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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. oppty. Help
make the '90's the environmental decade.
Call Sue 662-6597.
A FEW GOOD BUS BOYS NEEDED - free
food. 1322 Hill - Mrs. Eaton @ 662-2176.
ACCOUNTING AIDE - Work-Study posi-
tion at SOS Crisis Center in Ypsi..Assist w/
bookkeeping & other administrative tasks.
$ /hr., rs./wk. A ly at Student Em-
poyment office. List as Administrative
Clerk.
ACTIVISTS/STUDENTS
Are you dismayed over the way our govern-
ment neglects human needs while spending
billions on nuclear bombs each yar Well,
et up and do something about it] Michigan
Sane/l-reeze is hiring full and part-time staff.
Flexible schedules, fun folks, and great job
satisfaction. call 663-3913 for interview.
Women and minorities encouraged to apply.
ADMINISTRATIVE CLERK - Work-Study
position at SOS Crisis Center Ypsi. Assist w/
p hones, typing, & other clerical tasks. $6/hr.
2O hrs./wk. Apply at Student Employment
Office.
BABYSITTING: My home. Prefer drivers.
$4/hr. Occasional basis. 994-3137.
CHILD CARE SPECIALIST NEEDED TO
LOOK A fter 1 infant & 1 toddler at a private
residence. Mon-Fri. from 7am-6pm. Begin
employment early 1990. Interviewing female
applicants only. Call 322-3745 (days), 662-
= 4 (evenings).
Choir Director/Music Coordinator Position
Open at First Baptist Church of Ypsilanti.
482-7380, weekdays from 9-1.
DO -YOU NEED extra cash? Opportunity to
sell top-quality suits to your fellow students,
and make an attractive commission on each
sale. Develo your own marketing and ad-
vertising skills. Call 996-2644 for more info.
HEY MICHIGAN, 90 Students wanted who
are seriously interested in losing weight
and/or making money. New, finaly afford-
able. I've lost 751bs. I make $12,500 a month.
Health Star Dist. 419-691-3717.
PART-TIME Receptionist with excellent
hone skills on U of M Campus. Flexible
hours Tuesda and/or Thursday. Call 995-
5454, ask for Roberta.
Tired of those boring
work study jobs or
looking for an
exciting new one?
Then apply for a work study
position as a
Ticket Central
Clerk
Positions entail controlling
many aspects of ticket sales
for UAC events.

DO YOU WANT TO GET PAID for talking
on the phone? Research facility needs inter-
viewers. Absolutely no sales. Starting pay
$5/hr. No experience necessary. Perfect .b
for college students. 10-40 hours a weec -
a ys evenings and weekends. Call 994-0975
for taped information. Call 994-8726 if you
have further questions.
EIGHTEEN-THIRTY year old people w/
hypertension are needed to study blood sugar
control & the development of high blood
pressure. The stud w i involve a few days
of hospitilization you will be compensated
$300. For info contact Jane Key or Dr. Roc-
chini at 764-5176.
Excellent part-time opportunity. Moming as-
sistance needed with two children, 5 and 17
months. Northeast Ann Arbor, week days
7am-8:45am. non-smoker with reliable trans-
portation and references. Flexibility and ex-
cellent wages. 663-3784 evenings.
GYMNASTIC INSTRUCTORS: Male &
Female Instructors Wanted. Positions Avail-
able For Girls, Boys, & Preschool Classes.
Enthusiastic, Reliable, & Previous Teaching
Experience. Transportation Needed. Call
Gym America-971-1667.
HELP WANTED PART TIME COUNTER
HELP. Night shifts available. Apply in per-
son at Pizza Bob's. 8145S. State.
HOP-IN FOOD STORES NOW HIRING
full and part-time clerk positions. Flexible
hrs. Starting rate $4.50+. No experience
needed. A ly at a Hop-In on S. University,
Main & Mad'son, or Packard/Stadium.
