The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, March 16,1993- Page 7
SUNNY APTS. IN CHARMING HSE. 3
eff., a 1 bdrm. Hardwood floors, many
windows, blinds,area rugs inc. Cats O. K.
Pkng., Idry. avail. Near Bus. and Law
schools. Quiet non-smokers inq. @ 668-
THE STRATFORD 629 S. Forest at S.
Univ. Furn. 2 BRs. with balconies, AC,
parking. $830-$1190. Clean, quiet apart-
ments for non-smokers. 995-0534 or 668-
TIRED OF NASTY CARPET, broken
down log cabin furniture. & general
dreariness? Check out our new look @ Fuller
Jast Apts. A new style and new Mgmt. Call
Judy, Heather, or Todd @ Oppenheimer
Properties, Inc. 995-5575.
TOWER PLAZA! Large new unit. $800/mo.
avail. May, 1 bdrm. Lndry. prkng. 995-8945.
TWO GREAT PLACES avialable in Sep-
tember within walking distance to Rackham
and or the Medical Center. Large 617
bedroom house or Large 3 bdrm. apartment.
Apt. has huge modern kitchen, parking,
laundry and formal dining room for $1,100.
House has two full baths, two kitchens,
parking, laundry, porches & much more* for
$1,800. Walk a little get a lot Randy 434-
2350 or Lary 434-5787.
WE HAVE WHAT YOU WANT for spring/
summe 1993. Aps at special rates & great
locations begining May 7. Please call Wilson
White Co. Inc. 995-9200. EHO.
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'94 WINTER SUBLET in hse. on Hamilton.
Driveway parking & own large bedroom.
Great housemates! Call Kelly - 764-5755.
1 BDRM. in 2 BDRM. FURN. APT. on
,Hoover by IM bldg. Spring/Summer. $200/
mo. A/C, Indry, UM Comm. bus. 665-4150.
2 BDRM. APT. 921 S. Division Apt. 1,
$200/mo. neg., Pkng., Idry., heat incl. Avail.
2 BDRM. GREAT LOCAT. A/C, new furn.
prkg. spot. May-Aug. Price neg. 994-0455.
COZY EFFICIENCY avail. May - Aug. on
2nd floor of Victorian house, close to Law
school & Union. Off street prkng. Cats
welcome. $350/mo. 747-8394.
FURN. EFFICIENCY--LARGE, bright,
near campus. $300/mo. Includ. util. 994-
FURNISHED 2 BDRM. APT. at 1015 E.
Ann, near hospital. Avail. May-Aug. $400/
mo. Pkng., ldry. & storage. 663-6138.
GOING AWAY 1ST TERM? Fear not! We
are going away 2nd term & are looking for
someone to share a lease with. Call Jeremy,
668-0628 or David, 747-8795.
LIVE ALONE! Good size eff.- close to all.
Thompson St. $350 neg. 663-3396.
MAY-AUG. SUNNY 2 bdrm., A/C, next to
CCRB, 2 mins. to cmps., bus stops, 4 spaces,
$150 each-1335 Geddes #7. 769-8639.
Place an ad in
our Summer Sublet
ON LY $34
Published on March 24
Just fill out the rough copy
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Student Pub. Bldg.
SPACIOUS 2 BDRM. next to CCRB. Per-
fect for 2-4 people. Parking, laundry, 2
patios. May-Ag. neg. 747-9289.
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLETS rooms,
efficiencies, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments Im-
mediate or May occupancies. Call Varsity
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET Price neg. I
space in 2 bdrm. apt. Females only. Good
location. Call Kristin @ 663-7359.
SUBLET ENTIRE HOUSE! May-Aug.
Near campus. Pkng. Lndry. $800/mo Neg.
SUBLET FOR MAY-AUG. 93 Beautiful,
quiet, 1 bdrm. apt. New carpet & appliances.
Free parking. $330/mo. Util. incl. + $200
SUBLET SP/SUM **Great Location** Spa-
cious 4-Bdrm. next to B & Law Schools. All
util. & pkng. incl. 662-0935.
