The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, January 12,1993- Page 7
Now Hiring Delivery Drivers. Immediate
Openings, Flexible Hours. Take Home 100%
Of Pay Nightly! Avg. pay $50-100/night.
Apply at Gumby's Pizza
1952-G Sout Industrial
Colonial Lanes Plaza.
A WORK STUDY POSITION
AVAILABLE: The Survey of Consumers at
the Survey Research Center is looking for a
Assistant in Research, 10-20 hrs./wk. Posi-
tion includes a variety of tasks involving sur-
veys of U.S. consumers. Please call Denise
ANGRY WRITERS CALL 930-2635.
Magazine needs you!
APPROVED WORK STUDY ONLY:
Laboratory Assistantship in molecular biol-
ogy lab. Basic math, laboratory skills and
work study appointment required. Deliver
resumes/qualifications to: A. Glatfelter, C560
ARABIC TUTOR: For Egyptian and Pales-
tinian dialects. Must be fluent in English.
$10/hr. Call Eric at 662-4712.
ARTHUR VICTOR PAINTING, INC. is
looking for branch managers for summer '93.
Experience helpful but not necessary; com-
plete training & field support. High income
ATTENDANT CARE for disabled fem. $6/
hr., 2 hr. shifts, N. campus. 663-4372.
ATTRACTIVE FEMALE MODELS
WANTED for portrait, figure, boudoir
photography. No experience necessary. Will
create portfolio at no expense. Some part
time work available. Call Alpha Productions
BEN'S RESTAURANT: Counter help, part-
time 11-3pm. Close to N. Campus, 1735
Plymouth Rd. next to Videowatch.
BUS PERSONS NEEDED $5 plus meals.
BUSINESS STUDENTS AND
TASP International is now hiring motivated
students to fill management positions this
summer. Join the #1 summer management
program while earning $8,000 - $10,000 and
*building your resume. Positions are open
across Michigan particularly in Monroe,
Tecumseh, Adrian, Flint, West Bloomfield,
Grosse Pte. and Farmington Hills. For more
information call 1-800-543-3792.
CHALLENGE YOURSELF TO TAKE
ACTION! Volunteers needed to participate
in 6 week dialogues between Blacks/Jews,
Men/Women, Blacks/Whites, or Lesbians/
Gays/Bisexuals/Heterosexuals. CALL IGR at
936-1875. Applications due Jan. 22.
INTERN FOR INVESTMENT AD-
VISORY FIRM. 8-12 hours per week.
Flexible schedule, spreadsheet experience
necessary. Call 668-4040 for information.
LUNCH SHIFTS AVAILABLE- Stockwell
Dining Services. We have short lunch shifts
that may fit nicely into your busy schedule.
The pay is great and the hours flexible. Come
check us out or call 764-1194.
MICHIGAN TELEFUND still seeks stu-
dents to call U-M Alumni for its Funnd-Rais-
ing efforts. Pay starts at $6/hr. Call 998-7420
for more information.
NCC WAITSTAFF WANTED. Catering
experience helpful. Call Sue at 764-2142.
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
SITTER NEEDED for two girls 10 and 8.
Fridays 3:30-5:30pm. Addnl. hours poss.
Must have own car. 747-9234 after 3:30.
Needed at Student Publications (Michigan
Daily, Michiganensian and the Gargoyle).
We are looking for individuals who are
enthusiastic, energetic and in good physical
condition. $5/hr. Must be available 8:15 am
to 12:15 pm at least two days a week. To
apply, call David Friedo at 764-0550 or stop
by Room 205 at 420 Maynard Street.
SUBJECTS NEEDED Male, right-handed,
native English speakers, normal vision, nor-
ial hearing for reaction time experiment in
cognition. Must be available for 90 minutes,
3 consecutive days, same time each day.
Hourly pay + bonus. Call 936-2056.
SUBWAY- close to North Campus. Days!
nights, flexible hrs., free meals, 1701
Plymouth Rd. (next to videowatch).
