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ECONOMY
Continued from Page 12
the future.
Although the markets skyrocketed
yesterday, according to experts, the
short-term performances of the markets
and the economy are hard to predict.
"It's sort of a psychological reaction
to the fact that something is going to
happen that will cause resolution to go
either one way or another," Business
Prof. Richard Sloan said. "It's hard to
see any concrete economic implication

at this point." Seyhun said the strength
of the U.S. economy will pick up once
the war is over with relaxed oil prices
and rebounded dollar exchange rates.
But Sloan said the impact of the war
with Iraq would depend on the develop-
ment of the situation.
"One thing that could happen is that
things get wiped up pretty quickly, oil
prices come down, and that could sort of
revitalize the economy," Sloan said. "But
if things get blocked down and there's a
good chance that we'd just stuck in the
bottom of the cycle like we are now."

STUDENTS
Continued from Page 1
anything new," she said. "It's kind of
depressing that this is what it's come
to - that (President Bush) isn't
going to take into account what peo-
ple around the world think."
Editor in Chief of the Michigan
Review James Justin Wilson said he
supports Bush. He reacted to Bush's
message to the Iraqi people. "The
Iraqis are the innocent victims of this
conflict," he said. "The U.S. is not
going after Iraqi civilians." Wilson
added that during the first Gulf War,
Saddam put childcare facilities on top

"It's kind of
depressing that this is
what it's come to -
that (Bush) isn't going
to take into account
what people around
the world think."
- Emily Kearns
Anti-War Action! member
of military installations as human
shields.

ALERT
Continued from Page 1 .
worldwide television audience.
An intense White House debate over whether
to establish a timetable was settled hours before
the president's speech. Some argued that Bush
should not set a deadline because Saddam could
use the notice to build opposition to the presi-
dent's case or even launch a pre-emptive strike.
Bush told journalists and weapons inspectors
to leave Iraq immediately.
He issued his ultimatum after U.N. allies
refused to back his bid for a resolution sanc-
tioning military force. The diplomatic defeat
led Bush to move toward war accompanied by
Britain, Spain, Australia and a handful of
other nations in his self-described "coalition
of the willing."
He lashed out at France and other wary allies at
the U.N. "These governments share our assess-
ment of the danger but not our resolve to meet it,"
Bush said.
For the first time since he drew the nation's
attention to Iraq last fall, Bush focused on the
questions most asked by Americans: Why war?
And why now?
Spelling out the threat, he said Saddam has a
history of hating America, has ties to terrorists
and is a destabilizing force in the Middle East.
Primarily, he said Saddam could turn his weapons
of mass destruction over to terrorist groups.

"Before the day of horror can come, before
it is too late to act, this danger will be
removed," Bush said.
Iraq denied it has weapons of mass destruction,
and Bush offered no new evidence to counter
Baghdad's assertion.
Poised to exercise his doctrine of pre-emptive
military action, Bush said responding to enemies
who strike first "is not self-defense. It is suicide.
The security of the world requires disarming Sad-
dam Hussein now."
Bush said that after 12 years of diplomacy and
weapons inspections, "our good faith has not
been returned. The Iraqi regime has used diplo-
macy as a ploy to gain time and advantage."
Bush addressed Iraqi troops directly.
"If war comes, do not fight for a dying regime
that is not worth your own life," Bush said. He
told soldiers to listen carefully to his warning that
they should not destroy oil wells or use weapons
of mass destruction.
To civilians in Iraq he said, "If we must begin a
military campaign it will be directed to lawless
men who direct your country and not at you."
He pledged the United States would provide
food, medicine and other assistance as Iraq recov-
ers from war.
The address came 24 hours after Bush's return
from an Atlantic island summit, where he joined
with allies from Britain and Spain to give the
U.N. Security Council one day consent to disarm-
ing Saddam with force.

PROTESTS
Continued from Page 1
Some plans for the first day or two of war are writ large,
like paralyzing traffic with bicycles and cars and disrupting
commerce in San Francisco's financial district. Others are
small, like showing a single lit candle on a website of the
United Church of Christ.
Some are meant to be noisy, like a march in Portsmouth,
N.H., with clanging pots and pans. Others will be quiet and
solemn, like a vigil in Ann Arbor with Christian, Jewish and
Muslim prayers.
Many groups intend to carry out die-ins, where
activists lie on the ground to symbolize war victims and
to block passers-by. Some students at Swarthmore Col-
lege, in Pennsylvania, intend to lower campus flags to
half-staff.
However, in Columbia, S.C., activists hope to serve up
satire, making fun of the government's anti-terrorism advice
to homeowners. They want to plaster a federal building with
duct tape and plastic sheeting.
Gordon Clark, the national coordinator of the Iraq Pledge
of Resistance, said acts of civil disobedience - with the
risk of arrest - have been set up at more than 50 cities.
"When you get to the point that the war actually begins,
that's a point when many ... feel they have to take the
strongest action they can personally take," he said.
It was not clear how many supporters would follow
through with illegal actions, faced with possible arrest.
However, in Philadelphia, organizer Robert Smith said at
least 50 activists, both young and middle-aged, were ready
to block entrances of a federal building.

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RIVER'S EDGE APARTMENTS !!!! Why
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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.,
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LARGE STUDIO- CENTRAL campus at
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plenty of closet space, 24 hr. security & well lit
Idry. facilities, $800/mo. + elec. avail. Sept. 01
2003. Call Ely 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
min. from central campus and hosp. 677-4383.
MAY 2003-MAY 2004 lease 907 Greenwood
$550/mo. + util. Sharing w/5 other girls, but
you have you own bdrm. 810-664-8654
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MCKINLEY ST. SPACIOUS 1&2 bdrm.
apts. Bay windows, fireplace, balc., A/C, cov-
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2 BDRM. APT. May-Aug. 1-3 people. 7 min.
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AVAIL.IMMED. FOR SUBLET $475/mo. plus
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AVAIL. MAY-AUG. RMS. in 6 bdrm. hse.
$400/mo, utils. incl., 5 min. from Diag. Call
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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.
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MAY- AUG. SUBLET free prkg./ldry. great
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CO-REC SLOW PITCH softball team seeks
women for season running May-July.
Email dsa@umich.edu
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SCOREKEEPERS IS NOW hiring Cooks,
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ings. Bring your class schedule and apply to-
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ST. THOMAS GRADE School seeks
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w/early childhood backgrounjd. Fax resume
by March28 to 734-769-9078.
STUDENT NEEDED FOR duties incl. child-
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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.wash.k12.mi.us
TEACH ENGLISH OVERSEAS: Jobs $$
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days in-class (Windsor, May 7-11) on-line or
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TEEN PROGRAM COORDINATOR (F/T).
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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
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transportation. 734-995-9732.

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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, Ropes,
Camping/Nature, Drama, Ceramics, Videogra-
phy, Silkscreen, Batik, Calligraphy, Guitar,
Jewelry, Piano, Aerobics, Martial Arts, Bak-
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