SUBLET-NOW THRU AUG. Huge furn.
rm., pkng., dry., $220 + util. 449-4797.
k Spacious 3 bdrm., 2 bath apt. Corner of N.
State & Lawrence $600/mo. Price neg. Avail.
May-Sept. Call 741-4771.
SUMMER SUBLET! Huge room w/balcony
in great house near State/Packard. Free
laundry! Furnished. Prkng. Mike 995-9439.
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ADOPTlION AS YOUR CHOICE can fill a
void in our lives. Let's help each other
through this difficult time. Our warm home
and loving hearts are waiting for the chance.
Joanne 313-946-9555 coll.
CLEANING SERVICE commercial,
residential. Free estimate, 485-5140.
DISCOVER MOSHIACH TODAY. Dial 1-
RMQ~ A ...i..h.J Vi-ua-l ch strvr 995-
Reports, resumes, dissertations. 426-5217.
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.
MAC'S WORD PROCESSING & Resume
Services. Days, eves, wknds, urgent also
done. Pick up/drop off. 482-5000.
STUCK ON CAMPUS without a car? Let
Mike's Errand Service handle all of your
errands. Ideal for grocery shopping, dry
cleaning pickup, etc. Call us at 788-8723
anytime - we guarantee satisfaction.
TYPING: Resumes, cover letters, &
applications. A2 Typing. Call 994-5515.
SUMMER JOBS TO SAVE
AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE
National Campaign positions to
protect endangered species,
recycling, and clean the
nation's polluted waterways.
Available in 22 states and D.C.
Campus intvws.: 3/17 and 3/18.
Call Jamie toll free:
Position currently available at a campus area
apt. building. Responsibilities include
cleaning, grounds work and leasing.
Compensation is in the form of a partial rent
credit. Apply in person at Wilson White Co.
Inc. 608 Packard Suite 2 Ann Arbor, MI.
SALES INTERNSHIP Earn over $10K in 3
mo. Only 5 positions avail. for motivated
students. Call Alex to apply 665-5168.
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
SUMMER HELP WANTED: Make $5-7/
hr. working in your own hometown. 30-40
hrswk. working outside w/ friends for ex-
terior painting contractor. Painting exp. a
plus, but willing to train. Call 1-800-543-
3792. for more info.
U-M OUTDOOR REC. CENTER
managers for sp. and su. Interest/exp. with
outdoor activities/equip. preferred. For more
information call 763-4560.
$40 PER HOUR STARTING !
Needed open minded men & women
for exotic maid service.
Conducting interviews in Ann Arbor
Weekend of 3/20.-Call 313-454-1306.
30 SUMMER JOBS AVAIL. Resort near
Lake Michigan. June 5-Labor Day. Send self-
add. stamped env. to : Mary C. Ott, Sunny
Brook Resort, 68300 CR 388, South Haven,
MI 49090. (616) 637-4796.
seeks dependable, strong woman toassist
with meals, personal care. Some driving.
Thurs.-Sun. Cat lover. Central campus. Call
ALASKA SUMMER EMPLOYMENT -
fisheries. Earn $600+/week in canneries or
$4000+/month on fishing boats. Free
transportation! Room & board! Over 8,000
openings. No experience necessary. Male or
Female. For employment program call 1-
206-545-4155 ext. A5598.
ATTENTION STUDENTS: Summer Jobs.
Student. Sprinklers is accepting apps. for
summer mgmt. positions. Earn up to 10k sel-
ling & installing Toro underground sprinkler
sys. Managers needed throughout MI, Oi,
IN, & ILL. 663-8613 for info.
CAMP COUNSELORS M/F Outstanding
Slim down camps: Tennis, dance,
Slimnastis, 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.
COOK WANTED 10-20 hrs./wk. Apply at
Scorekeepers, 310 Maynard St.
