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ENDOWMENT
Continued from page 1
Michigan Difference campaign, designed to increase
charitable donations with the goal of raising $2.5
billion, has already raised more than $1.89 billion.
She hopes for $800 million of that to be funneled
into the endowment.
Last year, $25 million of Business School bene-
factor Stephen Ross's $100-million gift to the Uni-
versity went into the endowment.
The endowment has grown rapidly in recent years.
In 1995, it was worth $1.3 billion. It now ranks 11th
in the country among university endowments.
Still, it pales in comparison with Ivy League
heavyweights such as Harvard University, which
leads the pack with an endowment of about $25.9
billion. Yale University's endowment is $15.2 bil-
lion, a distant second to Harvard's.
Prestigious private universities have traditionally
relied more heavily on their endowments than public
universities, meaning the University of Michigan's
chances of catching up are slim.
"Harvard and Yale just had a hundred years on
us," Slottow said.

CHAIR
Continued from page 1
operating it won't be any problem even though Ben
hasn't had any experience in financial markets on
Wall Street," Gramlich said. "Even though he
doesn't know everyone on Wall Street, most
of his papers study markets, so he understands
them very well."
Bernanke will take over from Greenspan, who is
legendary in his handling of the nation's fiscal pol-
icy, at the beginning of February. Gramlich said he
doesn't expect major policy shifts when Bernanke
takes over, adding that the biggest challenge Ber-
nanke will face is the nation's large budget deficit.
"I think personally he can handle the problem
as well as anybody else," he said.
Former University Provost Paul Courant, who
now teaches economics and public policy at the
University, also voiced his support for Bernanke.
"He is a very able man and very articulate and
has spent several years on the Federal Reserve,
so only being in academia previously shouldn't
really affect his capability to perform well,"
Courant said.

Courant said almost everyone in the econom-
ics department is pleased with the decision to go
with Bernanke.
Business School Prof. Claes Fornell said Bernan-
ke's perceived weaknesses are actually strengths.
"The fact of Bernanke only being in academia
is actually a very positive aspect, because it will
be a fresh person without too many political ties in
Washington," he said.
In contrast with President Bush's other major
nomination - that of Harriet Miers, who yester-
day withdrew her bid for the U.S. Supreme Court
after failing to win the support of lawmakers from
both parties - the bulk of the initial reactions to
the appointment of Bernanke both in academia and
politics have been highly optimistic outside of the
University, with both Republicans and Democrats
praising the choice.
"We need a careful, nonideological person
who understands that the Federal Reserve's
main job is to fight inflation, and Ben Bernanke
seems to fit that bill," Sen. Charles Schumer (D-
New York), the highest-ranking Democrat on the
Senate Banking Committee, told The Washing-
ton Post on Monday.

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least $100 for completion of 3 visits this year.
You may be a good candidate for this study
if you are:
* Between 18-48 years of age
In good health
* Willing to receive either the vaccine or
placebo - 5 out of 6 participants will receive
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* Willing to provide a blood specimen on
three occasions this year and twice next year
* Willing to have a throat swab specimen col-
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flu season
For more information contact study staff:
call 734-615-8331 or toll free 877-452-0012
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BABYSITTER NEEDED FOR active 2 yr.
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BABYSITTER WANTED FOR 6 mo. old
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Must have car. Contact Jean. 734-944-7303.
SEEKING EXPERIENCED, DEPEND-
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Sundays 10 am-12:30 pm. Good pay. 5 min.
from campus. 668-8510.

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PREGNANT? CONSIDER ADOPTION.
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AVAIL. NOW. WILLIAM & Division,
Large eff. apt. w/ security buzzer & ldry.
734-368-0256.
FEMALE NEEDED - Room for sublet near
N. Campus in clean furnished apt., all utils.
incl. + cable/intemet. Pool & gym access.
$565/mo. OBO. 805-689-1866.
STUDIO APT. FROM Nov. 1 2005 to Aug.
2006. $795/mo. U Towers, 12th fir. Fum.
Heat & H20 incl. Robert: 734-997-8839.

NEED HOUSING FOR FALL 2006?
Fantastic Apartments, Great Houses.
Convenient Central Campus locations.
Stop by our office for a complete brochure!
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NOW LEASING 2006-07
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Fumished, heat & water included,
FREE parking and Ethernet!
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*Varies by location.
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* Minutes from U of M, downtown,
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* 1-2-3 bedroom apartment homes
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* Unique, Spacious floor plans with
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fireplaces
* Heated Pool, hot tub, dry sauna,

CAMPUS CLEANERS: PROF. Dry Clean-
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University next to Campus Rental. 662-1906.
THESIS EDITING. LANGUAGE, organiza-
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WISE HEALTHCARE CHOICE. 4 treat-
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30 yrs. experience. Call 734.994.5966.

For Friday, Oct. 28, 2005
ARIES
(March 21 to April 19)
Avoid religious and political argu-
ments today. You can't help feeling
vehemently about something. You'll
attack anyone who argues with your
beliefs. (I suggest you climb down off
your soapbox.)
TAURUS
(April 20 to May 20)
You feel passionate today. You might
feel passionate about financial matters;
you might feel passionate about inti-
mate, romantic matters. Either way,
don't lose your cool.
GEMINI
(May 21 to June 20)
You're unusually attracted to someone
today. Existing partnerships can be very
intense now, but in a good way. You
want to get to the bottom of things.
CANCER
(June 21 to July 22)
You'll demand that co-workers be
honest and clear with you today. You
don't want superficial explanations
about anything. You want the solid truth.
(And you'll get it!)
LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
Romance is hot and heavy today! (Be
still, my beating heart.) Relationships
that begin now will be memorable!
(Definitely good diary material.)
VIRGO

convincing. If you're in sales, you're
deadly!
SCORPIO
(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
You might feel a bit obsessed about
buying something today. You feel you
have to have something. Similarly,
you're aggressive about earning money
as well. Try to be more detached.
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22 to Dec. 21)
In a way, you're bigger than life today.
You feel passionate about everything.
People notice your emotional nature.
You're so magnetic today that others are
actually attracted to you. (Whew!)
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
You have a secret. It might be a secret
love affair. It might be a secret of a dif-
ferent kind. Whatever it is, it seems to be
very important to you today.
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20 to Feb. 18)
You might encounter someone who
blows your socks off today. This person
is convincing, magnetic and mesmeriz-
ing. How thrilling! (You might impress
others in the same way.)
PISCES
(Feb. 19 to March 20)
Bosses and authority figures are
highly receptive to your suggestions
today. You're like a hot knife cutting
through butter. You'll get your way in
practically anything that you want.

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BARTENDER POSITIONS! MAKE UP TO
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