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The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, April 13, 1983-Page 7

DU$ Records

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Must be bright, personable, and enthusiastic. Good
telephone technique a plus. 434-0352, Mondays, 10:00-
5:00 p.m. 88H0411
ASS'T. EDITOR/WRITER
Small publishing company in the surveying/con-
struction field needs editorial/writing help.
Technical writing and editing experience preferred.
Competitive salary, halftime to start. Our standards
are high, our office informal. Write us about yourself
and include samples of your work.
P.O.B. Publishing Company
P.O. Box 810
Wayne, MI 48184 90H0413
WORK for academic credit or volunteer at the Pound
House Children's Center for Spring or Summer term.
Located at Hill and East University. Come over for a
visit or call Joan at 764-2547. 20H0506
EARN $500 OR MORE EACH SCHOOL YEAR.
FLEXIBLE HOURS. MONTHLY PAYMENT FOR
PLACING POSTERS ON CAMPUS. BONUS BASED
ON RESULTS. PRIZES AWARDED AS WELL. 80
526-0883. 93HO417
CRUISE SHIP JOBS! Great income potential, all oc-
cupations. For information call: 602-837-3401 Ext. 992
88H0428
APPLICATIONS NOW being accepted for fall
Hebrew teaching positions at the Hebrew Day School
of Ann Arbor. Must have classroom teaching ex-
perience and be able to teach Hebrew language and
Judaic subject. For info, call- 668-6770. 74H0425
LYNN E. CRAWFORD - Your mommy dearest has
some good news for you; you have won two free
tickets to the State Theater, so come to the Daily to
pick them up. dR0413
MODELS NEEDED. No experience necessary.
Velvet Touch. 668-9755. Call between 10 a.m. & 5 p.m.
$8-10/hour. 79H0416
LEADERS WANTED
Men and women of integrity, willing to give them-
selves to the highest Ideals known to Human kind
without thought of Reward. Planetary Initiative For
the World we choose. 8 p.m. meeting, Michigan
League, Room D and E, April 13th. 51H0413
($5.00 suggested donation to help with speakers
travel expenses, but don't let lack of $ keep you from
coming!)
51H0413
TYPING-all kinds. Very professional. Reasonable
rates and quick service. Call Lauri at 662-1678.
MTS AND PERSONAL COMPUTER Users! Your
computer system has just become a typesetting
machin! Use our easily-remembered codes to set
your own type via phone to our office, up to 50% off.
Call Delmas at 662-2799. 94J0413
TYPIST, $1.50 per page. IBM 2 type styles,
professional, accurate, affordable. Sally, 663-7253.
24J0416
TYPING - Fast, quality work, campus pickup and
delivery. 665-0337 01J416
MOVIE POSTER GALLERY
Easy access to over 10,000 original authentic movie
posters. 1950s through 1983.665-3151. 93J0416
TERM PAPERS, RESUMES, dissertations. Quality
typing, reasonable rates, fast service. Maggie 973-
7345 persistently. cJtc
TEST PREPARATION COURSES
LSAT: May 24-June 16
GMAT: May 16-June 15
REALM TUTORING SERVICE
call 665-3579. cJ0414
TYPING, IBM WORK PROCESSING,
PROFESSIONAL, ALL TYPES.
Call Noelle anytime, 971-2364.
cJte
WORD PROCESSING
Ideal for resume/multiple cover letters, theses,
reasonable rates.
Call 663-7158
cJtc
ACCURACY, INC.
Editing/Proofreading/typing
Papers, articles, reports
971-4139
cJtc

