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HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

PART TIME minor maintenance. Afternoons and
Saturdays. Mechanical ability necessary. Some
heavy lifting. Culligan 662-5665. 11H0409
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS: Recently pub-
lished, Guide to Greencard from F/J/H Visas.
For Free details send refundable $1.00 (P & H):
'Immigration Publications, P.O. Box 515991, Dal-
las,TX75251. 07H0410
THE MICHIGAN ENSIAN, U of M's official year-
book, is looking for a Business Manager for the
1986-87 school year. Responsibilities include man-
agement of a $100,000 + budget. Applicants must
have a background and/or major in Business with
a specific interest in accounting. Familiarity with
PC's a plus. Time commitment will be 10-15
hours/wk. If you feel you are qualified and in-
terested, please send resume to:
Business Manager Search Committee
Student Publications
429 Maynard
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
APPLICATION DEADLINE: APRIL 11, 1986
$3.85/HOUR
Accepting applications for all shifts, opening
through closing. Full or part time positions avail-
able. Apply in person.
Burger King
530 E. Liberty
(at Maynard) 13H0416
CHILDCARE. Through summer or longer, 8
month old baby, regular or occassional hours.
10-20 hours/week. Wage negotiable. Near Cam-
pus. Call 769-3027, 9-9. 05H0409
WORK FOR ACADEMIC Credit or volunteer at
the Pound House Children's Center this Spring or
Summer Term. Located at Hill and E. Univer-
sity. Pre-registration available for Fall. Come
over for a visit or call 764-2547 for more informa-
tion. 60H0516
WORKSTUDY STUDENTS - Art organization
10 needs workstudy students for the Spring and Sum-
mer semester. Students interested in administra-
tive aspects of art fairs call Judith, 662-3382.
63H0414
NOW ACCEPTING applications for full and part
time cooks. Apply in person at Ashley's
Restaurant, 338 S. State Street. 19H0414
WE NEED college workstudy students for the
gift shop. Exhibit Museum of Natural History.
Apply Soon. Call.Ruth 764-0480 for interview.
33H0409
SALES REP - For the Ann Arbor News Circula-
tion team, working with our youth to promote
subscriptions and the ability to relate well with
others. Must have reliable vehicle & good attitude.
Call 994-6754 or come to our Personnel Office.
75H0414
SUMMER HELP: GENERAL LABOR, GOLF
COURSE, AMUSEMENT PARK, SECRETARY &
OTHERS. HIRING NOW. CALL
1-419-471-1440. Job Exchange
Only Fee $65.00-ADV.-Job. Info.
cH041 1
AIRLINES TRAINING NOW - For Flight At-
tendants & Reservationists willing to relocate if
necessary.
1-419-471-1440 Job Exchange
Only Fee $65.00-ADV.-Job. Info.
cHO4ll
THE WESLEY Foundation at UM is looking for
assistants for the fall to aid in the leadership and
administration of an exciting, effective United
Methodist campus ministry. Responsibilities in-
clude planning fellowship and social events, at-
tracting student interest, some clerical work, 7
hrs./week, paid. Must be a UM student (under-
grad or grad) and want to share and grow in
Christian fellowship! Call Wayne Large, Chaplain,
668-6881. 92H0411
DISC JOCKEY NEEDED - $10-12/hr. MUST BE
NEAT AND PERSONABLE. CALL NOW.
1-419-471-1440 Job Exchange
Only Fee $65.00-ADV.-Job Info.
cH0409

