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By Merrin Jump
The Miami Student (Miami U.)
OXFORD, Ohio (U-WIRE) - Miami
University has opted not to join a proposed
national movement aiming to eliminate sweat-
shops use to produce collegiate apparel, labeling
the initiative as "inadequate."
The Fair Labor Association, a non-profit enti-
ty, has proposed a universal Code of Conduct for
versities to follow that would allegedly help
eliminate the use of sweatshops in manufactur-
ing collegiate apparel. Some universities, such
as Miami, see the proposal in a different light.
The university, which currently does not have
a code of conduct, formed the Miami Licensing
Fair Labor Committee last spring to address the
issue. The committee is comprised of adminis-
trators and two students, Derek Coons and Laura
Kudravetz, appointed by former Associated
Student Government President Nathan Estep.

After a few meetings, the committee decided the
while the FLA was an attempt to eliminate
sweatshop use, more could be done.
"We don't believe it adequately addresses
women's rights, workers rights and living wage
issues," said Richard Keebler, director of pur-
chasing.
Because Miami does not have a code of con-
duct, there is a possibility its apparel is made in
sweatshops. For example, the football team uses
Nike uniforms, even though Nike's working
conditions in China were reported two years ago
as hazardous and unjust.
Sportswear companies, including Nike, offer
the sports teams a bid price, and the university
helps decide which bid to choose (usually the
lowest). Nike offers teams, the most appealing
bid, with a "buy one, get one free" deal for
shoes, and offers discounts on wristbands,
gloves, and a reduced rate for clothing, accord-

ing to Chris Otto, business manager of intercol-
legiate athletics.
However, the committee chose not to take the
FLA's route because it saw flaws in the FLA's
proposal, according to Coons, also a member of
Students for Peace.
Although the FLA would oversee the moni-
toring of each company's compliance with its
Code of Conduct by accrediting independent
monitors, this objective "has no teeth", Coons
claimed.
The FLA monitors would notify a company
before monitoring. This could allow it to prepare
and alter its working conditions from their orig-
inal state.
Also, the FLA board is comprised of compa-
ny representatives such as Reebok, Nike and
Kathy Lee Gifford, which have a history of
sweatshop labor use. Coons claimed this made
the FLA a "biased organization, mainly by cor-

porations that have been actively oppressing
workers and had histories of sweatshops."
Additionally, the FLA would operate under
limited disclosure, which means that
although companies would have an indepen-
dent contractor to randomly monitor facto-
ries used by a university's licensing group,
the obtained information would not be avail-
able to the public.
Keebler said the issue cannot be "solved
overnight," and Miami is looking for other
options.
"The problem is that although the FLA is
organized, there doesn't seem to be much orga-
nization of universities who have chosen not to
join the FLA," Keebler said, "and what happens
is most people receive the request through the
American Council on Education, who decided
simply not to ignore the request instead of
choosing to answer in the negative. We chose to

answer in the negative
Fewer. than 20 universities have joined the
FLA.
But at least three of those universities, includ-
ing Brown. have sent the FLA a letter stating
they would withdraw from the organization if
crucial changes were not made to make it more
effective.
Coons said the committee talkea about alter-
natives, such as forming a coalition with other
universities in efforts to create a code of con-
duct, or wait to see if the FLA changes its stan-
dards to become more effective. But Keebler
said the key objective is collaboration.
"There are thousands of institutions who
license their marks for others, and if everyone
takes their own slant on what is or isn't accept-
able as far as labor standards across the world,
it is going to be totally ineffective." Keebler
said.

