The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, March 2, 1993- Page 7
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Summer and Fall 1993
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* Campus location for Fall 1993.
* Various apartment styles.
* On-Site parking & laundry
* Pets allowed.
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S VERY LARGE ATTRACTIVE 1 BDRM.
apt. near (417 S. Division) Union avail. Sept.
Hardwood floors, 4ndry., pkng. available.
$635 + electric. Call 741-9622.
ACROSS FROM BUS. SCHOOL Furn.
room avail. now until Aug. $275/mo. Inc.
util., parking, laundry. 820 Hill. 665-5620.
BRIGHT 2 BDRM. FURN. a t. Lots o
pkng. Huge kitchen, May-Aug. $500. 663-
CHARMING 5 BDRM. HOUSE at State &
Kingsley. May-Sept. $1000/mo. Call 994-
COZY 2 ROOM APT. on 2nd floor of Vic-
torian house. Avail. May-Aug. Off-street
pkng, balcony, 2 min walk to Union, furn,
cats welcome. $375/mo. 747-8394.
EFFICIENCY ACROSS from CCRB:
Indry., Pkng., Mdrn. Kit. & Bathroom. Op-
tion to renew $340 or B.O. 994-5043.
FURNISHED ROOMS NEAR CCRB and
main bus stop. Kitchen privledges included.
Immediate Occupancy. 668-6906.
GREAT LOCATION! THOMPSON ST.
Bdrm. in house avail. May 1- Aug. 26. Fall
Ise. option. n-smkg. Prefer Grad. Clean. Furn.
Lndry. $250/mo.+utils. Neg. Hardwood firs.
Call Sarah after 5 @ 996-1461.
RM. IN BIG HSE. Clean & quiet. Prkg.,
Lary. $285/mo. 741-5079. 506 Catherine.
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parents with religious background. Call col-
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ADOPTION: HAPPILY MARRIED
PROFESSIONAL couple want to share our
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EARN AVG. OF $6310.00 work out west.
ERIC'S ACTION SPORTS- Team
uniforms & shoes for all indoor sports. 2
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the key points
of the GRE.
All with afford-
Classes for the
Apr. GRE begin:
Mon., Mar. 8th.
1100 South University
H ELP WANTED
"PUNCH HOLES IN BAGELS." Flexible,
weekday hrs. Earn up to $5.75/hr. Apply in
person at 1306 S. University.
A MOTHER'S HELPER Responsible, en-
thusiastic non-smoker. 10-20 hrs./wk. Flex.
hrs., some a.m. needed. Must have car and be
avail. thru Spr. & Sum. 663-3223.
ALL STUDENTS INTERESTED in Busi-
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Toledo. Earn $8000 this summer while gain-
ing crucial experience and business
knowledge. Accepting calls this week only!
BUSINESS MAJORS! Sales mktng. and
m gt. experience available. Call 677-4769.
CAMP COUNSELORS M/F Outstanding
Slim down camps: Tennis, dance,
Slimnastics, WSI, athletics, nutrition/dietics.
Age 20+ 7 weeks. Camp Camelot on College
Campuses at MA, PA, CA. Contact: Michele
Friedman 947 Hewlett Drive, North
Woodmere, N.Y. 11581 1-800-421-4321.
COMPUTER CONSULTANT 10-15 hours
per week. Assist systems manager in
troubleshooting Macintosh hardware,
software and network problems. Excellent
understanding of Macintosh computer.
Desire experience with Word 5.0 and basic
programming skills. Some experience with d
base programming helpful. $9.00-$9.70/hr.
General Clinical Research Center. Contact
Dan at 936-8081.
COOK WANTED 10-20 hrs./wk. Apply at
Scorekeepers, 310 Maynard St.
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-
EARN EASY MONEY, Students, Greeks,
Clubs. NO selling or assembling. $300 wkly.
one hour a week. 800-998-8147. 24-Hrs.
EMERSON SCHOOL NEEDS people to
work in afterschool childcare program. Hours
are M-F 3-6pm. Please send letter of ap-
plication & resume to Emerson school 5425
Scio Church Rd., Ann Arbor 48103. Atten-
tion Childcare Director.
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.
FUTURE GRADS: Build resume, gain
exper. Must be confident, outgoing. Earn
5000. Call 677-4769.
GYMNASTICS SUPERVISOR NEEDED
for summer gymnastics program. $8.50 & up
depending on experience. Apply Immediate-
ly in wriring to S. Adams Community Educa-
tion & Recreation, 2765 Boardwalk, Ann Ar-
bor 48104 or call 994-2300. EOE.
HOUSE CLEANING & LAUNDRY. 4
afternoons per week, 3-6pm. Nice Family!
Will need own car. $7/hr. 998-0878.
INSTRUCTORS NEEDED FOR Track,
gymnastics, Tennis, & Swim(WSI)
Programs for Spring & Summer. $6-8/hr.
depending on experience. Apply immediately
at Community Education & Recreation, 2765
Boardwalk or call 994-2300. EOE.
KITCHEN HELP - STUDENT
Afternoon hours - Apply in person - 1310
Michigan Union. M - F 8:30am -5:00pm
Building grounds & errands, Part-time.
flexible day. Apply at American Red Cross,
2729 Packard, Ann Arbor, 48108.
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
MAKE A DIFFERENCE ON CAMPUS!
Become an intergroup dialogue facilitator.
Opportunities are available to facilitate
dialogues dealing with issues of race,
religion, gender, sexual orientationand more.
