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The Michigan Daily - Monday, March 26,2001 .'A

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this time," Henson said. "But hopefully this
statement will help you to realize my perspective.
"There is no other option available to me.
Leaving my teammates, coaches, and the chance
to be part of another championship team at

Michigan, will prove to be the biggest sacrifice,
to me, that I will have to make - not the possi-
bility of individual achievements, including
being a potential first-round (NFL) pick and a
Heisman Trophy candidate."
NFL Draft analyst Mel Kiper had Henson rated
as the No. 1 rated pro prospect returning next
year.

Henson did say that he plans to return to
Michigan one day to finish his degree.
"I will keep the memories of my Michigan
experience close to my heart always, and will
take great pride in the day I complete my degree
and become an alumnus of the University I love
so much."
- The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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ence, which opened Friday morning
with a talk by Vijay Prashad. Other
aspects of the conference were the
"Generation APA" cultural show Fri-
day night and entertainment at Satur-
day night's banquet by I Was Born
With Two Tongues, a spoken word
group, and Pacifies, a hip-hop group.
Lin said the conference did much to
inspire students.
"In a sense we did accomplish our
vision of empowering Asian Pacific
Americans,"she said.
"It's good to see that this many peo-
ple were willing to come here. That in
and of itself can be empowering," said
Natacha Foo Kune, a first-year gradu-
ate student at Ohio State University.
Even with the conference's theme, Foo
Kune said not enough time was spent

addressing how to remedy problems.
Students used the conference as ati
opportunity to learn from each others
knowledge and make "25 new friends
in three days,"said Domingo.
"To see all Asian Americans unit-
ed like this is very special," said
Indiana University junior Thren Le
at the conference's banquet. Survcey-
ing the overflowing audience-i~n he
Michigan Ballroom at the Shcraton
Hotel, Le added that one would be
hard-pressed to find a table cf Asian
Americans at Indiana, inuch less an
entire room.
The University itself' provided a
change of scenery for some visitors.
"It's weird coming from John Car-
roll," said Larry Yee, a sophomore at
the Ohio university. Yee said his uni-
versity is predominantly white,-and.,he
noticed "more of an Asian prts tlce
here."

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SSISTANT DISTRICT MANAGER
time. The Ann Arbor News has an
opportunity in the Circulation Department for
apart-time Assistant District Manager. Will
supervise 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
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IN CELL AND MOLECULAR
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Full time Ph.D. student research
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Applications are sought from
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2160 South First Avenue,
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Telephone (708) 327-2470,
E-mail: sjones@lumc.edu
Loyola University is an equal opportunity/
affirmative action employer.
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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.
Call 764-1115.
LIKE TO SMILE? Energetic individuals
needed for busy but fun apartment leasing
office. P/T of F/T through Labor Day. Send
resume or apply to 1099 Maiden Lane Ann
Arbor 48105/ 665-4331 Fax: 665-2354/
islanddrive@mindspring.com
LOOKING FOR A SUMMER JOB with
permanent possibilities? Ann Arbor
photography firm needs dependable shift
supervisors, data entry, and photo production
staff. F/T and P/T. Call Laura 734-677-3400.
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
MACOMB COUNTY TEACHER JOB
FAIR, Saturday April 7. Screening for
secondary, special ed, voc ed, and other
ancillary professional staff 8-11 a.m.
Screening for elementary 11 am - 4pm. More
than 20 public schools districts in
southeastern Michigan represented. Hosted
by the Macomb Intermediate School District,
held at the Sports and Expo Center at
Macomb College South Campus, Warren.
Info at www.misd.net/jobfair.
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. * Also late 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.

SUMMER DISCOVERY/ JR.
DISCOVERY/ MUSIKER TOURS
www.summerfun.com
Counselors wanted to share a great
experience working/traveling with
middle/high school students this summer. We
direct popular pre-college programs at 7
universities and several travel programs
across the US. Applicants must be 21 by June
20t and have a valid driver's license. For
info, contact staff@summerfun.com or (800)
645-6611 ext558.
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: Women Smokers who had
problems paying attention as a child - You
are needed for a study at U of M. Pays $170.
Call 1-800-742-2300, enter #6329.
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 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