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By Katie Goldsmith
Iowa State Daily
AMES, Iowa (U-WIRE) - Accompanied by exploding streamers and fire-
works, Iowa State President Martin Jischke announced an $80 million donation
to the College of Agriculture Thursday, putting an end to weeks of speculation.
The anonymous gift, announced in a ceremony on central campus, is the
West ever given to a college or university in the state of Iowa.
It also is the fourth largest given to a public land-grant university, the eighth
largest to any public university and the 26th largest to any institution of higher
education.
"This is a record-breaking day in the history of our university," Jischke said at
the announcement.
The gift will be applied toward plant research, farm profitability and education
in the field of agronomy, among other uses.
"This is a transforming gift," Jischke said. "With this gift, we plan to make the
best agronomy department in the world."
All $80 million is not new to the university. Some was part of a $34 million
in 1996 that kicked off Campaign Destiny, the university's largest private
nd-raising initiative ever. $30 million of the original gift was invested for ISU
to be received upon the death of the donor.
Jischke declined to name the donors, saying it was their wish to remain anony-

mous.
"They were typical Iowans, hard working, and their success grew out of their
work ethic," he said. "This couple who made this gift to Iowa State would be the
first to admit they were just normal Iowans.
"They were rich in more important ways than financially - they were rich in
family and rich in generosity, which we are about to experience today," he said.
In a copyrighted article published Thursday, The Des Moines Register named
the donors as the late Raymond and Mary Baker of Des Moines.
However, members of the ISU administration declined comment on the iden-
tity of the donors, saying it was their wish to remain anonymous.
Karen Bolluyt, head of information services for the College of Agriculture,
said she was disappointed that the Register would try to identify the donors when
they wished to remain anonymous.
"The donors were simple, modest people, and we are doing our best to honor
their wishes," she said.
Velma Morrison, sister-in-law of Mary Baker, told the Iowa State Daily she
was not able to confirm that the Bakers were the $80 million donors.
"I know that they gave a very good amount of money to the university," she
said, "but I don't know the exact amount."
Murray Blackwelder, vice president of External Affairs, also declined to con-
firm reports that the Bakers are the donors.

including Absopure, began to give
away.
Athletic Director Tom Goss made the
policy change last Wednesday after fans
complained about the lack of water
available in the stadium.
"My friends and I drank a lot of
water before the game because we
knew they wouldn't let us bring any of
it in," said LSA first-year student
Natalie Thomson, referring to the Notre
Dame game.
"My boyfriend and I were sitting
with a group of friends who actually
left because they were so dehydrated,"
she said.

"They all had money to buy water
but the lines at the concession stands
were just so long."
LSA first-year student Michael
Simon said he disagrees with the stadi-
um policy.
"I was prettx upset with the policy
because I was sick that day," Simon
said. "I bought three bottles right
away and paid $9, which is way too
expensive anyway. Really, the whole
thing was ridiculous."
Madej said stadium officials sympa-
thize with spectators
"We have to realize that there are
just some times were we can't keep
up with our fans' demand for water
or other beverages," Madej said. "If
three times the amount of water we
usually have wasn't enough for the
fans, what is?"

