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CLASSIFIED ADS

764-0557

IX

6 BEDROOM HOUSES
Near Athletic & Central Campus
200 Packard $1600/mo
815 McKinley $1700/mo
* Parking * Laundry
* Furnished * 2 Baths
Security Deposit As Low As $0
761-7491
OAKLAND MANAGEMENT

***SANDI'S WORDPROCESSING***
Reports, resumes, dissertations. 426-5217._
INTERPLANETARY RESEARCH as-
sociates - We will research most subjects,
abstracting, bibliographies, document
delivery, online searching, Call 426-4456.

NOW LEASING FOR '93. Houses & apts.
going fast. Oakland Management. 761-7491.
OAKLAND NEAR ARCH, modern 2
bdrm., AC, pkng, $760-800; 1 bdrm, $550,
665-4617.
PILOT ARABIC LANG. HSE. in Oxford
Co-op. off Geddes. Dbls. avail., meals incl.,
on-site computing, TVNCR lounge. Dinner
& tour 3125 @ 5:30. Call immed. to RSVP or
get info. Call Matt 764-4404.
REASONABLE RENT, Reasonable
Landlord, &convenient location; on E.
S Jefferson. ldbl.& 2 sgl. avail. May-May.
665-2411.
REDUCED RENT 6 BDRM. FURN. house
@ 531 S. First. Spacious, 2 baths, free Indry.,
porch & prkng. $1400/5 persons, $1500/6
persons + util. 668-6432.
ROOMS FOR RENT: Great loc., State &
Hill, furn. & all utils. c. free ]dry. & more.
Start from $275 & up. Call 406-7027 or 429-
8271.
SEPT LRG 6 BDRM HSE. Easy walk to
Diag. Decorate to suit, rent neg. 663-9131.
SHARE LARGE HOUSE-OWN ROOM,
pkng. no utilities. Short lease. 973-7368.
SOUTH UNIVERSITY/S.FOREST ST. 2
Central campus locations with extra large 2
bedrooms and many extra features. Only a
few left for May and September. So hurry!
Call today! 761-8000.
SPACIOUS, MODERN 1 & 2 Bedroom
Apartments. Call Post Realty at 761-8220.
STUDIO APT. CENTRAL CAMPUS
Security, A/C. $600/mo +util. Call Janice
995-9321.
SUMMER ROOMS including community
kitchen/ living/ bath & laundry space. Plenty
of parking. $175/mo. single, $125/mo.
double, $100/mo. triple. Must arrange
doubles & triples prior to signing. Call 741-
4781 or stop in at 1617 Washtenaw (by the
rock).
SUNNY APTS. IN CHARMING HSE. 3
eff., a 1 bdrm. Hardwood floors, many
windows, blinds,area rugs incl. Cats O.K.
Pkng., ]dry. avail. Near Bus. and Law
schools. Quiet non-smokers inq. @ 668-
8457.
TIRED OF NASTY CARPET, broken
down log cabin furniture. & general
dreariness? Check out our new look @ Fuller
East Apts. A new style and new Mgmt. Call
Judy, Heather, or Todd @ Oppenheimer
Properties, Inc. 995-5575.
WE HAVE WHAT YOU WANT for spring/
summer 1993. Apts. at special rates & great
locations begining May 7. Please call Wilson
White Co. Inc. 995-9200. EHO.
'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 BEDROOM lg., modern apt. located on S.
University across from pizza Uno's.
Dishwasher, air condit., & free laundry
includ. Avail. Spring/Summer. 994-9257.
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.
COZY, BRIGHT EFF. avail. 4/1, pkng.,
Idry., microwave, cat ok. $375/mo. sec. dep.,
Kim 662-7407/668-8854. Call today.
FURNISHED 2 BDRM. APT. at 1015 E.
Ann, near hospital. Avail. May-Aug. $400/
mo. Pkng., ldry. & storage. 663-6138.
FURNISHED SUMMER SUBLET-Great
loc, 3 bdrm apt, 3-4 people **large deck**
on S. Forest & S. Univ., util + pkng ml. May
to Aug. $650/mo neg. 996-0513 ASAPI
HERITAGE HOUSE, 829 TAPPAN, Huge
2 bdrm. apts. Loaded. New furniture, lrge
balc. Lndry. Pkng. Storage. $550/mo. for up
to 4 people. 761-3920 or 761-6170.
HEY! PERFECT LOCATION:May-Aug
Sublet 2 bdrm apt on S. Forest bet. Hill &
South U. Spacious, furn., big kitchen, light.
Call 994-7029 or 769-6130. Price neg.
HILL NEAR MAIN modern 2 bdrm., AC,
dwshr.,pkng., $300, no pets 665-4617.
LARGE 1 bdrm. in quiet secure bldg. close
to everything. $600 incl. heat, elec. cable.
Avail. May-Aug. 930-6821.
MAY-AUG. Charming, furn. studio. Wood
floors. Tappan/Hill -close to Law/bus. Park-
ing avail. Rent neg. Call 995-8710.
MAY-AUGUST 1 bdrm. furn. apt. Idry., sec.
sys., balcony, A/C, near Stucchi's, Rick's,
Geddes bus stop. Neg. 747-8945.
MODERN BEAUTIFULLY FURN. 1 or 2
person 1 bdrm. apt. @ $350. Currently leas-
ing @ $711. Includes heat, water, gas for
cooking, ]dry., pkng. No Pets! May-Aug!
663-8487.
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLETS rooms,
efficiencies, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments Im-
mediate or May occupancies. Call Varsity
Management 668-6906.
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET
1 bdrm. apt., huge, pkng., lots of windows,
rent $440/neg. 996-3389.

