The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 17, 1992- Page 7
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HOUSECLEANING, PICK UP
LAUNDRY Flexible person who can help
family with 2 kids keep chaos in check.
Northwest side of Ann Arbor. $8.00/hr.
Preferred cleaning time 4 days/wk. 8-10 a.m.
Call after work hours 665-2691.
CE to campus, 15 hrs./wk., MWF-After-
noons preferred. Must have drivers license,
$7/hr., After 5:30 p.m. Call 662-7169.
IN HOME INFANT CARE: Responsible
person to care for 5 mo. old 20 hrs per week.
West side home 1 min. from campus. 761-
MOTHER'S HELPER NEEDED for 3
children (one is disabled). 2 or 3 afternoons
weekly. Own car necessary. 665-4842.
MUSIC TEACHER: Preschool through 3rd
grade. Tuesdays 8:45-1:45. Contact: Lisa
Himle, Daycroft Montessori School, 100
Oakbrook, Ann Arbor 48104. 930-0333.
NCC WAITSTAFF WANTED. Catering
experience required. Call Sue 764-2142.
NOW HIRING FOR FALL- Drivers, cooks
& counter help at Ho-Lee-Chow, The Great
Chinese Delivery Company. Apply in person
at our Ann Arbor Stores: 625 S. Main or
1753 Plymouth Rd.
FART-TIME COOKS & DRIVERS
NEEDED. Many shifts to choose from. Call
Omega Pizza 769-3400.
PEOPLE NEEDED to poster the U of M
campus area for Hillel events. Flexible hours.
3-10 hrs./wk. $5/hr. Call Carol May 769-
PROFESSIONAL CATERING+O. seeks
banq. waitstaff and Sous Chef for catering
and deli. exp. nec. apply in person at 1164
Broadway Tues.- Thurs. 2-4 p.m.
PUNCTUAL, CONSCIENTIOUS work
.,study- qualified student wanted for food
retail sales in a 6th floor penthouse location
at 426 S. Thompson, ISR. This student
manager position pays $5.50/hr. to start for
w12-15 hrs. per week through finals of both
fall & winter terms. Call Charles Nelson at
764-8512 between 7am & 3pm M-F. No
,REEBOK NEEDS STUDENT
REPRESENTATIVES for upcoming on-
campus promotion during October 14 and
October 15. Call (617) 262-3734.
Sell "the Student Discount" card on campus.
Earn 25-50% daily. Earning potential $500-
$900/week part-time. I am serious about this
and if you are, call me at 380-1239. Ask for
Please call me today!!!
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' 9" or taller we
need you. Donors will be paid $55 per ac-
ceptable specimen. For further information
please write P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
SHORT TERM CAREGIVER NEEDED
for children at Beth Israel Congregation
Wduring weeks of Sept. 27 & Oct. 4. Flexible
hours. Call 485-1163 for info.
SKI POSITIONS: Ski Lodge in Alta, UT.
Seasonal only. 11/01/92 - 4/25/93. Salary,
room and board, and ski pass. For application
please call (801) 742-3000 between 8:30 to
4:30 MT, any day, or write to Alta Peruvian
Lodge, PO Box 8017, Alta, UT 84092.
SORORITY NEEDS BUSPERSONS
$4.00/ hour + meal. Call Beverly Coyan at
SORORITY SEEKS bus people. Great
food, relaxed atmosphere. Call 761-5578 be-
tween 5:30 & 6:30.
SPRING BREAK '93-Sell trips, earn cash &
go free!!! Student Travel Services is now
hiring campus representatives. Ski packages
also available. CALL 1-800-648-4849.
STUDENTS WANTED FOR BUSY UM
CONFERENCE center! Part time positions
include: Waitstaff, Desk Clerks, Student
Lounge Staff. Friendly, outgoing people with
previous customer service experience are en-
couraged to apply in person: Sept. 16-18,
2:00-4:00 pm, 710 E. University. An E.O.E./
Affirmative Action Employer.
STUDENTS. Jobs available. Good pay. 11
am to 2 pm weekdays. Call 764-1115.
