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The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, December 9, 1987- Page 7
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HELP WANTED

POLITICS CAN PAY OVER X-MAS
Pt/ft holiy work w/Pirim on the environ-
mental eorcement pacage. Help change
the course of environmental politics and
promote the clean up of Michigan's toxic
waste in the process. Training, advancement
potential. CallSandy 668-6683.
REP POSITION AVAILABLE. Motivated
individual to sell proven beach Spring Break
trip to South Padre Island. Membership in
cam pus organization helpful. Potential
$1000.00 commission plus free trp. Call
Melany at 1-800-258-9191 for information.
RESEARCH ASSISTANTTo run clinical
studies on taste preferences in obesity and
eating disorders. Full- or half-time aary
depending on qualifications. Call 747-0208.
RHINO RECORDS is hiring an intern in the
Ann Arbor/Detroit area. Applicants will need
knowledge of local record retail, local music
scene and a car. interviews will take place in
early Janua. For information, please call
SEEKING TUTORS for Jan. 1988 for ele-
rnentary through college level in English,
readin4, math, and Ilearning disabilities.
Master s level preferred. Send resume to
Geraldine Markel,PhD, at U of M reading
and Learning Center 1610 Washtenaw, Ann
Arbor, Mi. 48104. E6E.
THE U-M ENGINEERING Services Office
needs help developing the master graphics
database of the architecture and engineering
university facilities. If you are dependable
and energetic, and either have a little experi-
ence with microcomputers or a lot, please ap-
ply in person for we paying jobs at our of-
lice near the south-east comer of Hoover and
Greene. We are accepting applications for
employment now, during the winter term, and
summer 1988. These are very interesting jobs
using the latest microcomputer technology in
a congenial atmosphere.
WORK FOR ACADEMIC CREDIT OR
VOLUNTEER at Pound House Children's
Center this Winter term, (credit with Pro'ect
Outreach & Project Community). Located at
Hill and E. University. Come over for a visit
or call 764-2547 for more information.
STUDENTS
PART TIME
FLEXIBLE HOURS
Telemarketing firm with several morning,
afternoon, and evening positions
available.
GUARANTEED $6/HOUR
POTENTIAL $12/HOUR
Call Pat Larkin between 10:00-5:00
996-2011 or 996-2027
BUSINESS SERVICES
RESEARCHERS, GRAD STUDENTS! Ex-
perienced data specialists will process your
research data from source documents to data
base to final report. Call DATASPECS, Inc.
449-5193.

GOING PLACES
ROUND TRIP TICKET Detroit- Newark/
New York, Dec. 18- Jan. 12. $110. Call 747-
06 15.
SPRING BREAK '88
(you drive/we drive)
****D YTONA*** $75 /$149
FST AUDERDAL, 11$205
SOUTH PADRE ILE, $169/1$269
For more info.
See us in the fishbowl 12/11 or call Julie,
764-0965 or Michelle, 764-6052.
SPRING BREAK IN ACAPULCO OR
CANCUN. $379: hotel, air fare. Estee 995-
0642.
VERY CHEAP ROUNDTRIP TICKET to
L.A. from Det. Price neg. Call 764-0243.
HALL OF FAME BOWL
"The Sunshine Express"
Tampa, Florida 12/2/87-1/3/88
from $259.00
Motorcoach transportation, 4 nights hotel &
taxes, game ticket, plus much more
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more all under one roof; with the
beautiful Atlantic Ocean at your
front door....you deserve to go
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ready for 2nd semester! When "U"
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CLASSIFIED ADS
Call 764-0557

MISCELLANEOUS
The ANNUAL MEETING of the University
Club of Ann Arbor is scheduled for Thurs-
day, December 10, 1987 at 11am in the
Michigan Room of the Michigan Union.

TICKETS

BASKETBALL: U of M tickets for sale 40
yard line. Best offer. June 747-6665.
DETROIT-NEWARK Dec. 21
$50.NEWARK-DETROIT Jan. 3 $50 Dan
DISCOUNT AIR FARE TO LA. American
airlines. Call Mrs. Winn at 930-1520.
RD. TRIP TICKET fr. Detroit-LaGuardia.
12/21-1/5. Price neg. Lauren, 994-4026.
ROUND TRIP TICKET Det.-Wt. Plains,
Dec. 21-Jan. 5. Asking $90. Beth 764-1870.
Wanted: U of M basketball tickets; will pay
$. Call #763-0798.
WANTED: MICHIGAN BASKETBALL
tickets. 668-6282.

