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SPORTS

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HELP WANTED

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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,
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(201) 429-8522. 23H0411
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
$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
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
NOW ACCEPTING applications for full and part
time cooks. Apply in person at Ashley's
Restaurant, 338 S. State Street. 19H0414
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
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Only Fee $65.00-ADV.-Job. Info.
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'necessary.
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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-s61. 92H0411
BABYSITTER NEEDED - for one infant in
my Ann Arbor home, full-time this summer,
begin May 5. Hours may vary but good pay.
References required. Call 663-2968, evenings and
weekends. 02H0422
GREENPEACE. The International Environ-
mental Organization is coming to Ann Arbor,
visit the Mug Thursday & Friday the 10th and 11th.
Environmental Jobs this Summer. 13H0411
PARKING ATTENDENT NEEDED - 7:30-9:30
a.m. Monday-Friday at the UM Business School.
$4.30/hour. Call Darlene at 763-9539. 17H0415
RAPIDLY GROWING rehabilitation center is
seeking full-time & part-time aides to assist with
program implementation in group homes in the
Ypsilanti-Ann Arbor areas. No experience
necessary - will train. Applications taken at
Rainbow Tree Center, 5570 Whittaker, Ypsilanti,
482-1200 or 1116 Nielson Ct., Apt. 3, Ann Arbor,
663-5117. 10H0415
RELIABLE, reasonably well-dev. athlete needed
for life-drawing by estab. artist. $8 per hour.
Call 761-4433 for interview. 05H0423
SPRING/SUMMER EMPLOYMENT: Mother's
helper needed May-August to provide babysitting
and help with household chores. Three year old
and infant due July. 20 hours/week. Salary
negotiable. 665-4842. 09H0423
WANTED: College rep to work for major record
company. Must be aggressive, energetic under-
graduate with strong communication skills and
your own car. Forward Resume to: Chuck
" Swaney, Capitol Records, 6430 Yale, Apt. #3,
Westland, MI, 48185. 96H0415
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, TX 75251. 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: APRIL11, 196
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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.
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MUSICAL

COMPLETE Yamaha Stereo System. Must Get
Rid Of. 668-7816 After 5. 54N0418
FIDDLE/VIOLIN lessons - motivated students
wanted! Arlene Leitch 973-0736. 35N0423
TAPE SALE: TDK SA9O, $2.00/tape. Maxell
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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.
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LIQUIDATION
SALE
VSP Labs, a prestigious high-end manu-
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Ann Arbor is getting out of audio. All pro-
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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 -
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Quantities are limited.
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All units have a one year factory warranty.
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Thursday, April 10, 1986

Sofiballersfreeze BGSU
with doubleheader swep

Page 7

By PETE STEINERT
Softball was not intended to be
played in miserable weather such as
yesterday's, but the wind and cold did
not appear to bother Michigan as they
swept Bowling Green, 5-3 and 10-0, at
the Varsity Softball Diamond.
"It's always good to sweep a
doubleheader because we always
struggle with that," said Michigan
head coach Carol Hutchins. "We split

more often than we care to."
FOR A SHORT while it looked like
the Wolverines would have to settle
for a split. In the first game after
Michigan scored two runs in the
second on a two-out, two-run single by
freshman shortstop Mary Ann
Daviera, the Falcons came back with
three runs off of Michigan starter
Michelle Bolster in the third.
Bowling Green put together four
singles to account for their scoring.

"Michelle lost her confidence," said
Hutchins. "You could just tell."
The Wolverines came right back
however, with two runs of their own
the bottom of the frame. Bolster
helped her own cause by tripling
home Vicki Morrow who had singled
and rode home on Daviera's line drive
single, which proved to be the game-
winner.
BOLSTER settled down and did not
allow a hit the rest of the way, picking
up her sixth win against three defeats.
Michigan added an insurance run in
the fifth when Daviera knocked in her
fourth run of the game with her third
single in three at-bats.
"She came through in a clutch
situation each time," said a pleased
Hutchins. "She is really starting to
swing the bat. The more she plays, the
better she gets."
The Wolverines collected 10 hits off
of Bowling Green loser Vicki Miwa.
Another freshman, Pam Wright,
helped pace the attack, going two-for-
three and scoring two runs.
IN THE second game it was all
Michigan. The Wolverines erupted for
seven runs in the second inning.
"Bowling Green is not that bad a
team," noted Hutchins. "We just went
right at them, and we were real
aggressive."
Michigan quickly loaded the bases
in the second when Daviera walked,
Martha Rogers singled, and Nan Payne
reached base on a fielder's choice.
Mari Foster walked to bring home a
run, and then Carol Simon followed
that with a two-run single. Foster
came home on an error and then
Alicia Seegert drove in two more with
a triple to rightfield. Morrow capped
the scoring with an RBI double.
The Wolverines added three in the
third to cushion starter Morrow's
lead. Morrow held the Falcons to one
infield hit in five innings of work to go
7-3 and lower her ERA to 0.30.

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Daily Photo by ANDI SCHREIBER
Michigan sophomore pitcher Michelle Bolster bowls over Bowling Green
in yesterday's sweep of the Falcons. Bolster bolstered her record to 6-3
with the 5-3 first game win.

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