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NEUMAN
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White House spokesman Scott
Stanel said he expects Neuman to eas-
ily be confirmed by the Senate.
"She is someone who has been a
leader in secondary and elementary
education,"Stanzel said.

"The president has great faith in her Michigan School of Education, Neu-
abilities and looks forward to having man taught at Temple University,
her in the administration" he said. "ie Boston College. the University of
will count on her to work with Secre- Massachusetts at Lowell and Yale Uni-
tary Paige to see his vision worked out.' versity. She is a graduate of American
During his campaign and in his University and holds a master's degree
administration, 13ush has maintained from California State University and a
that education is his top priority. doctorate from the University of the

Before joining the University of'

Pacific.

fSoHOOT ING
ontinued from Page 1
There, school officials broke the news of the Granite Hills
shooting almost as soon as it occurred at about 12:45 p.m.
Authorities said an 18-year-old student opened fire at the
high school, wounding three classmates and two teachers
-before he was shot by a police officer who engaged him in a
-running gun battle. The suspect, identified by authorities as
Jason I lof'fian, was shot in the jaw and buttocks, the most
serious injuries stemming from the violence.
Shotgun pellet wounds suffered by the students and teach-
ers were not life-threatening, hospital and police officials said.

Five other students and adults were treated for various other
injuries, none of them serious.
A 51-year-old man, who had chest pains while running to
the scene to find his child, was in critical condition. Police also
said a pregnant woman rushing to the campus went into labor.
"There were no warning sigs," said senior Travis Peters,
who had an algebra class with Iloflinan. "le wasn't an out-
cast, no one made fun of him. ... As far as I know, he was like
every other kid."
Jiovani Guerrero, a junior who went to Granite IHfills with
Hoffman last year and now attends a different school, said
Hoffinan may have been upset about-not getting enough cred-
its to graduate.

FIGHT
Continued from Page 1
Sports Information Director David
Ablauf made a statement on behalf of
the team, saying it's an internal team
matter.
"Every incident involving a student-
athlete is evaluated on its merits or
demerits -Bill Martin and Lloyd Can
will handle this situation privately,"
Ablauf said.
When asked if he knew about the
attorney office's request lets r yester-
day. Stevens said, "I don't ow any-
thing."
Stevens played in every game of his
freshman season last fill. making 18
tackles as a rising defensive star.
June missed last season because of a
torn anterior cruciate ligament in his
right knee. Ile was slotted as a starter
until his injury.

MARIJUANA
Continued from Page 1
that grows every minute ofevery day.'
The amendment, Schmid said, is not
an endorsement of drug use but rather
-a move to replace the government's
war on drugs with personal responsi-
bility.;,
"The -government isn't very good at
the war on drugs they just aren't
producing results," Schmid said.
Included in the amendment are pro-
visions to make possession of three
ounces of marijuana or three plants
legal as long as the drug is kept away
from the children, cars and the public.
"PRA doesn't legalize the sale of
marijuana and there are many restric-
tions with regard to having it in your

home," Schmid said. "The main goL
is to end prohibition because it is the
black market for marijuana that leads
to crime. not the marijuana itselF:'
PRA also relieves the financial hur-
den of punishing marijuana smokers,
Strout said. "According to a survey
conducted by the American Civil Lih-
erties Union. 58 percent of people-say
we shouldn't send marijuana smokers
to jail," he said. "This amendment
eliminates the waste of law enforce-
ment resources that should be used for
violent crimes."
Petitioners will continue to collect
signatures until Oct. 3. If the amend-
ment makes it to the Michigan ballot.
it will be the first time in state history
that a marijuana referendum will go
before voters.

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michigan

VOTING
Continued from Page 1
anent candidate Mike Kaplan of the
University Democratic Party.
"We're all getting along out here.
we're not being mean to each other,"
said LSA ireshman Carrie Rheingans.
also with U-Dems. "Today is fun, but
the rest of the time it's competition."
she added.
Several students said campaigning
has occupied all of their time for the
past two weeks.
"I want my life back," said Mike

Panetta. a Blue Party candidate for
LSA-SG
Campaigning did not end yesterday
for the Defend Affirmative Action
Party. They plan to demonstrate today
in support of LSA senior Ryan I lughes,
also known as Friends Rebelling
Against Tyranny Party presidential can-
didate Galaxor Nebulon. who is being
chareed for violating the Statement of
Student Rights and Responsibilities.
"There's no break for us," said MSA
representative candidate Anes Ale-
obua of DAAP. "We really campaign all
year long."

