Hockey, Goil,
Swimming, Sailing, Mountain-b iking,
Backpacking, Hiking, Canoeing,
Fencing, Ropes Courses, Art!
Sculpti ng'Gymnastics, R.N.s,
General Counselor 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 Camp, Greylock for Boys
Call Cam p Romaca for Girls
www. romaca.com
Positionm ax a lable fI'rsi udemImS as coiunselors
toI all teamt sport, all idix dual spormts such
as letitts &. (lot.*,WatertIomitamnd P4 41
activities, and specialty- activities mmiCluduna
ai't. dattc. thieaie. cx ttuastesK. mmcxx spapemf.
riocketry & radio. GREATl' Sf AR IS.
iooim. homind arid traxCI. Jumme 17 th- -Sucuist
16th. rMAH-KEE-NAC
wvxvsv cant iliikii.couut oys)'- _180-_753_
91 11s DANBEE www~dahcc.coim
)Girls): IT80)0-392-3752.
Indian ' ails Caimp a recsidential sniumer
cart)[)proram for childireii and adults wnith
phlysical disabilities Junie 4th to August 5th
WANTED: male & femiale counselor's,
aquatic & activity staff. nurses & cooks. Call
Jtimi for mtore informnatiomi 61(6-0677 -52'51 or
stop by 0i-1859 Lake Michigan IDr. Grand
Rapids Ml 49544.
apply onf line at
SUMMER WORK with the Stouthwesterii
Comtpaniy Make 6.994 trasel ou~tWC.t
Lookiig for ind~epenudenit. i'esioiisihe. sell'-
imtot maated st udenits. 1734) 97 1-1791).
SWIMMING POOL service amid
Coiistruetulu. Top pay for hard xx rkrig. sell*
mtivI ated pcole to xxorkii m lie NW
D E'I01 1' SUBS. Must be trustwoithy' and
dependable "248-=477-7727.
clean. oh-gault t enj Lmoy outside and pets.
Full1 or tpart timeics;8-510hr. 996-4847.

1.-\BY'Sll"IER WANT I-EI) lior -4 children. I
111-111cashi week sotoimuiu & dad can' stait
daiiiig again Flexible additioital lii's...aval
PrOef otiLolic who Is as all(hru sutmmiei.
BANBY S IT'ER WANTED io came tom
chc'l uolderinfinlkt iniiAunmuA rhoir d uui'i m
'xx1i)). 03 or/ek luslcil' clmsidL'r sprnma'itie star't(late. (Call Nina
,t 7'-1-9'75-940t1 .
F( LTII'ESI ''N I ER pist ons- Nhmst be
1 or older St. PautI Larlxy Childhood
C'enters. S\orkirmc xithi -5e ar-olds. Lots of
on tdoor actusities arid all excellent
opportunlity to gain cxpeneiice xvorking withl
xoutic chiidreii. 0Great Foi' psych. iiuuisiuig. Ipr'-
mued and le(incatiomi studenits. Call 668-0887.
LIVE OUT NANNY F/T to care f'or our~two
sons. ages 3 mmo. amid 2-1/2 yrs. iii A2. Miust
be a In-smnkr and have ownu tranis. Iuifant
cNer\lenice anid tmuscal imterest a - plus.
Rcheieiices rect. Exc. pay! 734-669-2459.
NANNY NEDED BEG. Sprit=rI'lxxciii
ho's s 'ill Nlike or l'eu'se 1 '248-549 5978-
PLANNING Y'OUR Summtter? Chl'dcar'e
I or x isii 8S>\r. olds arid 4 y. old boys. Swx'il),
e\)Il rtc manlhasve uii. -4days/ws k. 8-5:31).
tickets & travel
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limniix B1llet. )' Anmcelo. Tuger's.Red
W1Imics. Pistons. R.Martii. Santana. WWFR
T'~Unei. Blink 182. MHSAA B-ball. A.
Jamcksoni. and m orem'c 517-351-1992 or
WW W' jaiuesteticketnuancon A// In mou-n
II ('I/I, myI'd lk 'mcpte(. delimsenr-av'ail1.
hEurtope (19 10(/w + taxes)
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C'mll. 8-t00-326-20)09
cx x-sw.4clieapar.Comi -
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