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SCHOLARSHIP
Continued from page 1.
another difference at Cambridge is the
decreased interaction between students
and professors as well as among students
- something he attributes to the highly
competitive atmosphere.
"You go through this feeling of being
the stupidest person in the room sur-
POPE
Continued from page 1
up for justice and freedom all over the
world, and we are very sad that he's
no longer with us," she said. "We send
our condolences to the Catholic com-
munity."
The vigil ended with one of Pope
John Paul II's favorite songs, "Barka,"
invoking singing and tears among
some participants.
DOCTORS
Continued from page 1
quality clinical experience during the
latter half of a four-year M.D. program.

rounded by a bunch of experts," he said.
In additoin, students do not have to
turn in assignments or take tesets until the
end of the second term. But Hayward is
not worried about adapting to this educa-
tional system, in which there is constant
pressure to prove oneself, and self-disci-
pline is key. He said he is looking forward
to this different way of learning.
"It is something I am doing to create a

better foundation for my career and per-
sonally, because I can travel and experi-
ence new cultures," he said. Previously,
Hayward has studied in Geneva, Tibet
and Russia.
Hayward is also a leader in Alternative
Spring Break, a University organization
that raises money to send student vol-
unteers to various locations around the
world to perform community service.

PIRGIM
Continued from page 1.
over a lawsuit may be relevant, it is more
important not to ignore CSJ's ruling.
A group of MSA representatives is
planning to file a stay of enforcement
today. If approved by two or more
of the 10 CSJ justices, the document
would nullify CSJ's ruling until an
appeal could be heard. That action,
Hollerbach said, would protect MSA

from potential lawsuits and allow the
assembly to vote on whether to fund
Student PIRGIM.
Students behind the statement of
enforcement met with MSA Presi-
dent Jesse Levine yesterday to gain
his endorsement of the action.
Levine said he had not yet made a
decision on whether to endorse it.
"I don't have enough information
to make that decision yet," Levine
said.

Since the closing of the Wayne County
Training Hospital, in which Univer-
sity medical students did a great deal of
training, class size has shrunk from 240
in the 1980s to the 170 today.

"You can always put more people
in classrooms; you see that on cam-
pus all the time," Woolliscroft said.
"Having sufficient mentors - that's
the bottleneck."

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FALL 2005
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Short term leases
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Equal Housing Opportunity

FALL RENTAL. 4 bdrm. hse. $2,000/mo.
Please call 320-6619.
GOT HOUSING?
Spring Sale!
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GRAD STUDENTS, FALL '05 outstanding
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far enough away from the chaos. I bdrm.
$655, 2 bdrm. $835. Ldry. on-site, off street
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GREAT 3 BDRM., 2 bath. condo, perfect for
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GREAT HOUSES, GREAT APART
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All have been completely remodeled.
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APARTMENTS IN 2 LOCATIONS!!!
3 Min. Walk to Frieze Bldg.,
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2 Historic bldgs. completely remodeled.
-2 bdrm. penthouse, see all of A2, Avail. Fall.
-31g. bdrms. w/ free vanity. Avail. Now, Fall.
-6 bdrm., complete remodel in process, Fall.
Modern Apartment Building: Remodeled.
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19 ft. of counter space, dwshr., etc.
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3 Min. walk to South Quad
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Both apt. locations include: ldry., great prkg.,
and hea/water

