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DAILY SOAPs
DAILY SOAPs: Now at Meijer, Bart scours
the aisles to find the necessary "save-the-
girls" equipment: 1 Zebra lI yellow-plastic-
pellet shooter, 3 cans of Silly String (various
colors), Itpair of really dark Risky Business
type sun glasses, 5 sticks of beef jerky, and 2
40oz.'s of Colt 45 Malt Liquor. Armed and
ready, Bart-the-exterminator, mounts his low
rider and heads back to campus to seek and
destroy the evil Dr. Fermenting and Felix the
hunch back. See ya next week, same column,
same paper.
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CAMP COUNSELORS & ACTIVITY spe-
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retardation. Contact Camp Director, 151 N.
Michigan, Suite 200, Toledo, 0)H 43624.
(419) 242-4412.
EARN $300 TO $500 PER week reading
books at home. Call 615-473-7440 ext. 587.
EGGI IEA D DISCOUNT SOFTWARE
Part-time con uter software sales 20-30
hrs./week; $5-6/hr. Retail and/or computer
ex preferred. Call Ron Fredericks @ 769-
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NOW HIRING
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student union. Bonuses, flex.
Resume from a National Corp.
Call Mr. Rush Now.
996-8890
HAIR EXPRESS and Image One Hair and
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stylists for their teams in Ann arbor[ We are
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the desire to learn and advance. A hove aver-
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I1ELP WANTED): Lunch& Playground su-
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Call 971-4633. _
Needed: Tutor for philosophy 355. Grad stu-
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ferred. Call 763-2676.

Clinical
Research
Temporary Position
The Parke-Davis Pharmaceutical
Research Division, Warner-
Lambert Company, has immedi-
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Clinical Data Management De-
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Major duties include review of
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documents.
Qualified applicants must have
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with medical terminology. Es-
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communication and interper-
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SUMMER CAMP POSITIONS
The U of M's Summer positions avail. at
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Catherine, Ann Arbor, MI 48109. tOE/AA.
TELEMARKETER needed for insurance
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skills. 662-5577. Ask for Lynne.

HELP WANTED
TOP-RATED NY STATE COED SLEEP-
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Contact Ron Klein Director Camp Kinder-
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WORK AND LEARN - Work 3 months in a
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Must have completed at least sophomore year
in one of the physical sciences. Applications
are available from: Summer Research Pro-
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
CHEAP DATE lotsa fun. Bowling at Colo-
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
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Congratulates its
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MEN AND WOMEN WITH HIV-INFEC-
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Confidentiality Assured.
Call for more information on date, time and
location. Polly Paulson, University Health
Service at 763-1320 or Jim Toy or illie Ed-
wards, Lesbian-Gale Male Programs Office
763-4186.
COMPUFAIR '90
February 22-23
Michigan Union Ballroom
and
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Proceeds to the
American Red Cross
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Sponsored by the
Interfraternity Council

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TO COMPARE THEIR
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9 points
90 points

GRE: 230 points
average score improvements
NOT SURPRISINGLY,
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BACKGROUNDS JOURNAL: Works by
people of color is now accepting poetry, short
stones, essays,.artwork and one-act plays for
their second issue. Deadline is March 1,
1990. Any questions? Call Curtis (995-
3072) or Darci (764-3973.)
The University
Activities Center is
accepting applications
for President
V.P. Finances
V.P. Human Reasources
V.P. Programming
V.P. Promotion
V.P. Publicity
for 1990-91.
APPLY NOW!!
Applications due
FEB 19 at 5:00
Pick up your application at 2105
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director Bob
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mother's side
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24 Iowa State site
26 In the midst of
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31 Musical
composition
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37 Bewail
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40 Benedict
Arnold's crime
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novel
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positively
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Arno
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garment
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craft
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7 Hood or
Olympus
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12 Norman
Vincent
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14 RBIs etc.
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wrinkles

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Spain
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