ROOMMATES

DESPERATE-1 bdrm. avail. LOW rent, no
util., 2 min. fr. diag, Mike 747-9637.
FEMALE NON-SMOKING HOUSEMATE
needed for 3 bedroom Westside house. Fire-
place. $230/month. Contact Sherry, at 668-
FEMALE ROOMATE to share 2 bedroom
apt. near campus. Rent $282/mo. & phone &
elec. Call 747-6724 ASAP.
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED. Share
large bedroom, modem apt. Comer of Oak-
land andHill. Call662-3028 for info.
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed to share 2
bdrm. apt. $110/mo. Call Ann 769-9566.
MALE ROOMMATE needed to share large
2 bedroom apt. NEGOTIABLE RENT 747-
7442.
ROMMATE NEEDED FEMALE (grad stu-
dent pref) easy going, sense of humorto
share apt own room, new, spacious, laundry
fac, parking, near Briarwood mall. $260 +
util. Leave message 971-8128.
ROOM FOR RENT - own room in house.
Female prefered. Jan- Aug. lease. Molly 996-
0054.
ROOMMATE NEEDED to share spacious 2
bdrm Willowtree apt. Beginning an 1. call
996-4673.
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male in 3 bdrn. apt. Oakland and Arch.
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TWENTY-FIVE YEAR OLD WOMAN
looking for a woman of similar age to share
an apartment beginning in January. Prefer
someone who is a non-smoker and neat. If
interested call Roberta at 665-0192, M-F 6-
10pm and Weekends anytime.
COMPUTER MDSE.
LA120BA DecWriter III with keyboard.
Make offer. Call668-6523 persistently.
MULTITECH +700,640K $700, or +20Mb
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Ann Arbor City Attorney Ron
Plunkett, who authorized the two
warrants against Marcuse, did not
authorize a warrant for Patrick's ar-
rest because he kicked Marcuse in
self-defense, based on testimony in
the report.
Plunkett's decision prompted the
Rackham Student Government to
offer a $500 reward for public safety
or police officers who present evi-
dence leading to conspiracy or per-
jury charges by a safety officer.
At the protest last Nov. 25, about
30 student demonstrators forced their
way past University Director of
Public Safety Leo Heatley, who was
physically blocking their access to a
hallway leading to CIA interviews at
the Career Planning and Placement
office of the SAB.
Barbour, who was standing be-
hind Heatley in plain clothes, re-
ported that Marcuse struck him in
the left shoulder, and continued down
the hallway, "pushing and bumping"
him with his shoulder "much as a
football player would block."
Heatley, wrote Detective Richard
Kinsey in the report, "observed the
suspect grab Officer Barbour from
behind... Heatley felt that the sus-
pect might be trying to get to Offi-
cer Barbour's weapon. As the sus-
pect Marcuse was grabbing Barbour
from behind Heatley stated he saw
Marcuse knee Officer Barbour in the
back."
Barbour, in the report, did not
mention being kneed in the back,
but he described "soreness to his
back" to Kinsey.
Heatley and Barbour were un-
available for comment last night.
Marcuse denied the charges, call-
ing them "unbelievable. I didn't grab
him. I didn't knee him. I pushed
against him."
After protestors crossed another
room, and gained access to another
hallway, Marcuse told city police
that he was kicked in the groin by
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e in polic
who witnesses later identified as
Patrick.
No police officers - except for
Patrick and Pifer, who maintain
Patrick's alleged kick was done in
self-defense - said they witnessed
Patrick's alleged attack on Marcuse
in the report, even though more than
five students in the hallway insist
they saw the attack.
Patrick, in the report, told Ann
Arbor Police Lt. John Atkinson that
he saw Marcuse "grab Mr. Pifer by
the shoulders from behind and knee
him in the buttock or lower back
area" and that when Marcuse turned
towards him, he "kicked him in the
groin area with his right foot."
Pifer's testimony agrees with
Patrick's, and Pifer said that he did

