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HEALTH

& FITNESS

By VIBEKE LAROI
Residence hall staff who are unsure
of how tonhandle a suspected substan-
ce abuser who is flunking out of school
or causing problems within the dorm
may now seek advice from a Univer-
sity specialist.
This fall, Jan Kralovec moved into
room G104 of South Quad to take on a
position as the University's alcohol-
health-educator. She will train
residence staff, put on programs in

the dorms, and consult with various
other student and University groups.
The new position is the outgrowth of
a 1984 alcohol task force report that
recommended the University do more
to educate students on substance
abuse, she said.
According to figures cited in the
report, "it is highly likely that 15 to 20
percent of the traditionally-aged
student population is experiencing a
serious problem with the use of
alcohol."

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Kralovec is no stranger to Univer-
sity life. She completed both her un-
dergraduate and graduate work here
and holds a bachelor's degree in
public health and a master's degree in
adult and community health
education.
Although her position was initially
intended to be focused solely on
alcohol education, it was later
broadened to include other general
issues relating to healt such as diet
and birth control because of a per-
ceived interest among students,
Kralovec said.
Students of the '80s are taking more
of an interest in striving for good
health, said Kralovec.
"Young people are taking a lot of in-
terest in their health because of the
"me-generation" that was an
outgrowth of the '60s, when students
became less interested in the rest of
the world and more interested in
themselves," she said.
While students may be more willing
to learn about how to go on a diet,
Kralovec said she will be devoting
most of her time to educating students
about alcohol. "To talk about alcohol
is not a very popular subject," she
said.
"Students usually assume anyone
coming to talk to them about alcohol
will basically say, 'Don't drink.' That
is definitely not my purpose," said
Kralovec, "but it is difficult to con-
vince people otherwise."

"My focus is on helping students to
make responsible decisions on
drinking," Kralovec said. "Alcohol
and drug abuse is part of the college
experience, and students don't want
anyone to interfere with it"
Before the task force was created,
"alcohol education deserved atten-
tion, but nothing had ever been done
at this University," Kralovec said.
"The University is behind many other
schools in its education efforts,"
which, she said, underlines the need
for more research and programming
in the residence halls.
In addition to Kralovec, an alcohol
task force formed last year continues
to coordinate efforts between various
University organizations, such as
counseling, health services, housing,
and the Campus Information Center,
Kralovec said. The combined efforts
of the task force and the new alcohol-
health educator should "give us a bet-
ter picture of alcohol use on campus,"
she said.
Today Kralovec plans to meet with
housing officials and students to
discuss the use of beer kegs in Univer-
sity residence halls. Currently the,
policy varies from dorm to drom.
Although she doesn't believe a
policy decision will be made at
today's meeting, Kralovec said kegs
"probably won't be allowed in any
(residence) halls or will be allowed in
all of them." She added it is likely that
there will be a ban on kegs in the
residence halls.

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'75 VW RABBIT - Sunroof-radio very good con-
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FOR SALE

FOR SALE

HELP WANTED'

HELP WANTED

FOR SALE - Loveseat, hide-a-bed, armchairs,
end tables, more. 971-8263. 72B0911
82 TOYOTA-TERCEL, blue, 2-door, AM-FM,
cruise, cloth seats, new brakes & exhaust. 49,000
miles-mint condition. EVENINGS 449-2907.
38B0913
VW BEETLE 1973. 39,000 miles sole owner. $900.
or best offer. 662-6650 or 764-1163. 58B0911
10 EXECUTIVE Steel Case desks. $100 each.
482-3760. 89B0916
HEWLETT PACKARD 97 programmable calcula-
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BICYCLE - Man's 5-speed 26" Schwinn, in excel-
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GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U repair). Also
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Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

