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Softball
vs. Detroit (DH)
Wednesday, 3 p.m.
Varsity Diamond

SPORTS

Baseball
vs. Wayne State (DH)
Today, 2 p.m.
Ray Fisher Stadium

The Michigan Daily

Wednesday, April 6, 1988

Page 9

WOMEN'S SOFTBALL SEEKS TO REMAIN UNDEFEATED IN APRIL

Blue looks to win clash

with

By STEVEN COHEN
Tomorrow, two up and down
women's softball teams will do bat-
tle in Ann Arbor as Michigan will
face the University of Detroit.
Michigan, after going 1-4 last
week at the Bud Light Invitational in
California, has been on a streak of
late, winning its past four games to
post a 9-8 record on the season. But
even in defeat, the Wolverines have
HELP WANTED

played competitively losing six of
the eight by one run.
The Wolverines hope that they
have purged the narrow losses from
their system with the coming of the
month of April. The April Wolver-
ines, not their March counterparts,
will have to show up as the 17-7
Titans should be a formidable foe.
Detroit -has beaten some
formidable teams, such as Penn
HELP WANTED

State and Michigan State. Detroit
has both first-year students and three
transfers in its starting lineup, which
have led to bouts of inconsistency.
"Lately we'll hit well in the first
game but sometimes the intensity
lets up in the second game," said
Titan outfielder Jackie Pitts, who
along with first basewoman Karen
Awrylo and designated hitter Denise
Tackett are the leaders of the Titans.
HELP WANTED
TELEMARKETING POSITION on-campus.
$4/hr. Call 747-9400, Rafig.
TELEPHONE SALES REP:
12 hours per week, Mon.-Thurs. eves. $5.00
per hour pus comm. Call 973-7766.

CAMP COUNSELORS
Male/female, outstanding slim and trim down
camps: tenns, danceR slimnastics, WSI, ath-
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11581. 800-421-4321.
CHILD CARE: Gentle loving provider for 4
mo. girl in our Burns Par home, two
moms.wl., $30/wk., 761-7260.
CLERK-CLINICAL RESEARCH CTR. to
wo rk weekends. Must be eligeable for col-
' work/study s r./sum. 5.25/hr. Call Chris
wlis at 936-809G.
COMPUTER SALES POSITION with Au-
tomation Link. Call 747-9400, Rafiq.
CONLIN BRIDE SHOWCASE is looking
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GOOD PAY...FOR GOOD PEOPLE. Pleas-
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rofit Loui. Clear, friendly voice a must.
Call 76 955for interview.
GRAPHIC DESIGNER-Growing electronic
publishinglgraphic design firm in Grand
Rapids, MU is seeking an entry-level graphic
designer. Position requires strong publication
design skills, keyline experience, and good
communication skills. Macintosh computer
experience is helpful. Send resume, salary
exctations and availability date to Box 5
205-28th t., S.E., Grand Rapids, MI,
" 49508.
HELP WANTED: Administrative assistant
needed evening hours and weekends. Com-
puter experience a plus. 663-8686.
HIRING! Government jobs- your area.
$15000-681000. Call (60)838-8885. Ext.
1798.
LEADING DESIGN/BUILD. FIRM seeks
quality skilled and unskilled laborers in these
expa ding divisions:
LANDSCAPE
CONSTRUCTION
IRRIGATION
PAINTING/WALLCOVERING
An opportunity for advancement for moti-
vated individuals. Appl y at:
TERRA IJA, INC.
3780 E. Morgan Road. Ypsilanti, 48197
MACINTOSH TECHNICAL ASSISTANT-
Growing electronic publishing firm in Grand
Rapids, MI is seeking a person to assist in
training consulting, and supporting corporate
clients. Must have very diverse knowledge of
Macintosh hardware and software. MS-DOS
knowledge is helpful. Please send resume,
description of Macintosh knowledge, salar
ectations and availability date to BoxMI,
20355-28th Sit., S.E., Grand Rapids, MI,
49508.
NANNIES NEEDED
floin our NANNY NETWORK of of over
700 placed by us in the Northeast. One year
working with kids in exchange for salaries up
to $30wk., room & board air fare & bene-
fits. We offer the BEST CYOICES in fami-
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HELPING HANDS INC. Recruitment
Councelor at 475-9077 for brochure & appli-
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& in October 1987 WORKING MOTHER
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Now hiring ADVERTISING ACCOUNT
EXECUTIVES for Fall/Winter terms. 15
hours per week. Pick u job description at
Senior Staff Office of The Michigan Daily.
Application Deadline April 8.
PART TIME JOB: Fall '88. Manager needed
for small chocolate bus. Dependable, respon-
sible, self-motivated. Junior standing. Hands
on operation. 10-15 hrs./wk mornings. $4/hr.
996-4090.
PRODUCTION ASSISTANT IN T-SHIRT
PRINTING STUDIO. 7:30 - 4:00 pm, Mon.-
Fri. Adrian Screenprint. 994-1367.
STARTING SUMMER WITH EMPTY
POCKETS?
DON'T
PIRGIM is now hiring students to work thru
April on our phone campaighn to keep unsafe
radioactive waste out of Michigan. Flexible
eve. hrs. 5.00+/hr. Call Sean 9301806.
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT: $3250 for 13
weeks (that's $250/week.) For more info,
come to our info meeting Thurs., April 7 in
,the MI Union Kuenzel Rm. 10:10, 12:10,
4:10, or 6:10. Positions are avail. throughout
the state incl. Lansing & the suburban Detroit
areas.
SUMMER JOBS full and part-time openings
$10.15 per hr to start. customer service and
order taking manager trainee positions. Car
needed. Call 968-7638.
SUMMER JOBS
FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
Make money, make friends make a differ-
ence. Work with PIRGIM, the state's largest
consumer/environmental lobby. Protect the
environment from toxic waste while earning
$3000 this summer. Will train. Advancement
opportunities. Call Chris at 668-6683.
SUMMER RESTAURANT HELP
WANTED. Positions open for waitresses,
waiters, hosts, bartenders busboys. Apply i
person at Key. Laro lrestaurant, [42 E.
Walled Lake Drive, Walled Lake. 669-1441.
SUPERVISOR NEEDED: Fall '88. So./Jr.
stand. Small chocolate business. Deliveries,
errands hands on. 3 momings/week. $4/hr.
996-4040.
SUPERVISOR NEEDED: Sp./Summer '88
for chocolate business. Deliveries errands,
hands on operation. So./Jr. stand. 4/hr. M-
Th,12-5. 99-4090.