Prestigious co-ed Berkshires, MA summer
camp seeks skilled college juniors, seniors,
and grads. WSI, tennis, sailing, waterski,
canoe, athletics, roller blading, archery,
gymnastics, aerobics, golf, arts and crafts,
photography, silver jewelry, musical
directors, piano accompanists, science,
rocketry, camping, video, newspaper. Have a
rewarding and enjoyable summer! Salary
plus room and board. Call...
Camp Taconic: 800-762-2820.
EARN 100'S DAILY mailing circulars at
home P/T. Info: Desktop Ventures. Write 736
Packard Ste #102-A, A2, MI 48104.
Are you interested in Jewish communal
service? Hillel is currently interviewing for a
full time, paid internship for the '93-94
academic yr. For more info. Call Hillel at
INTERESTED IN ADVERTISING? want
to sell ads to local businesses? The Michigan
Daily has Account Executive positions open
for the Spring/Summer terms. Stop by the
Michigan Daily at 420 Maynard today to
pick up an application, which are due by Fri.,
Make $2000+ per month teaching basic con-
versational English abraod. Japan and
Taiwan. Many provide room & board +othcr
benefits. No previous training or teaching
certificate required. For program call 1-206-
632-1146. ext. J5598.
LOOKING FOR STUDENT TO PUB. the
INsider Magazine on campus & to manage
local concert series. We finance start-up
costs. Earn top income ($5-30/hr.) & gaa
valuable exp. Great for mktng. or advertising
majors. Call (708) 673-3458.
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
MYTH #27: finding a job in Ann Arbor for
the summer is next to impossible. WRONG.
The Michigan Daily is hiring Account Ex-
ecutives to sell advertising during the Spring
and Summer terms. Please pick up an ap-
plication at 420 Maynard. Applications are
due by Fri., March 19.
NEED EXTRA CASH?
Campus reps needed. Sell electronics
& CDs for major distributor.
NEED PROF. MINDED grad. students
seeking full/part time in an international co.
Mkt. Exp. preferred. Call 480-0158.
OFFICE JOB: Flexible, part time, $5/hr.
Dental Consultants, 1925 Pauline. Call 665-
POSTER PLACER-RESP. IND. to place
pstrs. in stores. Motivatd. Car. PT flex. $7/hr.
+ bonus/gas. Alex 1-800-783-8424.
POWER, FAME, MONEY... all obtainable
by working at The Michigan Daily as an Ac-
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plications are due by Fri. March 19, & can
be picked up at The Michigan Daily which is
located at 420 Maynard.
WANTED: Subjects for a psychology ex-
periment on perception at UM. The experi-
ment takes 3 hrs. and pays $15. To qualify,
must be right-handed, have vision correctable
to 2020, and be a native English speaker.
SEPARATE NORTHERN MINNESOTA
BOYS CAMP AND GIRLS CAMP
Seeking high energy, upbeat individuals with
a sincere interest in children. Some of the
positions include cabin counselors,
instructors and directors for waterskiing,
boardsailing, swimming, sailing, horseback,
bicycling, tennis, canoe, nature lore,
gymnastics, drama, riflery, & archery.
Supervisory positions, wilderness trip leaders
& co-ordinators; secretaries, cooks, kitchen
& maintenance workers. To apply contact
Camp Thunderbird, 10976 Chambray Court,
St. Louis, MO 63141, 314/567-3167.
WORK WITH ANN ARBOR'S largest
painting company. Must be willing to work
many hours. No experience required, but
very helpful. Call today, interviews soon. Pay
EUROPE! Lowest airfares w/student travel
breaks, rail passes & youth tours. Stamos
Travel Kerrytown Mall 663-4400.
LOW FARES - Europe fr. $448 Eurorail
Flexipass from $298, Orient fr. $769 Call
Claudia or Dan @ Regency Travel, 209 S.
