The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, February 16, 1993- Page 7
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Vacation packages often
prove too good to be true
2 WONDERFUL PLACES TO LIVE
FOR 5-6 PEOPLE EACH
1024 Church - 5 Bedrooms
1121 Church- 6 Bedrooms
Each includes parking and laundry.
September or May leases
Call Copi Properties 663-5609
Classes now forming for these and other
50 years of experience
The most current and extensive materials
Call KAPLAN at 662-3149
to arrange a FREE preview of courses.
Don't miss out on our
Summer and Fall 1993
610 Church Street
5 AND 6 BEDROOM
$225.00 AVAIL. MAY 1. Male only. Pkng.
Call Randy & Chris. 677-1636.
1 BDRM. in 2 bdrm. apt. Burns Park area.
Avail March 1. $325/mo. mcl. heat. 663-
1 ROOM SINGLE FURN. w/ cable & own
A/C free ldry. No security deposit, great
rmmtes. Carriage House, central campus.
Immed. occupancy through Aug. Rent neg.
Male only! 313/681-6676.
2 BDRM. 1 BATH- charming west-side apt.
Fun., hardwood floors, quiet residential area.
Perfect for the serious student. May- Aug. $
600/mo.- very neg!! call 996-9218. Pls. leave
CHARMING 5 BDRM. HOUSE at State &
Kingsley. May-Sept. $1000/mo. Call 994-
COUNTRY LIVING! Big room in shared
farmhouse. Avail. Now 994-7089/665-4407.
FURNISHED ROOMS NEAR CCRB and
main bus stop. Kitchen privledges included.
Immediate Occupancy. 668-6906.
INTERESTED IN SHARING A LEASE?
We are going abroad 2nd semester and need
a place for Fall 1993. Call 747-9912.
MAY-AUG. 1 FURN. BDRM. in 4 bdrm.
hse. Great location. $200/mo. neg. Call Karen
at 994-9464 or 994-9448.
SPACIOUS FURN. 2 BDRM. APT. w/ bal-
cony overlooking State St. $600 inc. util.
neg. Call Chris or Aaron @ 769-8990.
SUBLET MAY-AUG Own room in house
$165/month. Hill and Division. 995-8963.
SUBLET STARTING NOW-1 room in 5
room shared house, smoking, 4 men & a dog.
Close to campus. Call 996-8014.
-"_--ADOPTION. We want to work with you to
give your child the warm and loving home
that you are looking for - we hope you will
work with us to build the family of our
dreams. Call Susan and Bennett collect 313-
DISCOVER MOSHIACH TODAY. Dial 1-
800-4-moshiach. Dial-a-Jewish story 995-
ERIC'S ACTION SPORTS- Team
uniforms & shoes for all indoor sports. 2
blocks off State Street. Call 663-6771.
IS THERE A FUNGUS AMONG US? The
Village Apothecary stocks a large selection
of fungicides. 1112 S. University.
PREGNANT? Please help us start our
family. Happily married 10 yrs., financially
secure, active foster parents with religious
background. Call collect eves. 313-946-9555.
PROBLEM PREGNANCY HELP
Let us help you choose life. 769-7283.
YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT "HOT" IS
'till you have tried Peppa-Po hot sauce at
Tios. 333 E. Huron, 761-5660.
+O T xEx.
Reports, resumes, dissertations. 426-5217.
EDITING: BY EXPERIENCED WRITER,
ESL teacher, PhD. Call Bonnie 995-0664.
MAC'S WORD PROCESSING Fast,
accurate. Days, eves, wknds, urgent also
done. Pick up/drop off, Call 482-5000.
TUTORING FOR STATISTICS by recent
B-school PhD. Call 995-0349.
TYPING: Resumes, cover letters, &
applications. A2 Typing. Call 994-5515.
Write it. Read it.
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We have an immediate opening for an
administrative/clerical position in our
personnel department. This position will
provide evaluation process. Macintosh
(Wordperfect and Excel) and administrative
This position will be 15-20 hours per week
from now through April and then full-time
(40 hours) from May through August.
Please send your resume to: Vector Research,
Incorporated, Attn: Director of Recruiting
(SF), P.O. Box 1506, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Equal Opportunity Employer.
ANOTHER PAIR OF HANDS wanted to
help with our daughters, 5 & 12. Should be
proficient at Chutes 'n Ladders, Jr.
Monopoly, playing Barbies, & reading
stories. Should enjoy bumper bowling, ap-
plauding swimming tricks, watching Disney
movies repeatedly, eating mac & cheese, &
ferrying middle school girls to Briarwood.
Must have impeccable driving record. Please
call Denise Kantener 313-429-2103.
