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confidence of becoming a pilot. We have 8 beautiful
airplanes and a staff of expert instructors waiting for
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SUMMBER JOB: Did your hometown summer job
fall through? We are looking for a few hardworking
students, preferably paying part or working their
way through school. Make approx. $286.00/wk. In-
terviews will be held 10 A.M., 1 P.M., and 4 P.M. on
Friday, April 15 at Bell Tower Hotel. Please be
prompt. Apply in person, no phone calls accepted.
The Michigan Daily
Thursday, April 14, 1983.
SPORTS OF THE DAILY
.CANOE NORTHERN Ontario to James Bay June 25-
July 16. Also other unique sailing, survival, canoeing
adventures for adults. 918N Lantern Hill Drive, East
Lansing Michigan 48823.517-332-3991. 45H0416
EXPERIENCED SAILOR with Coast Guard license
to skipper 26-foot sloop at Northern Michigan camp
beginning June 11. $150 + weekly. 517-332-3991.
SMALL FRATERNITY seeks full time chef. For ap-
plication and information write Russ - 1705 Hill St.
Ann Arbor. 48104. dH0416
FREE ROOM & BOARD, Large bright room & 3
meals/day in exchange for babysitting, 20 hrs./wk.
(days) for MOM going to U of M in Sept. Close to U.
Ref. Req'd. 973-0759. 18H0416
kATISTS MODEL, experienced only, $5 per hr.,
)art-time. 761-8024. 16H0505
MODELS NEEDED. No experience necessary.
Velvet Touch. 668-9755. Call between 10 a.m. & 5 p.m.
CRUISE SHIP JOBS! Great income potential, all oc-
cupations. For information call: 602-837-3401 Ext. 992
EARN $500 OR MORE EACH SCHOOL YEAR.
FLEXIBLE HOURS. MONTHLY PAYMENT FOR
PLACING POSTERS ON CAMPUS. BONUS BASED
,ON RESULTS. PRIZES AWARDED AS WELL. 800-
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
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
TYPING-all kinds. Very professional. Reasonable
rates and quick service. Call Lauri at 662-1678.
NITS AND PERSONAL COMPUTER Users! Your
computer system has just become a typesetting
machinp! 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.
TYPING - Fast, quality work, campus pickup and
delivery. 665-0337 01J0416
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.
Ideal for resume/multiple cover letters, theses,
I NEED SUMMER EMPLOYMENT!! Short hours,
lots of money, hard worker. Call Jeff 764-7839.
MOVING GOODS TO ENGLAND?
Reasonable rate to ship small amount of goods! Call
Anne after 8 p.m. 995-0276. dM0416
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For football coupons ! ! ! Any Priority!
Why wait for Fall - Get Cash Now!
NEIL DIAMOND need to trade two Sat., April 23
tickets for any other night. Call 764-7881 persistently.
BIKE EUROPE IN '83
For Details: BIKE EUROPE INC.
234-A Nickels Arcade; 668-0529
Special to the Daily
KALAMAZOO - The Michigan
Baseball team took the first game of it's
doubleheader with Western Michigan 6-
2 yesterday, and when the Wolverines
errupted for four runs in the top of the
homers, picks up win
seventh inning of the nightcap to take a
5-3 lead all was well.
All except the weather that is. In the
bottom of the inning the rains came and
the game was called, thus wiping out
the entire inning, and handing Western
a 3-1 win.
WESTERN Michigan opened the
second game by knocking out Michigan
hurler Dan Disher in the first inning,
before he could retire a batter. The
Broncos tallied a single run in the first,
and added single runs in the third and
The Wolverines countered with one in
the sixth on Ken Hayward's second
homer of the day (he had one in the first
game), before their big four-run seven-
th. It had been drizzling during the top
of the inning, and the umpires decided
the rain was falling too hard to allow
the teams to complete the contest. The
tarp was brought onto the field and the
teams waited for a half an hour before
the umpires called the game.
