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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, April 15, 1987 - Page 7
C SSIFIED ADS 764-0557

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

GOING PLACES

ROOMMATES

TICKETS

A BETTER SUMMER JOB- earn $200/
week w/ PIRGIM. Work with students from
across the country for passage of the land-
mark Environmental Enforcement Package.
Learn grassroots lobbying. Pat, 668-6683.
BUSINESS STUDENTS
Gain Valuable Experience at
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
as a
FINANCE ASSISTANT
For 1987-88 school year
Pick up applications on the 2nd floor
of the
Student Publications Building
420 Manard
orcal 764-0554
CAMP COUNSELORS
Male/Female, Outstanding Slim and Trim
Down Camps: Tennis, [ance, Slimnastics,
WSI, Athletics, Nutrition/Dietetics. Age 20+.
7 Weeks. CAMP CAMELOT on COLLEGE
CAMPUSES at Massachusetts, Pennsylvania,
No. Carolina, California. Contact: Michele
Friedman, Director, 947 Hewlett Dr., No.
Woodmere, N.Y. 11581, 1-800-421-4321.
CLEANING APT. Min 2 hr. Weekly ad-
justable good pay. 769-0032.
CLEANING APARTMENT. Minimum 2
hours weekly, adjustable, good pay. 769-
0032.
CLERC NEEDED IN BUSY OFFICE.
Hours 8-12 or 1-5 monday thru friday. $3.50/
hour. Call 668-8898.
COPYWRITER INTERNSHIP: Seek candi-
date with background in journalism or re-
lated field. Earn valuable skills working with
a variety of marketing vehicles. Macintosh
experience a plus. Send resume, writin sam-
ples and dates of availabil to: .R.D.,
0885 Textile rd., Belleville, MI 48111.
COUNSELORS- ASSOCIATION OF IN-
DEPENDENT CAMPS seeks qualified coun-
selors for 75 residential children's private
camps July and August. Contact:Association
of Independent Camps
43 West 23rd Street- Sixth floor
New York, NY 10010
(212) 645-6620.
Creative, responsible personable people
needed to be Safewa coordinators, 2 paid
pos. avail. 8-10 hrs./wk. Pickup app1. in 102
Ugi, due April 17. questions, caW Michelle
996-950.
DELIVERY DRIVER $6-10.00/HOUR
Call now hirig now. 419-471-1440
Only tee $7 5-adv. job info.job.
Exchange STUDENT DISCOUNT AVAIL-
ABLE
DRIVER NEEDED FOR PRESCRIPTION
DELIVERY. Part time, Mon.-Fri. Depend-
able. 662-3143. The Prescription Shop.
FACTORY WORKER NEEDED
$13.21/HOUR.
Now hirin . Call today, 419-471-1440.
Only fee $75 adv. ob info ob.
Exchange STUDENT DI COUN+ AVAIL-
ABLE
GREAT SPRING + SUMMER JOB
Work selling advertising for YOUR school
newspaper... THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Come m and apply??? Call Anne at 764-
0554.
HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED M & TH 6-7
hrs./day. Duties include laundry, general
cleaning. Must like children! Must drive.
Needed for both Sp. & Su. terms. 996-4090.
INTERVIEWING FOR FALLs POSITION.
Soph. or Junior. General rngr. needed for a
small bus. Mon. mom. & another am. Ap-
prox. 10 hrs./wk. Position requires strongly
motivated, responsible individual w/ excel-
lent writing & comm. skills & good working
knowledge of Ann Arbor area. Must like
children & chocolate. $4.25 to start. 996-
4090. Train now!
Learn while you Earn this summer. Depend-
able strong woman needed to help profes-
sional disabled woman with meals, personal
care some driving, central campus area. 662-
2734.

