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Friday, March 17, 1989

The Michigan Daily

Page 7

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY is currently ac-
* ceptin& applications for Assistant Account
Executives in the Classified Department.
Stop by our office at 420 Maynard to pick up
an application and sign up for an interview,
or call 764-0557 for more information.
Deadline for all applications is Friday, March
24, at 5pm.
SUMMER WORK- DOWNTOWN DE-
TROIT
Work Ma - September cleaning exterior of
building. 7.50 to start, $8.00 after 30 days.
1Bonus upon completion. We are looking for 4
- 6 gung-ho summer workers. Plenty of sun-
shine and overtime working outdoors. Future
employment possible. Call collect 1-6 p.m.
Monday - day (312)421-4935. COR-
-RECTED NUMBER. Ask for Bob.
$5.50/hr. outside clean-u (raking, etc). Part-
time opportunity. Call 677-1754.
2 SMALL BOYS NEED HIGH-ENERGY
experienced baby sitter for eve., weekend, anA
some daytime hours during spring & sum-
mer. Longterm commitment & own trans-
portation welcome. Nonsmoker. Call 662-
30 SUMMER JOBS available-resort near
Lake Michigan. June 5 thru Labor Day. Send
self-addressed, stam d envelo to: a C.
South Haven, Mi 49090. (616) 637-4796.
ALASKA SUMMER EMPLOYMENT--
Fisheries. Earn $600+/week in cannery,
$8,000-$12,000+ for two months on fishing
vessel. Over 8,000 openings. No experience
necessary. Male or Female. For 52 -pag em-
ployment booklet send $6.95 to MNL Re-
search, Box 84068, Seattle WA 98124--30
day, unconditional, 100% money back guar-
ANN ARBOR Y DAY CAMP BIRKETT
now interviewing for camp counselors, swim
instructors. Camp dates June 19-Aug. 18.
Apply at Ann Arr Y. 350 S. 5th Ave. 63-
0536. Equal Opportunity Employer.
ATTENTION
Some jobs pay well. Some jobs change the
world. This job does both. Work for the
Michigan Citizens Lobby. Work full/part
time. Hrs. 2 1 m . Earn $275/wk. full
time. Call 9- ,663-6824.
BUSY ENTREPRENEUR needs helper-
graduate female preferred for a variety of
personal and business tasks. 761-5410.
CAMP COUNSELORS - M/F - Outstanding
Slim and Trim Down Camps: Tennis, Dance,
Slimnastics, WSI, Athletics, Nutri-
tion/Dietetics. Age 20+. 7 weeks. CAMP
CAMELOT on COLLEGE CAMPUSES at
Mass., Penn., Calif. Contact: Michelle
Friedman 947 Hewlett Dr., No. Woodmere,
N.Y. 11591, 800-421-4321.
CAMP COUNSELORS
Male/female counselors wanted for New
York State sleepaway camp. Many exciting
features- basketball, roller hockey, ymnas-
tics, dance, pool, & lake.Call 994-6593
CAMPUS PAINTERS INC. now hiring
novice and experienced painters for summer
ousepainting in Chicago noth suburbs. Call
to arrange an interview 312-251-0151 Mail-
ing address is: 2901 Central Street, Evanston,
11.60201.
DENNY'S
Terrific, new 24-hour Denny's will open
soon in Downtown Ann Arbor (where the
Pantree used to be). We are seeking to hire
the best:
* Servers
* Bartenders
* Bussers
* Cooks
* Host/Hostesses
* Assistant Managers
We are offering top wabes and benefits. Ac-
ceptn applications Monday-Saturday, 1-4
p.m. Appy in person at 330 East Liberty.
THE DEPT. OF RECREATIONAL SPORTS
is hiring RENTAL MANAGERS for its Out-
door Program for S pring/Summer semester.
Pay is $4.60/hr. Call the NCRB at 763-4650
for more information, or stop by to pick up an
application.