ATTENDANT CARE for disabled female.
$5-6 hr., midnight or daytime hrs. avail. N.
Campus. Must be strong. 663-4372.
BABYSITTER: Random hrs., 5 yr. old. Call
662-0712. Must have car.
CAFE NOW HIRING Responsible person
for part-time afternoons cleaning/counter
position! Great working environment. $5/hr.+
bonus to start. Call Ann 663-3080.
CAMP BIRCH TRAIL FOR GIRLS--NW
Wisconsin. Counselors & instructors for
waterfront & land activities! Wilderness trip
leaders, secretaries, nurses, food service per-
sonnel also needed. Mid-June through Mid-
August. Excellent salaries, free room &
board, transportation allowance. On-campus
interviews. Contact Mary Scanlan at
(414)962-2548; 5146 N. Woodburn,
Milwaukee, WI 53217.
CATERER NEEDED for small wedding
May 1. Call evenings 662-3305.
CRUISE SHIPS NOW HIRING Earn
$2000+/ month + world travel (Hawaii,
Mexico, the Caribbean, etc.) Holiday, sum-
mer and Career employment opportunities
available. No experience necessary. For
employment program information Call 1-
DENTAL ASSISTANT - For general
dlentist, approx. 20 hrs./wk. Campus location,
exp. preferred. Ask for Carol. 668-6612.
EARN 100'S DAILY mailing circulars at
home P/T. Info: Desktop Ventures. Write 736
Packard Ste #102-A, A2, MI 48104.
Are you a nature lover? Let's fight to keep
the environment clean. Join students across
tie country campaigning for more effective
recycling laws, reduction of toxic chemicals
and a more democratic government! Hiring
now for part time positions and summer
work. Flexible hours for students. Earn $40-
$60 a day, while making a difference.
Call Marla 662-6597.
EXCEPTIONAL SUMMER opportunity -
Camp Wayne for Boys & Girls. N.E. PA (3
hr/N.Y.C.) - Sports oriented. Counselors/
Specialists for all land/water sports, camping,
computers, A&C, video, radio. Campus in-
terviews on Weds. March 10. Write 55 chan-
nel drive, Port Washington NY. 11050-2216.
or call 1-800-456-7946.
SPRING BREAK '93 Don't be left out!
Limited space. Still available to Jamaica, &
Cancun. Call Melanie at 663-3292. for
FREE LANCE WRITER NEEDED to
handle news and feature reporting assign-
ments for Student Publications project. Jour-
nalism training and/or experience pref. 20
hrs./wk. 3-4 work months on site. Begin
immediately. If qualified, mail resume and
three samples, preferably clippings, to Free
Lance writer, c The University of Michigan
Student Publications Office, 420 Maynard
St., Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1327; or call 764-
0550 for more info.
LOCAL BUSINESS LOOKING for people
to distribute flyers around campus. Flex.
hours. For more info call Lisa: 998-1220.
LSA ACADEMIC PEER ADVISOR posi-
tions for summer orient. Applications & info.
avail. only at mass mtgs. Tues. & Wed., Feb.
16 & 17, 7 PM, 1408 Mason.
MACKINAC ISLAND resort hotel seeking
staff-front desk, night audit, kitchen, dining
room, maintenance, bike mechanic. Contact
Iroquois Hotel, 2488 Village Dr. SE, Grand
Rapids, MI. 49506. (616)247-5675 or
MESSENGER / CLERK Yr. round position
on Central Campus. $6/hr. Two 10 hr. or one
20/hr. per week position. Work 1-3 or 3-5 M-
F or both. Drivers license required. Call
Denise 764-7312. U of M is a non-dis-
criminating equal opp. affirmative action
MINI-SOCCER OFFICIALS for the In-
tramural Sports Program. Training and orien-
tation sessions to be held beginning Monday
March 1, 1993 at 7:00pm in the IMSB. Work
hours on Tues., Weds. and Thurs. evenings
and on Sunday afternoons. $5.00 per game.
Contact Steve Olson, IMSB, at 763-3562 for
NOW HIRING for Spring/Summer and Fall
terms. Account Executives needed to sell ad-
vertising for the Michigan Daily. Job descrip-
tions & applications available in the senior
staff office, 420 Maynard. Application dead-
line is Feb. 19.
OFFICE ASSTJTYPIST part-time, accurate
& officient, call Pat at 994-5515.
