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The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 27, 2000-

.MSU fans unlikely to riot again

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WyAnna Clark
Daly Staff Reporter
One year ago today, Michigan State University's
men's basketball team lost to Duke in a Final Four
mtch-up. Hours later, East Lansing was filled with
fires, overturned vehicles, broken store windows,
iudity and drunkenness as 10,000 rioters swarmed
*0, college town.
in the wake of the riot that put Michigan State
in the national spotlight, the East Lansing Police
Department took action. With the help of 567
tips - largely over telephone. but 113 from a
Website the police posted featuring photos from
the riot - 132 were handed official charges
ranging from indecent exposure to malicious
destruction. More than half of those people were
Michigan State students. Riot damages totaled
about $1 million.
One year later, as Michigan State gears up for
nother. Final Four appearance, the riot has faded
mto an unsettling memory for East Lansing - with
only lessons learned still lingering.
'iThe majority of the students were extremely
dnbarrassed and upset," East Lansing Police Dept.
Capt. Louis Munn said. "You can just sense the
change around here."
'Deb Osburn, director of media communications

at Michigan State, said she agrees.
"As someone who works here on campus every-
day, I can see how the mood has changed from a
year ago,' she said.
University of Michigan sociology Prof. James
House said the Michigan State riot was not the kind
to have serious lasting effects.
"There are many different kinds of riots," House
said. "The MSU one was much more of a result of
people out of control, largely because of alcohol,
and not very adequate control from the police. It's
not like an urban riot, where politics are much more
involved."
Michigan State junior Dan McKeown echoed this
sentiment.
"It doesn't seem to be any issue anymore around
here," McKeown said. "It's certainly not affecting
me in any tangible way right now."
Munn said student leaders, university administra-
tors and city officials are working toward initiatives
to create a better environment in the college town.
Michigan State invited various community lead-
ers to address incoming students at summer orien-
tation, where they informed students of the
expectations for behavior in East Lansing.
The police department also evolved as a result of
the riot. In addition to the new system of utilizing
the Internet, they also created the Student Alliance

Office.
The SAO involves both police officers and uni-
versity students. It works full time for communica-
tion between the police department and the student
body.
Munn said that this has been met with positive
response from the community and students.
Osburn said she's heard a lot about students' dis-
appointment in the riot and their motivation for
change. Many organizations either altered their
focus for the sake of their university or formed for
the specific task of improving campus.
One sports organization donated $5,000 to the
city to help defray the costs of the riot.
"Out of a terrible, terrible situation, a lot of posi-
tive things happened," Munn said.
Although Michigan State's men's basketball team
finds itself in yet another Final Four, Munn said
East Lansing police are not taking any extra pre-
cautions. While the police department expands
every fall and spring, they have not added more
officers than usual this year.
But Munn said the department will not tolerate
dangerous and illegal activities.
"We understand that people will celebrate, but
we don't want it to be like they did it a year ago',
he said. "They need to be responsible and account-
able for their actions."

AP PHOTO
Carl Kestrel of The Raptor Center at the University of Minnesota attends to a
bald eagle yesterday as part of annual Eagle Day celebrations at the Sand
Lake National Wildlife Refuge In South Dakota.t

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O ECUTIVE RESIDENCE- Wait staff
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shifts avail. Call 763-7819, ask for John or
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AFUN PLACE TO WORK and a life long
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YMCA C OHIYESA or YMCA C
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enthusiastic? Do you enjoy working with
children in an active, outdoor setting? Now
hiring counselors, activity specialists for
aquatics, horse back, nature, arts and crafts,
ma and music, ropes course, climbing
Wer, sailing. Call (248) 887-4533 to
schedule an interview.
A FUN SUMMER JOB that makes a
DIFFERENCE. Work with children as
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in Farm., Blm. FId., Novi, Birm., or adj.
areas. Email Willowaydc@aol.com or Call
Willoway Day Camp 248-932-2123.
ASSISTANT ACCOUNTING MANAGER
The Island House Hotel, Mackinac Island, is
currently seeking a recent graduate for an
acounting position. BA in accounting or
ated field required. 6 months on Mackinac
Island and 6 months in the Detroit area. Year
round position, competitive salary, medical,
401K profit sharing, board and housing
provided on Mackinac. Sweasonal internship
also available. Contact Ryan at 1(800) 626-
6304. www.theislandhouse.com.
ATHLETES.
SeekinQ cnmmitted competitive individual to

