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GREEK GAB
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-shirts
at the lowest prices. Call e Button Men.
Rick or Lou at 665-1 161.
PI PHI ACTIVES** We're behind you all
the way**love the seniors**
PERSONAL
CALIFORNIA BOUND? Rider/driver
wanted to LA. Leaving 4/27, share gas ex-
pense. Phone Wes Donahue 663-0581 7:30
am-5:30 pm.
CONGATULATIONS from the South U.
Merchants to the Class of 1989! Thank you
for your patronage.
GRADUATES: Bachelors Cap & Gown Set
for only $19 at The Michigan Union Book-
store. Llmited quantities available.
HEALTHY MALE volunteers, 18-40 needed
by College of Pharmacy for drug study.
Compensation $200. 764-5341, 764-9384.
One-stop for everything from the drugstore.
Candy and pop, too. Village Apothecary,
1112 S. University.
PEOPLE WHO FREQUENTLY BINGE-
EAT AND VOMIT may be eligible to par-
ticipate in a study of a new medication at the
U of M Medical Center. If you are at least 18
yrs. old and are interested in being involved
in a FREE 4 1/2 month trial of this medica-
tion, please call Linda at 936-4861.
STRESSED BY EXAMS? Swedish massage
releves tension, revitalizes body and mind
naturally. Clients say my massage is "better
than drugs". Certified. Debra K. Rozek 663-
7547.
WRITERS! ARTISTS! New creative writing
magazine needs stories, poems, essays, edito-
rials and illustrations. For information write
1030 S. Stewart, #2138, Mesa, AZ, 85202.
M S
***** A-1 TYPING On cam pus. Profes-
sional. Rush service available. 668-8898.
**TYPING & WORDPROCESSING**
Fast/IBM-WP/laser/campus/Sandi/426-5217
*FREE PIANO LESSON!*
Casio Rental Available. Mike 994-0371.
BUDGET TYPING SERVICE! Term ers,
theses, resumes. FAST & ACCURA7 a 81-
2227.
QUALITY TYPING & WORDPROCESS-
Fast, efficient. Call Joy 764-6771.
STORING YOUR BELONGINGS
In MICHIGAN for the summer?
METMOVERS OF MICHIGAN, INC.
$1I0 for a 24" x 20" x 30" summer space
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: DEPENDAB fast and accurate.
Reasonable rates. 475-965. Evenings.
WORDPROCESSING: $1 .50/page. Spell-
checked/Laser printed. Call Steve 764-3003.

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The Michigan Daily - Monday, April 17, 1989 - Page 7
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EARN $5 IN 1 hr. psychology experiment.
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noon for more information.
EARN UP TO $5.50/hr. Production workers,
Mon.-Fri. days. Apply in person at 1306 S.
University.
HARD WORKING Students needed $4.75-
5.50. Livonia, Redford Dearbom Dearborn
its. Triple A Student 'Painters. Gall Sherry
994-32 or 1-800-543-3792.
LABORATORY ASSISTANT May-August.
approximately 15 hrs. per week. Flexible
schedule. Call Mary Davis,Radiation Oncol-
ogy, 764-5741.
NEED SUMMER EMPLOYMENT? THE
CHOICE FOR TEMPORARIES has the
jobs! Chicago is an exciting town just filled
with summer temporary jobs. We have
openings for:Personal Computer Specialists
Lotus Data Entry
Receptionists
Clerks
Pay rates-$6-11 plus an hour plus summer
benefits available. We have long and short
term assignments, so you can stay as busy as
you want. Call for more info. (312) 419-
6526.
NOW HIRING
SUMMER HELP
Would you like a rewarding experience
working as a nurse aide with the elderly? We
will train. Starting pay $5/hour.
Whitehall Convalescent Homes
Ann Arbor (313) 971-4433
Novi (313) 349-2640
OVERSEAS JOBS. $900-2000 mo. Summer,
yr. round all countries, all fields. Free info.
Write JC, PO Box 52 - Corona Del Mar, CA
92625.
PART-TIME POSITION avail. for Spring,
Summer & Fall 1989. Flex. schewuling,
$4.00/hr. disc. on merchandise. Apply now in
erson @ the MICHIGAN UNI ONBOOK-
9TORE, ground floor of Michigan Union.
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.
PIIOTOLAB TECI INICIAN
Earn $5/hr. and loeam color & density. Photo
knowledge a must. Skills in chemistry, ac-
counting or programming can be used. May
1-Sept. 1 Photo ast, Birmingham, MI. 313-
644-3278 (ask for John).
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 50) pm
on the first date of publication.
THANK YOU!
SIMPLE libra work, toay, 2 or 3 hrs. a
week. Box 15433, A2 48114
STOCKPERSON WANTED - Days: Mon-
day-Saturday. Start about April 17. Time: 4-
7pm. Duties: stock, deliver, anitorial. Must
be 18 & have driver's icense. Village
Apothecary, 1112 S. University Ave. 663-
5533, ask for Mr. Kreye.

