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DAILY SOAPs: After an adventurous spring
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Duardo the Hooka Pipe Smoker, Rankin Reg,
and The Butcher - met upon the stairs of the
Bell Tower. In case you forgot, these guys
are on a mission from Jah to save little Molly
Gooddoer and the beautious Casandra who
are being held captive by Felix the Hunch-
back in the Bell Tower and Prof. Fermenting,
respectively. But along the way up the
Tower the encounter a "ferocious spinning
ojct.'Whirling like Duardo's head on a
Sunday morning the spinning object begins
its attack on our heroes. But Butch, who fears
nothing, si.nply removes his biscuit-do and
throws at the anta onist with Ninja like re-
flexes. Io and behold, the spinning object
stops dead in its track and reveals itself... Is
it friend or foe? Man or half-pint?
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AN ALTERNATIVE
GREENPEACE ACTION is seeking intelli-
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outreach canvass. The canvass raises funds,
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HELP WANTED
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
earnings $5000 - $8000. Gain valuable expe-
nence in advertising, sales and public rela-
tions selling yellow page advertising for your
campus telephone directory. Positions also
available in other university markets. Ex-
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students for challenging, well-paying summer
jobs. Internships may be avail. Interviews on
campus Thurs., March 15. Sign up at The Ca-
reer Planning and Placement Center.
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,
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and address. Hard working individuals can
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hour,
STUDENT SERVICES
**TYPING& r WORDPROCESSING**

STUDENT SERVICES
TYPING PROFESSIONAL, quick & reason-
able. M-F, 9am-6pm; S-S, noon-8pm. Close
to campus. Christine at 996-9645.
TYPING/ EDITING
761-8842
YPS WORD PROCESSING PROFES-
SIONAL Service on Campus. Open Evenings
& Weekends. Term Papers, over Letters,
Envelopes. 747-7470.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

