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-Monday, September 11, 1989 - The Michigan Daily - Page 7

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lhe start of this school year marks the 100th year The Michigan Daily has been in operation here in Ann Arbor. Alumni from

this publication are working at the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Time,

Newsweek, Sports Illustrated

and in many other vocations as well. This organization is rich in tradition and the people who work here take pride in what they
do. Recently, criticism of our publication has escalated from faculty and alumni, but most importantly from students. It is to the
students that I issue a challenge.
f you want to change things at the Daily, come in and have a voice. For one of the larger campus organizations, we are also one
of the most open. Anyone can come in and join our staff in whatever editorial domain they choose with no previous experience re-
quired. We are always in need of new people. After fulfilling our meager requirements, staffers are allowed to vote on editorials,
participate in paper-wide elections, utilize computers, while hopefully participating in something that interests them. The paper
offers staffers the opportunity to get involved in everything that is happening on campus; from Michigan sports to theatre to the
administration to current political issues.
M y goal is to produce a publication that the students of this University will know is fair and accurate. There will be a Mass

Meeting for prospective staffers on Monday, Sep. 18 at 7 p.m
tions Building. You, the critics, can continue to complain or
Looking forward to seeing you a week from tonight.

. in our second floor office of the 420 Maynard St. Student Publica-
you can do something about it. The choice is yours.
Adam chrager
Editor in Chief

The Michigan Daily.

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RELIABLE CARING STUDENT needed to
~babysit 2 1/2 yr & 8 mo sibs, M-F mid-days
10-15 hrs. wkly. Ex.preferred. Need own
trans. Call 994-1125 before 10pm.
SANDWICII MAKERS All shifts available
days & eve. $4.50/hr. & upply Subway,
N. Campus Plaza. PlymouthRd.
,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 510" or taller we
need you.sDonors 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.
TACO BELL Now hiring for all shifts.
Flexible schedules, free meals and uniforms.
6Lamupto $5.75 per hour. Apply in person
61 VEniversity (at S. University)
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. Cornensation is $60. If
interested, please call 74-3421.
Call 764-0557

WANTED: Exciting individuals to fill
exxciting work study jobs at The University
Activities Center. We need Accountants,
Graphic Artists, Box Office Personnel, Pho-
tographers, and Audio-Visual Aides. If inter-
ested, please call the UAC office at 763-1107
or stop by 2105 Mich. Union.
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.
Afternoons, evenings at Botanical Gardens.
Set up rooms for -groups, custodial duties.
Need car. Call Pat, M-F,8-4:30. 998-7061.
WORKSTUDY STUDENTS with com-
uter/office experience needed for Law
School Fund of ice. Call Annette 998-7970.
YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE to join our health
care team !.If 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.
WORK STUDY STUDENTS NEEDED.
Greenhouse work, beautiful setting. Need car,
no experience necessary. Call Jim, M-F,
8:004:30. 998-7061.
YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE to join our health
care team! If 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.

1VAN iEI)D
Janitor Position
at
Student Publications
10-20 hrs/wk.
$5.50/hr.
Call Nancy at
764-0550
WEEKEND
MAGAZINE

$99 ANYWHERE IN THE USA ON
NORTHWEST airlines! Bring your Ameri-
can Express voucher. Call REGENCY
TRAVEL, 665-6122, ask for Ann or Dawn.
GET AWAY! Equipped cabins on lake in
wooded setting, sleeps four outdoor hot tub,
boats & canoes. $3$8-58. lb min from Tra-
verse City. (616) 276-9502.
STUDENT TRAVEL BREAKS AT STA-
MOS TRAVEL ***Openweekends and
some even ins.*** ** Kerrytown Mall Ann
Arbor. 663-4400**
SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE! New book
lists dozens of new opportunities. $9.95. Up-
stream Press 615 E. Abram, Ste. 103, Ar-
lington, TX 16010.
TELEVISIONS FOR RENT - 19 or 13 inch,
cable-ready with remote. $32.50 per term.
Call 662-2899, leave message.

