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FORD
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rwi4h marked the end of U.S. involvement in
e war and called for the release of U.S. pris-,
oners.
"It was a deal that on the surface looked
like a good solution," he said. "The North
Vietnamese violated every single provision of
the Paris Accord. We believed they were
* oing to do everything they said they would
and we got screwed."
Panel member Brent Scowcroft, national
security adviser to presidents Ford and George
Bush, gave praise to the 38th president.
"Ford did a good job of healing this country,"
he said. "We had the Vietnam War with Water-
gate ... the people were disappointed, bitter,
hatred abounded, a little after two years later the
American people had forgotten about it."
The panel on the presidency emphasized
the distrust of Washington that has been accu-
ulated since the Vietnam War and the
Wdtergate scandal.
"Our presidents were our kings, symboli-
cally," White House correspondent Lou Can-
notsaid. "This has been lost in the Clinton
presidency, it's been lost in the (Lyndon John-

son) presidency.
Cannon said electing a female president is
the only way to restore faith into the White
House. "My hope is that we're going to see a
woman as president of the United States
because I think there is an impulse to see
women as reliable and as a restoration of
moral character," he said.
But the panelists commended Ford's bi-par-
tisanship efforts. "He treated people as adver-
saries and not enemies," said Roger Porter,
former presidential adviser.
Ford sat on the final panel, which addressed
politics and the media.
The panel pitted Ford and former U.S. Sen.
Eugene McCarthy against political journalist
James Cannon and Pulitzer prize winning
journalist Haynes Johnson discussing the
effect the media had on the Vietnam War.
"I'm not sure American public opinion will
ever support another war if they see it on tele-
vision," Cannon said.
Panelists compared the openness of the
Vietnam War to the rigid control journalists
were placed under for the Gulf War.
Ford complained of the inconsistencies of
war coverage today. The United States is
bombing Saddam Hussein daily, Ford said,

"and I can't find in any newspaper any daily
account of what's going on."
University Regent David Brandon (R-Ann
Arbor) said the day's events were phenemon-
al.
Brandon attended the University during the
1970s. "Now with the passing of time, we can
look at those events far more introspectively
and objective. The mistakes we made an how
we can use that knowledge to make better
decisions in the future."
Outside of the Michigan League, where
the conference was held, members of the
Graduate Action Alliance were joined by
members of the Students of Color Coalition
and the Ann Arbor Native American com-
munity in protest of Ford, who was a mem-
ber of Michigamua as a senior at the
University.
The SCC has been protesting the actions of
the senior society Michigamua since it took
over the group's meeting space in the Michi-
gan Union tower in February, citing the
group's use of Native American rituals as
offensive.
"We want (Ford) to know his past isn't as
pretty as he thinks it is,' GAA member Irfan
Nooruddin said.

MILE
Continued from Page 1A
Brown also said that the fact the last day of
classes falls on a Friday for the first time since the
Naked Mile has been run is a concern. "Actual
University student participation will be down, but
outsider participation will be up,"she predicted.
It is also likely the decision of the Michigan
men's rowing and lacrosse clubs not to partici-
pate in this year's event will discourage student
participation. The rowing club, which started the
Naked Mile in 1986, has become increasingly
disenchanted with the activities that have become
associated with it, such as the danger of sexual
assault and the exploitation of pictures and video
taken at the event.
Weather also can have an effect on the turnout
for the event - the extended forecast for Ann
Arbor on Friday has low temperatures in the 30s
or 40s and a chance of rain.
Like the annual Hash Bash celebration that
takes place on the first Saturday in April, the
Naked Mile has become increasingly less student-
oriented over the last few years. A campaign to
increase awareness of the dangers of the run has
included President Bollinger's annual letter to
seniors, as well as an advertising campaign. A let-

ter to all other undergraduate students from inte
im Vice President of Student Affairs E. Royster
Harper is expected this week.
"It's not that the University wants people not to
have fun, it's that we're fearful of people's safety;'
the letter stated.
While estimations vary, a crowd of between
8,000 and 10,000 people came out to watch 40Q to
800 runners last year.
The Naked Mile is one of the last events in what
has become an increasingly rare tradition at cdl-
leges and universities across the country. Princeton
University, for instance, canceled its 25 year-old
Nude Olympics last year due to safety concerns.
Despite the AAPD's new stance, students
already planning to run the Naked Mile said they
still would, but that they will be more cautious.
"If it looks like I'm going to get hauled into jail,
I wouldn't do it," Business junior Brian Hayden
said. Hayden's friend, Art and Design junior Casey
Fruschour agreed. Both ran the mile last year for
the first time. "If they tell me to put my clothes
back on, I will," he said.
Neither were concerned about their pictures
showing up on the Internet. "I don't think a picture
of me on the Internet would last too long," Hayden
said. "There probably wouldn't be a lot of people
looking for it.

