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arner brings enthusiasm to English classes

(Continued from Page 1)
"They're like Oedipus or Hamlet.
They have a tragic flaw - they're
doomed," he says of the Sox.
Garner also loves movies,
especially those from central and
eastern Europe. Although he forms
distinct opinions on movies which he
sees, he stresses that a student should
not observe drama with an overly-
critical eye.
"I'M TEACHING an ability to go
and surrender all of your emotions," he
says of his classes.
The professor confesses he also
harbors a few more off-beat interests,
such as a love for "tacky" postcards.
His collection includes an Italian

card shaped like a pizza and one of
King Kong on the World Trade Center
saying "Welcome to New York."
Garner says one of his tackiest cards
depicts the Last Supper - in three
dimensions.
"I'm an embarrassment to my
friends," he says of this strange hob-
by, adding that "It's impossible to
find a good tacky postcard in Philly."
THE WACKY side of this professor
also enjoys grafitti and bumper
stickers.
"I'm very intrigued by pop culture.
I'm interested in fads. That's where
the spontaneity of culture happens,"
he says. "Grafitti is one of the real
expressions of creative writing."
He has plenty of advice for writers,

regardless of how they express them-
selves. "Know that you have options
as a writer. Do what works. It's a con-
tinued challenge to grow," he says.
"REVISION is what I stress most
when I teach . . . it is the key to
writing," Garner says, remembering
his own experience writing an honors
thesis on Shakespeare, which he was
told to cut in half.
"Every word, I loved," he says of
the work.
Garner said that by ninth grade, he
had read everything the playwright
had ever written.
ALTHOUGH Shakespeare is a big
favorite, he is interested in drama
from a variety of periods.
"I'm fascinated by European

drama written around World War I
and World War II. It seemed like the
world was ending," he explains.
Garner's excitement about what he
teaches has extended to all of the
several levels of classes he has taught
here. He says he enjoys teaching
students of all ages.
"EACH age is challenging in its own
way," he says. "You really get to
watch students become adults. I don't
mean that to sound condescending."
According to Garner, there are
"certain kinds of enthusiasms that
freshmen have that older students of-
ten don't. The juniors and seniors of-
ten know much more clearly what
they want."
Patrick Fetterman, an LSA senior

majoring in English, says Garner's
enthusiam is contagious. "He's really
a lot different than most of the
professors I've had, just becaust he's
so enthusiastic."
GARNER manages to make even
large classes personal. "He makes
every class a discussion . . . even if
there's 80 or 90 in a class. He makes it
a point to get to know everyone's
name," Fetterman says. "He
becomes a friend pretty quickly."
Garner, who was raised in Rhode
Island and holds degrees from both
Penn State and Princeton University,
says he has enjoyed the contrast of a
large midwestern university.
"U of M is a very exciting place to
be. In many ways Michigan combines

the best of both (Penn State and Prin-
ceton)."
Garner hopes that his students will
get the same excitement out of life
that he does.
"(Students should) let themselves
be inspired by what they study. Use
all of your minds."

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LOST: White and red cross country skis. Sunday
Feb. 16 on Seneca Rd. (near Geddes). If found
call 662-4250. 94A0306

FOR RENT FOR RENT

FOR SALE

ROYAL ELECTRIC typewriter - 2001 Dephar.
Hardly used - $250.00. Call 699-6463. 87B0305
U OF M maize & blue law school sweats at
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GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1. (u repair). Also
delinquent tax property. Call 805-687-6000 Ext.
GH-10152 for information. 03B0423

AUTOMOTIVE

VW DASHER, 1977, 4 speed, 61,000 miles, good
condition. $1100/offer. 769-0589. 82X0305
1977 CHEVY Nova $650.00. Must sell right away.
Call Ian 662-9725. 72X0304
IS IT TRUE You Can Buy Jeeps for $44 through
the U.S. government? Get the facts today! Call
1-312-742-1142 Ext. 1137-A. 51X0304

