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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, March 16, 1989 - Page 7

HELP WANTED
YMCA STORER CAMPS want to meet you!
Representatives will he at the summer job
fair to recruit 1989 staff. Learn more about
the exciting o portunities Storer has to offer.
See you there!
PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD!!!!!
If you find an error in your classified
W ad, please call the Classified
Correction Hotline-764-0557.
The Michigan Daily is only responsible for
errors in classified ads if notified by 5:00 pm
on the first date of publication.
THANK YOU !
SELF-MOTIVATED INDIVIDUALS to
work full-time in a fast-paced retail copy
shop. No experience necessary. Great op-
rtunity to join a rapidly growing company.
Includes benefits. Apply in person at
Kinko's, 540 E. Liberty.
SPRING/SUMMER-looking for warm, expe-
rienced babysitter for our yr. old daughter.
6-10 hrs./wk. Prefer non-smoker w/ own
transportation & references. Please call 769-
SUMMER JOBS AVAILABLE in Western
Wayne and Downriver areas. Don't wait until
June--Apply now. For DOWNRIVER area
Call 313)284-2260 ask for Sharon. For
WESTERN WAYIE area call (313)425-
6226 ask for Michell Good a rates. No
fee. ffTD TEMPORARY SERVCE.
SUMMER JOBS! Up to $7/hr. for painters,
foremen. Call Jason I-800-543-3792.
SUMMER JOBS: Foremen and painters
$5.00-7.00. Call John 761-4717. p
SUMMER JOB- PART TIME. Car neces-
sary. Responsiblities include driving two
boys 8. and 6 to swim class and tennis 3
mornings per week, July and August, maybe
sitting some evenings, salary negotCa.
665-9369 after 7 pm.
THE DEPT. OF RECREATIONAL SPORTS
is hiring RENTAL MANAGERS for its Out-
door Program for Spring/Summer semester.
Pay is $4.60/hr. Call the NCRB at 763-4650
for more information, or stop by to pick up an
'application.
THE DEPT. OF RECREATIONAL SPORTS
is hiring TRIP. LEADERS for its Outdoor
Proram for Sp./Su. semester. Experience
ean outdoor trips (backpacking, climbing,
caailal basic caming) preferred. Must be
available orApril 7- training weekend. Call
the NCRB at 763-4560 or stop by during
business hours for more information.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY is currently ac-
cepting applications for Assistant Account
Executives in the Classified Department.
Stop by our office at 420 Ma nd to pick up
#n application and sign up fo an interview,
or call 764-0557 for more information.
Deadline for all applications is Friday, March
24, at 5prn. .
THE PRINCETON REVIEW
Nation's #1 test prep service seeks directors
for Detroit/Ann Arbor, San Diego K.C. of-
fices. Must be bright, self-starter able to excel
in entrepreneuria atmosphere. Ability to
manage people. 1 yr. work exp. + high stan-
dardized test scores a plus. Salary competi-
tive. Send resume: TPR 28104 Orchard Lake
Rd. Suite 111, Farmington Hills, MI 48018.
Part-time Assistant for local market research
co. Clerical duties, incl. rep. report & pre-
sentation materials, proofreading, generar of-
fice support. Computer experience, esp. IBM
PC/Compatible helpful. Send info to Mark
Kassof and Co. 527 E. Liberty Ste. 201, AA
48104. NO CALLS PLEASE.
V ON To,. ,

