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GAMBLING,
Continued from Page 1A
losses really do loom larger than gains,"
Gehring said.
The study, published in the March 22 issue of
"Science," found that within 256 milliseconds
of seeing the outcome of a bet the brain reacts
and makes decisions which, in the case of a
loss, tend to be more risky.
"The findings suggest that in many situations
our brains rush to judgment," Gehring said.
"After a loss, the brain thinks it's due for a
win. As a result, when we make a quick deci-
sion and it turns out to be wrong, we tend to
take a bigger risk the next time out than we
would have done if our first choice would've
been right."
The student gambler said when he goes to
casinos he often finishes ahead, but when he
plays cards with friends he often loses. He said
he does not gamble on a regular basis, perhaps
like many students, but he is currently at a loss
of about $100.
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The Michigan Department of Community
Health says Michigan residents spent $5 billion
on gambling last year. In addition, a 2001
MDCH survey found that 4.5 percent of Michi-
gan adults are lifetime compulsive gamblers,
though thisgumber decreased from similar sur-
veys in 1997 and 1999.
The University's Counseling and Psychologi-
cal Services does not offer a formal program
for helping students deal with gambling addic-
tions, but has a test on its website which can
help students determine if they have a gam-
bling addiction. Most students decline to admit
they gamble, and addicts tend to avoid their
problem.
Jim Etzkorn, Counseling and Psychological
Services assistant director for clinical services,
guessed gambling is a big and serious problem
on campus, though he does not have many stu-
dents seeking CAPS help.+
"Like a lot of addictive behavior they don't
see it as a problem," Etzkorn said. "If they were
to confront the seriousness of the problem there
would be a lot of shame."

FIGHTING
Continued from Page IA
In New York, the U.N. Security Council debated a Pales-
tinian-backed resolution aimed at pressuring Israel to with-
draw from its cities.
In five major Palestinian towns under full Israeli control
- Ramallah, Qalqiliya, Jenin, Tulkarem and Bethlehem -
tanks patrolled streets, enforcing strict curfews that confined
hundreds of thousands of Palestinians to their homes. In
Ramallah, residents were without water after city officials
said Israeli troops destroyed the main pumping station when
shelling a Palestinian security compound.
The incursion into Nablus - a city of more than
100,000 people in the northern West Bank - began yes-
terday evening. Shellfire thundered as tanks began rolling
into the city. Gunmen and Palestinian police were moving
in the streets, closing roads with sandbags and planting
mines.
A Palestinian woman was killed and five people wound-
ed, apparently when shells hit two apartments in downtown
Nablus. Israeli forces, backed by attack helicopters, sur-
rounded the four Palestinian refugee camps next to the city,
witnesses said, and there were exchanges of fire.

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AMAZING 1 BDRM avail. May-Aug.
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$1500 WEEKLY POTENTIAL mailing our circu-
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$250 A DAY potential/ artending training
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A FUN SUMMER JOB that makes a
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Call 248-932-2123.
AFRICAN AMERICAN FAMILIES
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sisters) are needed for a study on smoking and
genetics. At least one of the siblings must be a
current or ex-smoker. Each family member
eams $50. For more information call
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INFORMATION RESOURCES .
ASSOCIATE- University Library, University
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Serials and Microforms Services in the
Graduate Library. This 20 hour/week position
is scheduled for 10P.M. to 2:00 A.M.,
Sunday through Thursday. Duties include
assisting library patrons to locate materials, to
use the microform reader/printers and
photocopiers, and to use the online public
catalog. Will also coordinate the work of
student assistants, oversee shelving of library
material, and prepare materials for binding.
Minimum qualifications include high school
diploma; demonstrated ability to do detailed
work accurately and independently;
demonstrated dependability; experience
working with the public and coordinating/
direciting the work of others; demonstrated
interpersonal and communication skills;
familiarity with microcomputers; some library
or related experience. Supervisory experience
desired.
Salary dependent on relevant experience,
beginning at $11,500 for 20 hours/week.
Comprehensive health care package; group
term life insurance; retirement package
featuring immediate vesting.
For further information, please contact Library
Human Resources, 404 Hatcher Graduate
Library, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor,
MI 48104- 1205; (734) 764-2546. EOE.
LOCAL COUNTRY CLUB seeking individ-
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plus merchandise and golf privileges. Contact
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MAKE $ FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION:
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For info, contact Sarah:
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MICHIGAN TELEFUND
Now hiring students for flexible night and
weekend schedules. Fun work atmosphere
and great job experience.
Eam $7/hr plus nightly bonuses.
Apply online or stop by 611 Church, Suite 4F
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GREAT SUMMER JOB! Perfect for educa-
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birthday parties, work outside. May-Aug.
$8/hr. Spring Valley Trout Farm. 20 Minutes
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INTERNSHIP FALLEN THROUGH? Still
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summer. Great $. Travel. Open to all majors.
Call Kara Leppert for more info. 222-0742.
MACKINAC ISLAND'S MURRAY HOTEL
needs summer help. No experience necessary.
Desk clerk/rotation workers. $6-$8/hr. Call for
details. Housing available. 1-800-462-2546.
Mon-Fri. 9am-5pm.
PAINTERS AND CREW CHIEFS wanted.
Enjoy your summer working outside. Training
provided, no experience necessary. Earn $8-
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throughout Ml. 1-800-405-6227 or e-mail tIe-
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SUMMER MONEY, HAVE fun in the sun
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SUMMER WORK OPPORTUNITY Select-
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ATTENTION CAMP COUNSELORS!
Camp Big Silver, a co-ed residential summer
camp, is looking for self-motivated, hard-
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(18+) to serve as camp counselors. Located
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website at http://members.cac.net/campbigsilver
or call (734) 878-6628.
CLERK/MESSENGER $8/HR. 10 hrs/wk.
M-F. Drivers license req. UM central campus.
Call Tammy 764-7312 for interview. EOE.
GIRLS FLASHING! $50/MIN. for video of
your wildest spring break moments.
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GRAPHIC DESIGNER
The University of Michigan, Office of Student
Publications, is seeking creative, independent
student to design cover of the official 2002-
2003 Student Directory.
Please submitresume before April 8 to:
Nancy Cudney
Student Publications Bdig., 2nd floor
420 Maynard
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
For more information, call 764-0431 or email:
ncudney@umich.edu
GROUNDS MAINTENANCE STAFF -
Part-time now, full time for Spring/Summer.
Excellent income opportunity. Come to
Varsity Management, 625 Church St for
information.
HEALTH CARE ASSISTING chiropractor
with patients, billing & typing. $8/hr. P/T flex.
994-5966.
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Are you DYNAMIC, compassionate,
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the place for you! We are five
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seeking AMAZING staff to work with
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www.horizoncamps.com. 800-544-5448.
LANDSCAPE LABORER We build native
landscapes, creative jobs. $9/hr. 668-7882.
POSITION OPEN FOR KITCHEN HELP
AND busser. Apply in person at the Blue Nile

