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Monday, June 8, 1998 - The Michigan Daily - 7

EAMBUNG
will not be allowed.
"You've got to look at these (gambling) players and say, 'Is
this person going to play?" Goss said.
Goss said the issue is more serious than some people take
it to be.
"It's not just nickels and dimes" Goss said. "We are really
concerned with it ourselves."
Percy Bates, an education prof. and director of the program
for education opportunity, said the worry over athletic gam-
*ling reaches beyond the University.
"The (Big T'n) conference has a concern about gambling,"
Bates said.
Bates added that while the University itself is not current-
ly facing any gambling charges, it is necessary to consider
the issue.
"We need to have some heavy discussion on the sub-
ject," Bates said. "We need to develop a strong confer-
ence policy that incorporates anyone involved in inter-
collegiate athletics."
Goss said solving the problem will not necessarily be simple.
"Awareness is just one aspect," Goss said. "We need to do

The University's Future Car team is converting a Ford Taurus as part of a two-year competition to
build a vehicle with up to three times the fuel efficiency of today.

CRUISE SHIP & Land-Tour Jobs - Workers
earn up to $2,000+/month (w/tips & benefits)
in seasonal/year-round positions. World
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EARN $7/HR. in 1 to 5 hour reaction time
study @ East Hall. Right-handed females
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ENTREPRENEUR SEARCH. Growing as-
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x citing and unique Mackinac State His.
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tive American Interpreters, Guest Service
Representatives and Museum Store Clerks.
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June - Labor Day. Dorm housing available
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vited to interview will be contacted. EOE.
FRIENDS GIFT SHOPS
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
Cashier experience helpful
8-18 hrs, evenings, weekends, holidays
Poe summer continuing into fail.
Some daytime hours available.
Work Study Students Qualify.
$6.25. Call 936-5971 after 12 noon.
GENERAL PROPERTY Maintenance: Full
or Pan-time. Flexible hours. $9/hr. 662-1122
anytime.
GEO TEMPORARY ORGANIZER: Part-
time to start August or ASAP, for progressive
1,600-member Graduate Employees Or-
anization local preparing for contract
egotiations. Application by June 10 to:
GEO, 527 E. Liberty, Suite 205, Ann Arbor,
MI 48104-2242. See http://www.umici.edu/
umgeo for more information.
HOUSEHOLD HELP, 6-8 hrs./wk., plus
driving adolescents during summer. Own car.
$8/hr. 663-8167.

HOUSEKEEPING 9 hrs./wk. $9.50/hr.
Laundry/vacuuming/etc. Walking distance to
campus. 662-7169 after 6 p.m.
LEGISLATIVE INTERN position open in a
conservative GOP office. Duties include
research, public relations, assisting the
Senator for session, caucus and committee
work. Contact Ben Ramirez, (517)373-7670.
MAINTENANCE- Large Ann Arbor com-
munity seeking high energy experienced
maintenance person with knowledge of air
conditioning, plumbing, electrical and apart-
ment preps. Must have transportation. Call
for appointment. 734-665-4331.
NOW HIRING
for midnight shift
Competitive pay & benefits. Abraham Shell
on comer of State & Eisenhower. Ask for
Lisa @ 662-1790.
OFFICE ASSISTANT: Light bookkeeping,
part-time, mornings, some weekends. Must
be flexible, but can work around school
schedule. Apply @ Scorekeepers, 310
Maynard. 995-0100.
PART-TIME SONG Writing Assoc. 3 posi-
tions avail. Good English and music skills.
741-9012.
PREP COOK WANT ED- 4am-8am daily.
Call (734) 764-2142 or apply in person at
University Catering.
PROPERTY MANAGER-Seeking
enthusiastic, high energy, self-motivated,
take charge individual or team, forta
challenging, rewarding full Property
Management position. Knowledge of leasing,
purchase orders, scheduling, and maintenan-
ce proced res necessary. Excellent salary and
benefits. Fax rsame o 248-649-2373.
STRONG STUDENT. Private home
landscaping help. Temporary. Flexible hours.
$9/hr. N.E. Ann Arbor. 747-8273.
STUDENT NEEDED to work this summer
as a lab assistant. Prefer biology or chemistry
major. Pays $6/hr. Call Maggie at 764-1549
between 8-4:30 Mon.-Fri.
SUBSTITUTES NEEDED. NAEYC Ac-
credited Early Childhood Center is in need of
substitutes for Spring and Summer. Call 668-
0887.
SUMMER DISCOVERY
SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES
Counsellors needed for our pre-college
enrichment programs. Applicants must be 21
years old by June 20, 1998.
We need:
*Mature
*Hardworking
*Energetic individuals who can dedicate 4-7
weeks this summer working with teenagers.
To receive an application or to find out more
information: Call (888)8SUMMER or E-
mail: jen@summerfun.com.
T-SHIRT PRINTER NEEDS shirt folder/
sorter. Call Adrian's at 994-1367.

