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VISIBILITY
Continued from Page 1A
der identity at U of M," he added.
For the past two years, several con-
troversies have erupted in conjunction
with Queer Visibility Week. In 2001,
Rev. Fred Phelps of the Westboro
Baptist Church in Topeka, Kan., a
vocal anti-gay crusader, protested the
week's rally. Last year, the LGBT
Commission worked to convince the
United Way charity organization to
drop the Boy Scouts of America from
its general fund.
"We had a great response from
the University two years ago, as
well as from some conservative
groups on campus against the
extremist views of Fred Phelps,"
former LGBT Commission Co-
chair Ben Conway said.
Conway, an LSA senior, said the
University's response to the Com-
mission's United Way concerns was

also positive. "The United Way
wasn't supporting the University's
anti-discrimination policies," Con-
way said. "Last year the United
Way said they were dropping the
Boy Scouts from their general
fund."
Souva said he did not expect any
events like the Phelps protest to
occur this week. "These are peace-
ful demonstrations. We don't expect
any controversy this year," Souva
said.
The week culminates with a rally
and kiss-in in the Diag at noon Fri-
day, where students and community
members are invited to "bring a
friend and be ready to smooch,"
according to Queer Visibility
Week's calendar of events.
Other organizations sponsoring
the events include the Lesbian, Gay,
Bisexual and Transgender Affairs
Office and MOTHRA, the Universi-
ty's "Queer Asians" organization.

BAMN
Continued from Page IA
interprets it as a sign of the general pub-
lic's sentiment about the cases.
"I think we really do speak for a
majority," he said.
Yet both Lynch and Stenvig said they
do not know whether O'Connor saw or
heard their rally.
"I didn't see her. I'm not sure if she
saw us," Stenvig said.
The rally was organized together with
OSU's chapter of BAMN, the Coalition
for Equal Opportunity in Education,
OSU's Undergraduate Student Govern-
ment and the college's NAACP chapter,
said CEOE Finance Director La'Stacia
Hightower.
CEOE took part in organizing the rally
"to show our support for the University

of Michigan" and to educate OSU stu-
dents on the cases and the effects of a
possible court ruling overturning the
University's admissions policies.
"The message we hoped to send is
how important affirmative action is and
how it affects all students," said High-
tower, a CEOE event organizer for the
national march. "We just used (O'Con-
nor) as a tool in order to get more stu-
dents involved."
While many OSU students are
aware of the lawsuits against the Uni-
versity, most do not realize that OSU's
own admissions policies and minority
programs may come under fire if the
court rules against the University,
Hightower said.
Lynch said turnout for the rally was
very positive, and Hightower called it a
"tremendous success."

VIGIL
Continued from Page 1A
Zick. "I'm not a member of any peace
group. I'm not a leftover activist from
the sixties, but I'm protesting."
Three Ann Arbor Pioneer High
School students standing curbside said
they wished there was more attendance
of younger people at the vigil.
"It's going to be (our age group)
that's going to be fighting in Iraq," Pio-

neer High School student Katie
McFadden said. "Most everyone at
school is against the war. We think war
in the name of peace isn't peace."
Vigil volunteer Natalie Holbrook,
who sold 'No War' yard signs at the
vigil, said she does not meet many pro-
war people.
"Even people who maybe don't have
such an active anti-war community are
still willing to express themselves,"
Holbrook said.

I

SADDAM
Continued from Page1A
With nearly 300,000 U.S. and
British troops in the Persian Gulf
ready to strike, Bush and the lead-
ers of Britain and Spain at an emer-
gency summit in the Azores Islands
said the United Nations must decide
by today to support "the immediate
and unconditional disarmament" of
Iraq.
Saddam made his own preparations,
sidestepping the military chain of
command to place one of his sons and

three other trusted aides in charge of
the defense of the nation. The decree
issued late Saturday placed Iraq on a
war footing.
In a meeting with military com-
manders yesterday, the Iraqi leader
threatened a broader war if the United
States attacks.
"When the enemy starts a large-scale
battle, he must realize that the battle
between us will be open wherever there
is sky, land and water in the entire
world," Saddam told his commanders,
according to the official Iraqi News
Agency.