STUI)ENT Cl lANGI:OVER house cleaning
Sun. April 30, Mon. May 1 $6/hr. 662-3223.
SUBWAY is now hiring for summer help.
Full and part-time positions available. We of-
fer a pleasant, grease-free work environment.
1701 Plymouth Rd., North Campus
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELLORS. Iong
established New York State private resident
camp has outstanding opportunities for Sp -
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WATERFRONT (POOL and LAKE with
current WSI or LI EGUARID CERTIFICA-
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LEAD RSIIIP POSITIONS (must be over
21). COMPETITIVE SALARY, ROOM
AND BOARD),TRAVEL AL OWANCE.
Interviews on campus, April 23rd For infor-
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CAMP1)SEQULOlA at 914-679-5241.
SUMM I( JOBS- Wordproec sor, secre
taries, data entry operators, file clerks, light
industrial workers. Flex ible hours. (Jood >v.
Call today! Norrell Temporary Services, 64-
0205._
SUMMER JOBS Ann Arbor "Y's" day-camp
birkett now interviewing for swimming
stutrcounselors, proegram director. R uns
June 19 to Aug. 18. A ppl'at the Ann Arbor
Y, 350 S. Fifth Ave. 63 -536. An equal op-
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TAKE TIIIS TEST
LOOKING FOR A JOB with great pay-and
commissions? With flexible hours? Offering
valuable training & business experience? In-
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Are you a freshman or above? Full-time stu-
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average? If all your answers are yes" you've
made the grade! Man~xwer needs you as a
TEAM LEADER or COLLEGIAT TREP to
promote the sales of IBM personal systems/2
on campus.
For experience that pays call today. MAN-
POWI (313) 665-3757. fancy or Barbara.
WARM, RELIABLE Student with experi-
ence in child care wanted to babysit for infant
and 2 r. old. 10 to 15 hrs./wk. Must have
car. CAl994-1125.
WORK FOR ACADEMIC credit or volun-
teer at Pound House Childrens' Center for
Spring, Summer of Fall tern. (Credit for
Proj. Community or Outreach for Fall tern,
Psych. credit for Spring or Summer terms).
Located at Ilill and . 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 7(-2496.

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763-9755
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Earn $2500-$3500! Campaign positions to
pass Clean Air Act, stop toxic pollution,
tighten pesticide controls & promote recy -
cling, available in Ann Arbor, 18 states &
D.C. interviews on campus. Call Marti 662-
6597.
$6 ER HOUR. Lawn care & inside house
work. Part-time permanent job. Single family
residence near U-M central campus. Fresh-
men or sophs preferred. Must be available
thru summer and after. Call 769-4081.
2 GIRL SCOU'I'camps. I located in Lapeer
for girls in grades4-6 & one located in Tra-
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RNs. For more info. or a lication call238-
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4 COLLEGE WORK-STUDY STUDENTS
NEEDED in intemal medicine Hematology-
Oncology for Spring-Summer '89. Office
work, computer experience desirable. Great
pay, inquire at 936-5290.
A-1 LAWNCAREJNC. An Ann Arbor based
corporation accepting applications for sum-
mer employment working outdoors with our
maintenance crews. Job entails mowing,
edging, mulching trimming bushes at ap-
proximately $25t/week. Expenence pre-
errd. lsohirng an expenence landscaper
with knowledge in 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 Opp. Emp. M/F. Continuing
through fall desired but not necessary.
ADVERTISEMENT WORKER/CARD
DISTRIBUTORE6 hrs./week. $3.40/hr. 668-
8898.
A'ITENTION
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-1 pm. Earn $275/wk. full
time. Call 9-5, 663-6824.
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summer camps on Lake Huron. Positions
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