SUBLET MAY - SEPT. 1-2 bedrooms in beautiful
3 bedroom house. 800 Sylvan. 662-9318. 92C0306
SUBLET - 1 bedroom near diag and CCRB.
$300 heat included, through August. Call Jon after
6. 693-1889. 96C0306
AVAILABLE TODAY: Bedroom in nice house,
close to campus, furnished, $150/month. Call Syl-
via 761-4849. 78C0304
THE FOREST APTS., 610 S. Forest, has Large
Eff., and 2 bedroom bi-level apartments for fall.
Completely furnished and includes heat, water,
storage, resident manager, and 24 hr. emergency
maint. For more info call 996-3582 or 483-7232.
cCtc
FALL '86
ASHLEY NEAR MAIN - 3-bedroom house,
furnished, carpet, drapes, parking. Call us today
for an appointment. Willprovide transportation
and escort you thru the house. MODERN
MANAGEMENT. 668-6906 or 663-3641. cCtc
AVAILABLE TODAY. ICC co-op. Single room
on North Campus, plus spaces in double rooms
on central campus. $270-$285 per month. Price
includes all food, laundry and parking. Act now,
call Ruste at 668-0011. 50C0304
FALL '86
DIVISION NEAR HURON - Efficiencies and
1-bedrooms. Restored, historical home, furnished,
utilities included, parking and laundry. Call us
today for an appointment. Will provide
transportation and escort you thru the apart-
ments. MODERN MANAGEMENT. 668-6906 or
663-3641. cCtc
FALL '86
DON'T MISS OUT by waiting to the last minute
to decide. We have rooms 1, 2 & 3 bedroom-
apartments, located in top campus areas.
Geddes near Observatory. Huron neat 7th.
Oakland near Arch. Packard near Hill. Walnut
near Geddes. Washington near State. Church
near S. University. Furnished, some with laundry
and parking. Call us today for a tour. Why knock
on doors when we'll provide the transportation.
668-6906 or 663-3641. cCtc
CAMPUS BEST
320 E. Madison, 1 block from Michigan Union, 2
bedroom apartments. Reduced rent.
FREE HEAT
Call office 665-2194 or 971-1712.
ncCtc
MAY-MAY LEASE. Newly furnished, 2 bedroom;
secured building. ZWASREALTY 769-6478.
cCtc
CAMPUS: FALL - Now taking applications for
2 bedroom apartments. CALL ZWAS REALTY
769-6478. cCtc
CAMPUS FALL RENTALS 1986
Whether you need an efficiency apartment or
an entire house, your needs can be met simply
by calling us.
SPEARS WOLTERSOM
612 Church St.
663-3050
Apartments shown by appointment only.
cC0423

FALL '86
LIBERTY NEAR 4th STREET and MADISON
NEAR 7th - Efficiencies 1 & 2 bedroom
apartments. Furnished, carpets, drapes, parking.
Call us today for an appointment. Will provide
transportation and escort you thru the
apartments. MODERN MANAGEMENT. 668-6906
or 663-3641. cCtc
NOW LEASING FOR FALL '86
Listings now available for efficiencies, and one to
three bedroom apts. Pick up listings in our office.
CAMPUS RENTALS, LTD.
1335 S. University
(Corner of Washtenaw)
"Across from the Mudbowl"
665-8825
M-F8:45-5:15
Sat. 12:00-4:00
cCtc
UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
FURNISHED APARTMENTS
536 S. FOREST
761-2680 cCtc

STUDENT SERVICES
STANLEY KAPLAN Educational Center has
classes to prepare for the June LSAT exam be-
ginning in March and April.,Call 662-3149. cG0307
QUALITY TYPING SERVICES: Fast, accurate,
professional. Reasonable rates. Call Karen
662-0913. cG0423
RESUMES - written - also word processed or
typeset; coverletters, too. 6624530. cGtc
ACCURACY INK
Editing/Word Processing
Reasonable Rates. 9714139.
cGtc
STUDENTS
TELEPHONE ANSWERING
for ONLY 7.50 a month