SLOVAKIA/POLAND summer trips led by
local students. Hike in the scenic Tatras, visit
a Gypsy village, explore castles and medieval
towns, meet Slovaks and Poles. Call 800-
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. Icl. hottub,
boats, canoes, and more. Traverse City area
Ellis Lake Resort 616-276-9502.
there anytime for only $169 from East Coast,
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COUPLE seeks to house-sit or sublet Ann
Arbor house May I to Sept. I or longer. 88&-
Liberty. 665-8001. Repairs authorized by
Gibson, Guild, Martin, Yamaha, Alvarez-.
Tune up specials. Not just guitars.
CONTACTS - 50% SAVINGS
Bi-ev. bbey 909 Church. Call b764-1743
LOOKING FOR ONE non-smoking female
roommate to share one room of 2 bdrm. apt,
on Church. Call Lisa 930-0575.
ROOMMA TE NEEDE hTOpt SH ARE
SUBLET ON A BUDGET!Nice bdrm. in a
2- bdrm. apt. on Brown St. Fun female
roome too! Move in now. Rent neg! 668-
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There may be six manly men in this movie, but they are no "Reservoir Dogs."
Close encounters with 'Fire'
by Alison Levy and Michael Thompson
Back in the seventies when people were happy, they wore
crappy clothes, the sideburns were bushier, and the music
was good, a poor sap was abducted for a few days of R&R by
some evil aliens. His name was Travis Walton. This is the
Fire in the Sky
written by Tracy Torme; directed by Robert Lieberman; with
Robert Patrick, D.B. Sweeney and Craig Sheffer
review of his story. Oh, and the story of his five friends who
were accused by James Garner of killing him.
Michael: Oh, boy, what an exciting concept! An ex-
panded two hour "Unsolved Mysteries," minus Robert Stack
and his tremendous acting ability.
Alison: Really? It's not a concept, it's a true story. Didn't
you read the press kit? I'm glad Robert Stack wasn't in this
film, 'cause that left more time for the comic genius of Craig
Sheffer ("A River Runs Through It"), who isn't in the movie
nearly enough. Really, really, funny.
Michael: Whatever. Ile and the story were hardly enough
to sustain a feature length movie. I kept waiting for the
commercial break so I could go get my Coke and Chips.
Alison: First, I'm sorry to disappoint you, but I don't think
they sell chips at the theaters. Second, by story do you mean
the screenplay, penned by fabulously brilliant and lovable
Tracy Torme? The only huge problem I had was too little
Craig and too much of the bitchy wife. But, I guess if I lived
in Snowflake, Arizona, I'd be pretty crabby too.
Michael: What a kiss-ass; he's not going to give you ajob
Alison, deal with it. And you're not going to meet Craig
Sheffer or that other unmentionable. And the wife was
supposed to be crabby, the whole town was. Or did you miss
that point while you were cowering in your seat during the
Alison: Michael, Michael, Michael. Why don't you enjoy
the calming effect of several Valium, while I put this article
back in focus. The only reason I was cowering was because
I was gagging. That was seriously the most disgusting thing
I've ever seen. You're lucky there were no breaks to get chips,
'cause I would have puked them up all over you. As God as
my witness, I would rather sit directly across from Michael
Madsen in "Reservoir Dogs" while he cut some guy's ear off,
instead of sit through that again.
Michael: What? I fell asleep during all that talking. It
wasn't that bad, Alison. We had this discussion in our last
article. You have to start remembering that it's just a movie,
OK? Now, granted, this was based on a true story and hey, I
believe it, but what we saw was not, I repeat, was not real. Got
Alison: It was too, real. Travis Walton said so. Once again
I must refer you to the press kit. If you don't start reading
them, I refuse to write any more articles with you. That's what
I liked about it, that something, seemingly unreal, really was.
I thought the acting helped out a lot in that respect.
Michael: Get off the Craig Sheffer thing. Yes, the acting
was good and so was the writing, it was the story I had a
problem with. And I read the press kit so I know it was real,
it just wasn't interesting enough. Now I'm going back to
sleep so you can go on about Tim Roth or whoever.
