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PRYOR
From Page IA
the press conference. "And I could
learn from the senior. I feel com-
fortable with coach Tressel - not
that I don't feel comfortable with
coach Rod."
After speaking with the Buck-
eye coaching staff, Pryor said he
got a feel for how he would be

used during his first season in
Columbus. He told reporters he
envisions being used like Florida's
Tim Tebow was two seasons ago.
Tebow, who became the first-ever
player to win the Heisman Trophy
as a sophomore last year, played as
a backup during his first season,
coming in every few downs to give
his offense a change of pace.
Pryor, also a highly regarded
basketball recruit, expressed

remorse about having to spurn
the Wolverines and their coaching
staff. Rodriguez began recruiting
Pryor while he was still coaching
at West Virginia.
Pryor acknowledged that he
might be giving up the opportuni-
ty to start as a freshman by choos-
ing scarlet and gray over maize
and blue.
"I feel bad because I said no to
Michigan," Pryor said. "I had so

much of a bond with Coach Rodri-
guez and (recruiting coordinator)
Tony Gibson. They just had hopes
on me, but I let them down."
Rodriguez's spread-option
offense, which normally relies on
a running quarterback, appeared
to be a good fit for Pryor's skill
set. None of the quarterbacks on
Michigan's current roster have
experience playing in Rodriguez's
system.

STOCKWELL
From Page IA
the locations of the bathrooms. If
the floors were mixed with male
and female students, she said,
the bathrooms could be a long
walk down the hall for one sex or
the other.
When asked how housing offi-
cials would accommodate needs

Thursday, March 20, 2008 - 7A
of male students like urinals,
Logan said University Housing
would only address those con-
cerns if it ultimately decides to
make the dorm co-ed.
The renovation scheduled
for this summer will redesign
Stockwell's bathrooms, add air
conditioning and provide new
lounge spaces - all things that
housing officials hope will entice
students to live in the dorm.

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THE COURTYARDS WILL
be providing free cb rides
from YELLOW CAB on
Monday March 17th from
10 p.m. to I a. min celebra-
tion of St. Patrick's Day.
Just show your student ID
and say It's Cool to Live at
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reach YELLOW CAB at
(734) 663-3355. Don't for-
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ONE BLOCK FROM Campus! 816
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for getting to class and being in the
middle of all the action! This bi-level 5
bedroom has a remodeled kitchen, natu-
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AWESOME LUXURY COMMU-
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Free carport. Full wshr/dryer, dish-
washer, and microwave. 1025-1279 sq.
ft. Pool, playground, volleyball, fitness
center. Call 734-449-4213 to inquire.

