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CHRYSLER
From page 1
cannot break his Chrysler habit
- was made public in letters from
Jerome B. York, Kerkorian's long-
time financial adviser and a former
Chrysler chief financial officer.
The letters were sent to Daim-
lerChrysler's chief executive, Diet-
er Zetsche, and to the company's
supervisory board.
"Tracinda believes by taking
a long-term approach to solving
Chrysler's problems, it can become
a robust and lasting standalone
entity," the company said.
Kerkorian's bid for Chrys-
ler comes less than a year after
he bought 10 percent of General
Motors, got York put on the GM
board and then tried to broker an
alliance between the automaker
and Renault of France and Nissan of
Japan, both run by Carlos Ghosn.
Now, both Chrysler and the

union must decide how to respond
to the unexpected offer from Ker-
korian, who turns 90 on June 6.
The group of bidders seemed to
have been winnowed down to two
investment firms and a Canadian
auto parts company. Kerkorian tried
to be in the initial group, his attor-
ney, Terry Christensen, said yes-
terday. When JPMorgan, which is
handling the bidding process, did
not send the packet of information
provided to the others, Christensen
said, Kerkorian told him to make the
offer and handle the details later.
The bid has the support of Lee
A. Iacocca, Chrysler's former chief,
who joined Kerkorian in his 1995
takeover attempt.
Christensen saidhe didnotknow
whether Iacocca would want to
serve on the Chrysler board should
Kerkorian finally buy the company,
or whether York would serve as its
chairman or chief executive.
It is the second time in a dozen
years that Kerkorian has tried to

buy Chrysler, whose stock he first million for the exclusive right to
bought in 1990 when the company perform due diligence on Chrysler,
was battered by another industry with $25 million going to Daim-
downturn. That investment ulti- lerChrysler if the deal does not go
mately grew to 100 million shares, through.
and he reaped billions of dollars in Tracinda would give stock in the
profits when Daimler-Benz bought company to Chrysler employees,
Chrysler in 1998. something they had received after
Tracinda, which does not hold a federal rescue plan in 1979 that
any DaimlerChrysler shares,joined helped the company avoid bank-
Cerberus Capital, the Blackstone ruptcy.
Group and Magna International of That could take the form of an
Canada in making initial proposals employee stock ownership plan,
to buy Chrysler, which Zetsche said although Tracinda does not need
Wednesday had officially been put an ESOP to arrange financing for
up for sale. Magna's bid is thought the deal, Christensen said.
to be in the range of the Tracinda A Tracinda deal would also
offer, about $4.6 billion. The other depend on reaching a new labor
bids are said to be as high as $13 bil- agreement with the UAW, which
lion. opens national contract talks with
Tracinda's goal is to restore an Detroit companies this summer.
American automotive icon and run It would also hinge on whether
it with a long-term view, not as a Tracinda and DaimlerChrysler
short-term investment, the compa- could agree to share Chrysler's $18
ny said in the letters to Zetsche and. billion employee health care liabil-
DaimlerChrysler. ity, seen as a sticking point in any
Tracinda would put up $100 deal DaimlerChrysler might reach.

Christensen said Chrysler work-
ers would need to make sacrifices on
wages and benefits, something he
said that they would face in any case
given the poor financial conditions
at the Detroit auto companies.
"Obviously they will be asked to
give concessions, but they should
not have to do that for nothing,"
Christensen said.
The offer was the first to become"
public in the seven weeks since
DaimlerChrysler said it was keep-
ing its options open for Chrysler,
which lost $1.5 billion last year and
has required two revamping efforts
since the 1998 merger that created a
global automotive giant.
It gives ammunition to Daim-
lerChrysler stockholders who have
called for the automaker to dump
Chrysler and regroup as a luxury
carmaker, focusing on Mercedes-
Benz.
Indeed, investors greeted the bid
with enthusiasm. DaimlerChrysler
shares rose $4.24, to $84.80, an all-

Friday, April 6, 2007 - 7
time high when adjusted for splits
and dividends.
Yet the conditions put pressure
on Zetsche and union leaders to
give an indication whether they
would prefer to deal with Kerkori-
an or continue the bidding process
with those already in the fray.
Christensen said Kerkorian was
interested in receiving a response
as quickly as possible, and planned
to conclude his due diligence with-
in 60 days.
But analysts, industry executives
and bankers involved in the nego-
tiations all said Zetsche would be
best to bide his time.
"We are in contact with vari-
ous interested parties," a Daim-
lerChrysler spokesman, Han Tjan,
said Thursday. "Mr. Zetsche is very
pleased with the process and all
options are still open."
- Nick Bunkley contributed
reporting from New York, and
Ian Austen from Ottawa.