ICC STUDENT CO-OP Housing available
now and Fall/Winter 2005-6. 8-month
Fall/Winter contracts $424-610/month cen-
tral campus $469-663/month north campus.
Includes utilities, internet, and food!
662-4414 or www.icc.coop
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY- EFFICIENCY-
& one bedroom apartments available. Re-
duced rates & short-term leases available.
Please contact Wilson White Co. at
734.995.9200. EHO.
IT'S THAT TIME OF YEAR. TEMPERA-
TURES ARE RISING AND PRICES ARE
FALLING...DO NOT DELAY IN CALL-
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JUST A FEW blocks from the Business &
Law Schools - Great 1 & 2 Bedroom apart-
ments. Furnished, heat & water included,
covered parking, swimming pool & much
more! 8 & 12 month lease terms. Wilson
White Co. 734.995.9200. EHO.
LARGE 4 BDRM. furn. hse. 2 blks. from
campus. $2150/mo. +utils. 248-685-9085.
Eff. Apartment
On E. Madison, $450/mo.
Copi Properties
663-5609
LARGE FURNISHED 2 & 3 bdrm. apts. on
S. State, Near UM bus stop, 5 min. to Mich.
Union. Avail. Now, Summer, Fall '05. Heat
& water incl. Balc., A/C, Prkg., Ldry. $900
-$1450. No smkg./no pets. 734-996-3539 or
734-678-7250. ehtseng@comcast.net
MAY OR SEPT. 1 & 2 bdrm. eff. 1215 Hill
Street, 112 Koch Street & 507 S. Fifth Ave.
S. University hse. needs housemates.
429-2089 or 845-6051.
MCKINLEY STREET: SPACIOUS 1 & 2
bdrm. apts., bay windows, fireplace, balc,
A/C, covered prkg. A private shuttle to North
Campus. Fall leases avail. 741-9300.
NEAR KERRYTOWN! GREAT location!
Spacious Studios & 1 bdrm. apts. Fall avail.
741-9300.
A artments Available!
www.Bartonbrook.com, 734-665-5620
N. CAMPUS CO-OPS, Gilbert Ct: Fum. pri-
vate rrs. in quiet, friendly hse. avail. May-
Aug. & Sept.-Apr. -75% grad. stud., -40%
international. 7 dinners/wk., hired chef, home
theater, volleyball court, close to NCRB and
Bursley/Baits bus. Great rates! Hse. labor
req. (cook, clean, etc.) 662-4414 or ice.coop
NEAR UNION, LG. contemporary studios.
Fall leases available. Call 741-9300
www.annarborapartments.net
PETS WELCOME: CONTEMPORARY 1 &
2 bdrm. apt. Great campus locations. Call for
details. 741-9657.
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
CMB MANAGEMENT
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SPRINGSUMER
2005
Campus Area Apartmnts
Great Selection
REDUCED RATES
Wilson White Co., Inc.
734.995.9200
Equal Housing Opportunity

! CLOSE TO CAMPUS, SPRING/SUM-
MER. 1 bdrm. avail. in hse. for n-smkg. fe-
male. Rent neg. Call 734-649-2874.
!5 BDRM., SPR./SUM. Sub. (furn.), 1610
Washtenaw (Hill), NEW CONSTRUCTION,
A/C, 3.5 bath., 1-5 BDRM. Avail., 5 prkg.
spots, $400/rm. (neg.), Call 248-910-5070.
1 BDRM. IN a 2 bdrm. apt. Avail. May-Aug.
Great location, comer of East U. & Hill St.
Rent neg. Female pref.734-239-3000.
adaane@umich.edu
1 BDRM. IN hse. 1216 Prospect. May.-Aug.
$350 OBO. 248-930-1969.
2 BDRM., PRKG., Idry., 1020 Church St.,
Apt. 2. Spring & Summer. 734-913-9499.
AVAIL. MAY 1ST for Spring/Summer term.
Bright, airy, I bdrm. apt. at State and
Packard. All utils.incl. Rent neg.
sonyasac@umich.edu
AVAIL. MAY-AUG. LARGE bdrm(s). 200
Ingalls. 5 mins. to diag & med. campus
Fum., A/q'., Idry. $275/mo. 231-750-1595.
AVAIL. NOW TO August. Remodeled 3
bdrm. in historic UM home. $1200. Sara at
734-214-1600. Three-Oaks.com
AVAIL. NOW. WILLIAM & Division. 1
bdrm. w/ sec. buzzer system, Idry./seperate
storage locker. Gallatin Realty Co. 368-0256.
CHEAP SUBLET. 1 bedroom. $200 on Hill
Street. Female only. May-August. 834-6508.
GREAT CENTRAL CAMPUS loc. Tower
Plaza, Maynard & E. William. Fully urn. 1g.
1 bdrm. apt. Spacious for two. Avail Jul. &
Aug. 2005. Call 734-812-4545. Price neg.
NO ROOMMATE? NO problem. Let Univer-
sity Towers match you with a roommate to
lower your rentals costs. (734)761-2680.
NORTH CAMPUS SPRING/SUMMER sub-
let for 2-bdrm. apt. 734-913-6997.
ON CAMPUS 1 bdrm. apt., hardwood firs.
Avail. May-Aug. Price neg. 248-390-0640.
STUDENT WANTED FOR Sublet. Avail.
May-August '05. 1 private bdrm. in 2 bdrm.
apt. Spacious rooms, breakfast nook, cool
roommate, laundry, good central location.
$rent negotiable + utilities. 1223 Hill St. (at
S.Forest). Call Jens & leave message:
231.357.4191 or email: jens@umich.edu
SUBLET AVAIL. NOW on S. Forest near B-
School & Law School. Great Loc. 996-2836.
SUBLETS AVAILABLE!!
Need a short term lesase during the
spring and summer?
Call Varsity Management at 734.668.1100!