HELP WANTED

24 hours every day
CALL NOW
455-6390

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BUSINESS SERVICES

HELP WANTED

RESEARCH VOLUNTEERS. Warner-Lambert/
Parke-Davis Pharmaceutical Research Division,
Community Research Clinic is seeking healthy
male volunteers, 18-55 years of age to participate
as subjects in medication research studies. Mone-
tary compensation is provided to research volun-
teers. For further information call Mrs. S. Moran,
R.N., Research Volunteer Coordinator. (8 a.m. -
4 p.m.) 996-7051. 86H0314
CAMP COUNSELORS and program staff for
Camp Courageous, a residential summer camp
for people with mental retardation, located near
Toledo, Ohio. Call/write: Camp Courageous,
1 Stranahan Square, Suite 532, Toledo, OH 43604,
(419) 2424412. 97H0306
CAMP COUNSELORS - Directors of 5 summer
camps on campus Wednesday interviewing for
staff positions in athletics, aquatics, tripping,
dramatics. See "CAMPS ARE US" at Summer
Jobs Fair or call, in Baltimore, (301) 484-2233
for application. cH0305
FEMALE STUDENTS urgently needed for a
Women of Michigan calendar. Will be paid.
764-3772, (Neil). 08H0304
GOVERNMENT JOBS. $16,040-$59,230 year. Now
Hiring. Call 805-687-6000 Ext. R-10152 for current
federal list. 93H0402
TELEPHONE INTERVIEWS Needed for market
research firm. Evenings and weekend hours
available. $4.25/hour. Call 994-0003 for more in-
formation. 66H0310
THE MUG EATERIES AND COMMONS IS NOW
HIRING FOR ALL POSITIONS. University of
Michigan students ONLY. Earn from $3.35 an
hour. Flexible hours needed. Please apply in per-
son, Room 2400 Michigan Union. A non-discrimin-
atory, affirmative action employer. 58H0307
SUMMER
JOBS
Eye Spy Photo is now recruiting motivated,
energetic, individuals to staff operations at
major Theme Parks throughout the United
States. Good $$ plus season bonus. Housing
available. Interviewing on campus Wed-
nesday, March 5 - U of M Summer Job
Fair.
00H0304

FEBRUARY SPECIAL: Papers $1.50/pg. In-
cludes spellchecking. Generic Word Processing -
662-1068. cJtc
"YOU can turn an INTERVIEW into a JOB."
CALL - Video Interviewing, Inc. - 968-5431.
cJtc
RESUMES JUST $11.50. Laser typeset quality.
GENERIC Word Processing Service - 662-1068.
cJo423
AUDIO PA AND DISCO systems. Electronic and
computer repair. T shirts, posters, and mass
quantities of sheet music. For the first name in
music equipment, see ANN ARBOR MUSIC
MART. (313)764-4980. cJ0423
TYPING - ALL KIND; - Fast, efficient service.
Reasonable rates._Laurie, 973-1592. cJtc
FREE RESUME
w/20-pg. paper or 20 coverletters EXECU-TOPS
Word Processing. 663-7158. cJtc
HOME ROW
TRANSCRIPTION/WORD PROCESSING
572-0649
cJ0l423
SANDI'S TYPING & WORD PROCESSING
*** 10% off 1st paper (with this ad) **
Fast & accurate. Papers, briefs, resumes, letters,
theses, Campus pick-up & delivery. 426-5217.
cJtc
THE LETTER WRITER - Resumes; creative/
letter writing; secretarial services; student rates
on typing. 455-8892. cJtc
A-1 TYPING - On campus. Professional. Rush
service available. 668-8898. cJ0423

PERSONAL

FOR RENT

BUSINESS STUDENTS: Management positions
available. New business written up in the March
issue of Venture magazine. This new fast food
delivery service starts in Ann Arbor this Friday.
Join a company on the move. 663-0352. 19H0310
CAMP COUNSELOR - Full time day camp in
Ann Arbor. June 16-Aug. 22. Previous experience
desired, $5.00 an hour. Send resumes to 1611
Westminster, Ann Arbor, 48104. 81H0307
DELIVERY PERSON needed. Campus area.
Must have car. Flex-hours. $4.25 per hour. Join a
company on the move written up in the March
issue of Venture Magazine. Call 663-0352. 17H0310

WRITE ON...
Editorial and Typing Service
Freelance Writing
996-0566

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BEST SUMMER SUBLET - Arch between Oak-
land and Packard. Newly remodeled, rent re-
duced, a.c. and more. 1-7 people. 764-4961. cCtc
6 BEDROOM HOME, living room, dining room,
kitchen, 2 baths, furnished, carpeted, fireplace, no
pets.$1290 plus utilities, May to May lease. 663-
5861. cCtc
SUMMER SUBLET-2 bedroom apartment avail-
able May-August on S. Forest near Hill. 2-3
people. A/C, parking, laundry, and buzzer system.
Furnished.,663-4178. 99C0307
*NOW SIGNING FOR FALL SPACES*
Live in an ICC co-op. Stop by Rm 4002 in the
Michigan Union or call 662-4414 for more informa-
tion. cC0321
*$525 PER MONTH.
MODERN 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS
Campus furnished apartments for fall. Includes
heat, water, parking, washer and dryer, and stor-
age lockers. Great location for U hospital and
central campus. Campus Management, Inc. 663-
4101. cCtc
CAMPUS - Two bedroom apartments at 404 N.
Thayer-sun terrace (corner of Lawrence) Start-
ing September, for up to 4 people. $680/Mo. includ-
ing heat and water. Campus Rentals, 665-8825.
cCtc

