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BACKUP an in-person visit to the sandwich shop
and interviewed people, inspected the
Continued from Page 1A area and concluded that everything had
Thursday, Tierno said business was slow been handled properly and that there had
in the entire building that day, not not been a risk to the community," said
because of the backup but probably due OSEH spokeswoman Diane Brown. "He
to weather conditions. was told they had stopped preparing
But employees interviewed Thurs- food the minute this occurred yesterday.
day expressed concern about the Uni- ... The fluids had been cleaned up and
versity's handling of the wastewater the area had been disinfected and then
backup. An Earl of Sandwich employ- re-disinfected."
ee speaking on the condition of No non-University offices were
anonymity said a serious sewage back- involved in dealing with the waste-
up was present when she came into the water backup, according to Rullman.
store at 11 a.m., and that the "situation "If it is a really, really bad situation,
just didn't look right." we ask for help (from non-University
The employee said the store manag- facilities)," Rullman said. "But because
er was planning to close the store down we are a state institution, we conform to
for the entire day, before University all state health codes."
officials ordered it to stay open. The University's restaurant man-
The University had a food sanitari- agers are all ServeSafe Certified by the
an visit the restaurant and assess the National Restaurant Association, Tier-
situation to make sure no employees no said. "We would never jeopardize
and customers were in danger. the safety of our employees and cus-
"One of our food sanitarians did make tomers," he added.
the michigan daily .

BAMN
Continued from Page 1A
Clinton Twp.) said MCRI had constitu-
tional attorneys work on the amend-
ment, and that the group's decision to
amend the constitution is justified.
"Apparently the constitution which we
thought prohibited discrimination does
not," he said.
Drolet also questioned the legal
basis of the lawsuit. "I do question the
lawsuit's decision to go after content of
the petition using the Board of Can-
vassers as their target," he said. Drolet
said that judging content is not offi-
cially under the board's purview. Their
job is to examine the formatting -
such as font size, the placement of cer-
tain clauses and the inclusion of cer-
tain mandatory phrases.
Similar ballot initiatives have faced
lawsuits in the past. Justin Jones, direc-
tor of policy and planning for the
American Civil Rights Coalition, said

the group had about 14 lawsuits in
California and Washington. ACRC is
MCRI's parent organization.
California banned race-conscious
policies in public institutions in 1996.
Washington passed a similar measure in
1998. Both decisions were due to simi-
lar ballot initiatives begun by ACRC.
"I don't even think they think they're
going to win. We've seen this before in
other states," Drolet said.
But most of those lawsuits were
filed after the petition drive had suc-
ceeded and the issue was on the ballot,
Washington said.
A number of organizations have
backed BAMN's legal efforts. These
include Democratic presidential candi-
date Al Sharpton, the Michigan Leg-
islative Black Caucus, two chapters of
the American Federation of State,
County and Municipal Employees and
United for Equality and Affirmative
Action, which intervened with BAMN
in this summer's U.S. Supreme Court

case on the University's admissions
policies. Both Sharpton and the Black
Caucus were recently added as plain-
tiffs in the case.
Despite this opposition, MCRI's peti-
tion drive continues. The group has
spent the past month enlisting support-
ers, mailing petitions and acquiring
funds. They have received a marginal
amount of signatures, but Drolet said he
did not have specific numbers.
In January, one week after the
MCRI campaign officially began, the
initiative received an unexpected flood
of supportive responses, Drolet said.
He said MCRI currently has enough
volunteers focusing on mailing peti-
tions instead of going door-to-door in
the cold weather. MCRI hopes to even-
tually send out "tens of thousands" of
petitions per week, he said.
Funding, which has been a concern
since the beginning of the campaign,
continues to come in, though in small-
er portions than needed, Drolet said.

