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VIETNAM SPY
Continued from Page 1A
must support their government and deal with problems in a
democratic manner.
Lillie, himself a Vietnam veteran, said he was disappoint-
ed that more students did not show up, the audience consist-
ed mostly of veterans. He attributed the low attendance to
complications with advertising the event, but hopes that
more will come to the next two presentations.:
Citing a desire for the objective study of history, Lillie
said he wanted to introduce students to a less publicized but
equally important part of the Vietnam War - people with
such unique experiences as Krall's.
Lillie's interest in Vietnam began after defeating a bout of
alcoholism.
"It was very hard living in Ann Arbor as a Vietnam veter-
an," he said. "I was one of those that went into the closet
about being a Vietnam vet and I took a fifth of whiskey with

me. When I cleaned up in June, 1999, I decided I would
learn about what I had lived through, and I became a student
of the war."
LSA freshman Meredith Jones said she heard about the
event in her History of the Vietnam War class, and that she
thought it was valuable to hear a first person account of the
Vietnam War.
"You don't hear many people from that situation who
come up and say you shouldn't badmouth your govern-
ment," she said.
The next two events take place in the Kellogg Auditori-
um in the School of Dentistry Building March 10 and
March 17 at 2:00 p.m. The March 10 program will include
a panel discussion of Vietnam veterans. Michael Benge, an
activist on behalf of the Montagnard people - a native
Vietnamese people forced to resettle in 1957 by the South
Vietnamese government - will speak on March 17.
- Daily Staff ReporterAndrew McCormack contributed to
this report.

MARRIAGE
Continued from Page 1A
Also on Friday, the Social Security
Administration decided not to accept
any marriage licenses from San Fran-
cisco until the issue is resolved.
In recent years, states, given the
right to deny standard marriage bene-
fits to gay couples by DOMA have
created their own laws opposing
same-sex marriage. If Ohio enacts its
pending Defense of Marriage act, it
will be the 38th state - including
Michigan - to have such laws in
opposition to gay marriage.
Tekla Bude, College Republican
member-at-large, said that while
gay marriage conflicts with her reli-

gious views, she thinks the govern-
ment should recognize marriage in
terms of civil unions and benefits.
LSA freshman Rachel Nagrant said
she thinks the proposal is political.
"I think the (issue) is too contro-
versial. Bush is trying to keep his
conservative supporters with him. I
think this was probably a good move
because he already has an advantage
and by taking a strong political stance
he's keeping his former supporters,"
Nagrant said.
Kinesiology sophomore Steve
Sargol, disagreed with this notion,
saying he does not believe Bush is
using the proposal as a campaign
hoist.
"I don't think this (proposal) could

do anything but hurt his campaign,
because I think there would be more
people against it and to take such a
strong stance on such a sensitive issue
could really hurt him," Sargol said.
Sargol added that he thinks since a
marriage is like a contract, the gov-
ernment should have a say in it.
Public opinion suggests the major-
ity of Americans oppose gay mar-
riage; a CNN/USA Today Gallup
Poll conducted on Feb. 16-17 showed
64 percent believe gay marriages
should not be recognized by law.
However, in an ABC News/Wash-
ington Post poll, only 45 percent
said they would support an amend-
ment making gay marriages illegal
in the U.S.

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FALL 2004. INCREDIBLE 3 bdrm. bi-level
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ONE BEDROOM
AND
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SPACIOUS 2-4 BDRM. Townhomes. Fire-
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CAMP WAYNE FOR GIRLS - Chil-
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Batik, Silkscreen, Guitar, Jewelry, Pi-
ano, Photography, Aerobics, Martial
Arts. Other positions: Group Leaders,
Administrative/Driver, Nursing Stu-
dents. On Campus Interviews March
18th. Apply online at www.camp-
waynegirls.com or call
1-800-279-3019.
DAT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT & MCAT
TEACHERS NEEDED. Ann Arbor Kaplan
center is currently hiring part-time teachers
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HOUSE A FILMMAKER during the Ann Ar-
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MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES
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cabin counselors/activity instructors (you
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instructors, kitchen help, and drivers. We are
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travel allowance, room & board and paid in-
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800-544-2267.
MARKETERS WANTED! Must be enthu-
siasic. Easy job, 7 - 10 hrs/wk. Paid. wkly.
Willingness to learn. Call Kathryn at
248-229-5465.
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:
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The Princeton Review is seeking part-time
help in the Ann Arbor office. Duties will in-
clude flyering, data entry and other boring
stuff. 10 hrs./wk. w/flexible hrs. If interested
please call 663-2163 or email
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PAID EXPERIMENT $15-25. Fun group
computer game, 2 hours eves. Central Cam-
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PARTICIPANTS WANTED: JUDGMENT
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RECEPTIONIST FOR DOWNTOWN Ann
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SUMMER CAMP POSITIONS: Make a dif-
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SWIMMING POOL service and
construction. Fast paced outdoor work,
Weekends off. Top pay for hard working,
selfmotivated people to work in the NW
DETROIT SUBS. 248-477-7727.
THE OFF-CAMPUS dining network is
coming to your campus and we're looking for
a P/T. employee interested in gaining
entrepreneurial, mktg., and sales exp. The
Off-Campus Dining Network provides a
debit-based dining card for students to use at

AMAZING SUMMER AT premier
PA coed residential camp for children. Enthusiastic,
energetic men and women wanted for all activities
and counselor positions. Good salary. Great experi-
ence. Internships Available. Visit Camp Nock-
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com to schedule interview.

