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DAILY SOAPS: Was this new character
friend or foe? Bart and Duardo had to find
this out so what better way than to make a
peace offering to the jocuse fellow. "Smoke a
da hooka?" says Duardo, holding out the
pipe. "My name is Reg, and I come from a
land above the ground where plants grow
greenly and the air smells like... like you do.
Yes, iwill gladly accept your offering." So
with a new fearless companion our heros
venture forth toward the horrible evils that
await them in the Bell Tower. Will theyget
there in time to save helpless Molly? And
what of the beautiful Casandra? Will she fall
prey to the grotesque mannerisms of Prof.
fermenting? And how about that black con-
vertible LeBaron. . . who is the blinking,
Pepsi drinking man of justice within and does
he pose a threat to our saviors?
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THE WORDWRIGHT
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HELP WANTED
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candidates for customer
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10-40 hours per week.
$7-$12 starting.
Car needed.
677-2877
ANN ARBOR "Y'S" DAY CAMP Birkett
now accepting applications for camp coun-
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opportunity employer.
APPOINTMENTS ARE NOW BEING
TAKEN for summer staff interviews at
YMCA Storer campsin JacksonMI For
more information, call Tammie ati61-3918.
ASIAN AMERICANS needed for interviews
on video project. Call 996-0425.
BE YOUR OWN BOSS
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motivated people. If you have the courage -
Call our 24 hr. recorded message.351-4462
Business-minded students, do not miss this
opportunity!
CAMP COUNSELORS M/F Outstanding
slim-down camps: tennis, dance, slimnastics,
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GARDENING Help wanted. Call with refer-
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I NEED SUCCESSFUL, DEDICATED
STUDENTS to run their own franchise this
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LOOKING FOR A FRATERNITY, sorority
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marketing project. Must be organized and
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NOW HIRING! Michigan Telefund offers
$6.00-8.00/hour plus bonuses,flexible
evening hours, and terrific experience. Call
998-7420 for more information.
Nuts and Bolts

HELP WANTED
NATIONAL MARKETING FIRM seeks
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hardworking and money motivated. Call Jea-
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ROOM IN EXCHANGE for childcare &
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peted rnn, private 1/2 bath, kitch, shower,
audyprivileges. Livonia. Need person who
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owns car. 649-0321.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well es-
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between 21-40 years of a e and a graduate
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need you. Donors are paid $50 dollars per ac-
ceptable specimen. For further information,
please call 434-4766.
SERVICES FOR Students with Disabilities is
accepting applications for skilled sign lan-
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STAFF NEEDED FOR resort hotel on
Mackinac Island. Includes front desk, night
audit, dining room, kitchen, housekeeping,
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SUMMER JOBS TO SAVE ENVIRON-
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looking for volunteers to lead workshops on
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3/16 at our office - 3100 Michigan Union.
For more info. call 763-5865.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS-
CHEAP DATE lotsa fun. Bowling at Colo-
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LEARN RUSSIAN ON
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The programmes are organized by
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in cooperation with Sigma, a privately
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There will be 2 sessions:
June 8 - July 11 and July 6 - August 8.
Each session includes 80 hrs. of class
work taught by qualified teachers at
the university level plus 20 hrs. of class
discussion, and also excursions in the
area.
COST: 1st SESSION - $2500.
Price includes the course itself,
accomodations with local Russian
families, 3 meals per day, excursions
and all air and land transportation.
COST: 2nd SESSION - $2680.
Price includes all of the above plus
4 days in Moscow.
FOR PRINTED INFORMATION
CALL:
1-800-274-9121
(24 hours a day) and leave your name
and address. You are invited to an
OPEN HOUSE MEETING ON:
Friday, February 23,
between 3:00 and 7:00pm
in the Conference Room at the
Modern Language Building.

L.S.&A. G.S.T.A. TRAINING PROGRAM
come see us to:
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trouble-shoot
explore alternative teaching stragegies
For more information or to set up an appintment.
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VISIT OUR NEW and expanded Art & En-
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COMPUFAIR '90
February 22-23
Michigan Union Ballroom
and
Pendleton Room
Proceeds to the
American Red Cross
Sponsored by the
Interfraternity Council

ANNOUNCEMENTS

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GOLDEN KEY NATIONAL HONOR SO-,
CIETY new member induction and reception.
Tuesday, February 27,7:00 pm
Michigan Union Ballroom.

siarbound
MASS ME E TING
FEBRUARY 26, 1990
7-9 P.M.
In the Henderson Room,
third floor Michigan League
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BACKGROUNDS JOURNAL: Works by
people of color is now accepting poety, short
stones, essays, artwork and one-act ays for
their second issue. Deadline is March 1,
1990. Any questions? Call Curtis (995-
3072) or Darci (764-3973.)