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you tired of working too hard for not enough
money? Then you owe it to yourself to give
us a call. Enthusiastic individuals wanted for
Ann Arbor office. Short walk from campus.
Offering evening and weekend hours.
$10/hour to start. Call Bernie 913-5995.
STUDENT ADMINISTRATIVE Assistant:
energetic, organized, detail oriented needed
fc rocessing financial information, reports
office support. Flexible hours. Pay
$ . to $8 per hour. Retail or office
experience a plus. Call Dave Friedo for
information or apply at 764-0550, 210E
Student Publications.
PART TIME
SALES ASSOCIATE
Fast-growing, innovative, publicly traded
technology company seeks aggressive,
enthusiastic & outgoing individuals.
Call Greg at:
1-888-817-6263
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STUDENT MARKETING rep. Call Marc
at 630-734-1075 or email to csc@ibm.net
STUDENT WORK- Work for the world's
largest web site for college students.
Collegeclub.com is hiring reps at your
campus.
-Work with fellow students
-Excellent resume boost
-Chance to earn stock
-Flex. schedule
-It's fun'
Please send resume or e-mail to
CCjobs@Collegeclub.com, or call
..719-0460
STUDENTS! NOW HIRING for Fall Term
lunch shifts. $6.60-7.00/hr. to start. Work
study OK. Also Office Assistant needed.
Apply in person or call Michelle at 764-7536
Michigan League Buffet, 911 N. University.
STUDENTU.COM IS NOW hiring
notetakers!!! You can earn up to $300.00 per
semester/course by taking notes for us! It
interested apply on-line @www.notesu.com
SUBJECTS NEEDED FOR experiments in
cognitive psychology. Must be native engish
,kers, right-handed, with normal or
c ected vision, normal colored vision and
normal hearing. For info call 936-2056 or
email MHRI-Subiects@umich.edu
SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS needed at all
levels; especially secondary, 90 hrs. college
credit required. $69/day to start, 15 minutes
north of Ann Arbor/ Ypsi area. Call 248-573-
8140. South Lyon Community Schools.
SUBSTITUTES NEEDED. NAEYC
Accredited Early Childhood Center is in need
of substitutes for the school year. Work w/
young children in an enjoyable setting. Work
according to own schedule. Call 668-0887.
VEYOR ASSISTANT: Ann Arbor
firm seeks responsible person to assist the
crew chief. Duties include field work to
stake roads, sewers, grading and topographic
surveys. Part time- Mon., Wed., & Fri.
$10/hr. Start immediately. Call (734) 975-
0411.
TEACHER ASSISTANT. 10-20 hrsweek.
7-9 a.m. and/or 4-6 p.m. Monday-Friday. For
more info. call Generations Together. Dexter,
MI 426-4091.
TEACHER ASSISTANTS- Teacher
tants needed for our licensed and
A YC accredited center. Full or Part-time
positions available. Will work around school
schedule. Competitive pay and benefits.
EOE. Call (734) 971-0990 for more info.
TEACHERS NEEDED for licensed
childcare center in Ann Arbor. Full/part time
shifts avail. Contact Tammy King 995-1001.
r N, A DW& Mm.1f V VV. 7/. hr Nn

TENANTS UNION- P/T advocates &
Student Coordinator. Flexible hrs. Work-
Study pref. Counsel rentors, prevent
homelessness, student outreach. $7.50-$9/hr.
Call 936-3076.
TOUR GUIDES
Undergrad Admissions/Huetwell Visitors
Ctr. needs students to lead campus walking
tour. For more info. & an applic., attend I of
the following mtgs.: Mon. Sept. 13 or Tues.
Sept. 14; 3:30-4 p.m. or 4:30-5 p.m. 1220
SAB. Contact m racon@umich.edu. Both
work-study & non work-study welcome.
Deadline to apply is Friday, Sept. 17.
TUXEDO WORLD is expanding!
Management and F/T positions available.
great benefits, insurance, vac. and 40 1k,
$10/hr., $500 signing bonus. Also if you are
looking for a great P/T time job- look no
further! Flexible hours, commission $9.00/
hr to start, $250 signing bonus. Call 663-
5780 for app.
WAIT STAFF/ ASSIST. Bella Ciao
Restaurant. Upscale dining. Eve. only, closes
Sundays. Walk to work, free meal. Apply in
person: 118 W. Liberty/ 995-2107.
WAITERS FOR SORORITY. Reliable.
4:30-7:30 M-F. Students only. Great food
and pay. Call House director at 761-7553.
WAITSTAFF-LUNCH AND dinner. 3-4
shifts/wk. Flex. sched. Outstanding income
potential. Prof. envir. Apply Mon.-Fri. btwn.
3-5. Exp. nec. Zanzibar. 216 S. State St.
WANTED.
Enthusiastic, responsible, and flexible
students to work with the traumatically brain
injured in a semi-independent living
environment. We offer flex. hrs., competitive
wages & benefits, P/T & FIT positions avail.
The ideal job for college students. Interested
applicants contact Jason at Residential
Placement & Consultants. Phone 677-3222.
Fax 734-677-3348.
WANTED: HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS
Healthy men and women ages 18-65 who are
non-smoking and not taking any medications
are needed to participate in a study
examining the effect of commonly used
medications on enzymes found in the liver
and intestine. The study requires a physical
exam and a 2 week stay in the General
Clinical Research Center at the University of
Michigan Hospital where you will have
commonly performed procedures.
Compensation is provided. For more
information call Tele Care at (734) 763-9000
and enter code 2205 and leave your name and
phone number.
WANTED: STRONG, ENERGETIC,
reliable person for part-time barn help. 995-
0092.
WANTED: STUDENT to work in Genetics
Division office. Flexible hours. Medical
Campus. $7 per hour. Call 763-0651.

