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CLASSIFIED ADS

SUBLET
LOOKING FOR A ROOMMA"II:!?
Spr/Sum. I bk from CCRB and Prkg Rent
neg. Female only. Call Melissa 668-4607.
MAY THIRU AUGUST 2 BDRM. Air, great
location, rent neg. 996-5844, Katie.
MAY-AUG Large furnished room in nice
house. Parking, laundry, cable TV, deck,
quiet area on Packard. Dave 663-5993.
MAY-AUG SUBLET. Large room, furn, in
3BR apt. Packard St 4 blks South of State.
Women only. Off-St parking. Rent $150 incl
utilities. Valerie 769-2913.
MAY-AUG, 1 bdrm. in 2 bdrm. N. Campus.
Fum, pool, tennis. Balcony pkng.
W $250/mo./neg. Call 994-0412, Dennis.
MAY-AUG. 1-3 females. Right behind
CCRBon Geddes. A/C, Idry heat/elec. incl.
Must rent-rent neg. Call 9946619.
MAY-AUG. HUGE 2 BDRM. (for 4) A,
prkg., 1001 S. Forest, $400 neg. 996-3'09.
MAY-AUG. I BDRM. in huge 2 bdrm. apt.
Parking, A/C, 2 baths, space or 2, fum. 995-
4054.
MAY-AUG. Lg. 3 bdrm. apt. A/C, pkg.,
wash/dry, 5 mm. to Diag. 66-647.
MAY-AUG., 2 BDRM. prkg. AC. dish-
washer, 925 Church, $2 fiirm. 096-309.
MAY-AUGUST. Huge, private room in
'ouse on Ta ppan, nearH1ll.igh tceilings,
fur., pk., $50/mo. Includes utils., Fermles
only.a 995-1735.
NEEDED: 2 for SPR/SU, 1 for summer
Sublet. Big house on comer of Packard &
dill. Call 995-1184 $175-Great Roommates!
NEW 1 BDRM. PRIME location & view:
720 State (across Law Quad) for female. Fur-
nished, air, parking, washer/dryer, Call 761-
7055 or drop by Apt. 101.
PRETTY, SPACIOUS APT. Spring - Sum-
mer sublet. Own room ol. Reasonable.
Near central Ann Arbor. u 668-8249.
SHARE A ROOM this summer--Air cond.--
located across from Rackham. Nice price.
Call 668-2970. Leave message.
SINGLE RM for 1-2 people house next door
to CCRB free prking, washer/dryer rent eg.
Call 930-6220.
SP/SU- Spacious 3 bdrm. apt. for 3-5, 1 1/2
baths, air, dshwshri pkg, furn'd, lofts incl,
patio. $700 neg. 76*-1604.
SPACIOUS
Spring/Summer Sublet!
Lg. one bdrm.-bi-level near
Campus Corner & IM Building.
Water heat, and parking paid for.
New ?umiture! Airconditioning!
Laundry facilities in building
5 minutes from Union. Call 769-0008.
- VERY REASONAIBLE
.SPR*SUM-1 bdnn in 2 bdrm. apt. Pkg.,
idry., fum. $235/neg. CINDY*761-9850.
SPR/SU SUBLET: 2 bdrm. common mn
kitchen, bath., pets allowedrpikg, lndry:
large windows, oak trimmin, $525/mo/neg.,
333 S. Div. Apt. 3, 769-2819.
SPR/SUM SUBLET. Large 1 bdrm. apt. one
blk. from Law Quad. Fum., parking, laundry.
Price negotiable 995-3618.
SPR/SUMMER SUBLET 2 bdrm. apt. close
to central campus, pk. laundry new
kitchen, A/C. Rent reasonaile. 930-0567.
SPRING AND SUMMER 2 bedroom - part
of house. 1003 Packard. Great area, rate ne-
gotiable. Call 761-4589.
SPRING ONLY SUBLET female to share 1
bdrm apt fum parkg. Price neg. 996-0169.
SPRING/SUMMER sublet. 6 bdrn hcuse,
-great loc. Sundeck & park. Call 764-6949.
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET. One huge
bedroom with its own 1/2 bathroom. Big
enough for 2 people $150 each. In a 3 bed-
room apt. on campus. Call Clara 930-0375.
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET
I bedroom in 5 bedroom house. Drivewa
space, laundry. 507 Lawrence b/t State & i-
vision. $150/mo. Neg. 769-2819.
SUBLET APARTMENT on East U. by B-
school. Great for 1 or 2. Sp./Su. price neg.
Call 747-9050.
SUBLET MAY-AUG., 2 bdrm. apt., furn.,
mnicrow e, ample parking, laundry, storge,
free util. $400/mo. neg. 662-5130.
SUBLET May-Aug. 1 bdrm. in 4 bdrm. apt.
Pkg., fum., new kitchen. Great location. Rent
neg. CALL 996-5943.
SUBLET MAY-AUG. 3 rms. in 4 bdrm
house. 1 block from Union. Call 994-0383.
SUBLET MAY-AUG. 2 bdrm A/C5park-
ing, fam., $$neg. Call Matt @ 9 4-635.
SUBLET MAY THRU AUG. 500 or Best of-
fer 2BR AC Laundry, Parking 10 mmn from
Campus Balcony New Carpet. CALL 996-
SUBLET NEAR North Campus I Bedroom
$475 Pets Extra. Call 995-9183.
SUBLET SPR/SUM or SUMMER only. Big
single in 2 bdrm. apt. Female. 406 Packard
behind S.& W. Quad. Cable TV, a/c, more.
Rent negot. Sarah 663-2843.
SUBLET- SPACIOUS 1BDRM apt. w/air
cond. May free! Rent cheap. Call 769-0797.
SUBLET: MAY-AUG. EFF., Cent. Campus,
Prkg. Stay cool, rent neg. Call 994-1562,
Derek.
SUMMER SUBLET AVAIL. 5-18: 2 bdn.
apt., 1 blk. CCRB. Fum. A/C, arking, bal-
cony, big! $420/mo. neg.'761-1337.
SUPER SUBLET! May-Aug,4 bdrms in
large house, fum, laund ry,dishwash., park-
ing, heat/water, renovated, 4th & Packard,
$ 20/NEG each/mo., Call 995-8928.
YOUR SUBLET 1 bdrm in 2 bdrm apt, Law
school lbl, a/c, pkg, $160, 994-0314.