HELP WANTED
WORK-STUDY OFFICE ASSISTANT:
Humanities Institute, 10 hrs./week, $5 per
hour. Call Dottie Lee 936-3518.
YOUNG MAN for house related and gar-
dening work at home. 663-9338. Messages
663-4294.
FINANCIAL COORDINATOR for INTER-
COOPERATIVE COUNCIL (student hous-
ing coops). Responsibilities include book-
keeping, debt collection, payroll, training-su-
pervision of house treasurers. Organizing and
computer skills required. Understanding of
and interest in coops is important. Salary ne-
otiable. Three year commitment. Call 662-
4414.
Hair Models needed. Contact Laky's Salon at
668-8812.
JAPANESE TRAVEL AGENCY in South-
field seeks full-time person. Must speak
JapaneseandEnglish. Call Tom or Toshi at:
JOURNALISM INTERN
The Detroit Jewish News needs a news de-
partment summer intern. College student with
ournalism experience and knowledge of the
Jewish community is prefered. Duties include
editing, writng news stones, maintaining
clipping and photograph files. Pay is mini-
mum wage plus lots of experience. To apply,
call Allan llitsky, 354-6060.
LEADING DESIGN/BUILD FIRM-Seeks
quality skilledand unskilled laborers in these
* expanding divisions:
* Landscaping
* Construction
* Irrigation
Opportunity forsadvancement for motivated
individuals. Lots of hours. Apply: TER-
R AFIRMA INC.
R3780 EASTF MORGAN RD.
YPSILANTI, MR 48197
313-434-3811
MAKE $30 -GUM CHEWERS NEEDED
Research stud at the University of Michi-
an, School o Dentistry on sugarless gums.
Upon being acepted, participants will have 2
a ointments of one hour each (Mondays or
Wednesdays) four weeks apart, with payment
of $30 at the last appointment. Participants
should enjoy chewing either sugar or sugar-
less gum, have either some fillings or dental
decay, non tobacco user, not under long term
medication, be available through sbpring term,
and will need to refrain from toothbushing
for 48 hours before each appointment after
which their teeth will be rofessionally
cleaned. Please call 936-3276 between lOam
and 2pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
or Thursday for an appointment.
MANAGER TRAINEE--You corporation
expanding in Ann Arbor area. Need to open 2
branch offices. No experience necessary.
Will train in all aspects of business. Earning
potential 35K+. Security fee required if ac-
cepted. 973-2696.
MANAGERS (2): Hard-working, creative
persons who want to manage and promote
summer & resort ice cream stores on Fire Is-
land and Ham ptons, N.Y. Housing will be
provided for the right candidate. Call 663-
MUSICIANS NEEDED for pit orchestra for
"Chicago." Banjo, reeds (sax, clarinet). $100
for 3 rehearsals & 4 performances. March 23-
26. Call747-8728.
NOW HIRING FOR SPRING/SUMMER
AND FALL TERMS. Account executives
needed to sell advertising for The Michigan
Daily! Job descrptions & applications avail-
able in the Senior Staff Office, 420 Maynard.
Application deadline is March 17.
Part-time Assistant for local market research
co. Clerical duties, mcl. prep.report &pre-
sentation materials, proofreadmg, genera 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.
PEOPLE NEEDED! We're looking for peo-
le who want to be a part of the MICHI-
RAS Fun-staff for Saturday, March 18. In-
terested? Call 763-1107 for more info. UAC.