TANFASTIC HIRING now & for Fall.
Must be available mornings or afternoons 2-3
days/wk. Apply @ S. Main St. or E.
Michigan Ave. locations.
TELEMARKETING Eves. $7-$12/hr. No
selling! Call John 996-1157.
TEMPORARY LEASING AGENT. Large
Ann Arbor apt. community. Must have
general office experience. April-Labor Day.
Call 734-665-4331.
THE BLUE NILE-immediate opening for
the following positions: table bussers, host or
hostess and dishwashers. Apply in person be-
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calls.
THREE FALL OPENINGS. Early Chil-
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close center. Work with children 3-5 years
old. Stant Ang. 31, Monday-Friday. I job is
7:30-9:30 am., 2 job are 3-5:30. Call Pat at
668-0887. Great fun & earn some cashl
VOLUNTEER IN Africa or Mexico. One
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rights, community development, youth,
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relief, more. Internships inou Washington
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visions.
WAITSTAFFNEEDED-$8-$10/h. Flexible
hours, great pay, full tirne and part time. Ex-
perience helpful bet not necessary. Valid
driver's license required. Call (734) 764-
2142 or apply in person at University
Catering.
WANTED: Students who speak Chinese,
Cantonese, Korean, and other Asian lan-
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1644.
chid care
AUTISTIC 11 yr. old boy, high functioning,
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BABYSI'ER WANTED in our N.E. Ann
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afternoons. Own trans elation. 1-2 year
commitment preferred. Refs. requird. 930-
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ENT HUSIASTIC PERSON needed for oc-
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references a must. Please call 930-1525.
EXPERIENCED CAREGIVER needed for
2 yr. old in our A2 home, pt.-time, p.m.s.
Non-smkr., refs., owntrans, 994<0393.

FEMALE COMPANION for 11 yr old girl
for summer break. 9-3 most days. Must be
creative and able to structure activity. With
own transportation. 663-5740.
MOTHER'S HELPER/babysitter. $8/hr.
Tues. &/or Thurs. mornings. Call 665-4974
between 6-9 p.m.
QUALITY CHILDCARE needed for our
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SITTER WANTED to watch 2 toddler boys
twice/wk. in home. Own car. 668-7324.
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DONATIONS OF USED BOOKS wanted
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Business
School-
receives
$15000
By Nikita Easley
B-ily Sa ffRepsrter
The fiture just keeps getting better for
Business School supporters.
The University's School of Business
was awarded $150,000 by Proctor &
Gamble.
The Business School was one of four
Universities awarded funding through the
company's Curriculum Development
Grant.
In recognition for their Emerging
Markets Enterprise Management
Simulation project, the Business School
will receive $150,000 from Proctor &
Gamblecover the next threeyears
EM-MAPS will "increase student
understanding and skills in managing a
business in emergency world markets
through developing and testing" said
James Taylor, a profe ssor of M keing
and the project leader.
Taylor added that the reason the
Business Schooldecidedon prsuingthis
type of project was to emphasize effec-
tive transitions from a centrally planned
economy to a free market economy.
Taylor added that EM-MAPS would
also help in shifting from 'traditional
teaching methods" to a "training environ-
ment with more experimental learning.
Recent Business School graduate
Marcus Trice agreed that hands-on leam-
ing is often more beneficial than other
classroom techniques.
"Experience is always better than
learning a theory," Trice said.
"Experience is more valuable, especially
with a company."
Taylor said that once the project is
completed, students at the University -
and across the world - will have the
opportunity to participate in the study.
"The project is not only targeted for
the Business School, but for student
globally,"Taylor said. "Ultimately sim
ulation could go on the Internet.
The project developed by the
Business School was one of 64 sent :
Proctor & Gamble for this year's
Curriculum and Development Grant.
Since 1992, the company has award-
ed 28 grants to University programs
that have cutting-edge and innovative
curriculum programs for the future.
Millie Richardson, the supervisor o
corporate contributions and communi-
ty relations, said Proctor & Gamble
also considers recruitment from the
schools when deciding the winners.
"We want to know how can we hell
the University continue providing stu
dents to our company" Richardson said
Although Trice has graduated, he sai
the interaction of Proctor & Gamb
with the University excites him.
"I like when companies interact with
students to show the lessons learned i
the classroom are use in the real
world," Trice said. "It also keeps the rep-
utation of the B-School very high."

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