HELP WANTED
PART TIME JOB beginning in the fall.
S nd time with an adorable 5year old for 3
afternoons per week. Hours needed-MWF
noon-3 pm. Non-smoker. 665-8661.
PART-TIME BOOKKEEPING DATA EN-
TRY & clerical position. Must have basic ac-
counting skills, some familiarity with IBM
PCs. Permanent position. The Bagel Factory,
663-9780 for interview/appt.
RISEARCH SUBJECTS - young men age
18-30 in good health taking no medications
are needed to participate in clinical research
studies. Compensation varies with length of
study. For more information call U of M
Geriatric8Medicine between 8:30 and 4:30 at
936-2168.
RUNNER - CLERK NE IDED for down-
town law firm. Send resume to Dever & Dew
301 E.Liberty #585. A.A. MI. 48104
Attn: Kerry
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.
STAYING IN ANN ARBOR this summer?
Taking Spring classes, but need a job for
Summer term? Professional couple needs
full-time childcare for two girls, ages 3&8.
M-F, 8AM-5:30PM. Large home with in-
ground pool on west side of town. Need own
car. Start either June 18 or July 2 through La-
bor Day. Call Pam at 747-7182 evenings or
764-6290 days.
SUBWAY SANDWICHES now has posi-
tions available for nights & lunch. Start at
$4.50/hr. & up. Apply at 1701 Plymouth Rd.
North Campus. 761-1470._
SUMMER INTERNSIllP- volunteer intem-
hip with possible credit. For GOP State rep.
in M acomb Co. Call Jeff Timmer 254-4788.
SUMMER INTERNSIIIPS
WITHI ROYAL PRESIGE
*4,000 Minimum guarantee (12 weeks)
*Professional training *Business experience
*Rapid advancement *College credits avail-
able *Paid vacationlnterviews: April 10 and
11 Union Bldg. Pond Room at 10 am, 12 pm,
2 pm, 4 pm.
SUMMER JOBS TO SAVE ENVIRON-
MENT
Earn $2500-$3500. National campaign posi-
tions to pass Clean Air Act, stop toxic pollu-
tion, tighten pesticide controls & promote
comprehensive recycling. Available in 18
states & D.C. Call Kate toll-free at: 1-800-
75-EARTl I.
SUMMER WORK
$8.50 STARTIYG PAY
Large retail marketing firm
now interviewing college
students/others to fill 27
immediate positions in Ann
Arbor and surrounding
areas. AASP Scholarships
to qualified students.
CALL 677-2922
for appointment.
SUMMER JOBS OUTDOORS. Over 5,000
openings! National Parks, Forest Fire Crews.
Send stamp for free details. 113 E:. Wyoming,
Kalispell MT. 59901.

HELP WANTED
SUMMER JOBS. CREATE WORLD
PEACE. Sane/Freeze is hiring women and
men for its Community Outreach Program.
Our goal is a work environment free ofex-
ism, racism, and homophobia. Salary, bene-
fits, a future. 603-3913 for interview.

