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~oliers loot
U.N. mission
*DILI, Indonesia (AP) -- Indonesian soldiers looted the
abandoned U.N. mission in East Timor yesterday, just
hours after 110 U.N. personnel and 1,300 East Timorese
were evacuated and flown to safety to end a 10-day siege.
Office equipment and computers were carted away and
vehicles were trashed by the soldiers - "the very people
we asked to secure the compound when U.N. staff moved
to the Australian consulate," U.N. spokesperson Fred
Eckhard said in New York.
There were reports yesterday that the compound was
also torched, but Eckhard said he was told that it was not
a compound but a small house nearby that had been
urned.
The remaining U.N. staff members, holed up in the
Australian consulate, reported that a black plume of
smoke was rising from the direction of the compound in
the provincial capital of Dili, said Fernando del Mundo,
spokesperson for the U.N. High Commissioner for
Refugees in Jakarta.

DEAL
Continued from Page 1
ing remains a major roadblock. Griffiths said administrators
are trying to spread costs across the University. An ITD direc-
tor, William Aikman, said the program will most likely be
funded by a mixture of University funds and revenues from
future Microsoft product sales on campus.
ITD can expect a return on its investment in as early as one
year, Aikman said, noting that his estimate was purely specu-
lative. In a ballpark projection, he put the total savings to the
University over the next three years in the millions of dollars.
The Microsoft contract is a Custom Enterprise Agreement,
an initiative Microsoft extended from corporate America to
educational institutions in a landmark deal with Indiana
University last year.
Rumors of a contract have circulated the campus for weeks
and drawn a mixed reaction from software customers.
In light of the pending antitrust suit against Microsoft, in
which the company is accused of creating an unlawful monop-
oly, some customers had reservations about the company using
a foothold at the University to drive out competitors.
Larry Debord, an Ann Arbor resident, said the University
should not serve as "a tool in Microsoft's profit-making
machine"
Business graduate student Nancy Sotomayor abruptly cor-
rected him: "Their monopolization machine."
Other customers embraced the deal for the substantial sav-
ings it promises.
"I'm a student. I'm poor. I don't have $200,' said Medical
fourth-year student John Austin. "Ideally, I don't think the
University should do this. But as a student, if I can get it for
$40, I have no problems at all."

Continued from Page 1
But despite Ernestine Bradley's love of
teachingshe has taken a leave of absence
to help campaign for her husband.
Although cancer care and research is
not an issue on Bill Bradley's presiden-
tial platform, part of the Ann Arbor tour
yesterday included a visit to the
University's Comprehensive Cancer
Center.
Visiting the center was of particular
interest to Ernestine Bradley who was
diagnosed with breast cancer in 1992.
After fighting and successfully over-
coming the disease, Ernestine and Bill
Bradley have been active and outspo-
ken supporters of cancer research and
cancer organizations. Talking openly
about cancer has somewhat taken the
"taboo" away, she said.
"Bill has been an incredible support-
er," said Ernestine Bradley of her hus-
band attentiveness during the time
when she was ill.
Ernestine Bradley said she the
University's cancer center shows
encouraging improvements in cancer

care.
Ernestine Bradley has also published
several books; her latest being The
Language of Silence: West German
Literature and the Holocaust. She said"
during an interview that her book
explores the works of writers from the
post-World War II period.
"I want to know who they are in the
present by analyzing how they look
back at the Nazi Regime," she said.
There is a discussion of her book today
at the Ann Arbor Jewish Community
Center at 11:30 a.m.
But her visit to the University,
Ernestine Bradley said, is mainly to
organize for Bradley's campaign and
"energize the students here."
When asked in a private interview
yesterday why Bill Bradley is a better
candidate than Vice President Al Gore,
who is also running for the Democratic
presidential nomination, she said, "Bill
is a better candidate because he has
more life experience." He has had more
than just government experience which
includes being a writer, speaker and
former NBA basketball player, she said.
The fact that Bill Bradley "played on

a multi-racial team" and "traveled all
over the country," has brought him in
contact with more people on a more
intimate basis, Ernestine Bt-adlev said.
She added that the process of travel-
ing - which Bill Bradlev has been
doing for the past 30 years - has
enabled him to "put together a narrative
of who we are as a countrv."
By compiling this information Bill
Bradley has come to the conclusion that
"we are all Americans" and that he
wants "to appeal to the commonality of
all of us, Ernestine Bradley said.
After meeting with the College
Democrats, which was open to the pub-
lic, students were invited to sign on to
the campaign to elect Bill Bradley.
Members of the College Democrats
were pleased with the turnout. In previ-
ous years, "students have been over-
whelmingly supportive" in Democratic
politics, said College Democrats
President Josh Cowen , an LSA senior.
Law first-year student David Sikes
said that he came to hear and learn
more about the Bradley campaign and
found the question-answer period infor-
mative.

Candidate's wife stops at campus

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one year, is seeking graduates of non-
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great benefits, insurance, vac. and 40 1k,
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WAITSTAFF-LUNCH AND dinner. 3-4
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potential. Prof. envir. Apply Mon.-Fri. btwn.
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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 &,F/T 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
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and enter code 2205 and leave your name and
phone number.