MARATHON

Continued from Page 1A
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CENTRAL / ATHLETIC CAMPUS 4 bdrm.
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CENTRAL CAMPUS: 5 bdrm. house.
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DOWNTOWN / MED. campus 4 bdrm.
Newer construction, $1700 starting May 1,
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DOWNTOWN / MED. campus 4 bdrm.
Newer construction, $1700 starting Sept. 1,
2003. (734) 323-3918.
EFF. NEAR UM Union. Hardwood flr.,
Sunny windows, Lg. closets, Ldry./prkg.
$665/mo. Avail. now! 846-4265.
FALL '03 SIX bedrooms & study, 3 bath-
rooms, great football parking, $2500/month.
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FALL 2 BDRM. near campus, town, upstairs,
mostly furn., free prkg. 12 mo. lease $850/mo.
Call 734-663-1639.
FALL 2003
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Great Locations & Amenities
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prkg. included. Call 761-8990 for details.
FALL 2003- HUGE 4 bdrm. bi-level pent-
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modern kitchen w/ dwshr., A/C, furn., free
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FALL, 2003- STUDIO furn. apartments. Call
Varsity Mgmt. for appt. 668-1100.
FURN. RM. W/ living space, avail. March 16
'03, Ann Arbor Woods. Close to bus stop, 5
min. from campus, $480/mo. Days: 761-7833,
evenings: 971-4146.
GREAT 6 BDRM. home for Fall 2003- located
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!!BARTENDERS WANTED, $300/DAY
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LARGE FURNISHED 2 & 3 bdrm. apt. on S.
State, Near UM bus stop, 5 min. to Michigan
Union. Avail. Now, Winter & Fall '03 lease.
Heat & water incl., 2-sink bath., Intercom/sec.
buzzer, New furniture, New appliance, Balc.,
A/C, Prkg., Ldry. For 2-4. $1100-$1600, no
smoking/no pets. 734-996-3539 or
734-678-7250, ehtseng@comcast.net
LARGE STUDIO- CENTRAL campus at
Tower Plaza, furn. full kitch. 1 full bath.
plenty of closet space, 24 hr. security & well lit
ldry. facilities, $800/mo. + elec. avail. Sept. '01
2003. CallEly 248-626-3800 ext. 116.
LOOKING FOR FEMALE grad. student to
lease, in August, 1 bdrm. in a townhouse.
Brand new. 2000 sq. ft. $550 + util(s). Fum. 5
mm. from central campus and hosp. 677-4383.
MAY LEASES AVAILABLE! Large con-
temporary 1&2 bedroom apts.741-9300.
MCKINLEY ST. SPACIOUS 1&2 bdrm.
apts. Bay windows, fireplace, balc., A/C, cov-
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Fall leases avail. 741-9300
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MEDICAL STUDENTS. AVAILABLE FALL.
Large efficiencies, one and two bedroom
apartments located near the Medical Campus.
Lots of Amenities. Call Michigan Realty,
662-5500 or www.michcomrealty.com. EHO.
MODERN 2 BDRM. apt. @ 1015 E. Ann. 2
blocks from hospital. $1165-1220/mo., 12
month lease, begins Aug. 29th. Prkg., Idry.,
no pets. 663-6138.
NEAR KERRYTOWN! GREAT LOCATION!
Spacious studio & 1 bdrm. apts. Fall leases
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NEAR U OF M STADIUM
Avail. Aug. 1st. 4 bdrm., 2 bath home with
common kitch. and living room. Off -street
prkg. and on-site laundry. $2200/mo. + util.
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NEAR UNION LARGE contemporary stu-
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NOW LEASING FOR Fall at Spring Prices
1 & 2 bedrooms starting at $659
734-761-1897.
OLD WEST SIDE- Great 1 & 2 furnished
bdrm. apts. for the economy-minded student.
Bus stops outside your door. Call 668-1100.
OLDY BUT GOODY - Great 2 bdrm. Apt.
w/lots of nooks & crannies. Call Varsity
Mgmt. for appt. 668-1100.
PETS WELCOME- CONTEMPORARY
1&2 bdrm. apts. Great campus locations. Call
for details 741-9300.