SUMMER JOBS
Clerical
Word Processing
Light Industrial
Apply early
Norrell Services
769-0205

SUMMER SITTERS needed. Full and part-
time positions available. Call SOS at 1-800-
545-7574.
.POWER
That's what money
gives you. If you'd
like to take control
and have some
financial freedom...
Check Us Out!
We have full and
part-time positions
available with
flexible schedules and
outstanding pay. The
work is easy and the
atmosphere casual.
If you want the kind of
power that only money
can buy, give us a call at:
996-8890
BABYSITTER in my home, starting May,
for 2 1/2 year old and 9 mo. old boys. Car
and references necessary, 10-12 hours per
week. 426-8825.
BE YOUR OWN BOSS
10 Part-time postions avail, for aggressive,
motivated people. If you have the courage -
Call our 24 hr. recorded message.351-4 462
Business-minded students, do not miss this
opportunityl
CAMP COUNSELORS M/F Outstanding
slim-down camps: tennis, dance, slimnastics,
WSI, athletics, nutrition/dietetics. Age 20+,
7 weeks. Camp Camelot on Univ. Cam-
.uses, Mass., Penn., Calif. Contact: Michele
Friedman 947 Hewlett North Woodmere,
NY 1158f, 1-800-421-4321.
CAMP COUNSELORS AND AREA DI-
RECTORS: Camp Michigania, U-M Alumni
family camp in Bloyne City. June 10-Sept. 1.
Openings in boating, riding riflery, swim-
ming field sports, arts & crafts, nursery. Call
313-763-9751.
CHILD CARE FOR INFANT. Beginning in
Aug. Approx. 25 hrs./wk. Good salary.
Would like someone who will be around for a
year or two. Own transportation. On busline,
_firns~ParkRarea. _761-1 I46.

HELP WANTED
130 DAILY. SUMMER & lon term lobs
taking phone orders! Call (515) 472-2032,
2p.m.-l lp.m.
ANN ARBOR "Y'S" DAY CAMP Birkett
now accepting applications for camp coun-
selors and swim instructors. Camp runs from
June 18 to Aug. 24. Apply at the Ann Arbor
"Y", 350 S .eifth Ave. 663-0536. An equal
opportunity employer.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR -The Princeton
Review. Nation's #1 test prep service seeks
recent grad from top colleges. Highly moti-
vated, go-getter to help manage people,
strong entrepreneurial spirit, high energy
level & high SAT/AC T Scores a must. Send
r°sume to: TPR 28104 Orchard Lake Rd.,
Farmington Hills, MI 48108.
A'iW MALE life-drawing model needed by
estab. artist part-time. Fix. hrs. $8.50/hr. 995-
4767:
A'TTENTION
If you are available after 3pm one or more
days a week and would like to earn money-
Call Norrell Services769-0205.
BABYSITTER- 2 BOYS 5 & 19 mths. Tues.
afternoons & evenings. Laundry priveleges,
meals, own transportation. 996-9635.
CIIILD CARE 27 MONTH OLD BOY. 7n
home, Mon 4-6, Fri 9-2. Some evenings,
weekends. Can be flexible. Own transporta-
tion. On busline, Bumns Park area. 761-I146.
COLLEGE WORK STUDY program stu-
dents. Great pay! Flexible hours. Provide
computer & clercal assistance in medical en-
vironment. Only CWSP Students need apply.
Call Lisa @ 936-5032.
FIDDLER DEMONSTRATING traditional
music at Colonial Michilimackinac, Mack-
inac City. June -aLabor Day. Call 615-436-
7301.
GET LAIHVASHED AT Yes Yogurt &.
Sandwich. Now hiring for Asst. Managers &
-)art-time help. Call for more info. 668-6603.
GREAT PLACE TO WORK. We are now
taking applications for cashiers, sales stock-
help and drivers. Cornwell Pool and Patio,
3500 Pontiac Trail. 662-3117.
INTERNSHIPS. Writers/Researchers needed
for travel-oriented publishing company. Must
have interst in travel and history. Access to
Maclntosh computer very important. Great
experience; resume-builder. Call Mon-Fri
434-7094.
INVENTORY $5.75/bR. Avail, anytime,
parttime. Must pass Math test. Must have
trans. Retail environment. Reg. inc. plus
bonuses. Call 489-8534. M-Th betweer 10
a.m.-2p.m. Ask for Lorraine.
LOOKING FOR A JOB?
Come work in the Metroplex. Dallas had no
snow or ice this winter. the lower cost of
living, the weather and the cultural climate
make this a great place to locate. More f,)r-
tune 500 corporations are moving in all :he
time and are in great need of business a .d
engineering grads. For a list with over 'i':X)
names & addresses of the largest emplo) ers
send $20.00 + $3.001'&Hl.
Unique Service Conpany Box 104'
Cedar hill'TX 5 104
MACKINAC ISLAND'S Murray Hotel has
many summer positions available.. Call (3 13)
665-5750 or write P.O. Box 7706, Ann Ar-
bor, MI 48107. No experience required
MATURE WOMAN WITH OWN trans-
portation willing for our 2 year old daughter
summer and part-time next school year, for
approx. 10 hours a week. 996-4281.
MOTHER'S H ELPER, possible live-in,
needed for summer. Child -care experience
required. Non-smoker. Terrific living condi-
tions. W. Bloomfield. 626-5796. Leave mes-
sage.
N. MICHIGAN MARINE DEALER needs
'Honest, self-motivated individual for boat
prep., delivery., etc. Call 995-1791.
OFFICE ASSISTANT: Temp. ihrough 5/4.
Must have atleast 3hr. or morc blocks avail-
able, M-F, 9-5, $3.40/hr. 668-8898.