HOW ABOUT VOLUNTEERING TO TU-
TOR? 6,7, and 8 grade students at Tappan
Middle School Tues. & Thurs. 3-4. Contact
DeMaris Booker at 994-2015 or 994-4970.
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 971-284t after 2pm daily.
IDEAL PART-TIME JOB for students.Paid
training. Flexible hours.Great experience.
Telemarketin. sales.$5.50 and up per
hour.Call Mr.Rush at 996-8890.
Job position available for work study student.
Filling and typ pngnecessary and computer
exp enence helpfu. Hours are flexible and
$6/hour. 764-2496.
LABORERS NEEDED Oct. 15 and/or 16to
help cater a LARGE party. $6.50/hr). Wait-
staf needed Oct.16 (50 Call Lisa at 665-
2131 for more info.
Large Dairy Farm near Ann Arbor needs
part-time help. Must enjoy working outdoors
and with animals 483-5492. Ask for Tom.
LUNCH SUPERVISORS: 11:00AM-
1:00PM. Supervise preschool/elementary
students for lunch and recess. 747-7422.
MOTHER"S HELPER/BABYSITTER for
girl 8, boy 5. Mondays 5:30-8:30pm. Other
evenings/weekends possible..Need car, expe-
rience references. No smoking. Call 6-9pm
995-3361.
OFFICE PERSON: good w/ numbers, phone,
errands, Mac., 12 hrs./wk. 761-7204.

H ELP WANTED
PIZZA HUT
Applications now being accepted for all po-
sions: cooks, waitpersonspand delivery
drivers. Applyin person to any Ann Arbor or
Ypsilanti ocation. Good starting pay, flexible
hours, EOE.
POSITIONS OPEN FOR DISHWASHER.
Starting pay $5/hr. lirs. flexible, mostly
nights. Medical benefits incl. Please apply
between 2-4, M-F. Call Tina 668-1545.
PSYCHOLOGIST: fully licensed Ph.D. for
local clinic; contract. 761-7204.
RECEPTIONIST NEEDED Mon-Fri 12-6.
Relaxed office. Computer skills helpful.
Good pay. Fun job. Call Linda at 971-2662
for interview.
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, 5' 10" or taller we
need you. Donors are paid $50 dollars per ac-
ceptable specimen. For further information,
please call 434-4766.
SOFTWARE TESTER. Must know MS-
DOS. Call Kurt or Chuck at 996-4343.
SUBWAY has full and part-time positions
avail. Start at $4.50 and u, up to $6.00 on
weekends. Apply at 1701 Plymouth Rd.
North Campus laza. 761-1470.
TELEMARKETING. Ourstudents are earn-
ing up to $12/hr. No experience necessary
but good communications skills a musti
Flexible schedules full and part-time. Call
Bob Brooke 482-2003.
TELEPHONE SALES REPS.Eam 5-8 dol-
lars per hour. Mon-Thurs eve. 5:30-8:30, call
973-7766.
WORK FOR ACADEMIC credit or volun-
teer at the Pound HouseChildren's Center
this fall term. Located at Hill and East Uni-
versity. Come over for a visit or call 764-
2547 for more information.
WORK for the Central Student Government.
Work for MSA. Positions open for computer
programmers. Require experience inDBase 3.
Also need students interested in advertising.
Student needed to serveas electionsdirector.
Prefer work study students for all positions but
not required. Call 763-3241 between 9-5 if
interested or come to 3969 Michigan
Union.MSA
More than just a student government.
WORK STUDY STUDENTS - Needed as
lab assistant for orthodontic research. Com-
puter experience. Call 764-4501.
WORK STUDY POSITIONS - Fall/Winter
LS&A Honors office. $5.50/hr. Office Asst.,
flexible hours. Call 747-4482 for more in-
formation.
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APARTMENT~ WANTED IN OCTOBER.
Efficency or 1 bdrm apt, parking& wood
floors p referred. will pay $250 to t295. 662-
6360,995-8877, 1-24-4591. Ask for Will.