!!!FREE!!! SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET
apt. funder. 21 distinctive locations to choose
from. Studio to 3 bdrms. 741-9300.
1 OR 2 BDRM. avail. in 2 bdrm. apt. Spring/-
Summer Sublet fully furm. Price neg. Call Elise
@ 327-7646 or Divya @ 248-763-4449.
2 BDRM. APT. May-Aug. 1-3 people. 7 min.
to diag, A/C, prkg., dwshr., spacious! Price
neg. archmanor@umich.edu 734-347-1657.,
2 BDRM. SUBLET now-Aug rent neg. hard-
woods. free util., laundry, prkg., storage, bus,
near central campus 222-9058.
2 BDRM., I bath., (fum. or unfurn.) @ 5th &
Packard. Avail. 5/14-end of Aug. Huge
kitch., idry. in basement, prkg. for 2, $800/mo.
OBO. 846-1673.
536 ELM AVAIL. May-Aug. 6 bdrm. hse. w/
Free prkg., 2 full baths, wshrdryer, great lo-
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AVAIL. MAY-AUG. RMS. in 6 bdrm. hse.
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AVAIL. NOW WILLIAM & Division Sub-
lease. Eff. Sec. Buzzer, Laundry & Storage.
Gallatin Realty Co. 994-1202 ext. 16.
GREAT SPRING/SUMMER 1 bdrm. sublet
avail. Very Central Campus, located next to
Pizza House. Gas, H20, heat incl. Rent neg.
Contactjmftench@umich.edu or
@650-823-9135. Avail. 5/1-8/31.
MAY- AUG. SUBLET free prkg./ildry. great
loc., rent neg., 1-2 bdnn., 369-2843.
MAY-AUG. SUBLET 1 bdrm. 713 E. Kings-
ley, share w/ quiet female, unfurn., free prkg.,
$275/mo. neg. kgillis@umich.edu
SPRING/SUMMER OR SUMMER sublet.
Furn., free Idry. & prkg., fem. pref., 4 mins.
from campus. $400/mo. neg. Call 657-4903.
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET - 4 bdrm.
house, fum., free ldry., lots of prkg., near cam-
pus, $2000/mo. neg. call 332-1859.
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET, $400/MO.
neg. Great location, free prkg., wshrdryer.
Call 734-834-7256.
THIS IS WHAT you are looking for! Studio
@ 350 Thompson. Price neg. 332-3397.

$1500 WEEKLY POTENTIAL mailing our
circulars. Free information Call 203-683-0257.
**RESIDENT MANAGERS NEEDED.
Part time employment. Call Varsity Mgmt. at
668-1100.
ANIMAL CARETAKER !! Part time job
working w/ a colony of mice. Looking for re-
liability, cleanliness & agility. Needed 5-10
hrs./wk, $7+. If interested call 936-3164; ask
for Steve D.
BARTENDER POSITIONS! MAKE up to
$300/shift no exp. req., flexible hours, great
pay! call 800-806-0085 ext 1445.
BARTENDER TRAINEES NEEDED
$250 per day potential,.local positions
Calll-800-293-3985 ext. 504.
BARTENDERS, SERVERS, & beverage cart
servers needed. Also looking for golf course
maintenance workers. Positions avail, for
spring-fall. Apply in person at Stonebridge
Golf Club in A2, or call 734-429-8383 ext. 13.
CAMP WAYNE FOR GIRLS - Northeast
Pennsylvania (6/19-8/16/03) If you love chil-
dren and want a caring, fun environment we
need female staff as Directors and Instructors
for: Tennis, Golf, Gymnastics, Swimming,
Waterskiing, Sailing, Team Sports, Cheerlead-
ing, Ropes, Camping/Nature, Drama, Ceram-
ics, Photography, Videography, Silkscreen,
Batik, Printmaking, Sculpture, Calligraphy,
Guitar, Jewelry, Piano, Aerobics, Martial Arts,
Baking. Other positions: Group Leaders, Ad-
ministrative/Driver, Nurses (RN's). On Cam-
pus Interviews March 20th. Apply on-line at
www.campwaynegirls.com or call
1-800-279-3019.
CO-REC SLOW PITCH softball team seeks
women for season running May-July.
Email dsa@umich.edu
HAVE THE SUMMER of Your Life & Get
Paid For It!! Camp Counselors needed for
Tennis' Arts, Athletics, and more! Apply on-
line at www.pineforestcamp.com
IMMED. OPENING P/T janitorial 3rd shift in
A2 area. 248-332-4242.
INSTRUCTIONAL ASSISTANT NEEDED
in one of our mulit-age, k-2nd. grade class-
rooms, full-time position. Must be CPI certi-
fied, with prior experience working with Gen-
eral Ed. and Special Ed. students. Salary
$12/hr. Call Honey Creek Community School
at 994-2636 or visit hc.washkl2.mi.us
JUNGLE MARKETING GROUP. HOME
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or email malong@tbigj.com
LIKE TO SMILE? Energetic individuals
needed for busy but fun apt. leasing office. P/T
to start, F/T in summer, Saturdays req., thru
Labor Day. Send resume or apply to 1099
Maiden lane Ann Arbor 48105. 665-4331.
fax:665-2354. islanddrive@mindspring.com
MAKE MONEY WHILE in college, serious
inquiries only. Call (734)913 -0686.
MICHIGAN TELEFUND NOW hiring stu-
dents for flexible night and weekend sched-
ules. Fun work atmosphere and great job ex-
perience. Start at $7.25/hr. plus nightly
bonuses. Apply online or stop by 611 Church,
Suite 4F. www.telefund.umich.edu. 998-7420.
MOVIE EXTRAS/ MODELS NEEDED!!
No experience necessary. Earn up to $150-
$450 per day! Call 1-888-820-0164 ext. 1079.
PROFESSOR SEEKS EXPERIENCED
Jack-of-all-trades for help around the home.
$12/hr. Call 761-6549.
SALES LEADERS
INT'L Co. Expanding in the Greater Metro area.
Seeking exp. leader in Sales and/or Marketing,
P/T & F/T avail. $50k + (Commission) 1st yr.
Call 248-746-3399 for local interview.

