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Tuesday, March 28, 1989

The Michigan Daily

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Professional cynics the Wonder Stuff belie their bulging eyes and stringy haircuts by recalling mid '60s
Beatles, rather than Aerosmith, on their debut LP, The Eight Legged Groove Machine.

'The Wonder Stuff
The Eight Legged Groove Ma-
chine
Polydor Records
If you raided The Wonder Stuff's
record collections you'd doubtless
come across The Undertones' first
two albums, the Buzzocks, mid-pe-
riod Beatles and loads of those
grungy punk rock bands from the
'60s. This English pop group look
like they should sound like Black
Sabbath, but on their debut album
ROCKWELL PRODUCTIONS is currently
accepting portfolios from U of M women for
the once i a lifetime chance to begin a mod-
eling career. Droopof potoios at 520 L. Ann
or call 761-7279 between 5-7 pm.
A UN
The Michigan Daily is
no longer accepting
PERSONAL
CHECKS.
Only cash, cashier's
checks, and money
orders will be accepted
through April 19.
Thank you!
COMPUFAIR '89
A COMPUTER TRADE SHOW
March 30 & 31
In the Union
It's fun! It's free!
CHECK IT OUT...
1 FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED -
89/90 Own room in house w/ldry. & fire-
place. Church St. location. Call anytime @
747-6439.
1 ROOM AVAILABLE FOR FEMALE for
whole yr. or just Winter term in a 6 bdrm.
house with 6wonderful roommates, ideal,
well-lit loc., 3 blocks to cam pus, dishwasher,
free prkg., Indry. Rent $310/mo. util. incl.
Call Anjee or Marla 995-9792 or §usan 930-
2934.
6 BDRM. HSE E. Wash. 2 sgl. rms. avail.
Fun people Call 764-7753/764-7745.
FEMALE, NONSMOKER HOUSEMATE
wanted: Sept. single room in 6 person house
located on S. Forest and Hill. $85/mo. Free
parking. Call 994-8953.
GOING to CHICAGO this SUMMER?
Want to live downtown?
Need a female roommate.
Starting in May.
Call 747-7198--leave message.
NEED A PLACE 2nd TERM NEXT YEAR?
Seeking 1 F. roomie. Gorgeous house 662-
9245.
NEEDED 1 SINGLE RM FOR FALL
TERM ONLY.
Call Joan at 747-9133.
NS FEMALE roommate needed beg. May
15. Share room. DW WD parking Share with
3 female law students. Sharon 995-5745.
SEEKING: non-smoking male students for
newly~ remodeled, furnished house. Parking,
laundry available. Sept.-Sept. Lease
$190/month + elec. Call JP 764-0&31.
SEEKING: Non-smoking graduate or profes-
sional student to share 3-bedroom house.
Parking, laundry available. Ma -May lease.
$295/mo. + utilities. Call 747-7951.
WINTER '90 nonsmokin /quiet female own
room in 2 bedroom, U towers Apt. Annie
764-3640.

