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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, December 2, 1999 - 7A

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DJIA Close
11/25
11/26 10,988.9
31/29 10,947.2-
11/30 10,877.8
J2 /1 10,998.3

ones Industrial AverWae, NASDAQ and
500 Composite for Wek11125-121

Charter plan stalls in House

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Change NASDAQ Close Change S&P Close Change
NO TRADING DUE TO THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY
-19.26 3,447.81 +27.31 1,416.62 -0.46
-40.99 3,422.37 -25.44 , 1,407.83 -25.44
-70.10 3,336.16 -85.21 1,389.07 -18.76
+120.58 3,353.71 +17.55 1,397.72 +8.65

Highlights from the week: Yesterday, the blue chip stocks enjoyed a great day, reflected in the Dow's
substantial gain. Investors took their profits from the tech sector and put it into stocks like McDonald's,
which bought Boston Chicken for $173 million. Exxon-Mobil also saw a good trading day - their first
as a combined oil company. The recently hot NASDAQ is up 12.5 percent for the month while the Dow is
only up 1.4 percent. However, profit taking from the NASDAQ market began Tuesday (a 70 point loss) as
their run of 16 record closes in the last four weeks came to an end. This should eventually effect the
leavily tech laden S&P. The leading internet information site, Yahoo!, will become part of the S&P 500
ipdex after the Dec. 7 trading day.
What is the Dow Jones Industrial Average? The DJIA represents 30 stocks traded on the New York
tock 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
indicator 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 couple of years.
What is the S&P 500? The S&P 500 is a market value weighted index composed of 400 industrial
stocks, 20 transportation, 40 financial, and 40 utility. It is a far broader measure than the DJIA
*ecause it takes into account 500 different stocks traded on the two main exchanges (NYSE and
NASDAQ-AMEX) compared to the DJIA's 30 traded on the NYSE and NASDAQ.
- Compiled by Dai)' Staff Reporter Kevin Magnuson from wire reports.
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LANSING (AP) -The governor couldn't muster enough
votes in the state House vesterdav for more charter schools,
but Republican legislative leaders hope to push an increase
through before they leave next week.
Gov. John Engler wants to raise the 150-school limit on the
number of charter schools that universities can authorize by
50 this year and 25 each year after that.
On a preliminary vote to take up the governor's plan for
debate, only 49 members were voting yes and 58 were voting
no, including six Republicans. Before the vote could be tal-
lied, Republican leaders cleared the voting board and post-
poned the issue for the day.
Democrats and some Republicans say there needs to be
more oversight of publicly funded charter schools before the
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Continued from Page 1A before it occurs.
the target," which he explained as "It's basically m
"reducing the chance for crimes to appealing to steal,'
occur." Bess said the s
Bess cited simple preventative "very pleasedv
measures, such as not leaving items involvement."

cap is lifted. Engler wants to appoint a five-member charter
school oversight board. but opponents say that isn't enough.
"Why are on Earth are we even consideiin creatmg an over-
sight board when we have an elected (State) Board of
Education?" asked Rep. Rose ogardus ()-D)son) "It seems
to me that is a xerv sneaky way to take awvay the nghts of voters
statewide. In fac!tthat's what it is -it's an enormous power grab.
House Speaker Chuck Perricone (R-lKaila mazoo lvph said
he hopes to try the sote again today so the bills can be passed
before the end of the \ ear
"We has en't completed negotiations, but I wanted to see
where we were." Perricone said of the vote. "There are
always a few people that don't want to commit until they see
the final language."

attended in a pub-
of stopping crime
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he said.
tatistics left him
with community

GRADES
Continued from Page IA
Nurse said, referring to the mailed
copies. "Students like things on-line.
"We'll have to see what happens. But
I think it can work," he said.
Associate Provost for Academic
Affairs Lester Monts approved the pro-
posal this summer.
"It's our attempt to move to a paper-
less system,"Monts said. "We're trying
to take advantage of the new technolo-
gy and we're also trying to save trees."
Alice Kelly, Rachel's mother, said the
policy change may anger some parents
"because they feel their kids may not be

forthcoming."
"Personally, I don't see it as an issue. I
never opened my kids' grades anyway"
Alice Kelly said, contrasting her reaction
to other parents who rely on having their
children's grades mailed home.
Associate Registrar Lynn Aidleman
noted that when the University mails stu-
dents' grades to their permanent address-
es, the document goes to students -
making the information private to them.
"The term grade report is not mailed
to parents. It's mailed to students,
Aidleman said, adding that if students
need to give their parents an official copy
of their grades, "we would be happy to
mail it to anywhere (students) request."