APTS. AVAILABLE NOW. A step above.
Fully furnished apts. in the heart of campus.
Call 761-8000.
CAMPUS APT. - GREAT LOCATION!
Large 2 bdrm., free parking, $595 + utilities.
916 Sybil. 434-0024 after 6 p.m.
CAMPUS AREA 6 BEDROOM HOUSE
artially furnished. Laundry and parking.
$1600/mo. 996-9300.
Comfortable furnished room in Bums Park.
Home near UM for quiet student. No smok-
ing. Refridge & TV. $250. 665-7267.
DEXTER AREA. Large 2 & 3 bedroom apts.
Laundry6 parking, $150/mo. and $975/mo.
996-9376.
FURNISHED 2 AND 3 BEDROOM APTS.
near campus. $500/mo. and $900/mo. Possi-
ble 8 month lease. 663-7807 or 665-6895.
GREAT 2-3 bedroom home on old Westside,
lease terms negotiable. Short term preferable.
$850/mo. 995-2494, leave message.
Great Kerrytown 2 BR & study or 3BR Apt.
Parking, laundry & loads of char.
$795/month. Call 434-2350 or 434-5787.
GREAT SINGLE in furnished hs. 2 blks.
from Union. 4-8 mo. Is. laundry & parking.
Nice people. 665-2411 /$65/mo.
HIP/SERENE 1BEDROOM APT. IN THE
TREES. Split level-giant windows-wood
floors-lg. sundeck-laundry-parking-10min.
from cam pusnext to A &Huron River.
Call 665-0985 anytime! How about now?
Large Two Bedroom In A Four Unit Historic
House. Division And Kingsley. Furnished Or
Not. Heat, Water, Cooking Gas Included.
ModemManagement 668-6906.
ON CAMPUS 1 Large Bedroom 1 Block
from Student Activities Bldg. 308 Thompson.
662-0381 663-9051.
ROOM FOR RENT MEN ONLY. Cheap,
inc. parking utilities & laundry room. Close
to campus. all 769-6534.
To pCampus Location. Deluxe Modem Fur-
nished Two Bedroom Apartments. Wilmot
And Observatory. Good or Three To Four
People. AC, Balconies Many Extras. Modem
Management 668-690.
TWO VERY NICE 2 BDRM. APTS. Hard-
wood floors, laundry, $650/mo. and
$750/mo. Neg. 8 mo. lease possible. 996-
9300.
WANTED: ROOMMATE TO SHARE BIG
ROOM IN p rime location house. #611
CatherineSt. 2 blocks from Frieze Bldg. Heat
& water incl. Sept. to May (Sept. free). 769-
7715.
ROOMMATES
1 OR 2 ROOMATES FOR single ordouble
in beautiful 2 bdrm. apt. across from CCRB.
$270 or $410 fully fum. 662-6454.
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed to share
double room in 2-bdrm apt. near Med. Cen-
ter. Rent $190/mo. Mo. to mo. lease. 930-
2661
HOUSEMATE NEEDED: Own Beautiful
room wood floors, laundry, 2 blks. to cam-
pus. Live w/ 6 great women! 662-1199.
MALE 1 BD. apt. Everything new, great
view 1~th floor, $275 + elec. 769-8784
NEED MALE/NON-SMOKER for SINGLE
in 7 bdrm. house. Rent $250 + utilities. FREE
parking available. Call 747-6795.
QUIET clean person to share house. Own
bedr. $175/mo. + util. 663-9131.
ROOMATE NEEDED for large furnished
single in attractive 2-bdrm. condo near cam-
pus/med. center, 747-9215.
SINGLE ROOM in 2 bedroom apt. Very
nice. Must see. $250/mo. 665-2824.

764

,., 1.J L . . . LNU v u u lug _ n
dition. $650. Call Brendan 434-5013.
