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SUM SUBLET 1 rm in house on Walnut St.
3 blocks form CCRB & Arb. Free ldry, pkg,
new kitchen, dishw, fmshd. 747-9612
SUMMER SUBLET MAY-AUG. two bed-
rooms in a 4 bdrn. house. Couldn't be closer
to campus. Cheap! Call Gary 668-7071.
SUMMER SUBLET: large 2-bedroom apt.
one block from B-School balcony, A/C, fur-
nished, parking, laundry. h. 769-6967.
SUMMER SUBLET 3 bedroom I block N.
of Rackham. Sun deck huge kitchen fur-
nished, all amenities. $6,0. Call 995-31 0.
SUMMER SUBLET 5 bdrm. house
Dewey/Packard. Neg. Modem Management
668-6906.
SUMMER SUBLET w/ fall option available
May 1. $275/mo. inclu. util., fumished
Indry., avail. great location on Liberty and
Thompson. Call 668-8253.
SUNNY SUBLET! 30 sec. from W. & S.
Quads. Cute 2 bdrm., a/c rkng., new fum.
carpet. Perf. for 3 or 4. May thru Aug. 526
Packard apt. 303.994-4509.
SUPER SUMMER SUBLET! Studio Apt.
Full kitchen, personal parking spot lots of
windows, and character. On campus location.
Util. incl. Call 663-6726.
TOWER PLAZA SPRING-SUMMER
Affordable 1 Bedroom Call 769-2482.
VERY CLOSE APT. 2 spaces available in 2
beroom, 3 rson apt. Well lit, cozy and
Sious. $16 each. Call 761-6305.
BEST OF LUCK SENIORS!
WE LOVE YOU! ALPH A XI.
DELTA DELTA DELTA SENIORS
Thank you for sharing your
college years with us.
We are proud to call you
our sisters.
Good Luck!
FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES We
do all party favors including custom t-shirs
at the lowest prices. Call The Button Men.
Rick or Lou at 665-1161.
JENNY ALLARD-Congrats on being
named Big Ten Player of the Week!
Good luck this weekend!!
Love--Your sisters in GAMMA PHI BETA
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* ADOPTION*
Our happy family can provide a loving, se-
cure home for the baby you may not be ready
for. For more about us, please call our attor-
ney collect (408) 288-7100, A 149.
GRADUATES: Bachelors Cap & Gown Set
for only $19 at The Michigan Union Book-
store. Lmited quantities available.
HEALTHY MALE volunteers, 18-40 needed
by College of Pharmacy for drug study.
Compensation $200. 764-5341,764-9384.
STRESSED BY EXAMS? Swedish massage
relieves tension, revitalizes body and mind
Fnaturally. Clients say my massage is "better
than drugs". Certified. Debra K. ozek 663-
7547.
THINK SPRING! Get yourself some new
make-up at The Village Apothecary, .1112 S.
University.
WRITERS! ARTISTS! New creative writing
magazine needs stories ms, essays, edito-
rials and illustrations. For information write
1030 S. Stewart, #2138, Mesa, AZ, 85202.
GIANT FLEA MARKET
Collectible, household, new, used, jewelry, gifts,
unusual, junque. 44.000 sq. ft. every weekend 6-10
Fri. eve., 10 am-6 pm Sat. & Sun.
214 E. Michigan at Park,
Downtown Ypsilanti
487-5890, 971-7676
***** A-l TYPING On campus. Profes-
sional. Rush service available. 668-8898.
**SHIPPING YOUR BELONGINGS
To NEW.YORK or NEW JERSEY??
METMOVERS OF MICHIGAN, INC.
*Fully-Insured Inexpensive, Reliable*
CALL Steve 930-2949 or Matt 747-8019
Movers Not Shakers
**TYPING & WORDPROCESSING**
Fast/IBM-WP/laser/campus/Sandi/426-5217
*FREE PIANO LESSON!*
Casio Rental Available. Mike 994-0371.
BUDGET TYPING SERVICE! Term papers,
theses, resumes. FAST & ACCURATE 581-
2227.
LINDA'S WORD PROCESSING
Electronic Spell-checking
$1.25 pper double spaced page
Pone: 662-'622
QUALITY TYPING & WORDPROCESS-
I ING
Fast, efficient. Call Joy 764-6771.
STORING YOUR BELONGINGS
In MICHIGAN for the summer?
METMOVERS OF MICHIGAN, INC.
$10 for a 24" x 20" x 30" summer s ace
CALL Steve 930-2949 or Matt 747-8019
The Name To Trust When It Counts.