Michigan was much:
the opener. The Wolv(
from pitcher Dav
Hayward, and seco
Jacobson. Rich Stoll;
and was relieved by
Kopf in the third.
Michigan will hope
on Saturday when t
Ten season against I
Fisher Stadium at 1:0
Pistons 113, C
PONTIAC - It was
versus the Bird-le
stitutes" last night at
Celtic coach Bill Fit
his starters in a 113-10
The Pistons starter
Isiah Thomas hit a t
the first 15 seconds
Pistons kept pace f
quarter and took a 38
of the first quarter.
throughout most of t
but had to settle for
I Tripuka lead all scc
ts, while Thomas thre
dished off 14 assists
ners. Robert Parrish
Blue Jays 7, B
TORONTO (AP) -.
a two-run home run
slammed a two-ru
double to power the T
over the Milwaukee Brewers 7-
more fortunate in yesterday.
erines got homers After giving up a run on two hits in
e Kopf, catcher the first inning, Jim Clancy, 1-0
nd baseman Jeff making his first start of the season,
started the game retired 14 consecutive batters before
eventual winner walking Robin Yount in the sixth. He
for better fortune gave up four hits, walked two and
fey o eteBrign struck out four before being relieved by
ndiana at Ray L. Joe McLaughlin in the ninth.
0 p.m. AFTER falling behind 1-0 in the first
eltics 101 inning on a run-scoring double by cat-
cher Ted Simmons, the Jays jumped on
e Daily Mike Caldwell,_ 0-2, for three runs in
the Detroit Pistons their half of the inning.
ss Boston "sub- With one out, Damaso Garcia singled
the Silverdome as and, after Barry Bonnell walked, stole
ch rested most of third. Johnson struck out, but Caldwell
)1 Celtic loss, walked Barfield to load the bases.
d the game hot as Iorg followed with a two-run double
;hree-point shot in down the left field line and Barfield
of the game. The scored the third run on a wild pitch.
or the rest of the the Jays put the game out of reach
-31 lead at the end and took a 7-1 lead with three runs in the
fifth. A.fter a single by Barry Bonnell,
ned a 15 point lead Cliff Johnson hit his first triple since
he second quarter 1980 and Barfield followed with his
61-51 halftime ad- third homer of the season into the left
TOYOTA COROLLA Deluxe - 4-door, 1977. Rusts
proofed, AM-FM. Great condition. $2600. 769-7099.
'M' basketball recruits
sign, make it official
orers with 26 poin-
ew in 20 points and
to pace the win-
led the Celtics 18
Jesse Barfield hit
and Garth I org
roronto Blue Jays
University of Michigan
WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB
Conductor: Rosalie Edwards
April 15 8:00 p.m.
at Rockham Auditorium
HELP SEND an archaelogist into the field. Sublet
my apartment. Air conditioning, porch, near cam-
pus. Call 665-3549,763-5655 evenings. 68U0412
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
SPRING/SUMMER. Lowest price. Greatest place.
Call Jon now. 668-0362. 35U0416
CHEAP - $100/mo. Roommate needed for Spring
Summer. Forest Terrace apartments. Furnished
with air. 663-7410. 36U0416
$99 WANNA LEARN Portuguese? Live with a
Brazilian this spring/summer. English and Spanish
are also spoken. Call any time (Best after 7pm
during week days) 662-7557. 43U0416
HELP SEND an archeaologist into the field. Sublet 2
bedroom apt. air conditioning, porch, near campus,
665-3549, 763-5655 eve. 47U0416
BEAUTIFUL SUBLET. One large bedroom in a
spacious two bedroom apartment. Perfect for two
females. Free laundry. Close. Rent negotiable 995-
2620 evenings. dU0416
FOR SPRING SUMMER: 2 bedroom bi-level.
