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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, January 13, 2000 - 7A

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LONDON (AP) - Pressure mounted
on Britain's top law enforcement official
yesterday to release medical records that
may spell freedom for ailing former
Chilean dictator Gen. Augusto Pinochet,
detained for 15 months on charges of
human rights abuses.
The human rights group Amnesty
International demanded that Home
Secretary Jack Straw release the
cords, at least to Spain - as well as
oFrance, Switzerland and Belgium,
which also requested Pinochet's extra-
dition claiming their citizens suffered
abuses during his 1973-90 dictatorship.
"Many victims of Pinochet's crimes
a id the families of those who have
bfen murdered will feel betrayed if
Pnochet is released on the basis of
iedical evidence which is not going to
be disclosed," said Geoffrey Bindman,
O Amnesty attorney.
Straw announced Tuesday that an
independent medical exam on Jan. 5 by
four physicians was "unequivocal and
unanimous" in finding the 84-year-old
general too ill to stand trial, opening the
door for him to return to Chile within
weeks.
The panel's findings were not dis-
closed, although Straw told the House of
Conmons that criteria considered
included whether Pinochet would be able
@ follow the proceedings, assist in his
own defense and give coherent testirno-
ny.Pinochet suffered two minor strokes
in September. He also has diabetes and
arthritis and wears a pacemaker.
Straw gave the parties involved
seven days to submit arguments before
he issues a final ruling on extradition to
Spain, but gave no timetable for his
decision.
He noted that Pinochet had been
sked to allow Spain and the other
countries involved to read copies of the
medical report, but that the general
"declined to do so"

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College hoopsters"
suspended amid
grand jury probe<

Highlights from the week: Although last Thursday saw the second largest point loss in the NASDAQ
composite's history, all three market indexes have rebounded substantionally from last week's very disap-
pointing trading sessions. Leading the charge was the announcement Monday of the merger between
America Online and Time Warner for $160 billion. In monetary terms, this new Internet/media conglom-
erate is the largest merger ever. This news added to investor's speculation of how much influence the inter-
net will have in the fiuture as Time Warner closed up 25 5/16 and America Online decreased 2 at the end
of trading Monday. This will most likely influence the remaining media companies to start looking to pair
up with other Internet access companies to try to keep up with this new giant.
What is the Dow Jones Industrial Average? The DJIA represents 30 stocks traded on the New York Stock
Exchange (NYSE) and NASDAQ are all major factors in their respective industries. These stocks are
widely held by individuals and institutional investors. Many financial advisers think of it as a good indi-
cator in telling whether the NYSE is doing well or poorly.
What is the NASDAQ Composite? The NASDAQ is the fastest growing stock market in the U.S. due to
it being a screen-based stock market, compared to a trading floor market like the NYSE. It also has almost
all of the technological stocks available for trading, which has proved to be a very volatile industry in the
last few years.
What is the S&P 500? The S&P 500 is a marketvalue weighted index composed of 400 industrial
stocks, 20 transportation, 40 financial, and 40 utility. It is a far broader measure than the DJIA
because it takes into account 500 different stocks traded on the two main exchanges (NYSE and
NASDAQ-AMEX) compared to the DJIA's 30 all traded on the NYSE and NASDAQ.
High i court rles pol*hPice have
right to stop. those who flee

By Brandon Schulte
Daily Nebraskan
LINCOLN, Neb. (U-WIRE) -
Microsoft and NCAA men's basket-
ball may have more in common than
most people might think. Both are
giants of their domains - Microsoft
of the computing industry and men's
college basketball of intercollegiate
athletics.
But the two are linked in a more sin-
ister way as well: both have recently
undergone probes by a federal grand
jury.
But unlike the Microsoft investiga-
tion, which centered on anti-trust laws,
a grand jury in Kansas City, Mo., is
hearing testimony on the corrupt under-
world of summer recruiting that
involves shoe companies and advisors
who act more like agents than coaches.
Only a few players have been affect-
ed by illicit actions during the summer,
but two of the three players who have
lost eligibility over the scandal so far
come from the Big 12 Conference.
Missouri became the first conference
school to be bitten by the inquiry, as
first-year student Kareem Rush was
suspended in conjunction with an
investigation of his brother JaRon
Rush, a sophomore at UCLA. Jaron
was suspended on Dec. 9 for allegedly
receiving money.
Then just last week Oklahoma State's
Andre Williams was the second Big 12
player to be implicated in a similar
scandal as he was ruled ineligible by
the NCAA for the rest of the season for
receiving a high school scholarship.
The NCAA said he also would have to
repay $20,000 to his Maine prep
school.
OSU has filed an appeal on his
behalf and Coach Eddie Sutton said
there are conflicts with the summer
recruiting process. "I think it's a
problem; any college coach will tell
you that," Sutton said. "There are a