'79 HONDA ACCORD 5 speed HB, immac-
ulate interior new motor tires brakes
wipers, etc. $1000 or best. 9§6-42'7.b ,
76 VOLARE WAGON! $375 Rough body,
but strong 6-cyl engine 459-1239 (beore 8).
83 Honda Accord 4-door, automatic, A/C,
Alpine Stereo Radio Cassette. Luggage rack,
rear-defrost. $3600. 434-2081, between 6-9
pm.
Camaro '83, PS, PB, Rear Def., AM/FM
Cass. Looks sharp, $3100. 769-6913.
FORD MUSTANG '81 charcoal grey t-
tops,5spd stick, $1900. Call Tony 994-033.
LASER - 1984 CHRYSLER. Exc. cond.
65,000 miles. A/C, CC, automatic.
$3500/BO. Call Linda/leave message 995-
5971.
***A'ITENTION SENIORS***
YEARBOOK PORTRAITS START TO-
DAYon the 2nd floor of the UGLI from 8:30
to 5:00 pm. Call 764-0561 for more info or to
reschedule your appointment.
**TYPING & WORDPROCESSING**
Fast/IBM-WP/laser/campus/Sandi/426-5217
***TTNTONSENIORS** *
YEARBOOK PORTRAITS START TO-
DAYon the 2nd floor of the UGLI from 8:30
to 5:00 pm. Call 764-0561 for more info or to
reschedule your appointment.
**QUALITY TYPING & GRAPHICS
SERVICE**
Fast/low rates/freedelivery/996-9189
*FREE PIANO LESSON!*
Casio rental available. Mike 994-0371.
A-1 TYPING and WORDPROCESSING. On
campus professionals. Rush services. 668-
8898.
BC JAMS
Music of your choice for all occasionsCall
747-7519
FOR ALL YOUR WORD PROCESSING
NEEDS, call Janet at 763-8913.
THE WORDWRIGIIT
**Word processing/typing/editing. Pa-
pers/reports/dissertations/resumes. Laser
printing.* * 662-8977.
TYPING/WORD PROCESSING-Cover
Letters/Reports/Resumes-On Campus. Call
747-7470.

PERSONAL
* * ATTENTION: Supreme Course Tran-
scripts, the LS&A lecture notetaking service,
has the following notes avail. at Alpha-
g raphics Printshops at 715 N. Univ.: Anthro
l t Anhro 161 Anthro368, Astro101/1,
Astro 102/112, Class Civ 101, Class Civ 152,
Comm 103, Comm 320 Econ 201, Econ 202,
Econ 395, Econ 401, teo 101, Geol 100,
Geol 101, Geol 107, Geoff 115, Geol 222,
Ilist 160, list 200, Ilist 332, Ilist 366,
Physics 125, Physics 140, Physics 240 Poli.
Sci. 395, Ph ysiogy 101 Psych 101 Psvcb
171, Psych 331, Psych i68. Call 6 3-6816
for more info.
***A TTENTION SENIORS***
YEARBOOK PORTRAITS START TO-
DAY on the 2nd floor of the UGLI from 8:30
to 5:00pm. Call 764-0561 for more infor or to
reschedule your appointment.
Eighteen to thirty year old people with hy-
pertension are needed to study blood sugar
control and the development of high blood
pressure. The study wiinvolve a few days
of hospitalization and you will be comn
sated $300. For information contact Dr. Roc-
chini or Jane Key at 764-5176.

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U Polic0
Applications are available at MSA 3909
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September 29, 1989! For more information,
cal Susan Langnas, 763-3241, Campus Gov-
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THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE. Certified
holistic practitioner. Debra K. Rozek 663-
7547.
U of M MEN'S BOWLING LEAGUE needs
bowlers. Call 973-2269. Ask for Jerry.
OMPUT R MD"E
COMPUTERS - Student discounts. IBM
Compatibles. Call 747-9400 between 9-5.
LASER PRINTER - Like new. Asking $690.
Call 747-9400, off campus, between 9-5.
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about the University.
Applications due Oct. 6. Available now
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$5.50/hr.
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