Suitable for two people. Close to cmapus with many
extras. Rent negotiable. Call soon. 662-7782 or 769-
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
By LARRY FREED
Antoine Joubert made it official
yesterday by inking a national letter of
intent to don the maize and blue for Bill
Frieder and the Wolverine basketball
The All-America sharpshooter was
joined by guards Garde Thompson, of
East Grand Rapids, and Benton Har-
bor's Quincy Turner, the latter who an-
nounced his intentions during the initial
November signing period.
THE BACKCOURT trio replenishes
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. cuts
SUMMER SUBLET: Large room in large house. 2%/
baths, Bar, Enclosed Porch. 2 minutes to E.
Engineering. Price Negotiable. Call Jeff. 995-3418
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-
1 MA L:- DS I
the guard position, which proved to be
the Wolverines' achilles' heel last
season. After Leslie Rockymore's mid-
season injury Michigan was left with
but two scholarship guards for the
duration of the year.
"This really helps out our guard
situation," said Frieder. "But you have
to remember they are only freshmen
and we went through the same thing
Despite Frieder's warning, all three
come with impressive credentials.
Thompson (6-1) and Turner (6-2), who
is a distant relation of Michigan guard
Eric Turner, were both tabbed All-State
selections and finished in the top five in
the Michigan Mr. Basketball balloting.
THE 6-5 JOUBERT was the most
highly sought after prospect of the
three, if not in the entire country.
Named by some scouts as the nation's
top prep talent, the Detroit South-
western star took his team to two con-
secutive state championship finals,
while earning All-America and Mr.
The 1983 recruiting class will have a
hard act to follow, however, coming on
the heels of last year's freshmen crop,
which was labeled tops in the nation.
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Papers, articles, reports
MASSAGE - A good massage gently stretches
fnuscle fibre, relaxes muscle tissue, promotes good
circulation and enhances movement. Massage also
may provide relief from muscular aches and pains.
And it is a pleasant way to reduce stress and anxiety
because massage is very relaxing. Swedish, oriental
& myomassology techniques employed by Vince
Luschas, professionally trained masseur. 665-4524.
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DANIEL SCHAAK - you are a winner! Come to the
paily office to pick up two free tickets to the State
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
Planetary Initiative for the World we choose.
Pendelton Room 1-6
SUBLET. Several rooms in large, beautiful house.
Close to diag. Reduced summer rates Fall option.
ONE BEDROOM. All utilities paid. Rent negotiable.
Spring-Summer. After7 p.m. 995-0494. 96U0417
LUXURY APARTMENT for spring/sum
bedrooms, bi-level. Price negotiable. 769-053
7. 80 YEAR OLD GERMAN upright bass. 3 bows $975
17U0417 517-784-2834 persistently 44X0416
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.
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
1 and 2 bedroom furnished apts. in modern and older
buildings available May 1 on sublet basis, within 4
blocks of the diag.
ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT. 1 or 2 persons. 5
minutes from campus or downtown. Call 665-9493.
FEMALE SUBLETTER Wanted. May to August.
Albert Terrace Apartments. Call 663-3782 after 5:00.
SPRING-SUMMER Sublet, 3 bedroom apt., air con-
ditioning, free parking, close to campus. Asking $330.
Call after 5p.m. 668-7912. 22U0416
SUMMER SUBLET: 2 bedrooms in 3-bedroom apar-
tment. Utilities included. Parking. Rent negotiable.
1 block from Business and Law School. 668-7761.
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
2 ROOMMATES (male or female) wanted to share
house with 3 others. $150/month per person. Call
Steve 769-3914. 77Y0416
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 student seeks straight male or female
student to share deluxe 2 bedroom apartment 1 ,
miles from campus. Write Michigan Daily, Box 4.
2 ROOMMATES (male or female) wanted to share
house with 3 others. $150/mo/person. Call Steve, 769-
2 BEDROOM in 4 bedroom house. Kosher, 1 block
south of E. Quad. 996-0887. dY041
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