MACKINAC ISLAND RESORT hotel and
fine dining restaurant seeking summer staff,
Iroquois Hotel 906-643-8293.
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rx.,

AFTERNOON CHILD CARE. Mon. - Fri.
2.30 - 6.30. 2 schoolage children in our NE.
home. References, Good driving record.
Own car. Call 734-769-6592 or
dasaniwa@comcast.net.
ANN ARBOR YMCA has PT position for
ChildWatch program. Skill and experience w/
children pref. Free membership and bus pass.
Applications to 350 S. Fifth Ave. or email
dgarcia@annarborymca.org EOE.
CHILDCARE-MOTHER'S HELPER needed
for 0, 2 & 10 year old in AA, hrs. flex.
Car/refs. a plus. Call Vera 734-973-2320.

TOP BOYS SPORTS CAMP IN MAINE!
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Water-skiing, Swim - WSI, Sailing, Hiking,
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call 800-473-6104.

INCREDIBLE HOUSE. 6 bdrms. 3 full
baths; 2 fireplaces, outdoor deck, A/C, dis-
posal, minutes from downtown and campus,
flex. teis. $2300. 320-4658.
LARGE 1 BDRM. apt. fully furnished and
very clean. Walk to business, law, education
and social work. $725/mo. Avail 8/04. Quiet
nonsmoker please. 913-2626.
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 incl., 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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LARGE FURNISHED TWO bdrm. apts. loc.
in the heart of central campus. Lots of ameni-
ties, call Michigan Realty at 734-662-5500 or
wwwrnichcomrealty.com.
LARGE STUDIO FOR the summer @
Tower Plaza 17th Fir. Furnished.485-4641.
LEASES STARTING AT $590.00
Call 761-2680 FOR MORE DETAILS.
NEW RATES -6 bedroom apartment & 6 bed-
room home available for May 2004. Two
great locations with many amenities. Please
contact Wilson White Co. at 734.995.9200.
Equal HousingOpportunity.
NEWER 4 BDRM. townhouse w/great
amenities, close to medical & central cam-
pus, avail. May 1, $1650. Call 734-323-3918.
OLD WEST SIDE
Only minutes farther away but $$$ cheaper!
Super 1 and 2 bdmi. apts. Furnished or not
Avail. Fall. Call 668-1100.
ONE BDRM. UNITS close to B & Law
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APARTMENTS
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1 BDRM 850 Sq. Ft. Sublease until July,
$725/mo. 24 hr. fitness rm., new appliances.
734-637-5069.
1015 W. HURON - Furnished, remodeled 2
bdrm. apt. For appt call 668-1100.
2 BDRM. AVAIL. May - Aug. 1. Near med-
school. $550 o.b.o. Partiallly fum. 997-7294.
3 BDRM'S AVAIL. w/bath-shower, heat,
flex. yr. lease, next to UM hospital, $375
plus utils. free prkg./inhouse ldry. 717-5349.
415 BENJAMIN - May-Aug. 04 lease, mod-
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AVAIL. NOW UNTIL June 1st. 1 bdrm.
cozy basement apt. in professor's home. Near
school. Partially fum. $360/mo. 761-6549.
FALL 2 RMMTES wanted. 3 bdrm.
hse. dwshr.,wsher/dryer., a/c, prkg,
$450.276.1132
NICE STUDIO IN quiet bldg. 5 min. walk to
Central Campus. Avail. 6/1. Fall lease Op-
tion. $520/mo. 734-223-4813
SPR./SUM. SUB. - 2 bdrm. apt. (2-4 people)
on campus w/ fum., A/C., prkg., 996-2603.

!!!BARTENDING!! $300/DAY potential, no
experience necessary, training provided.
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!!!HEY STUDENTS!!!
!!!Office & Clerical Position Avail.!!!
PHONE WORK
Appointment setters for local Ann Arbor of-
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call today for an interview. Full/Part-time '
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No sales.
On Bus Line
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ANN ARBOR YMCA has PT evening and
weekend position @ Membership Desk. Free
membership & bus pass. Applications to 350
S. Fifth Ave. or email dgarcia@annarbo-
rymca.org EOE.
ARE YOU GRADUATING? The Jewish
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Chicago is seeking high-caliber, professional-
minded grads. with a commitment to improv-
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JUF: Largest Jewish non-profit organization
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Jewish and legal holidays off. Exp., fulfill-
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Corp., Information Systems, Fundraising,
Planning and Allocations. Interested in learn-
ing more? When: Wed. Mar. 17, 2004. Pre-
sentation at 6.15 p.m. followed by interview
appts. Thurs, Mar 18, 2004 - interview appts.
(morning). Venue: Hillel - U of M (1429 Hill
St.) To schedule an interview, send resume
via email to careers@juf.org and indicate
your availability for a half-hour interview for
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ALL U OF M Men's basketball and concert
events for buy/sale and more at
517-351-1992 or order online 24/7 at
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JEWELRY EXTRAVAGANZA! THOU-
SANDS of gently used pieces. Funky, An-
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price $1-2. Saturday, March 6th, 9-2. Zion
Lutheran Church. 1501 W. Liberty. All pro-
ceeds benefit know Hao Education Project,
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ished China For more info., 996-4432.

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STUDY MEDICINE IN EUROPE
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LOOKING FOR ROOMMATE - female
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washer/dryer, by hospital. $550/mo. 341-5595
RMMTE. WANTED TO share 2 bdrm. apt.
near Law & B-Schools. Upscale apt., furn.,.

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