Eating Disorder Support Group
Begins March 5
People with Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia
or Related Eating Problems
Wednesdays 7-8:30 P.M.
First Congregational Church
(State & Williams)
For Information call Center for
Eating Disorders Hotline: 971-0606

GET MUGGED -
and enjoy it! Get your group logos silkscreene
on coffee mugs. Work Silkscreening, 663-6031.
cFt
LETTING GO/MOVING ON: weekend worksho
for separated/divorced men and women of a
ages, March 7-9. $45 registration plus $35-$12
sliding-scale fee. Bob Blood, Ph.D., Margar3
Blood, M.A. 769-0046. cFO30
Transfer your prescription to the VILLAGI
APOTHECARY, 1112 S. University. cFt
GET MUGGED-
and enjoy it! Get your group logos silkscreened o
coffee mugs. Word Silkscreening, 663-6031. cFt
GOT A MESSAGE? Say it with a T-shirt. Custoi
lettering while you wait. Eric's Sports - 419 1
Liberty, 2 blks. off State. cF04,

SUMMER WORK
If you are an energetic, hard working student
looking for an opportunity to work out west,
22 gain valuable business experience in sales and
marketing, earn college credit, and save $4,400.00.
d Please call 662-8637 for prescreening and more
information. 12H0305
c Our summer adventure begins with GREAT
p STAFF! DAY CAMP POSITIONS open for super-
ll visors, counselors and specialists. More informa-
5 tion, come to summer job fair, Michigan Union,
etMarch 5 or contact Jewish Community Center,
6600 West Maple Road, West Bloomfield, MI 48033.
661-1000, ext. 115. Attention: Adele Lewin. 13H0305

TYPING SERVICES - $2 per page - Letter
Quality 663-1871. cJ0423
COMPLETE WORD PROCESSING - Expressive
Images Studio, Reasonable rates. 971-1870 cJ0423
ACCUTYPE
WORD PROCESSING
LASER-JET PRINTER
Resumes, Papers, Cover Letters, Etc.
Complete Secretarial Service
Available Same Day Service
761-5050
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ACROSS
1 Basics
5 Highlands'
shirts
10 Vipers
14 Problem for a
chimney sweep
4 5 String
;16 R.B.I., e.g.
-17 "Kiss Me -"
8 Dancer
Jeanmaire
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or soft
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need
-22 - facto
:23 Kind of music or
' art
24 Residue
1 5 Elevator name
27 Exceeds
33 Praying figure
.34 Pete and Billy
35 Formerly called
36 "The - Gray
Line"
37 Groups
38 Fast planes, for
short
39 Part of the UK
40 Department of
Colombia
41 French design-
er's creations
42 One way to
march
44 First name in
American
literature
45 D.C. figure
46 - du Diable
47 Carry
49 "Cinderella"
character
56 Porter and

2 Marina sight
3 Place for a
dove
4 Moving briskly,
with "along"
5 Sandal feature
6 Overwhelmed

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Edom
32 Meeting: Abbr.
33 Designer
Cassini
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50 Go like blazes
51 Therefore
52 C in C
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Dickens title
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Jannings
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Word with bend
or jerk
Fortune teller
Baseball
statistic
Jan of golf
Chums

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100 yrs.
Pastrami place
Tends
Rhone feeder

A FEW ATTRACTIVE coed models needed for
modeling in lingerie photo collection. Confiden-
tial, $25 Hr. Please submit photo to JR, PO Box
2891, Ann Arbor MI 48106. 77F0306
YOUNG TRAVELLERS NEWSLETTER!
Includes: 800 No.; travel partner service; features
on exotic OVERSEAS budget travel, work,
study! Send check ($12/yr.) to: Y.T.N., P.O. Box
3887, New Haven, Ct. 06525. 88F0304
TO: CIE: Read your letter with gratitude. I
have some poems for you... Zhi-Bin. 93F0304
CONFIDENTIAL &
INEXPENSIVE
GYNECOLOGICAL CARE
PLANNED
PARENTHOOD
3100 Professional Dr., Ann Arbor
(Near Washtenaw & Huron Pkwy.)
973-0710
Educational Materials and Gifts
Available In Our Bookshop cFtc
MISCELLAN EOUS
AUSTIN DIAMOND
For 26 Years - Diamonds At Wholesale
Expert Repairs & Fine Jewelry
Engagement & Wedding Rings Our Specialty
Mon.- Sat. Days & Eves
663-7151
1209 South University Ann Arbor