WORK STUDY STUDENTS needed for
several office positions at Student
Publications.We're looking for punctual,
energetic students for 4ssisting w/ some or all
of mail, phones, filing, cash receipts, library,
database coordination, classified paste up &
advertising tear down.Various hrs. avail. Pay
$6.50-$7/hr. Call Judy Ferrell for info. or
apply at 764-0550, 210E Student
Publications.
WORK STUDY STUDENTS. Fall/Winter
positions available with option to continue
summer. Learn a variety of work skills
related to conference planning in higher
education. Positions available in accounting,
web-searching and general office. Computer
experience helpful. Casual attire. Central
campus location. Contact Susan at 615-3154
or Terry at 998-7027.
WORK-STUDY OR for course credit: We
are looking for students to assist us with
ongoing health, aging and gender research
projects at ISR, $8-$I 1/hr. Duties to include
respondent interviewing, data coding, data
entry, mass mailings and general office
duties. If you are interested in hands on
learning of the social research process and
are computer literate, please call 763-5890.
EEO Employer.
www.PopWall.com- FUNKIFY YOUR
DORM ROOM. Posters, bean bags, lava
lamps & more. For on-campus job-call toll-
free 1-87-POPWALL-1 .

BABYSITTER NEEDED- Approximately
I0-15 hrs. per month. Own trans. or willing
to take bus. Call 913-0126.
BABYSITTER WANTED for 2 toddlers.
Two mornings or afternoons per week.
Days/times neg. Competitive rates. Own
transportation required. Ellen 662-2567.
-BABYSITTER WANTED, Tues. & Thurs.
3-5pm for 8 yr. old. Call 662-9505.
CAREGIVER NEEDED FOR our 3-mo.
old boy in Burns Park Ann Arbor home. 3
days/wk. Approx. 30 hrs. 734-332-0194.
CARING, ENERGETIC babysitter needed
for 3 yr. old boy. 5-9 hrs./wk. mcl. 2
aftemoons & Weds. evening. Own trans. &
refs. required. Call 663-8090.
CHILD CARE NEEDED in my A2 home
Wed. 3:30-8 p.m. ASAP, non-smk., ref. &
exp. req. Call Anne 734-741-0530.

CHILD CARE NEEDED in our Ann Arbor
home for our 2 children ages 1 & 3. 16 hrs.
per month, $9/hr. Call 677-1360.,

PART-TIME JOB Available Immediately.
Responsible, friendly, enthusiastic person
needed for household management,
companionship for 3 boys after school,
driving, errands, light cleaning and laundry
for Ann Arbor family. M-F 2:30-5:30 with
some flexibility to fit your schedule. Reliable
car is a plus, but not required. Excellent
driving record and references are essential.
Work through June or longer. Paid vacation.
$11/hr. Call 665-6615 between 6 and 10 pm.
PART-TIME NANNY. Rewarding position
as a nanny/mother's helper, after school and
one evening. 3 boys, 12, 9, 6. Need a
responsible person to assist them in getting to
and from after school programs/ initiating
homework/ running errands. Position ideal
for students, 3-6:30 pm, 4-5 aftemoons, and
one evening per week. We seek a
responsible, non-smoking individual, with
reliable transportation, good driving record,
and references. Competitive compensation.
Please call 662-1660 evenings after 7 pm.
PROFESSIONAL COUPLE seeks in-home
child care for 3 yr. old. Fri. mornings. &
other times. Please call 995-9557.
RELIABLE CHILDCARE for 1 & 4 yr old.
Th 12:30-5. Own transportation. $8/hour.
994-8553.
SEEKING AN ENERGETIC, loving and
dependable person to care for a 14-month yr.
old daughter. Looking for 10+ hours/week.
Previous exp. w/toddlers pref. Own trans. or
willing to walk. Call Jennifer at 668,6462.
SITTER NEEDED in my home for 2
children over 11 yrs. 3pm - 7pm any day of
the week. Call (248) 552-2966.
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 $7/hr.
Call Beth or Laura 761-7101.
WANTED: PERSON TO VISIT our home
from 4-7pm to drive kids to activities & help
w/ homework 5 days/wk. Call 827-2314.