it's obvious that they're really a
modern version of the classic beat
group - lead guitar, rhythm guitar,
bass and drums. If the Jesus And
Mary Chain sound like the Beach
Boys on mescaline, then The Won-
der Stuff are The Beatles on speed,
with more of Lennon's sharpness
and less of McCartney's mush.
Committed to three-minute pop
songs, the group have come up with
a collection of tight, well-crafted and
witty numbers. This is one of those
H EALPWA NTE D
$5.50/hr. outside clean-u(raking, etc). Part-
time opportunity. Call 677-1754.
$6 PER HOUR. Lawnecare & inside house
work. Part-time permanent ob. Single family
residence near U-M centra campus. Fresh-
men or sophs preferred. Must be available
thru summer and after. Write to: 1225 Fair
Oaks, Ann Arbor, 48104.
ARE YOU ENERGETIC AND FRIENDLY?
Love Toddlers and Infants...Day Care is in
need of Part time help with excellent wages.
Flexible hours...Monday-Friday.. .Any Age.
Call Kathy 971-4434.
ATTENTION
Some jobs pay well. Some jobs change the
world. This job does both. Work for the
Michigan Citizens Lobby. Work full/part
time. I rs. 2pm- 10pm. Eam $275/wk. full
time. Call 9-5, 6636824.
CAMP COUNSELORS - M/F - Outstanding
Slim and Trim Down Camps: Tennis, Dance,
Simnastics, 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.
COLLEGE WORK study program students.
Great pay! Flexible hours Provide clerical
assistance in medical environment. Only
CWSP students need apply. Call Lisa, 936-
5032.
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 wages and benefits. Ac-
cepting applications MVon da-Saturday, 1-4
p.m. Apply in person at 330 East Liberty.
ENGLISH TEACHERS needed in Korea -
Teaching conversational English to adults. I
year contract. BA Degree required. More in-
formation 485-1848 John Shim.
FARM INTERNSHIPS: Interested in alter-
native agriculture? Earn good money while
learming a lot as seasonal apprentice on or-
ganic vegetable farm. Salary, profit sharing,
rivate room and great food. (814) 448-3904.
New Morning Farm, Houstontown, PA
17229.
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-
gotiable. Three year commitment. Call 662-
4414.
FULL-TIME JOB opening. Must be willing
to wort - ambitious for cleaning motor home
interiors. Call Mr. Franklin, 475-1347.
GRAD STUDENT ELECTRICAL ENGI-
NEER - 15-30 hr. per wk. flexible schedule,
circuit design prototype build. $12 per hr.
Call Mr. Ivey 344-0050. Need own trans-
portation - Novi-9 Mi.-1275.
INTERESTED IN WORKING WITH
CHILDREN? Be a daycamp counselor. Col-
lege students, teachers. Program is child-
centered, non-competitive. Transportation
prvidd Chi cago area. Call collect 312-537-
9700. Circle MDay Camp, Wheeling, ii-
nois.
LOOKING FOR a fraternity sorority, or stu-
dent organization that would like to make
$500 for a 1-week, on campus marketing
project. Call Janet: 763-8913.
INTERESTED IN ADVERTISING?
Get experienced at TheMichigan Daily!
Sell advertising for the Classified Department
next year beginning is September. An Ac-
count Executive:
* Sells line and display classified
ads
* Services walk-in and contract

old fashioned albums that has all the
singles on it and, thankfully, no
lyric sheet. The best tunes are the
three singles, all of which are pretty
nasty. It's pleasing to see that the art
of malevolent songwriting is not
dead. The finest example here is the
indie hit "Unbearable" which has the
cute lines: "I didn't like you when I
very first met you/ And now I like
you even less." "It's yer money I'm
after, Baby" and "Give, Give, Give
me more, more, more" are hard-bit-
OUTDOOR SUMMER JOBS
AAA Student Painters is now hiring painters
and foreman for this summer in the Ann Ar-
bor area. Earn between $4.75-$7.00/hr. Call
665-7309 for info.
PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD!!!!!

ten and cynical singalong classics
that in 20 years people at record fairs
will be paying out big loot for. The
group shows that it can harmonize
like John, Paul, George and Ringo,
on "Rue The Day" which sounds
uncannily like something from A
Hard Day's Night.
The guys sing without American
accents, which is nice to see in a
beat group. Their kind of rock 'n'
roll traditionalism is OK by me be-
cause it's economical and lacks pre-
tentious pomposity. The Wonder
Stuff's musical philosophy is suc-
cinctly put by their lead vocalist: "If
you can't sing along with it, it's a
load of bollocks."
--Nabeel Zuberi
Jane Fonda
Jane Fonda's Complete Work-
out
Warner Brothers
My body disgusts me. I'm flaccid
in all the wrong places. I know I
don't look nice; that's why no one
ever falls in love with me. My best
friend told me that her marriage was
going downhill before. Her husband
only made love to her once a month,
and that's if she was lucky! Now
she's deliriously happy; their sex
life's great! And all because of Jane.
Jane is a beautiful and truly
American woman. She's lost most
of those weird ideas she had back in
the '60s. Anyways, we were all a
little silly back then. Her American
dream has come true and now she
can make ours become reality, too. I
went out and bought her new record
the other day and it's definitely her
best. It has a neat poster booklet
with it, too. She's hired this great
band which makes all this really
groovy music with a good beat so
that we can do the tough exercises
and have fun dancing too.
Jane's got this wonderful com-
manding voice which makes me feel
so good and energizes me so I can
get through the exercises. My fa-
vorite one is "Lower Body
Stretches." After these I feel so tired
that they must have done me some
good. The most demanding song on
the album is "Buttocks, Extensions,
Abductors/Adductors" which is more
than seven minutes long. So far I
can only get through three minutes
of it, but, you know what they say:
practice makes perfect.
With Jane's first record I lost 27
pounds, and I know that this one
will mean better sculpting and firm-
ing. I don't want to be lonely any
more. I'm already starting to feel
better about myself. Next week I'm
getting the video.
-Nabeel Zuberi

