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The Michigan Daily-Monday, March 13, 1989-poge7

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podium. In Matson's entrepreneur
class, a loud "boo" is deemed better
than a round of applause.
"It's a crazy, creative, fun atmo-
sphere, unlike any other class I have
ever taken. I actually look forward to
,this class," said Business School se-
nior Alissa Neil.
"He's a dude," says B-School se-
nior Hillary Olsen. "He makes you
think. In Failure 101, the only rule
is that there are no rules." This "no
rules" atmosphere allows for maxi-
HELP WANTED
EASY WORK! Excellent pay! Assemble
products at home. Call for information. 504-
641-8003 Ext. 2085.
GREAT SUMMER OPPORTUNITY--Jew-
ish summer residential cam pseeks excep-
tional youn adults for staff and specialist
positions. Capital Camps is located in the
heart of the scenic Catoctin Mountains only
one hour from the Washington DC area. The
camp has over 300 acres of beautiful forest
hiking trails and lakes. If you are interested in
the challenges and excitement of working
with campers in grades 3-10, or if your have
a specialty in a particular area1, we want you
on our team. Good salaries, great fun. Our
program director will be on campus on
March 13. For information and an appoint-
ment, call collect (301) 656-CAMPI
Hair Models needed. Contact Laky's Salon at
668-8812.
HEALTHY MALE VOLUNTEERS (18-55)-
-May qualify for medication research studies.
Research volunteers are paid for partici -
70511, Mon.-Thurs.(8 am-3 pm) for additional
information. Parke-Davis, Community Re-
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JAPANESE TRAVEL AGENCY in South-
field seeks full-time person. Must speak
Japanese and English. Call Tom or Toshi at:
1-800-952-8999.
JOBS WITH GREAT BENEFITS!
*Free U Club admission
*Very flexible hours
*50% off meals the day you work
*10% bookstore discount
*Great central campus location
*Opportunities for advancement
Work with the gang at the MUG or the U
Club in the Michigan Union.
Available shifts:
MUG: 10 am-2 pm daily, U Club: Mon.-Fri.,
10:30 am-2 pmn, Host/ess waitstaff, service
:assistants.
See manager in MUG or U Club for inter-
view.

mum creativity in the classroom,
Matson said.
"For an entrepreneur to succeed,
rules must be broken; well, maybe
not broken, but at least bent," he
said.
Recent B-School graduate John
Ivanko respects Matson's innovation
and boldness. "Most professors
would be embarrassed to do what he
is doing. Matson has taken wacki-
ness and turned it into a creative way
to force students to think for them-
selves."
Ivanko added that Matson is quick
to squirt students with his water
pistols if they are too off-the-wall.