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2001 Marijuana Petition
Drive kicks off at the 30th
Annual Ann Arbor Hash,
Bash. Volunteer petitioners
come early for training &
materials. Donations needed
now! Call (517) 239-9000 or
go online@www.PRAyes.com
for more information. Paid for
by PRAyes.com 255 N.Center, Saginaw, MI
ADOPTION: Happily married couple
wishes to adopt newborn. Full-time mother &
successful father to love, care & nurture.
Expenses paid. Call Terry & Bob.
1-800-652-6183.
FRATERNITIES - SORORITIES
CLUBS - STUDENT GROUPS
Earn $1,000-$2,000 this semester with the
easy Campusfundraiser.com three hour
fundraising event. No sales required.
Fundraising dates are filling quickly, so call
today! Contact Campusfundraiser.com at
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Your travel destination station.
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Summer classes at Eastern Michigan University
can give you a whole new perspective on the
May-to-September educational experience.
For a guest student application or
spring/ summer class schedule,
Call: 800.GO-TO-EMU, or
visit www.emich.edu
E-mail: undergraduate.admissions@emich.edu
graduate.admissions@emich.edu

BIRMINGHAM LAW FIRM seeks
*summer law clerk. Must have religable
vehicle. Some lifting, good organizational
skills, some computer skills, self starter.
$8/hr.. send or fax resume to Joel Waterstone
280 N. Old Woodward Suite 406
Birmingham, MI 48009, fax: 248.647.9630
or call: 248.647.6966.
OK YMCA Camp AI-Gon-Quian (on
rt 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
membership & AAIA pass included. Fill out
p1. @ 350 S 5th Ave, Ann Arbor or call
Wily @ 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
DISSERTATION WRITER or other
intelligent, semi-recluse person or couple, for
a year overlooking Florida ocean. Room,
board, $15,000 neg/person. More if med. or
trse education, exchange for care of
ellectual ambulatory woman, 482-1300.
DO YOU HAVE YOUR SIGHTS SET ON
THE BUSINESS WORLD?
Are you creative, energetic and self-
motivated?
Here is your chance to jump on board
the Michigan Daily Classified Sales Staff,
and put your business skills to work!
We are now hiring for Fall 2001!! As an
Account Executive, you'll gain invaluable
advertising and sales experience.
Have fun and get paid doing it!
Pick up an application at the Student
Publications Bldg. 420 Maynard, 2nd floor.
Or call 764-0557.
Applications due by 5 pm, Thurs. April 5.
FEMALE - COMPANION
PIT personal care,
$15 hour plus 996-3350.

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. 4 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.

CAMP JOBS for residents of Chicago's
Northern Suburbs. Discovery Day Camp
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-
4332 or e-mail: Elise@campdiscovery.com
FIND YOUR SUMMER JOB NOW!!!
We have many positions in and around Ann
Arbor in areas such as:
Administrative Assistant
Data Entry
General Office
Receptionist
Assembly
Light Industrial
Shipping/Receiving
Apply Mon. - Thurs.
8:30 - 10:30am or 1:30-3:30pm at
5060 Jackson Rd., Independence Plaza,
Ann Arbor. Picture ID
& Social Security Card required.
Pay ranges: $9-13 per hr.
Visit our website at:
www.PerformancePersonnel.com
LOOKING FOR A JOB OR
INTERNSHIP? Flashlight Consulting can
help. We have placed students at top
companies like Lockheed-Martin and Pfizer.
Call 734-528-5264 and set up a meeting with
a consultant today. WE GUARANTEE AT
LEAST AN INTERVIEW.
SUMMER JOBS!! Don't wait until its too
late!! Earn $4,000-$5,000 this summer.
Located in Southfield. (248) 358-2137.

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So you think
you're qualiied
for a job other than
flipping burgers?

OFFICE ASSISTANT WANTED.
Downtown Ann Arbor law firm, 2 attorneys--
civil practice. Word processing, telephones,
filing. Starting salary $12/hr. part-time. Fax
letter of interest/experience to 734-769-7699.
PART TIME WORK as private nurse/aid in
my home. Need female student to work part
time or full time at excellent pay, caring for
my cheerful, elderly mother, a stroke victim.
Pleasant work, nice environment. Preferred
nursing student or someone who enjoys
helping people. Please write a description of
your experience, education, work needs, and
phone number to: P.O 130634, Ann Arbor
48113-0634.
PHYSICAL ASSISTANT NEEDED for
disabled male law student. Pay negotiable,
will train. Call Chris 761-9551.
RESIDENT CAMP COUNSELORS
YMCA Camp AI-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

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 12 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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