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RALLI ES
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showing how you feel," Thomas said. "I want
people to have the opportunity (for higher edu-
cation), and it's important that we are a racially
diverse student body."
In addition to the buses sponsored by SSAA
and BAMN, the Michigan Student Assembly
sponsored and chaperoned six buses for the
overnight trip to Washington. Unlike the SSAA
buses, MSA called its vehicles nonpartisan -
meaning that both students supporting and
opposing University admissions policies were
welcome to board them.
"MSA gave money so that all students,
regardless of political affiliation, could partici-
pate," Pete Woiwode, SSAA organizer, said.
Nearly 700 students raced to claim seats on the
MSA and SSAA buses, he added.
"The list took basically no time at all to fill,"
Woiwode said. "Hours after the sign-ups
opened, they were already filled."
But Woiwode said although he invited all
MSA affiliates to the rally, mainly advocates

of the race-conscious admissions rode the
buses to Washington. As the rally gained
strength in the gray April morning, students
protesting race-conscious admissions were
conspicuously absent.
"Saying you're against affirmative action
when the predominant ethos is against you
takes a lot of balls," said Michigan Review
Editor in Chief James Justin Wilson, who
camped outside the courthouse for two nights
in order to hear the arguments firsthand. "The
very nature of conservatism is to keep your
mouth shut."'
Apart from staffers of the Review and The
Michigan Daily, no other University students
attempted to gain admission to the courtroom
by weathering the cold.
"You can't show these numbers in the
courtroom," LSA sophomore Nathan Cohen
said, referring to the thousands of protesters at
the rallies. "I did the courtroom thing in high
school. It was like, we all crammed into the
courtroom, taking up space of people who
were more interested."
During BAMN's midday rally at the Lincoln

Memorial, several students and social action
moguls gave speeches advocating -race-con-
scious admissions. As planes heading toward
Washington's Ronald Reagan National Airport
clipped the sky above the Reflecting Pool, stu-
dents carrying signs and sporting BAMN T-
shirts gathered on the memorial steps by the
thousands to listen and to cheer.
"The fact is, none of us has ever wanted race
to be a factor in society,'!' former Michigan 36th
District Court Judge Greg Mathis said.
"I am one judge who is not afraid of admit-
ting I benefited from affirmative action."
"Ultimately, most people agree that diversi-
ty is important," Rackham student Neali Hen-
drix said. "A diverse student body brings
diverse experiences and breeds new ideas."
Although protesters said the University's
admissions policies were the impetus behind
the rallies, they added that the outcome of the
lawsuits will have far-reaching resonance.
"I have a younger brother, he's 14," said
LSA junior Brandis Taylor, an SSAA mem-
ber. "In all honesty, I'm doing this for him. I
feel like I have a duty to him."

WAR
Continued from Page 1
dam's elite Republican Guard was taking its
toll.
"Some of them have been degraded to pretty
low percentages of combat capability, below 50
percent in ... at least two cases, and we continue
to work on them," Gen. Richard Myers, chairman
of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said at the Pentagon.
Despite the summons to jihad issued in Sad-
dam's name, British officials said two would-be
suicide attackers had turned themselves in to
troops in Umm Qasr. "They didn't want to be sui-
cide bombers any more," said British Col. Steve
Cox. "We are accommodating them."
Other British and American officials said there
was a growing list of Iraqi civilians shedding
their initial reluctance to assist forces fighting
Saddam's regime.
Troops worked to win the trust of Iraqis,;
keeping in mind that many still recall promises
of liberation in the 1991 Gulf War only to find
Saddam's forces returned unhindered when
coalition forces withdrew.

Lights went on for the first time in weeks in
the port city of Umm Qasr, firmly under
British control. Some British forces in south-
ern Iraq were wearing berets in public, shed-
ding their more warlike helmets in areas
deemed safe.
Lynch, a supply clerk, was reported missing
March 23 along with 11 other U.S. soldiers
from the 507th Maintenance Company, based
at Fort Bliss, Texas, after an ambush near
Nasiriyah.
Separately, the Navy said two pilots were
rescued, both in good condition, after their F-
14 Tomcat crashed in southern Iraq. The plane
was on a combat mission, but the crash was
not believed due to hostile fire.
The American and British bombing was
constant - large explosions reverberated
around Baghdad - punctuated by a series of
small ground engagements an a sweeping arc
to the south of the capital.
A Marine official said heavy bombing was
carried out around Kut, southeast of Baghdad,
adding that ground forces have secured an air
base farther to the south, at Qalat Sukkar, that