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1325 . University
1328 Washtenaw
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Great Locations & Amenities
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www.wilsonwhitecompany.com
MODERN BLDG. ON Old West Side
1015 W. HURON
Spacious 2 BR Idealfor Grad Students
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(734) 668-1100.
MODERN, FURNISHED I AND 2
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SPRING IS AROUND THE
CORNER AT RIVER'S EDGE, Pre-
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1, 2, and 3 Bedrooms Available
www.university-living.com
734-487-5750
SPRING SPECIAL
New Prices on Houses at
Campus Realty
1208 Prospect: 6 Bdrm., $2999
1210 Prospect: 6 Bdrm., $2999
1301 Washtenaw: 6 Bdrm., $2999
Campus Realty
1335 South University Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
734-665-8825
SPRING/SUMMER 2007
Campus Area Apartments
Great Selection
REDUCED RATES
SHORT TERM LEASES
Wilson White Company, Inc.
734.995.9200 EHO
www.wilsonwhitecompany.com
STUDIOS, 1, 2, & 3 bdrm. apts. lo-
cated on UM Campus. Call Michigan
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visit www.michcomrealty.com
TWO BDRM., ONE bath. condo.
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ply @ telefund.umich.edu or 763-8180.
A GIFT BEYOND measure. Be an Egg
Donor Em $6,000! Mast be 20-28
years of age, height/weight proportion-
ate, and a non-smoker. Please call:
Alternative Reproductive Resources at
248-723-9979.
BOOK KEEPER/FRONT DESK clerk.
Murray Hotel, Mackinaw Island hiring
summser help now. Call 1.800.462.2546.
DOMESTIC HELPER. MON. & Wed.
2-3 hrs./day. Paid $10/hr., Ann Arbor.
Call PJ 248-722-7250.
EARN $15. HAVE you ever been diag-
nosed w/ depression? UM students who
have previously been diagnosed w/ de-
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or older. If interested, please call
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EARN $800-$3200 A month to drive
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EXPERIENCED, NON-SMOKING,
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GOT SUMMER PLANS?
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P/T ADMINISTRATIVE POSITION
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Experience in customer relations and
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one weekend day each week.
Please fax or email cover letter and re-
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LOVINGFRIENDLY COUPLE indes-
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compensation for your inconvenience:
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PAID DISCUSSION $100, April 17. 2
hrs. Need 20 female UH studentsrage
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vere headaches. No medical testing!
Convenient A2 location south of Briar-
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aged. Call 734-332-1049to register.
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PAINTER-RESIDENTIAL 1 - 2 yrs.
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honest, and hard working. Reliable
auto and drivers liscence required. Call
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995-0715.
WORKING ON MACKINAC Island
this Season - Make lifelong friends.
The Inland House Hotel and Ryba's
Fudge Shops are looking for seasonal
help in all areas: Front Desk, Bell Staff,
Wait Staff, Sales Clerks, and Starbucks
Baristas. Housing available, bonus, and
discounted meals. Call Ryan at 1(800)-
626-6304. www.theislandhouse.com

!!GREAT SUMMER JOB!! Perfect for
education majors; work with children
on field trips, birthday parties, work
outside, some fish cleaning. May
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CAMP COUNSELORS NEEDED for
great overnight camps in the Pocono
Mtns. of PA. Gain valuable experience
while working with children in the out-
doors. Teach/assist with athletics,
swimming, A.C., drama, yoga, archery,
gymnastics, scrapbooking, ropes
course, nature, and much more. Office
& Nanny positions also available.
Apply on-line at:
www.pineforestcamp.com
PALIO IS NOW hiring servers, hosts,
and bussers for our summer rooftop din-
ing. We're looking for people who have
enthusiasm and energy, intelligence,
good judgement, great people skills
and an eye for detail and quality. Com-
petitive pay, dining discounts and a
great working environment. Candidates
must be able to work weekends. Apply
in person daily after 3:00 p.m. 347 S.
Main.
SUMMER CHILDCARE NEEDED in
our Ann Arbor home for 6 yr. old & 11
yr. old. Excellent references & own
transportation req. 7 am - 4 pm M-F.
Contact momskitchen@comcast.net
CHILDCARE IN MY home Mon.-Fri.
4-6pm for 2 children ages 10 & 12.
Auto required. Call Pam at 330-4314.