ORGANIZER WANTED- the Graduate Em-
ployees Organization (GEO) seeks to hire an
organizer to organize & lead shop
(departmental) meetings, attend Steering
Committee & Member ship mtgs., educate
membership on GEO contract history, &
recruit stewards & leaders. Position requires
communication & organizational skills &
good working knowle ge of U-M & prob-
lems faced by graduate students. Grad stu-
dent preferred. Pay will be .40 fraction &
candidacy tuition for Spr. or Summer '90 to
winter '91. Call GEO at 995-0221.
OVERSEAS JOBS. $900-2000/mo. Summer,
round. All countries all fields. Free info.
W'rite UJC, P0 Box 52-M101, Corona Del
Mar, CA 92625.
PART-TIME SALES HELP NEEDED
Egghead Discount Software is looking for
part-time sales help in its Novi, Dearr,
and Farmington stores. Retail and/or com-
uter exeience preferred. 15-25 hrs./week.
4 - $6Kiour. Call Ron Fredericks @ 769-
8133.
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
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.
SERVICES FOR Students with Disabilities is
accepting applications for skilled sign lan-
Suage interpreters. Contact Joan E. Smith
63-3000.
SITERS WANTED FOR 7 ms. & 5 yr. old
girls. Own trans. $4/hr. Primarily nights &
weekends. Call 995-2814/evenings.
SUMMER JOB INTERVIEWS
Average earnings $3900. University Directo-
ries, tie nation s largest publisher of campus
telephone directories, hires over 200 college
stu or their summer sales pro gram. Top
earnings $5000 - $8000. Gain valuable expe-
rience in advertising, sales, and public rela-
tions selling yellow page advertising for your
camp ephone dirtory. Positions also
available in other university markets. Ex-
pense paid training program in Chapel Hill,
NC. Looking for enthusiastic, goal-oriented
students for challenging, well- a ing summer
jobs. Internships may be avail. Interviews on
campus Thurs., March 15. Sign up at The Ca-
reer lanning and Placement Center.
SUMMER JOBS
All Land/Water Sports
Prestige Children's Camps
Adirondack Mountains near Lake Placid
Call 1-800-343-8373
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Needed For fardiras at U M
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This & Every Thursday 10 P.M.
Live Bands - Info call 763-1107
The University Activities Center
our new officers
Sarah Jackson - Presidet?
Michael DeGuzman - VP Publify
Dawn Gallo VP Programming
Karl Kutinsky -VP Human esource
Joe MerqndinQ - VP Fi *e
Kevin Sandler- VP Promotion
FOR RENT
**ALL TOP CAMPUS LOCATIONS**
The finest campus properties. Rooms, effi-
ciencies, 1, 2, 3 bedrooms. We'll personally
escort you through our quality properties.
Pick up our listing at the Housing Office.
Modem Management 668-6906/663-3641.
Call between 9 & 5, 7 days a week.
4 bb * guot for 5
on Hill near Washtenaw.
It's all new-carpet,
Kitchen, 2 baths -Great
Furniture, Dshwshr,
Ldry, no pets, $1400,
May to May Lease.
769-1534.
**HILL STREET**
2 & 3 br. apartments in older houses
665-5620.
*CAMPUS MANAGEMENT INC. 2 bdrm
modem furnished apt. Carpeted, garbage dis-
posal, laundry & storae, heat, water, &
garking. $640]/mo. 4 b ks to Frieze Bldg.
4ear N. Campus Busline Fall 1990 663-
4101.
*SUPERIOR 6 BR. HOUSE: New caret,
baths & kitchen, lots of parking, free launry,
price reduced, May Lease. 485-8225.
1 LG. BDRM. CONDO - 2 blks from cam-
pus. Great view, security modem bldg. $725
includes heat and water. 095-8450.
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. $72-
$800 + elec. 912 Oakland 994-9079.
3 BDRM. DUPLEX for up to 6 people, w/
fireplace, formal dining room, laundry facili-
ties & parking. $1395. 663-4101.
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 furniture and gray carpeting in
all units. Sorry...no parking. For an appoint-
ment to see our remaining apartments, call
Heather, Judy, or Ca-Ann at Oppenheimer
Property Mgt. 995-5575.
5 & 6 BEDROOM HOUSES & APTS. Call
David Copi 663-5609.
5 BDRM. BI-LEVEL APT., 2 full baths,
dishwasher, microwave, central air, alarm
system, rkg. & lndry. facilities. 1/2 block to
Diag. $1995. 663-4101.
5 BEDROOM HOUSE. Furn., washer-dryer,
fireplace, parking. $1800. 662-3547.
6 BDRM. HOUSE ON N. THAYER. MOD-
ERN HOUSE w/ 3 full baths, 2 studies, off-
street parking, 2 fridges, microwave, & free
laundry. Sept. to Sept. lease. Comfortable
living at a great pnce. Call Ken at 996-9061
any time.
6 BDRM. UNIT in duplex. Walk or bike to
campus or medical center. 6 bdrms., living
room, dining room, study, kitchen, free laun-
dry dishwasher, microwave, new carpets,
parking, no pets. $1690 plus utilities. 663-
5861.
6 BDRM. UNIT on East U. near Hill. May-
May lease, summer sublet guarenteed. Fire
place, 2 baths, dishwasher, microwave, free
laundry, prkg., no pets. 663-5861.
6 BDRM. UNIT 2 blocks from Law Library.
June-June lease. Newly renovated, fireplace,
2 baths, no pets. 663-5861.