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SPRING/SUMMER-lookin for warm, expe-
rienced babysitter for our Syr. old daughter.
6-10 hrs./wk. Prefer non-smoker w/ own
transportation & references. Please call 769-
2875.
SUMMER CAMP STAFF POSITIONS:
Counseling and Supervisory openings.
Horses, sailing, archery, rifelry, crafts,
wildemness trips. Christian values in a family
atmosphere. YMCA STORER CAMPS.
Jackson, MI. For further information contact:
Tammie Day,761-3918.
SUMMER JOBS AVAILABLE in Westem
Wayne and Dawnriver areas. Don't wait until
June--A pply now. For DOWNRIVER area
Call (313)284-2260 ask for Sharon. For
WESTERN WAYIE area call (313)425-
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fee. E~TD TEMPORARY SERVICE.
THE PRINCETON REVIEW
Nation's #1 test prep service seeks directors
for Detroit/Ann Arbor, San Diego K.C. of-
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in entrepreneurial atmosphere.+Ability to
manage people. 1 yr. work ex p. + high stan-
dardized test scores a plus. Salary competi-
tive. Send resume: TPR 28104 Orchard Lake
Rd. Suite 111, Farmington Hills, MI 48018.
THIS IS THE summer job you have been
waiting for. The Park Cafe & Grocery in St.
Ma, Montana east entrancce to Glacier
Nat'lpark, has positions n in the cafe, gift
& roce ry stores. Call Kathryn at 916-675-
TYPING & general office work, approx. 15
hrs./wk. $5-6/hr. Full-time durng summer.
Mrs. Jubin 763-2102.
WILL YOU BE looking for a job in adver-
tising? Have you studied multi-media com-
munications? Then send qualifications to:
Interlakes Realty c/o Julee 2859 Orchard
Lake.Rd. Box 5397 W. Bloomfield, MI
48033.
YMCA STORER CAMPS now interviewing
for positions as counselors, tripleaders, horse
instructors, & resource people. if interested,
call Tammie, 761-3918.
YOUNG MAN to take our son to after
school & work out with him. 662-0712.
$99 ANYWHERE IN THE USA ON
NORTHWEST AIRLINES! Bring your
American Express voucher. Call REGENCY
TRAVEL, 665-6122, ask for Ann or Dawn.
EUROPE '89 - London from $379 Amster-
dam from $518, Frankfurt from $448, Paris
from $608. Eurail pass from $320. RE-
GENCY TRAVEL Z09 S. State 665-6122.
Ask for Deb or Dan.
ORIENT SUPERFARES SAVE 30%+
Beiing fr. $1149, Seoul fr. $729, Shanghai
fr. i199Taipei fr. $751 Tokyo fr. $782.
REGENdY TRAVEL, 269 S. State. Call
665-6122, ask for Joanne or Dan.
SPRING BREAK! ILog cabin retreat. Fu1Vi
equipped, sleeps 2-4.. Dudoor hot tub, -
skiing, snowshoe options. $38-58 per night/
mid-week rates cheaper! 10 mm. from Tra-
verse City. 616-276-502.

Said Matson: "In creating an
atmosphere in which failure is not
totally looked down upon, there is
much less fear of failure. If you are
booed off the stage, something good
must be happening." This attitude
allows students to try new and po-
tentially innovative ideas.
The attention Matson has received
from the media reflects the large
public interest in the field of en-
trepreneurship. Besides being fea-
tured in The Wall Street Journal and
participating on radio talk-shows
from Florida to Hawaii, he will ap-
pear on The Pat Sajak Show on
Student Travel Breaks at Stamos'
Kerry Town * 407 North Fifth
663-4400 483-5040
BREADS CAKES * PIES * PASTRIES
THE SECRET
IS OUT!
The Best Kept Secret On
State Street Is Now
Open!
Basil's features Danish,
Croissants, Muffins,
Breads, Pastries, and
More.
All made from scratch.
Baked fresh daily.
BASIL'S BAKERY
Buy any two breakfast items
and get one free.
expires 3/11/89
211 State St. in the Park Ave. Deli
662-3373
I Mon.-Fri. 7:30-7:00
L Sat 9:30-5:00
BUINSSSRCE
Get your buttons from Word Silkscreening.
We have the best prices. Call 665-6031.
S A
encore-YOUR Party Band-$345/4 hrs. For
audition tape call Tracey 677-1569.
WAITED LONG ENOUGH...attention all
solo performers/musicians of Ann Arbor!
Female vocalist with a wide range of musical
influences (Kate Bush Fred Von Stade,
Stones, Lou Reed, Hendrix EPMD) is inter-
ested in forming a band. Will be in town all
summer. IF interested call Becky at 761-
2185.