TWO ADORABLE BOYS need fun friend
to babysit. Flexible hours. 995-5928.
UNIVERSITY CLUB - WAITSTAFF, host,
hostess, kitchen prep, kitchen cleaner: lunch.
Experience required, students, flexible hours.
Apply in person: Room 1310, Michigan
WAITSTAFF: LAMPLIGHTER Res-
taurant accepting appl. for waitstaff. Apply at
421 E. Liberty. 665-7003.
WANTED: TEACHERS FOR PROGRES-
SIVE secular Jewish Sunday School. Teach-
king or camp counselor experience preferred.
Call 665-5761 and leave a message.
WORK FOR ACADEMIC CREDIT OR
VOLUNTEER at U of M's Pound House
Children's Center during Fall Term. Join
hundreds of past students in a quality ex-
perience working with young children. Lo-
cated at Hill and East University. Please call
764-2547 for more information or to arrange
WORK STUDY LAB ASST. POSITION
AVAIL. in head & neck cancer research lab
at Kresge Hearing Research Institute. For
more info. Call Thanku Nair at 764-2578.
WORK-STUDY- Library asst. needed be-
tween 10 a.m.-2 p.m. (flexible), Mon-Fri at
Communication. Dept. Call Blanca Torres at
747-1077 or 764-0420.
EXPERIENCED DOG RUNNING
Call Laura 996-9381.
It & V SCREEN PRINTING & DESIGN.
Sweats, hats, t-shirts & jackets. You design.
% LEASE Hunters/Jumpers. Call Evenings
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED to
share Lge. Apt. Great location. Call Yasmin
BASSPLAYERIVOCALIST & DRUM-
MER SEEK stylish ("Lifesonesque") axe
man & versatile 4th member (female ok) for
synths, rythm guitar & harmonies. Prefer 19-
25 yr. old w/ some classical or jazz exp. Let's
write progressive rock songs and gig ASAP.
GUITAR LESSONS-All styles of jazz,
blues and rock, from Pass to S.R.V. to
2 TICKETS FOR SALE sect. 27 will only
sell together. Call Cliff 996-8769.
U. OF MICHIGAN FOOTBALL - 2 season
tickets. Best offer. 665-9307.
I NEED STUDENT FOOTBALL
TICKETS: Will pay top $$$ for good
3 STUDENT OR NON-STUDENT TICK-
ETS FOR MSU needed. Call Andy at 741-
SECTION 24 SEASON FOOTBALL
TICKET for sale. Best offer. Call 994-8928.
MORRISSEY TICKETS 9/26. Golden
circle, 8th row. 741-8847.
SECTION 24 season student tickets. Best
offer. Call Now!! 747-6873.
MICHIGAN FOOTBALL TICKETS FOR
SALE. All games except Michigan State.
U-M FOOTBALL TICKETS 4 SALE- Sec.
26 Season tickets. Call 665-7752.
YES WAY! I'VE GOT 1 SEASON F-
BALL TKT. FOR U Best Offer. Cheryl @
SEASON STUDENT FOOTBALL tickets
for sale. Call 747-1360.
FOR SALE, 4 ARMATRADING
TICKETS, excellent seats. Call 994-0253.
WANTED: 2 SEASON FOOTBALL
TICKETS Sec. 24. Please call 313/332-
WANTED 4 STUDENT SEASON FOOT-
BALL TKTS. together Call 747-9395.
STUDENT FOOTBALL SEASON ticket
package for sale. Price neg. James 662-5939.
TICKETS TO GO! Need UM Season Foot-
ball tickets? CALL 741-8641.
TWO ADJACENT SEASON FOOTBALL
BOOKLETS near 45 yard line. Best offer:
U OF M FOOTBALL TKTS 4-SALE. 50
yd. line! Season tkts. Call 313-699-4756.
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DISC (FRISBEE) GOLF CLUB SEEK
ING new members at any skill level. Ann Ar
bor Area has a new 18-hole golf course and
it's about time we put UM disc golf on the
map! Beginners encouraged to to check i
out. Pro tips avail. Call 434-1615 or meet on
Diag. Thur. 9/17 at 1:00 PM.