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Must know Microsoft Office programs Front
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9715441.
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opportunities, YMCA membership, & bus
pass included. Call Thomas @ 663-0536 ext.
230 or fill out applic. @ 350 S. Fifth. EOE.
ASPHALT MAINTENANCE Co. seeks
al-coating/patching leaders and crew
embers. Good pay, lots of hours. Must be
reliable and have own trans. 810-231-1867.
QABYSITTING- Ann Arbor Y.M.C.A. has
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incded. Call Jon @ 663-0536 ext. 234 or
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DOYS AND GIRLS Club of Romulus is
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enouraged to apply. Great resume builder.
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CAMP CCC Summer Camp for children
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personable and energetic indivs. to fill camp
counselor and WSI lifeguard positions,
lease send resume and refs to Honey Creek
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CAMP COUNSELORS - NEW YORK
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CAMP STAFF- Summer Day Counselors
needed for Y.M.C.A. Camp Birkett
(Pinckney) Camp Cedar Lake (Chelsea).
Send resume to jLmerhige
@agarborymca.com or stop by 350 S. Fifth
4i fill out application. EOE.
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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FOR
GRADUATES
Career opportunities available in our Ann
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e candidates we select will be dedicated,
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EFL/ESL TEACHERS needed to teach
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EXPERIENCED APPOINTMENT setters
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We have MANY full and part time positions
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Admin. Assist.
Data Entry
Receptionist
Assembly
Packaging
Shipping/Receiving
Pay ranges: $8-13/hr
Apply Mon-Thurs.
8:30-10:30am or
1:30-3:30pm at:
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Plaza, Ann Arbor. Or call for
more info: (734) 668-6933
Picture ID and SSCard required.
Visit our website at:
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FRONT DESK CLERK P/T Spring/Fall,
F/T Summer. Customer service, computer
usage, free bus pass, bonus potential! Med-
Inn. Call Sue, 936-0100, 11am-4pm.
FULL-TIME SUMMER preschool assistant
teacher 6/25-8/18. Experience required. U of
M Pound House Children's Center. 998-
8399.
FUNDRAISING MANAGER
National company seeks self-motivated
graduate or bachelor's candidate for full time
employment. Successful applicants will
conduct training seminars to help students
raise funds for their groups & clubs. $40,000/
year salary plus bonuses. Travel, vehicle a
must. Contact Campusfundraiser.com,
personnel department at (888) 923-3238,
x.102, or fax resume to Christy Ward, (508)
626-9994.

GROUNDSKEEPER:
Gain valuable large apt. community
experience. Work with maintenance and
management to maintain clean, beautiful
surroundings. PIT or F/T. Send resume or
apply to 1099 Maiden Lane, Ann Arbor
48105 / fax: 665-2354.
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
1-800-762-2820.
HILLSDALE COLLEGE'S Dow
Journalism Program is currently seeking a
journalism instructor and assistant to the
Director of the Dow Journalism Program for
the 2000-01 academic year. Responsibilities
will include teaching two courses in the
fundamentals of journalism covering
reporting, copyediting, and opinion writing;
advising student publications; overseeing
student internships; and developing the
program under the auspices of the director.
Applicants should hold a bachelor's degree
and have at least one year's reporting and
editorial experience in print journalism; ideal
for the recent graduate. For more
information,rcontact Tracy Lee Simmons,
Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Michigan,
49242; e-mail (trcy.simmons@hillsdale.edu)
or telephone (517-437-7341, ext. 2614).
HONEY CREEK COMMUNITY School is
accepting applications for the following:
Team teaching position, using a theme 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.
IMMEDIATE INCOME Opportunity.
Make money while attending college, serious
inquiries only. 734-913-2184.
JOB OPENING: Watershed Coordinate
Regional agency is seeking a full-time
watershed coord. for the Thunder Bay River
Watershed. Skills Req.:The successful
candidate will provide leadership & expertise
in the development of a comprehensive
nonpoint source mgmt plan for the Thunder
Bay River watershed. To mcl.: research
analysis, plan dev., field inventory,
presentations, & other related activities.
Excellent writing, verbal, & computer skills
nec. Ability to communicate & work well w/
groups & organizations. Bachelor Degree in
Water Resource/Natural Resource Mgmt. or
related field req. Contractual position. Send
resume by April 21, 2000 to: Director P.O.
Box 457, Gaylord, MI 49734 EOE.
Want COOLJobwith
cool internet company ?
Zoomcuiture.com is hiring reps to cap-
ture student life on video.., on campus
or anywhere life takes you this summer!
E-mail: Jay@zoomculture.com or
call Jay at (919) 960-9100.
LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION- Pond
building, native landscaping. $8.50/hr. Good
working cond. for both men & women. F/T
and PI. EOE. 668-8180.
LAWN MAINTENANCE. 2 PT positions
avail. (20 hrs.+) working in Ann Arbor. Good
pay, flex. sched., exp. pref. Cyril 971-0193.
LEASING AGENT NEEDED part-time for
student housing apartments. No experience
necessary- we'll train. Call 668-1100.
LEASING CONSULTANT:
Like to smile? Energetic individuals needed
for busy but fun large A2 apt community
leasing office. P/T or F/T through Labor Day.
Send resume or apply to 1099 Maiden Lane,
Ann Arbor 48105/ fax: 665-2354.
LIFEGUARDS & WSI'S
Part time/full time, outdoor pools 5/26 to
9/4/00. Must be 18 yrs old, current ARC
certification, flexible hours, pay based on
experience. Apply at Ann Arbor Realty
616 Church 663-7444.
MEDICAL OFFICE
Admin. asst. needed. Full or part-time. Pay
commensurate with exp. Please apply at Ann
Arbor Dermatology, 706 W.Huron, Ann
Arbor or fax resume to 734-996-8767.
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.