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COMPUTER SPECIALIST: need to
provide hardware and database support for
Newborn Screening Program, including
assessment of needs, upgrades, system setup.
Manage small LAN linked to Michigan
Dept.. of Community Health. Manage and
modify database using FileMaker Pro.
Produce statistical information from
programs as required. Ensure daily backup
of system is complete. Bachelor's degree, or
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with LAN, hardware configuration, software
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Understanding of both Mac and PC
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analysis experience. Experience with Novell
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until 9/30/00, with the possibility of longer
employment. Send resumes to Ilene
Phillips, University of Michigan Health
Systems, Division of Pediatric
Endocrinology, D1205 MPB/0718, Ann
Arbor,- MI 48109. Fax (734) 615-3353.
University of Michigan is an EOE Employer.
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.
EARN $530 WEEKLY distributing
phonecards. No experience necessary. Full or
part time. Call 1-800-362-7662.
EDITORIAL SUMMER INTERNS: Learn
the publishing trade @ the Blue Book
& CURRENT. Writing / fact checking / misc.
Send resume / writing samples by April 5 to
SGI Publications, 212 E. Huron, Ann Arbor,
MI 48104, attn: Lisa.
EMPLOYMENT
REPRESENTATIVE
TCF Bank, where people who have fun
produce extraordinary results, has immediate
openings for Employment Representatives.
The chosen individuals will possess a
minimum of 1-4 years of human resource
experience that will include 1-2 years
experience in recruiting. You must be self-
motivated, a self starter and highly motivated
to recruit in a high volume repetitive
environment. Must be creative and enjoy a
challenge to maintain a constant flow of
applicants.
A Bachelor's degree in Human Resources or
related experience is required. A HR
certificate is a plus.
Qualified candidates should apply in person
or mail your resume to: C Williams, Human
Resource Dept., 401 E. Liberty, Ann Arbor,
48104. Fax (734) 930-6199 or E-mail to:
cwilliam@mailbox4.
tcfbank.com
TCF
BANK
we value a diverse workforce
and promote a drug free
workplace.
EXPERIENCED APPOINTMENT setters
$8/hr. +bonus. No selling. 623-8431.

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GREAT SUMMER
COUNSELOR POSITIONS
HAVE FUN * WORK WITH KIDS
* MAKE ADIFFE RENCE *
SUMMER IN NEW ENGLAND
Residential summer camps seek
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team sports: Baseball, Basketball
Tennis, Soccer Inline Hockey, Gol#,
Swimming, Sailing, Mountainbiking,
Backpacking, Hiking, Canoeing,
Fencing, Ropes Courses, Art/
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General Counselor Positions, and
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Competitive Salaries - room and
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Co-ed staffs.
Call CampGreylock for Boys
1-800-842-5214
www.campgreylock.com
Call Camp Romaca for Girls
1-888-276-6222
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FULL TIME SUMMER positions- Must be
18 or older. St. Paul Early Childhood
Centers. Working with 3-5 year-olds. Lots of
outdoor activities and an excellent
opportunity to gain experience working with
young children. Great for psych, nursing, pre-
med and education students. Call 668-0887.
HONEY CREEK COMMUNITY School is
accepting applications for the following:
Team teaching position, using a Oheme and
project based curriculum in a multi-age
classroom setting. Qualifications:teaching
certificate in elementary education. Please
send resume and refs. to Honey Creek
Community School. 1735 South Wagner Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
HOUSECLEANING P/T. Some exp. Flex.
hrs. Call Christine @ 971-5402.
IMMEDIATE INCOME Opportunity.
Make money while attending college, serious
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Biologists
No experience needed!!
Earn up to 35K after 1 yr
40K after 2 years
IMS, a biomedical software firm in
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Course starts 6/12/00. For details see
imsweb.com or call (888) 680-5057.
LAWYER'S CLUB dining is hiring students
& work study students for lunch positions.
$7.80-$8.90/hr. to start. Catering
opportunities, meal benefits & flex. sched.
Apply in person @ Lawyer's Club. 551 S.
State St. Call 764-1115.
LEASING AGENT NEEDED part-time for
student housing apartments. No experience
necessary- we'll train. Call 668-1100.
LIFEGUARDS & WSI'S
Part time/full time, outdoor pools 5/26 to
9/4/00. Must be 18 yrs old, current ARC
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LIFEGUARDS, INSTRUCTORS &
Coaches needed for Huron Valley Swim
Club. Call Melissa for more info. 668-1007.
LUNCH SUPERVISOR needed 1.5 hrs./day
at $8.75/hr. Involves monitoring elementary
school students in lunchroom and on
playground. Call Honey Creek Community
School at 734-994-2636 for more info.

