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The Michigan Daily- Friday, January 31, 1992 -Page,.

CLASSIFIED ADS

Intelligence linked
to mother's milk,
says British study

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LOVING, CATHOLIC COUPLE with
adopted 3 yr. old son seeking to adopt infant.
We want to give your child lots of love, mar-
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and financial security. Please call collect 1-
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Consider adoption? We are a loving couple
seeking to adopt. Call Jeff & Cindi, 1-800-
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HELP WANTED
76-GUIDE 76-GUIDE 76-GUIDE
IS
HIRING!
The 76-GUIDE Peer Couseling Program is
now accepting applications from students
interested in working as peer counselors
throughout the 1992-93 academic year. This
is a paid position requiring 10-15 hours per
week. Applications are available at
Counseling Services, 3100 Michigan Union.
For more information call 76-GUIDE (764-
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ANTHROPOLOGY GRAD STUDENT/
SENIOR WANTED to take notes for bio-
anthro 362 (meets MWF 2-3). Must have ac-
cess to a word processor to type up notes.
$10/lecture. Call Supreme Course Transcripts
at 996-2386.
ATTENTIVE & CARING female to care
for 2 children at $5 per hour. Friday evenings
6-11 p.m. Must own car. Call Mrs. Watkins.
747-8223. _
BABYSITTER WANTED in my home 2
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Scholarships & internships avail
All majors may apply
Call 769-1376
BABYSITTER NEEDED Fridays 8-11:30
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Other positions: Tennis, Gymnastics,
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Photography, Self-Defense, Piano, Group
leaders (20+). Other positions available. On
campus interviews, Tuesday February 18th
(11-6 pm). Call (516)-889-3217or write 12
Allevard St., Lido Beach, NY 11561. Include
your school phone #.
COUNSELORS, COACHES/ACTIVITY
SPECIALISTS Excellent leadership posi-
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next summer at Camp Starlight, a leading
private coed camp in the Pocono Mts. of PA
for Athletic & Program Coordinator, Primary
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with a mature staff, congenial atmosphere,
excellent facilities. (6/21-8/21). Field work/
Internships encouraged. Call 516/599-5239
or write: 18 Clinton St., Malverne, NY
11565.
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Get an edge on te job market by managing
your own summer business. Gain valuable
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EXPERIENCED, RELIABLE BABYSIT-
TER needed for 14 mo. old girl. Own
transportation preferred. Non-smoker only.
Approx. 18 hours per wk., 3-7pi. $5/hr. Call
Patty 665-5892.
FEMALE BABYSITTER NEEDED for 4
mio. old infant in parent's west side home.
Mon. afternoons, 662-9796.
GYMNASTICS INSTRUCTORS WAN-
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Must be enthusiastic and have experience
teaching. Must have own transportation. Call
Gymt America at 971-167.
PEER COUNSELORS NEEDED by LSA
Academic Counseling office for summer
orient. Positions are 20 lrs./wk. Copensa-
tioni is room & board + stipend. Applications
and details available only at one of te to]-
lowing mass mreetig: Wed. Feb. 5t 4-5 PM
or Thurs. Feb. 6th 7-8PM in 1214 Mason.
LSA Jrs. & Srs. preferred.
RUN YOUR OWN BUSINESS: Student
Sprinkler is now hiring for summer manager
positions selling andl installing Toro under-
ground sprinkler systems. Earn up to
$10,000. For more info. call 665-5390.
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 will be paid $50 per ac-
ceptable specimen. For further information
please write P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, Mi.
48106.
STAFF NEEDED FOR MACKINAC IS-
LAND resort hotel - front desk, night audit,
dining room, housekeeping, kit chen,
mainttenance, bicycle mechanics, line cooks.
contact Iroquois Hotel, winter office, 2488
Village Dr. SE #9 Grand Rapids, MI 49506.
(616) 247-5675 or 663-5971 (Ann Arbor.)

