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DAILY SOAPs
DAILY SOAPs: Our "fearless" group of
heros, Bart, Duardo, and Reg, moved like
dogs in heat toward their destination: the Bell
Tower. But they were interupted: "Hey you
guys, what have you been doing?" asked the
man driving the black convertible. Bart,
spokesperson for the Three Mouseketeers,
gave the always eloquent response, "You're
freakin' out d u d e." This young law-abiding
business school student would not stop our
heros from serving justice. They just ignored
him and kept on going. 50 yards from the
Bell Tower they were when screams so terri-
fying (Duardo had tocover his ears) came
thundering from above. Reg, the most para-
noid of the three, said, "NO way am I going
up there." Would they never make it to the
Tower? Or would they joumey onward,
denyin their fears and thinking about reward
money.
HELP WANTED
*****STUDENT PAINTERS***** Eam at
least $2500-$3500 this summer! Painters and
foremen wanted. Experience helpful, not
necessary, M/F. Positions available in the
following areas: Ann Arbor, Milford, Union
Lake, Walled Lake - 995-8741; Flint and
Kalamazoo - 1-800-543-3792 Birmin ham -
663-8449" Lansing - 764-7685 FUN IN THE
SUN FOA $$$.
A THLETES
National corp. needs
competitive and articulate
candidates for customer
sales & services.
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-
selors and'swn minstructors. Camp runs from
June 18 to Aug. 24. Apply at the Ann Arbor
"Y", 350 S. fifth Ave. 663-0536. An equal
opportunity employer.
APPOINTMENTS ARE NOW BEING
TAKEN for summer staff interviews at
YMCA Storer camps in Jackson MI. For
more information, call Tammie at '61-39 18.
ASIAN AMERICANS needed for interviews
on video project. Call 996-0425.
BE ON T.V. many needed for commercials.
Now hiring all ages. For casting info. Call
(615) 779-7111 Ext. T-797.
BE YOUR OWN BOSS
10 Part-time postions avail. for aggressive,
motivated people. If ou have the courage -
Call our 24 hr. recorded message.35 1-4462
Business-minded students, do not miss this
opportunity!
CAMP COUNSELORS M/F Outstanding
slim-down camps: tennis, dance, slinnastics,
WSI, athletics, nutrition/dietetics. Age 20+,
7 weeks. Camp Camelot on Univ. Cam-
puses, Mass., Penn., Calif. Contact: Michele
Friedman 947 Hewlett North Woodmere,
NY 11581, 1-800-421-4121.
EARN $300 TO $500 PER week reading
books at home. Call 615-473-7440 ext. 587.

- HELP WANTED
EASY WORK! EXCELLENT PAY!
Assemble products at home. Call for infor-
mation. 504-649-0670 Ext. 2085.
GARDENING Help wanted. Call with refer-
ences. 663-9338.
I NEED SUCCESSFUL, DEDICATED
STUDENTS to run their own franchise this
summer. Eam an average of $7500 and gain
invaluable business experience. Call 1-800-
543-3792.
OVERSEAS JOBS. $900-2000/mo. Summer,
yr. round. All countries, all fields. Free info.
Write IJC, PO Box 52-M101, Corona Del
Mar, CA 92625.
PHOTO LAB - EARN $5/11R. & leam color
& density. Photo knowledge a must. Skills in
chemistry, engineering, accounting or pro-
gramming useful. May 1 - Sept. 1. Photofast,
Birmingham, MI, 644 -3278 (ask for John or
Barb or Ed).
RESEARCH VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:
healthy males 18-55, may qualify for medi-
cation research studies. Research volunteers
are paid for participation. Call Sally
McKenna or Liz Vasher at 996-7051, Mon-
day- Friday (8am-3 ). Parke-Davis, Com-
munity Research Clinic 2800 Plymouth
Rd.,Ann Arbor, Mi. 48105.
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 aid $50 dollars per ac-
ceptable specimen. For further information,
please call 434-4766.
WIN A HAWAIIN VACATION
OR BIG SCREEN TV
PLUS RAISE UP TO $1,400
IN JUST10 DAYS!
Objective: Fundraiser
Commitment: Minimal
Money: Raise $1,400
Cost: Zero Investment
Campus organizations, clubs, frats,
sororities call
OCMC
at 1(800)932-0528/
1(800)950-8472 ext. 10.