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AVAILABLE NOW WILLIAM and
Division, 1/2 Bdrm. apts. with security
buzzer, separate storage & laundry fa-
cilities. Gallatin Realty Co.
734-368-0256.
AVAILABLE NOW! ROOM and 3
bdrm. apt. in great location. $600/mo.
Heat & Water incl. 665-8825.
AVAILABLE SEPT. 1ST. William and
Division. Efficiency, I bdrm., and 2
bdrm. apts. with security buzzer, sepa-
rate storage & laundry facilities. Gal-
latin Realty Co. 734-368-0256.
BUSINESS/LAW SCHOOL IS just a
short walk for these spacious I bdrms.
avail. Spring/Fall 2007. 741-9657.
DOWNTOWN QUIET LOCATION. 2
bdrm. apt. & also 1 bdrm. loft apt. Call
Days: 662-7888, Evenings: 995-2433.
EFF., 1-4 BEDROOM Apts. & Houses
Available for Fall. PMSIProperties.com
734-665-5552

$$ SPRING/SUMMER SUBLETS $$
Many to choose from! Stop by
625 Church or call 734-668-1100.
APTS., SUBLETS, & Rmmte(s). List
and Browse FREE! All Cities & Areas.
1-877-367-7368 or www.sublet.com
FREE SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET
finder! Studio - 6 bdrms. Call 741-9300
for a complete list.
FURNISHED EFFICIENCY ON main
campus, includes a/c, heat, elec., water,
and internet. Avail. May 1-Sept. f. Call
843-318-0707.
SPACIOUS 2 BDRM. apt, furn., free
parking $650/mo. 1025 Packard. Call
989-277-3147.
SUBLET AVAILABLE! LESS han
5 min. from Union. $350/mo. VERY
neg.! Contact 702-469-8951 or
zhongm@umich.edu
SUB LEASE LOWER-LEVEL Room
in condo by Busch's Plaza. $550/mo. +
util. Call 800-392-6059.
DISCOUNT DENTAL PLAN, FREE
Vision, Prescription & Chiropractic
Care. Single: $1195/mo. HOUSE-
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people). 1-888-655-2311.
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HEALTH BENEFIT REP. P/T, bene-
fits included, No experience, will train.
734.448.1185.
INDIAN-PROFESSIONAL COUPLE
seeking Asian Indian Egg Donor- Gen-
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a healthy, non-smoking egg donor with
good academic record. Please contact
us at aks8880@gmail.com or call (248)
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LOOKING FOR WAITSTAFF at Ann
Arbor Golf & Outing. Please contact
Jackie at 6634044 ext. 4.
MYSTERY SHOPPERS
Earn up to $150 per day. Exp. not Re-
quired. Undercover Shoppers Needed
to Judge Retail and Dining Establish-
ments. Call 800-722-4791.
SWIMMING POOL SERVICE and
construction. Fast paced outdoor work,
weekends off. Top pay for hard work-
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the NW DETROIT SUBURBS.
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For Friday, April 6, 2007 hay while the Sun shines.
ARIES SCORPIO
(March 21 to April 19) (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
In the next few weeks, you might find Parents must be extra patient with
yourself engaged in secret or backroom children in the next few weeks.
activity for some reason. You're defi- However, you'll have lots of opportunity
nitely going to work behind the scenes. for fun, romance and playtime!
TAURUS SAGITTARIUS
(April 20 to May 20)
You can expect to be much more Increased tension or chaos and activity
involved in activities with others in the at home will test your patience. Do-
month ahead. Join clubs, gyms and whatever you can to smoothe over trou-
classes. It's a good time of year to get bled waters.
more active! (M82lC I c. 21)
GEMINI (Dec. 22to Jan. 19)
(May 21to June 20) Your persuasive powers are very
Your ambition. definitely is aroused strong now. You can outtalk, outthink
now, and it's going to stay that way for and outsmart practically anyone in the
the next six weeks. Use this energy to next few weeks.
accomplish as much asyou can. (It's like AQUARIUS
rowing with the tide.) (Jan. 20to Feb. 18)
CANCER You have a strong desire to, spend
(June 21to July 22) money, and an even stronger desire to
Travel plans and anything connected earn it! Your focus is on your cash flow
with publishing, the media and educa- in the month ahead. Ka-ching!
tion are beginning to excite you. These PISCES
are areas where you're willing to put a (Feb. 19to March 20)
lot of energy in the month ahead. Today Mars moves into your sign,
LEO where it will stay for the next six weeks.
(July 23 to Aug. 22) Thin given you lots of get-up-and-go.
Your sex drive isdefinitely increasing! Your increased energy will make you
This could be because you have found assertive and active in everything you
the love of yosr life. Many Leon are do.
experiencing this in 2007. (Woo voo.) YOU BORN TODAY You're innova-
VIRGO tive, imaginative and clever. You see
(Aug. 23 to Sept. 22) new ways of doing things. You're obser-
Today Mars moves opposite your sign, vant, and you love to experiment. You
where it will stay for the next six weeks. want to get tothe truth of things. You're
This encourages conflict with others. entirely open to new approaches to any-
Consider it your opportunity to demon- thing. Use this wonderful quality in the
strate grace under pressure. year ahead to explore new avenues and
LIBRA open new doors. You're beginning a new
(Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) cycle in your life.
You have a lot of energy and determi- Birthdate of: Zach Braff, actor; Merle
nation now to get better organized in Haggard, country-western singer; Walter
your life. Capitalize on thin and make Boston, actor.
,20017 King Fetrs Soc yndicate, tnc.

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