MALE ROOMMATE Wanted. Share 2 bedroom
apartment. $260 month plus half utilities. Com-
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month includes laundry, utilities, newspaper etc.
Call 662-6744 or 662-4414. cC0913
ROOM available in Minnie's Co-op share meals,
responsibility, and friends. Just minutes from
Central and North Campus. Call I.C.C.-ask for
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ACROSS
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5 North Sea
feeder
9 Prepare a
present
13 Fishing lines?
15 Get under way
16 Gigantic
17 Fragrance
18 Trampled
19 "- the Mood
for Love"
20 Floral
environment
22 Related
23 "Red" obstacle
24 Cubic meter
26 Frolic
30 Theater tear-off
.31 See 17 Across
32 Curved molding
35 Man, e.g.
r9 Film producer
De Laurentiis
et al.
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fame
42 Wear away
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creator
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Britain, to
friends
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Pedro
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51 Hosiery thread
53 Alongside of:
Prefix
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4 Dotted, in 38 LBJ
heraldry 40 Sea-
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Paris 48 Actr
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listings 50 Farm
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standout
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docket R A R
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headwear
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WER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
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DON'T MISS ANYTHING. SAVE TOO. 15% off on
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STUDY QUIETLY. By being a volunteer monitor
at the Michigan Union Study Lounge you can
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61F0913
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trained gay facilitators and talk with men like
yourself about "coming out" to yourself, to the
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763-4186 or 662-1977 weekdays. 75F0927