Young people across the state com-
mitted to the initiative such as college
Republican groups and the Young Amer-
icans for Freedom have begun to collect
signatures. The state's Libertarian Party
has also pledged support, even as the
state Republican Party has formally
denounced the campaign, Drolet said.
University YAF co-chair and LSA
sophomore Laura Davis said that her
group has and will continue to collect
signatures in the Michigan Union.
Last Friday, while members of
YAF collected signatures in the
Union basement, BAMN protested as
students signed in support of the ini-
tiative. As petition supporters signed,
BAMN protesters occasionally cried
out "racist."
"We are launching a 'Decline to Sign'
campaign that will be a rigorous First
Amendment campaign to engage the
petitioners in debate over affirmative
action," BAMN national co-chair Luke
Massie said.

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Bedroom Apartments
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FOR RENT FALL 2004. 6 bdrm. hse. @
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Call PMSI665-5552.
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GREAT HOUSE-SEPT. '04 near athletic com-
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jacuzzi. $2300/mo. 586-612-6126.
HOUSE FOR FALL 5 Bdrms., plus Finished
Attic. Furnished w/ dishwasher, fireplace, 2
baths and laundry. Lots of parking. Great
for6 people - 668-1100.
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY - Eff. & studio
apts. near U of M Central Campus. Short
term leases avail. Please contact Wilson
White Company at 734-995-9200. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
LARGE 5 BDRM. House furnished, dish-
washer, laundry, parking Avail. Fall '04
Call Jeff@ 313-617-8106.
LARGE FURNISHED 2 & 3 bdrm. apt. on
S. State, Near UM bus stop, 5 min. to Mich.
Union. Available Fall '04 lease. Heat & wa-
ter mcl., 2-sink bath., Intercom/sec. buzzer,
New furniture, New appliance, Balc., A/C,
Prkg., Ldry., for 2-4 $1100-1600. No smkg.
/no pets. 734-996-3539 or 734-678-7250,
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Each bedroom wired for cable and 2
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Includes 2 Parking spaces.
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QUIET TOP FLOOR. 2 bdrm. apt. near
union. Skyligt, carpeting, 1.5 baths., ldry,
and prkg. avail. Sept. lease. $1160/mo.
761-3821.
RENT ME I'M A GREAT HOUSE!
LOCATION BDRM. BATH. PRKG. TERM
418 E.Kingsley A 6 2 3 M or S
418 E.Kingsley B 7 2 4 M or S
817 McKinley 7 3J 6 Sept.
M=May S=Sept. J=Jacuzzi
All have been completely remodeled. Oak
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Call 973-7368, www.allmandproperties.com
RIVER'S EDGE APARTMENTS! 1 mo.
free! Why pay the high A2 prices? Ypsilanti
is only 15 min. drive to campus. Leasing
now! 1, 2, & 3 bdrms. From $595. Free
Heat & Water. 487-5750. Virtual tours and
apply online at www.riversedge.org
ROOM, UM STUDENT, North Campus,
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SOUTH PADRE BEACH HOUSE sleeps 6
$100.00 nightly or sleeps 12 for $200.00
nightly. Call (956)778-7153

BEAUTIFUL 2 BDRM. avail. May thru
Aug. 1. Option to renew. $700 o.b.o. Par-
tiallly fum. 997-7294.
BEST SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET. 5
bdrms., 2 baths, fully fumn., walking distance
to campus! Price negotiable! 516-582-5349
or stop by. 1305 South University, Apt. A.
FEMALE SUBLETTER WANTED to share
2 bdrm. apt. One lg. bdrm. avail. now. 121
Hoover St., near Stadium. Prkg. avail.
$450/mo. plus utils. Contact Jenny at
734-717-7810 or kreinbri@umich.edu.
GREAT RM. IN Big House on Monroe near
Union. Avail Spring/summer. Free prkg.,
wshr./dryer on site. Price neg. 240-426-2027.
SPR./SUM. SUB. - 2 bdrm. apt. (2-4 people)
on campus w/fum., A/C., prkg., 996-2603.