R IN G . G ROW TH
MICHBIO, Michigan's Life Science
Association, is starting Student
Chapters at all universities
and colleges across Michigan
this Spring.
We need CHARTER MEMBERS
to help start-up the chapter at your
university. Contact us at
Teena@michbio.org if you
would like to participate.

!!!BARTENDER TRAINEES $300!!! a day
potential, Age 18+ ok. No experience neces-
sary, training provided. 800-965-6520 x 125.
$9.50/HR. MICHIGAN TELEFUND is now
hiring students for flexible night and week-
end schedules. Awesome Resume Builder!
Apply online: www.telefund.umich.edu
or 998-7420.
***WAIT STAFF NEEDED 6AM-IOPM
Sun.-Sat. $8.50/hr. Free Meals. 763-7819,
Ask for Chuck. Option for spring/summer.
ATTENTION CAR ENTHUSIASTS! Auto-
mobile Magazine is looking for a Web In-
tern. Impeccable English language skills and
a broad knowledge of autos are required. 20
hours per week, $6 per hour, spring/summer
semester internship. Send a resume to
web-intem@dushane.com. No calls.
ENVELOPE STUFFERS EARN money
working at home. Call 24-hrs. 972-504-2690.
GARDENING HELP WANTED by partially
disabled person. Light horticultural test,
promptness. Flex. hrs. $ 10/hr.icash.aExperi-
ence always preferred but not vital. Call for
interview. 761-4433.
GET PAID FOR YOUR OPINIONS!
Earn $15-$125 and more per survey!
www.moneyforsurveys.com
GOLF INSTRUCTOR - Instruct junior
golfers of ages 8-17, and adult golfers when
necessary, in basic golf skills in a group envi-
ronment. Responsible for supervision of
structured class. Extensive knowledge in fun-
damentals of the golf swing, the game of
golf, the USGA rules of golf, and etiquette re-
quired. At least one year of prior teaching ex-
perience desired. Contact Matt Warba at
(734) 971-0246.
GYMNASTICS INSTRUCTORS NEEDED.
For girls & boys beginning classes and pre-
competitive girls team-day-evening-weekend
hours. Gymnastics and experience with chil-
dren necessary. Gym America 971-1667.
HOUSEWORK HELP WANTED & simple
meal preparation. 10-20 hrs./wk., flex.
$ 10-15/hr. Need I YR. commitment. Start
May/June. cmccs@umich.edu or 662-3218.
LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE
F/T. Accepting applications for qualified per-
sons w/ exc. driving record. Exp. pref. Roger
at 734-663-3343 ext. 202.