TOP TYPISTS - Top wages, Part Time, periodic
flexible hours 80 WPM minimum, $4.50-$7.00 per
hour. Call 668-8898. 06H0916
AFTERSCHOOL CHILD CARE. 4-6 p.m. week-
days. Two nice kids 7 and 9 years old. Nice family,
$5-6 hour. One mile from Diag. 994-3699 after
4p.m. 15H0910
CHILD CARE. After school, 4-6 p.m. weekdays.
Nice kids, good pay.665-5616 after 6p.m. 14H0919
GOVERNMENT JOBS. $16,040-$59,230/yr. Now
Hiring. Call 805-687-6000 Ext. R-10152 for current
federal list. 05111030
PIECE of the Pie-Pizza-by-the-slice, seeks sup-
ervisor and general staff for our Arborland Mall
location, Ann Arbor. Apply to a manager at
Piece of the Pie in the food court, Arborland
Mall, 3736 Washtenaw. 11H0918
PEOPLE LOOKING for PART TIME jobs. 16 to
32 hours a week. Call State Security at 668-0447
for information. Excellent for students. 13H0925
PART-TIME JOBS. Need people to post + dis-
tribute flyers. $5/hr. Students Pref. Call Hillel,
#663-3336. 09H0916
PROGRAMMER/SCORER, 20-25 hours week. Im-
mediate opening to operate MTS based test scor-
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TRAN required. Send resume to Personnel Ser-
vices, P.O. Box 1487, Ann Arbor, MI 48106. 92H0911
WORK STUDY
Office clerk, custodian. 995-3276.
cH0913
CONGENIAL counter help wanted. Shifts Mon.-
Fri., 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Apply in person at The Coffee
Break, 1327 S. Univ. 38H0911
LOCAL RESTAURANT has opening for part time
cashiers. Must write Chinese. 981-2854. H0918
ATTENTION: Co-op managers wanted Part or
Full time. Earn between $10-$15/hr. We train. 665-
7317. 96H0911
PLANETARIUM JOBS: University's Planetar-
ium Theater is looking for console operators/
interns. Must be U-M student, astronomy back-
ground, minimum two mornings 9-1 open. Appl:
at Ruthven Museums Building, room 4506, or call
764-0478. 48H0911
HALF TIME child care in my northeast Ann Ar-
bor home for two year old and three year old, in
exchange for room and board or $4.00 per hour.
Call 995-2532. 93H0913
NIGHT AUDITOR - Part time weekends, mid-
night shift. Experience in hotels or business a
plus. Apply in person. Howard Johnsons Motor
Lodge. 2380 Carpenter, Ann Arbor 48104. 94H0913
DOES THE COST of books have you down? The
Burger King at 725 Victors Way, off I-94, is looking
for late night help. We have flexible hours to fit
your schedule. Apply in person after 2 p.m. or
call 996-1223. 78H0916
CHILD CARE - Need student to provide trans-
portation to after school activities, for two boys,
ages 11 and 12. Own car essential for late after-
noons. $4.00 per hour. Call 769-3708 evenings.
73HO916
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5,000+ Openings. Complete Information $5.00.
Park Report. Mission Mountain Company 651 2nd
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NEEDED - Blood donors for diarrhea re-
search. Requirements: 1) age 18-40 2) no history
of antibiotic use in last year, gastrointestinal
disease, or diarrhea while taking antibiotics 3)
no prior employment in a hospital. For blood and
stool specimen reimbursement $20. Call Dr. Bacon
763-3595 Division of Infectious Diseases Univer-
sity of Michigan Hospital. 56H0919
"WORK for academic credit or volunteer at the
Pound House Children's Center this Fall. Located
at Hill and East University. Come over for a visit
or call 764-2547 for more information." 40H0920
WANTED: SUBJECTS WITH MILD ASTHMA. I
am looking for subjects with mild asthma, ages 18-
40 and nonsmokers, who might be willing to par-
ticipate in any of several ongoing studies. Sub-
jects must be stable enough to forgo using bron-
chodilators for 24 hours prior to a clinical trial.
Reimbursement ranging from $30 to $130 will be
provided to qualified subjects. Interested persons
should call 764-9530, Dr. Thomas Gravelyn, Pul-
monary Division, University Hospital. 47H0912
CLEAN APARTMENT 3 hours/week, flexible,
Good pay. 769-0032 campus. 46H0912
DIRECT care staff to assist person with develop-
mental disabilities in residential setting. Call
Washtenaw A.R.C. at 662-1256. 37H0919
ATTENTION STUDENT ENTREPRENEURS!
Warm your pocket with 50% profits by selling
disposable 17-hours 170°F hand & body warmers.
Provides luxurious heat for chilly nights in bed,
skiing, spectator sports and miserable walks be-
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For more info: Write Mountfield Corp., P.O. Box
20579, St. Petersburg, FL 33742. 45H0909
HOUSEKEEPER/Babysitter: 2 weekday after-
noons 12:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m. Walking distance to
campus, 8 year old girl. After 5 p.m. call 662-7169.
59H0912
INTERESTING Part Time Job, evenings and
weekends for strong, dependable women. Help
professional, disabled woman with meals and per-
sonal care. Central campus. 662-2734. 79H0912
EXCELLENT COMMISSION phone sales from
home. Part time. You set the hours. Call Monday,
994-5109. 84H0916
SCHOOL LUNCH room supervisor. M-F 11:30-
12:30. About 11 miles from campus. $5.00 per
hour. Call 668-6770. 84H0916
1Ph.D. STUDENT (Finance) to write report on
application of option pricing theory to convertible
dept. Name, phone to: TIMM INV FUND, Rt. 1
Box 34 Newark, MD 21841. 86H0912
ATTENTION COUPLES. Supplement your in-
come part-time. Manage co-op. Small investment.
We train. 665-7317. 95H0911
CHILD CARE - Caring, responsible person need-
ed to watch a delightful 6 month old boy Monday
and Wednesday 2-5 p.m. and one morning. $3. per
hour. 663-0698. 71H0912

GOING PLACES
RIDE NEEDED to Traverse City any weekend.
Share expenses, driving. Dick 662-0507. 85K0916
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theses. Campus pick-up & delivery. 426-5217
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TYPING - ALL KINDS - Fast, efficient service.
Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592. cJtc
Papers/Resumes/Coverletters
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RESIDENTIAL COUPLES WORKSHOP. Sep-
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status interested in enhancing their relationship-
$35 registration plus sliding scale professional
services fee. Bob Blood Ph.D., Margaret Blood
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TYPING - All kinds - Fast, efficient service.
Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592. cJtc
VIOLIN LESSONS. Beginning through advanced.
Doctorate from U of M. Lots of experience. Near,
central campus. For information, call 663-8392.
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