lot of great people that work with=
players over the summer, but there
are others that you wouldn't want
working with your players over the:
summer."
The NCAA intends to discuss they
issue of the summer recruiting this:
week at its annual meeting in San.
Diego. While most Big 12 Conference
coaches don't expect any changes to
result from the meeting, they have
mixed views on how summer recruiting
should be handled.
Kansas Coach Roy Williams thinks
all parties in the issue should be
brought together to discuss the issue.,
"There is not an easy answer," he.
said. "The first thing we need to do is
to get everyone involved together -
the coaches, the NCAA officials, the
high school federation and the shoe
companies. If we could get everyone
together I think we could resolve some
things."
Kansas State Coach Tom Asbury said
summer recruiting isn't the culprit, but
rather the early signing period is.
"I've got a quick fix," he said.
"Eliminate the fall signing period. I've
said that for two or three years. That
way the summer would be an evalua-
tion period instead of a hands-on
recruiting period."
The summer recruiting season has
turned into a bonanza for coaches and
players since the NCAA instituted the
fall signing period more than a
decade ago to control recruiting
costs.
Sutton said the recruiting period
allowed mid-major schools that don't
have large recruiting budgets to see,
players they ordinarily couldn't see}
play.
Several coaches thought the summer
recruiting days should be limited, but
Oklahoma Coach Kelvin Sampson said
the summer recruiting period needed to
be ended.

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court gave police
broad authority to stop and question people who run at the sight
of an officer yesterday.
The five to four ruling came short of giving police a blan-
ket right to stop anyone who runs after seeing the police. But
it said such flight may indicate a crime is being committed
and therefore can help justify a police stop.
The decision was a boost for police but worried some civil
libertarians.
"Nervous, evasive behavior is a pertinent factor in deter-
mining reasonable suspicion" to justify a stop, Chief
Justice William Rehnquist wrote for the court. "Headlong
flight - wherever it occurs - is the consummate act of
evasion."
"Allowing officers confronted with such flight to stop the

fugitive and investigate further is quite consistent with the indi-
vidual's right to go about his business or to stay put and remain
silent in the face of police questioning," he said.
The court said police had enough reason to stop a Chicago
man who ran after spotting officers in an area known for nar-
cotics trafficking.
The National Association of Police Organizations praised
the ruling. Its executive director, Robert Scully, said the deci-
sion will allow police to investigate "highly suspicious con-
duct"
But Tracey Maclin, a lawyer for the American Civil
Liberties Union, said the decision "shows how out of
touch the majority of the court is with what happens on
the streets of America with respect to police-citizen
encounters."