HELP SEND an archaelogist into the field. Sublet
my apartment. Air conditioning, porch, near cam-
pus. Call 665-3549,763-5655 evenings. 68U0412
A GREAT SUBLET at a great price. Just 30 seconds
away from the Law Quad (15 if you jog), a great 5-
bedroom, 2-bathroom house. So maybe you don't
need a fireplace during the summer, but we've got
one anyway just in case. Call 665-2014. dU0416
SUBLET. Several rooms in large, beautiful house.
Close to diag. Reduced summer rates Fall option.
995-0624. 05U0416
ONE BEDROOM in five bedroom house, newly fur-
nished and carpeted, parking, Packard and Hill,
Available May-August. Contact Lisa, 996-5863.
72U0413
ONE BEDROOM. All utilities paid. Rent negotiable.
Spring-Summer. After 7 p.m. 995-0494. 96U0417
LUXURY APARTMENT for spring/summer, 2
bedrooms, bi-level. Price negotiable. 769-0537.
17U0417
BRAND NEW APARTMENT for Spring/Summer
sublet. Great location, 1-3 bedrooms, price
negotiable. Call any time, 761-6365 (best between 5:30
and 6:30). dU0416
SPRING/SUMMER Sublet. 1-3 bedrooms, A/C, close
to campus, laundry facilities, parking. Call any time.
662-9154. dU0416
SUMMER SUBLET/Fall Option. 5-bedroom house.
Fresh paint, new carpet, huge porch. 5 minutes from
campus. $75/mo. - negotiable. Call 764-9091 or 764-
9047 any time. 30U0416
SUMMER SUBLETS
1 and 2 bedroom furnished apts. in modern and older
buildings available May 1 on sublet basis, within 4
blocks of the diag.
663-4101
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT
cUct
ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT. 1 or 2 persons. 5
minutes from campus or downtown. Call 665-9493.
24U0414
FEMALE SUBLETTER Wanted. May to August.
Albert Terrace Apartments. Call 663-3782 after 5:00.
21U0416
SPRING-SUMMER Sublet, 3 bedroom apt., air con-
ditioning, free parking, close to campus. AskingU$330.
Call after 5 p.m. 668-7912. 22U0416
SUMMER SUBLET: 2 bedrooms in 3-bedroom apar-
tment. Utilities included. Parking. Rent negotiable.
block from Business and Law School. 668-7761.
23U0416
5 BEDROOM HOUSE - Rooms available for Spring-
Summer sublet. Located 30 seconds from CCRB and
one minute fro V.C. Large bedrooms, 2 baths and
laundry. $75/room/month. Call 761-6698. dU0416
BEAUTIFUL HOUSE, SOUTH UNIVERSITY. TWO
BEDROOMS AVAILABLE; WASHER, DRYER,
DISHWASHER. $125. PAT, 996-280. 89U0413
SUBLET! May-August, three bedroom furnished
apartment. Free parking. Great location. Inexpen-
sive. 761-9357. 80U0414
HALF PRICE for spring-summer. One or more mon-
ths. All utilities included. Furnished. Rent a whole
house, a room in a house, or a one or two bedroom
apt. Call David M. Copi, 663-5609. cUtc
OWN ROOM in westside home.
Summer/Fall option
Best Offer
761-5117, Margaret
61U0413
MAY-AUGUST LEASE
2 bedroom, large kitchen, new carpet and furniture,
parking and laundry. 996-1873. 07U0416
JON E. BOGEMA - Having a craving for movie
theater popcorn? Go to the State Theater with the
two free tickets you have just won. Come to the Daily
to pick them up. dU0412
FREE SHOWER CURTAIN! Yes, you'll get a free K-
Mart designer shower curtain if you sublet our
spacious 2-bedroom apt. on S. Forest near Hill. Free
parking, laundry, air conditioning, sauna, great
view. Call 994-9210 or 994-0548. dU0411
KAREN D. KERRY - Go away this weekend. That
is, go to the State Theater with your two free tickets
waiting for you at the Daily. d0413
BILLY FRYE
never
SLEPT HERE !
Sublet this wonderful room in a house only 1
minutes from the S.A.B. Rent negotiable for a May
through August sublet. Call Brian at 761-2652 or 761-
2653. dU0416

UM DISABLED STUDENT SERVICES announces
the availability of the Frederick Huetwell Scholar-
ship, which will pay up to $1800 for tuition at U of M
during the Fall 1983/Winter 1984 semesters. For in-
formation call 763-3000. 06M0416
"ALL THAT HAS to happen for the world to be
destroyed is that people do nothing. We need
something positive to do - Planetary Initiative is
that something."
Isaac Asimov
Planetary Initiative for the World we choose
Saturday Workshop
Pendelton Room 1-6
April 16
Michigan Union
52M0415
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Frank Zappa - 'The Man
From Utopia' (Barking
Pumpkin)
As has been the case since before
time began, Frank Zappa's recorded
performances exist in a dimension of
their own. There's little value in
discussing Zappa in terms not relative
to that dimension; comparisons to
"other music" are futile.
The aforesaid is but a given to anyone
with a knowledge of Zappa which ex-
tends beyond "Valley Girl," the duet by
Frank and his daughter Moon, which
became 1982's most unlikely hit of the
year. Although unique in its own right,
"Valley Girl" certainly couldn't be
considered as representative Zappa.
Come to think of it, it's probably not
possible to define Zappa even within his
own dimension.
Be that as it may ...
In the two years since he formed his
own Barking Pumpkin Records, Zappa
has released roughly 10 discs of
material in a variety of sizes and com-
plexions, including a 3-LP boxed set of
guitar solos/instrumentals, and the pic-
ture-disc soundtrack to his own film,
Baby Snakes. A.hard-working man, he
is. His latest release is The Man From
Utopia, and frankly, Zappa -has
released more consistent material on
some of the other recent LPs.
Still, The Man From Utopia has
some good qualities, even excellent
qualities which co-exist with the
mediocre ones. As befits Zappa's high
standards, the production is impeccable
throughout, and the arrangements are
devastatingly exact on about half the
cuts. Those which exhibit a less precise
appraoch are the live cuts; the perfor-
mances here might well have been im-
provised onstage for all of their lack of
musical coherence.
Zappa's made it a habit to include
live material with the studio cuts on his
albums, and frequently the concert
recordings act as mere filler. Such is
the case on The Man From Utopia;
while lyrically they deserve some
merit, they are atypically uninspired
by either musical or vocal performan-
ce. The first "live" encounter is "The
Dangerous Kitchen," which musically
redeems itself only by Zappa's accom-
panying his vocals note-for-note with
his guitar. Unfortunately, he repeats
this feat on "The Jazz Discharge Party
Hats"; since the two songs are other-
University of Michigan
WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB
CONCERT
Conductor: Rosalie Edwards
April 15 8:00 p.m.
at Rackhom Auditorium
Admission Complimentary

Frank Zappa not only produces music, he also produces children who produce music.