Hitting has also eluded the
Wolverines at times this season, but
Michigan Coach Carol Hutchins
feels that hard work can cure any
hitting lapses.
"The kids have worked hard this
year," said Hutchins. "They have
made several adjustments. They do
everything we tell them to which
isn't always normal in sports."
HELP WANTED
PERFECT FOR STUDENTS!
Part time jobs with MAJOR
telemarketing company working
evenings. $5-$8/hour. Located 2
BLOCKS from Student Union.
Call 996-8890. Ask for Mr. Rush.
FUNDRAISERS NEEDED
Non-profit organization needs
Telemarketers. Must be per-
sonable and energetic. Flexible
afternoon & evening hours.
$5-11 per hour guaranteed
Call Pat Larkin, 996-2011

Titans
Evidently first-year catcher and
left fielder Julie Cooper has learned
well in leading the team with a .351
average.
Pitching has been at the root of
the Wolverine's successes this year
and leading the way has been senior
ace Michelle Bolster. In three recent
games Bolster has struck out 17, 12,
and 8 batters.
GOING PLACES
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Amsterdam from $418, Paris from $568
Frankfurt from $428 London from $468
Eurail Youthpass $320
***ORIENT SUPERFARES***
Ban kok $969, Hong Kon $799
Okinawa $999, Osaka 939
Seoul $799, Tai Pei $799, Tokyo $899
Regency Travel, 209-211 S. State
CalI for details, 665-6122.
COED BICYCLE TOURS-COLORADO
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van support. College Cycle Tours (3131357-
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COMPLETE TRAVEL:For Interviews Va-
cations, Getting away! 1920 Pkrd. 761- 533.
Plane Tickets Detroit/D.C. Thurs 4/7-Sun
4/10 $75 Northwest Call Lynn 668-8538

ROOMMATES

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... Michigan's ace pitcher

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Summer help wanted immediately. Experi-
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Flexible hours. Will train. Call or write100
Marquette, Detroit, MI 48214 (313)
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THE STUDENTS COUNSELING OFF. is
accepting applications for spr./su. coordina-
tor. ic ujob description application at
SCO, 609 Haven Hall, 10-3 M-F 763-1553.
U of M research and adult devel. Will Pay
$75. Must be in 20's or 60's. 936-2102.
WORK FOR ACADEMIC CREDIT or vol-
unteer at Pound House Children's Center
this Springand Summer. Register for Project
Community or Project Outreach for Spring or
Summer placement at Pound House. Located
on Hill at E. University. Come over for a visit
or call 764-2547 for more information.

1 PERSON TO SHARE bdnn. in 6 prson
house. 1018 E. University. Diana 764-8783.
1 RM IN SPACIOUS SUNNY 2 BDRM
WOODED YDWoman, grad/prof, non-
smoker, wash/dryer, 2 mi. 1W.of campus, bus
& parking ,$260 + util. May-May lease.Call
Sharon 996-1721 (Keep trying).
FEM. NONSMOKER to share 2 bdrm. apt.
Optional own room or double. Spt.-Spt. Near
C B. Call Sue, Richelle 995-9182.
FEMALE ROOMIE needed for sprg-sum-
mer term. Huge 1 bdrm. apt. Church St.,
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FEMALE ROOMIE TO SHARE DBL. in 2
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FRIENDLY SOPH. seeks non-smoking fmle.
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ROOMMATE NEEDED to share 2 bedroom
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ROOMMATE WANTED to share 3 bdrm.
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MUSICAL

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Make me happy! Please call Kirby 747-1251.

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am. for

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type position open
starting late April.
Student Publications.
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