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NAKED MILE
Continued from Page 1
Forest Avenue will be closed for maintenance.
"We're going to shut it down the evening of
the 17th to check the seals," said Joe Morehouse,
who oversees the administration of parking struc-
tures owned by the Downtown Development
Authority. The South Forest Avenue parking
garage was constructed as a joint effort between
the DDA, the City of Ann Arbor and the Univer-
sity. Morehouse said the check is done on every
new structure, and the selection of the date is not
connected with the Naked Mile.
"I think we picked the date about two months
ago," Morehouse added.
The committee coordinated six advertise-
ments in the Daily discouraging students from
running, and e-mails from interim University
President B. Joseph White to students Tuesday
and from interim Provost Paul Courant to fac-
ulty and staff Wednesday.

"I thought (the e-mail) was sensational, a scare
tactic ... telling these horrible things could be the
repercussions of (running)," Cox said. "I thought
that it was condescending ... trying to be a little
bit preachy."
The e-mail sent to faculty described the event
as dangerous. "The crowd, fueled by alcohol and
often armed with video cameras, creates a dan-
gerous environment for our students," Courant
wrote. "Past incidents have included groping of
the runners, assaults within the crowd, loaded
guns and other weapons and injuries."
The e-mail continues to say that "the West
Hall arch and spaces between the Hatcher
Library and Tisch Hall will be closed for the
last few days of the semester."
Edgar Zapata, former campus safety co-chair
of the Michigan Student Assembly, attended one
of the Naked Mile committee meetings. Zapata
said he decided not to organize student volun-
teers because of the efforts to eliminate the event.
"The reason I didn't do it is because I felt that

there was going to be so much planning to end it
rather than to make it a safe Naked Mile," Zapata
said. "I'd rather try to make it a safe Naked Mile
than anything."
Zapata did not attend the last meeting held
March 28.
DPS and Ann Arbor police have been planning
for the event and have received a grant to enforce
alcohol laws. "This is an illegal event. ... It is a
matter of public safety," AAPD Deputy Chief
Lawrence Jerue said. "It's not a harmless little
prank ... it's illegal."
Jerue said additional officers would be present
Wednesday because area enforcement officials
are receiving funding from the state of Michigan.
"There is a task force to identify and apprehend
drunk drivers ... that will be in operation the
night of April 17," Jerue said.
He added that the changing character of the
event has caused the increased police pressure
and reiterated that officers would be enforcing
all laws, including indecent exposure laws. "If I

had a son or daughter who wanted to run, I
would tell them 'it could destroy your entire
future,"' Jerue said. "As this event grew, there
have been more and more recognized viola-
tions. ... If you participate in an illegal activity,
you run the risk to be arrested."
Some students thought that increased enforce-
ment by police was connected to the University.
"I don't think they would be as concerned if
they had not been prompted," Cox said. "It's
true that it is illegal, but students in college are
known to be wild and rebellious. ... It's not
really a public affair."
Some students are taking the increased polic-
ing in stride. Engineering senior Nicholas Noreus
said students should run in their underwear to
avoid arrest for indecent exposure.
"There's really no reason for the University to
get involved aside from them trying to protect
their reputation," Noreus said. "They're misrepre-
senting the events as dangerous."
Noreus said that he would go to the Naked

Mile on Wednesday and consider running
depending on how the police treat runners.
Coordination between DPS, University admin-
istrators and the AAPD is common for large
events, Jerue said.
"We do the same thing for any major event,"
Jerue said, who added the agencies cooperate at
events such as football Saturdays, Hash Bash and
the Ann Arbor Art Fair.
"It's more of an informational gathering to
plan out the best course of action," he added.
Also, in coordination with University officials,
Ann Arbor Police Chief Daniel Oates and Ann
Arbor Public Schools Superintendent Rossi Ray-
Taylor sent a letter to senior students and parents
graduating from Ann Arbor high schools.
The letter says that the Naked Mile has become
increasingly dangerous, and participants may be
required to register as sex offenders. It also says
that "recently enacted state law requires that
(police) report all charges brought against any
school-aged student to the local school district."

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Experience with campus, political, or
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PART TIME WORK as private nurse aid in
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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
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Fun job. Bilingual & males encouraged. Call
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WORK STUDY OFFICE assistant in hema-
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ZIONISM
Continued from Page 1
"The Palestinians have not lived
up to their commitments," she said.
The Palestinians "have not disman-
tled the terrorist infrastructure -
they have arrested few people....
We need to go in and get the struc-
tures that train suicide bombers and
snipers."
She added that terrorists lists have
been sent many times to Yasser
Arafat without reply or acknowl-
edgement.
Some students believed that
Goldstein stopped focusing on
Zionism's links to racism when she
discussed other aspects of the Mid-
dle East conflicts and Hadassah's
accomplishments.
"Their organization, created

through Zionism, does great things,"
LSA senior Nikhil Patel said. "I did-
n't want to hear every good thing
that they have done - that wasn't
the issue. ... She didn't mention
how Zionism was related to racism."
"She provides other aspects of
Zionism that people don't really
hear about," said LSA junior David
Post, one of the organizers of the
discussion. He added that her expe-
rience of sitting on the United
Nations as a representative for
Hadassah allows her to give an
interesting perspective.
Goldstein addressed students in
Angell Hall last night.
She also addressed students at the
Medical School yesterday morning
about the humanitarian aid Hadassah
provides relating to hospitals and
medical care.