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:NMichele Friedman, Director, 947
Hewlett Dr., North Woodmere, NY 11581, 800-421-
4321. cH0423
NEW ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER CAMPS -
(Mass.) Mah-Kee-Nac for Boys/Danbee for Girls.
Counselor Positions for Program Specialists: All
Team Sports, especially Baseball, Basketball,
Soccer, plus Archery, Riflery, and Biking. 25
Tennis openings. Also, Performing Arts, Gym-
nastics, Rocketry, Ropes Course; All Waterfront
Activities - including Swimming, Skiing, Small
Craft; plus Overnight Camping, Computers,
Woodcraft and more. Inquire: J & D Camping,
190 Linden Avenue, Glen Ridge, NJ 07028. Phone
(201) 429-8522. 23HO411
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT . $300/week. Royal
Prestige has positions available in advertising,
marketing and management. Openings in Lans-
ing, Detroit and Ann Arbor. Must own car. Any
major accepted. For more information come to
Michigan Union, Pond Room Thursday, April 10,
Friday, April 11 at 10:00, 12:00, 2:00 or 4:00.
15H0411
MISCELLAN EQUS
DESPERATELY SEEKING previous final exam
for Astronomy 101. (ELSTE) will pay top dol-
lar! 995-5828 evenings. 38M0410
SHED those unwanted pounds before Summer. No
exercise, No drugs. Success guaranteed 231-3740.
65M0414
YOU ARE INVITED to attend an evening of
poetry and prose written and read by Patrick
Patillo, Gloria Scribbling and Rose Martin
Thursday, April 10, 7:00 p.m. at The Comfort
Inn. Admission is $7.00 and includes refreshments
and an opportunity to read from your own
writings. Call 662-3564 for further information.
03M0410
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
THE UNDERGRADUATE
LAW CLUB
Presents
SENATOR
JACK FAXSON
from Farmington Hills
Thursday, April 10th
7:30p.m.
The Pond Room
in the Union
89M0409
BUSINESS SERVICES
PAPERS JUST 1.50/pg. with this ad. Generic
Word Processing Service - 662-1068. cJtc

BUSINESS SERVICES
WRITE ON.
Student editing and typing
$1 .50/page
996-0566
cJ0423
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TRANSCRIPTION/WORD PROCESSING
572-0649
cJ0423
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.
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COMPLETE WORD PROCESSING - Expressive
Images Studio, Reasonable rates. 971-1870. cJ0423
TYPING SERVICES - $2 per page - Letter
Quality. 663-1871. cJ0423
A-i TYPING - On campus. Professional.Rush
service available. 668-8898. cJ0423
THE LETTER WRITER - Resumes; creative/
letter writing; secretarial services; student rates
on typing. 455-8892. cJtc
TYPING - ALL KINDS -- Fast, efficient service.
Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592. cJtc
WORD PROCESSING
Everything in memory, low prices,
free proofing, rush service.
PRONTO PRINTING

COMPUTER MDSE.
FOR SALE: Brand new Apple Ile 80-column text
card. Price negotiable. 764-5937. 76T0414

Records

GOING PLACES

Sail BAHAMAS
Snorkel, Dive - 65' ketch 7/12-7/19 & 8/9-8/16.
$330 inc. meals, send for brochure Out Island
Charter PO Box 47994, St. Petersburg, FLt33743 or
call 813-347-7817-lv. msg. 22K0417
AIRPLANE RESERVATIONS - best fares: Job
interviews, going home, mini-vacations. Domestic
& International. Call Complete Travel -
761-6500. cKtc
Europe
Book Europe early. Save $50. Great
Places Travel Consultants, U of M Union
Mall. Call 994-4777.
cKtc
TICKETS
DETROIT SYMPHONY STUDENT tickets can
be purchased 1 hr. before the start of each
concert at either Ford Auditorium or Orchestra
Hall. Current student I D. must be shown when
purchasing tickets. Tickets will be sold on first
come, first serve basis. $5.00. For information
call: 567-1400. 30Q0423
ZZ TOP - 2 tickets, April 18th show at Joe
Louis Arena. Must sell! 764-3795. 01Q0410

Cocteau Twins -
The Pink Opaque
(Relativity)
The finest bands can challenge
your imagination as well as dazzle
your ears. England's Cocteau Twins
do this, crafting an original brand of
rock whose obsessive sound is as
hard to figure out as it is
breathtaking to hear. It is expansive
and otherworldly, teeming with
ethereal atmosphere without ob-
scuring the band's gift for shaping
dramatic melodies. Beneath it all
lies an elusive and mysterious
element which is the lifeblood of
their music.
The Pink Opaque, the Cocteaus'
first American release, is a com-
pilation album of songs spanning the
group's four-year career, ranging
from their debut album, Garlands,
on through 1984's universally ac-
claimed Treasure, and up to singles
released early last year. Like any
album of its kind, its suffers from in-
coherence as a volume of tunes, but
its diversity illustrates the colourful
styles one finds in their albums and
numerous 12-inch singles.
The sound of he Cocteau Twins is
decidedly that of rock, as the furious
guitar and crashing percussion of
"Musette and Drums" will attest.
It's just that their attitude seems to
own as much to the spirit of religious
hymns as to the tradition of the
Rolling Stones. If the Stones make
great party music, then the Cocteau
Twins make a brand of rock
designed for play in cathedrals.
The magical element which
defines their work is a certain rush
of liquid melody that gives rise to the