report
notsee who allegedly assaulted him.
Pifer confirmed the report last
night.
But Marcuse said, "I never
grabbed anybody - I'didn't even
come into physical contact with
anyone who I can conceive of being
Mr. Pifer." Marcuse said Pifer's al-
-legations were "ridiculous and ab-
surd."
Rackham graduate student Jeff
Gearhart, one of the protestors who
testified to the police, said last night
that "there's no way that that would
happen. (Marcuse) was simply
walking through that hallway.
That's absolutely not what I saw."
Marcuse will offer a plea to city
District Court #15 tomorrow at his
arraignment.

GOING PLACES

***DESPERATELY SEEKING SOMEONE
2 DRIVE CAR FROM NY 2 AA- TERMS
NEGOTIABLE$$$$ PLEASE CALL VA-
LERIE at 995-11531 HELP!
***SPRING BREAK***
Acapulco trip. occ. from $419.
Cancun trip. occ. from $559.
Jamaica quad. occ. from $469.
Club Med dbl. occ. from $960.
Space limited- Book early
Regency Travel, 209-211 S. State
665-6122
AAAH! Looking for an airplane ticket back?
Leaving Ft. Lauderdale to Detroit Jan. 4.
BEST OFFER. ASAP. 930-1987-Chad.
BAHAMAS-SPRING BREAK--Starting at
$279. Roundtrip airfare and transfers. Seven
nights hotel accomodations. Several free par-
ties. ONLY $50 deposit secures your reser-
vation. Hurry-limited space available. Call
CHRIS 761-5487, RANDY 761-1537,
HEATHER 996-9390. THINK SUNI!I!1
BOSTON TO DETROIT JAN 6
Detroit to Newark Jan 11
$135 for both-- separate negotiable
Call Kathy at 764-7974.
CHRISTMAS STUDENT SPECIAL
One-way non-stop chartered-Party Bus
To the following cities
Buffalo NY $46
Chicago IL $32
Champaign IL $52
Dayton OH $25
Cincinnati OH $35
Louisville KY $49
For more information call
We Go at 665-9928.
COMPLETE TRAVEL:For Interviews Va-
cations, Getting away! 1920 Pkrd. 761 -533.
CONTINENTAL AIRLINE TICKET round
trip travel within continental USA. $200,
eves. 426-2028. Expires March 15, 1988.
Detroit-Philadelphia-Roundtrip
Dec. 19 to Jan. 5 $130 (One way neg.)
Brad--996-1841
FOR SALE: Round trip ticket Det.-Boston.
Leave Dec. 22 return Jan. 3. $150 or best of-
fer. Call 764-072 for info.
FREEPORT FOR SPRING BREAK only
$409. Contact Missy at 665-0336. Includes
airfare, hotel, and specials.
FROM $279 BAHAMAS SPRING
BREAK!I!
Includes roundtrip air, 7 nt. hotel 3 hr. rum
cruise, admission to clubs, welcome rum
swizze, more-plus casinos nearby. Limited
space-hurry! American Travel Services. Call
Doug 996-0632.
NEED A TICKET TO NEW YORK? Leav-
ing Dec. 18, returning Jan. 4. Negotiable.
Please call Sheri at 663-2912.
ONE ROUND TRIP TICKET DET.-WASH.
D.C.
Dec. 21-Jan 5 $150/negotiable
Call Maren 930-0605.
ONE WAY TICKET- DC to Detroit. Jan.
5th. $50. Call Judy 764-1616.
One Way tkt. Detroit-LGA leaving 12122.
Best offer. Call Julie @~ 764-0965.
PLANE TICKET: To LaGuardia Dec. 22-
Jan. 2. Super cheap. Call 747-6275 (Lenny)
Early or late (after 12 pin).
PLANE TICKET to Newark, Dec. 17 only
$48. Call Eddie 763-7037.
ROUND TRIP TO N.Y., onl $110. Leaves
.1222, returns 115. Call Jen 74-6675Y
b ROUNDTRIP Detroit-White Plains,NY only

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that supports individual achievement
in the world of financial services?
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