March 31. Matson has responded to
the popularity by writing a book
with some of his students about
student entrepreneurship, and by
conducting short-courses for large
corporations dealing with the same
risk-taking subjects that are covered
in class.
Jack Matson's eccentricity is
more than skin deep. "If I could meet
anyone, it would be Alexander the
Great, because he was creative, and
with this creativity he so quickly
figured out how to conquer the
world," he said.
He also looks up to Socrates,
BAND NEEDED TO PLAY
Night of March 18
For wqbn's Monte Carlo night
Call 764-7755-Linda
ITALY this summer-sound good? This is
your chance to eam U of M credit in a beauti-
ful setting. Please attend the Florence Sum-
mer Information meeting in Room 4314
MLB at4:00pm on March 8.
TRAVEL TO St. Malo, France and eam 6-8
U of M credits. For more information attend
the meeting at 4:00 n in Room 4309 MLB
on Wednesday, Marc 8th.
GAY GAMES III and CULTURAL FESTI-
VAL. August 4-11, 1990, Vancouver
Canada. Arts Fair and 28 sports. Open to all.
Write: MVAAA Box 84954, San Diego, CA
92138.

through whom he has learned that
"students teach themselves; this is
the only true learning." Judging
from Matson's new ideas and endless

Michigan Alumni work here:
The Wall Street Journal
The New York Times
The Washington Post
The Detroit Free Press
The Detroit News
NBC Sports
Associated Press
United Press International
Scientific American
Time
Newsweek
Sports Illustrated
Because they worked here:

energy, he someday may follow in
Alexander the Great's footsteps and
conquer the entrepreneuring world.

4 GRATEFUL DEAD tickets for sale. Apr.
6. Call 996-4150. Leave message.
FOR SALE: 2 one way tkts. from Washing-
ton D.C. to Detroit Metro on Sun. March
26th (Easter Weekend!) Please call 996-9004
or769-1151.
FOR SALE: 12 DEAD tickets for.April 6
show. Very cheap. Call 668-9336 immedi-
ately.
NEED TICKETS: Michigan vs. Illinois. CAll
collect 313-549-7116, Fred $$$.
R.E.M. AND BON JOVI
Great seats! Call 764-4735 after 5.

SROOMMATES
2 FEMALE nonsmoking roommates needed
fora 3 bdrm. apt. Free parking, close to gro-
cery, $266/person, graduate students prel'd.
Sept.-Sept., Lisa 769-2913.
AVAIABLE IMMEDIATELY. Large room
in 5 bdrm. house. Beautifully remodeled, nice
guys. 769-6478.
FEMALE NS ROOMMATE needed starting
May 15. Apartment is a must see! Call
Sharon, 995-5745. DW, parking, 2 baths!
ROOMMATE available now one bdrm.
Rent: $250. ISSA PROPERTIES 662-4446.
SEEKING 1 male to fill last spot in large
house 2 min. from Union. Sept -Sept., $230-
250/mo. Park./laundry. 930-0638.

MEMO=="

The College of Engineering,
The College of Literature, Science, and the Arts,
and The Information Technology Division
invite all members of the University community to attend an
Open House
to celebrate and tour our new Advanced Visualization Facility.
Monday, 13 March 1989
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Room* 145, Chrysler Center

Michigan Union is an equal opportunity, af-
firmative action employer.
MANAGER TRAINEE--Young corporation
,,expanding in Arm Arbor area. Need to open 2
branch offices. No expenence necessary.
Will train in all aspects of business. Eaming
potential 35K+. Security fee required if ac-
cepted. 973-2696.
Part-time Assistant for local market research
co. Clerical duties, incl. rep. report & re-
sentation materials, proofreaing, general of-
fice support. Computer ex rience, esp. IBM
PC/Compatible helpful. Snd info to Mark
Kassof and Co. 527 E. Liberty Ste. 201, AA
48104. NO CALLS PLEASE.
SLEEPAWAY CAMP in Poconos needs:
General counselors Male/Female- All sprt;
Gymnastics; Dance; Tennis; Ilam radio;
Arche Riflery; Ceramics; Scener, Water--
front SI); Language (rench & panish),
:Woodworking; Film Malang; Street Hockey.
WRITE: Camp, 1714 Wanta h Ave., Wan-
tagh, NY 11793 or call 516-791-5200.
SUMMER JOBSI Up to $7/hr. for painters,
foremen. Call Jason r-800-543-3792.
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