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PART TIME SUMMER JOB- 11:00-1:00
Monday-Friday. Lunch assistant at St. Paul
Early Childhood Center. Call 668-0887.
POS. AVAIL. for caring, resp. indiv. to
support persons w/ developmental disabilities
in a supported living environment. Perfect
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SEEKING TENANT Advocates. Serve your
community & earn $8/hr. 763-6876.
SEMINAR ASSISTANTS-evenings, $7-
10/hr. Please call Allan 996-1107.
SPRING/SUMMER POSITIONS
HANDS-ON MUSEUM
Become part of the team at the Ann Arbor
Hands-On Musuem. Spring/Summer
positions full or part time, flexible schedules
available: Admissions Desk Clearks,
Museum Store Clerks, Education Assistants,
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more info, contact: Carol Knauss, The Ann
Arbor Hands-On Museum, 220 E.Ann St.,
Ann Arbor, MI 48104, 734-995-5439.
STUDENT GROUNDSKEEPER
HELP WANTED
Responsible for maintaining campus grounds
and nurturing plant materials on campus. As
seasons dictate; assist with mowing; weed
whipping; weeding; leaf pickup; shrub and
flower bed clean-up; preparing for planting
flowers; bulbs; pruning ornamental trees and
shrubs. Duties also include litter pick-up and
snow removal. Pay starts at $8.00 per hour;
flexible schedules available.
Desired qualifications: self-motivation;
dependability; enthusiasm; genuine interest
in creating beautiful and safe campus area.
To apply: call 763-5539 or visit our website
www.plant.bf.umich.edu/grounds/
EmpoymentOpportunitieshtml or stop by
UM Grounds Department office for an
application between 7am-3pm weekdays.
Grounds & Waste Management, Plant
Services Building (first floor) 1110 Palmer
Dr. (behind the Power Center). An equal
opportunity, affirmative action employer.
STUDENT ORGANIZATION
FUNDRAISER
The original CIS student organization
fundraiser is back! Student organizations all
across the US have earned $1,000-$2,000
with our easy three hour fundraising event.
Now it's your turn. Call (888) 923-3238, or
visit www.cisfundraising.com
STUDENT TO WORK Spring/Spring-
Summer/Summer & Fall Terms. Flexible
hours. General office duties. MAC friendly,
& a valid driver's license. Respond by April
7 w/ letter, hrs. avail. & resume. Office of the
Provost, 3074 FlemingAdministration Bldg.,
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1340, Attn: Ann.
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
ww.campmkn.com (Boys): 1-800-753-
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(Girls): 1-800-392-3752.
So you think
you're qualified
for a job other than
flipping burgers?

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
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.
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COME JOIN A WINNING TEAM!!!
work around your classes & family
Busch's, an upscale supermarket, is now
accepting applications for the
foiiowing departments:
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Deli Produce "Meat
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Apply at:
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We Offer
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" benefits after 90 days
For more info, call chris Booher @ (734) 994-7202

BABYSITTER/NANNY, needed afternoons
& weekends. Two children 4 & 6. Cotfntry
home 12 mins. north of Ann Arbor. 717-333
or mmerrick@provide.net
CAREGIVER NEEDED for carppols,
outdoor play, & childcare. May/June, 2-4
days per week. 4-6:30 p.m. Call 769-6830.
EARLY CHILDHOOD substitutes needed
for spring and summer terms. Work
according to your availability. Call St. Paul
Early Childhood Center at 668-0887.
FULL TIME SUMMER positions- Must be
18 or older. St. Paul Early Childhood
Centers. Working with 3-5 year-olds. Lots of
outdoor activities and an excellent
opportunity to gain experience working with
young children. Great for psych, nursing, pre-
med and education students. Call 668-0887.
LOVING CARE needed for 8 yr. old girl
and her 4 mo. old sister. NW A2. Up to 10
hrswk. Pay neg. Meryl or Mike 996-3738.
NANNY FOR 3 small children, April-Aug.
$10/hr. Must enjoy library, swimming,
activities, etc. Call 994-1584 or email
diappley@aol.com
NANNY NEEDED BEG. Spring for twin
boys. Call Mike or Terese @ 248-549-5978.
PART TIME SUMMER JOB- 11:00.1(00
Monday-Friday. Lunch assistant at St. Paul
Early Childhood Center. Call 668-0887.
PART TIME, FLEXIBLE childcare for 2
yr. old boy beginning summer 2000. 2-year
time commitment. Call Alytia @995-0625.
Stickets & travel