TYPING WORDPROCESSING: Rush ser-
vice, while-U-wait. 510 E. William, on cam-
pus. Call 747-7470.
TYPING: DEPENDABLE fast and accurate.
Reasonable rates. 475-965& Evenings.
WORDPROCESSING: $1.50/pa e. S pl-
checked/Laser printed. Call Steve 764-3003.
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I'M MOVING TO LOS ANGELES!
'. Have l. trailer. Would like to share ex
penses, leaving 4-29. Call 761-7452.

University Storage
Services
*We will store anything, any sizel!
**Pick-up and delivery provided**
***Extensive Insurance policy***
For more info: call 930-0787

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H ELP WANTED
USE YOUR GRAPHIC ARTIST
and/or
PHOTOGRAPHY SKILLS
To design the 1989-90
Student Directory cover
We need a student to design the new Student
Directory cover. If you are interested, please
contact Sue at 764-0554 or stop by Student
Publications Bldg. at 420 Maynard. The
deadline for your Ideas is Friday, April 14.
SUMMER JOBS to Save Environment
EARN $2500-$3500! National campaign -po
sitions to pass clean air act, stop toxic pollu-
tion, tighten pesticide controls and promote
comprehensive recycling, available in 18
states and D.C. Interviews on campus. Call
Kate 1-800-622-2202.
$6 PER HOUR. Lawn care & inside house
work. Part-time permanent ob. Single family
residence near U-M centr campus. Fresh-
men or sophs preferred. Must be available
thru summer an after. Call 769-4081.
4 COLLEGE WORK-STUDY STUDENTS
NEEDED in internal medicine Hmatology-
Oncology for Spring-Summer '89. Ofice
work, computer experience desirable. Great
pay, inquire at 936-5290.
A-1 LAWNCARE,INC. An Ann Arbor based
corporation accepting applications for sum-
mer employment working outdoors with our
maintenance crews. Jo entais mowing
edging, mulching, trimming bushes at ap-
roximately $250/week. Experience .pre-
ferred. Also hiring an experience landscaper
with knowledge n plant identification. Must
be able to communicate with customers on a
one to one basis and minor estimating. Pay
starts at $6.50/hour. Call 663-3343 and ask
for Joe. Equal pp. Emp. M/F. Continuing
through fall desired but not necessary.
ATTENTION
Some jobs pay well. Some jobs change the
world. This job does both. Work for the
Michi an Citizens Lobby. Work full/part
time. :Crs. 2pm-lOpm.Earn $275/wk. full
time. Call 9-5,663-6824.
BANKROBBERS!
Are you tired of robbing your pigybank?
Are you looking for a career change.We can
train you to eam $2-500.00 per week your
first 30 days.
*paid training
benefits
* salary plus incentives
Expanding 20 year old firm is lookin for
twelve aggressive applicants with good ver-
bal skills. Darryl/James 482-2002
CAMP COUNSELORS - M/F - Outstanding
Slim and Trim Down Camps: Tennis, Dance,
Slimnastics, WSI, Athletics, Nutri-
tion/Dietetics. Age20+. 7 weeks. CAMP
CAMELOT on COLLEGE CAMPUSES at
Mass., Penn., Calif. Contact: Michelle
Friedman 947 Hewlett Dr., No. Woodmere,
N.Y. 115$1, 800-421-321.
CAMP STAFF NEEDED for boys' and girls'
summer camps on Lake Huron. Positions
available for counselors WSIs and archery
specialist. For application: CYd Camps, 305
Michigan Ave., Detroit, MI 48221 or call: 1-
963-7172.
CHALLENGING PART-TIME JOBS for
strong, dependable women aiding disabled
professional woman with meals and personal
care. Occasional travel a possibility. Central
Campus. 662-2734.
CHILD CARE needed after school, 2 after-
noons/week. Must have transportation. Non-
smoker. 663-4340 evenings.
CLERICAL
INDUSTRIAL
Eam extra money for college next fall. We
have interesting, long and short term assign-
ments available during our summer break!
Locate the VICTOR or [YMARTIN/VICTOR
office nearest our summer residence by
calling 1-8 VICTOR
J. MARTIN/VICTOR
TEMPORARY SERVICES
COUNSELORS
For boys' cam in Maine. Openings in most
activities (WS, tennis, basketball, etc.) U-
erclassmen preferred. Write:Cam Car
1758 Beacon St Brookline, MA 0146 or
call 617-277-8086.
DAY CAMP COUNSELORS. Males 21 pre-
ferred. College students teachers. Child cen-
ter co-ed program. Trans rtation prov.
Chicago North Shore area.Call collect 312-
537-0807. Circle M Day Camp.
EARN $5 IN 1 hr. psychology experiment.
Call 763-5875 MWF 1-3 pm., '110-12
noon for more information.