HELP WANTED
SERVICES FOR Students with Disabilities is
accepting applications for skilled sign lan-
guage nterpreters. Contact Joan E. Smith
STUDENT PAINTERS IS LOOKING FOR
students to manage their own business this
summer. Eam great money working in your
home town. We need people in most cities
including Grosse Pointe, Farmington, Grand
Rapids Rolland Toledo, Livonia, Plymouth,
etc. Call 1-800-5'43-3792.
SUBJECTS NEEDED FOR COMPUTER
learng study. $5/hr. Alex 763-6035.
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT at Cam pWest-
minster on Higgins lake. Experienced. Police
clearance, high school diploma, state I.D. &
social security card required. Apply to: Camp
Secretary, Westminster Church of Detroit,
17567 Hubbell, Detroit, MI 48235.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED. UM Sexual As-
sault Prevention and Awareness Center is
looking for volunteers to lead workshops on
acquaintance rape prevention or to staff a 24-
hour phone line. Applications available 2/19-
3/16 at our office - 3100 Michigan Union.
For more info. call 763-5865.
STUDENT SERVICES
**TYPING & WORDPROCESSING**
Fast/IBM-WP/laser/campus/Sandi/426-5217
!!!TUTORS AVAILABLE!!!
Total tutoring has tutors in all subject areas.
Call 930-1687 or 769-8420 for more info.
Experience the total difference!

STUDENT SERVICES
SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS, SENIORS
GRADUATE Students. Establish credit now!
Call Mohamed 764-1099.
THE WORDWRIGHT
**Word processing/typing/editing.
Papers/reports/dissertations/resumes.
Laser printing.**662-8977.
TYPING PROFESSIONAL, quick & reason-
able. M-F, 9am-6pm; S-S noon-8pm. Close
to camnu Chritine at 99 -9645

Prepare NOW for the
June 11th LSAT
Early Classes begin Thurs. Mar.
15th & conclude before finals
Next classes begin Sat. April 4th
- Learn to Anticipate the Exam's Thinking
" Improve Your Reasoning & Formal Logic
Skills
' 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
**THESIS AND DISSERTATION**
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GOING PLACES
EUROPE SPECIALS: Amsterdam fr.
$449;Frankfurt fr. $449; Glasgow fr. $469;
London fr. $379; Paris fr. $469. Intemational
Student/Faculty cards $10. Regency Travel
665-6122. Ask for Dan or Deb.
FLORIDA KEYS CONDO. March 24 to 31,
$450. Call 663-0548.
FOR YOUR LOWEST OVERSEAS AIR-
FARES ask for Student Travel Network,
800-365-1929.
ORIENT SPECIALS: Bangkok fr. $967;
Hong Kong fr. $887; Osaka fr. $919; Seoul
fr. $865 Singaporefr. $999" Taipei fr. $845.
REGENCY RAVEL 66.-6122. Ask for
Dan or Deb.
RIDE IN STYLE & PAY LESS than the De-
troit Airport commuter van for groups of 3-7.
$40 ea. way - door to door lImo. Regency
Travel 665-6122. Ask for Vivian or David.
STUDENT TRAVEL BREAKS at STAMOS
TRAVEL
For best Europn/Greece airfares. We're at
Kerrytown Ma 1. Call us *663-4400.
X-SKI, SNOW-SHOE, OUTDOOR SPA!
"Colorado" atmosphere. Small log cabin re-
sort. $38-$58 nightly. 10 min. from Traverse
City. 616-276-9502. Call 9-5.
Roundtrip air + 7 nights hotel
$295 HACIENDA
$359 SOLYMOR (BEACH FRONT)
CALL BILL NOW AT
761-1681
DAYTONA BEACH SPRING BREAK
Thunderbird Motel (right on the beach),
$129(without bus), $214 (with bus).
Contact Steve at 930-6547.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
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TUES. FEB. 27,7:00 PM
Michigan Union Ballroom
HASH BASH SHIRTS - the original!
Available now outside Baskin Robbins.
Get them while they lashl
"This toke ain't no joke!"

ANNOUNCEMENTS
WANTED: APPLICANTS for Michigan"
Honey Queen Pageant at MSU 320/90. Ages
17-21. Prizes $500 scholarship & trip to Aln,
abama. Call (313) 634-7017.

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Achieve Your Maximum
Score with EXCEL
* 6 Class Sessions focus on the actual
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- Video-taped Lessons for Additional
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- Quality Instruction with Affordable
Tuition
Classes for the April 21st GRE
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Test Preparation
996-1500 1100 South University
---TOTAL TYPING---
Total tutoring does do typing!!! Best rates in
town! Call 930-1687 or 769-8420.
A-1 TYPING and WORDPROCESSING. On
cam pus professionals. Rush services. 668-
8898.
A-l 8WORD PROCESSING- Variety of pro-
grams. Fast service. On campus. 668-889
ABANDON YOUR SEARCH and lets not be
sexist! Call Pete the Dustman for your house
cleaning chores, bonded and insured. Call
677-0180.
BETH'S COMPUTER TYPING
N. Campus 930-6679.
Do you need a SPANISH TUTOR?
Call Julie, 769-5450.
FOR ALL YOUR WORD PROCESSING
NEEDS, call Janet at 763-8913.

BACKGROUNDS JOURNAL: Works by
people of color is nowaccepting poetryshort
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.)
MORTAR BOARD
Mortar Board Senior
Honor Society is
selecting new members!
Applications available
in Honors Office (1210
Angell Hall) to Juniors
with at least a 3.3 GPA.
Apply Now!
Deadline: March 14
CHEAP DATE lotsa fun. Bowling at Colo-
nial Lanes. 1956 S. Industrial Hwy.

