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'81 HONDA CM400 - 31K mi. good condi-
tion. $250. Call 454-0206 or 99-7128.
BEAN BAG CHAIRS - Lare and Jumbo.
Wide variety of colors. Only $21 & $26. Call
662-2899. Leave message.
OFTTECCHIA men's 10 speed. Like new.
$100. Portable washer and dryer. $75. 662-
FOOTBALL TICKETS for sale. Entire stu-
dent packet-all 8 home games. $150.00 or
best offer. Call 662-8624.
SMITH CORONA Word processing system.
Excellent condition, features spellwnte -sCall
Kim at 747-9466.
Ilonda Accord 81- 4 DR 5 speed AM-FM
qassette, power steer, $1360. 9944144.
lS 1' TRUE...Jeeps for $44 through the Gov-
qrnment? Call for facts! 1-312-742-1142 ext
NISSAN SENTRA '84 sedan 4-dr. 5-spd. 1
owner. Good cond. AM-FM, clock, rear def.,
Atstprf., hi gh miles, good MPG, starts great
cold,$150, 665-0578, pm
4 I3DRM. nice house. Central Cam pus. Free
arking & laundry. Mike 769-4500, 761-
20x13 ROOM in bilevel 4 bdrm. apt. w/
cathedral ceilings. $319 Tracy 996-4869.
8 MO. LEASE for single in house on E. Jef-
ferson 2 blocks from Union. 665-2411.
ASOLUTE BARGAIN - Spacious two bed-
room a t. in the downtown/campus area.
Nicely furnished or without. Includes heat,
w er, air, and parkipg. $550/mo. 769-6540.
A'IACENT TO CAMPUS, fumished room
i it house. Share kitchen & bath with
student. 9 month lease - all utilities in-
$300/month. Male student only. Tel.
JI~S.A~lLABL. . capu
pING ROOM in eight bedroom house.
p!! Great location. 930-0591.
. AVAILABLE NOW. A ste above.
i yfurnished apts. in the heart o campus
M&JR ACITIV e, lare, clean room with suite
o CI ill near State. Male preferred. Laundry.
8 o lease, $289. 995-3276.
A ILA.BLE IMMEDIATELY-Totally new
or. 2 bedroom duplex, washer, d er
al air. Near Zingerman's. $550/mo. Ca
.AILAlBLE NOW. State at Fuller. Large 2
. Furnished, $640/mo. Heat and parking.
-6829 or 1-528-1767.
'MPUS AREA 6 BEDROOM HOUSE
p ially furmished. Laundry and parking.
6 10/mo. 996-9300.
(~YPUS NEAR IM 3 bedroom, semi-fur-
n ecd, dishwasher, carpet. $600 - $900, heat
jingicI., 662-4050 or 633-8799.
f 'fortable furnished room in Bums Park.
1 , c near UM for quiet student. No smok-
i Rcfridge & TV. $250. 665-7267.
1 IRABLE KERRYTOWN AREA-2 + 3
1 apts. or 6± br house. Parking, laundry,
Si y extras. Call 434-2350 or 434-5787.
['TER AREA. Large 2 & 3 bedroom apts.
I ,ndr, parking, $ 0/mo. and $975/mo
I )UR - 2 bedroom apartments. HENRY
I hTCII At. Bld., 921 S. Division across
fmiin Elbel Field. $600 per month years lease
o $750 for 8 month lease. 2 minutes from IM
dg., 6 minutes to Union. Parking space,
strragelaundry heat and water. Call W.D.
NMarn 1Zaliy 913 -1940.
F RNISIIED 2 AND 3 BEDROOM APTS.
n ar campus. $500/mo. and $900/mo. Possi-
b .8 month lease. 6637807 or 665-6895.
.RNISHED - I, &-2- bedroom apts. Conve-
ment, secure locations. Prime Student Hous-
ing, Inc. 761-8000.
LUXURY EFFICIENCY next to U of M
football stadium in modem one story build-
Pig. Clean, furnished air conditioned. $395
plus electric. La4y, 414-5787.
Avail. 9/25-Roomy 2-bdnn. + balcony. $595
incl. heat. Clean, sunny, fully fum., huge
Closets. Dishwasher, free pkg., laundry. 10-
in. walk to campus on commuter. Claire or
y OOM FOR RENT Share professor's home.
tadium area. $275/month & share utilities.
Available immediately. 994-5181 or 763-
ROOMS FOR RENT: Utilities included. Ac-
tcess to: cable TV, Nintendo, washer, dryer
icrowave. Lots of off street parking. Cal
SINGLE BEDROOM in 8 bedroom house.