WANTED: STRONG,
reliable person for part-timel
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ENERGETIC,
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WANTED: STUDENT to work in Genetics
Division office. Flexible hours. Medical
Campus. $7 per hour. Call 763-0651.
WAREHOUSE & SALES floor assocs.
needed. Linens & Things is currently seeking
Full & P/T employees. All times avail. Will
work w/ class scheds. Apply at 3120 Lohr
Rd. Ann Arbor, MI 48103 or call 741-0246.

WELCOME BACK STUDENTS. Wendy's
is seeking people to work in our friendly
team environment. Ask how you can earn up
to $9.00 per hour. Apply in person.
U of M League 911 N. University.
U of M Union. S. State St.
Stanton & Associates is committed to a
diverse workforce.
WORK STUDY STUDENT concerning
mental health and the web. Experience with
PC's, the web, & search technologies desired.
$6-8/hour. For more information call 763-
2015 or email nalessi@umich.edu
WORK STUDY STUDENTS needed for
several office positions at Student
Publications.We're looking for punctual,
energetic students for assisting 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, $8-$ 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.
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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.
SURVEYOR ASSISTANT: Ann Arbor
n seeks responsible person to assist the
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 hrs./week.
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
assistants needed for our licensed and
NAEYC accredited center. Full or Part-time
positions available. Will work around school
0 dule Competitive pay and benefits.
E. Call (734) 971-0990 for more info.
TEACHER SEEKS TUTOR for easygoing
7th grade son. Mostly math, some writing.
Materials & instructional guidance provided.
Trans. avail. 1-2 hrs./wk. $20/hr. 747-9366.
TEACHERS NEEDED for licensed
childcare center in Ann Arbor. Full/part time
shifts avail. Contact Tammy King 995-1001.
TELEMARKETING EVE. $7/hr. No
selling! Call Allen 996-1107.

Call 764-0557.

WE ARE A SMALL design/build firm
specializing in the installation of mature
landscapes. We are looking for several mr/f,
full or part time individuals who enjoy
working outdoors in apositive 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.
WE ARE LOOKING for energetic and
reliable work-study students to help us with
clerical work in our division. We offer
flexible hours and good pay. Contact
Yvonne Sturt -- Division of Rheumatology;
Call 647-8173 or email ysturt@umich.edu.
WEB MASTER
Entry level, must have basic knowledge of
photoshop, Office 97, C.G.I. & Per], Java
programming. Full or part time. Call 734-
761-1698 ext. 128 or fax resume 734-669-
8485.
WEEKLY HOUSE cleaning. Walk from
campus. $10/hr. Flexible. 971-3321.

YPSILANTI MACHINE shop looking for
U of M students for Full or P/T work. Flex.
hrs. $7-10/hr. Will work around class sched.
If interested please call 483-4680 btwn. 8-4.

CARING, ENERGETIC babysitter needed
for 3 yr. old boy. 5-9 hrs./wk. incl. 2
afternoons & 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.
CHILD CARE WANTED to care for lively
11 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, male &/or
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 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.
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, mm. age 19.
$220/week. 741-7425.
FULL TIME NANNY desired in our Saline
home for 2 small children. Wkdys. 8-5. Must
provide own trans. & pick up child @ school.
Russian-speaking a plus. N-smkr. Exp. &
refs. req. 734-944-9407.
IN MY HOME care for 1 yr old; 2 hrs/day;
several wkday afternoons; exper., loving
Educ. Mai. only 665-7234.
NEEDED-RELIABLE, fun, babysitter for 3
charming girls, ages 5-9. Tues 4-6:30 p.m.,
occas. eves. & Sat. mornings. Good pay, nice
family. Call 663-4154.
NON-SMOKING. FEMALE preferred.
with own car to care for two great kids, sixth
and third grade. $8/hr. Leave message @
996-9077.
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 afternoons, 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.
REGULAR WEEKEND eve. babysitter for
I & 3 yr. old. Exp. & refs. needed. 995-5399.
RELIABLE CHILDCARE for I & 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-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 I1 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.
WE SEEK EXPERIENCED babysitter for
1 yr. old. Some eves., afternoons &
weekends. Car pref. Call996-8651.

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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.
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Course #220 "The Art of Dance," 3 cr., meets
MW 11-12:30 RC. Course #358/650,
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I1-12:30, Dance Bldg. Note others listed in
the time schedule! For info.: 763-5460
Directions/upcoming events:763-5461
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Children, K-5th. 930-9560.

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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 eves.
& 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.
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.
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 TuesThur. 8:30-noon.
Need car and references. 663-0191.
ASSISTANCE WITH A sweet toddler
needed. PIT, flex. hrs. in our home, on the
bus route. Call Rita 761-2423.
BABYSITTER for 4 yr. old boy needed.
West of Ann Arbor. Wed and/or Fri 2:15-
6pm. In home near Wagner & Huron River
Dr. desired. Near location if in West Central
A2 is possible. Contact 996-3608.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for 3 school aged
children. Mon, Tues, & every other Fri
11:30-5:30. Own trans. Non smkg. Job share
a possibility. Call Sally 769-8826, or email
fpollock@umich.edu
BABYSITTER NEEDED for 9 yr. old girl
after school. Car needed. Call 668-1332.

LOOKING FOR ROOM. Male grad
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