FOR RENT
APARTMENTS-1, 2, 3, bedrooms. 915 S.
Division across from IM Building. Modem
bldg, fumished, balconies, security entrance,
laundry on-site, off street tenant parking, a/c,
heat and water included. Also available I &
2 bedroom May-May leases. FOR LEASING
INFO call 665-4700.
APTS. FOR FALL- some May-May eff. 1, 2
and 3 bedrm. Close to cam pus. Furnished or
unfumnished. Pkg.& ldry. 662-5500.
ATRACTIVE 3 BEDROOM FURNISHED
lake front home. 15 min. to campus. Sept-
May. $875 + utilities. 663-7197.
ATTRACTIVE FURNISHED ROOM in pri-
vate home. Burns Park-campus. Available
May. 663-7197.
AVAIL. MAY OR SEPT.
CENTRAL OR MEDICAL CAMPUS.
1 or 2 bdrm. apts. most in modern bldg s.with
laundry, parking, A/C, etc. No pets. 0anon
Properties. 769-2255.
AVAILABLE MAY. Fum. condo to share
with me. Util. incl. $400 Nicole 485-8931.
AVAILABLE May 1 3 bedrm w/ finished
attic. Garage & natural woodwork. $1375 w/
heat paid. 662-5500 MRM.
BILEVEL APTS. FOR RENT
I & 2 bed, on Central Campus, one block to
School of Education. $675-1040. 747-7258.
BY BUSINESS SCHOOL
Lovely 2 and 3 bdm. apts. in geat older
houses for 3 and 4 people. Avail. on May
leases. 665-5620.
CAMPUS.AREA
Now leasing for
Spring & Fall 1990
Efficiencies, 1 2 & 3 Bedrooms
Furnished & Unfurmished
8& 12month leases
Listings at
U of M Off Campus Housing
or
Wilson White Company, Inc.
150S. Fifth Ave. Suite 200
995-9200
Member Ann Arbor Apartment Association
Equal Housing Opportunity
CAMPUS AREA - 4-bedroom fumished a.
$1280/mo. all utilities included. Laundry fa-
cilities, parking SeptSept lease, non-smok-
ers only. 973-5499.
CAMPUS LOCATIONS
Fall rentals * Fine campus apartments
Rooms, efficiencies, 12,3 bedrooms
Lease references 96-1444.
CAMPUS-HOSPITAL-RACKHAM-
BURNS PARK
Fall rental lease $270-$660. 1 or 2 person,
no pets, reerences. 665-4986.
EFF., 1 BDRM., & 2 BDRM. APTS. Fall
lease, 503 Elm, 618 & 624 Packard. Near
campus. Also 1 bdrm. available in May at
618 Packard. Call 747-6895.
EFFICIENCY 1 BLK. from campus.
$400/mo. Sept. lease. Parking & util. mcl.
119 N. Thayer 996-1896. Leave message.
FALL - modem, furnished 1 & 2 bdrms. Air,
parking balcony. 1412 Geddes, near CCRB,
914 S. tate, near Law School. 429-4335 or
451-1074.
FALL RENTAL. Charming, older home con-
sisting of two 3 bedroom apartments that can
be combined for a large group. Near Kerry-
town, and convenient to central campus & the
medical center. Fireplace, large dining room,
dishwasher, lots of parking. all 668-6906.
FULLER AT STATE: Large 2 bedroom, bal-
conies, heat pkn glaundry storage lockers.
$660/mo. 6 3-6829 or 1-52-1767.
FURN RM IN BEAUTIFUL LAKE FRONT
HOME. Avail now-5/31. 70/wk. 280/mo.
663-7197.
HOUSE FOR RENT
2 bed, 1 bath, study loft wash/dry, dish-
washer, on site rkaS . s950, N. Ashley.
LARGE ROOM in 4 bedroom at. Historic
house close to campus 996-1543 996-4869.
MAY & SEPT. 3 & 4 bedroom furnished
apts. Central Campus at 931 Greenwood,
with lots of parking & fair rents. Call Karl at
769-6054.
NEW ON MARKET! Gorgeous 7 bedroom
house on State at Packard. 2 baths parking,
W/D DW., nicely furnished. OAKLAN
MARAGEMENT 761-7491.
PACKARD AT HILL, across from South
Quad. Modern, sleek, 2 bdrm. units, suitable
for 3, in this excellent campus location. Fur-
nished, lndry, prkng. Heat & water inc.
Modem Management 668-6906.
SAVE FALL LEASES SAVE
832 Packard, 323 Packard, 813-819 S. Main
912 Brown, 121 E. Hoover & 921 S. Main. I
bdrm range from $440-$525. 2 bdrm range
from $ $695.Ma & Aug.leases avail-
able. 662-4446.
SPACIOUS 5 BDRM HOUSE on Miller 2
blks from Main. May-May. 112 baths. Big
kitch & liv rm. Free parking & laundry, pets
ok. Call Michelle 996-30
VERY NICE lbdrm 2 person furn apt. May-
Ma $400 715 Arbor. Susan Carlson 475-
98I7.
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JUGGLERS, GOOFBALLS, ETC
Needed For Afardifras at U M
For some portion of 4/4-7
Come one come all and
Micfiiqs may make it worth

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Needed ForProduction Of
The Bst Lt/e WhofrDse
Intexas.
Call UCfior m einfo
763-1107
CAMP COUNSELORS M/F Outstanding
slim-down camps: tennis, dance, slinmnastics,
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, 1-800-421-4321.

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campus professionals. Rush services. 668-

your while!
for more info.

Call 763-1107

VISIT OUR NEW and expanded Art & En-
gpineering Department. Michigan Book &
Supply, corner of State and N. University.

