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1 SING. BDRM IN 5 BDRM APT.
avail. wint. term, furnishd,
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1 TO 2 BDRM. avail. in 2 bdrm. apt. U-
Towers. Great Localation. Furn. 623-1946.
2 BDRM. APT. avail. Jan 1, 2001. 7 min.
walk to central campus. Free prkg, coin Idry,
mostly furn. Bonus for immed. move in.
$905/mo. Jeff (734) 646-6112.
AVAIL: WINTER/SPRING/& or Summer.
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Close to campus. Low rent. Sally: 623-1589.
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furn. apt. 535/mo. per person on Hill St.
Prkg. and Idry. avail. Call (810) 220-3540.
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Avail. immed. 996-8614 Sophie or
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help wanted
WEB PROGRAMMMER Database/php
work. Good pay, on your sched.,
ischram@umich.edu
!ANN ARBOR'S BIGGEST SPORTSBAR
is now hiring cooks, waitstaff,
and floormen for fall term. Hard-working
punctual applicants should apply @
Scorekeepers, 310 Maynard across from
Borders. 995-0100.
$1500 WEEKLY: potential mailing our
circulars. For info call 203-977-1720.
A MOTOR GOPHER wanted for
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driving record and ability to drive a manual
trans. a must. $6/hr. Fax resume, with two
references to (734) 994-1153, Attn: Monte.
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for P/T
counter pos. in downtown bakery. Flex.
sched. for upbeat sv.-oriented indiv. Eastern
Accents. 214S. 4th Ave. (at Liberty).
ARE YOU AN ATHLETE and do you miss
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to 20 year old girls for a study on fitness.
Financial compensation of $150 at the end of
the study. Call (734)-615-5526.
ARE YOU SEDENTARY? We are looking
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exercising regularly. Free dietary
consultation, free body composition and
financial compensation of $150 at the end of
the study. Call (734)-615-5526.
BRAIDS! $65-155 + Micro Latch twists
human cornrow silkydreds. Sheila 483-5425.
COORDINATOR for a study in the
department of Psychiatry. Duties include
subject recruitment, data collection and entry,
assist during the study and other research
related activities. Research experience and
references essential. 20-25 hrs./wk. Contact
Carole Hubbard 763-5444.
DELIVERY DRIVERS. Pizza House is
now hiring F/PT drivers for days, dinners,
and late-nights. Make great money, cash!
Apply at Pizza House, 618 Church St., or call
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Ann Arbor YMCA has positions available.
We offer shift premium for midnights,
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@ 734/663-0536 ext. 250 or fill out appl. @
350 S. Fifth Ave. EOE.
HOUSE SITTER/PET SITTER NEEDED
Looking for someone to stay overnight when
we travel. Must love animals and non-
smoker. Car necessary. Refs. 434-2878.
HOW DOES NICOTINE AFFECT YOUR
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Non-pregnant female and male tobacco
smokers needed for a PET study conducted in
Jan. and early Feb. 2001. Healthy, drug free
subjects aged 18-45 will be given a free
medical workup first and then scheduled for a
morning study which will run from about
7:30 am to 11:30 am after overnight tobacco
abstinence. A safe medically approved
radioactive tracer will be given by injection
and samples of blood withdrawn. Pay of
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study . Call 763-6672 or email lisong
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number and times when you can be reached.
LABORATORY ATTENDANT $6.50 to
$7.50/hr. 8-18 hours/week for Winter and
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problems. $81 1/hr. Flex. hours.
Transportation req. Male workers in high
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SCOREKEEPERS is now hiring part-time
short order cooks. No experience necessary.
310 Maynard. 995-0100.
SEMINAR ASSISTANTS-evenings, $8/hr.
Please call Allan 996-1107.
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Gain exp. doing various projects,
administrative work. Opening for teacher's
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PLAYERS
Continued from Page 1A
Lloyd Carr to decide if he's ready
to make the early jump to the NFL.
"I have to touch base on that
when I get back to Ann Arbor and
sit down with my coach," Terrell
told The Michigan Daily.
Draft experts place Terrell as the
No. I or No. 2 receiver draft
prospect.
Henson on the other hand will
have to decide if its in his best
nterest to return to a Michigan
team, with one of the best offensive
Iines in program history, when
Thomas won't return and its likely
Terrell will leave too.
But, Henson never has had an
entire season at the helm of the
Wolverines' offense. He missed the
first three games this year with a
foot injury after playing backup
behind Tom Brady his first two sea-
Sons.
Education may play a role as
well, as the strong high school stu-
dent out of Brighton said he enjoys
classes and wants to finish his edu-
cation.
"I really enjoy going to the Uni-
versity of Michigan," Henson said
at a postgame Citrus Bowl celebra-
tion. "It will be a big decision but I
(want people to know) that I am in
no hurry to leave. That wouldn't be
the reason -- I enjoy the classes I
enjoy being there.
"Everything plays an important
role. I don't want to go too much
into it, but it's a decision that will
affect my life."
A quick "thanks" and Henson
quickly scurried away, apparently
not ready to talk about the meat and
potatoes of the decision, or still
undecided.
"It could be the last time it could
not be," Henson said after the Cit-
rus Bowl victory. "I just wanted to
make sure while everyone's still in
uniform, and the feelings from the
game were still alive, that I go over
there and tell them how much fun it
was to play with them."
The Michigan junior earned a S2 +
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baseball contract and has a choire
as to whether lie wants to entbr thl
NIFL Draft, play baseball or both.
Like Terrell, if he did move on te
pro football, some draft analysts
already have lenson drafting the
first or second college quartel k.
On the Major League Baseball
end, the Cincinnati Reds now hold
Henson's rights after the New-York
Yankees traded him in July. .
Even with his strong Ii king for
New York, Henson's uncertainty
about which sport he will choose
--- baseball or football --reiorted-
ly factored in Yankees' gen'o-al
manager George Steinbrenner's
decision to trade the prospect.
Henson finished the seaso rI6-
of-237 (61.6 percent) for 2,146
yards, 18 touchdowns and only four
interceptions. His favorite and most
dangerous target, Terrell, had 67
catches for 1,130 yards.
Terrell also set a Michigan
record in the Citrus Bowl, becom-
ing the first Michigan wideoti- to
notch two consecutive I,000-ard
seasons.
lie also said that a Dec. 14 inci-
dent involving the arrest of corner-
back James Whitley would not
affect his decision.
Terrell said he accompanied cor-
nerback James Whitley to his ex-
girlfriend's house to mediate an
argument between her and her cur-
rent boyfriend. The girlfriend
reported her apartment being .bro-
ken into at 4 a.m.
Ann Arbor Police arrested t-
ley and charged him with fire m
possession. While Carr kicked
Whitley off the team, he did hot
publicly say if he scolded Terrell
who was not arrested in the iGei-
dent, but also did not start in the
bowl game.
"David Terrell has never had n
kind of a problem at Michigi,
said Carr, defending the
receiver.
"Be's been a outstanding stu0 4t.
He's just under a 3.0 (grade 7Int
average). iHe's always a guywho
has played hard and has been funito
coach. He made a mistake, he v s
out too late at night," Carr said.

