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Michigan Daily Summer Weekly, 2000-07-03

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The Michigan Daily - Monday, uwy 3 2000-

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Werred to the Universitv.
The funds will be added to the University's endow-
ment fund. Unless a University president in the future
deems it necessary. the University does not plan to
spend the yearly distributions until the final settlement
of the trust.
Bank One projects that it will take about 30 to 40
years fsr fhe fin1 settlement to occur.
d t request i the
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Once Knorr's brother passes away, the money will be
donated in its entirety to the Uniersity.
Knorr was born in February of 1924 and passed away
in October of 1998. Knorr practiced law for a brief time
and then started the Scott Equipment Company out of
Detroit, with two partners in the 1960's
ite company manufactures machines, used to bond
plastic tabs for indexes, that te used by commercial
binderies worldwide
He never iiriried and has no children
Pat Leddg c ai Bloomfield IHills attorny, who knew

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for the
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Call Allex734-662-6597
Fredric's Corp, exclusive distributor of
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Interested in all types and especially full-
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Experience wih Office applications and
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roommates wanted to lease apts, collect rent,
and do minor maintenance. Beginning Mid-
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SCOREKEEPERS is now hiring part-time
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speakers, have no neurological or maior
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Payment $10-$15. For information/
scheduling, call Ruthann (734) 647-8762.
SUBJECTS NEEDED for experiments in
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english speakers, right handed, with normal
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normal hearing. Pay is $10/hr. + bonus based
on perfirmassnce. Call 936-2056 or email
SUBJECTS WANTED for Perception
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Must be right hansded and have vision
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OR INTERNSHIP for Real Estate
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time. Excellent Salary EOE Please send
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Mckinley Properties
319 Brun Court
AmArhsbr, M l 481113
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Healthy men and women ages 18-65 who are
non-smoking and not taking any medications
are needed to participate in a study
examining the effect of commonly used
medications on enzymes found in the liver
and intestine. The study requires a physical
exam and a 14 day stay in the General
Clinical Research Center at the University of
Michigan Hospital. Participants will take one
of 4 study drugs or no drug, have blood
drawn and undergo medical procedures.
Compensation is $1475.00. For more
information call Tele Care at (734)763-9000
and enter code 2205. Please leave your name,
phone number.
WANTED: Occasional Male Smokers-Male
smokers between ages of 25 and 45 needed
for UM study. Payment of $220. Call 734-
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WANTED: Want to quit smoking? Women
smokers ages 20-65 who want to quit are
needed for UM study. Free nicotine patch
treatment and possible medication. Call 734-
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Web Designer- Must be both graphically
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Call 434-2878.
CHILDCARE WANTED in A2 home close
to campus. 15-20 hrs/wk. incI 7.30-9.30 am.
Exp., refs., & trans. req. Price neg. Ages 3
yrs. and 1 yrs. Call 248-231-9954.
Fanner Franceiscani Unisrsity executive
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In celebration of the Independence Day Weekend, Pioneer High School holds
an annual carnival in its parking lot. The carnival, sponsored by the Ann Arbor
Jaycees, will continue until Tuesday.

Continued from Page 1
the Chicago Bulls.
"Really?" Crawford exclaimed with
a dumbfounded look on his face, caus-
ing the press room to explode with
Crawford remained there for the rest
of the press conference somewhat in
shock, still doting a Cleveland hat
although lie had been sent to the Bulls
for Chris Mihm
It's like a roller coaster, Crawford
said. "You never really know which way
you're going to go. My name was
called, and that s what matters the most
to rie.
Welcome to the NBA. And if any col-
lege player had the proper preparation
to deal vs h the sita iison, is was
Cri ford.
After leadig Michigan in scurisg
throutsh the first seventeen games last
season. the WA i forced him to sit out
the rerainder of the season for, among
other thines. taking money fromr family
iend Barry Ilenthorne. He had hived
with Hesihorne while he was still in
high school. and the alleged gifts had
been given before Craw ford got to col-
:urthiermore, the NC A A ruled that
Crawfoi d would save to reimburse
llenthornOe Criginally. Crawford had
stid he would return to Michiia for
is sophomoresa seoss.i
But Crw 3virdsid thts. dis't per-
cc, vE axway for m o!p) yback
i t t t{

fully expecting to return to Michigan.
But after a positive workout in the
pre-draft camp in Chicago and a good
showing with a couple of individual
teams, Crawford became projected as a
top twenty pick.
Then lie was itvited to Minneapolis
to attend the live draft, an honor given
to only 16 of the highest sought players.
Still, Crawford remained edgy dur-
ing the moments approaching the event.
He even solicited the insider opinions
of the press as to where he would be
"I was really nervous," Crawford
said. "I didn't know where I was going
to go, I had heard so many different
So now the dominant saga of the
1999-2000 Michigan basketball season
has come to a close.
Crawford, the man whose peaks and
valleys seemed to steer the 1999-2000
Michigan men's basketball season,
experienced the zenith of his basketball
career in the draft.
He will remain close to the
University of Michigan, and the basket-
ball program. Ile plans to return to
Michigan to continue working towards
a degree. And Craw ford credits
Michigan coach Brain Ellerbe with
helping him to reach his initial NBA
"Coach Ellerbe definitely helped
me a lot. He gave me some freedom
to play my game. He helped me grow
as a plyer and a person ' Crawford

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