RECEPTIONIST NEEDED for UM
Botanical Gardens. $5hr. Own
transportation. Call 998-7061.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for awell-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
SPEND THE SUMMER in the Beautiful
Catskill Mountains of New York. Achieve a
challenging and rewarding summer ex-
perience working in a residential camp for
adults with physical and developmental
disabilities. Positions available: counselors,
cabin leaders, program leaders. All students
are encouraged to apply. Season dates June
1-August 19. Good salary, room and board,
and some travel allowance. Call Michelle at
419-352-7975 for information or write to
Camp Jened, P.O. Box 483, Rock Hill, NY
12775 (914) 434-2220.
STOCKPERSON NEEDED at Ascione
produce in Kerrytown. Please call 665-9248.
STUCCHI'S IS HIRING at all Ann Arbor
locations. Apply in person at the desired
WANTED-STUDENTS TO PRODUCE
and film a TV commercial. Contact Jeff at
Ashley's Restaurant, S. State. 996-9191.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK -
over 3,000 positions available in all aspects
of guest service. Recruiter will be at
theMichigan Employment Security
Commission. 214 E. Michigan Ave. in Yp-
silanti on Thurs., Feb. 25. Please pick up ap-
plications before the 25th from 8:15-10:00
a.m. or 1 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.. If you are unable
to interview with the recruiter, please contact
TW Recreational Services, P.O. Box 165,
Yellowstone Park, WY 82190; 307-344-5324
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK -
over 4,200 summer positions available in
Yellowstone and other Western U.S. National
Parks for the summer of 1993. Positions in-
volve all aspects of guest services in hotels,
restaurants, lodges, corrals, marinas, gift
shops, etc. Recruiter will be at the Michigan
Employment Security Commission Office at
214 E. Michigan Ave. Please pick up ap-
plications before the 25th from 8:15 a.m. to
10 a.m. or 1p.m. to 3p.m. If you are unable to
interview with the recruiter, please contact
TW Recreational Services, P.O. Box
165,Yellowstone Park, WY 82190. 307-344-
CLEANING- HOUSE- OFFICE. Call 996-
3543 for reasonable rates.
EUROPE '93 the lowest fares with Student
Travel Breaks-Stamos Travel, Kerrytown
Mall. 663-4400 or 483-5695.
FORT MYERS nonstop one-way $65.
Leave Detroit 2/20 eve. Call 973-0547.
LOW FARES - Europe fr. $448, Orient fr.
$769 Call Claudia or Dan @ Regency Travel,
209 S. State, 665-6122.
MUST SELL ROUND TRIP tkt. to
Jamaica. Villa on beach in Negral. Valued at
$580. Will negotiate. Call Paul, 930-1542.
ONE WAY AIRLINES TICKET to
Washington, D.C. April 30, 7pm. $neg.
(commuter pass too) Call Dr. B. (313)489-
ROUND TRIP TICKET to Boston during
Spring Break. N.W. Call 663-3453 until
10pm. $180 or best offer.
SPRING BREAK! CANCUN MEXICO
Feb. 20-27. $400-500 neg. Call 665-2814.
SPRING BREAK SKI TRIP for sale-4 days
in winter Park, CO. Lodging, transportation
to & from CO. Willing to discount trip $! Call
SPRING BREAK IN FLORIDA! Hot and
sunny Feb. 19-27 round trip to Miami. Tkt.
for $400. Call Sylvie, 764-7662.
SPRING BREAK - Meet spring time in
Appalachia. Join an international group and
learn about Appalachian people, culture,
music, visit Smoky Mt. Natl. Park. Call
Ecumenical Campus Center. 662-5529
daytime, 665-6575. evenings.
STUDENTS ANYWHERE IN THE U.S.
on Continental fr. $129/$199. Bring your
Continental voucher and AMEX Card.
Anywhere in the U.S.A. on US Air fr. $129/
$189. Bring your US Air Voucher and Chase
Visa/Mastercard. Call Fran or Wanda at
Regency Travel 209 S. State 665-6122.
Cancun Blowout Sale
Air only for $289.
Complete 7 night packages
For details call Mary 741-8535
WINTER BLUES? Spring Break Getaway!
Traverse City area. Romantic, cozy log
cabins on lake surrounded by forest. $49-69
nightly incl. outdoor hot tub & much more.
Ellis Lake Resort 616-276-9502.
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Repairs authorized by
Gibson, Guild, Martin, Yamaha, Alvarez.
Tune up specials. Not just guitars.
SEEKING BASSIST & DRUMMER to
complete industrial rock band. 996-9449
FLY ANYWHERE at incredible savings.
Ted 662-0626. Leave message.
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UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN FLYERS
private pilot ground school class Feb. 17-
April 7. For more information call 994-6208.