EARN UP TO $5.50/hr. Production workers,
Mon.-Fri. days. Apply in person at 1306 S.
University.
FULL OR PART-TIME PERSON for sum-
mer work. Apply at Marty's Menswear, 310
S. State.
GAIN EXPERIENCE AND EARN MONEY
by working on Fortune 500 Companies' mar-
keting programs on campus. 2-4 FLEXIBLE
hours each week. Applications being taken
for immediate and Fal '89 openings. Call 1-
800-821-1543.
HARD WORKING Students needed $4.75-
5.50. Livonia, Redford Dearbom Dearborn
Hts. Triple A Student Fainters. Call Sherry
994-3263 or 1-800-543-3792.
HOT DOG STOP 515 E. Liberty in Liberty
Square lower level. Counter help and push-
cart person needed. Apply in person 1-5 pm.
LABORATORY ASSISTANT May-August.
approximately 15 hrs. per week. Flexible
sedule. Call MaryhDavis,Radiation Oncol-
ogy, 764-5741.
MATURE STUDENT TO care for 5 & 7
year olds-1 pm to 4 pm Mon. thin Fri.- June
thru sept. 1. Must be creative, energetic and
loving, must have car, good pay, no smoing.
Call Kim 662-9440.
NOW HIRING

Expanding medical research lab has 2 posi-
tions available immediately in the fields of:
Transplantation
Laboratory Immunology
ctogenetis
DNA Probes
Medical Technologists or individuals with
experience in flow cytometry cell culture,
karyotyping and molecular biology tech-
niq ues are preferred. Please send resume and
saaru requirements to : John R. Kately, Ph.
D., NORTH CENTRAL TRANSPLANTA-
TION CENTER/SPARROW HOSPITAL,
1215 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, M1 48909
Equal Opportunity Employer
NEED SUMMER EMPLOYMENT? THE
CHOICE FOR TEMPORARIES has the
jobs! Chicago is an exciting town ust filled
with summer temporary jobs. we have
openings for:Personal Computer Specialists
Lotus Data Entry
Receptionists
Clerks
Pay rates-$6-1 plus an hour plus summer
benefits available. We have long and short
term assignments, so you can stay as busy as
u want. Call for more info. (312) 419-
6526.
OVERSEAS JOBS. $900-2000 mo. Summer,
. round all countries, all fields. Free info.
92te U, PO Box 52 - Corona Del Mar, CA
PART-TIMEPOSITION avail, for S ring,
Summer & Fall 1989. Flex. scheuling,
$4.00/hr. disc. on merchandise. Apply now in
person @ the MICHIGAN UNION BOOK-
STORE, ground floor of Michigan Union.
PART-TIME after school care 8 yr. old boy.
Excellent pay. Requires reliable car, refer-
ences.Ca63-115Z.
PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT-- Study
Break Video Rental. Apps. avail. at Mich.
Union.
PART-TIME FARM EMPLOYMENT. 10-
20 hours per week. Hours flexible. Call per-
sistantly, 995-0859.
PHOTOLAB TECHNICIAN
Eam $5/hr. and leam color & density. Photo
knowledge a must. Skills in chemistry ac-
counting or programming can be used. Ma
1-Sept. I Photo ast, Birmingham, ML 313-
644-3278 (ask for John).
SIMPLE library work, top pay, 2 or 3 hrs. a
week. Box 15433, A2 4816.
STOCKPERSON WANTED - Days: Mon-
day-Saturday. Start about April.17. Time: 4-
7pm. Duties: stock, deliver, anitoral. Must
be 18 & have driver's l'icense. Villae
Apothecary, 1112 S. University Ave. 663-
5533, ask for Mr. Kreye.
STUDENT CHANGEOVER house cleanin
Sun. April 30, Mon. May 1 $6/hr.s2-22
STUDENTS: Are you enrolled as a full-time
undergrad (12 or more hours)? Are you
looking for part-time work (up to 20
hrs/week) during school and full-time during
vacations? Can you meet low income critea,
i.e. are you an independent student? We are
recruiting for the following positions: Me-
chanical engineering, Safety, and Chemical
engineering technicians. Starting salary is
$6.00 or $6.76 depending on ualifications.
Contact: Carol Mick, Human Resources Of-
fice U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
2565 Plymouth Rd. or phone 313-668-4220.
The EPA is an equal opportunity employer.
SUBWAY is now hiring for summer help.
Full and part-time positions available We of-
fer a pleasantg rease-free work environment.
Appy 1701 Plymouth Rd., North Campus
Paza.
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELLORS. Long
established New York State private resident
camp has outstanding rtunities forS
cialty Instructors/Counsellors in TENNIS,
WATERFRONT (POOL and LAKE with
current WSI or LFEGUARD CERTIFICA-
TION) WOODWORKING as well as in
LEADCRSHIP POSITIONS (must be over
21). COMPETITIVE SALARY, ROOM
AND.BOARD, TRAVEL ALLOWANCE.
Interviews on campus, April 23rd. For infor-
mation, apintment and application, CALL
CAMP SEQUOIA at 914-679-5291.
SUMMER JOBS- Wordprocessors secre-
taries, data entry operators, file clers, light
industrial workers. Flexibleshours. Good pay.
Call today! Norrell Temporary Services, 769-
0205.
SUMMER JOBS Ann Arbor "Y's" day-camp
birkett now interviewing for swimming in-
structors, counselors, program director. Runs
June 19 to Aug. 18. Applyat the Ann Arbor
Y, 350 S. Fifth Ave. 663-0536. An equal op-
portunity employer.
WANT TO SPEND THE SUMMER IN
ANN ARBOR? Taking classes Spring term
but need a job for summer? Full-time child
care needed for two girls ages 2 & 7 June 26-
Sept. 2. Week of July 4 oif. Large comfort-
able home on west side, in-ground pool, de-
lig tful kids. Need your own transportation.
Call Pam at 764-6290 (days) or 747-7182
(eves. after 7).
WARMhRELIABLE Student with experi-
ence in child care wanted to babysit for infant
and 2 yr. old. 10 to 15 hrs./wk. Must have
car. Call 9941125.