SWIM (SWI)INSTRUCTORS needed by
community, education and recreation.
Flexible hours beginning in January. Apply
immediately at 2765 Boardwalk, Ann Arbor.
994-2300 ext. 233 E.O.E.
US TRACERS IS CURRENTLY seeking
motivated students in the Ann Arbor area for
FT and PT independent work. Call 1-800-
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES AT
SOS CRISIS CENTER. Help with personal
and family problems, homelessness, hunger,
suicide and substance abuse. Learn valuable
skills. Call 485-8730.
WENDY'S IS NOW HIRING. Get the best
in the business compare hours to all others.
Join America's quality restaurant team at
Wendy's. Crew positions available for full &
part-time breakfast, lunch, evening & closing
shifts. We offer
* Competitive starting wage of up to
* Free Meals and uniforms
* Performance & Wage reviews
* Friendly working environment
Stop by and fill out an application and see
how you can begin a rewarding and respon-
sible opportunity with America's leading res-
taurant team. Apply at University of
Michigan Union Wendy's.
WINGS OF WESTWOOD- Now hiring
drivers and cooks. Call 662-4659.
Sell it . dit.
The Daily Classifieds!
WORK FOR ACADEMIC CRED1 I t
VOLUNTEER at U of M's Pound House
Children's Center during Winter Term. Join
hundreds of past students in quality ex-
perience in working with young children. Lo-
cated at Hill and East University. Please call
764-2547 for more information or to arrange
WORK STUDY STUDENTS WANTED
TO FILL 3 POSITIONS. Psychology
research. Learn coding, Macintosh programs,
follow-up techniques. $6.50/hr. Call 764-
8060 for interview with Ketl or Amy.
PRICES FOR STA Y-NO T PER NIG H T'
SOUTH PADRE ISLAND ,,.,)09
S and 7 NIGHTS
5 AND 7 NIGH TS
L O FARE S LNErAofr$ 9 rint
$769 Cal Claudia or Dan Rege Travel,
209 . State, 665-6122.
ROMANTIC X-SKI GETAWAY! Cozy log
cabins with outdoor hot tub. $49-$69 nightly-.
Traverse City area. Close to downhill. Gift
certficates available. Ellis Lake Resort. 616-
Bivouac Adventure Travel 761-8777.
SKI SPRING BREAK in Park City, Utah-.
Call Amy 996-2648 or Tami 665-1026.
SPRING BREAK Acapulco fr. $469,
Jamaica fr. $539, Cancun fr. $479, Puerto
Vallarta fr. $539. Call Dan, Regency Travel,
209 S. State 665-6122.
SPRING BREAK IN CANCUN AND
JAMAICA. For best prices call Jeff immed.
SPRING BREAK IN CANCUN. All price
ranges available. Best trip at UM year after
year. Call Mike 995-5704 Amy 996-2648.
SPRING BREAK, DAYTONA BEACH!
O.F. Hotels, Quad 0cc. 7 full nights, Rflo
charter bus, $159.50 pp. Room only $69.50
VIP. Card special deals, food & ent. Daytona
Travel Tours Inc. 1-800-88I-BEACH.
SPRING BREAK 7 nights.
Cas a na 264.Bea M
Promote our Florida Spring Break
packages. Earn MONEY and Free trips.
Campus Marketing. 800-423-5264.
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 Kristina or Wanda at
Regency Travel 209 S State 665-6122.
STUDENTS DESERVE THEM! Special
student and youth fares at Student Travel
Breaks-Stamos Famiuly ITravel. 663-4400.
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Repairs authorized by
Gibson, Guild, Martin, Yamaha, Alvarez.
Tune up specials. Not just guitars.
NEED 2 OR 4 TICKETS for Indiana b-ball
game. Call 665-5911.
NEED 3-5 TICKETS FOR B-BALL VS.
ILLINOIS. Call Eric 665-2411.