PART TIME minor maintenance. Afternoons and
Saturdays. Mechanical ability necessary. Some
heavy lifting. Culligan 662-5665. 16H0310
PHONE OPERATORS needed. Part-time evening.
hours. In campus area. Invoicing of incoming
calls for fast food delivery. Call 663-0352. 18H0310
COUNSELORS - ASSOCIATION OF INDE-
PENDENT CAMPS seeks qualified counselors for
75 residential children's private camps in North-
east July and August. Contact: 60 Madison Ave.,
Suite 1012 New York, N.Y. 10010 (212) 679-3230.
86H0305
SUMMER JOBS IN ALASKA. Good Money. Many
opportunities! Employer listings, 1986 Summer
Employment Guide. $5.95, Alasco, Box 30752.
Seattle, WA 98103. 88H0312
TELEMARKETING EXPERTS WANTED. Ex-
cellent salary depending on experience plus ex-
cellent commission. Paid holidays, plus one week
paid vacation and many more benefits. For those
who are not sure of themselves, need not call. For
those who are, ask for Gretchen. 971-3961, from
12-5. 90H0305
ADVERTISING SALES - Be an account execu-
tive and service accounts for the Daily. We pay
commission. Call Cindy, 764-0662. ncH0220
COUNSELORS: Camp Wayne, "A nice people
place," northeastern Pennsylvania 6/22-8/22. On
campus interviews March 5th, 1-6 p.m. Michigan
Union. For application write: 12 Allevard St.,
Lido Beach, N.Y. 11561 or call 516-889-3217. In-
clude your phone number. 04H0304
30 SUMMER JOBS AVAILABLE - resort near
Lake Michigan. June 1 thru Labor Day. Send self-
addressed, stamped envelope to: Mary C. Ott,
Sunny Brook Resort, 63800, C.R. 388, South Haven,
MI 49090. (616) 637-4796. 02H0314
NORTHERN Michigan Children's Summer Camp
has openings for general counselors with back-
grounds in: Tennis, Swim instruction, Art, Sail-
ing, Horseback riding and canoeing-Write Jack
Schulman, 2471 Ogden, Orchard LK, MI 48033.
75H0310
CAMP COUNSELORS
Male/Female-Outstanding, Slim and Trim Down
Camps: Tennis, Dance, Slimnastics, WSI, Athlet-
ics, Nutrition, Dietetics, 20+. 7 weeks, CAMP
CAMELOT ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES at Mass-
achusetts, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Califor-
nia. contact: Michele Friedman, Director, 947
Hewlett Dr., North Woodmere, NY 11581, 800-421-
4321. cH0423

SPRING BREAK '86 - Nassau, Bahamas, $409.
March 22-29. COMPLETE TRAVEL. 761-6500.
cKtc
WORK OUT WEST
If you are an energetic, hard working.student
looking to work out west, gain valuable business
experience in sales and marketing, earn college
credit, and save 4,400.00, please call 662-8637 for
prescreening and more information. 15K0305
Europe
Book Europe early. Save $50. Great
Places Travel Consultants, U of M Union
Mall. Call 994-4777.
cKtc
MUSICAL
TAPE SALE: MAXELL XLII 90 for $2.40 each.
TDK SA-90 for $2.00 each. TDK D-90 80t each.
Call Ron 451-7109. 10N0305
LESSONS - Special Pay for 4, take 5. Best
teachers in state. REPAIRS, bows rehaired.
Herb David Guitar Studio. 665-8001.302 E. Liberty.
cNtc

GOING PLACES

ROOMMATES

FIFTH YEAR female senior needs roommate
beginning fall. 761-6221. 10503'0
NEXT FALL: 3 guys need fourth for great 1st
floor of house behind union. 764-0927. 11S0312
PERSONABLE non-smoking female roommate
needed to share 1 bedroom apt. on S. Forest. $225
mo., utilities incl. Call Heide 763-2722 or 763-
2758. 0750310

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