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SUBLET HELP WANTED HELP ANED
SPRING-SUMMER COMMUNITY EDUCATION & Recrea- TELEPHON
Eff.-One, two bedrooms tion hiring WSI's, lifeguards, & tennis in- INT ERVIEWERS
Parking. Call 663-3050. structors for summer programs. Apply im- The University of Michigan Survey Research
SUBLET SINGLE for $100. 1001 S. Forest. mediately at 2765 Boardwalk, 48104994- Cen is ski or peop with go
Parking space incladed. Call 741-0841. 2300 ext. 233. Ann Arbor Public Schools. comunication skills to conduct social
Pai.EO science research interviews on consumer
SUMMER SUBLET June, July, August. 4 . attitudes and several important health topics.
drm. in 5 bdrm. house on N. Thayer. Free EARN TUITION toward college loading or The successful candidate will possess a
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Fem. only. Full kit w/ microwave, dining at Roadway Package System, 296 Jackson hours/week, evenings (6-l0p.m. or 6-12p.m.)
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Idly. 1945 Woodbury B121. Avail. June 1- EXPERIENCED PERSON needed: 10+ evenings). Pay starts at $6.00 per hour.
Aug. 31. $300/mo. Call 761-6975. flexible hours per week to provide hardware/ Advancement opportunities available.
software installation and support. Knowledge Required 3-day training, with compensation
STUDENT SERVICES of Windows 3.1 configuration and for training upon completion of twenty 30-
optimization; printer, modem, RAM, and net- minute interviews. No Sales. Apply in person
CASH FOR COLLEGE. 900,000 grants work card installation and configuration; and weekdays, May 17-27, 8a.m.-4:30p.m. at:
available. No repayments, ever. Qualify communications software required. Ex. University of Michigan, Institute for Social
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and faculty (up to 10) interested in leaming nents to: CLS, 3135 S. State, Suite 300, Ann 7339. An Equal Opportunity/Affinnative
bout the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT): Arbor, MI 48108. Action Employer.
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Pro envirounment Candidates 5620.
ROOMMATE(S) NEEDED Male, Junior,
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QA | Astudents from across the country. Good ANNOUNCEMENTS
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and made a motion to retract the Sep-
He said the regents' comparison of
same-sex relationships to married
couples is "in opposition to 4,000years
ofnurturing andbuilding theideaofthe
family as the cornerstone of Western
Baker said he has received numer-
ous complaints about the change in the
bylaw. "The people rebel when those
whose sexual practices are repugnant
to most citizens are set apart as a dis-
criminated class underthe University's
anti-discrimination policies," he said.
with applause from some members of
the packed house, his comments
brought emotional responses from the
Regent Laurence Deitch (D-
Bloomfield Hills) told Baker that he
resented his remarks.
"What I want you to know ... is
families come in all shapes, sizes, col-
ors and what we judge in people is their
character," Deitch told Baker.
In an interview prior to the regents'
meeting, Duderstadt said many ques-
tions were not completely answered in
"We need abetter sense of what the
costs of the benefits will be," he said.
The afternoon before the presenta-
tion of the task force report, 12 people
addressed theregents on theissue, with
eight speaking in favor of the changes.
Sally Johnson, a University per-
sonnelemployee, began her remarks in
favor of the report by showing her
family pictures, including one of her
spouse - Diane.
"Diane and I have been committed
spouses for many years. Diane has a
disability and she's not employed and
she has no insurance," Johnson said.
Johnson said her fellow hetero-
sexual employees should have cover-
age extended to their spouses, and she
"Michigan isfallingbehind.I, along
with a large number of gay-lesbian
colleagues have been disadvantaged,"
Rackham student Jefferson Will-
iams spoke against the task force re-
port. "Now the University is being
asked to extend the privilege of family
housing to a new group of people - a
group whose members, we have seen,
can only be identified on the basis of a
particular aspect of their behavior -
behavior which is still illegal under
Michigan state law," he said.
CLASSIFIED ADS 764-0557.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
...will conduct a commercial vendor fair at
threecampus area locations during its 1994
Fall Move-In, August 31 - Septeniber 2,
1994. The vendor fair will make available to
students items they may wish to acquire in
fumishing their residence hall rooms. No
other commercial vending will be permitted
at or near University buildings durng those
days. Beginning May 18, upon written
request, interested vendors will be provided
with guidelines for reserving space, vendor
fees, and specifics related to the vendor sites.
Applications will be accepted from vendors
beginning Wednesday, June 1, 1994. Space
at the vending locations is limited and will be
assigned contingent upon the continued
availability of space. Thus, vendors are
encouraged to submit their applications as
early as possible. Requests for guidelines
should be placed on a 3x5 note card and
submitted to the U-M Housing Division,
Move-In Vending Program, 1011 Student
Activities Building, Ann Arbor, Michigan,
48109-1316. Potential vendors also may fax
their 1-page submissions to the attention of
the Move-In Vending Program, 313/763-
2313. Only written submissions will be
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EGG DONOR NEEDED for professional,
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White female 35 or younger. Financial com-
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Battle Creek, MI 49016-2489.
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