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work around your classes & family
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accepting applications for the
following departments:
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Deli " Produce * Meat
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Saline..... 565 E. Michigan Ave.
We ibffer
* shift premiums (.50-2.50 weekend/evening)
" flexible shifts (both FIT and PIT)
" benefits after 90 days
For more info, call Chris Booher @ (734) 994-7202
NOW HIRING all shifts. Cashiers, Loss
control, and garden center. Will pay for
experience. Big K-Mart, 215 N. Maple. 734-
761-8557. Apply today!
OFFICE ASSISTANT NEEDED. Approx.
20 hrs/wk., M- F. Good phone etiquette,
organizational skills, and previous office exp.
helpful. $7-8/hr. DOE. Call Wendi @ 763-
3265.
OFFICE MANAGER- Interested in
becoming part of a diverse, fun & energetic
team for the summer? Come join us @ the
Ann Arbor Y.M.C.A. in our camping
services office. Must be able to multi-task
and have an interest in children. Flexible
hours. Y.M.C.A. membership & bus pass
included. Send resume to jmerhige
@annarborymca.com or stop by 350 S. Fifth
to fill out application. EOE.
PART TIME SUMMER JOB- 11:00-1:00
Monday-Friday. Lunch assistant at St. Paul
Early Childhood Center. Call 668-0887.
PRO SHOP HELP PIT
Grounds Help FIT. Racquet Club
of Ann Arbor. Call 971-5441.
PT, OT OR NURSING student needed to
help women with MS bathe and exercise.
Must be able to work three days a week, 3
hrs./day. $10/hr. Female preferred. Call Julie
(734) 485-7507.
SALES
If you are bright and like working with
people and your idea of how a college
student should make money is not flipping
hamburgers, we may have a full or part time
sales position for you. Englander's Furniture
Stare in Ann Arbor has full and part time
positions available in sales. University of
Michigan students in the past have had great
success with us both while in school and after
graduation. So, if making good money,
learning something about retail, and having
some fun working a flexible schedule that
can include evenings and/or weekends is
your idea of what a college student should
do, give us a call at (734) 769-8040 and we
will set up an interview.
Englander's, 2333 S. State, Ann Arbor, MI
48104.