CITRUS
Continued from Page 1A
his 40-yard field goal partially
blocked.
The Tigers took just over one
minute to earn a stop defensively,
and they began marching again. But
with a fresh set of downs on the
Michigan 18, Jeremy LeSueur blind-
sided Leaid. The ball came loose,
and Shawn Lazarus recovered for the
Wolverines.
"The difference in the game was
that we had our field goal blocked and
they made theirs," Auburn coach
Tommy Tuberville said.
The Wolverines finished the 2000
season with a 9-3 mark and a co-Big
en championship. The bowl win was
Michigan's fourth straight under coach
Lloyd Carr.
Carr took time after the game to
reflect on Thomas's capture of the
rushing record.
"I couldn't be prouder of anyone

than I am of" Thomas, Carr s 1
"What I appreciate about Antho s
that he never changed."
Michigan's offensive line. of e
Ilutchinsonx Jeff Backus, JI d
Brandt, Maurice Williams n41d
Jonathan Gpodwin took pride ii I e
accomplishment.
"It means a lot because he's bd.n
there since I've been playing'" Bacius
said.
With the season completed, he
spotlight now moves to the peripir l
issues of the team. Henson and d
Terrell must make decisions on ir
professional futures.
Neither were ready to make a dear i-
tive statement following the Cis
Bowl. Maybe it was because tb'y
needed more time to think. Perrs
they wanted to let Thomas, their team-
mate and buddy, have the spotlightall
to himself on this day. E
"I wanted to make sure I tI d
(Thomas) how much fun it was to
with him," Henson said.

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