ABLE SUMMER NANNY. Looking for a
loving, non-smoker nanny for 3 girls (14, 10
and 8) from June 17-Aug. 26, full time (much
of it at the pool). Great pay, Some paid vaca-
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741-9860.
AFTER SCHOOL CHILD care: for 2 kids 8
& 11. 3:30-6:00 pm. 2-3 days/wk. Experience
and interest in kids. $8/hr. 995-2850.
BABYSITTER FOR 1-2 small children in my
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CHILD CARE NEEDED. Graduate medical
student seeks energetic summer companion for
single toddler, in my Waterford home. 4 of 5
Weekdays, 7:30am- 5:30pm. Must be punctual
and reliable, have a valid drivers license and
provide a copy of driving record. Application
and references required. $1000+ per month
plus reimbursement at summer's end for up to
6 credit hours of completed coursework at
OCC (or comparable bonus).
IF YOU ENJOY sports, computer games and
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are 9-5, Mon.- Fri. Call 668-8542 evenings.
SEEKING ENERGETIC, CREATIVE,
nurturing, playful, and reliable person to assist
parents with twin 4- year- olds and 1- year-
old. Minimum 10 hrsJ wk. Within walking
distance to UM campus. Experience with
young children and references required. Light
housekeeping and cooking. Excellent pay. Day
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CLERK/MESSENGER $8/HR. 10 hrs/wk.
M-F. Drivers license req. UM central campus.
Call Tammy 764-7312 for interview. EOE.
CO-REC SOFTBALL TEAM seeks female
players. dsa@umich.edu
COMMENCEMENT WAIT STAFF
needed. Work for University catering on April
26th and/or April 27th. Call 764-2142.
CONVENIENCE STORE CASHIER/-
manager for an independent service station.
Competitive wages & benefits. Call 668-9339.
FULL OR PART time English to Mandarin
Chinese translator needed for electronics com-
pany near Metro Airport. Please call Yash @
734-941-8100.

MALE SMOKERS AGE 25-65 who have a
history of depression and are not currently tak-
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Questionnaires, blood withdrawal and smoking
abstinence required. Pays $275 upon comple-
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Now hiring students for flexible night and
weekend schedules. Fun work atmosphere
and great job experience.
Eamn $7hr plus nightly bonuses.
Apply online or stop by 611 Church, Suite 4F.
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MOTIVATED STUDENTS WANTED for
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communication skills. Netware experience
helpful. Pay starts at $12/ hr. Call 764-5427
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Work full time with benefits for a year or two
in a busy and rewarding university office dedi-
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and event planning positions available starting
this spring or summer. Call CRLT at
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$250 A NIGHT potential/bartending training
provided. 1-800-293-3985 ext. 607.
CAMP JOBS
A fun place to work and a lifelong learning ex-
perience awaits you at beautiful YMCA Day
and Resident Camps in Michigan. Are you
creative, caring and enthusiastic? Do you en-
joy working with children in an active, outdoor
setting? Now hiring counselors, lifeguards, and
instructors for horseback, nature, arts/crafts,
drama/music, ropes course, climbing tower,
and sailing. Call (248)8874533 to schedule
an on-campus interview.
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
waiting to hear? F/f positions avail, for
summer. Great $. Travel. Open to all majors.
Call Kara Leppert for more info. 222-0742.
OFFICE ASSISTANT, $9/HR. May & Au-
gust, 20 hrs/wk. June & July 40 hrs/wk. con-
tact Nancy Hellner-University of Michigan
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B.Y.O.B. BRING YOUR OWN BOOKS.
Kids at Greenfield Union and Harms Elemen-
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are below poverty line. We are collecting
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SUMMER MONEY, HAVE FUN in the sun
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SUMMER WORK OPPORTUNITY Select-
ing hardworking, independent students for
sales and business management training. Full
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WE ARE LOOKING for a fun, experienced
and energetic day camp nature, science, wood-
working, dance, or sports instructor. 7/1 - 8/2.
Great pay! Call 994-9832.

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If you're looking for an extraordinary
job in which you can really make a
difference in the lives of at-risk kids,
we want to speak with you.
We're hiring Wilderness Camp
Counselors to help at-risk youth
through adventure activities like hiking,
camping and backpacking. With 18
wilderness camps throughout the
Northeastern and Southeastern United
States, we're one of the nation's leaders
in helping youth and families.
If you like working with kids and really
love the outdoors, this might be just

the job for you. The job of Wilderness
Camp Counselor is a year-round,
live-in position, with an excellent
salary and benefits.
For more information visit our web site
at www.eckerd.org, call Eckerd Youth
Alternatives at 1-800-222-1473,
or e-mail us at recruiting@eckerd.org.
This is a job that will
change your life -
and theirs - forever.
EOE

COMMITTED LANDSCAPE
ASSISTANT NEEDED
to help care for a tree filled property and
perennial gardens. Must have experience using
landscape power tools. Part-time hours
throughout the gardening season;
approximately 10-20 hours a week Inquires
please contact Shelley at 668-7297.
FULL OR PART-TIME RECEPTIONIST
for Progressive Mortgage Co. Located in A2.
Close to campus, great office environment. Job
will include answering phones, and some pro-
cessing of mortgage applications. Must be
friendly, courteous, well-spoken, and willing to
leam. Professional attire req. Please email
resume to:
dschlecteamortgagesinannarborcom
or fax to 734-821-0271.
GROUNDS MAINTENANCE STAFF -
Part-time row, full time for Spring/Summer.
Excellent income opportunity. Come to
Varsity Management, 625 Church St. for
information.
IF YOU HAVE acne you may qualify for an
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Camp Greylock & Romaca
seek caring, energetic
counselors and coaches.
Co-ed staffs, competitive salaries
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