Goin'

west

THE UNIVERSITY OF.MICHIGAN Survey
Research Center is hiring temporary art-
time interviewers. We will train in telepone
interviewing techniques and in use o com-
puter terminals. No experience necessary.
Work is available through May I. Applicants
must be available to work at least three shifts
per week including evenings and weekends.
ay starts at $5.50/hr. Applicants must be
available for three nights of training, March
15-17 or 20-22. Applications may be picked
up in room 1066, Institute for Social Re-
search, 426 Thompson St., March 15-17,
9am-4pm. A nondiscriminatory, affirmative
action employer.
TYPING & general office work, approx. 15
hrs./wk. $5-6/hr. Full-time during summer.
Mrs. Jubin 763-2102.
WORK-STUDY OFFICE ASSISTANT:
Humanities Institute, 10 hrs./week, $5 per
hour. Call Dottie Lee 936-3518.
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$99 ANYWHERE IN THE USA ON
NORTHWEST AIRLINES! Brig your
American Express voucher. Call REGENCY
TRAVEL, 665-6122, ask for Ann or Dawn.
EUROPE '89 - Landon 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.
ONE WAY Detroit to Philly. Leaves May 2.
Call 995-5874 and ask for Angela B. Price
neg.
ORIENT SUPERFARES SAVE 30%+
Beiing fr. $1149, Seoul fr. $729, Shanghai
fr. $1099, Taipei fr. $751, Tokyo fr. $782.
REGENCY TRAVEL, 209 S. State. Call
665-6122, ask for Joanne or Dan.
SPRING BREAK! Log cabin retreat. Fully
equipped, sleeps 2-4. Outdoor hot tub,
skiing, snowshoe options: $38-58 per night/
mid-week rates cheaper! 10 min. from Tra-
verse City. 616-276-9502.
Student Travel Breaks at Stamos'
Kerry Town * 407 North Fifth
663-4400 483-5040
Traverse City area. LOG CABINS w/ fire-
place Fully equipped. Sleeps 2-4. Includes
ot tub boats, canoes, linens. $335-360 a
week.616-276-9502.
LEGAL RESEARCH ASSISTANT
Prepare briefs & develop oral arguments for
actual court cases. Exc. exp for pre-law.
Flex.Tet. hrs. 665-6063.
* GRATEFUL DEAD TICKETS *
Call Steve, 764-1749.
DEAD, R.E.M. AND BON JOVI
Great seats! Call 764-4735 after 5.
FOR SALE: 12 DEAD tickets for April 6
show. Very cheap. Call 668-9336 immedi-
ately.
A THLETICS
GAY GAMES III and CULTURAL FESTI-
VAL. August 4-11 1990, Vancouver.
Canada. Arts Fair and 8 sports. Open to all.
Write: MVAAA Box 84954, San Diego, CA
92138.
2 FEMALE nonsmoking roommates needed
for a 3 bdrm. apt. Free parking, close to gro-
cery, $266/person, graduate students pref'd.
Sept.-Sept., Lisa 769-2913.
2 ROOMMATES NEEDED FOR FALL
TERM - Huge room cheap rent. 1 block
from B-school. Call Lana 668 -1325/Cassie
995-9347.

Continued froni Page 1
move on," said Frieder, who
enthusiastically supported Schem-
bechler for the AD position.
Schembechler responded, saying,
"I don't think anybody would feel
they had to leave because I am the
athletic director. If there's a problem
between Bill Frieder and Bo Schem-
bechler, you'll have to ask Bill
Frieder about it.
"I don't have a problem with
him, except I have, to replace him. I
never bothered him much, I stayed
out of his way."
Schembechler .added that he and
Frieder had not spoken in several
weeks, except for Schembechler
wishing the team luck before their
last home game.
One of the reasons for Frieder's
departure may have been his fall
from popularity among Michigan's
basketball fans .
"Except for winning the national
championship, we've done every-
thing we can at Michigan.."I was

feeling unappreciated. The boos and
the stickers can be a very trying
experience.
"I HATE to leave where I grew
up, but there comes a time when
you have to move on," Frieder said.
Frieder replaces Steve Patterson,
who was forced to resign after four 4
consecutive losing seasons. Frieder
signed a four-year deal, worth a re-
ported $300,000 per year not includ-
ing revenue from television and radio
shows, basketball camps, and the
like.
Frieder's wife, Jan, said yesterday
she had made an unannounced visit
to ASU ten days ago, at which time
she looked around at available
houses.
"You kind of know when these
things are going to happen. You
have a gut feeling," she said.
At Michigan, Frieder became
Michigan's second-winningest coach
with 191 victories to go with 87
losses. He led the Wolverines to
back-to-back Big Ten championshipsP
in 1985 and '86, and won twenty As Bill Frieder, on right, departs to become basketball coach at
games this year for the sixth Arizona State, the Michigan coaching job is handed over to assistant
consecutive season. Steve Fisher. After spending seven years under Frieder, Fisher will
guide the Wolverines into the NCAA tournament.
*
SAINT PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATION
,Ia at -r