STUDENT NEEDED FOR duties incl. child-
care (2 girls: 6, 8) Hse. hold org., pet sitting,
yard work, etc. Part or full-time, unlimited hrs.
avail. for the right person. Kerrytown area,
start immed. @ $10/hr. Call 996-0119.
SUBSTITUTE TEACHER LONG-TERM
needed to fill a full school day, multi-age. 3rd.
-5th grade classroom position. Must be a certi-
fied teacher. Call Honey Creek Community
School at 994-2636 or visit hc.washkl2ini.us
TEEN PROGRAM COORDINATOR (F/T).
Experienced; for the Ann Arbor YMCA.
Must have excellent communication skills,
good driving record, knowledge of service
learning & community programs, & strong
grant writing skills. Send resume: Sam
Humphrey, 350 S. 5th Ave., Ann Arbor, MI
48104. Resumes until March 30th. EOE.
TEMPLE BETH EMETH, the local Reform
synagogue, is hiring a high school youth group
advisor. For more info., please contact Cantor
Rose at arose@templebethemeth.org
TUTOR NEEDED 8TH grade core subjects
homework, 3 sessions/wk. $75 must have
transportation. 734-995-9732.

**CHILDCARE FOR 2 & 6 yr. old boys. 15-
20 hrs./wk. In home. Spr./su. and possibly be-
yond. N-smkr.w/trans. $8-10/hr. 971-1519.
CHILD CARE PROVIDER NEEDED - 30
to 40 hrs/wk. for infant and 5-year-old in our
vegetarian home in Ann Arbor. Experienced,
CPR-trained, non-smoking, own transportation
required. $10-$15/hr. depending on experi-
ence and references. Paid vacation and holi-
days; option for health insurance. More hours
in summer months. Other opportunities to
make $$. Call 662- 6798 or email
mattlak@sprynet.com
LIVE-IN NANNY NEEDED. Free apt. in ex-
change for 16-20 hrs./wk. child care. Start
Spring or Fall 2003. Call Katie at 213-0889.
MOTHER'S HELPER NEEDED l~Mon.-Fri.,
3-6PM.1 child21/2yearsold.327-9781.

AAPS COMMUNITY ED. & Rec is looking
for Swim Instructors for Spring Session (Apr.
28 - June 14) & Summer Session (mid-June -
mid-Aug.). Weekday and Sat. shifts avail.
Desired Qualifications: W.S.I. & LGT. For
more info please call 994-2300 ext. 232. EOE.
EARLY CHILDHOOD SUBSTITUTES
needed, no exp., will train. Fun job working
w/ young children, Call St. Paul Early Child-
hood Center 668-0887.
FUN SUMMER JOB! Starting Apr. Early
Childhood Center needs your help closing
Mon.-Fri. 3:30-5:30. Call St. Paul Early
Childhood Center 668-0887.
MURRAY HOTEL MACKINAC ISLAND.
Group sales asst. Duties include placing group
reservations, organizing group activities, assist-
ing managers, training new desk clerks, help-
ing w/hotel reservations, projects, group re-
ceivables and paperwork. 6 days/wk.,
8 hrs./day, $8/hr. + overtime. 800-462-2546 or
mackinac@mich.com
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT, FULL TIME,
work outside, opportunity for advancement.
make $3000-5000. P/T avail. now. 1-888-
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SWIMMING POOL SERVICE and
construction. Fast paced outdoor work,
Weekends off. Top pay for hard working, self
motivated people to work in the NW
DETRO1T SUBS. 248-477-7727.
TENNIS COUNSELORS - Camp Laurel, a
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tennis counselors for the summer, June 17
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