JAYSON EPSTEIN DOCTOR of chi-
ropractic. Accepting new patients upon
consult. 4 treatments- $75. 717-2935
NEED A PSYCHIATRIST?
Call MARTHA HASHIMOTO, M. D.
Board certified adult, child & adoles-
cont psychiatrist for an appointment
a (734) 327-4760.
NEED AN ATTORNEY?
MIP, DUt, Possession, Fake ID, etc.
Atty. Paul Tarnavsky @ 248-212-0239
or email: tarnavskylaw@yahoo.com
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PROFESSIONAL EDITOR.
General & technical, incl. scientific
manuscripts & grant proposals.
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THESIS EDITING- LANGUAGE,
organization, format. 25 yrs. U-M exp.
996-0566 or writeon@iserv.net
CANCER RESEARCH SUMMER
INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (CaRSIP)
As part of its Cancer Biology Training
Program, the University of Michigan
Comprehensive Cancer Center, in part
with funding from the National Insti-
tutes of Health (NIH) is providing expo-
sure to cancer research for highly moti-
vated andtalented college undergradu-
ates. This program will give the suc-
cessful applicants an opportunity to ex-
plore potential careers in the field of
cancer. Interns are paid a stipend of
$4,500 for ten weeks during the sum-
mer and are aimed at students who are
completing their sophomore or junior
undergraduate year this spring. In
keeping with the terms of the NIH
grant, we especially encourage applica-
tions from individuals from minority
groups that are currently underrepre-
sented in biomedical and behavioral
research.
If you are interested in this opportunity,
please see the application form at:
http://sitemaker.umich.edu/cccresearch-
grans/files/CaRSIP_Application.doc
All applications must be submitted
electronically by April 4, 2008.
Questions about the program? Please
email Mary Rexer-Bluhm at
maryrex@umich.edu
Difficulty downloading or uploading
application? Please email Alex
Tashian at aash@umich.edu
SUMMER FELLOWSHIPS AVAIL-
ABLE @ Nacht & Associates, P.C. for
undergraduates interested in civil rights
law. Fellows work closely with firm at-
torneys and are exposed to a variety of
legal concepts. Please visit
www.nachtlaw.com for more info. Ap-
plication deadline is March 21, 2008.
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!!!BARTENDING!!! $300 /day poten-
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training provided. 800-965-6520 x 125.
ALL STAR AUTO Lights, P/T $8/hr.
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ALLSTUDENTS
$14.25 base-appt, flex scheds, condi-
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EARN $800-$3200 A month to drive
brand new cars with ads placed on
them. www.AdCarClub.com
EXCEPTIONAL EGG DONORS
needed $8000-$15000 for qualified, re-
sponsible applicants. All etlicities
welcome. Special need for Jewish,
Asian, East Indian donors. Close per-
sonal support by experienced donor.
Contact Dawn 951-696-7466.
FertilityAlternative.com/eggdonors

GET PAID TO Play Video Games!
Earn $20-$100 to test and play new
video games.
www.videogameplay.com
OFFICE ASSISTANT: AT least a 3.8
high school GPA, age 18 or older, job
experience(s) extra-curricular activi-
ties, computer skills. Very flexible
hours. $12/hour. Part-time position.
Send resume to flexskills@yahoo.com

DANCE INSTRUCTOR NEEDED
Fall 2008 Responsible, experienced
dancer needed to teach ballet, tap, jazz,
lyrical and/or hip hop. 429-5522
dancesteps@comcast.net
MARKETING INTERN. WORK 10-
12 hours per week on marketing tasks,
phone calls, errands, mailings.
$11/hour. Need car. 734-657-5345.
PAID ADVERTISING SALES and
MARKETING POSITION. REAL
sales and mktg. internship working for
Plan It Michigan, the free student plan-
ner avail. each fall! GREAT RESUME
BOOSTER! Call Phil at 610-696-8384
cxt. 101, phil@studentmediagroup.con
www.studentmediagroup.com for info.
PART-TIME
Photographer/Assistants needed for
event Photography Company. Must be
available nights/ weekends Apr.-June.
Digital. SLR experience preferred,
equipment and training provided.
$10-15 per hour. Call 734-449-2467.
SEEKING APPLICANTS FOR Divi-
sion of Student Affairs 2008-09 Stu-
dent Advisory Board
The Board provides ideas, advice and
feedback on issues of critical impor-
tance to the effective design and deliv-
ery of services and programs at the Uni-
versity. Information and applications
are available online at http://uuis.umich.-
edu/student matters/advisory.html.
Applications are due 5:00 pm Monday,
March 31. Direct questions to the
Office of the Vice President for Stu-
dent Affairs 734-764-5132.
SWIMMING POOL SERVICE and
construction. Fast paced outdoor work.
Weekends off. Top pay for hardwork-
ing, self-motivated people to work in
the NW Detroit suburbs. Please contact
248-477-7727 or 248-755-9236.
TEMPORARY, P/T RECEPTION-
IST/RUNNER for downtown Ann Ar-
bor law office. Up to 29 hours pef"
week at $10.00/hr. Please fax resume
to: 734-332-0971.
TUTOR NEEDED FOR nice 8th gr *
boy, math, some read/write, car needed
to p/u at school 3-5 2-3 days/wk.
734-355-2005.
UNDERCOVER SHOPPERS
Earn up to $150 per day. Under cover
shoppers needed to judge retail and
dining establishments. Exp. Not req.
Call 800-722-4791.
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WORK ON MACKINAC Island this
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Island House Hotel and Ryba's Fudge
Shops are looking for seasonal help in
all areas: Front Desk, Bell Staff, Wait
Staff, Sales Clerks, and Baristas. Em-
ployment through late October. Hous-
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able. Call Ryan 1 (800)626-6304.
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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
GREAT SUMMER JOB & THE EX-
PERIENCE OF A LIFETIME!
Trail's End Camp & Chestnut Lake
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female Specialist Counselors base
ball, lacrosse, gymnastics, golf, cheer-
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lure, mountain biking, dance, water-
front and web design. Male Bunk
Counselors also available; June 17th -
August 17th APPLY ONLINE AT
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CONSIDERED FOR A POSITION AT
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SUMMER CAMPS!! Call Ryan Peters
with questions - 1-800-408-1404.