NOT READY TO LEAVE ANN ARBOR?
Work full time with benefits for a year or two
in a busy and rewarding university office dedi-
cated to quality teaching at the U. Secretarial
and event planning positions available starting
in spring, summer, or fall of 2002. Call Diana
at CRLT at 764-0505. U of M is an Equal
Opportunity Employer.
PART TIME WORK as private nurse aid in
my home. Female student to work 5-30 hrs/wk
for spring and summer at $10.50-$12/hr. Car-
ing for my cheerful elderly mother, a stroke
victim. Pleasant, easy work, nice environment.
Prefer nursing student or someone with similar
experience. Apply now. Please write a descrip-
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PO Box 130634,Ann Arbor, MI48113-0634.
PHOTOGRAPHY CO. SEEKS FT&PT
photo production & data entry staff. Seasonal.
$7.5 0-$9/hr. If you thrive in a fast paced envi-
ronment, have a positive attitude & want to
eamn a bonus, Call Laura 734-677-3400.
REAL LIFE LIVING Services is accepting
applications for direct support staff working
with people with developmental disabilities.
Great experience for students in OT, PT, ST,
Psych, Social Work, Nursing, and Human Ser-
vices. $7.75-$9.00/hr. Applicants must be 18
years of age, possess a valid, unrestricted
drivers license, and have a HS diploma or
GED. 734-222-6076. EOE.
RESEARCH , ASSISTANT, Home-
School Teacher positions. Will train.
$28,000/yr. Graduate or SAT 1200. Cham-
pagne, Illinois, income-sharing, family-oriented
community. www.childrenfortheftiture.org 1-
800-498-7781.
STONE BRIDGE GOLF CLUB.
Hiring seasonal groundskeepers, pay range
from $7.50-$9/hr. depending on experience.
Golfing privileges for employees.
Please contact Jim Roland @
734-429-8383 for more info.
STUDENT WEB DEVELOPER intern-
ships. ADIA Information Management is look-
ing for a few bright students excited to work in
the emergent field of intemet based software. If
you have a passion for programing, solid skills
and enjoy working in a fun team atmosphere,
then you're what we want. Very flexible P/T
hrs. Close to campus. ASP and Visual Basic
Plus. Email resume to:
ecareers@adiaim.com or fax 734-222-0118.
SUMMER INTERNSHIPS
Eam $3000-$7090+ and gain valuable experi-
ence working for the UoIM Official Campus
Telephone Directory. Excellent advertising,
sales, and marketing opportunity.
GREAT RESUME BOOSTER! Call Paul @
Aroundcampus INC 1-800-466-2221 x 288.
www.amundcampus.com
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.
THE FOWLER CENTER. Summer Camp
for children and adults w/ special needs. June
10-Aug. 16. Seeks applicants for counselors,
outdoor education, barn & organic garden,
equestrian instructor, creative arts, sports &
recreation, life guards, nurses. Make a differ-
ence in someone's life. Barrier free recreation

Camp Greylock & Romaca
seek caring, energetic
counselors and coaches.
Co-ed staffs, competitive salaries
+ room and board. Internships are
available. Located in the Berkshire
Mountains of Massachusetts, 2.5
hours from Boston and NYC.
Archery, Baseball, Basketball,
Climbing Wall, Creative Arts,
Drama, Football, Golf, Gymnastics,
Hiking. Inline-Hockey, Lacrosse,
Mountain Biking, Sailing, Soccer,
Softball, Swimming, Tennis,
Volleyball, Waterskiing, plus nursing
and administrative positions.
Beautiful waterfront campus,
outstanding group of people,
very rewarding summer.
Camp Greylock for Boys:
800-842-5214
www.campgreylock.com

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CARING AND ENERGETIC babysitter
needed from late April through August for 2
boys, ages 6 & 2. approx. 15 hrs/wk. after-
noons preferred, plus occasional weekend
evenings, must have own transportation & ref-
erences. call 663-8090.
DAY CARE PROVIDER NEEDED Mon-
Thurs 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m., for mature 2 1/2 YR.
old. Own car required.734-975-8866.
P/T BABYSITTER. Flex. hours. Avail. for
summer. Own trans. 4 children, ages 9, 6, 4 &1.
Country setting in Plymouth, lots of animals.
Colleen @734-453-1708.

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Dr. Jayson Epstein, 25 years experience. Relief
phase intro: 4 treatments $75. Near UM.
994-5966.
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Impress your friends with a real NY Hotdog
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and declare these passports are invalid.

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