.ELPWANT
STUCCHI'S Washtenaw location is hiring
for all shifts. Apply at 3325 Washtenaw.
SUMMER COUNSELORS: ATHLETIC
EXP. Outstanding N.Y. State co-ed
children's Resident Camp, 2 hrs. frot N.Y.C.
Beautiful facilities. 914/693-3037. Camp
Kennybro ok, 19 Souttway Hartsdale, N.Y.
10530.
SUMMER JOBS are available at CAMP
SEQUOIA in the New York State Catskill
Mountains (90 miles NW of New York City)!
Cabin Counselor and Specialty Instructor
positionls for ALL TEAM SPORTS, SWIM-
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THEATRE, ART, PHOTOGRAPHY,
ENGLISH HORSEBACK RIDING, OUT-
DOOR EDUCATION and MANY MORE
AREAS. Competitive camp salary, travel
allowance, roon, board an laundry. IN-
TERVIEWS ON CAMPUS. FOR MORE
INFORMATION, APPLICATION AND AN
APPOINTMENT, CALL CAMP SEQUOIA
DI1RECTLY AT 914/679-5291.
SUMMER MANAGEMENT POSITIONS
AVAILABLE TASP INTERNATIONAL is
looking for highly motivated college students
to fill management positions tissunmer.
Earn $6000-$8000 while building your
resume and gaining valuable business
experience. Territories are open across the
State of Michigan, particularly in Gross Pt.,
'roy, Birmingham, Southfield, Lake
Orion, Livonia, Clarkston, and Ann
Arbor. Territories are filling quickly, for
nore information call Gregg Merians at 1-
;00-543-3792.
+ Entrepreneurs +
Earn $300-$700/month
Part-time
We are looking for 5 self-starters to
test market exciting new products on
campus. If you can commit an
average of 10 hours per week and
are someone who can "make it
happen," we want to hear from you.
Scheduling is flexible & sales
experience is a plus. Please send
background info. and job history to:
The MARKNET Group
P.O. Box 88365 - Atlanta, GA 30356
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN SHADY
TRAILS CAMP. 1992 Summer employment
opportunities are avail. at Shady Trails Camp
located on Grand Traverse Bay in N. MI. The
camp provides speech and language therapy
to children & youth with communicative im-
pairments in a traditional summer camp
setting. Open positions incl. counselors &
recreation, craft and waterfront staff. For
info, call 313/764-8442 or write U of M
Shady Trails Camp, 1111 E. Catherine St.,
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2054. The University
of Michigan is an Equal Opportunity/Af-
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WANTED: VOLUNTEER coaches for in-
ternational maccabi youth game to be held
this summer in Baltimore. Contact Sharon
971-0990-
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articles, Books, Dissertations. 769-4390.
WORDPROCESSING, editing, formatting
of papers, resumes, articles. 741-4475.

GOING PLACES
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get-away. $49-$69 nightly. Cheaper mid-
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outdoor hottub and FREE ski trails and e-
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spring break. Will pay gas & expenses.
Please call 764-7736.
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Limited space. Call now for details.
Call Mike 995-9054 or Roger 741-4429.
SPRING BREAK: Nassau fr. $509, Freeport
fr. $529, Puerto Vallarta fr. $549, Aruba fr.
$749, Barbados fr. $619, Cozumel fr. $509.
Call Dan at REGENCY TRAVEL 665-
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SPRING BREAK TO FLORIDA
BEACHES FUN IN THE SUN, 4/rin. prices.
Daytona $109, Panana City $109. Ktchn,
Wtrfrt. & Trans. available. Call CMI at 1-
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THE LARGEST AND MOST COM-
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nights. Trip is filling up fast. Call 930-9993.
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED 2ND SEASON TWIN PEAKS
VIDEOS Call Chris or Greg at 741-9492.

LONDON (AP) -- Children
who were fed breast milk scored
significantly higher on IQ tests than
children who received formula only,
according to a study of 300 children
who were born prematurely.
The study is not defntive proof,
but ''very strong evidence,'' that an
as-yet-unidentified substance in
breast milk affects mental devel-
opment, said Dr. Alan Lucas, the re-
searcher and head of Infant and
Child Nutrition at the Medical
Research Council's Dunn Nutrition
Unit in Cambridge.
The results are reported in the
Feb. 1 issue of the Lancer, a British
medical journal.
Previous studies linking breast
milk to intelligence have caused
considerable controversy. Many
doctors wondered whether benefits
attributed to the milk were in fact

said they were able to isolate quid as-
sess the effects of the milk itself
because both groups of children iMi
been fed via tubes. They had been it
premature to suckle.
Dr. Neville Belton, a University
of Edinburgh pediatrician specializ-,
ing in nutrition, said Lucas is a weNl1
respected investigator and this
study will draw "considerable iii-
terest.
Lucas's study found that 103
children who had gotten either:,
breast milk alone or breast milk-
plus formula scored significantly
higher on IQ tests compared to 1077,
who had gotten formula only -e
scoring 103.7 points versus 93.1. The
IQ tests were given at age seven-aid--i
a-half or eight.
After taking into account the
mother's social and educational :ta-
tus, children who were fed breast
milk still maintained an IQ advi44
tage of 8.3 points, said Lucas. ,