rich atmosphere; the deliberate
pacing of tempo makes for imagery
that suggests viewing quicksilver in
slow-motion. A pulsating drone of
bass flows over top of a steely, eecr
tronic drumbeat. Weaving in an out
come guitar lines of crystalline rise-
and-fall and squalls of grinding
power-chords. Above it all floats the
martial sweep of Elizabeth Fraser's"
vocals.
Fraser (voted by readers of
Britain's New Musical Express as
1984's best female vocalist) sings in
a style which merges the sinister
wail of The Banshees' Siouxsie
Sioux with the glory of an operatic
diva. If you look for plain messages
in her vocal procession you'llvonly
rob yourself blind; the real value,
lies in its impressionistic quality.
She rattles off chantlike choruses,
injects a few obscured bits of
English, warbles in Latin-sounding
arpeggios, softly coos, and tosses it
all about in a painterly fashion.
Upon hearing the phrases of "From,
the Flagstones" you might think,
well, here's some "real" lyrics
(a.k.a. actual words). Then comes
"Lorelei," though, where Fraser's
singing substantially reshapes the
adjacent instruments; a guitar line
reminiscent of a police-car siren
takes on an upbeat, strident feel
along side her glowing vocals,
Trying to get a grip on it all, you will
realize that the Cocteau Twins are
living in their own little world, far
away from the contours of main-
stream rock.
Despite its inconsistency, this
record is a wonderful view into the
Cocteau's world, and proof of how
indispensable a band they are.
- Michael Fischer

761-TYPE

Michigan Union

769-COPY
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ROOMMATES

FEMALE GRAD STUDENT - to share four
bedroom apartment. May-May lease. $220/month,
all utilities included. 994-3155. 04S0418
ROOMMATE WANTED: Quiet 2-bedroom
furnished apartment near North Campus;
available May/September $250/month. Prefer
Gay Male graduate student, non-smoker with
transportation. 662-5460. 06SO415
FEMALE SUBLET: (May-Aug.) to share 2 bed-
room apt., 121/mo, 665-0602, evenings. 83S0414
GREAT LOCATION. Minutes from Med. Center
and 1 block from Central Campus. Call: 995-
1347, Ask for Todd. 68S0414
TWO GIRLS needed to share bedroom in large
apartment. Fully furnished ALL appliances.
PRIME Hill St. location 763-1935 or 764-9648.
28S0410
NEEDED for Fall and/or Summer - Cat lover to
share large 1-bedroom apt. $250/mo. All utilities,
furnished, Forest & Hill. Call 763-0796, be per-
sistent. 08S0410
SUNNY APARTMENT Near CCRB. Non-smoking
female; Sept.-Sept. Bi-level, 2-bedrooms, 1%
baths, $192.50 per month plus electricity. CATHY
764-9767. ncS0409

MUSICAL

SAC presents:
TRUE BLUE WEEK. PI 1

FACTORY WORKER NEEDED - $9.00/hr
FACTORY WORKER TRAINEE-$6.16/hr
1-419-471-1440 Job Exchange
Onle Fee $65.00-ADV.-Job Info.
MANAGEMENT $250-300/wk.
ENTRY LEVEL, NEED TO HIRE.
1-419-471-1440 Job Exchange
Only Fee $65.00 - ADV. - Job Info.