PHOTOGRAPHY $13.00/HOUR/AAill
train. Hiring now. 419-471-1440
Only fee $75-adv. jIob info job.
Exchange STUDENT DISCOUN AVAIL-
ABLE
RESEARCH VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Healthy males 18-55 ma qualify for medi-
cation research studies. Research volunteers
are paid for participation. Interested? Call
Susan Moran, RN, 996-7051, for summer re-
search studies 8AM TO 3 PM M-F).
Waer-Lambe rke-Davis, Community
Research Clinic, Ann Arbor, MI
Seeking eligible work-study student with a
computer/business background. Could offer
full-tune position Spring/Summer, w/return
to work-study status in Fall. Contact Tim
Wade, 764-9922, Department of Radiation
Oncology.
,STUDENTS W/ COLLEGE WORK STUDY
AWARDS needed to work in office & labs
on Medical Campus. Flexible hrs., great pay!
Please call 936-5365.
SUMMER CAMP STAFF. Work well with
children? Village supervisors, waterfront
staff, (WSI & boating) outdoor education
camp crafts, drama, arts & crafts, sports. Ca.
or write for apJewish Community
Center, Cam Wise, 3505 Mayfield Roa
Cleveland Weights, OH 44118. (216) 382-
4000, Ext. 267.
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT. $300/wk. for
~more information come to The Michigan
League, Room D ?3rd floor), Thurs., April 16
at1 am.,12 noon, 2pm.,or4 pm.
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT FOR U OF M
STUDENTS w/Paragon Products, Inc.
$3 250 min./ 13 wk. summer + Ft. Laud-
eraale trip in fall for qualified student. Auto-
mobile required. Openings throughout state.
Invaluable business. experience; coop credit
in some instances. For further information &
on-campus interviewpshone Mr. Anderson,
person to person, COLLECT, 517-339-9500.
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT POSITIONS
AVAILABLE MURRAY HOTEL, MACK-
INAC ISLANI), MICH: Rotation waitresses
& counter sales, cooks & general kitchen
help.Desk Clerks
Dock Porters
Housekeepers
Call, Write or send a resume to :
Murray Hotel Winter Office:
PO Box 7 Ann ArborMI 48107
ACT NOWi (313)661-5750
Summer Grounds and Maintenance work
help for large housing coop. May-Aug. Ap-
ply in person-Mon., Tue. Thur.Fri., be-
tween 1am & 3pm at Forest Hill Coopera-
tive, 2351 Shadowood, Ann Arbor. EOE.
SUMMER JOBS
$9.00 to start. National chain accepting appli-
cations for full and art-time positions. ter-
view now, start after finals. Call 728-5101
from 2-6 pm.
TELEPHONE SALES REPS. Part-time
evenings. Hourly wage plus commissions.
You can work in Ann Ar or Farmington
Hills. Call973-9733.
THE MICHIGAN VIDEO YEARBOOK IS
LOOKING FOR enthusiastic students to fill
exec. positions for the 1987-1988 VIDEO
YEAR 00K. Positions in production, pub-
licity, sales programming, treasurer, music
and more. Ca l for info. 665-3214.