!!!!!!MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION!!!!!!
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(734) 461-2946.
COLLEGE CLEANERS: PROF. Dry Clean-
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NECK PAIN OR back pain? Dr. Jayson Epstein,
chiropractor with 25 yrs. experience. 4 treatments
$75. Near U of M. 734-994-5966.
NON-SMOKERS PREFER to date people
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THESIS EDITING. LANGUAGE, organiza-
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BECOME ONE OF AMERICA'S HEALTH
CARE HEROES!
Launch your career in primary care and pay
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committed to bringing health and hope to an
undeserved community where health profes-
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or visit http://nhsc.bhpr.hsa gov/y3michc/
for more information.
CAMP WAYNE FOR GIRLS - Childrens'
sleep-away camp, Northeast Pennsylvania
(6/18-8/15/04). If you love children and want
a caring, fun environment we need female
staff as Directors and Instructors for: Tennis,
Golf, Gymnastics, Swimming, Waterskiing,
Sailing, Team Sports, Cheerleading, Ropes,
Camping/Nature, Drama, Video, Ceramics,
Sculpture, Batik, Silkscreen, Guitar, Jewelry,
Piano, Photography, Aerobics, Martial Arts.
Other positions: Group Leaders, Administra-
tive/Driver, Nursing Students. On Campus Inter-
views March 18th. Apply online at
www.campwaynegirls.com or call 1-800-279-3019.
INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY!!! THE
Michigan Daily Display is looking for fun
and enthusiastic people to fill our team for
Spring/Summer & Fall 2004. All freshmen,
sophomores & juniors are welcome. If you
are interested in gaining a unique experience
in advertising sales, come by to 420 Maynard
2nd Floor to pick up an application. Deadline
isFeb 13th.
MICHIGAN TELEFUND NOW HIRING
students for flexible night and weekend
schedules. Earn great money and make new
friends while supporting your University.
Awesome Resume Builder! Work Study /
Non-Work Study. Apply online:
www.telefund.umich.edu. 998-7420.
NOW HIRING ALL positions, $12-35/hr.
Apply online @ www.work-4-students.com
PAID EXPERIMENT $15-25. Fun group
computer game, 2 hours eves. Central Cam-
pus. Go to Experiments.org to sign up-
PART-TIME STABLE help. Exp. w/horses
pref. Must be in good physical shape. Reli-
able transportation. Also need weekend help.
Call Canie 734-604-0216.
PHARMACOGENTICS AND EYE Pressure
Control. The U-M Kellogg Eye Center is cur-
rently conducting research to understand how
eye pressure is controlled by specific genes.
You can participate if you: are between 18 &
50 years of age; are not pregnant; have no
history of severe asthma, eye surgery or eye
trauma. Upon completion of the study, partic-
ipants will be compensated. This study in-
volves minimally invasive procedures. For
more info, please contact the U-M Kellogg
Eye Center at 888-393-4677 (EYE-IOPS).
TELEMARKETER NEEDED
University Towers a student housing
complex in Ann Arbor is looking for
enthusiastic Part-time experienced Tele-
marketers. Must be dependable and a closer.
Schedule is flexible, Monday thru Sunday.
Hourly plus commission. Fax 734-761-2027
or EMAIL: utowers-mi@aol com or just stop in
for an interview. Ask for Linda.
TUTORING-ENGLISH MAJOR, undergrad
needed for tutoring. mattwdp@hotmail.com
WORK ON MACKINAW Island this Season
-The Island House Hotel and Ryba's Fudge
Shops are looking for seasonal help in all ar-
eas: Front Desk, Bellstaff, Waitstaff, and
Sales Clerks. Housing available, bonus, and
discounted meals. Call Ryan at:
1(800)626-6304. www.theislandhouse.com