ZEN MEDITATION COURSE, 5 Thurs.
eves., starts Sept. 17, Zen Buddhist Temple.
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED! Share
room in fabulous 2 bdrin. apt. New contem-
porary furn., A/C, pkng., dwshr. Bi-level &
garden level avail. Call direct 995-5568 &
741-9574 or 741-9300.
HOUSEMATE WANTED: lbdrm. in 2
bdrm. house close to campus, on bus line.
Washer/dryer, sundeck/fenced yard, parking,
pets ok. 450/mo. + 1/2 utils. 741-9437.
HOUSEMATE NEEDED. Close to campus.
Student/Grad/Prof. Preferred. $300 + util.
Lease runs to Sept. '93. Mostly Vegi & non-
smoking. Eric/Tina/John, 662-5619.
MALE ROOMMATE WANTED! Share a
fabulous 2 bdrm. apt. New contemporary
furn., A/C, pkng., dwshr. Bi-level & garden
level avail. Call Direct 741-7162 & 994-5752
ROOMMATE(S) NEEDED: 1-2 to share 2
Bdrm. bi-lev. apt. w/2 guys. Mike 930-1646.
MAC LC 4/40 Desk Writer, modem,
software, monitor. Price negot. Andy 663-
APPLE IIGS-Color monitor, printer, 2
drives. Lots of Software! Make me an offer!!!
BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS. Apple
powerbook 140, 4/40, $1900 w/ Hypercard/'
System 7. Compaq Lte 386sx/20. Factory
sealed 2/60 VGA $1600, 2/84 VGA $1700.
New/used computer systems available. Corn-
pu Cycle; Inc. 1-800-854-2677.
Look for it in the
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at Fisher Stadium
the Big Tet
by Andy Stabile
Daily Sports Writer
Just when the national media
begin to harp on how bad the Big
Ten really is, they go and put
Michigan State on national tele-
vision against Notre Dame. They'll
do anything to prove a point. Even
so, this week's matchups could leave
conference teams a little dinged up
Ohio State (2-0) at Syracuse (2-0)
Watch out world. By defeating
big, bad Bowling Green last week,
the Bucks silenced those critics who
questioned the Scarlet and Gray's
ability to defeat teams with the word
Who was the last team to beat the
Buckeyes, you ask? The Orangemen
nipped the Bucks in last season's
Hall of Fame Bowl. Now, Ohio
State's modest little winning streak
will come to an end when Qadry
Ismail finally gets national television
exposure and "the Missle" blasts
through the roof of the Carrier
Dome. Look for him to put up
Heisman-type numbers against the
Colorado (2-0) at Minnesota (1-0)
Last week the Gophers got beat
by San Jose State, 39-30. This week
the Gopher faithful (half a dozen
guys too drunk to leave the
Metrodome when the Twins' games
end) get to see a real team.
The Buffaloes put 57 points on
the scoreboard against Baylor. They
could double that total against the
Bowling Green (1-1) at Wisconsin
In the ongoing saga of Mid-
American Conference schools
upsetting Big Ten schools...
Eastern Michigan (0-1) at Penn
They scheduled this one back
before Central Michigan beat
Michigan State for the second time
(had to get that in here again). The
Penn State athletic department has
spent the last three days feverishly
trying to get this game off its
O.K. The truth is, the Nittany
Lions are good. Scary good. Did we
really have to put them on our
schedule next season?
- Lest I forget; Illinois plays
Houston, Northwestern visits
Stanford, Indiana against Kentucky,
and Toledo travels to Purdue.
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CCRB Martial Arts Room:
September 22 and 29 at 8:30pm
Fall 1992 Practice Schedule
Tues 8:30-10:00pm Martial Arts Rm
Thurs 8:30-10:00pm Small Gym
Sat 11:00-1:00pm Small Gym
For more information:
Adam: 994-3489 Yasu: 994-3558
INTRAMURAL SPORTS PROGRAM
Ice Hockey Officials
Clinic Begins: Tuesday 9/22
For Additional Information Contact IMSB 763-3562
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Welcome Picnic 6:00 pm
Study on Satanism 6:00 pm
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