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ated with the University. "Part of the
problem is because of the state's inabil-
ity to carry its fair share of protection
costs," Oates said.
Greg Bird, spokesman for the state
budget office, said fire protection grants
are determined based on the number of
state facilities, the value of the facili-
ties and the municipalities protecting
them.
Ideally, the Ann Arbor Fire
Department would have received
$1.6 million from the state in fire
protection grants, Bird said. Instead,
the department was paid approxi-
mately $386,000 in Fiscal Year
2004, he said.
"Fire protection grants have not been
fully funded for a number of years due

to the challenging economy," he said.
Bird said the state is trying to fully
fund these grants. "Governor Gran-
holm attempted to raise the funding by
increasing the liquor markup, but the
Legislature didn't approve it," he said.
Redies said new fire trucks donated
by the University in the past year are
a huge help to a cash-strapped depart-
ment.
"We must budget very carefully the
replacement of certain things that the
government requires we replace peri-
odically."
Items such as the coats, pants, boots
and breathing apparatuses for each fire-
fighter are expensive to replace without
money from the state and city.
"If we expect a certain amount and
don't receive it, we must find those
funds elsewhere," Redies said. "This is
why we had to reduce our staff."

MOSES
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ers of teachers, provided ongoing professional develop-
ment support and community involvement activities to
schools seeking to achieve a systemic change in math-
ematics education." Moses said the Algebra Project
works to "set up a space where kids can be aware of the
chance to pursue higher education" and to make sure
that they have the resources to do so.
He added that math ability is particularly important
because of the current computer technology age, which
places math proficiency on a par with reading and writ-
ing skills.
According to the Algebra Project, teachers are
trained to use inquiry-based, cooperative strategies for
teaching and are provided with feedback and ideas for
developing new curriculum materials. The project sets
up sites in both urban and rural areas across the South,
West Coast, Midwest and Northeast. Students in the
Algebra Project complete algebra by the eighth or ninth
grade and pre-calculus or calculus by the 12th grade,

according to the organization's website.
In addition to being the president of the Algebra Proj-
ect, Moses also teaches math full time at Lanier High
School in Jackson, Miss. He said he hopes to make an
impact on the national level with the Algebra Project,
"but in order to do that, there is a personal level that has
to be established."
Citing the 11th graders who have been taking math
classes through the program for three years as an exam-
ple, Moses said he feels that the project has helped to
gain the students' confidence and form a true teacher-
student relationship. "Watching that evolve over time in
working with them, there's a very strong satisfaction,"
he said.
At the same time, the Algebra Project also strives to
"establish that (inadequate education for young people)
is a national problem," Moses said. "We've been trying
to take the issue of school reform off the education page
and onto the front page."
Moses's extensive experience in activism began with
the civil rights movement of the 1960s. During that time,
he served as a field secretary for the Student Nonvio-

lent Coordinating Committee and helped register black
voters in Mississippi. According to a written statement
from the University, Moses was "attacked and beaten
by law enforcement officials for his efforts."
Moses also taught math at the Horace Mann School
in New York. He then left the country in 1966 to teach
in the African country of Tanzania for seven years,
where he was the head of the math department at the
Same school, a government high school southeast of
Mount Kilimanjaro.
Moses's life experience as an activist in promoting
education in underprivileged areas ties in with the val-
ues of the University, said Krenz, special counsel to
University President Mary Sue Coleman.
Krenz said the commencement speaker is nomi-
nated by the Honorary Degree Committee, which
reviews each speaker candidate and submits its
choice to the University Board of Regents and
the president. Krenz that the president picks the
speaker, adding that the president looks for some-
one who she believes will be a good, memorable
speaker.