HELP WANTED
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN has
summer employment openings for male
counselors at Shady Trails Camp. Located on
Grand Traverse Bay. The camp provides
speech-language-hearing services to comnmu-
nicatively unpaired children in the traditional,
residential summer camp setting. 3 camp
roras will be offered, staff may work I
or all 3 camps! For info call 313-764-8446
or write Shady TGrails Camp, 1111 E.
Catherine, Ann Arbor, MI 48109.
WORK IN JAPAN: (206)-328-8 134. BSA
2626 E. Madison #7, Seattle, WA 98112.
ROOMMATES
AFFOR DA BLE TOWNIlOUSE. Housemate
to share 2 bdr. over-looking wooded valley.
$150. Call 994-0729. May-Sept.
AVAIL: ROOMS for 1st and/or 2nd sem. in
spacious house on Hill and Tappan. M/F.
Call anytime 665-3920, 747-6686.
FEMALE TO SHARE bdrm. in 3 bdrm. apt.
Good loc., 2 bath, fun roommates, heat, water
incl. $249 Call Julie 764-7985.
MALE ROOMMATE WANTED for Fall 90
- Winter 91. "Tower Plaza. 8-month lease.
Call Neal 662-8703.
NON-SMOKING 4th female roommate May
or Sept. Karen 764-3047 or Sandy 763-2739.
SEPT.-DEC. SUBLET needed for one non-
smoking Grad Student. Jamal, 663-5623.
SHARE NEW Ann Arbor condo. Seek re-
sponsible, quiet, non-smoking gay male.
;0300/month. September 1. 429-9015.
WANTED: MALE roommate to split a $500
single bdrm apt. for $1755or best offer for
Spr/Sum. Has AC, deck, 5 min to bus/law
school. Call 761-7195.
PERSONAL
* * ATTENTION: Supreme Course Tran-
scripts, the LS&A lecture notetaking service,
has the following notes avail. at Alpha-
graphics Printshops at 715 N. Univ.: Anthro
1 io 100, Bio 224, Bio 325, Class Arch
222, Comm 103, Econ 201, Econ 202, Econ
396, Econ 401 Geol 100 Geol 101, Geol
107, Geol 115, Geol 125, Iist 110, list I %,
Ilist 161, Ilist 333, [list 366, Ilist Art .72,
Physics 125, Physics 126, Physics '40,
P~hysics 240, Physiol 101, Poli Sci 140, 'oli
Sci 353, Poli Sci 396, Psych 170, Psych 171
Psych 331, Soc 467, Soc 468. Call 663-6818
for info.
END-OF-SEMESTER STRESS??? Relax
with a therapeutic massage!l! 663-7547 De-
bra.
LOSE WEIGHT TODAY! Try 1000 mini-
cross diet pills for only $9.95. Call 1-800-
888-4988.
One stop for everything from the drugstore.
Candy and pop, too. Village Apothecary,
1112 S. University.
RESERVE YOUR PASSOVER/Seder dinner
now, Chabad House - warmth, joy. 995-3276.

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USAC
University Students Against
Cancer
Presents
USAC'S 1st ANNUAL
CONCERT AGAINST
CANCER
The Opossums
and
Frank Allison
Wed., April 1 1
Club Heidelberg 9:00pm $4
(all proceeds to the
American Cancer Society)

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AUTOMOTIVE -
'72 OLDS DELTA 88 good condition. Rh:ns
great. Only 58K. $600 neg. 747-6517.
'81 VW Rabbit 91,000 mi. Good Conditon
$1750 or best offer. Mike 994-3370.
GO REAL FAST FOR REAL CHEAP!1!
1984 Hlonda Interceptor 500. Great cond.
$1600 or best offer. Phone 769-7883.
MOTORCYCLE FOR SALE85 Interceptor
Great Shape. Low Miles $2000 663-7283
Ask for Mike.
COMPUTER MERCHAN-
DISE
TANDY 1000 'T'X Loaded w/ options, $1300
or best offer, Call Gino 764-0993 ,
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