W
LOOKING FOR STUDENTS to work with
Arie pop of children 2.5-5 yrs of age at the
Fnuhfily Housing Child Development Ceni
on North Campus. Easy access from central
campus via the Uof M Northwood bus. Need
individuals with flex. sched. and interest in or
e4, working with children. Pay scale is $7-
8/hr. dep. on exp. Call 764-4557 for info.
L INCH SUPERVISOR needed 1.5 hrs./day
at' 58.75/hr. Involves monitoring elementary
school students in lunchroom and on
*ayground. Call Honey Creek Community
rchool at 734-994-2636 for more info.
MARKETING REP. ON CALL for
lIh.n advertising, place movie posters in
,fores. Need car/camera. $9-l/hr., plus
5(0n/mi. (800) 852-6250.
MARKETING AND BOX OFFICE
ASSISTANTS- Two work-study positions
open for the winter semester in the area of
theater administration. Great pay and benefits
with -flexible hours. Marketing assistant: 10-
15ihT6urs per week. Assist in promotion of 10
shi'w season and with theater archival setup.
itf' Kerianne at 647-2277 for info. Box
W1fie Assistant: 10-15 hours per week, some
weekends and evenings. Assist with window
aInd .phone sales for various events around
campus. Call Maureen at 764-0450 for info.
MEET INTERESTING International Stud.
Siom around the world. Native English
speakers are needed to join the conversation
partner prgui. at the Mich. Language Ctr.
Help an international visitor improve his
English. Practice speaking another language.
'ccost is free and the benefits are many.
mall 663-9415 MLC-USA@Worldnet.att.net
MESSENGERS (2)-deliver campus mail on
route. Other misc. duties. UM student pref.
Must have valid drivers license & be familiar
,/v campus. 20 hrs. Mon-Fri, 8-12, or 1-5.
$8 50/hr. Call Joann at 764-7234.
TAMARACK CAMPS
Jewish communal camp
hiring summer staff:
counselors'and specialists.
Interviewing Wednesday,
January 19 at 5 p.m. at
Hillel. Call (248) 661-0600
for more info.
NEW OFFICE. Part-time workers needed
who have exceptional communication skills
to-set appointments for our counselors. Earn
$8.00 per hour, plus cash bonuses. No
selling. Call 734/623-8431 for an interview.
NOW HIRING for winter sem. school age
ildcare staff. Paid holidays and sick time.
tekdays 7-9 am and/or 3-6 pm. Call Vicki
.994-2313 or Connie 996-3189 for interview.
P/T CHILDCARE for youth w/ emotional
uprraments. $8-I1/hr. Transportation red.
Flexaible hours. Next training Jan. 29th, Call
Carolyn at 971-9605.

PROCESSING
The University of Michigan, Survey
Research Center Survey Lab is now
recruiting people with excellent
communication skills and interest/
background in the social/economic sciences
to join a team collecting national public
opinion telephone interviews.Candidates
need to be highly self-directed with a
professional telephone manner for
conducting research interviews. Experience
with IBM compatible computers helpful.
Keyboard/typing skills required. Must be
available to work at least 16-20 hours per
week, nearly exclusively evenings and
weekends. Competitive wages--starting at
59.50/hr. Demonstrated Spanish ability may
increase wage.
Apply in person, weekdays 8:30 a.m. -
5:00 p.m., at the University of Michigan,
Institute for Social Research, Rm. 3350, 426
Thompson St., Ann Arbor from 1/7/00
through 1/16/00. The University of Michigan
is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action
employer.
RESPONSIBLE PERSON to drive two
children to and from Hebrew school in Ann
Arbor from Dexter, Mondays & Wednesdays.
Time: 3-6 p.m. $50/wk. 358-4625.
SCOREKEEPERS IS NOW HIRING
cooks, floormen and waitstaf' for imnediate
openings. Apply TODAY at 310 Maynard
across from Borders Books downtown.
SECURITY GUARDS to work on UM
campus part-time or full-time. Good driving
record, familiarity with campus a plus. Apply
at State Security Services, 525 Church, Ann
Arbor, 668-0444. EOE.
SEMINAR ASSISTANTS-evenings, $7-
10/hr. Please call Allan 996-1107.
SPEND YOUR SUMMER in a lakefront
cabin in Maine. If you're looking to spend
this summer outdoors, have fun while you
work, and make lifelong friends, then look no
further. Camp Mataponi, a residential girl's
camp, has over 50 openings for M/F staff for
Land/Watersports, Ropes Course, Tennis,
H.B.Riding, A & C, Theater, Nature,
Gymnastics, Dance, Photography, Martial
Arts, Group leaders & more. Top salaries
plus room/board & travel provided. ON
SITE INTERVIEWS WILL BE
CONDUCTED ON FEB. 1. Call us today
toll free, 1-888-684-2267 or apply online at
mataponi.com
STUDENT EDITORIAL ASST. needed.
Reading/Clipping newspapers. Tues. &
Thurs. mornings. Call Kim at 763-5800.
STUDENT RESEARCH assistants needed
for short term data collection for UM acad.
lang. reseach project Jr or Sr in Bio. SNRE.
Eng. or other arts/hum majors to tape record
classes, study groups, and other events
equipment provided total of 10 to 20 hours
per person for 2 or 3 weeks. $8/hr 763-7133.
SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS needed at all
levels, 90 hrs. college credit required, $69 per
day to start, 15 minutes north of Ann
Arbor/Ypsi area,5call 248-573-8140. South
Lyon Community Schools.
SUMMER INTERNSHIPS