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AKC REGISTERED FEMALE En-
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For Thursday, March 13, 2008
ARIES
(March 21to April 19)
You will enjoy time spent by yourself
today. If you can find solitude in beauti-
ful surroundings, take advantage of it.
You need some gentle, tender, loving
care - just for you.
TAURUS
(April 20 to May 20)
A powerful friend could have some
helpful advice for you today.
Alternatively, your involvement with a
group could bring important changes
that are good for you, good for others or
both.
GEMINI
(May 21 to June 20)
You have a chance to improve your
image in the world today. As you do this,
you definitely will impress parents,
teachers, bosses and any authority fig-
ures in your life.
CANCER
(June 21 to July 22)
Your appreciation of beauty is height-
ened today. Visit parks, galleries, muse-
ums and beautiful places, and enjoy your
surroundings! Talk to people from dif-
ferent cultures.
LEO
(July 23 toAug. 22)
You might see entirely new applica-
tions for something today, especially
something that someone else owns. Or
you might see a better way of handling
shed property or shared possessions.
VIRGO
(Aug. 23 to Sept. 22)
Honest discussions can improve a
close relationship today. Don't be criti-
cal. Remain positive. Nevertheless, think
abouthow you can improve communica-
tion with someone.
LIBRA
(Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)
You can improve your job today or
improve your health - or both. Or, you
might improve your health by discover-

ing a better way of doing your job.
SCORPIO
(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
Romance and flirtatious exchanges are
passionate and playful today. You're in
the mood for fun! You might feel quite
competitive if you're involved in sports.
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22 to Dec. 21)
Be on the lookout for ways to improve
the appearance of where you live or,
possibly, the appearance of a family
member. You definitely can make
improvements to your private life.
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22 to tan. 19)
You're extremely convincing today!
You're really hot if you sell, teach, mar-
ket or act. Very few people will be able
to resist your influence.
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20 to Feb. 18)
Trust your moneymaking ideas. Today
you might dream up new ways of earn-
ing money or see new sources of
income. You also might see new uses for
somethingyoualready own. Resourceful
you!
PISCES
(Feb. 19 to March 20)
You definitely can do somethingtoday
that improves your appearance or the
first impression you create on others.
You even might improve your health in
some way.
YOU BORN TODAY You have a fine
mind, and many of you are abracted to
philosophical, intellectual subjects.
Some of you have the gift of prophecy.
Because you appreciate life cycles,
you're extremely resilient-you always
bounce back from adversity. You con-
stantly strive to become a better person.
Take note: This yearmight be one of the
most powerful years of your life. Dream
big!
Birthdate of: Dana Delany, actress;
W.O. Mitchell, author; William H. Macy,
actor.

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FREE SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET
finder. Studio - 4 bdrms. Call 741-9300
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