* Stage Crew
* Publicity
* Sponsors

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tO COMPARE THEIR
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LSAT:

GMAT:

9 points
90 points

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JRE: 230 points
average score improvements

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THMEY DECLINED.
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he
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" Develop Comprehensive Exam Strategies
- Review Videotapes for Additional Practice
Achieve the LSAT Score You Need
with EXCEL
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Test Preparation
996-1500 1100 South University

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ANT YOU!

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NIGHT
WITH DJ TOM SIMONIAN
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NIGHT
9:30PM

FOR MORE INFO CALL 763-1107
FOR RENT
**ALL TOP CAMPUS LOCATIONS**
The finest campus properties. Rooms, effi-
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Pick up our listing at the Housing Office.
Modem Management 668-6906/663-3641.
Call between 9 & 5, 7 days a week.
FALL 1990
Three or Four Bedroom units,
for 5 or 6 people.
2 each - back on the market.
High quality - by appointment.
Stop by
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665-8825

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UDAILY
ACROSS
11 Chicago airport
6 'Develop
10:Patty, the golfer
14 Actress Erin
15 Incarnation of
Vishnu
16 Susiana
1; ;Stop, nautically
16 Ancient lyre
19,Tops
2tMr. Fixit's
2h Second word of
a fairy tale
23 Small hill
24 Devoured
26 Weakened
30 Singer from
Melbourne
32 - bargain
3;3 Exploit
36 - Park, Colo.
3b Accumulated
41: "He was not
' born -": Shak.
4 Fight
44 Restaurant
* critic Greene
4~ Pass by
4.7 Travels by bus
49 Motivates
51 Fashion writer's
concern
53 Spelunker's
milieu
55 Ptah's bull
56 Clip joint?
62 Accompanied
by
63 Sutherland solo
64 Historic city on
the Nile
Reverberate
66 Flaps
67 Actress Burstyn

CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by ruerMichel Jaffe

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5 Having nothing
left out
6 Lawn
7 Bacon units
8 Melville novel
9 Distorted
10 Place of
transformation
11 One way to
marry
12 Continued
without pause
13 Feds
21 Range of hills
25 Hoosier
humorist
George
and family
26 Restorative
resorts
27 Egyptian
dancing girl
28 - moss
29 Napoleon's
place?
31 Major ending
34 Gambling
chance

36 Domesticate
37 Actor Jannings
38 Puts down, at
bridge
40 Smudge
42 Shade of green
45 Attribute
48 Political
argument
50 Site of Castle
AFB

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A church tax
Demean
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veneration
Inland sea
Store event
Capitol -
City on the Oka
Lily,
the diva

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*CAMPUS MANAGEMENT INC. 2 bdrm
modem furnished apt. Carpeted, garbage di s
posal, laundry & storage, heat, water, &.
p arking. $640/mo. 4 blks to Frieze Bldg-
Near N. Campus Busline Fall 1990 663<
4101.
POST REALTY
SPACIOUS 1 & 2 BEDROOM
MODERN APTS.
CONVENIENTLY LOCATED
ON & OFF CAMPUS LOCATIONS
400 Maynard. Ann Arbor 761-8220:
1127 CHURCH modem 2 bdrm, fum. $840.
Incl. heat, water, new kitchen, Sep-Aug. Jeff
994-3538/Mrs. Weiss 1-626-1175.
2 BDRM APTS avail. May-May & Sept-Au
in mod. bldg 2 blks from law school. $76-,
$800 + elec. 912 Oakland 994-9079.
4 & 6 BEDROOM
CAMPUS HOUSESIAPTS.'
-- Call us at 665-0271 -
SODECO Management
2 BDRM. APT. Huge, lots of closets. In his
toric house near Frieze. New kitchen carpet
Great furniture, lots of windows. Way-May
lease $795- heat incl.- no pets- laundry- Very}
cute 769-1534.
2 BDRM/4 PERSON APT. Very large grea
location, great house. 9 mo. Iease, l050.
Call 761-6092, evenings are best.
3 BDRM. DUPLEX for up to 6 people, w/
fireplace, formal dining room, laundry facili-I
ties & parking. $1395. 663-4101.
3 BDRM. W/ STUDY across from CCRB.
Laundry facilities and parking. Also includes
heat & water. 663-4101.
Rooms, efficiencies, one, two, & three bed-
room a pts. 4, 6, & 8 bedroom houses, fur-
nished/unfumished. Fall leases. Call 994-
9272 9-5, Mon.-Fri. or stop in @ 413 S. Di-
vision, Apt. #1. Richard Vail Co.
ANN ARBOR'S FINEST westside location.
On busline to campus. Ample parking. Luxu-
rious 1 & 2 bdrm. apts. From $450. 930-6644
or 662-9532. 0
ANN ARBOR'S FINEST westside location.
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