I Need 2 Notre Dame Tickets!!! Call Debbie
@ 930-6258.
Wanted-Football Season Tickets Together. In
Section 22-25. Call Sam 788-1386.
WANTED: U of M season tickets. Interested
in buying up to 4. 663-2262.
HAVE 2 WISCONSIN TICKETS. Trade for
2 Indiana tickets. 668-4061.
NEED 4 FOOTBALL season tickets sec-
tions 24 or 25. 271-4410 or (517)792-2d94.
SEASON FOOTBALL TICKETS! 20 yd.
line. Call Julie anytime! 769-0886.
ROUND TRIP TKT. to NY $90. Leaves
9/15, pm. Returns 9/18, pm. Call 434-8105.
HOME FOOTBALL BOOKLET - Sec 25,
great seat. Make offer. Jim, 663-9796.
Alumnni would like to purchase 6 football
tickets. Indianna or Purdue. Call 1-716-835-
7496.
U-M FOOTBALL. Bu /sell season tickets.
Top dollar paid. 763-9247 eves. Best also
buying Notre Dame.
YOU NEED MONEY! I need 2 season foot-
ball tickets. Student sec. ok. Call Tim (517)
788-2633 or 787-4302. Collect call ok.
WANTED 3 Tickets for Michigan/Notre
Dame Football Game. Call Mark A. 996-
0636.
I NEED 2 NOTRE DAME TICKETS!Please
call Amy 764-8824.
ABSOLUTE TOP DOLLAR paid for U of M
football tickets. 668-7707.
WOMEN - Hostess a lingerie boutique in
your horne! Enjoy free gifts and lingerie. Call
Dawn 971 -389'1,- am-8pm.

ARB 3 blks. 1 blk. to CCRB, campus, hosp.
Fum. room in nice, clean older house,
kitchen, laundry $325 INCLUDES UTIL.
502 Elm St. 996-8506.
ATTENDANT AND ROOMMATE with a
handicapped person. Limited rent 2 bed-
room apt. Eisenhower/Packard. all 973-
3131 or 971-0277.
NEED ONE FEMALE to share double in
two bedroom apt. near CCRB. Monthly or
yearly basis. Rent $260-280 per month plus
elec. !lease call Kim at 355-0 96.
ATARI COMPUTER OWNERS (ST & 8-
bit): User group meets 2nd Tuesday of every
month-demos, great cheap software, help.
7:30pm Mich Union. 994-5619.
WAIT PERSONS AND COOKS needed
days full or part-time. Robert's Pocco Cafe
328 S. Main.

DISC JOCKEY 761-1614 ANYTIME
professional experienced reasonable
greek - club - dorm references.

Flute Instruction Teacher with 3 Colleges
Beg.-Adv. Saline. 429-1389.
GUITAR LESSONS - Start now - Stop tal-
ing. Start playing. Call Ramsey, 665-8001
HERB DAVID GUlTAR STUDIO 392 E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Lessons, repair, music.
VOICE LESSONS MM U of M. University
teaching. Experience musical theatre to
opera. 665-2905.
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The Calendar
of The University of Michigan

The Calendar combnes meeting, kctan, wrshop, and co fenenye awnnCelntns
wihothercwntebeningeacweekonanpe. Itis based om TheUniversity co,
Calendarmand isopen to all Univtry y-*au ortd romps and organimlions recognied
by the Mickigam, Stdent Assembly. Items mst be suniued in writing by S pm. &Dhe
T rsda y before puiblication. Address all i formation to Anne Beekkty, ?uibltion,
Assieant, University Record, 412 Maynard Street. An asgrik (") demnts events to
whid""" yiuo s chiargedS

MONDAY
SEPTEMBER 11
Canterbury House-Lesbian-gay men's community open house, 8:45 pm, 218
N Division, 665-0606.
Cont Med Educ-2-day course begs, J C Sackellares, "Epilepsy Advances,"
Towsley Ctr, 763-1400.
Cont Med Educ-6-day course begs, R Kini, "Pediatric Board Review," Towsley
Ctr, 763-1400.
Med Ctr-Volunteer info mtg, 7-8 pm, Univ Hosp Amphi, 936-4327.
Career Plan & Place-Intro to CP&P, 2:10-2:30 pm, CP&P Lib; recruitment
mtg, 6-7 pm, Angel Hall Aud C; 764-7460.
B'nal B'rith Hillel-Tagar, 6 pm; United Jewish Appeal, 7 pm; Progressive
Zionist Caucus, 8 pm; 1429 hill St, 769-0500.
Comput Ctr-Class: Intro to Comput, 1-3 pm, 611 Church St. Reg req, 763-
3700.
*MedSport-Smokeless sessions beg, 7:00 pm, Dominoes Farms Fitness Ctr.
Reg req. 998-7400.
Phys Ed-Adult Lifestyle classes beg, reg in CCRB Rm 3050, 8 am-4:30 pm,
764-1342.
Macromolecular Res Ctr & Nuc Engr Dept-Lecture, "Neutron
Reflectivity from Polymer Surfaces," J Higgins, 4 pm, 1017 Dow Bldg.
Women's Research Club-Mtg, speaker to be announced, 7:30 pm, Rackham