Great location near Union. Furnished. Con-
tact Steve. 663-7610.
rIX BEDROOM -Two bath house next to U
of M football stadium. Everything brand new.
Fireplace with gas logs. Central air condi-
ioned. 95% efficient gas furnace. Grey car-
peting. Parking & laundry. Larry 434-5787
wil consider creative leases such as per per-
ATUDENTS. Enjoy the school year without
Problems. Prime Student Housing, Inc. takes
e worry out of apt. living. Cal now. 761-
T'WO VERY NICE 2 BDRM. APTS. Hard-
wood floors, laundry, $650/mo. and
$750/mo. Neg. 8 mo. lease possible. 996-
WANT YOUR OWN ROOM FOR THE
YEAR? Single room available in great 3
,dn. apt. for female, nonsmoking, upper-
lassperson or grad. Located at 315 N.
hayer close to Rackham and Med school.
$300/month. Call Louisa, 973-7597.
YOU'VE PUT IT OFF FOR TOO LONG.
Now is the time to secure your home for the
Fall. Call Prime Student Housing, Inc. at 761-
Find out who you are!
Call the Dianetics Hotline
FREE DANCE - Fri. Sept. 15, 7:30-11 AA
1st United Meth. Church State & Wash.
Square, Round, Contra, Line - No Part-
ner/exper. needed. Park avail. 437-8828.
I NEED A PARKING SPOT on Central
campus! Will pay best offer. Call Tracey
MASSAGE THERAPY CLASS for gay men
rm. 3200 Mich. Union Thurs. 8 p.m. 662-
SOUTH U. MERCHANTS WELCOMES
THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE. Certified
holistic practitioner. Debra K. Rozek 663-
WE'RE SERIOUS about wine. Wine is only
fun if you're serious about it. The Village
Apothecary 1112 S. University.
EARN $9/HR. University lecture notetaking
service needs notetakers for this semester.
Flexible hours in your field of study. Call
Supreme Course Transcripts at 996-2386.
Join the campaign to .stop toxic hazards!
Work for a clean environment w/PIRGIM
Public Interest Lobby. Full/part-time, flexible
days (Sun-Sat), $5-$6/hr, adv. o ppty.Help
make the '90's the environmental decade.
Call Sue 662-6597.
Begin yours as an on-air video consoleo er-
ator with the Michigan Eng ineeringTelevi-
sion Network. Mon., Wed. Fri, & Tues.,
Thurs. Positions available, see Chris at
METN office. 1020 HH Dow Bldg. North
Campus, no phone calls.
AGE GROUP SWIM COACH
High school/collegiate swimming experience
desired. Coaching experience preferred. The
season runs Oct.-March. Paid hourly rate
based on experience. Call 663-0536 for more
info. Apply in person 350S. Fifth Ave. EOE.
ALL FREE MEALS. 1322 Hill. Busboys
needed. Call Mrs. Eaton, 662-2176.
ARE YOU INTERESTED in educating stu-
dents + eamin academic credit at the same
time? Learn a ut student health issues by
becoming a peer educator in the Univ. Health
Service safer sex, contraception, or substance
abuse peer education program. For further
info. drop by the Pond Rm. MI Union. Tues.
Sept. 12th btwn 12-lpm or Thurs. Sept.14th
btwn 7-8pm. Questions? Call 763-132D.
AS SCHOOL STARTS, Think about work-
ing to change national priorities.
SANE/FREEZE the country's largest peace
lobby, is hiring full and part-time staff. Hexi-
ble schedules, fun folks, & ace career
trainig. Call.663-3913, 10-4 Fointerview.
Women & minorities encouraged to apply.
ASSIST WORKING MOM. Care for my 6
yr. old after school, do some light house-
eeping and some secretarial work. Must be
great with kids extremely reliable, well or-
anized and wilin to take on responsibility.
car and knowledge of word processing pre-
ferred but not essential. Hrs: 3-6 daily plus
1-2 evenings a week. Pay: $4.50. 668- 64.
ASTHMA Study at U of M. You must have
cold air induced asthma, be 18-40 years old
and non-smoking. $230 to complete study of
Intal (Cromalyn Sodium). No pregnant or
nursing womendno current use o Intal or of
oral steroids. Call Kim at 936-8919, leave
BABYSITTER. Responsible female student
to babysit our 31/2 and 2 yr old daughters in
our new A2 home 3 mi. from campus. 10-20
hrs/wk on flex schedule. Must be non-
smoker, resourceful at childcare, creative
w/children and have excellent language
skills. 663-3223 B/4 6 pm.
BABYSITTER WANTED for 2 yr. girl.