WANT TO DO LUNCH????- The Ann
Arbor Public School District is currently
hiring Noon Hour Supervisors for our
Elementary School Lunch Programs. If you
enjoy working with children and can work
between the hours of I I am and I pm, please
call, 994-2300 ext 239 or 256. Salar'
commensurate with experience.
WANTED: 29 PEOPLE to get paid SS to
lose 30 lbs. in 30 days. 888-879-0040.
WEB DEVELOPMENT. Seeking talented
creative web designers to subcontract Part
time on various projects. S10-515/hr. Email
talents and URL's to: iobs@intergalactic.com
WEB SUPERHERO or graphic deisgner
needed for sports-based web starr-up
company. Works indep. (248) 613-3999
andrew@ iLiveS PORTS.comn
WILDLIFE JOBS to $21.60/hr. Inc.
benefits. Game wardens, security,
maintenance, park rangers, no exp. needed.
For applic. and exam info, call 1 800-813-
3585, ext. 3609, 8am-9pmn, 7 days fds, inc.
WORK STUDY STUDENT NEEDED:
Assist staff by assembling packets, filing,
running errands & light lifting. 10-15 hours
per week. Qualifications: Good
organizational & time management skills,
w\ orks independently, pays attention to detail,
follows directions accurately, dependable &
punctual. Minimum of 2 hour blocks of time
during the M-F, 8-5 workday. Call Catherine
Philbn at 615-4859.
WORK STUDY WEB JOB
Prener organ transplantation web site
(www.transwcb.org) needs help with all
aspects of web publishing. Great experience.
58 1)/hr.. 998-7314, transweb umich.edu
ARE YOU RELIABLE, energetic and fun?
Northeast A2 mom wants a break. Tues 9am-
3pm/daytime hrs. Own car needed. $8/hr.
Call w/ refs 663-0191.
BABYSITTER For 4 1/2 yr. old girl.10-15+
irs /vwk Trans & refs. req. Call 623-1044.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for 9 yr. old girl
after school. Flex. sched., good pay. Car
needed. Call 668-1332.
CAREGIVER P/T for 3 sisters (6-9 yrs.).
Afternoons. trans. & refs. req. 663-2773.
CHILD CARE NEEDED in home for 2 yr.
old and 10 wk. old. 15-20 hrs/week,
mornmis. Call Andrea 994-9817.
CHILDCARE NEEDED for A2 family with
girs. 6 and under. We require a
responsible, experienced person with a flex.
schedule. A few afternoons, occasional eves.,
and Sat. night would be req. Applicant should
like dors. Please call 214-9525 if interested.
CHILDCARE: P/T help for infant and 6
vcar old.Housekeeping, errands Experience
aiid reerences Teq. Nice family. 668-0327
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SEEKING CHILDCARE for our 2 1/2 yr
Old boy in our west side home. 8-10 hrs/wk.
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have tran.s.. & ref. 995-9938.
SUBSTITUTE'S NEEDED. St. Paul Early
Childhood Center needs substitutes. No
reachin i required. Fun ob working w/ young
clildien. Great for Education & Psych.
'iudents to cain exp. Call 668-0887.
WARM ENERGETIC PERSON needed to
pi ide part time care for 2 young children.
Fri mornings and one weekend or even.
ime. Please call 662-9888
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