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NEWS

ON CAMPUS
Speaker to address
women's images in
advertising
Jean Kilbourne, best known for her
appearance in the documentary "Kill-
ing Us Softly", will speak on the harm-
ful effects of the media's portrayal of
women in advertising today at 7 p.m. in
Lorch Hall.
Career Center to
host interview
workshop
The Career Center will host a work-
shop about interviewing today from 5 to
6 p.m. in the Student Activities Build-
ing. No pre-registration is required, but
seating is limited to the first 50.people
who arrive.
9 Former PM of
Armenia to speak
at League
The former prime minister of
Armenia, Hrant Bagratyan, will
deliver a lecture today titled "Adapt-
ing to New Economic Values: Arme-
nia in Transition."
Bagratyan served as prime minister
from 1993 to 1996 following Armenia's
declaration of independence from the
Soviet Union in 1991: He is considered
chiefly responsible for Armenia's transi-
tion to a market economy. The lecture
will begin at 7 p.m. today in the Kalam-
azoo Room of the Michigan League.
CRIME
NOTES
Electronics stolen
from Markley room
A resident in Mary Markley Resi-
dence Hall left his room unlocked Fri-
day morning at about 9 a.m.and returned
around 10:45 a.m. to find his laptop,
iPod, cell phone and wallet had been
stolen, according to the Department of
Public Safety. None of the items were
recovered. Police have no suspects.
Door set on fire in
Stockwell
A resident in Stockwell Residence
Hall opened her door Friday at about
midnight to find that someone had set
fire to a greeting card that was previous-
ly attached to her door, DPS reported.
The resident quickly put out the fire.
Drunk homeless
person removed
from UGLi
A homeless person was found sleep-
ing in the lobby of the Shapiro Under-
graduate Library Saturday at about 4:30
a.m., DPS reported. An ambulance
took the subject to the emergency room

because of severe intoxication.
THIS DAY
In Daily History
City will not try
* student accused of
embezzling funds
March 13, 1985 - An Ann Arbor
assistant prosecutor decided yesterday
he would not press charges against
LSA sophomore Rick Blalock, former
vice president of the Bursley Board
of Governors. Blalock was accused of
embezzling residence hall funds. The
Bursley Board had previously voted not
to prosecute its former vice president.
Blalock allegedly stole $2,457.42
of the dorm's financial resources for
personal use, including car rental.
The city prosecutor who made the
decision, Marilyn Eisenbrau, said that
she reviewed the minutes from the
Board of Governors meeting in which
they decided not to prosecute Blalock.
But the board's vote was unofficial
and Bursley's building director and John
Heidke, the associate director for hous-
ing education, both later overturned the
Board's decision. Heidke said a person

Phelps's funeral
protesters picket
in Michigan

Several states have
passed laws restricting
funeral demonstrations
FLUSHING (AP) - A half-dozen
protesters who picketed the funeral
of a Michigan soldier were met by
hundreds of people carrying signs
defending the military and honoring
the soldier as a hero.
Westboro Baptist Church of Topeka,
Kan., has outraged mourning commu-
nities across the nation by showing up
at soldiers' funerals. On Saturday, six
women picketed the funeral of Army
Sgt. Joshua Youmans.
The women carried signs that
read "God Hates You" and "Thank
God for Dead Soldiers" outside St.
Robert Catholic Church, The Flint
Journal reported. Members of West-
boro Baptist Church contend sol-
diers are being struck down by God
for defending a nation that tolerates
homosexuality.
In response, several states have
passed or considered legislation

restricting when and where pickets
may demonstrate at funerals.
On Saturday, a number of groups
- including members of local and
state Veterans of Foreign Wars,
the American Legion and Disabled
American Veterans posts - showed
up to counter the protesters.
Also present were members of
the Patriot Guard Riders, a national
organization that formed to counter
the anti-gay protests. Some Patriot
Guard members rode in on motor-
cycles, and about a dozen backed
up to the protesters and revved their
engines.
At one point, police had to
restrain several people who tried to
get too close to the protesters as they
shouted at them. The protesters were
eventually escorted to their vehicles
by police.
"The chickens have left the road,"
said retired Marine Larry Helson, 60,
a Patriot Guard member from Holt.
Helson said his group and other com-
munity groups were there to shield
mourners from the protesters.

University of Michigan Central Campus
March 24, 206
MBEC brings together students & professionals in Biomedical
Engineering and the Life Sciences for panel discussions, technical
sessions and informal exchange of ideas important to the future of BME
in the Midwest.
Featured Keynotes
Dr. Tim Laske, Ph.D. Senior Program Director for Transcatheter Valves,
Medtronic, Inc.
Dr. King C. Li, MD, MBA. Chief of Radiology and Imaging Sciences &
Associate Director, NIH Clinical Center.
Dr. Alan R. Saltiel, Ph.D. Director, Life Sciences Institute, University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.
Mr. Hani Kayyali. President, Cleveland Medical Devices Inc., Cleveland, OH.
For more details and to register, go to:

Get ready for life after Michigan with Real Life 101.
This annual series of free, entertaining seminars is designed just for U-M students
and will help you get ready for some of the big issues you face as you get ready to
graduate. These fun and informative seminars will get you thinking and get you ready!
March 14,6-7:30 p.m.: Money Management 101 "Good Credit, Bad Debt"
Robert Pavlik, Vice President, MBNA Marketing Systems
This session was so popular last year that we're bringing it back. Designed
specifically for students and recent graduates, "Good Credit, Bad Debt" provides
answers to all of your money management questions and helps you avoid the
financial traps that new grads often face.
March 21, 6-7:30 p.m.: Relocation 101 "The ABCs of No Hassle Moving"
Jeff Abraham, Lindsay Stevens and Geri Rudolph of Stevens Van Lines
What do you mean I needed to reserve the elevator in order to move furniture
into my new apartment? Moving can be a daunting task, but it doesn't have to
be in this session tailored to those moving to a new city after graduation. Let
the professionals at Stevens Van Lines show you how to make moving a snap.
March 28, 6-7:30 p.m.: Personal Branding 101
"How to Stand Out in a Crowded Market"
William Ward, Adjunct Professor, Ross School of Business
As the work place becomes more and more competitive, how are you going
to get yourself noticed and rise above the clutter? Come to this personal
branding session to find out. Even with a University of Michigan degree, you
still need to be all that you can be in order to achieve the career (and life)
success you're looking for.

Saturday March 25,

L00 pm to 5:00 prm

at Dance Gallery Studio, 815 Wildt Street, Ann Arbor, MI
Busch Gardens of Tampa. Florida is now hiring performers of many
talents for a variety of live show productions including an all new
show to open in May of 2006. We are particularly interested in:
comedic actors that can sing and/or sing and dance: Billy Crystal/
Nathan Lane/Martin Short type. We are also seeking: dancers that
can sing and act (comedy), vocalists that can act (comedy) and
dancers with strong jazz technique. We are also seeking kit
drummers and keyboard players. You should have an outgoing
personality, singing ability is a plus. No appointment necessary.
Bring prepared audition and a current non-returnable resume and
headshot. Also seeking technicians and stage managers. Visit our

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