Tues. + Thurs. am in my home SW Ann Ar-
.bor. References + transportation required.
BABYSITTER- Several days/wk. 3:45-5:45
for 7 yr old. Olivia + Wells. Pay negotiable-
references. Call 995-2708, eves.
BABYSITTER NEEDED in m home Mon-
day afternoons 1:30-5:30 for 4 yr. old boy
and two older sibs after school. One addi-
tional afternoon is optional that meets your
schedule. Own transportation needed. 971-
BABYSITTER WANTED Mature person to
care for a 5 and 7 yr. old Thursday evenings.
References. Good pay. 995-9254.
BABYSITTING: My home. Prefer drivers.
$4/hr. Occasional basis. 994-3137.
BABYSITTING TUES. MORNING and oc-
cassional times. 761-7213.
Bakery Prep Person to Make Muffin &
Cookie Mixes, Pastries, etc. & Wait on
Counter/Kitchen Experience Preferred.
Basil's Bakery 662-1443.
BRIGHTEN YOUR LIFE AND LEARN
VALUABLE SKILLS as a volunteer coun-
selor at SOS Crisis Center. Lend a hand in re-
sponding to personal and family problems,
homelessness, hunger, suicide and substance
abuse. Call for an interview, 4$5-8730.
For analytical chemistry
Part-time or full-time, flexible hours
Apply at: 7232 Jackson Rd., Ann Arbor
CHILD CARE for infant and toddler, ap-
proximately 10/hrs. per week, starting Sept.
or Oct. Non-smoker own transportation, ref-
erences. Call 426-87(29.
CHILD CARE NEEDED two days after
school. Non-smoker. Must have transporta-
tion & references. Call 662-4340.
CHILDCARE Fri. AM Cross St. W. of
EMU and/or Wed. Ak. 7th and Pauline.
Call dymboree 464-8880.
COLLEGE WORK-STUDY PROGRAM
STUDENTS. Great Pay I Flexible Hours!
Provide computer and clerical assistance in
medical environment. Only CWSP students
need apply. Call Lisa at 936-5032.
CONSTRUCTION LABORER full-time or
part-time. Must be dependable! 429-1901.
EARN WHILE YOU LEARN. Strong de-
pendable woman needed part time to aid ac-
tive disabled woman with personal care,
meals, some driving. Central campus. 662-
EVER THINK OF GETTING PAID TO GO
TO CLASS? 1st Class Notes is hiring TA's
and Grad students for fall classes. ontact
Alan at 665-9200 or 434-7782.
HANDYPERSON FOR HEALTH CARE
Student (handyperson), to put up pictures,
shelves, mirors, hooks, fixtures, signs, etc.
move furniture, paint, make local pick-up and
deliveries of supplies, make minor repairs to
almost anything and other miscellaneous du-
ties as they arrive. Must be a UM STU-
DENT, have experience with hand tools, me-
chanical aptitue, a valid driver's license, and
no physical restrictions on lifting. Ability to
work independently andweonscientiously a
necessity. No evening or week-end work. Po-
sition is available fall and/or winter terms.
For more information, contact Harold Roth-
bart at 764-4448.
HELP WANTED IMMEDIATELY. Wait-
ers/waitresses. No exp. nec. Call Joe or
Michael at Spanky's Cove-449-4406.
HOUSE CLEANING. 2 or 3 hrs. each week.
$5-$6/hr. Reliable person. 668-8818.
ICR SURVEY RESEARCH GROUP, a na-
tional marketing research firm located in Ann
Arbor, is presently hiring telephone inter-
viewers. Excellent communications skills and
the ability to work part-time evenings, and
week-ends necessary. No experience needed,
full-paid training provided. Pay starts at
$5/hr. Scheduling is flexible. Contact Greg
Love at 971-284(after 2pm daily.
KATHERINE'S CATERING now inter-
viewing for motivated, high-energy, part-time
waitstaff and full-time porter andprep cooks.
Call Sue at 995-4270.
KITCHEN CREW WANTED for extremely
tidy kitchen. Free meals in exchanga for set-
up or clean-up, lunch or dinner. or more
info call Will at 761-4758. CHII PSI
LAW FIRM NEEDS MESSENGER. Must
have transportation. Mon.-Fri. 2:30-5. Call
Judy at 995-0066.
LAWN CUTTING AND LEAF RAKING
for those who enjoy outside work. Steady
work through November. Part-time or full-
time work available immediately. Must be
able to work 8:00-5:00 for at least 2 week-
days per week. Call 973-7725 for interview.