SENIORS
WANT TO TEACH IN HIGH SCHOOL
FOR A YEAR OR TWO? TRY I.E.S.
A representative of Independent Educational
Services will be here Monday, Feb. 3 and
Tuesday, Feb. 4, to talk with setiors about
teaching opportunities in independent high
schtools. Applicants for thtese positions [DO
NOT NEED TEACHING CERTIFICATES.
Information seinar - Feb. 3, 7-8 p.m., 1210
Angell Hall. Interviews to be held Feb. 3 and
4, 8:30 - 4:30, 1210 Angell Hall. To Make
appointments for interviews, call Nancy
Pietras, 747-4484.

COMPUTERS

COMPAQ 286 DESKPRO, VGA, HD,-
$595. 4
NEC Multispeed. Laptop, backlit, $699.'
Toshiba laptop with modem, HD, $999."
Compaq SLT 286 VGA laptop, HD, $1595.
Warranty, 662-0148 or 570-1729, 24 hrs.
IBM 386-33MHz COMPATIBLE. 120:,
Meg. Fast Hard Drive. 1.2 & 1.44 Meg. Fhp-
py drives. 4 Megs RAM. 14" super VGA'
monitor w/ 1 Meg. SVGA card. Logitedf
mouse. New w/ 1 Yr. wrrranty. $1629. 4
33MHz w/above items for $1979. Call
4490.
TAPE DRIVE: Irwin Magnetics, brand now,
Int. 250 MB, 9 MB/min, w/5 tapes. $650/ast
offer. 769-9769, ask for Mike. '
COMPUCYCLE INC.- Computer broker, -,
(313) 887-2600
Zenith port. SS286 1/20 $500
Mac II11/60,5/40, 1800-4/100 1900
Too many tv list.

***SANDI'S WORDPROCESSING***
Fast, reliable, near Campus. 426-5217.
Small Classes.
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Score More With The Princeton Review.
Call [3133 663-2163
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THE
PRINCETON
. REVIEW
Educaional Ting Servi' or tnnreta Universty
APPLYING TO
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. XXX#XIX#X .
STANLEY H. KAPLAN :
* has the best 1
. : prep courses for
* LSAT, MCAT, GRE,
GMAT, DAT,
& MORE!
Classes beginning now .
or all Spring testdates.
" CALL
- 662-3149
or visit the
Ann Arbor office :
337 E. Liberty
Take Kaplan or
take your chances

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
MUSIC
GUITAR LESSONS. ROCK AND BLUES
styles. Best rates by far. Call Brian 764-3765.
HERB DAVID GUITARrSTUDIO 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Repairs authtorized by
Gibson, Guild, Martin, Yamaha, Alvarez,
H.D.
TICKETS
TICKETS-ORLANDO-Disneyworld. Must
sell 4 round-trip airline tickets to Orlando,
FL. Good till end of 1993. Only $259 for all.
1-800-275-8663.
ONE WAY TICKET TO LOS ANGELES
from Detroit. Metro transfer in Denver Sun.,
2/2/92. $50 or best offer. 763-0136
ANNOUNCEMENTS
ADOPTION - Devoted father, full-time
mother seek newborn to join family. We
promise your baby love & understanding, a
good education & fun. Supportive
grandparents. Legal. Call Bev & Howard col-
lect - 914-235-3917.
WILL YOU OR A FRIEND BE
CELEBRATING a 21st birthday? The
MichiganEnsian yearbook wants to cover it.
Please call Jennifer or Nikki at 764-9425 to
tell us whether you'll be partying at home or,
at the bar. We'll come to take pictures & fea-
ture yo.u and your friends in the 1992
MichiganEnsian.

UNITY IN THE
COMMUNITY
SATURDAY
FEBRUARY 8,1992
9:00 am- 5:00 pm
*For more info call
S.O.D.C. at
763-5900 or pick up
registration material
at the S.O.D.C. office at
2202 Michigan Union.
Attendance is open to all
people interested in
leadership
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*Thank-a-thons n
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m Present
*Parents' Weekend
,Big Apple Blast
-The Blue Spirits
- The Shadow Program
;r
.. Future
'Campus tours
M 'Student panels
-Siblings' Weekend
Come to our mass meeting: .
- Sunday, February 2 at 4 PM
- Alumni Center (763-9754)
(near the MLB)

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