Career Plan & Place-Resume lec, 4:10-5 pm, N Campus; recruitment mtg,
4:10-5 pm, Angell Hall Aud A; 764-7460.
B'nai B'rith Hillel-Mitzvah Project, 6 pm, Sdt Struggle for Soviet Jewry, 7
pm, hill St Cinema, 7 pm, 1429 Hill St, 769-0500.
Comput Ctr-Classes: MS-DOS Basic Skills, 9 am-noon, 3001 SEB; Basic
Concepts of Word Proc, 10 am-noon, 611 Church St.; Reg req. 763-3700.
U-M-Flint-Lecture, Native American art, S Thielen, 7 pm, Univ Ctr Kiva, 762-
3431.
McMUG-Mtg, "Demonstration of Pro-Cite and Biblio-Links," 3-4 pm, Ford
Amphi Univ Hosp, 936-4900.
Univ Hosp-Renaissance music, "A Reasonable Facsimile," 12:30 pm, Univ
Hosp Courtyard.
Univ Lutheran Chapel-Bible study, 7:30 pm, 1511 Washtenaw, 663-5560.
WEDNESDAY
SEPTEMBER 13
Career Plan & Place-Job search lec, 6-7 pm, CP&P Rm 1, 764-7460.
Lord of Light Lutheran Church-Bible study, 6:30 pm; worship, 7:30-8
pm; 801 S Forest at Hill St, 668-7622.
BioEngr-Seminar, "Introduction to BioEngineering," S Goldstein, 4 pm, 1017
Dow, 764-9588.
Phi Alpha Delta-Mtg & new member welcome, 9 pm, Mich Union Kuenzel
Rm, 761-4781.
B'nai B'rith Hillel-Hill St Forum, 7 pm; Israeli dancing, 7:30-10 pm, $2;
Hill St Players Auditions, 4:30-6:30 pm & 7:30-10:30 pm; 1429 Hill St, 769-
0500.
CEW-Discussion, "A Non-Traditional Perspective on the Undergraduate
Experience," noon-1:30 pm, CEW, 998-7080.
IOE-Seminar, "Toward an Understanding of High Level Cognitive Performance:
Implications for the Design of Intelligent Decision Support Systems," R J
Koubek, 4 pm, 241 IOE.
Ctr Russian & E Euro Stds-Welcome/orient, noon, Lane Hall Commons,
764-0351.
Univ Lutheran Chapel-Worship, 9 pm, 1511 Washtenaw, 665-5560.
THURSD AY

Med Ctr- Volunteer info mtg, 4-5 pm, Uni Hosp Rm 2C108, 936-4327.
Board of Regents-Mtg begs, 10 am, Regerts Rm, Fleming Bldg.
Univ Product-Volunteer usher mtg, 7 pm, Mendelssohn Theatre, 763-5213.
Turner Clin-Lecture series begs, "Africa: From Ouagadougou to Qacha's Nek,"
C Steedman, 10-11:30 am, Kellogg Eye Ctr Aud, 764-2556.
Weight Control Clin-Open house, 7-8 pm, CCRB Rm 1250, 747-2722.
Sch Art-Lecture, Fern Jacobs, 9-11 am, Sch Art Rm 1221.
Univ Lutheran Chapel-Bible study, 7:30 pm, 1511 Washtenaw, 665-5560.
FRIDAY
SEPTEMBER 15
Gay Liberation-Brothers Coffee House, 8 pm, 802 Monroe St, 763-4186.
Lesbian-Gay Male Prog-Mtg, "Black Gay Brothers United," 8 pm, Mich
Union Rm 3200, 763-4186.
Lesbian-Gay Male Prog-Welcoming Tea for U-M community & others, 4-6
pm, 551 S State, 763-4186.
Career Plan & Place-Intro to CP&P, 3:10-3:30 pm, CP&P Lib, 764-7460.
Ctr Russian & E Euro Stds-Lecture, "Poland in the Solidarity Era:
Communists and the Opposition in Poland," M T Kaufman, 7:30 pm, Hutchins
Hall Rm 250, 747-2237.
Comput Ctr-Class: Macintosh Basic Skills, 9 am-noon,3001 SEB. Reg req.
763-3700.
Ctr Japan Stds-Mizoguchi film series, "Osaka Elegy," 7 pm; "Sisters of the
Gion," 8:15 pm; Lorch Hall Aud, 764-6307.
Lowbrow Astrori-Monthly mtg, Detroit Observ, sunset, 434-2574.
Psychiatry-2-part conf, "Issues in Depression and Suicide in Children and
Adolescents," 10:30 am-noon, CAPH P3231; "Presentation of Live Case:
Disruptive Behavior in School-Aged Child," 2-3:30 pm, CAPH P3063; 764-
5357.
Univ Lutheran Chapel-Fellowship & videos, 7:30 pm, 1511 Washtenaw,
665-5560.
SATURDAY
SEPTEMBER 16
Shotokan Karate of Mich-Karate, 3-5 pm, CCRB Small Gym.
B'nai B'rith Hillel-Hill St Cinema, "A Thousand Clowns," 9:15 pm, 1429
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