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SUMMER JOB INTERVIEWS
Average eamings $3900. University Directo-
ries, the nation s largest publisher of campus
telephone directories, hires over 200 college
students for their summer sales program. Top
eamings $5000 - $8000. Gain valuable expe-
rience in advertising, sales and public rela-
tions selling yellow page advertisig for your
cam pus telephone directory. Positions also
available in other university markets. Ex-
pense paid training program in Chapel 1ill,
NC. Looking for enthusiastic, goal-oriented
students for challengin g,well- a ing summer
jobs. Intemships may be avail.terviews on
cam pus Thurs., March 15. Sign up at The Ca-
reer Planning and Placement Center.
SUMMER JOBS TO SAVE ENVIRON-
MENT
Eam $2500-$350ONational Campaign posi-
tions to pass Clean Air Act, stop toxic pollu-
tion, tightenpesticide controls, & promote
comprehensive recycling. Available in 18
States & DC. Interviews on cam us 2/28 &
3/14. Call Kate toll-free at 1-800-95-EARTIH.
Universal Publications is seeking high quality
people to assist in the delivery of the Washt-
enaw County Area Phone Directory. Delivery
Crews are needed for Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti,
Chelsea, Dexter, Manchester, Saline,
Brighton, Hamburg Lakeland, Pickney,
Whitmore Lake, Milan, South Lyon,
Belleville and Plymouth. Pay is by the book
and address. Hard working individuals can
make $7.00 dollars per hour plus. Apply from
9:00 am to 4:00 pm at Universal Publications,
2000 Hogback Road #7 Ann Arbor. Work
will begin on or about Miarch 8. Vehicle and
insurance required. Warehouse and Verifica-
tion Operators are also needed, pay is by the
hour.

GET DOWN TO
BUSINESS WITH THE
BEST IN TEST PREP.
Only Kaplan offers free
refresher math lessons and
business school admis-
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S, UP LAN
STANLEY H. KAPLAN EDUCATIONAL CENTER LTD..
JUNE GMAT
Class begins March 19th
REGISTER NOW TO ASSURE YOUR PLACE 1
203 E. Hoover 662-3149
TYPING! Fast professional, and complete
service. 572-9332.
YPS WORD PROCESSING PROFES-
SIONAL Service on Campus. Open Evenings
& Weekends. Term Papers, C over Letters,
Envelopes. 747-7470.
GOING PLACES
$118 ANYWHERE IN THE USA ON
NORTHWEST airlines! Bring your NWA
voucher and AMEX card. Call REGENCY
TRAVEL, 665-6122,ask for Ann or David.

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This & Every Thursday 10 P.M.
Live Bands - Info call 763-110 7
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FOR MORE INFO CALL 763-1107
by Judd Winick

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FOR RENT
**ALL TOP CAMPUS LOCATIONS**
The finest campus properties. Rooms, effiL
ciencies, 1, 2, 3 bedrooms. We'll personally
escort you through our quality properties.
Pick up our listing at the Housin Office.
Modem Mana ement 668-6906/663-3641.
Call between9& 5, 7 days a week.
4 & 6 BEDROOM
CAMPUS HOUSES/APTS.'
-- Call us at 665-0271 --
SODECO Management
**HILL STREET**
2 & 3 br. apartments in older houses
665-5620.
*CAMPUS MANAGEMENT INC. 2 bd
modem fumished apt. Carpeted, garbage di
posal, laund ry& storage, heat, water,
parking. $640/mo. 4 blks to Fneze Bld
Near N. Campus Busline Fall 1990 66
4101. S
1127 CHURCH modem 2 bdrm, fum. $840.1
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. $7
$800 +elec.912 Oakland 994-9079.
2 BDRM. APT. Huge, lots of closets. In his
toric house near Frieze. New kitchen, carpet
Great fumiture, lots of windows. May-Maya
lease $795- heat inc.- no pets- laundry- Ver"
cute 769-1534.
2 BDRM/4 PERSON APT. Very large ORa.
allocation, _great house. 9 mo. lease, 602 veig rebs.14
Cal 761-6092 evenigs are bst.s,
3 BDRM. DUPLEX for up to 6 people, w
fireplace, formal dining room, laundry facil*
ties &parking. $1395.63-41 01.
3 BEDROOM HOUSE w/study, short ten
lease now till Aug. 15, parking, garage
laun ry,.fenced yard. $500. 662550
3,4, & 5 BEDROOM houses and apartmentsO
All in older homes near campus. Laundry and,
parking. 996-9300.
350 THOMPSON STREET one block from
the Diag in the heart of Central Campus. One
bedroom and efficiency apartments are avail-
able for Fall 1990 leasing. Security system,!
laundry facilities, and prime location!!. New
contemporary furmiture and gray carpeting in
all units. Sorry...no parking. For an appoint-k
ment to see our remaining apartments, call
Heather, Judy, or. Cari-Ann at Oppenheimer'
Property Mgt. 995-5575.

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