BROADENkYOUR horizons! Native
English speakers are needed to join the
conversation partner program at the Michigan
Language Center. Spend as little as one hour
each week (more if you wish) speaking with
nationals from foreign lands. The cost is free,
and the benefits are many. Call 663-9415.
COULD THE TRUE heir to the British
throne be American? An amazing story:
http://members.aol.com/hrhumprey
GET PAID 2 SURF THE NET!
Endless income possibilities.
www.alladvantage.com ID # EAN-028.
MICHIGAN WOMEN'S Basketball is
looking for male players to practice against,
approximately (3) times a week. Come be a,
part of a growing program. High school
experience. Call Eileen @ 763-1443.

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CHILD CARE WANTED to care for lively
I1 yr. old son. Must have car to pick him up
from school at 2:30, do homework & watch
him until 5:30 p.m. Good salary, maleWor
female encouraged to apply. Call Fred. Home
332-1494. Office 647-4320.
CHILDCARE NEEDED for 3 great
children, ages 6,7,& 9 every Thur. from
2:30p-6p. Additonal eves./ wknd. hrs. avail.
Car req. Call 662-1706.
CHILDCARE NEEDED FOR our sweet
daughters, 5 and 2 yrs. old. Two mi. from
campus, hrs. very flex., but own car nec.
Call 936-1110 or 454-7269 (days) or 994-
0361 (eves).

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ABLE CHILD CARE needed. 10-15
hrs./wk. after school and weekend evenings.
Must have exp. and trans. 663-3482.
AFFECTIONATE CHILD care for our 3
children ages 3, 7, & 10. Thurs. 3:30-8 in our
NE A2 home. Own car. No smkg. 996-4136.
AFTER SCHOOL CARE for 2 older
children, approx. 8 hrs, 2 days per week.
Nice family. Must have own trans. Call Janet
747-8991.
AFTER SCHOOL, SAT a.m. Care for 2
energetic 12 & 15 yr. old boys. Must drive.
No smoking. Male or female. 994-8910 eve.
& 973-1884 daytime.
AFTER-SCHOOL DRIVER, Wednesdays.
Need safe car. Excellent pay. 665-4719.
AFTERNOON ASSISTANT needed for
girls 12 & 14, to pick-up and transport to
activities, 10-12 hrs. per week. Must have
reliable trans., great pay. 663-7989.

CHILDCARE P/T during day in Ypsi home.
Flexible. $8-10/hr. References. 482-6797
CHILDCARE/MOTHER'S Helper needed
before and/or after school care for 1-3 active
children. Infant, 3 and 6 yr old. Approx. 20
hrs./ wk. plus occas. wknds. Burns Park
location. Own trans. N-smkg. 734-761-9379.
DAYCARE PROVIDER wanted for older
children. Monday-Friday, or fewer days, 3-
5:30. Must have car. Non-smoking household
in Ann Arbor. Call 994-0353.
ENTHUSIASTIC, RESPONSIBLE person
needed to care for 2 yr. old and 5 mo. old in
our Ann Arbor home. Non-smoker, own
transportation. References required, Approx.
20 hours/week. Flexible. 665-4093.
EXP. CARE GIVER needed for 13 and 10
yr. old. Tu, Th, Fri, after school. Non-smkr.
w/ reliable trans & refs. Please call 769-2875.
FATHER'S HELPER WANTED through
mid-June, M-F 3:30-7:30 p.m., be at home
when kids come home from school, general
management of household including cooking
dinner, laundry, running errands and light
cleaning. Cooking skills important. Own car
needed, references required, min. age 19.
$220/week. 741-7425.
HOUSEHOLD/CHILDCARE helper
wanted. Busy household is looking for an
extra pair of hands after school to help with
cooking and childcare. Any afternoons.
Great pay. Also looking for occasional
sitting. Own car, nonsmoking. 741-9860.
IN MY HOME care for 1 yr old; 2 hrs/day;
several wkday afternoons; exper., loving
Educ. Mai. only 665-7234.
LOCAL FAMILY SEEKS responsible,
caring student to stay w/ our 11-yr. old son 2
or 3 afternoons a wk., about 3-6 p.m. Car a
must. Pays well. Call Joel at 936-3914 or at
night at 662-3552.
LOOKING FOR STUDENTS to work with
diverse population of children 21/2 -5 yrs. of
age, at the Family Housing Child
Development Center on north campus. Easy
access from center campus via the U of M
Northwood bus. Need indivs. with flex.
scheds. and interest in or exp. working