W LL "WAI A 'AMr
is seeking talented, friendly students living in
W. Bmfd. Birm Farm., and Novi for gen-
eral counseling, WSI and'A & C positions in
a fun summer job. (June 19-Aug. 18). Write:
27580 Harvard, Southfield, M 48076. Call
356-8123.
WOMEN VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for24
hour p hone line. If interested, call Sexual As-
sault Prevention and Awareness Center, 763-
5865.
WORK FOR ACADEMIC credit or volun-
teer at Pound House Childrens' Center for
Spring, Summer of Fall term. (Credit for
Proj. Community or Outreach for Fall term,
Psych. credit for Spring or Summer terms).
Located at Hill and E. Univ. Come over for a
visit or call 764-2547 for more information.
WORK/STUDY in immunology research lab.
Available immediately. Flexible hours. Con-
tact Li 763-1277.
WORKSTUDY POSITIONS (SP/SM): 5-10
hours per week. Office work & some com-
puter. &5.00 per hour. Call 764-2496.
TAKE THIS TEST
LOOKING FOR A JOB with great pay-and
commissions? With flexible hours? Offering
valuable training & business experience? In-
terested in free use of a personal computer?
Are you a freshman or above? lull-time su-
dent? Computer familiar? With at least a B
average? If all your answers are"yes" you've
made the grade! Manower needs you as a
TEAM LEADER orCOLLEGIATE REP to
promote the sales of IBM personal systems/2
on campus.
For experience that a s call today. MAN-
POWER (313)665-3757. fancy or Barbara.
CATERING SERVICE
Ideal spring/summer job for college
students. Must be able to work some
days, $6-$10/hr. Must be able to start
after last exam.
THE ROOSTERTAIL CATERERS
100 Marquette, Detroit
1-822-1234
STUDENTS:
"If your hair isn't becoming
to you you should be
coming to us."
' 6 Stylists--No waiting
DASCOLA STYLISTS
opposite Jacobson's 668-9329
"EIN DEUTCHES
GOTTESDIENST"
(Worship Service in German)
Thursday, April 13, 7:30 p.m.
UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN
CHAPEL
1511 Washtenaw Avenue
663-5560
$$ ARE YOU Registered for FALL 1989 and
NOT planning on attending home football
games? Take 2 mi. to call and you can make
$ $. Call 930-2651!!
DETROIT-WHITE PLAINS April 27, $99.
Call 930-6940, ask for Darrell.
ELVIS COSTELLO
2 wanted 994-0361
ONE WAY-Det. to Newark, April 29, $100.
Must sell! 747-8746.
ONE-WAY Detroit-Sacramento, April 29,
$99. Call Michelle 764-1924.
ONE-WAY NORTHWEST TICKET Detroit
to Worchester MA 4:10 PM April 26. Price
$150 $100 below current weekday cost. Call
763-1327 days and 665-4006 eves.
ONE-WAY TICKET: Detroit to San Fran-
cisco. May 4. $150 or best offer. 995-5958.
ROUND TRIP from Detroit to Acapulco for
sale. April 29/May 6. Call 764-2803.
$$ ARE YOU Registered for FALL 1989 and
NOT planning on attending home football
ames.?Take 2 min. to call and you can make
$. Call 930-2651!!