LOOKING FOR A FRATERNITY, sorority
or student organization that would like to
make $500-$1,000 for a one week on-campus
marketing project Must be organized and
hardworking. Call Joe or Myra at (800) 592-
LUNCH SUPERVISORS: 11:15 am - 1:15
pm daily. Supervise pre-school/elementary
students for lunch and recess. 747-7422.
Mature Female with own transportation to sit
in my home for my 19 month old daughter.
App. 15 hours/week. 996-9077, Leave Mes-
MEDICAL ASSISTANT PROBLEM
PREGNANCY COUNSELbR, and MEDI-
CAL RECEPTIONIST needed for a pro-
choice medical clinic. Please send resume to
Health Care Clinic, 2755 Carpenter Rd., Ann
Arbor, MI 48104.
MEET BEAUTIFUL WOMEN! Become a
waiter! Call 662-0174!
MICHIGAN THEATER has work study jobs
available, day and eve. If you enjoy people
and are good with numbers, apply at 603 E.
MR. SPOTS needs in-house workers and
drivers. No exp. nec. Must have car. Apply at
810 South State.
NEED EXTRA MONEY? Like working with
kids? Community School Age Child Care is
lookingfor hard working, dependable highly
interactive people. Supervisors, 7-8/hr.
Teachers, $6.30-7.23/hr. Substitutes. Hours
easily worked into your schedule: mornings
7:30-9:05 am, afternoons 3:25-6:00 pm. Call
today Dr. Sarah Couch, program manager
995-5930. 1611 W. Minister, Ann Arbor, MI
OCCASIONAL BABYSITTING for 2
bright, loving, and happy children (4 1/2 girl-
2 r boy). Bums Park area. Prefer own trans.
Uall Lori 769-4892.
PART-TIME HELP NEEDED, to staff com-
puter/AV users facility or medical campus.
flexible hrs. mostly weekdays. $4.10/hour.
Call Denise at 763-6760.
PATIENT SITTER POSITIONS AVAIL-
ABLE. Flexible shifts. Please call 973-9111.
PERSON TO STUFF AND SORT envelopes
10 hours/week. 761-7213.
PERSONAL ASSISTANTS NEEDED for
referral pool to assist persons with disabilities
with cooking, cleaning, bathing, dressing &
personal hygiene. Contact the Ann Aror
Center for Idependent Living at 971-0277.
PHYSICALLY ABLE & responsible person
wanted to set-up and take down chid size
equipment. Approx. 3 hrs./wk. $18. 7th and
Pauline, Call Gymboree @ 464-8880.
POST ADVERTISING MATERIALS on-
campus. Write: College Distributors, 33 Peb-
blewood Trail, Naperville, IL 60540.
RAYBAN-SERENGETI Sunglasses. Save
40%, 300 Models, Compare Prices Fast
Shiping, Free Catalog. Call I-800
RELIABLE CARING STUDENT needed to
babysit 2 1/2 r & 8 mo sibs, M-F mid-days
10-15 hrs. wkly. Ex p. referred. Need own
trans. Call 994-125b ore lopm.
SANDWICH MAKERS All shifts available
days & eve. $4.50/hr. & up. Apply Subway,
N. Campus Plaza. Plymouth Rd.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well es-'
tablished infertility clinic. If you are a male
between 21-40 years of age and a graduate,
student or a professional, 310" or taller we
need you. Donors are paid $50 dollars per ac-
ceptable specimen. For further information,
please call 434-4766.
STUCCHI'S IS HIRING - Mornings, after
noons and evening shifts. Apply at South U.
between 12-4 pm.
TYPING/COMPUTER SKILLS - General
office work and data entry Approximately
$5-6/hr. Mrs. Jubin, 763-2102.
WANTED NORMAL, HEALTHY VOL-
UNTEERS for bone marrow donation for
Leukemia research. Compensation is $60. If
interested, please call 747-3421.
WORK FOR ACADEMIC credit or volun-
teer at the Pound House Children's Center
this fall term. Located at Hill and East Uni-
versity. Come over for a visit or call 764-
2547 or more information.
WORK STUDY STUDENTS NEEDED.
Greenhouse work, beautiful setting. Need car,
no experience necessary. Call Jim, M-F,
WORK STUDY STUDENTS NEEDED
Afternoons, evenings at Botanical Gardens.
Set up rooms for roups, custodial duties.
Need car. Call Pat, M-F, 8-4:30. 998-7061.
WORKSTUDY STUDENTS with com-
puter/office experience needed for Law
School Fund office. Call Annette 998-7970.
YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE to join our health
care team IIf you're a nursing student or have
past experience you may be eligible to work
w/our home care patients. Call our supervisor
at 973-9111 week days for appointments.
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