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PRIMARY
Continued from Page 1
ing to work ten hours a week.
"I like Edwards. I think he is it. All the issues he
is speaking of are a basic analysis of what's wrong
with this frickin' country," said Edward Bailey, a
local elementary school teacher.
Bailey said that although he is unable to vote
because of his British citizenship, he still feels it
is his responsibility to promote the candidacy of
John Edwards.
"He simply has heart," Bailey added.
Lieberman
Joe Lieberman took a lighter approach to cam-
paigning in Manchester last night. He gathered
with a group of supporters at a local tavern, opt-
ing against a large town hall meeting like Dean
and Edwards, or a city hall speech like Clark.
Instead of spending most of his time dis-
h cussing issues, Lieberman choose to highlight his
character.
"I'm the only candidate to have only one posi-
tion on every issue," Lieberman said. "Issues and
ideas are important, but it's all about the candi-
dates (character)."
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Lieberman finished his speech by with a brief
call for expanded health care, the creation of 10
million jobs in four years, a decrease in the pover-
ty level and a reduction by two-thirds of the US.
dependence on foreign sources of energy.
Evelyn Janas, a 56 year-old social worker
from Manchester, said she woke up yesterday
undecided between Edwards and Lieberman.
After hearing their speeches, she said she
would vote for Lieberman.
"He's experienced. I would say that I just
feel trust in him," Janas said, adding that her
positive feelings from when Lieberman ran for
vice president in 2000 were another factor in
his appeal.
Midway through Lieberman's speech, an
elderly man hollered, "Who is the dame in the
red sweater," referring to Lieberman's wife,
Hadassah Lieberman.
"You know ... you are a dirty old man,"
Lieberman replied jokingly. "One of the other
candidates has Madonna, I have Hadassah."
U.S. Rep. Dennis Kucinich of Ohio amd the
Rev. Al Sharpton, both candidates in tomor-
row's primary, did not campaign in Manchester
yesterday.

KERRY
Continued from Page 1
ilege for those who can afford it but a right,"
Kerry said. "I am running for president to
restore a concept called fundamental fairness."
Candidates like retired general Wesley
Clark and Sen. John Edwards of North Caroli-
na have similar policy plans for health care
and education, largely based on refuting Pres-
ident Bush's current policies.
But the Democrats have also been careful
in their campaign appearances not wanting to
portray themselves as Washington "insiders."
Kerry has also resolved to "scrub the tax
code" to prevent tax breaks from being pre-
sented to interest groups who donate to presi-
dential campaigns.
The finale in Kerry's most recent speeches
has dealt with what he calls the failures of
President Bush. "And when you add up all
the deficits of the country it will become
clear that the one man who deserves to be
laid off is George W Bush," Kerry said.
A similar sentiment was echoed in his vic-
tory speech in Des Moines, "We're coming.

You're going. And don't let the door hit you
on the way out!"
While seeking to avoid a reputation as an
"insider," Kerry has used his five terms and 20
years as a senator to highlight his policy-mak-
ing experience. The endorsements of a number
of unions, including the International Associa-
tion of Firefighters, greatly boosts Kerry's
standing with a constituency whose favored
candidate, Rep. Richard Gephardt of Missouri
withdrew from the race last week.
Kerry draws support from a similar audi-
ence due to his plans to repeal tax cuts for
high-end wage earners while maintaining cuts
for the middle classes. "I think when he gets
up in front (of a large crowd) he comes across
as a little stand-offish," said John Rasmussen,
a member of the Iowa Association of Fire
Fighters. "In smaller groups it's a lot different.
He's emotional and connects with people."
But Kerry's leading status in polls has not
come without criticism, the bulk of which has
been received from the media and other can-
didates who question his charisma and incon-
sistency on issues.
"I question if (the fact that Kerry is dull) is

what people actually think or if it's just what
they've been told," said Stephanie Pilat, Rack-
ham student and member of Students for
Kerry. "I realize he is seen as not being fiery
but I guess that's not something I've seen."
"I think he does get fired up but he has to
stay in control," said Dawn Van Dyke Presi-
dent of Iowa Students for Kerry. "Passion is a
part of human emotion and a presidential
quality is keeping that under control."
On the campaign trail, Kerry has used his
experience in the Vietnam War to build sup-
port for his national defense policies. He has
also criticized Bush for his lack of knowledge
of warfare and the prolonged involvement in
Iraq. "I look forward to reminding them
(Bush Administration) that I know something
about aircraft carriers," Kerry said. "And if
George W. Bush wants to run based on nation-
al security ... bring it on! Let's make 'mission
accomplished' a reality."
Edwards, the runner-up in Iowa, has enjoyed
an 8 percent growth in the Newsweek poll and
other candidates have remained virtually the
same. Former Vermont governor Howard Dean
has slipped down to 12 percent last Thursday.