SUMMER SALES INTERNSHIPS
Earn $3000 - $7000+ Gain Valuable business
experience selling yellow page advertising in
your Official University Telephone
Directory. Excellent advertising/sales/public
relations challenge. GREAT RESUME
BOOSTER! Nationally Recognized Training
Program. Call Paul at College Directory
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SUMMER WORK
Average 1st Summer $7500
Selecting All Majors
Sales and Business Management
Relocate West
14 spots left for students seeking a challenge
this summer.
Call Shelly 677-3977.
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! PART-TIME for before &
after school child care program in the Ann
Arbor public schools. Great fun! 7:15-9 AM
&/or 3:10-6 PM M-F. Pay starts at $7/hr. Call
Beth or Laura 761-7101.
TEACHERS/ASSISTANTS - SUMMER
SCIENCE CAMP, Ann Arbor Hands-On
Museum. Positions available for teachers
and teachers' assistants at popular, multi-
discipline, hands-on science classes for
preschoolers through 8th grade. June 26th-
August 11th. Teachers, pre-service teachers,
or others with a formal or informal
background in science should apply for
teaching positions. College or high school
students, or others who enjoy working with
children, should apply for assistants
positions. Teachers's salary based on
experience. Assistants' salary, based on
experience, starting at $6.50/hour, 35
hours/week, M-F. For more information,
contact: Summer Science Camp Coordinator,
Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum, 220 E. Ann
St., Ann Arbor, MI 48104, 734-995-5439.
Biologists
No experience needed!!
Earn up to 35K after 1 yr
40K after 2 years
IMS, a biomedical software firm in
Silver Spring, MD is offering a free 4
week programming course. We hire
90% of students who take this course.
Course starts 6/12/00. For details see
imsweb.com or call (888) 680-5057.
TEMP OR WORK STUDY 20 hrs./wk.
Provide support to facilities operations at
School of Ed. Tasks mlc. copying & faxing,
phones, errands, sorting & distributing mail,
delivering packages, & occasional light
lifting. Qualif.: knowledge of general office
procedures. Motivated, reliable, dependable
person. Mike Napolitan 647-0631.
THINKING OF LAW SCHOOL? Work
your own schedule from home transcribing
for an Ann Arbor law firm. Must be
available summer and fall. Call 734-769-
0200.
TOP BOYS SPORTS CAMP IN MAINE!
PLAY SPORTS - HAVE FUN - MAKE $$
Camp Cobbossee - Pronounced: Kah'-Buh-
See. Positions available in: All team &
individual sports, all water sports, plus:
Camping & Hiking, Ropes & Rock
Climbing, Ice Hockey, SCUBA, Archery,
Arts & Crafts, Martial Arts, Top Salaries,
Excellent Facilities, FREE room, board,
laundry. Travel allowance.
www.camcobbossee.com on line
application or call free: (800) 473-6104.
TOWEL PERSON- Heavy course load, but
you still need cash? You need a job that will
allow you to do your homework in an
undisturbed environment. Ann Arbor
Y.M.C.A. has PT openings to launder towels.
Y.M.C.A. membership & bus pass included.
Call Jon @ 663-0536 ext. 234 or stop by 350
S. Fifth Ave. to fill out an application. EOE.
Computer
Programmer/Analyst
No experience needed!!
IMS, a biomedical software
. '. -,., '- . ,

ABLE CHILDCARE needed beginning mid
April, 10-15 hrs./wk. after school 3-6 & some
eves. Need transportation. 973-0158.
BABYSITTER for newborn baby girl. West
side on bus route. 2-4 hrs./day. 769-6944,
CARETAKER & DRIVER needed for 3
active school aged children for summer.. M-
Th., 8-5:30. Nora @ 662-1189 or 332-7863.
EARLY CHILDHOOD substitutes needed
for spring and summer terms. Work
according to your availability. Call St. Paul
Early Childhood Center at 668-0887.
ENTHUSIASTIC, responsible person
needed to care for 3 yr. old and 1 yr. old in
our A2 home. N-smkr., own trans., exp./refs.
req. Approx. 30 hrs./wk., flex. 665-4093.
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.
PART TIME DAY Care provider for a
young toddler & 6 yr. old. Exp. needed, great
pay, nice family: Scott or Sharon 996-0867.
PART TIME SUMMER JOB- 11:00-1:00
Monday-Friday. Lunch assistant at St. Paul
Early Childhood Center. Call 668-0887.
SUMMER BABYSITTER needed in my A2
home. To begin June 19, Mon-Fri,410-5pm.
Nonsmoker, must have own car. Call Jill at
482-4500 or 747-8748.
SUMMER CHILDCARE- for 3 school-age
children. Mid-June through Aug. 30hrs./wk.
Call 994-4535.
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limit. Email Josh at MREggert@aol.com or
call at 773-528-6042.
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GREAT SUMMER
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SEASONAL PARKS MAINTENANCE
positions. Apr-Sept. $8/hr. 40 hr/wk. Mon-
Fri. Pittsfield Twp. Parks & Recreation, 701
W.Ellsworth Rd, Ann Arbor, MI 48108. Call
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SECRETARY/LEGAL: Experience
preferred, but will train. Competitive
compensation. Call Kelly, (734) 482-5000 or
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STUDENT BUS drivers wanted. $10/hr. 20
hrs./wk. Paid training. Apply now for Fall
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3RD ROOMMATE NEEDED to share
spacious 2 bdrm. apt. for Fall 2000. Great
central campus location! Male pref. Call
Jonathan 764-9694.
4 LARGE BDRMS. avail, in 7 person house
for fall 2000. Near South U. Grad students
pref. Call Daran 994-9489.
FEMALE RMMATE. needed to share 2
bdrm. apt. Reasonable rent, Call 971-4140.
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