You will receive academic credit or a stipend.
Application deadline - March 19. Call the
program on Intergroup Relations and Con-
flict at 936-1575 for information and
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/Sunmer 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 March 12.
PRESSPERSON: FULL OR PART TIME,
experience required on AB Dick Style Press.
No phone calls. Apply in person only at
Great Copy Co. 1247 Rosewood.
PUNCTUAL, CONSCIENTIOUS work-
study preferred 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 12-15 hrs.
per week through finals of all terms. Call
Charles Nelson at 764-8512 btwn. 7am &
3pm M-F. No Weekend Hrs.
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
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ceptable specimen. For further information
please write P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
TIMBER LAKE/TYLER HILL CAMPS 3
top New York area resident camps. General
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letic specialist...On-campus interviews (3/10
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(800) 828-CAMP (9-5 weekdays - EST).
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resume? Don't waste another summer. Call
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VOLLEYBALL OFFICIALS for the In-
tramural Sports Program. Training and orien-
tation sessions to be held beginning Monday
March 8, 1993 at 7:00pm in the IMSB. Work
hours on Monday - Thursday evenings and
on Sunday afternoons. $5.00 per game. Con-
tact Steve Olson, IMSB, at 7633562 for fur-
WOMEN TO SIT 3 KIDS JUNE-AUG. 15-
20 hrs/wk. Need car. $5-7hr. 995-9367.
EUROPE '93 the lowest fares wth Student
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Mall. 663-4400 or 483-5695.
LOW FARES - Europe fr. $448, Eurorail
Flexipass from $298, Orient fr. $769 Call
Claudia or Dan @ Regency Travel, 209 S.
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 Wanda at Regency
Travel 209 S. State 665-6122.
SUNNY SPRING GETWAY! Cuddly log
cabins on lake. $49-69 nightly. Incl. hottub,
boats, canoes, and more. Travere City area
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BREW QUALITY BEER at home-$2/6-
pack! Free catalog. 301-540-3877. N. Am.
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HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Repairs authorized by
Gibson, Guild, Martin, Yamaha, Alvarez.
Tune up specials. Not just guitars.
2 MSU B-BALL TICKETS needed for
March 7th. Call 769-7245.
BLACK CROWE TIX FOR SALE! Floor
and balcony seats available. Call 665-9972.
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at Zen Buddhist Temple. 761-6520.
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11 SAY IT IN THE ...
Rep. Rivers adds
assisted suicide bill
by David Shepardson
Daily Government Reporter
Ann Arbor state representatives
played "Let's Make a Deal"
Thursday in debate over the assisted
Democratic Reps. Lynn Rivers
and Mary Schroer supported the new
assisted suicide bill in exchange for
procedural safeguards. The bill
passed the state House 96-10.
Heeding intense public pressure,
the legislature passed a new bill
making assisted suicide punishable
immediately. The original bill,
which passed in December, would
not have taken effect until March 30.
Assisted suicide is considered a
felony and can result in up to four
years in prison or a $2,000 fine. The
law is scheduled to remain in effect
for 15 months.
This temporary ban is aimed at
stopping the actions of Dr. Jack
Kevorkian, the retired Royal Oak
pathologist who has helped 15 peo-
ple commit suicide since 1990.
But Kevorkian has said he will
"violate a bill, that I strongly believe
to be unconstitutional."
The controversy over doctor-as-
sisted suicide intensified when he
doubled the number of patients he
helped to commit suicide in the last
In changing the law, Rep. Rivers
proposed a pair of amendments to
protect doctors and caregivers from
being unfairly prosecuted.
The first amendment makes it le-
gal for people to refuse medical
treatment. It also allows health pro-
fessionals to remove life-support
machines or stop treatment with the
patient's consent or a living will.
The second amendment protects
caregivers who give pain-easing
medications like morphene, which
may have the effect of lessening the
Rivers said the amendments were
needed to protect members of the
health profession and to allow peo-
ple to continue to "die with dignity,"
if they so choose.
"If you follow the previous bill,
anyone who didn't take every possi-
In making the ban on assisted
suicide effective immediately,
the state House agreed to the
following two amendments
introduced by Rep. Lynn
Rivers (D-Ann Arbor):
allow health professionals
to remove patients from life
support or withold medical
treatment with patient's
consent or a living will;
protect caregivers from
liability for administering
that may decrease a patient's
ble action to save someone's life
could be prosecuted. You could
prosecute doctors for following liv-
ing wills," Rivers said.
Rivers defended her decision to
support the bill. "This was a last-
ditch effort to make necessary
changes in a bill that was going to
"When the commision returns
from working on the issue, it will
come before the House again and I
will oppose the bill," Rivers said. "It
is an invasion of privacy and
Also charging that the bill is un-
constitutional, the Michigan chapter
of the American Civil Liberties
Union (ACLU) sued to block the
state's assisted suicide law
yesterday, claiming it violates both
the state and U.S. Constitutions.
The ACLU filed the suit in
Wayne County Circuit Court on be-
half of two cancer patients and eight
health professionals. Attorney
Elizabeth Gleicher said the group
will go to court within the next
seven days seeking an injunction to
stop enforcement of the law.
John Truscott, press secretary for
Gov. John Engler, said he is confi-
dent the law will stand up to legal
In the meantime, a soon-to-be-
created study commission will
examine the issue of assisted suicide.
PROBLEM PREGNANCY HELP
Let us help you choose life. 769-7283.
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