DOWNTOWN COMM. LOFT/GALLERY
SPACE. Daily rates, 209 N. Main St. 769-
Interested in small
classes? Unique, compel-
ling topics? More contact
If so, enroll in a Pilot
Program course today! The
english 125 requirement is
fulfilled Pilot 165.
165.001 Why do Mexicans Call us
Gringos? US-Mexican Relations.
165.002 Images of Women in
Literature & the Media. MWF 9:30-11
165.004 Women's Health Issues.
165.006 Weapons of Mass Destruc-
tion. TTH 10-11:30
165.008 Unemployment & the Next
World War: Marxism. TTH 2-3:30
165.009 Back to the Future: Africa &
the Western World. TTH 12:30-2
165.010 Literature of Colonialism.
165.011 Composition Across the Age
Writing with Senior Citizens & High
School Students. TTH 2-3:30
114.001 Cultural Perspectives in
Architecture. TTH 11:30-1
119.001 West Meets East: Encoun-
ters with an Asian Perspective.
Pilot Program Mini-Courses
152.003 Rock & Roll: History &
Culture. MW 1-3, all semester
Call the Pilot Program Office
764-7521 for more info.
MICHIGAN EQUESTRIAN TEAM
CONTACT: Kim Lauver
IBM PS/S MODEL 70 386DX with 387
Math Co. 4MB RAM, 160MB HD, 1.44MB
FD, Ethernet card. Keyboard. $888. 482-
$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
ENTIRE 3RD FLR of house avail. Jan.
Fireple., prkng; 663-4161. $300/mo.
FEMALE, NON-SMOKER, clean & con-
siderate to share quiet 2 Bdrm, 3 mi. from U-
Hospital on bus rte. $307/mo. 663-8343.
ROOMIE NEEDED, Good location and
parking, choice of room and rent. Call Gino
HAVE EVER WANTED TO
BE PART OF A HUMOR MAG?
Well. if you'll settle for the Gargoyle, here's your chance. x
We have a number of staff positions open for the coming
academic year, and are seeking some students - boys and
girls just like yourself - to fill them. Also, business-minded
persons can work on commission to help us finance our
fine humor. If you are curious (and you are), come to our THE - G ZE
mass meeting. or stop by during our office hours.
Student Publications sc
- Ann Atoar,Ml 4C y
CHILD CARE NEEDED before &/or after
school for bright, challenging 9 yr. old. (7 -
8:40 a.m., 3:45 - 7 p.m.). Reliable transpor-
tation w/ seat belts a must. No smoking.
Consistency, sense of humor, active involve-
ment are called for. Good pay. Call Melissa
(h) 663-4451 or (w) 741-5774. Leave
CHILD CARE Bright, caring individual
needed for infant care in our home, 1-3 times/
week. Hours flex. Previous child care ex-
perience required. Excellent pay. Call Vicki
or Bob, 429-8127.
CRUISE SHIPS now hiring- Earn $2,000+/
mo. and world travel Holiday, Summer and
Career employment available. No experience
necessary. For employment program call 1-
206-634-0468 ext. C5598.
HANDYMAN NEEDED $8 hr. Must have
own tools. Approx. 10-15 hrs./wk. 973-2225.
At Saturn, we
know the value of team-
work. Our team is 6,900
members strong, and
our success is due to
one of them.
makes a difference, too.
It can help feed and clothe
the homeless, design and
build a solar-powered
vehicle, launch a campus recycling program, or
create an alternative spring break program to help
build homes for the poor. These are just a few ex-
amples of past Saturn Award winning projects, of
students working together to help their community.
The Saturn Award recognizes and encourages
The winning campus
" Receive $1,000 and a
trophy at a Saturn-
" Become eligible for
the 1993 National
Saturn Award of
$5,000 to be presented
at Saturn in Spring
So tell us about
Pick up your application at the
your team's success.
Student Organization Development Center, 2202
Michigan Union. Or for more information, call
763-5900. Applications are due by February 5, 1993.
In association with University of Michigan.
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