CONTACTS - 50% SAVINGS
CHILDHOOD CANCER SURVIVORS
If you are interested in participating in an
informal discussion group for childhood
cancer survivors, please contact Jenna
Glazer:668-2496 and E-mail.
has dedicated itself to
the pursuit of
scholarship and service
at America's finest
Universities, is now
by Shara Moskowitz
Neon fliers posted in Angell Hall,
local restaurants, and kiosks in the Diag
all read: "Jamaica $449. Cancun $439.
While these prices include airfare,
seven days in the sun, a decent hotel and
transportation, the trips may not be as
much of a bargain as they appear.
These vacation packages are run by
student organizers who publicize, ad-
vertise, and encourage others to sign-up
for the trips.
For their efforts, the coordinators
receive "a free trip," said LSA senior
Jen Leland, who is organizing a trip to
The students are expected to con-
tinue organizing while on vacation.
However, one student said these repre-
sentatives are not always available.
"When we needed to find out where
and what time the van would bring us to
the airport, there was no student repre-
sentative to be found. We ended up
paying an additional $40 for cab fare,"
said Jackie Klein, who went on a stu-
dent-run trip last year. "I did see the
student representative once, ... on the
airplane flying back to Michigan."
Bats end winter hibernation
early, roam around campus
by James Cho
Daily Staff Reporter
Last weekend, students were fright-
ened by wayward bats lost in University
buildings in two separate incidents.
The first incident occurred at
Stockwell Residence Hall.
"There was a 3-inch brown bathang-
ing on the screen on the first floor laun-
dry room late Friday night," said Kathy
Barton, a resident advisor at Stockwell
and School of Education junior.
Barton said she called the Univer-
sity Department of Public Safety (DPS)
but after waiting 20 minutes, knocked it
down herself with a pool stick. When a
security guard from Mosher-Jordan
Residence Hall arrived, they dropped
the bat out the window.
Another bat startled students at the
Law Quad Reading Room last Saturday
night. Early in the afternoon students
spotted the bat on the wall, but nothing
was done until one student found it on
the ground below a table.
"It was a nice study break. It was
lying on the ground making squeaking
noises," said Andy Organski, an LSA
sophomore who was sitting nearby.
Associate Zoology Prof. Philip
Meyers said bats hibernate in the win-
ter, but when the weather warms up,
"they wake up to see what's going on."
Dale Hodgson, pest management
specialist for the Department of Occu-
pational Safety and Environmental
Health said people should not worry
about seeing bats around campus.
"If you see a bat on the ground, it's
probably physically sick. Don't touch it
because it will bite or scratch you,"
But batdroppings, calledguano, can
"Histoplasmosis infection is caused
by inhaling a fungus found in soil con-
taminated with bird and bat droppings,"
Dan Mowakowski, the Spring Break
representative at Regency Travel
Agency described some other hidden
costs of student-run travel.
"(The) low-balling price technique
is common," Mowakowski said. "The
packages run by students are one time,
one departure deals."
LSA senior Lisa Schnieder said her
vacation became much more expen-
sive than she had anticipated.
"I thought I was getting a great deal
on my trip to Jamaica for $449, until the
late fee, the transportation fee and tax
were tacked on to the original price.
This trip has cost me $620," she said.
Although Mowakowski hesitated to
compare travel agency trips with stu-
dent-run packages, he did mention the
word "disaster" - students arriving
without a hotel, being left at the gate at
the airport and flying with nondescript
But despite all of the problems, stu-
dents said they do have fun on these
"Iwould neversay mytriptoMexico
was smooth, but a smooth trip would
not have been half as much fun," LSA
senior Melanie Hatz said.
ArNNOUKCNGE NTrS .ANNOUN CEMNTS
up applications at
desk in the Union.
Deadline: FEB. 19.
Criteria for Selection:
*contribution to community
FOR THE 1993-1994
76-GUIDE is an anonyomous
peer counseling program
sponsored by Counseling
Applicants need to be enrolled
students who are good at
working with people.
No previous experience is
Applications are available at
3100 Michigan Union,
beginning Monday Feb. 8
Deadline for applications is
Friday Feb. 19.
For more information call:
$1,000 AN HOUR!
Each member of your frat,
sorority, team, club, etc.
pitches in just one hour
and your group can raise
$1,000 in just a few days!
Plus a chance to earn
$1000 for yourself!
No cost. No Obligation
1-800-932-0528, ext. 65
1ST YR. LAW STUDENT looking for non-
smoking housemate(s) in newly furnished
house: big-screen TV, pkng., Idry., piano,
alarm sys. No pets. Sept-Sept. $190 double,
$350 single. J.P. 930-0354.
LOOKING FOR non-smoking female
roommate to share a room in two bdrm. apt.
Call Lisa 930-0575.
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1. 4MB Ext. floppy. Unopened. $1300. 677-
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