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$1500 WEEKLY: potential mailing our
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A FUN SUMMER JOB that makes a
DIFFERENCE. Work with children as
general counselors from 6/18-8/17. Must live
in Farm., Blm. Fld., Novi, Birm., Troy, or
adj. areas. Email Willowaydc@aol.com or
Call Willoway Day Camp 248-932-2123.
RESIDENT MANAGERS WANTED
or Fall 2001. Looking for On Site Resident
Mgrs. at 3 locations. Excellent income
opportunity with flexible hours. Stop by
Varsity at 625 Church St. for details.
AAPS COMMUNITY Education &
Recreation is hiring in the following
positions: ASST. SWIM SUPERVISOR for
the summer season, May-August, approx. 30
hrs/week; SWIM INSTRUCTOR for spring
and summer season, hours vary; TENNIS
SUPERVISOR for spring and summer
,son, May-August, approx. 30 hrs/week;
NNIS INSTRUCTOR for spring and
summer season, hours vary. Swim Instructors
need to have at least lifeguard certification.
Spring session begins end of April, Summer
session begins mid-June. Starting pay for
instructors is $7.40/up, Supervisor is $9/up,
depending upon experience. For information,
please call 994-2300 ext. 232 or 233. EOE.
ARE YOU INTERESTED in sales or
marketing? Several positions available.
Sales@collegecampusads.com
ASSISTANT DISTRICT MANAGER
Part time. The Ann Arbor News has an
ortunity in the Circulation Department for
Wart-time Assistant District Manager. Will
#pervise approximately 60 carriers,
managing sales, distribution and service in
assigned area. Must have reliable
transportation, good communication skills,
and be able to lift 40 lb. bundles of
newspapers from varying heights.
Hours are approximately 2:30 pm until
6:30 pm Monday through Friday with some
weekends. $1 1.35/hr. to start, plus mileage
reimbursement.
Apply in person at the Ann Arbor News, 340
E. Huron St., Ann Arbor Michigan 48104.
EOE.
ATTENTION Work form home. $25 -
$75/hr. PT/FT. Mail order. 877-981-WORK.
CAMP WAYNE FOR GIRLS - NE
Pennsylvania (6/19-8/17/01). Directors for'
Gymnastics, Fine Arts, Camping/Nature,
Golf, Swimming, Counselors for: Tennis.
Team Sports, Ropes, Self-Defense,
Gymnastics, Aerobics, Cheerleading,
Swimming, Sailing, Waterskiing, Fine Arts
and Crafts, Piano, Drama, Photography,
Guitar, Video, Group Leaders. On Campus
Interviews March 28th. Call 800-279-3019
orgo to www.campwaynegirls.com
OK YMCA Camp Al-Gon-Quian (on
urt Lake 30 mi. south of Mackinac) seeks
kind, fun & energetic cook to operate newly
renovated kitchen. Supervise 2 assistants &
dish crew. Room/board available,
competitive wage & great place to spend the
summer. Fill out appl. @ 350 S. 5th Ave,
Ann Arbor or call Jeff @ 734/213-8592 ext.
229 EOE
CUSTOMER SERVICE Ann Arbor YMCA
seeks outgoing, dependable, friendly people
for PT Membership Desk positions. YMCA
Wmbership & AAIA pass included. Fill out
.@ 350 S 5th Ave, Ann Arbor or call
Emily @ 734/213-8592 ext. 231 EOE
DAY CAMP COUNSELORS Now hiring
fun, energetic people who want to spend the
summer working w/ kids. Ann Arbor YMCA
operates Camp Birkett - in Dexter & Camp
Cedar Lake - in Chelsa for campers 5-12 yrs.
old. Competitive wages and a great
experience! Fill out appl. @ 350 S. 5th Ave,
Ann Arbor or call Jeff @ 734/213-8592 ext.
229 EOE
DESIGN YOUR OWN LIFE
Work from home $500 - $4,500/Mo. PT/FT
Free Vacation and training
aw.RICHxyz.com 800-724-5961.