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AVAIL. 9/1/05, PACKARD & S. Division.
House with 7 bdrms. & 2 study rms.
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1 Bdrm. Apts.
On Catherine, For Fail 2005
Copi Properties
663-5609
AVAIL. FOR SPRING and Fall '05.
Eff., one, & two bdrm. apts., and hses. on
ctrl. campus. Furn. with free prkg. Call
663-3050 or amvestproperty.com
AVAIL. LARGE 2 bdrm. apts. located in the
heart of Central Campus. Excellent location
near the B-School. Heat, H20., prkg., A/C.
Lots of amenities. Contact Michigan Realty,
734-662-5500. EHO.
AVAIL. NOW! 1 bdrm. in spacious, quiet
Kerrytown house. Huge new kitch., free
prkg. & ]dry. Near Main St. & bus routes.
$400. 269-930-1844.
AVAILABLE AUGUST '05
!!PRICE BREAK!!
Address Type Bedr. Price
521 Linden House 6 $3500
525 Linden House 5 $3200
Call 734-994-8792 or 734-649-5549 for info.
AVAILABLE FOR FALL lease. Efficiency
1-6 bedroom apartments & houses.
Call P.M.S.l. 665-5552.
AVAILABLE JANUARY, 1 bdrm., great
campus location. 996-2836.
AVAILABLE JANUARY, ROOM for rent
on S. Forest, near S. University. 996-2836.

UP TO 2 MONTHS FREE!*
LUXURY APARTMENTS FROM
$780
GREAT LOCATION -
CLOSE TO NORTH CAMPUS.
FITNESS CENTER,
CARPORTS AND MUCH MORE.
VILLAGEGREEN.COM
VILLAGE GREEN OF ANN ARBOR
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VILLAGE PARK OF ANN ARBOR
734-995-2992
(*On select units)
BARTON DR.-NEW APPLIANCES, wood
floors, fenced yard, quiet. $1150. Flex. lease,
call 734-327-4797 or rcgrubb@umich.edu
BIG HOUSE AVAIL. FALL '05. 7 BDRM.,
3 BATH., 2 KITCHS., 121 HILL, $2620 +
UTIL. CALL CAPPO/DEINCO
734-996-1991.
BOARDING HOUSE. 2 rms. avail. for ma-
ture studs. Corner of Jefferson & Division.
$415 & $445. Call Rebecca @ 459-5394.
CAMPUS AREA APAIMENTS
SPRING/ FALL 2005
Wilson White Co., Inc.
734.995.9200
Equal Housing Opportunity.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT INC. Rms., I
and 2 bdrm. apts. avail, on central campus.
Lg. well-maintained units within mins. of the
diag and N. campus bus stops!! Prices start at
$395/mo. with a 1 mo. security deposit!
Call Dan at 663-4101 x 24 or Check us out
on the web at www.campusmgt.com
CHARMING 3 BDRM. AVAIL. NOW!
hardwood firs. walk to UM grocery, no smok-
ing $1350/mo. Call 734-395-6032.
CORNER HOUSE APARTMENTS! Now
leasing for Fall 2005. Beautiful 2 & 3 bdrm.
apts. located on the corner of Washington &
State St.A must see! Call 741-9300.
www.annarborapartments.net
EFFICIENCIES, 1, 2, and 3 bdrm. apts. Call
Michigan Realty, 734-662-5500.
GRAD. STUD.: NEW 2 bdrm. condo, A/C,
dwshr., microwave, wshr./ dryer, 2.5 bath.,
garage, call Ann Arbor Realty 663-7444.
GREAT LOCATION CLOSE TO
BUSINESS SCHOOL!
ALL NEW CONSTRUCTION
LUXURYTOWNHOUSE.
4 Bdrm., 3.5 bath. Washtenaw at the corner
of Hill. Very spacious with all the amenities.
Modern kitch. with granite countertops, dw-
shr., & disposal. Spacious study/dining room,
walk-in closets, ceramic tile baths, central
A/C, wshr./dryer, fully fum., high speed in-
ternet access, free prkg. on-site.
$3799.00/mo. Campus Rentals 734665 8825.
www.campusrealty.com
HILL & MAIN. Large I bdrm. including
heat, water, laundry & 1 car GARAGE.
$650/mo. 810-333-2133.
HOUSE FOR 5/6, 852 Brookwood
$2300/mo. Prkg., fireplace, porch, wshr.-
/dryer, & lg. bdrms. Call 248-214-8708.
ICC STUDENT CO-OP housing available
now and Fall/Winter 2005-6. 8 mo. Fall/Win-
ter or 4 mo. Winter contracts. $424-610/mo.,
central campus. $469-663/mo., north cam-
pus. Includes utilities, internet, food, and
friends! 662-4414 or www.icc.coop
JANUARY AVAILABILTIES
Eff. & 2 bdrm. apts. avail. Reduced rates &
short-term leases avail. Please contact Wil-
son White Co. at 734-995-9200. HO.
LARGE 4 BDRM house. Free prkg., & dry.,
Fall 2005. $1495/mo. 276-6798 or 949-1698.
LARGE FURNISHED 2 & 3 bdrm. apts. on
S. State, Near UM bus stop, 5 min. to Mich.
Union. Avail Now, Winter, Fall '05. Heat &
water incl. Balc., A/C, Prkg., Ldry. $850
-$1400. No smkg./no pets. 734-996-3539 or
734-678-7250. ehtseng@comcast.net