***SPRING BREAK***
PANAMA CITY BEACH, FL
Book early and save$$$
World's longest keg party- Free beer all weekl
Live band & DJ. Wet T-shirt, hard body and
Venus Swimwear contest. Suites up to 12
people, 3 pools, huge beachfront hot tub,
lazy river ride, water slide, jet skis, parasail.
Sandpiper-Beacon Beach Resort
800-488-8828
www.sandpiperbeacon.com
Call for group distoUnts
Book local with someone you know and trust
TRAVEL
MidACAUnion rounl E
E T 734-769-2555
SERVIES 74-99-020
AIRFARE SPECIALS!! West Coast $188,
Europe $368 & more. Spring Break Cruises.
Campus Travel. Toll Free l-866-FLY-4FUN.
ALL U OF M Men's basketball and concert
events for buy/sale and mon at
517-351-1992or order online 24/7 at
www.jamestheticketman.com
HOTTEST DESTINATIONS!
GJup Organizers Wanted! 1-800-234-7007.
www.endlesssummertours.com

CHAMPIONSHIP COLLEGE POKER!
$70,000 in Scholarships Awarded!
NO DEPOSITS EVER!
Are YOU Good Enough?
www.scholarships.pokerbwath.com

" Broadview Apartments
" Spacious 1 bedroom apartments
" Spacious 2 bedrooms with master bath
" Shuttle around campus
" Large private balconies
with wooded views
" Pets welcome
S:1 741-9300
(EXTENDED HOURS)
www.annarborapartments.net
SPACIOUS ONE BDRM. apt. located near
U of M Medical Center & Kellogg Eye Cen-
ter. Furnished with carport. IMMEDIATE
OCCUPANCY. Please contact Wilson White
Co. at 734.995.9200. EHO.
VALENTINE'S SPECIAL
Large houses and apartments. Most units
easily fit 6 people! Stop by our office for a
special brochure. Stop in for areal
sweetheart deal!
1335 South University. 665-8825.
WANT FREE RENT?
COME IN TODAY TO FIND OUT HOW!
Limited Tome Offer
LEASING FOR SPRING/FALL 2004
University Towers
536 S.Forest Ave.
734-761-2680
www.unrversitytowers-mi.com

GREAT SPORTSWEAR! GREAT PRICES!
Jackets, Warmups. Bags, Blankets etc.
Try it-you'll save $$$everytime.
www.Kammanlnt.com

!!!APPOINTMENT SECRETARIES!!!
PHONE WORK
Appointment setters for local Ann Arbor of-
fice wanted. No experience needed.If you
have a positive attitude & a friendly voice
call today for an interview. Full/Part-time
day or evening work. Hourly plus bonus.
No sales.
On Bus Line
734-677-5511
!!BARTENDING!! $300/DAY potential, no
experience necessary, training provided.
800-965-6520 ext.125.
ACTORS NEEDED FOR Summer Orienta-
tion Theatre Troupe. Auditions held Fri.
2/13, 7pm., in MLB Lecture Rm 1. Visit http:-
//www.onsp.umich.edu/orientation/ for more
information.
BARTENDER TRAINEES NEEDED!
$250/day potential. Local positions.
1-800-293-3985 ext. 504.
BARTENDERS NEEDED! MAKE
$150-250 a day, no experience necessary
Call Now 6u0-704-9775.

RMMTE. WANTED TO share 2 bdrm. apt.
near Law & B-Schools. Upscale apt., furn.,
heat & water incl. Call 668-6906 for details.
ROOMMATE WANTED. CONDO, 1 bdrm.
left. $450/mo. utils. incl.. A/C, lndry., & flee
prkg. Cable TV,DSL. Call 313-838-2629.

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

LG. 2 BDRM. 52
suitable for 3. DN

8 S. Fifth Ave. Fall
wshr. disposal, Idry.,

AFTERNOONS, 8 -12 hrs/wk, good pay. For
8 and 10 year old boys in Ann Arbor. Need
car. Call Dan @ :734-649-7009 or email:
danschul@umich.edu

LOVING COUPLE, TWO fat cats, and a
sweet dog will'provide your baby with a car-
ing home filled with love, laughter and oppor-
tunity. Expenses paid. Call Stephen and
Bermadine 800-315-6364 Code: 00.

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