BY D. MARA LOWENSTEIN
T OSS... catch... toss... catch...
toss... catch... so goes the life of the
average pin juggler. But when the
articles that are tossed are glow-in-
the-dark balls, fish, salt shakers,
pizza, dry ice, champagne, eggs, ma-
chetes, green jello, meat cleavers, and
McDonald's hamburgers, the stakes
are infinitely higher, with potentially
messier consequences.
The Flying Karamazov Brothers'
show is called "Juggle & Hyde." In
it, the "brothers" perform feats of
unequaled dexterity with humor, a
dash of philosophical/political sar-
casm, and a liberal dose of California
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 abe to excel
in entrepreneual atmosphere. Ability to
manage people. 1 yr. work ex . + high stan-
dardized test scores a plus. a a hcometi-
tive. Send resume: TPR 28104 Orchard Lake
Rd. Suite 11l, Farmington Hills, MI 48018.
PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD!!!!!
If you find an error in your classified
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!
SEARS
Photorapy and Sales
Full or art- ime Position
Career opportunit with CPI Co.,oprating
studios in over 800 retail stores. otivated
sales oriented persons will participate in
photography and sales training program.
Prior sales experience helpful. Flexible hours
may include evenings and weekends. Fre-
quent saleary reviews and other benefits. Ap-
ply in person at Sears Portrait Studio:
BRIARWOOD MALL
TUE. thru SAT. 10 am until 8 pm.
SELF-MOTIVATED INDIVIDUALS to
work full-time in a fast-paced retail copy
shop. No experience necessary. Great op-
porunity to join a rapidly growing company.
Includes benefits. Apply in person at
Kinko's, 540 E. Liberty.
SPRING/SUMMER-ookin for warm, expe-
rienced babysitter for our 3Tyr. old daughter.
6-10 hrs./wk. Prefer non-smoker w/ own
transportation & references. Please call 769-
2875
SUMMER JOBS AVAILABLE in Western
Wayne and Downriver areas. Don't wait until
June--Appl now. For DOWNRIVER area
Call33)284-2260 ask for Sharon. For
WESTE RN WAYNE area call (313)425-
6226 ask for Michell. Good pay rates. No
fee. ffTD TEMPORARY SERVICE.
SUMMER JOBS: Foremen and painters
$5.00-7.00. Call John 761-4717.
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 negotiable. Call
665-9369 after 7 pm.
THE DEPT. OF RECREATIONAL SPORTS
is hiring TRIP LEADERS for its Outdoor
Pro gram for Sp./Su. semester. Experience
leading outdoor trips (backpacking, climbing,
canoeraft basic camping) preferred. Must be
available ?or April 7-9 training weekend. Call
the NCRB at 763-4560 or stop by during
business hours for more information.
A
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-schoo. Call Lna 68-1325/Cassie
995-9347.
AVAIABLE IMMEDIATELY. Large room
in 5 bdrn. house. Beautifully remodeled, nice
guys. 769-6478.
FEMALE NS ROOMMATE needed startin
May 15. Apartment is a must see! Call
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
pref. Call us 761-1733 Michele or Terv

consciousness.
The troupe consists of Sam
Williams (a.k.a. Smerdyakov Kara-
mazov), Howard Jay Patterson (a.k.a.
Ivan Karamazov), Paul David Magid
(a.k.a. Dmitri Karamazov), Timothy
Daniel Furst (a.k.a. Fyodor Karama-
zov), and Randy Nelson. These five
entertainers are more akin, at least in
appearance (with their long hair
beards and fantastical costumes) to
Shakespearean bards or San Francis-
can beatniks, than to the juggling
vaudevillian clowns that inhabit their
souls.
Disappearing magically in and out
of cardboard boxes while juggling to
music, the "brothers" spice routines
with their seemingly endless stream
ROOMMATES
NEED: FEMALE to share 7 bedroom apart-
ment. Own room. Laundry. Sept.-Sept. lease
close parking. Under $250 month! Call Anne
764-91.
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 spot in large
house 2 min. from Union. Sept.-Sept., $230-
250/mo. Park./laundry. 930-0638.
SEEKING ONE FEMALE non-smoking
roommate for 5-bedroom Hill St. apt. Sept. -
Sept. lease. 930-6851.
SEEKING: I roommate to share 5 bdrm.
house on E. University. All yr. or starting in
Jan. Call Laura, 764-95.
ATH LE TICS
GAY GAMES II and CULTURAL FESTI-
VAL. August 4-11 1990, Vancouver
Canada. Arts Fair and 8 rts. Opento all.
Write: MVAAA Box 84954 San Diego, CA
92138.

of stream-of-consciousness humor.
"I'd give my right arm to be am-
bidextrous." "Something that's im-
possible... hmm... Supply-side for-
eign policy! Selling real estate in
Whittier!"
Enjoying the art of self-deprecat-
ing humor, the Karamazov "brothers"
seem to feed on audience challenges,
willing to juggle any object for the
reward of a standing ovation for suc-
cess or a pie in the face for failure.
In search of the "impossible
trick," every successful juggle is
considered a failure. Performing to
music such exciting routines as "Jazz
Two," a routine in which the tossing
and catching by the "brothers" is
complicated by elaborate weaving,
LEGAL RESEARCH ASSISTANT
Prepare briefs & develop oral arguments for
actual court cases. Exc. expfor pre-law.
Flex. et. hrs 6656063.

the "brothers" truly fly.
THE FLYING KARAMAZOV
BROTHERS, a.k.a. "crazy organiza-
tion of anarchists," are coming to
The Michigan Theater tomorrow at 8
p.m. Tickets are $16.50.
PASS
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