FEMALE - COMPANION
P/T personal care,
$15 hour plus 996-3350.
FEMALE MODEL Comfort Companion
Associate. P/T. Sense of humor, easy-going,
congenial personality. Very flexible
schedule. $25/hr to start. With incentives.
996-3350!
FREE GOLF
Just one of the benefitsof working at Barton
Hills Country Club. Now hiring outside
service staff for golf operations. Flex. hours.
Please call (734) 662-4955.
GROUNDS MAINTENANCE STAFF-
Part-time now, full time in summer.
Excellent income opportunity. Come to
Varsity Management. 625 Church St. for
information.
GROWING BUSINESS NEEDS HELP.
Work from home. Mail order. E-commerce.
$1000-$7000. PT/FT. Free information.
www.internet-cash.net 800-735-4405.
HEALTH OFFICER YMCA Camp Al-
Gon-Quian (on Burt Lake 30 mi. south of
Makinac) seeks kind, fun & energetic person
to run health office. Maintain health records,
dispense medications & provide first aid for
54 staff & 180 campers/wk. Great experience
for Nursing/Medical students. Room/board
provided, competitive wage & great place to
spend the summer. Fill out appl. @350 S. 5th
Ave Ann Arbor or call Jeff@ 734/213-8592
ext. 229 EOE
HEALTHY WOMEN ages 25 to 31 and
healthy men ages 34 to 46 needed for study.
Must be fluent in oral English, medication
free including birth control pills, non-smkoer,
light alcohol use. Evaluation includes a
physical exam, EKG, urine drug screen and
interview. Protocol includes blood draws, a
public speaking assignment and IV
medication. Must be available one week-day
morning and one week-day afternoon.
Compensation: $150. Call 936-8726.
IMMEDIATE INCOME Opportunity.
Make money while attending college, serious
inquiries only. 734-913-2184.
LAW FIRM SEEKS: Full-time Legal
Assistant. Please email resume to
dse@ellmannlaw.com, or fax to
(734) 662-3893.
LAWYER'S CLUB dining is now hiring for
lunch positions only. $8.25-$9.15/HR. TO
START + MEAL BENEFITS. Catering
opportunities & flex. sched. Apply in person
@ Lawyer's Club. 551 S. State St.
Call764-1115.
LIKE TO SMILE? Energetic individuals
needed for busy but fun apartment leasing
office. P/T of FIT through Labor Day. Send
resume or apply to 1099 Maiden Lane Ann
Arbor 48105/ 665-4331 Fax: 665-2354/
islanddrive@mindspring.com
LOCAL COUNTRY CLUB seeking
outgoing individuals 18 yrs. or older for Pro
Shop Attendant and Outside Golf Service
Attendant. Wage plus mdse discount and
golf privileges. Contact Erik @ POLO
FIELDS Golf & CC 734-998-3456 or fax
resume to 734-998-1092.
MACKINAC ISLAND Resort Hotel and
Fine Dining Restaurant. Seeking summer
staff. Front desk, dining room, kitchen, and
maintenance. Contact Iroquois hotel winter
office 906-643-8293 or email
iroquois@lighthouse.net
MAIL PROCESSORS NEEDED. Make
$600-$1000 every week. Start immediately.
E-mail taylormademkt@hotmail.com
MARRIED/SINGLE FEMALE
VOLUNTEERS (A Freudian type study).
Assist me in sharing your experiences,
dreams, images, fantasies and arousals from
our touching, patting, caressing and soothing
of the body. Thru one hour, multiple sessions
in a confidential setting. Seeking volunteer's
who are liberal, open minded, contemporary,
moderate and conservative. Starting Fri-Sat.
Sun. AM/PM. * Alsolate hours. And thru
April. $25/hr + bonus. 996-3350.
MICHIGAN TELEFUND Now hiring
students for flex. night and weekend sched.
Fun work atmosphere and great job
experience. Up to $8/hr. + nightly bonuses.
Apply online or stop by 611 Church, Suite
4F. www.telefund.umich.edu. 998-7420.
NEED A PART-TIME JOB, BUT DON'T
HAVE A LOT OF EXTRA HOURS?
Consider the part-time job that can fit a
student's lifestyle: an adult route with The
Ann Arbor News.
Routes vary in delivery time from 1 1/2 to 2
1/2 hrs. a day. (Afternoons, M-F, S at. & Sun.
mornings), and profit $100-$200 per week. If
you don't have the 20-30 hours a week
available for another part-time job, we're a
great alternative for extra cash.
Routes are available in the Ann Arbor and
Ypsilanti areas. Call: 994-6744 to apply, or
come in to the Ann Arbor News at the corner
of Division and E. Huron in Ann Arbor.