Write for
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this Spring/Summer
Short
Mass
Meeting
Friday,
April 21, ~5 pm
Stud%,nt Publications Bldg.
2nd floor
If you are unable to attend,
call Fran or Betsy
at 764-0552
The Michigan Daily is an
Affirmative Action Employer
PERFECT FOR STUDENTS
Part-time jobs with MAJOR tele-
marketing company working eve-
nings. Start $6-$8/hour guaranteed."
Flexible hours. Located 2 BLOCKS
from Student Union.
Call 996-8890. Ask for Mr. Rush
$99 ANYWHERE IN THE USA ON
NORTH WEST AIRLINES! Brig or
Northwest voucher. CallRE NC
TRAVEL, 665-6122, ask for Ann or Dawn.
BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA-Summer sublet
2 min. from UC campus 15 min. from SF.
End of May-beg. of §ept. 2-4 people,
$500/mo. Steve 995-1394.
EUROPE '89 - London from $379, Amster-
dam from $518, Frankfurt from $448, Paris
from $608. Eurailp ass from $320. RE-
GENCY TRAVEL 209 S. State 665-6122.
Ask for Deb or Dan.

MOVING BACK to Long Island? I have
van and can help! Call Gregg, 665-5870. '
Need our car driven back to NYC or nearbl
after finals? Call Dave 994-0699.
One way plane ticket to PHILLY May 1.
$100 or Best Offer. Call Vera 995-5741.
ORIENT SUPERFARES SAVE 30%+
Beiing fr. $1169, Seoul fr. $759, ShangbMa
fr. 1 19 Tai i fr. $779 Tokyo fr. $1 .
REGENdY TRAVEL, 269 S. State. Call
665-6122, ask for Joanne or Dan.
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
hot tub, boats, canoes, linens. $335-360 a
week. 616-276-9502.
a
1 OR 2 ROOMATES needed to live in a coed
house in a fantastic location (Willard St.) Call
Doug 769-1797 (May-May).
2 FEMALE ROOMIES for 9/89 thru 8/90
near campus and cheap. Call 763-1960.
FALL '89--share 2-bedroom condo with 1
person. Parking furnished, air, 1/2 mile to
Bell Tower. Call 665-4820 between 8:00 &
5:00. Ask for Shawn.
FEMALE non-smoking roommate neceet
beg. May 15. Share room- rent $258. Park,
ing, d/w, laundry. Call Sharon 995-5745.
FEMALE, NONSMOKER HOUSEMATE
wanted: Sep. single room in 6 person house
located on . Forest and Hill. $285/mo. Free
parking. Call 994-8953.
GOING ABROAD FALL TERM? I will
sublet your single bedroom in a house or apt.
Call Becky 996-9368.
I NEED ONE ROOM sublet May 1 or sooner
thru August. Call me ASAP and avoid ad-
vertising and fielding hundreds of calls. Ed at
769-9378.
I WANT TO SUBLET your single room in
an apt. or house for Fall only. Call Marc at
764-6989.
MALE ROOMMATE needed for Sept.-Sept.
a rtment 2 blocks from Law Quad. Call
ark at 665-6268.
MAY-MAY LEASES-We have 2 rooms
avail, in large clean coed 5 bdrm. house on S.
Forest. CallJanet 763-8913. Thanks.
NEED 1 FOR dbl./house at 516 Catherine
$260/mo. Free park. Call Brad 747-9965.
ROOMMATE available, now one bdrm.
Rent: $225.. ISSA PROPERTIES 662-4446.

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