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

ACROSS
1 Rear
eE*to (takes
care of)
1 Command to
Dobbin
13 Comic Fred
14 Less unruly
16 Fled
1- Blanched
18 Greeththe day
14 "Bright =-
button"
20 Brother's wife
22 Snood
23 They are often
split
24 Word with East,
West or
America
26 Declare
29 Author Ambler
30 Iota
31 Actor George
35 Namesakes
of a nymph
38 Items on tap
40 Heroic tales
42 It has a string
attached?
43 Cowboy, at
times
45 Arboreal
primate
47 Chaney
48 Come together
50 Repaired
52 Wall Street
figure
54 Inner
contentment
56 Ignited
57 Aunt's child
62 Alas, in Mainz
AlAA11 nrnff

5 Makes beloved
6 Flightsof steps
7 Merits
8 Jannings or
Ludwig
9 Street or seed
10 Offspring's
offspring
11 Atelier support
12 Growing
outward
15 Fix an electrical
device
21 Ceremonies
25 A Smothers
brother
26 Slightly open
27 Fly without an
instructor
28 Dad's second
wife
32 "Sleepy
Time -"
33 Stone or Iron
34 Take it on
the -
36 Western
Indian
37 Transmit

39 Look for
41 Poison ivy's
cousin
44 Shortened a
sail
46 Flinches
49 Erie and Huron
51 Nerve cell
52 Paul Newman
film: 1989

53 Kitchen utensil
54 Biblical
song
55 Miss Kett
and others
58 --poly
59 Kind of palm
60 Chariot's way
61 Aviary
residence

Casino Dealers
Needed For -lardigras at U M
MASS MEETING
MARCH 22 at 7:30
Union Ballroom
Call 763-1107 for more info.

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ABANDON YOUR SEARCH and lets not be
sexist! Call Pete the Dustman for your house
cleaning chores, bonded and insured. Call
677-0180.

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FALL 1990
Three or Four Bedroom units,
for 5 or 6 people.
2 each - back on the market.
High quality - by appointment.
Stop by
campus rentals, ltd.
1335 South University
TO PICK UP AN UPDATED BROCHURE.
665-8825

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BETH'S COMPUTER TYPING
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FOR ALL YOUR WORD PROCESSING
NEEDS, call Janet at 763-8913.
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and Craftsmen
Needed For Mardiras at U M
Wares to be displayed
or sold April 4-7 in the
Union
SPACES ARE LIMITED!!
Union Ballroom
Call 763-1107 for more info.

A GREAT BARGAIN FOR FALLI Packard
@McKinley - super spacious, 2 bdrn apts
ffr3 or 4 people near the athletic field, but
still just a short walk to central campus. Up-
graded Fall '89 w/ new carpet & furnishings.
Laundry, parking, heat & water included.
Modem Mvanagement 668-6906.
A-1 LOCATION, State & Packard, 6 bdrms,
2 baths, attic study room, hardwood floor,
furnished. Glass-in porch, off-st. parking,
May lease. Call 459-6914.
ABSOLUTELY PERFECT HOUSE avail-
able for May 90 - May 91. All hardwood
floors, original woodwork, fireplace
screened-in back porch, newly remodeled
kitchen with dishwasher. Dining room has
French doors with beveled glass. 3 remodeled
bathrooms with bidet. Great closet space and,
storage, laundry room and private parking.
Never rented to students before. We are
looking for a group of discriminating students
who appreciate iJving in spacious, quality
surroundings. Call Judy or Heather at Op-
penheimer Property Mgt. 995-5575.
A CT NOW TO SEE what is available for
Spring leases (ay thru August) at 350
Thompson, Gdes Hill, and Park Plaza.
Contemporary furniture, gray carpetin and
uality surroundings is what you will find in
all of our buildings. Laundry facilities, and
security systems along with the best campus
locations. Call Judy or Heather at Oppen-
heimer Prooertv Mt. 995-5575.

Fall 1990, one yr. lease, 6 bdrm, furn..His-
toric house in Old 4th Ward Hist. District. 1
1/2 blocks to Frieze. Living rm dining m
eat-in kitchen. Washer/dryer, dishwasher
ano, carpeting, outdoor asril, picnic table,
parking. No pets. Call 663-5102.
DON'T GET STUCK
Get rid of your
house or apartment
in The Michigan Daily
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