OFFICE ASSISTANT for Edward Surovell
Realtors: Leading area real estate firm seeks
P/T office assistant for upbeat A2 office.
Successful candidate will have superior

QUADRIPLEGIC looking for personal aid.
For more info, 734-944-7405 btw 12-5 pm.
RESIDENT CAMP COUNSELORS
YMCA Camp Al-Gon-Quian (on Burt Lake
30 mi. south of Makinac) seeks program &
counselor staff. We are looking for fun
people who love working with children ages
8-16. Room/board provided, competitive
wage & great place to spend the summer. Fill
out appl. @ 350 S. 5th Ave, Ann Arbor or
call Jeff @ 734/213-8592 ext. 229 EOE
SCOREKEEPERS PUB & GRILL is now
hiring part-time short order cooks. No
experience needed. 310 Maynard. 995-0100.
STUDENT ENTREPRENEURS. Be your
own boss/build your own business while you
are still in school. FT/PT. $300-$600/week or
more! No investment req. Training provided.
Limited number of opportunities available.
Call 1-866-242-0220. Ask for extension 301.
SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS needed at all
levels, 90 hrs. college credit required, $71.64
per day to start, 15 minutes north of Ann
Arbor/Ypsi area. Call 248-573-8140. South
Lyon Community Schools.
SUMMER CAMP NEAR ANN ARBOR
seeks counselors, lifeguards, health officer.
Room, board, and salary. (734) 878-6628.
SWIMMING POOL service and
construction. Fast paced outdoor work,
Weekends off. Top pay for hard working,
self motivated people to work in the NW
DETROIT SUBS. 248-477-7727.
Tutors needed for Spring and Summer term.
All subjects. Dynamic Tutoring. 434-1228.
WANTED' ENRICHMENT TEACHERS
for before and after school program with
elementary school children. Gain pre-student
teaching hour experience. Call KingCare at
994-4485.
WANTED: Do some of your family
members smoke while others do not? If so,
join a study at U of M on genetics &
smoking. Earn $$. Call 1-800-742-2300,
#6311, or toll free at 1-877-NIC-STUDY.
Travel to Ann Arbor not necessary!
WANTED: Paid Focus group about body
image for women. Participants paid $15 and
refreshments will be served. Sessions run 2
hours. Call 734-763-9000, #6326.
WORD PROCESSOR NEEDED 12-15
hrs/wk at downtown law firm. Transcribing
from tape into WP 9.0. Minimum typing
speed 60 wpm. Pleasant, casual environment.
Call 747-7055.
WORK AND TRAVEL: Experience the
challenge of helping others while traveling
throughout the US. Co-lead small group of
adults with special needs on 3-10 day
vacations. Must be caring, responsible and
fun--experience not necessary. Commitment
flexible. Unlike other programs, becoming a
Sprout leader carries no fees. Contact
Sprout, a New York City-based non-for-
profit, at , 888-222-9575 or leadership
@gosprout.org. Please visit our website at
www.GoSprout.org.
WORK IN THE GREAT OUTDOORS.
Skip's Canoe Livery at Delhi Metro park, is
looking for FT/PT help. May-Oct. Must be
able to work Sat, Sun & holidays. Bonus
wage plan. (734) 769-8686/(734)426-1651.
YOUTH TEAM LEADER
The Ann Arbor YMCA seeks an enthusiastic,
responsible person who enjoys working with
youth ages 11-18. Playing well with others,
being flexible, and working as a team are all
part of this job. Good driving record and
ability to acquire chaffer's license is required.
Fax resume and cover letter to
Sam Humphrey @ (734) 663-8232 or email
s-humphrey@annarborymca.org

ASST. TEACHER (LOVE TODDLERS).
Cook, clean, organize, enjoy pets and outside
Full time and Summer. $8-10/hr. 769-2795.
PART-TIME CHILDCARE employment
for fantastic, low maintenance % year old
girl. Job requires own car. During school
year involves afternoon transportation from
school to home in Webster Township.
Approx. 3-4 hrs/day. Summer hours more
variable. Good attitude, responsibility, and
flexibility are desirable. $10-12/hr. + gas.
Leave message at 248-446-0891.
REGULAR BABYSITTER NEEDED
ASAP. Wednesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays, on-going. Call Leland or Kahita
741-7223.

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154th Anniversary Celebration
Sunday, March 251 10:30 am Worship Service
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alumni of The University of Michigan,
School of Music.

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seeks nurturing staff: Counselors as well as
specialists in nature, ropes course, biking,
gymnastics, drama, dance, tennis, camping
and swimming. Internships avail. as well as
office and supervisory positions. Bus driving
positions avail. for 21 and up. (800) 659-
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We have many positions in and around Ann
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FALL 2001 female roomate needed. Off
campus near bus line. German Shepard lives
in house, will accept other dogs. $500/mo.
Pool, tennes courts, central air. Call Ashley
222-9326.
HOUSEMATE NEEDEDfor928.S Forest.
Great location! 6 bdrm., 2 bath., prkg., ldry.,
furn. Wanted clean, organized, intelligent
person. U of M student. Rent btw $475-
$550/mo. Avail. May - May. 741-4488.
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