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Airline to use students
in disaster simulation

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From staff reports
University students may have the
opportunity to experience what it's like
to endure an airport emergency.
The Office of University Relations is
assisting a major airline in recruiting
students to participate in the exercise.
Student volunteers are needed to play
*e roles of various professionals who
would be involved in an airport emer-
gency, including survivors of an air dis-
aster, family members of victims, jour-
nalists and attorneys.
Past drills have attracted students
who are interested in drama, social

work, law, journalism and psychology.
The disaster simulation will take
place at Detroit Metropolitan Airport
on Tuesday from approximately 2-4
p.m.
Wayne County emergency crews, as
well as the American Red Cross and
mental health professionals will be par-
ticipating in the exercise.
The airline has asked that its identity
not be revealed so that its employees
can experience the drill as it happens.
Students may register with the
Office of University Relations at 763-
5800.

MACHEN
Continued from Page 1
In April, Machen said that although
he had not submitted his name to pres-
idential searches at other universities, if
the chance arose to take the reigns of
another school, he may be interested.
After discovering he had been select-
ed as one of the three finalists for the
school's top position, Machen said he
was welcome to the opportunity.
"I have a lot of respect for the
University of Georgia," Machen said.
"I am very impressed with what they
are doing."
Following Machen's announcement
that he would not to continue his tenure
as provost, Bollinger formed a search
committee to seek Machen's replace-
ment.

Machen said no matter what the
future holds for him, he will assist
Bollinger and the University in this
time of transition.
"I've got a lot of things I'm not
going to leave here," Machen said.
"I'm not going to leave before my time
is over as provost. I've told President
Bollinger that I am very interested in
helping him get through the transition."
University of Georgia Graduate
School Dean Gordhan Patel, a member
of the presidential search committee,
said the committee selected the final
candidates from a pool of 130 initial
nominees.
Patel said he could not comment on
which of the three candidates would be
offered the position, but he said the com-
mittee conducted a thorough search.
Duderstat sai it tisionlntural that

Machen would be chosen as a presi-
dential search finalist at a national uni-
versity.
"University of Michigan provosts are
frequently approached about presiden-
cies," Duderstadt said. "Dr. Machen
has done a great job in a difficult situ-
ation as U. of M. provost."
Duderstadt said he cannot predict
whether or not Georgia "will see the
wisdom in selecting Machen" or
whether Machen would accept.
"I am certain that Dr. Machen will
make a great university president,"
Duderstadt said.
With approximately 30,000 students,
The University of Georgia in Athens is
the largest of 34 institutions in the
University System of Georgia.
The final selection is scheduled to be
made on n