PHARMACOGENETICS AND EYE
Pressure Control
The U-M Kellogg Eye Center is currently
conducting research to understand how eye
pressure is controlled by specific genes. You
can participate if you: are between 18 and 50
years of age; are not pregnant; have no his-
tory 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 information, please contact the U-M
Kellogg Eye Center at 888-393-4677(EYE-
IOPS). irbmed number: 2002-0580.
RESEARCH DATA COLLECTION & Pro-
cessing. The UM Survey Research Center is
recruiting people w/ strong comm. skills &
interest in the social sciences to join a team
conducting national public opinion telephone
interviews. Candidates need to be highly self-
directed w/ a professional telephone manner
for conducting research interviews. Exp. w/
IBM compatible computers helpful & bilin-
gual fluency in Spanish highly desirable.
Keyboard/typing skills req. Must be avail. to
work a minimum of 16-20 hrs./wk. Competi-
tive wages starting @ $9.50/hr. & $10.50 for
Spanish interviewing. Pick up and submit an
application immed. during weekdays
9AM-5PM @ the Institute for Social Re-
search, 426 Thompson St., rm. #1201 or @
1230 Eisenhower Place, Ann Arbor. The Uni-
versity of Michigan is an Equal Opportunity
& Affirmative Action employer
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT: COLLEGE Pro
now hiring Painters and Job Site Managers.
Earn $10 to $11/hr. w/ bonus. Work outside
w/ other students. 1-800-32PAINT or
www.collegepro.com
SWIMMING POOL SERVICE and
construction. Fast paced outdoor work,
weekends off. Top pay for hard working, self-
motivated people to work in the NW
DETROIT SUBURBS. 248-477-7727.
WANT'TO LIVE in a GREAT apartment
AND earn some CASH?
Varsity Management has an opening for
Resident Managers at 848 Tappan (Park Ter-
race) apartments and other locations.
Call us at 734.668.1100 for details.
WOMEN NEEDED FOR research study:
The Possibilities Project @ the UM School
of Nursing is3seeking women between the
ages of 18 & 35 who are currently experienc-
ing any of the following symptoms: binge
eating, vomiting, using laxatives or water
pills, excessive exercising, fasting, being un-
derweight due to dieting, missing menstrual
periods. Participants will receive 20 wks. of
psychotherapy & nutritional counseling @
no cost. Compensation up to $200 for partici-
pation. For more info., call 1-800-742-2300,
#2000 or email possibilities@umich.edu
www.umich.edu/-possibil
WONDERFUL MULTICULTURAL CEN-
TER seeks full-time teacher position at Kids
Garden Pre-school. Starting soon, energetic,
exp. and degree pref. Call Iman 975-9930.

PART-TIME RETAIL SALES. Sales exp.
and some familiarity with golf pref. Must be
avail. Saturdays. Phone 734-995-8940.
STUDENT PAINTERS NEEDED: Earn
$9-13/hr. doing exterior painting. Work out-
side with others students. May-Aug. Dominic
Foster at 410-493-8792 or djchef@umich.edu
SUMMER OFFICE ASSISTANT
WANTED. Stay on campus and gain great
work experience this summer! The U-M Cen-
ter for Research on Learning and Teaching
has an opening for a full-time summer office
assistant. Responsibilities would include
copying, collation, packet assembly, typing,
labeling, running errands on campus, and
some telephone reception help. Applicants
should have good computer skills and work-
ing knowledge of basic office equipment.
Must be punctual, reliable, and possess good
interpersonal skills. $8 per hour. Position is
available 8-5, Mon.-Fri., April to Aug., with
the possibility of continuing part-time work
in the fall. Please send resume and cover let-
ter to Erin Rosenberg at eemarsh@umich.-
edu. U-M is a non-discriminatory, affirma-
tive action employer.