.CALL

COMPLETE Yamaha Stereo System. Must Get
Rid Of. 668-7816 After 5. 54N0418
TAPE SALE: MAXELL XLII-90 for $2.20 each.
TDK SA-90 for $2.00 each. Lifetime guarantees.
Call Ron at996-4266. 30N0409
TAPE SALE: TDK SA90, $2.00/tape. Maxell
XLII90 $2.20/tape. Lifetime Guarantees, In stock.
Call 668-7981. 74N0411
LESSONS - Special Pay for 4, take 5. Best
teachers in state. REPAIRS, bows rehaired.
Herb David Guitar Studio. 665-8001.302 E. Liberty.
cNtc
FACTORY
LIQUIDATION
SALE
VSP Labs, a prestigious high-end manu-
facturer of amplifiers and preamplifiers in
Ann Arbor is getting out of audio. All pro-
ducts at prices BELOW DEALER COST.
TM 150 transmos amp-150 w/ch -
regularly $1072...............NOW $649
TMG 200 Gold edition amp-200 w/ch-
regularly $1540...............NOW $879
SW2 straightwire preamp -
regularly $1090 ............ NOW $649
HPF-102 subsonic filter -
regularly $187................. NOW $59
Quantities are limited.
CALL 668-1922 OR STOP AND HEAR
SOUND ASSOCIATES, AUDIO VIDEO
SERVICE CENTER, 322 S. STATE, ANN
ARBOR, MI 48104, LOWER LEVEL.
All units have a one year factory warranty.
82N0415

SOFTBALL GAME at Palmer Field
5 p.m. - Come show your True Blue Spirit

THURSDAY

- April 10

WEDNESDA

-April9

TYPING - all types - Guaranteed work at reas-
cH0411 onable rates. 668-6109. 91J0613
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
cH0409 ANN ARBOR MUSIC MART. (313) 764-
4980. cJ0423

JOIN THE CHI-CHI'S TEAM. Here's your chance
to work with America's fastest growing Mexican
Dinner House Team - The Chi-Chi's Team. We
are now taking applications for the following
full and part-time positions: SERVICE ASSIST-
ANTS, HOST/HOSTESS, BARTENDERS, LINE
COOKS, DISHMACHINE OPERATORS. Our flex-
ible scheduling makes Chi-Chi's the perfect job
for after classes and weekends. We offer: EX-
CELLENT STARTING WAGES, FLEXIBLE
SCHEDULING, HALF PRICE MEALS, EDUCA-
TION PARTICIPATION, GOOD INSURANCE
PACKAGE FOR ELIGIBLE EMPLOYEES. Only
well motivated, professional team players need
apply. Apply in person daily 2-4 p.m. at 3776 S.
State Street, Ann Arbor. 10H0411
After words

FOR PROFESSIONAL, accurate, and dependable
rates, call: Sweeney's Word Processing and
Machine Transcription. 482-7092. 43J0423
"YOU can turn an INTERVIEW into a JOB."
CALL - Video Interviewing, Inc. - 968-5431.
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IT'S ACADEMIC (WORD PROCESSING) for
unparalleled. aesthetically magnificent word pro-
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and excellent grades. 994-4663. 94J0423
FAST, Accurate Low-cost typing. Spelling cor-
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Back By Popular Demand W !QB
After 2 Sell Out Shows Last Fall welcomes

Quality Books at uncommonly low prices

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" ANN ARBOR *
"THE SEQUEL"

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ANN ARBOR
ASSOCIATES
IN PSYCHOTHERAPY
OFFERS SERVICES TO
The University community
REGARDING
" Relationship Issues
" Depression
" Study Problems
* Anxiety and Stress
" Eating Difficulties
For Referral to a
Qualified Professional,
CALL between
8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Weekdays: 665-0005

MICHIGAN TRIVIA CONTEST in
Fishbowl 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
HAPPY HOURS at Rick's
For more info: I't ie
763-9755

FRIDAY

- April11

MICHIGAN TRIVIA CONTEST in
Fishbowl 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
DIAG RALLY! 12 Noon
BAR NIGHT at Dooley's
* $1 off admission if wear maize and blue
* drink specials

OPEN
Mon.- Sat. 10 -9
Sunday Noon - 5

ALL NEW LIVE SHOW STARRING:
MIKE BINDER DAVE COULIER JOE NIPOTE TONY HAYES
Host & Creator of Star of H.B.O.'s Comedy Local Radio A Very
H.B.O.'s Comedy Jam Jam & "Out of Control" Morning Show Host Funny Fellow
WITH SPECIAL GUESTS - DOMINO
MICHIGAN THEATRE
Friday, April 11, 1986
2 Shows - 7:30 & 10:30 p.m.
Reserved Seats at the Box Office, School Kids Records, Union Ticket Office and all other
Ticketworld Locations, Dial 99-MUSIC for 24 Hour Concert & Club info. Dial 99-MILLER to get on
Miller High Life Concert Card Mailing List. A PRISM/COMEDY JAM PROMOTION

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