WANTED 3 or 4 BEDROOM HOUSE
FOR SPRING/SUMMER CALL 747 6897
NANNY CONNECTION. CHILD CARE
POSITION AVAILABLE in East Coast area
& Florida. Full time or summer, w/ well
screened families.iFor more info, callLinda,
(313) 687-0601 or May at (313234-9040 or
write : Nanny Connection, P0 ox 302, Mt.
Morris, Mi. 48458.
NANNY POSITIONS. Care for children in
one of several East or West Coast locations.
Room board, $120- $200 per week. Attend
school eves. One year commitment. Non-
smokers preferred. Call for interview. LA
PETITE MERE 1-800-621-1985.
NURSING STUDENTS ARE YOU INTER-
ESTED in flexible Summer employment?
We need caring individuals for home care
patients. Call 973-9111, weekdays for appt.
OUTDOOR WORK. Full time. Earn $5-8 per
hour. You can work in Ann Arbor or Farm-
ington Hills. Must have your own transporta-
tion. Call 973-9733.
PART-TIME, due to expansion, National
firm must fill several positions. $7.19 to start
flex. hours. 3 eves., half day on Sat. Need
car. 1-728-5101 2-6pm.
THERE'S A JOB FOR YOU IN A SUM-
MER CAMP. The American Campg Asso-
ciation (NY) will make your application
avail. to over 300 camps in the Northeast.
Exciting opportunities for college students
and professionals. Positions avail8allland &
water sports, arts & crafts drama, music,
dance, tnipping, nature, &kN.'s M.D.'s
Aides kite-hen & maintenance. C'OLLEG1
CREDIT AVAILABLE. CALL OR WRITE
FOR APPLICATION. AMERICAN CAMP-
ING ASSOCIATION, 43 W. 23 St., Dep
(4MI), New York, N.Y. 10010, 212-64-
662.
WANTED: A MATURE, WARM PERSON
FOR CHILDCARE IN MY HOME. 15-30
hrs/wk. Times flexible. Non-smoker. Refer-
ences desired. Call after 6 pm. or w/e, 665-
3320.
WANTED: GUITAR INSTRUCTOR FOR
SPRING TERM DURING FREE TIME.
Denise, 996-4152.
WORK FOR ACADEMIC CREDIT OR
VOLUNTEER at the Pound House Chil-
dren's Center this Spring and Summer. Reg-
ister for Project Community or Pro'ect Out-
reach for Fall Placement at Pound House.
Located at Hill and E. University. Come over
for a visit or call 764-2547 for more informa-
tion.
Writers; Good pay! Send your resume and
ten best wrting samEpie your major or
specialty to COLLEIT REFERENCE
PUBLICATIONS, P.O. Box 2964, Ann Ar-
bor, MI 48106. Positions are limited!

BIKE THE ROCKIES!!
AND RAFT THE COLORADO
Call Bivouac Travel, 761-8777
4 Airline from Detroit-Dallas round trip.
Leave 22nd-Return 26th. 482-3760.
CALL REGENCY TRAVEL for low fares to
Europe, the Orient, and around the world.
Ask about Eurail and Britrail passes. Call
665-6122.
Planning a trip to Europe this summer? Tix.
avail. at GREAT SAVINGS on a leading Eu-
ropean airline. For more info. & price quotes
call 1-800-245-6665, M-F: 9-5.
RIDER WANTED TO BOSTON/ CAPE
COD. Free/ no expenses. Leaving approx.
mid May. Contact Martin Ross at 517-372-
7700 (days) or 517-351-3600 (eves.).
SPRING AND SUMMER VACATION in
Traverse City, on Sugar Sand Beach. Call 1-
800-422-SAND. This weekend $18.87 per
night, per couple_
Spring fever?
Get away for 3 days, 2 nights in Traverse
City. Cheap off-season rates, lodging for 2
$50 Cabin for 4, $60. That is total cost folks!
(616)-276-9502.
TRAVEL PLANS: For interviews, going
home, pleasure. Complete Travel, 761-6500.
MISC ELLAN EOUS
THE BAHA'I FAITH: God is one, man is
one, and all the religions are one.