Alison: Fine. But, TunRoth wasn't in this movie. Perhaps
you have a serious attention disorder. And, I wasn't talking
about Craig Sheffer this time. I was talking about Robert
Patrick ("Terminator 2") and D.B. Sweeney ("The Cutting
Edge").I liked the way that their ordeals paralleled each other
and Patrick's character Mike was more affected by the abuse
of society than his friend Travis (Sweeney), who was actually
taken by the aliens. Also, Sweeney was amazing as the
reclusive Travis who acted like a frightened animal after the
attack of his well-wishing friends. The only thing I couldn't
figure out was why Henry Thomas' character had such a hard
time dealing with the whole thing. E.T. fucking lived in his
closetfor aboutayear, for God's sake. Hey, wakeup. It's your
Michael: Another fucking speech. Whatever. Yeah, the
parallel was good, but not enough. And yeah, Henry Thomas
was kind of weird. Maybe puberty was really hard on him, I
don't know. Whatever the case may be, this movie had a lot
of the right things, but just didn't make it.
Alison: Well, at least I have interesting things to say
instead of leaching off the small dribble that you put out.
Overall, I liked the film. But, unfortunately for you I have to
go fill out my tax forms because he will give me ajob. lie said
Michael: As they say in Hollywood, trust me, Alison.
Alison: Same to you.
Michael: And more of it, you pre-pubescent psuedo critic.
Alison: If I were pre-pubescent, I would write something
really mean, but I'm not, so I won't, you big ninny.
Michael: Well, that's all the time, space and patience we
have! Go see the movie and until next time the terminal is
FIRE IN THE SKY
Continued from page S
Although such freedom can be equally
as taxing on the performer's and
listener's concentration, each piece on
"from p.s. 122" creates a thrilling dy-
namic without overkilling each piece's
Since each solo had to be recorded
individually, the CD uniquely collects
some of the downtown's most forth-
right improvisation (complete with
Dunaway's balloon torture, Jauniaux's
contorted vocals, and Cartwright's frigid
winds). But, if that doesn't blow your
horn, it's worth a listen just to hear
shears played, along with a stick violin,
toy piano, "junk," and a travicello-
mutant spawns of America's armpit.
The Loud Family
Plants And Birds And Rocks
Scott Miller has broken up Game
Theory and formed the Loud Family,
but he remains the same Big Star/Alex
Chilton devotee he has been throughout
his career. On the first Loud Family
album, "Plants and Birds and Rocks
and Things," Miller again works with
his long-time producer Mitch Easter,
who produced three Game Theory al-
bums. By now, Miller's songwriting is
so firmly entrenched that he cannot
write a song which doesn't resemble
Alex Chilton. However, they are very
good Alex Chilton songs, full of big,
bell-toned guitars and elliptical melo-
dies; theyare better than anything Chilton
himself is writing these days.
Miller may realize the striking simi-
larity between Chilton and himself in
not only their writing but even in their
voices. Perhaps this is the reason for the
audio experimentation on "Plants ...'
and the last Game Theory album. All of
is playing at Showcase.
the overdubbed vocal snippets, special
tape effects, and annoying wordplay
seem like hopeless attempts to mask
Miller's lack of original ideas. At times
it winds up sounding like the Beatles's
"Revolution 9" played simultaneously
with Big Star's "September Gurls," but
more often than not Miller and Easter
rely on straightforward productions of
Miller's hooks and melodies are from
old-school pop, music that will sound
traditional no matter what the context,
so the all the experimentation is futile.
All the tinkering doesn't hurt the genu-
ine pop masterpieces here (such as the
delirious one-twopunch of"Jimmy Still
Comes Around" and "Take Me Down
(Too Halloo)") but it nevertheless dis-
tracts. There are enough solid songs to
make this worthwhile for power-pop
fans, but in the end this is pure pop for
people with patience.
groups for incoming
.at least sophomore standing at time of application
-experience with workshop presentations, teaching
employment period - June 1 to August 13
must be available two week-day mornings each
week during spring and summer terms.