TEACHER (LOVE TODDLERS). Cook,
clean, organize, & enjoy outside and pets.
Full or part time. $8-$10/hr. 996-4847.
UM GOLF COURSE has temporary
groundskeeper/horticultural positions starting
immediately. Great pay plus golfing
privileges included. Please contact Scott
Rockov at 320-3154 for more info.
WANTED: PROBLEMS paying attention
(or attentional problems as a child)? If yes, &
you smoke, you are needed for a study at
UM. Pays up to $170. Call 763-9000, #6329.
Computer
Programmer/Analyst
No experience needed!!
IMS, a biomedical software
firm in Silver Spring, MD,
employs 120 programmers
developing biomedical systems
and software. SAS, C, C++,
JAVA, ACCESS, SYBASE and
many other languages.
Knowledge of one computer
programming language
required. Paid OT and full ben-
efits. Nice working conditions.
BS degree and 3.0+ GPA
required. For details see
imsweb.com or call toll-free
(888) 680-5057.
WANTED: WOMEN Smokers between
ages 25 and 45 needed for UM study.
Payment of $220. Call 763-9000, #6309.
WATERFRONT STAFF NEEDED for
summer day camp. Lifeguards- $8/hr.
Waterfront Director (WSI) - $12.50/hr. Work
3.5-4 hours per day. Monday - Friday. June
26 to August 18. Call 971-0900 for more
information.
WORK FOR PEACE and justice issues in
state wide campaign based in Lansing.
Women and people of color urged to apply.
Resume, references by April 7. Start April
26. Experience in fund-raising, community
outreach, and volunteer management
desirable. $1500-$2000/mo., benefits,
depending on experience. Peace Action of
Michigan (248) 548-3920. pamiorganize
@earthlink.net

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Liberty, 665-8001.

FANTASTIC LOCAL SALES opportunity-
seeking energetic, professional sales
person(s) to join a sales team that is
introducing a new Internet sales program to
retail merchants. Ground floor opportunity.
The company is a venture backed pre-IPO
internet company locale in Metro Detroit.
Pay structure is base, bonus, and stock
options. Please fax cover letters & resumes
to: Attn Employment Office, Dept J 1-877-
591-9500.

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supply all materials at no cost.
Call for info or visit our website.
1-800-932-0528 x65
www.ocmconcepts.com
FIND YOUR SUMMER JOB
NOW!!!
We have MANY full and part time positions
in the Ann Arbor & surrounding areas.
Admin. Assist.
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Receptionist
Assembly

MACOMB COUNTY Teacher Job Fair
Saturday, April 1, at the Macomb
Intermediate School District, Clinton
Township (southeastern Michigan).
Hundreds of jobs will be available in 22
school districts for the 2000-2001 school
year. Screening for secondary, special ed,
" voc ed and other ancillary professional staff 9
am-noon. Screening for elemntary and
middle school 1-4 pm. For info
www.macomb.k12.mi.us/fair.htm or call
810/228-3311 week days 8:304:30.
MACROMEDIA FLASH 4 Programmer.
Existing program modification. 662-0250.

4 LARGE BDRMS. avail. in 7 person house
for fall 2000. Near South U. Grad students
pref. Call Daran 994-9489.
FEM. ROOMMATE PREF. to share 2
bdrm apt with 3 other roommates. University
Towers. $290/mo. Call Katie 764-0802:
ROOMMATE NEEDED for fall 00 and
winter 01. Tri-level apt. fully furnished
bright and cheerful. Across from CCRB,

WORK ON MACKINAC ISLAND this
summer. The Island House Hotel and Ryba's
Fudge Shops are looking for summer help in
all areas: Front Desk, Bellstaff, Waitstaff,
and Sales Cleerks. Housing available.

NEEDED: 15 PEOPLE to lose up to 30 lbs.
by Spring. Call Linda 303-480-5886.

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