BABYSITTER NEEDED IN AA area, start-
ing now. Part time, flex, hrs. must love kids.
ref. req. Call 734-769-7786.
MOTHER OF 4 seeking mother's helper/-
nanny. Must love kids, be dependable, reli-
able, own transportation. 2x/week. Tues.,
Thurs. 4-9p.m. Contact Cyndi: 734-355-4407.
NEED SUMMER CHILDCARE? UM stu-
dent can babysit F/T or P/T May 22-Aug. 10
& a few dates in April. Non-smkr., own car,
exc. refs., exp. w/ infants/all ages. Email
Kate at ocean 12rocketmail.com
OCCAS. BABYSITTING FOR 2 toddlers.
Wknds. & eves. 477-5909.
P/T BABYS1ITER
Care for 6 month old infant in A2, beginning
in mid-May. Requirements: exp. within-
fants, strong refs., love of children, non-
smkr. Mostly day hrs., but some nights. Call
734-994-6764.
SEEKING RESP. CAREGIVER for 6 YR
old boy and 3 YR. old girl. P/T nights and
occ. days. Will work with your school sched.
to arrange times desiring individual this sum-
mer and next YR. Ref. requested. Please call
Stephanie/Pete at 734-995-1744.
SUMMER NANNY - Responsible, exp.,
n-smkr., to care for our 2 kids, M/W/F.
Strong swimmer pref. Refs. 248-596-1426.

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AUTO SUMMER STORAGE student spe-
cial - $99 for entire summer. Call 663-0690.
BICYCLE SUMMER STORAGE - $25 for
entire summer. Indoors.CalI663-0690.
COLLEGE CLEANERS: PROE Dry Clean-
ing & Ldry. Free summer storage. 715 N.
University next to Hill Auditorium. 662-1906.
EDITING. LANGUAGE, ORGANIZA-
tion, format. All disciplines. 25 yrs. exp.
996-0566 or witeon@htdconnect.com

MAKE MORE $$$ than when you grad.:
800-881-1540x9622. www.3-5Kweekly.com
MALE & FEMALE models needed for swim-
wear catalog. No prior modeling exp. nec.
Reply to jobs@cybermanagementinc.com
PAID EXPERIMENTS
Go to www.michiganpaidexperiments.org to
be notified about paid experiment opportuni-
ties! Multi-player games, marketing surveys,
etc. Pay $10-$50. New experiments posted
weekly on site, and sent out as email an-
nouncements to registered users. Non-stu-
dents welcome.
PAID STUDENT INTERNSHIP with a
wholesale sports wear corporation. Multiple
positions avail. Gain on the job exp. in the

AAPS COMMUNITY EDUCATION &
Recreation is hiring for spring and summer
programs. Instructors needed in swim and
Tennis. Pay based on experience. Call
994-2300 x 232(swim) or email
urbanias@aaps.kl2.mi.us 994-2300 x 245
(tennis) or email shadigiv@aaps.k12.mi.us
EOE.
CAMP COUNSELORS - Gain valuable exp.
while having the summer of a lifetime. Coun-
selors needed for Outdoor Adventure, Arts,
Aquatics, and more in the Pocono Mountains
of Pennsylvania. Apply online at
www.pineforestcamp.com
DAY CAMP INCLUSION staff: Assist a
child with special needs in the general camp
program. JCC of Detroit. 248432-5585.
GREAT SUMMER JOB! Perfect for educa-
tion majors; work with children on field
trips, b-day parties, work outside, some fish
cleaning. May-Aug., $8/hr., Spring Valley
Trout Farm, 20 min. from campus, Dexter

BEST OF ALL Worlds Hip-Hop/Multicul-
ptural Show. 9 pm, Fri. Apr. 8: Element One,
Cooperative Opposites, Raas Team, Climax,
Allure, Pure Dance, Gayathri. Tickets: $8
Ground Floor of the Union. Proceeds to go
towards tsunami aid. After party at Studio 4.

!!FEMALE ROOMMATES WANTED!
$500/mo. 4 bdrm. Condo., 2 bdrms. left for
Fall. Utils. incl., A/C., ldry., & free prkg. Ca-
ble TV, DSL Call 313-838-2629.
AMAZING TOWNHOUSE TO share w/
1-2. Newly built & very luxurious! 3 bdrm.,
Idry., dshwr., garage...$500-$995. North
Campus. Avail. now/Sept. 248-444-4669.
Email: barclay.rental.umich.edu
FEMALE RMMTE. NEEDED - Grad. stud.
for rm. in townhse. Furn., wshr./drver. rke.

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