RENT ME I'M A GREAT HOUSE!
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ALL HAVE 6 LARGE BEDROOMS!
Plus many have studies as shown below!!!!
LOCATION STDY. BATH. PRKG. TERM

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FURNISHED CAMPUS APARTMENTS
AVAILABLE NOW!
I and 2 bdrm. apts. in modem buildings.
Call 734.668.1100.
JAN.-SPRING. 5 BDRMS. available. Fully
fumished. Free prkg., ldry. Great location, re-
cently remodeled. Rent negotiable. Call or e-
mail Ali 440-552-8296. acostali@umich.edu
SHARE 2 BDRM apt.- (own bdrm) in cam-
pus/ town area. Incla.most utils. Nicely fum.
$375/mo. 769-6540.

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All have been completely remodeled.
Oak floors, new carpet & furn., 2 new side
by side fridges, trash compactor, dwshr.
2 have central A/C, the rest have room A/C.
Call 973-7368.
RIVER'S EDGE APARTMENTS! I 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
THE BEST IS Back on the Market. 927 S.
State is a fully remodeled 6 bdrm. hse. w/
oak firs., remodeled kitch., 2 side by side
fridges, trash compactor, 2 remodeled bath.
incl. I bath w/ 3 compartments incl. a
jacuzzi. Easy out prkg. for 4. May lease.
Call for full details., pls. do not visit the hse.
w/o mgmt. 973-7368.
THE CRAWFORD HOUSE
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5 & 6 BDRM. BI-LEVEL LUXURY APTS.
Lg. living rm. Modem kitch. with 2 refridger-
ators, dishwasher, disposal & granite enter-
tainment bar. 2 baths. w/ walk-in shower.
Free prkg. Stop by or call for more info!
campus rentals
734-665-8825
www.campusrealty.com
THE VISCOUNT
Great Location Across from the CCRB
-l, 2, or 3 bedroom apartments
-Bi level or Tri-level
-Modem kitchens with dishwasher & disposal
-Granite Entertainment Bar
-1.5 updated baths.
-Large walk-in closets
-Air-conditioner, Laundry on premises
-Heat and water included
campus rentals
734-665-8825
www.campusrealty.com
TIRED OF DORM life? Live at the former
Botanical Gardens! Beautiful grounds, 2
parks on the property, 24-hr. fitness center,
bus-line on site, hospitality apt. for visiting
family and friends. I bdrm. apt. from $595, 2
bdrm. apt. from $695, & 3 bdrm. townhouse
from $1195. For a limited time-Call today
734-663-7633 or visit
www.woodburygardens.com
TOWER PLAZA FURN. I bdrm., living/din-
ing room, full bath., view of central campus,
non-smoker, no pets, garage prkg. included,
$1,250/mo. 248-644-6366.
UNFURN. EFF. & 1 bdrm. apt., close to UM
campus with hardwood firs. & older houses
with charm. Call 734-944-2405.
WHERE IS YOUR next meal coming from?
ICC student co-op meal plans. 5-15
meals/mo., $30-90/mo. All you can eat!
$80-120/mo., central or $180/mo. north cam-
pus. 662-4414 or www.icc.coop

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sciences to join a team conducting national
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P/T BABYSITTER
Care for newborn in A2. Requirements: exp.
with infants, strong refs., love of children,
non-smkr. Mostly day hrs., but some nights.
Call 734-994-6764.

