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BIRD "As woodlands get cut away, hawk
numbers will go down," Kielb said.
Continued from Page 1 "They don't like to get bugged too
campus, on the Diag. It's just a great much by people."
place to see (them) taking prey." In the spring, two to three pairs of
Hawk populations in Michigan Cooper's hawks usually nest in the
took several years to recover after Nichols Arboretum, he said, and one
the ban, said Michael Kielb, author pair regularly nests on North Campus
of "The Birds of Washtenaw County, near the University School of Music.
Michigan." The hawks usually hunt away from
"The population of Cooper's their nesting territory, and can be
hawks at migration sites has been found on the Diag year-round chasing
rising since about the 1980s," nearly sparrows, starlings and pigeons.
10 years after the ban was put in "When you see something bop
place, he said. "(Now), we're close through campus and bang a bird out of
to reaching the carrying capacity of the air, that's probably a Cooper's," he
the town." said. Statewide, 403 nesting pairs of
Ann Arbor's ability to support bald eagles were found in 2003, up
birds like the Cooper's hawk from 83 in 1980, according to informal
depends on the amount of available bird surveys.
nesting territory, Kielb said. The Peregrine falcons remain more rare
town's current population of Coop- in the state at only a dozen known
er's hawks is about one nesting pair breeding pairs, but can be found nest-
per square mile, which he called a ing as nearby as Detroit.
high density. The increase of birds of prey is
"With the park lands in Ann Arbor, I good environmental news for Michi-
think they should be pretty secure for gan, Mindell said. "Birds of prey are
awhile." good indicators of environmental
Both Mindell and Kielb cited habitat health," he said. "If there are toxins in
destruction as a major challenge still the environment, often they will wind
facing birds of prey. up in predators."
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NAACP
Continued from Page 1
He listed grievances against the U.S government -
starting with the lynching and burning of slaves before
the Civil War and continuing today with the state of
unemployment that he said blacks are kept in by the gov-
ernment.
"If the black man stands up to speak to the injustice,
they either stop him by character assassination or by
other means," he said, citing Democratic presidential
candidate Al Sharpton, as one other black leader who
faces prejudice.
Muhammad focused on discrimination faced by Nation of
Islam members especially from the media, which he said
often misrepresent them. He was disappointed by the recent
media fiasco surrounding Michael Jackson's involvement
with the group.
"(They say) no banks or music companies will want to
work with him now," he said. "It is as if ... we are a group
that is ready to assault them." He emphasized the teachings
of Elijah Muhammad, former Nation of Islam leader, that
do not allow members to keep weapons in their homes or
carry a pocketknife.
Bringing in an optimistic twist to his speech, Muham-
mad said blacks must unite to work together against this
discrimination. He especially encouraged college students
to join organizations and make a difference, calling them
the "brightest stars of the community."
"(Black students need to) have such a policy making effect
that we can change what is against our people," he said.

FLU
Continued from Page 1
"It's just what happens when everyone
is living so close together," Lazarus said.
He added that he believes students
are blowing the outbreak out of propor-
tion, and was generally satisfied with
the ways in which the University has
dealt with the illness.
"I'm not worried at all. It seemed
like (the University) handled the situa-
tion very well," Lazarus said.
Winfield said students should follow
the same procedures that were recom-
mended before the illness was con-
firmed as norovirus, including staying in
their dorm rooms for three days after the
virus has subsided to prevent spread.
Students can also visit UHS during
the day, or call their 24-hour support
line after hours at 662-5674.
In addition, students who are sick
and living in residence halls should
notify hall staff to have their meals
brought to their rooms, get assis-
tance with cleanup and obtain
Virex, which is an antiviral chemi-
cal used to kill viruses on high-con-
tact surfaces like doorknobs and
countertops.

SDS
Continued from Page 1
"rights" for the first time," Hayden stated in the article.
Lassiter stressed the group's connection with the Vietnam
War. "SDS had a broad, progressive critique of foreign and
domestic policies. However, Vietnam was so huge that
almost all of SDS's energy went into fighting the war. They
were fairly successful in creating a protest movement, but
the larger vision got lost," Lassiter said. SDS disintegrated
in 1968 at the height of its power.
"By the end of the 1960's and Vietnam there were a lot of
internal differences and a lot going on for one organization
to handle," Haber added. But, Haber said he feels that it is
time to bring back SDS.
"I had the opportunity to meet with people from groups
(that developed out of SDS) and I proposed that we recon-
nect our networks."

STUDIO, I & 2
BEDROOM
UNITS.
Also available now
Furnished & unfurnished.
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AVAIL. SEPTEMBER 1ST '04, William &
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734769-6471.
AVAILABLE FALL 2004
Sign before 2-16-04 and receive a signing
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ONE BDRM. UNITS close to B & Law
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All have been completely remodeled. Oak
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ROOM, UM STUDENT, North Campus,
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STORAGE 8 X 18. Two blocks from Medi-
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" Broadview Apartments
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SOUTH PADRE BEACH HOUSE sleeps 6
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1015 W. HURON - Furnished, remodeled 2
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BEST SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET. 5
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or stop by. 1305 South University, Apt.A.
FEMALE SUBLETTER WANTED to share
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Hoover St., near Stadium. Prkg. avail.
$450/mo. plus utils. Contact Jenny at
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GREAT RM. IN Big House on Monroe near
Union. Avail Spring/summer. Free prkg.,
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SPR./SUM. SUB. - 2 bdrm. apt. (2-4 people)
on campus w/ fum., A/C., prkg., 996-2603.

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ART TEACHER FOR preschool, 10 hrs./wk.
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Other positions: Group Leaders, Administra-
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GET PAID FOR YOUR OPINIONS!!

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 com-
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Part-time experienced Telemarketers. Must
be dependable and a closer. Schedule is flexi-
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mission. Fax 734-761-2027 or EMAIL: utow-
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view. Ask for Linda.
THE OFF-CAMPUS Dining Network is
looking for a P/i employee interested in gain-
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sales exp. This position will perform a vari-
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relationships with restaurant managers, visit-
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meal plan coming soon to your area. For
more information, visit www.ocdn.com,
email jobs@ocdn.com or
call 1-866-512-DINE.
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-
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LOOKING FOR 2 housemates for 6 bdrm.
house in the Fall. Call John, 248-343-5321.
RMMTE. WANTED TO share 2 bdrn. apt.
near Law & B-Schools. Upscale apt., furn.,
heat & water incl. Call 668-6906 for details.

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