1 or 2 FEMALE RMMATES wanted for 1
bdrm. in 4 bdrm. apt. on Greenwd. Sept-Sept.
Call Helen 764-3643 or Polly 764-1038
1 OR 2 FEMALE ROOMMATES NEEDED
SEPT. '87-SEPT '88 for 1 bedroom in a 2 br.
at. Bilevel, close to campus. Call us at 761-
27.
FOURTH ROOMMATE WANTED.
GREAT APT. 10 min. from DIAG. Pref.
non-smoker. Call Mark, 764-1641.
LOOKING FOR 1 or 2 ROOMMATES to
share newly furnished 1 bdrm. apt. in Tower
Plaza during 87-88. Call Chris 764-7897.
MALE NEEDED FOR SPRING-SUMMER
SUBLET in 2 bedroom apt. near athletic
campus. Parking, laundry & AC . $125
(Negotiable). 747-6142.
MALE ROOMMATE WANTED TO LIVE
W/ 3 OTHERS. $200/mo. Good location.
Sept. to Sept. lease. Call 665-4870.
NEED 3RD MALE RMT. 2 BDRM. APT, E.
Kingsley. $215/mo. Call Andy, 764-6986.
ROOMMATE NEEDED: Male nonsmoking
grad to share 2br. apt. 0min. from N. Cam-
p6us.9Set-Aug. lease $225/mo + elec. Call
761 -69g2.
ROOMMATE WANTED for this GROOVY
summer sublet. 4 room apartment by VC.
Call Seth consistantly at 763-0379.
WANTED: 2 FEMALE ROOMMATES TO
share a rm. in a great 4 bedrm. house (old
FAC- behind VC s) includes laundry, excel-
lent rent, fireplace seniors. Available Spring,
Summer &/or Fall. Call Diane 663-5950 or
Liz 995-1337.
BUSINESS SERVICES
ELLIOTT DELIVERY-- Specializing in
moving single items or vanloads. 995-4220
or 483-611.
SUMMER STORAGE! Also SHIPPING to
NY, NJ. Student rates include pick-up & de-
liv. Call MICHIGAN MOVERS today- 668-
0972.
UM News in
'Me Day
764-0552

2 R.T. AIRFARES TO CALIFORNIA. 4/30-
5/12. $200 each. Call Nancy, 764-5108.
AIRLINE TICKETS TO FLA. RND. TRIP
TX DEPART DET. MTR-4/l58
ARRIVING IN FT. MYERS DEPARTINd
ORLANDO-4/19/87 ARRIVING BACK TO
METRO 4/19/87. CALL BILL AT 995-0195,
EVES. OR 994-1943, DAYS.
DETROIT-BOSTON TICKET. $50. Sat.,
May 2. Departs at 6:40 am., 764-5026, Pedro.
FLY TO BOSTON for
EASTER/MARATHON. CHEAP-R.T. OR
1-way 4/18 $110. 663-5804.
FOR SALE 5 3RD ROW TICKETS FOR
U2. Seats between Bono & Edge. Call 763-
1814.
U2 TICKETS FRONT ROW! Best Offer!
For Info. Call 487-1775 or 487-0624.
COMPUTER MDSE.

COMPUTERS printers, modems. Specials
this month on1200B Modem only $129. Call
Automation Link,.747-9000.
BLOOM COUNTY
OHWta..
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MUSICAL

TAPES: Maxell XLI 190 and TDK SA90 as
low as $1.90/tape. Other avail. 668-7981.
VIOLIN 1971 G.A. FICKER, exc. tone, var-
nish. $100. 763-2886 Bryan.
WANTED. FLUTE OPEN HOLE SILVER
LOW B FOOT. AL┬žO CLARINET, WOOD.
665-2858.
SITUATIONS
WANTED
SINGLE PERSON SUBLET WANTED!!
I need a convenient, quiet, apartment for
Spring and Summer terms. Call 764-7051.
After 6 p.m.---Ask for Becky.

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THE RESIDENCE IALL
REPERATORY
TEATRE
Presents
8:00 The Relationship Show
- an exploration of various relationships including
those among friends, lovers, teachers and
students and parents and children.
9:00 The Sexuality Show
"Who's Values Are You?"
- an exploration of sex and sexual issues including
homophobia and acquaintance rape
THE MICHIGAN UNION
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April15, 1987
FREE

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The Library Science Program at Wayne State University provides full preparation for an informa-
tion service career. Entering students possessing a bachelor's degree can complete the Program in
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Science in Library Science (M.S.L.S.) degree is awarded.
There is a growing shortage of graduates in academic, archival, corporate, school, government and
public libraries. Wayne State University graduates receive offers to work as information specialists,
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college and university librarians, government documents librarians, medical librarians, and record
managers, to name a few. A graduate degree is required for professional appointments in most
information environments.
To assist students in their studies in the Library Science Program, Wayne State University has ar-
ranged a variety of assistance programs for its students. Many of our students work part-time as
library interns, earning a salary while gaining valuable experience. Scholarships and other financial
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