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The Education Specialist will plan,
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helor's degree in science or a related
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COLLEGE MARKETING
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Promote music and artists, tours. CD
releases, videos, films to the college
audience. Work with record stores,
clubslocal businesses, college radio, college
newspapers. student groups, residence halls.
eic.. to promote a variety of projects. Paid
position. Work 15-20 hrs/wk. Excellent
opportunity to get hands on exp. in the music
and Internet industries. The ideal candidate
should have the ability to work
independently, good communication skills,
knowledge of local "scene", and be
responsible. enthusiastic and creative. Please
forward resuime and cover letter detailing
relevant exp. and/or why you'd be great foi
the job to: rebecca@musicblitz.com
NEED EXPERIENCE (and money'?) Join a
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campus representative. Flexible hours,
responsibilities and competitive pay. No
experience, just personality needed. Visit
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more.
NEED STUDENT assistant for general lab
support role in molecular bio research lab in
med school.Prefer biol or chiem major or pre
med. Approx 10 hrs/wk. Apply by email to
nkhaves @ umich edu
NEEDED: HEALTHY WOMEN between
the ages of 25-35 who have never had a baby
are needed for a gynecology research project.
As a part of the project, participants will
undergo pelvic imaging procedures and some
ancillary testing at no cost. Compensation is
S200.00. For further information call 6 I5-
3093 and ask about the PERL project.
NOW HIRING COOKS and servers - Main
St. restaurant. Exp. pref.. but will train
serious individuals. top pay & flex.
scheduling w/ extras for qualified persons.
Apply in person: Palio 347 S. Main. EOE.
PATIENT ATTENDANT-University
Hospital. $6.75 per hour, plus off shift bonus.
Hiring for all shifts, minimum 8 hours per
week including some weekends and holidays.
Provide observation, companionship.
assistance to patients, some direct patient
care. Must be 18 years or older. Contact 763-
5637 for more info.
SALES ASSOCIATES Gala Hallmark -
Briarwood Mall. Great job for students!
Immediate positions available. Part-time,
full-time. Flexible hours, generous employee
discount & bonus plan. Apply in person or
fax resume to 734-665-1612 attn: Vickie.
SATURDAY DRIVER wanted to deliver
meals for Motor Meals of Ann Arbor. S9/hr.
Phone 763-2377.
SHAMAN DRUM BOOKSHOP immediate
F/T & P/T temp. positions textbooks. Apply
in person or call 662-7407 Dave or Rise.
STUDENT FINANCIAL Assistant Winter
2000 semester: energetic organized, detail
oriented student needed for processing
financial information, reports and office
support. Financial experience a plus.
Flexible hours, 12 to 15 per week. Pay
$7.75. Mail letter of application and resumei
to Student Financial Assistant, UM Student
Publications, 210A Student Publications
Bldg., Ann Arbor, MI. 48109-1327.
SUBJECTS NEEDED FOR experiment in
cognitive psychology. Must be native English
speakers, right handed, w/ normal or
corrected vision, normal color vision, and
normal hearing. Pay is $10/hr., plus bonus
based on performance. Call 936-2056 or
email MHRI-Subjects@umich.edu

'WANT TO LEARN how to make SUSHI * Y Ec - B TTERI Acapulco CPcun S a a d many
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WENDY'S has openings for crew members
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Apply in person at tU I league #40, 91 II
University or UM Union #28. 520 S State St
Stanton & Assoc. is committed to a div ci ',
workplace. Call 1-877-4WENDYS.
YOUNG ADULTS WANTED'
High School or College
Earn full time income part time
Full Training. Call 517-523-7337
BABYSITTER NEEDED afternoons.
winter semester. 15-20 hrs. Mon. & Weds. a
must. Needs transportation. Call 623-0264.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for 9 yr. old girl
after school. Flex. sched., good pay. Car
needed. Call 668-1332
BABYSITTER NEEDED- Tues. and Thurs.
for 2 children, ages 2 & 4. 57.50/hr Appos
15 hrs/wk. Please call Daxx ii (gt998-0322.
BABYSITTING NEEDED or a 6-month
old infant weekday mornings/ early
afternoons 3-4 times a week /bf Winter term.
Very pleasant Job: On campus. timie i
homework and access to coiputei/ email
while infant sleeps. Experience preIcrred
Salary negotiable. Contact Dr. Kirschner at
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CHILDCARE NEEDED in my Plymouth
home. Mornings. 453-1708.
DRIVER W/ SAFE CAR for ater-school
classes. Fridays 2:30-4:15 p.m. 665-471()
LOOKING FOR EXPER. SITTER for P/T
position (2 12 hr. days). Exper. w/ infants &
refs. req. 662-8918.
PART-TIME CHILDCARE provider in
nearby Ann Arbor home for happy toddler.
Competitive pay. Flex. hrs. - we can work
around your sched. Call Laura 747-9481.
RELIABLE CAREGIVER NEEDED.
Beginning Jan. 3rd. 2 children, 3 days/week,
own car. references. Call 747-7513.
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 p.m. M-F. Pay starts at S7/hr.
C al I Beth or Laura 761-7101.

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HANDS-ON-MUSEUM
Become part of the team at the Ann Arbor
C s-on-MIuseui. Part-time help needed in
Hands-On Store. Responsibilities include
opening/closmng, sales, and customer service.
Employee discount. great environment. Call
Pain Smith at 734-995-5439.
HEALTHY SUBJECTS, ages 18 - 50+, are
needed to work with medical students to)
assess their abdominal examination skills.
Interested individuals will be trained to play
the role of an actual patient. Individuals will
receive approx. 12 hours of paid training and
an hourly stipend. Individuals should be
asailable ito work from 1:00-5:00 p.m. on
ost. it not all of the following dates:
4/0 1/28/00t 1/31/00. 2/2.00. 2/4/00.
/Tx). (training will occur in mid-December
and early January). If you are interested in
portraymg a non-invasive patient case and
working with medical students, please call
Kelly Poszywak, Standardized Patient
Program. (734) 615-2992.

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