The UM Department of Dance
Welcomes you to Fall, 1999
All UM students invited to:
Audition... BFA/BDA/MFA concert auditions
Fri., Sept. 10, 4:15 pm, Dance Bldg., UM
Dance Co. audition Mon., Sept. 13, 2:30 pm,
Dance Bldg.
Register for dance courses... Dance Div. #671
Course #220 "The Art of Dance," 3 cr., meets
MW 11-12:30 RC. Course #358/650,
"Dances for Latinos/as" 3 cr., meets MW
11-12:30, Dance Bldg. Note others listed in
the time schedule! For info.: 763-5460
Directions/upcoming events:763-5461
Creative Movement & Drama for
Children, K-5th. 930-9560.

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I HAVE PSU TIX, I need MSU, Wis. tix.
Call 734-761-8462.
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WAREHOUSE & SALES floor assocs.
needed. Linens & Things is currently seeking
Full & PIT employees. All times avail. Will
work w/ class scheds. Apply at 3120 Lohr
Rd. Ann Arbor,.MI 48103 or call 741-0246.
WE ARE A SMALL design/build firm
specializing in the installation of mature
landscapes. We are looking for several m/f,
full or part time individuals who enjoy
working outdoors in a positive environment.
Training is available for the right individual.
Wages range from $8.50-10 per hour.
Employment lasts through December.
Contact Bill at Arbor Knoll Nursery, Inc. for
interview at 662-4112. Located 3 miles west
of Michigan Stadium.
WEB MASTER
Entry level, must have basic knowledge of
photoshop, Office 97, C.G.I. & Pert, Java

AFTERNOON P/T nanny/housekeeper. NE
A2. M-Th 2-4 p.m. 10-yr.-old child. $9/hr.
Refs. & car. Call after 6 p.m. 734-994-3811.
AFTERSCHOOL CHILD CARE needed
for two girls, ages 5 and 8. Three afternoons
per week, 2:30 - 5:30 p.m. in my Ann Arbor
home Own transportation and references
required. Non-smoking, $8.00/hour. Call
Karen at 734-995-1004 or 734-971-7080.
ANN ARBOR FAMILY seeks sitter for 2nd
grade girl one weeknight weekly. Close to
campus. Own car helpful. $10/hour. Please
call 668-8873.
ARE YOU FUN, reliable, with lots of
energy? Dynamic duo seek a babysitter to
give mom a break. $8/ hour. Mon./Wed.
11:30-2:30 and/or Tues./Thur. 8:30-noon.
Need car and references:663-0191.
BABY-SITTER NEEDED for 3 school aged
children. Mon, Tues, & every other Fri
11:30-5:30. Own trans. Non smkg. Job share

ASIAN COUPLE SEEKS egg donor. Help
make a loving contribution to start life. Must
be healthy. Under age of 35. Call Kay 810-
714-3451 for application. Everything kept
confidential.
FREE PERSONALS for students! Meet
Men and Women. www.1st Personals.com
SPECIAL GIFT - We're looking for healthy
women between the ages 21-35 for egg
donation. All ethnic backgrounds are
encouraged. Fee paid. Send inquiries to.
AARMA, P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
48106.

OUT OF STATE ALUMNI wishes to sell
entire football season tix. Please call 810-
695-0356 for further info.
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