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University next to Hill Auditorium. 662-1906.
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THESIS/ BOOK EDITING. Language, orga-
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!!!BARTENDER TRAINEES $300!!! a day
potential, Age 18+ ok. No experience neces-
sary, training provided. 800-965-6520 x 125.
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ripped off by mail order scams and phony
certifications. Bartending jobs don't come in
the mail. Bar managers only hire those with
hands-on exp. Go to local state approved
hands-on school, Mix Masters School of Bar-
tending. 734-513-3600. www.icanmix.com
**LEASING POSITION AVAILABLE**
on EMU campus!
Fun environment,
Flexible hours,
GREAT PAY!
Please respond by email to
caroline@riverrain.com
or call Caroline (734)487-9511.
ABLE HOUSEHOLD/CHILDCARE
HELPER wanted. Tasks: cooking, driving, &
child care. Various afternoons, 3:15-6:15.
Pay - $11/hr.Own car, n-smkr. 741-9860.
DRIVERS WANTED TO deliver food and
market for 16 restaurants. Tips paid daily.
Flex. sched. Use own vehicle. Call
734-531-2130.
ENTHUSIASTIC & ENERGETIC people
needed for Part Time Telemarketing. Starting
in January. Flexible hours: days, nights, &
weekends. $8 per hour PLUS Commissions.
Call 734-761-2680 or apply in person at
UTowers 536 S. Forest.
GET PAID FOR YOUR OPINIONS!!
Earn $15-$125 and more per survey.
www.moneyforsurveys.com
GYMNASTICS INSTRUCTORS NEEDED
For girls & boys beginning classes and pre-
competitive girls team-day-evening-wknd.
hours. Gymnastics and exp. with children
nec. Gym America 971-1667.
NEEDED: GRAD. DEGREE, psychology or
child development, to monitor visitation and
document father/two children, 4 hrs, 1
Sat/mo. Please forward resume & salary req.
to 7364 Homestead Rd., Ypsilanti, 48197.
OFFICE ASST. NEEDED for growing prop-
erty management company on central cam-
pus. Phones, filing, MS Word, Excel, organi-
zational skills a must. 15-20 hrs./wk., flex,
schedule, $8-10/hr. Email your resume to
cappo@cappomanagement.com or fax re-
sume to 734-996-1991, attention Crystal.

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!WINTER SUBLET! 2 bdrm. bi-level apt.
912 S. Forest. 1.5 bath. Fully firm. Free prkg.
A/C. Utils. mcl. Ldry. Balcony. Rent nego-
tiable. (516) 521-8666 or akap@umich.edu
1 BDRM. AVAIL. Jan., loft apt. on Main St.,
$375/mo., thri August. Beatrice 709-7567 or
beamarovich@hotmail.com
1 BDRM. IN 4 bdrm. hse. avail. Jan.-May.
Located at 411 Washtenaw. Free prkg., fully
furn. Price neg. Across from CCRB. Contact
Alyssa 734-717-2833 or cassarda@umich.edu
1 ROOM IN 2 bdrm. apt. Near Sergeant Pep-
per's. $380/mo., H20 incl. 734-657-2639.
1 ROOM IN 5 bdrm. house. Central campus.
Idry. Avail. Now! Price neg. 426-9485.

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!!FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED!
$450/mo. 4 bdrm. Condo., 1 bdrm. left. Util.
iDn., A/C., 3dry., & free prkg. Cable TV,
DSL. Call 313-838-2629.
FEMALE GRAD. STUDENT looking for a
quiet, non-smkg. female to roommate. I have
a 2 bdrm., 2 bath., recently redecorated
condo off N. campus, near Pfizer. It's fully
furn. with living room, dining room, kitch.,
prkg., and wshr./dryer. Clubhouse with work-
out room and tennis court is incl. $750/mo.
utils. incl., avail. mid-Dec. 995-5510.

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LARGE STUDIO- CENTRAL campus at
Tower Plaza, furn. full kitch. 1 full bath. big
closets, 24 hr. security & ldry. facilities,
$850-900/mo. + elec. Avail. 9/1/05. Call Ely
248-626-3800 ext. 116 or etama@tbrcpa.com
MAY LEASES AVAILABLE! Lg. contem-
porary 1& 2 bdrm. apts. 741-9657.

3 BDRM. BEAUTIFULLY furn. apt. @
Church St. New kitch. w/ dwsher. &
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