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RIVER'S EDGE APARTMENTS !!!! Why
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AVAIL. MAY - AUG. - 2 bdrm. at 1600
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FEMALE SUBLET AVAIL. NOW! 1 bdrm.
in 6 bdrm. house, 2 blocks from campus.
$450/mo. neg., prkg., dwshr., ldry., cable.
jbucks@umich.edu or 313-303-7008.
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GREAT LOC. multiple room avail. Sp/sum-
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Close to bars. Call Maggie @ 734-223-0372.
GREAT SUMMER SUBLET 5 bdrm. hse.
close to law school. Contact Kim at 764-2004.
SPRING/ SUMMER SUBLET, 2 bdrm. bi-
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ms., balcony, rent neg. Call 734-276-2241.
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SUMMER SUBLET AVAIL. May converted
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half mi. to campus, A/C, ldry., prkg, dwshr.,
quiet, clean, heat & water incl. $985/mo. Bike
to campus or close to AATA bus. 214-2992.
FALL EFF. W/ kitch./bath. $500/neg. util.
incl. furn., 2 min. to Diag 647-1600
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near E.Quad. 12 mo. lease. $1250/mo., Furn.,
heat/water incl., prkg. optional. 994-7563.
LARGE FURNISHED 2 & 3 bdrm. apt. on S.
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Heat & water incl., 2-sink bath., Intercom/sec.
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LAW FIRM SEEKS: F/T Legal Assistant.
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LIKE TO SMILE? Energetic individuals
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MICHIGAN TELEFUND NOW hiring stu-
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bonuses. Apply online or stop by 611 Church,
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PAID EXPERIMENT $10-30. Fun group
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PART-TIME BABYSITTER FOR 4 & 6 yr.
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WANTED: STUDENT EVENT ASSISTANTS
for Fall '03 and Winter '04: Persons will be re-
sponsible for assisting in the development, im-
plementation, and promotions of entertain-
ment, musical, cultural and educational pro-
grams for the Michigan League, including col-
laborative programming with student groups
and units. Experience in planning and promot-
ing student-initiated activities is desirable; must
be creative, reliable, self-motivated, able to
work well with diverse groups and able to
work at least 10-12 hours/week including oc-
casional evenings and weekends. Contact the
Michigan League Programming Office, 911
N. University, Phone: (734) 763-4652 and
email progleague@umich.edu
WANTED: STUDENT GRAPHIC DESIGNER
for Fall '03 and Winter '04: Responsibilities in-
clude designing flyers, display and advertise-
ment for student programs (i.e. musical, enter-
tainment, cultural, educational) at the Michgian
League, including updating the League Pro-
gramming web site. Must have a print and web
design knowledge including maintaing and de-
signing websides using Dreamweaver, as well
as experience in Illustrator 10, Photoshop,
Pagemaker; must be creative, flexible, and able
to work 8-10 hours/week. Possibility of start-
ing in mid-June or July. Starting wage: $8.00
Contact the Michigan League Programming
Office, 911 N. University, Phone: (734) 763-
4652 and email progleague@umich.edu

2 CHILDREN ALMOST 4 & 2, looking for
caring, fun-loving babysitter. Needed immed.
for Tues. mornings, then beginning in May for
Tues. AND Thurs. mornings. Own transporta-
tion & ref(s). req. Please call 623-9545.
BABYSITTER NEEDED FOR 2 children,
ages 5 & 1, approx. every other Thurs., 7-11
pm, flex., $12/hr. DOE. Ref(s). req. Stacy
487-1816.
EXPERIENCED CHILDCARE PROVIDER
wanted for prof. family with three kids. Hr(s).
and salary flex., transportation req., 973-6054.
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.
SUM. CHILD CARE, creative/playful sitter
for boy (7) & girl (5) in Burns Park. 21
hrs/week Mon., Tues., & Fri., exp. and ref(s).
June 17th - Aug., $250/week. 995-5399.

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M. 734-994-5966.

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from. Studio to 3 bdnms. 741-9300.
1 BDRM. APT. w/ prkg. on State by Law
Quad. $450/mo. 223-3236.
1 BDRM. AVAIL. now-Aug., Glencoe Hills,
$350/mo., 846-3537, price neg.
1 BDRM. FEMALE sublet spr./sum., on For-
est, 5 min. to Diag. Furn., A/C, 248-770-9110.
1 BDRM. NEAR Med. Center. Park, pool,
downtown. Hardwood, H20 paid, off-street
prkg. $685/mo. Avail. May. 734-214-0545.
1 BDRM. W/new everything, Light &Airy.
good for 2 people @ Stadium & Pauline Rd.
Summer Availability, $400. Mike 476-5394.
1 BDRM., MAY-AUG. State and Packard,
Free parking, ldry. A/C. Furn. Price neg.

!!BARTENDERS WANTED, $300/DAY
potential, no experience necessary, training
provided. 800-965-6520 ext.125
$1500 WEEKLY POTENTIAL mailing our
circulars. Free information Call 203-683-0257.
**RESIDENT MANAGERS NEEDED.
Part time employment. Call Varsity Mgmt. at
668-1100.
ANGELO'S ON THE SIDE
Accepting applics. for full/part time, counter
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ply Mon. -Fri.. between2-4, 1100 E. Cathrine.
APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT FIRM
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BARTENDER POSITIONS! MAKE up to
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pay! call 800-806-0085 ext 1445.

*SIXTH HOUSEMATE NEEDED for 5 fe-
males sharing really nice house in central cam-
pus area. Private room. kdecker@umich.edu
6TH FEM. ROOMMATE needed - Sept.-
May for fantastic 6 bdrm./2 kitch./2 bath house
on E. University, free prkg./ldry. A/C, furn.
$500 + utils. shhart@aol.com or 971-4980.
ONE ROOMMATE MALE/FEMALE
needed for May '03-'04 lease. Own room in 3
bdrm. apt. on E.Jefferson. 734-560-7915.
ONE ROOMMATE NEEDED for Fall '03-
'04 for 2 bdrm. town hse. near IM building,
sbenton@umich.edu
THREE GREAT GUYS looking for fourth
roommate to join in Sept.'03-Sept.'04 lease in
spacious apt. on Walnut St. Call 764-5889.

COUNSELORS WANTED: SHARE a re-
warding experience working with and mentor-
ing middle/high school students this summer in
a dynamic fast-paced environment at U. of
Michigan, Georgetown U., U of Vermont,
UCLA, UC San Diego, or UC Santa Barbara.
Applicants must be 21 by June 20th & hold a
valid driver's license. To learn more about this
opportunity, please call 800-645-6611 x558 or
visit our website at: www.sumerfim.com.
EARLY CHILDHOOD SUBSTITUTES
needed, no exp., will train. Fun job working
w/ young children, Call St. Paul Early Child-
hood Center 668-0887.

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