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for a personalized tour call
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ACT, SAT, DAT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT &
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CLERK. WORK-STUDY eligible. Duties in-
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data entry, photocopying, graphics & slide
production, and filing. Applicant will process
lab correspondence, perform library lit.
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use a number of software applications (MS
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nec. Position is part-time (15-20 hrs/wk).
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HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for
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travel. For more info., please contact Kevin
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HOUSE/PET SITTER NEEDED occasion-
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NOW HIRING STUDENTS for summer. Po-
sitions will be 40 hrs./wk. at $7.25/hr. Job
will include assisting students and parents
with orientation registration, answering of
telephones, and special projects. Must be
friendly, motivated and willing to provide in-
formation/assistance. Applications are avail-
able until February 6th at 3511 Student Activ-
ities Building.
PHYSICAL ASST. NEEDED for disabled
male law student. Pay neg., well trained, call
Chris at 734-761-9551.
RESEARCH PARTICIPANTS NEEDED
Study on Challenges to
Attending College Faced by young
adults who are in or were in
FOSTER CARE.
Interested in identifying factors that
encouraged or discouraged foster care
youth from attending college. Involves
a 60-90 minute interview. Will be
compensated. If interested, call
Dr. Rosalind Folman, 734-737-0405.
If not in, leave message.
SALES DEVELOPMENT & Telemarketing
positions in AA. Send background letter &
resume, including salary requirements, to:
Suzanne Morrison, Geac, 555 Briarwood
Circle, Ann Arbor, MI 48108;
Fax (734) 769-6943; email:
Suzanne.Morrison@geac.com
STOMACH PAIN BOTHERING YOU? If you
experience unexplained pain or discomfort in
your upper abdomen, the Divison of Gastroen-
terology at the UM. invites you to take part in
a research study looking at the effects of medi-
cation in reducing your symptoms. Partcipa-
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man ctr. over 2 mos. No medical procedures
are involved other than a blood test. Financial
compensation for participation provided, Inter-
ested? Call 734-936-2761
VOLUNTEERS WITH TOURETTE'S
Syndrome Needed
Thirty Tourette's syndrome and 30 control
subjects will participate in 1 or more PET
(positron emission tomography) scans and an
MRI scan. All subjects will undergo a history
and neurological examination. Travel to Ann
Arbor, MI is necessary for participation. Vol-
unteer fees are paid and some support of
travel costs is avail. Eligible subjects must be:
-Adults (18 years or older) with well docu-
mented Thurette syndrome diagnosis.
-No neurologic condition other than Tourette
syndrome. (e.g. individuals with a history of
stroke, developmental disability, dystonia,
Parkinson disease, or marked head trauma
are not eligible.)
-No history of psychosis, schizophrenia or re-
cent severe depression.
-Free of neurologic or psychoactive medica-
tions for 6 months. This includes dopamine
antagonists such as haloperidol (Haldol), pi-
mozide (Orap), risperidone (Risperdal) and
psychostimulants (Ritalin, Adderal and Con-
certa). Use of adrenergic agonists like cloni-
dine (Catapress) or guanfacine (Tenex) and
antidepressants are acceptable.
-Those interested in learning more about this
study should contact Kris Wernette RN MS
at the University of Michigan between 9am
and 4pm at 1-866-884-0007 (toll free) or lo-
cally at 734-936-5894 and leave a message
and daytime number where you can be
reached.

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1 BDRM. AVAIL. out of a 3 bdrm. apt.
$300/mo. Price neg. Female only.
Call 734883-4180 orrojasa@umich.edu
1015 W. HURON - Furnished, remodeled 2
bdrn. apt. For apt. call 668-1100.
543 CHURCH ST. Bi-level apt. Avail. imme-
diately. Air, balc. Rent neg. Call 668-1100.
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AVAIL. NOW THRU August! Quaint 1
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Recently remodeled & fully furn. Beautiful
bath., private 2nd story deck, on-site ldry.
Call 734-834-0763 for more info.
WINTER OR SUMMER sublet on Thomp-
son 5 minutes from Diag. 1 single in a house
with 6 guys, semi-private bath on first floor.
Price is neg. Contact: nsudame@umich.edu

FRATERNITIES - SORORITIES
Clubs - Student Groups
Earn $1,000-$2,000 this semester with a
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GOT PAIN? DR. Jayson Epstein, chiroprac-
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Near U of M. 734-9945966.

MACKINAC ISLAND RESORT hotel and
fine dining resteraunt seeking summer staff,
Iroquois Hotel 906-643-8293.
Iroquois@lighthouse.net

GREAT SPORTSWEAR! GREAT PRICES!
Jackets, Warmups, Bags, Blankets etc.
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!!!!!"MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION!!!!!!
Quick Tumaround. Reasonable Rates.
(734)461-2946.
COLLEGE CLEANERS: PROF. Dry Clean-
ing & Ldry. Free summer storage. 715 N.
University. Next to Hill Aud. 662-1906.

ANN ARBOR FAMILY w/2 children needs
responsible babysitter for occasional babysit-
ting. Car necessary. Week of Feb. 23rd essen-
tial. Please call 662-3062.
BABYSITTER NEEDED TO pickup 6 year
old boy from school, & bring him home, 3-5
days/wk. from 3:30-6:30 p.m., must be car-
ing, & have reliable trans., & childcare exp.
Ca~ll 6685-227 or email mtnnogevnmvidene

LOOKING FOR A ROOMMATE?
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$450/bdrm.$250/deposit Short termleases
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