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Resumes, cover letters, applications &
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AAA STUDENT PAINTERS irtung crew
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ANN ARBOR'S BEST SPORTS BAR &
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is now taking applications for office
personnel to help account for day to day
operations. icants should be familiar
with Microsoft Word and Excel. Great
personal & communication skills to oversee
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necessary. Great for B-School students. 10-
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tion for summer and fall term '97. Apply
310 Maynard next to Kinko's.
ANN ARBOR'S BIGGEST SPORTS BAR
AND RESTAURANT is now hiring cooks
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Flexible hours. No exp. needed, but helpful.
Good starting pay. Great social attohr
Hard working, paceual applicants should
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Bordrs
ASSISTANT MARKETER for growing
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COMPUTER PROGRAMMER
VAX BASIC/VMS
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Training available for proper candidate.
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COUNTER HELP WANTED: Sp/Su term.
Morning and early afternoon shifts available.
$6.00/hr. Contact Gayle Flowers to apply at
the U of M Business School snack bar. 936-
3160.
CRUISE SHIP JOBS! $10-$25/hr. Free
travel. Now hiring for all itions. Call 1-
800-962-8077 Ext. M-101 .
GARDENING - 10-15 HRS./WK. $8/HR.
Expemence-pref. 995-0986.
GET OUT OF THE HEAT and build your
resume this summer. Come work for
Datastat, a nationally renowned survey
research organization. We are currently
hiring telephone interviewers. Earn 6-9.50hr
NO SALES. Full or part-time, evenings and
weekends. You set your own schedule. Call
9944189 for taped info or apply at 3975
Resoarch Park Dr., Ann Arbor.
HELP WANTED....Men/Women eam $480
weekly assembling circuit boards/electronic
components at home. Experience
unnecessary, will train. Immediate opemngs'
your local area. Call 520/680-7891 ext.
D719. ;
INSTRUCTORS NEEDED FOR: Swim-
ming and Tennis with AAPS Community
Education & Recreation. Weekday, evening
and weekend hours available. Call
immediately: 994-2300 ext. 233.
MARKET RESEARCH
TELE-MARKETING
We have a part-time (appx. 20 hrs./wk.)
sition available in our Ann Arbor office.
are a leader in Medical Billing for
Physicians, and we are expanding into new
(for us) states. For each new area, we must
create a data base of the existing market
structure. We do this with lots of
investigative methods including phone calls
to hospitals and physicians. We are looking
for a dedicated, meticulous, persistent, quick
thinking person who can type - accurately -
60 wpm OR MORE. Excellent spoken
English a must. A knowledge of the medical
world would be helpful but notsnecessary
(willing so train the right person). WE
OFFER GREAT PAY AND EXCELLENT
BENEFITS -WHAT CAN YOU OFFER??
We're only a 10 minute bus ride from
campus. Fax your resume to 313/667-7407 or
mail to PMG, Personnel Coordinator, Box
1108, Ann Arbor 48106.
MASSEUSE WANTED for twice/wk.
session. Exp. not necessary. Not a business
$25/hr. 800/577-7468, enter 4890827.
NOW HIRING punt-time cooks at local pub.
Flexible hours, must work through Art Fair.
No experience necessary. 995-9106.
OFFICE PERSON 20 hrs./wk. Management
& receivables. Mac skills a must. 313/761-
7204.
POSTAL JOBS, 3 positions available. No
exp. necessary. For info call 1-818/757-3141
ext. 6140.
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PRACTICE REPRESENTATIVE
MEDICAL CODING SPECIALIST
Career opportunities available in our Ann
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Billing, and we are looking for those who are
dedicated, meticulous and quick thinking.
Excellent communication & business writing
skills along with a knowledge of human
anatomy a must. Knowledge of Medical
Billing & Coding helpful but not necessary
(willing to train the right person). WE
OFFER GREAT PAY AND EXCELLENT
BENEFITS - WHAT CAN YOU OFFER?
Interested: fax your resume to 313/677-7407
or mail to PMG, Personnel Coordinaator,
Box 1108, Ann Arbor, 48106-1108.
PROGRESSIVE NON-PROFIT org. seeks
Admin. Asst. to Exec. Dir. Computer tsp.,
attn. to detail a must: Word 6, Excel 5, nnail.
20 hrs./wk./$8/hr. Equal opp. employer. Fax
resume to 313-747-6794 or mail to New
Party, 122S. Main St. #270, Ann Arbor, MI
48104.
RESEARCH ASSISTANT II for study of
birth defects. Molecular biology skills req. F/
T permanent. 763-3396.
SCOREKEEPERS is hiring outgoing in-
dividuals for wait & floor staff. Prefer can-
didates who are avail. thru Fall. Apply in per-
son to Eric at 310 Maynard.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for an infer-
tility clinic. Male students or grads. 20-40
yrs. old are sought. Donors are paid $60 per
acceptable donation. Write APRL, P.O. Box
2674, Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
SUMMER HELP WANTED: Full time, for
delivery of packaged ice, part time fall,
winter and spring work available. Flexible
schedule. Cail or apply in person at Party
Time Ice Company 1854 Cadillac St., Yp-
silanti MI 48198. 1-800-942-7364.
THE MICHIGAN WOMEN'S gymnastics
team is seeking a motivated, highly or-
ganized and self-directed individual with
some knowledge of the sport to become a
team manager. If interested, please call 313/
647-7980 for mome information.
WANTED 100 STUDENTS. Lose 5-100
lbs. New metabolism breakthrul R.N. asst.
Free gift. $35 Dr. recomend.-guar. 800-940-
5377.
WORK STUDY student (valid status):
Various office type duties in the Medical
Center. Call Liz Cole at 936-5504.
BABYSITTER: Non-smoker for 20-25 hrs./
wk. Flexible schedule. Elem. ed. or camp
counselor background helpful. Must have
own car. 663-3223.
FRIENDLY NON-SMOKING Female
needed for companionship, trans. & care of
10 yr. girl. Aftemoons starting June 16. 663-
5740.
FULL TIME/PART TIME beginning mid
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9626 for details.

SITTER FOR LOVABLE 6 yr. old in my
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SUMMER '97: 5 & 9 yr. old boys. 15-25
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Reduced Fall hrs. possible. Call 663-3482.
SUPERVISE 10 1/2 YR. OLD girl & 7 yr.
old boy at swim club this summer. Mon.-
Thurs., about 25 hrs./wk. Pay neg. Own car.
994-0959. References required.
WELL-PAID BUT OCCASIONAL
childcare for 10 yr. old boy. Possible regular
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roommates
GUARANTEED NOT SCARY Housemate
needed I bdrm. Avail. June 1 stable situation
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ersonal
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I WANT TO BE A BIG SISTER, so if you
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UM Boxing Club open for
summer at the coliseum
at 5th & Hill.
Good atmosphere.
Open Mon. 7-9, Tues. 4-6,
Thurs. 4-6
For details, call 930-3246.
Try a new sport fsr the summer.
it's affordable andtun!

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