Don Johnson, pending surgery to remove the gun that has been
stuck to his hand for the past few years, takes a shot at various and
sundry baddies in Dead Bang.
Johnson bad-asses
badly in Dead Bang
BY TONY SILBER
When Don Johnson was born, the doctor looked up into his mother's
eyes and said, "Mrs. Johnson, you have given birth to a bad-ass cop." Af-
ter years of bad-assing down on Miami Beach, Johnson has come to-L.A.
to wage his own kind of cop-war on a group of less than polite nazis in
Dead Bang.
For those real Don fans out there, the six of you won't be disappointed.
But for the rest of us filmgoers, this is just a typical D.J. exhibition of
machismo. The picture has the usual assortment of gun fights and slick
stunts - all the usual things we have come to expect from Sonny Crock-
ett, but you'd think with the scope only a motion picture can provide,
there would be more here to rave about. No such luck.
Dead Bang is long episode of Miami Vice minus the glamour of co-
caine parties and Ferrari car chases. D.J. plays Jerry Beck, an L.A. police
detective investigating the murder of one of his fellow officers. His trail to
the killer leads him to skirmishes with some Hell's Angels, nazi skin-
heads, and other assorted white supremacist fascists. What more could you
ask for from Don? Not much. Just some bland bad-assing.
Director John Frankenheimer, who gave us the now cult classic The
Manchurian Canidate, is back in circulation, but he gives us nothing to be
puzzled or beguiled over as he did so well in that film. The only surprise
he includes here is the identity of the killer, a surprise which is never jus-
tified to the audience. So what? As long as Don pumps a few slugs into
the guy's aorta, who cares about trite things like story development?
The supporting cast in Dead Bang may as well have been dead them-
selves. They did nothing except get Don out of his tough-guy mold in
several uncomfortable dramatic and romantic scenes, the equivalent of
casting Sylvester Stallone as a florist. Don is a bad-ass, plain and simple,
and when the story detours him from this trademarked personality, every-
thing else suffers.
Dead Bang is what the action-adventure genre has unfortunately
evolved into. Antagonists are portrayed as bigoted, merciless swine to a
large extent, not as ordinary people. As a result, the hero is not much of a
hero when he wastes the antagonists. Die Hard was a pleasant exception
to this. Bruce Willis still played the bad-ass, but the bad guys were pre-
sented as real people: intelligent, calculating, and unmistakably evil. But
Dead Bang, and most other films like it, fail to make the bad guys entic-
ing or exciting.
So when the clouds start filling the sky on a lazy Saturday, the NCAA
Tournament is over, and you feel like going to the movies, pass up Dead
Bang and see a real gem like The Rescuers. The good guys will still win
and you won't have to worry about any bad-asses ruining your day.
DEAD BANG is now showing at Showcase Theaters in Ann Arbor.
JOSTENS
G;OLD RING SALE
IS COMING! _

If you find an error in your classified
ad, please call the Classified
Correction IHotline-764-0557.
The Michigan Daily is only responsible
errors in classified ads if notified by 5:00
on the first date of publication.
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work full-time in a fast-paced retail copy
shop. No experience necessary. Great op-
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Includes benefits. Apply in -person at
Kinko's, 540 E. Liberty.
SUMMER JOBS AVAILABLE in Westem
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EARN $2500-$3500! National campaign po-
sitions to pass clean air act, stop toxic pollu-
tion, tighten pesticide controls and promote
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Call Kate at 1-800-622-2202.
ATTENTION
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