BIKE EUROPE IN '83
For Details: BIKE EUROPE INC.
234-A Nickels Arcade; 668-0529
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FEMALE ROOMMATE needed. Own room in six
bedroom house. Fall Term. Call 761-7918. 01Y0416
SHARE ONE BEDROOM apartment. Utilities in-
cluded Laundry. Covered Parking South Forest and
Hill. Negotiable. 663-3641 or 663-2058 04Y0416
CONSERVATIVE, STUDY-ORIENTED gay male
graduate studentdseeks straight male or female
student to share deluxe 2 bedroom apartment 11
miles from campus. Write Michigan Daily, Box 4.
09Y0416
2 ROOMMATES (male or female) wanted to share
house with 3 others. $150/mo/person. Call Steve, 769-
3914. 26Y0416
2 BEDROOM in 4 bedroom house. Kosher, I block
south of E. Quad. 996-0887. dY041
SUSAN M. GUINDI - If it's not too windy, do you
think you could make it down to the Daily to pick up
your two free tickets to the State Theater? dI0413
2 ROOMMATES (male or female) wanted to share
house with 3 others. $150/month per person. Call
Steve 769-3914. 77Y0416

wise unrelated, what might well be an
interesting show of skill ends up more
closely resembling an easily duplicated
parlor trick.
Zappa's two previous commercial
LPs, You Are What You Is and Ship
Arriving Too Late To Save A Drowning
Witch, were infused with a fresh energy
which adeptly defined the reasons for
Zappa's reputation as a master of
originality. On The Man From Utopia,
this energy appears only during the
album's three excellent instrumental
cuts.
Of the remainder, most seem unin-
spired, and a few are sadly familiar:
"The Jazz Discharge Party Hats" deals
with the topics covered in "Panty Rap"
from 1981's Tinseltown Rebellion, and
"Cocaine Decisions" harkens back to a
much better "Charlie's Enormous
Mouth" from You Are What You Is.
One cut from the new album which
does not stand out is the semi-title-cut,
"The Man From Utopia Meets Mary
Lou (medley)." Strangely enough, this
song was not composed by Zappa, yet
he and his band tackle it with ad-
mirable vigor. Everything seems to fall
into place here, while so much of the
album seems to have left inspiration
elsewhere.
If you like your album reviews
reduced to numbers, you can give The
Man From Utopia a fair five on a scale
of 10. Although it has elements to
recommend it, it suffers from frequen-

tly weak material. If you want to hear
first-hand what Mr. Zappa's been up to
lately, pick up the 1981 double LP You
Are What You Is: that album's con-
sistent excellence makes it worth the
few extra fins.
7": Dweezil - 'My Mother
Is A Space Cadet' b/w
'Crunchy Water,
(Barking Pumpkin)
As an interesting aside in the Zappa
family chronicles, Dweezil and Moot
Unit have formed their own band and
recorded a single on father Frank's
label. There's not much to get excited
about on these two sides, but the younger
Zappas and their friends show traces of
talent which could develop, given time.
The music features a rather
traditional rock base, heavily depen-
dent on repetition. "Cruncy Water"
spends too much time distributing
disorganized background noises which
overpower both the lyric and what
remains of the music."My Mother Is A
Space Cadet" is far superior in terms of
arrangement and performance, with
some decent guitar and synthesizer
work supporting most of the tune.
Although they've obviously gotten
some breaks due to Dweezil and Moon's
hertiage, it is to the band's credit that
they don't flaunt the Zappa name in an
attempt to capitalize on it.
-by Michael Baadke

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& myomassology techniques employed byV
Luschas, professionally trained masseur. 665-45

tches
good
also
ains.
xiety
ental
Vince

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MOVING GOODS TO ENGLAND?
Reasonable rate to ship small amount of goods! Call
cJtc Anne after 8 p.m. 995-0276. dM0416
AMY D. LANDAU - Are you from Schenectedy?
That doesn't matter because you've won two free
tickets to the State Theater. Hurry on down to the
Daily to pick them up now. Quick. Don't walk. Let's
get moving. Do you hear me? I said now. Hup, Hup,
cJtc Hup, Hup, Hip, HipHipHipHip. I'll be you think I am
weird for writing all this in the newspaper. Well,
you're right. See you soon. dP0413
I NEED SUMMER EMPLOYMENT!! Short hours,
lots of money, hard worker. Call Jeff 764-7839.
Thanks. DM0416

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