AVAIABLE IMMEDIATELY. Large room
in 5 bdrm. house. Beautifully remodeled, nice
guys. 769-6478.
FEMALE NS ROOMMATE needed startin
May 15. Apartment is a must see! Cal
Sharon, 995:745. DW, parking, 2 baths!
NEED 2 FEMALES to share double in 2
bedroom apt. near CCRB. Sept-Sept.
$230/month and elec. Call 764-2804.
NEED 2 for dbl. in house at 516 Catherine.
$260/mo. Call Brad 747-9965.
NEED A PLACE next year? Own rm. in 7
bdrm. co-ed hse. May -may. $247/mo. Female
m e n . C l sOw n7 3 i h l e o rE D F M L oo m . a r Se p t. e p t.o m le a s et
close arking. Under $250 month! Call Anne
764-'971.
ONE ROOM in 6 bdrm. house. Parking,
laundry, May-May lease. Ph. 769-1797.
ROOMMATE available now one bdrm.
Rent: $250. ISSA PROPERTIES 662-4446.
SEEKING 1 male to fill last spt in large
house 2 min. from Union. Sept.-Sept., $230-
2501mo. Park./laundry. 930-0638.
SEEKING ONE FEMALE non-smoking
roommate for 5-bedroom Hill St. apt. Sept. -
Sept. lease. 930-6851.
SEEKING: 1 roommate to share 5 'bdrm.
house on E. University. All yr. or starting in
Jan. Call Laura, 764-9644.
WEEKEND
MAGAZINE
Fridays in.The Daily
763-0379

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On To One Blade Of Grass And Not Fall
Off The Face Of The earth'
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- COME JOIN THE FESTIVITIES
AND HAVE A BLAST!

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THE HOUSING DIVISION AND BURSLEY FAMILY
present
SPELMAN COLLEGE JAZZ ENSEMBLE
of Atlanta, Georgia
Saturday, March 18, 1989
7:00 p.m.
Bursley Cafe West
Free Admission
*AIsO guest appearance at
"Bronze Elegance"
Friday, March 17, 1989
8:00 p.m.

GLORIA JOHNSON POWELL, M.D.
KING/CHAVEZ/PARKS VISITING PROFESSOR
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN MEDICAL SCHOOL
"THE ROLE OF THE AFRICAN AMERICAN HEALTH
PROFESSIONAL IN THE 21ST CENTURY"
SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1989
3:00 P.M.
ANDERSON ROOM, MICHIGAN UNION

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

RECEPTION TO FOLLOW

STUDENTS IN HEALTH AND PRE-HEALTH PROGRAMS ARE
ESPECIALLY INVITED
Dr. Powell, Professor of Child Psychiatry at the Neuropsychiatric Institute, UCLA Center for Health
Sciences, is a nationally recognized scholar in.the areas of self-concept and academic achievement of
minority children reared in different environments, health status of minority communities, and the
need for minority health professionals.
Co-sponsored by the Office of the Vice Provost for Minority Affairs, the Office of Student
and Minority Affairs (Medical School), the Black Pre-Medical Association, The Black
Medical Association, and Women in Science Program, CE W.

Michigan Union Ballroom
Admission: $6,00
A Unit of Student Services

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QUESTIONS?,

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AFFAIRS

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THE 'BURBS
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KINJITE R.
1:10, 9:55
DREAM A LITTLE DREAM Kli
12:10, 7:30,9:55
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7:35
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12:30, 7:40, 10:00

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