SUBLET AVAILABLE: Spring-live with
three great apt-mates. Summer-live alone.
Perfect loc., free idry., n-smkg. fem. please.
Call 994-6561, Lesley.
SUBLET SP/SUM **Great Location** Spa-
cious 4-Bdrm. next to B & Law Schools. All
util. & pkng. mcl. 662-0935.
SUMMER SESSION SUBLET-Great Loca-
tion-Thompson St. Bdrm. in house. Ldry.
avail June-Aug. Rent Neg. Call Judy 996-
1461.
SUMMER SUBLET
Spacious 3 bdrm., 2 bath apt. Corner of N.
State & Lawrence $600/mo. Price neg. Avail.
May-Sept. Call 741-4771.
ADOPTION 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.
S Joanne 313-946-9555 collect.

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GMAT, MCAT
GRE
Classes now forming for these and other
standardized exams.
We Offer:
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Expert instructors
The most current and extensive materials
available
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.
TYPING: Resumes, cover letters, &
applications. A2 Typing. Call 994-5515.
EASY WORK!! EXCELLENT PAY!!
Assemble products at home.
Call Toll Free
1-800-467-5566 Ext. 2085
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.
AFTER-SCHOOL & EVENING childcare
for 2 boys ages 7 & 10, 2-3 days/week &
full-time summer in my Burns Park home.
Non-smoker, own trans. 663-5452.
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, OH,
IN, & ILL. 663-8613 for info.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for Tues. a.m. &
posibly Thurs. a.m. for 4 mo. old baby. Call
Kate 663-2110.
BEN'S CAFE has part-time lunch and night
positions available. Apply at 1735 Plymouth
Rd., North Campus.
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.
CERAMIC STUDIO Lab Technician
needed! Modest salary w/full studio
privileges. Please call Ingrid Butterer @ the
Ann Arbor Art Association. 994-8004.
COUNSELORS
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 WHILE YOU LEARN Now thru
summer, dependable, strong women required
to aid disabled professional woman with
meals, personal care, driving. Cat lover. Call
662-2734 evenings.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTIES Office
needs workstudy student to assist with
general office work. Copying, filing, answer-
ing phone, light typing. 8-10 hrs a week,
$6.50/hr. Position available for Spring/Sum-
mer term. 936-3473 or 763-0614.
LARGE AA HOUSING development now
hiring for summer grounds work. Prior ex-
perience a plus. Call 971-7272 between 8:30
am-l1:30am. Application deadline is March
29, 1993.
LIVE IN ANN ARBOR THIS SUMMER
work with local painting company. Hiring
full-time foreman and crew positions. Hard-
work. No experience required, but very
helpful. Call today, interviews start next
week. Paying $7-10/hr. 769-4877.'
MACKINAC ISLAND'S Murray Hotel
recruiting full time summer employees. Call
665-5750 for application and interview on
March 23, 1993.
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 Wed., March 24.

STUDENTS WANTED - The University
Health service's Peer Education Programs
needstudents to educate students about al-
cohol and other drugs, contraception, safer
sex, or stress management for 93/94
academic year. Gain credit, public speaking
experience. Men and students of color are en-
couraged to apply. Interested students may
attend an information session held on
Tuesday, March 23, 7-8 pm. in the Kuenzel
Room, MI Union or pick up an application in
Rm. N-209, University Health Service. Dead-
line for applications is April 2, 1993. For fur-
ther information, Call 763-1320.
SUMMER CAMP POSITNS.: Make a dif-
ference in the life of a child. Summer therapy
camp for handicpd. children. Located on the
shore of Lake Superior near Big Bay, Mi.
Positns. avail. for Counselors. waterfrnt.,
nature, arts + crafts/rec.,nurses, therpst., food
serv., + aux. Must beuenthusistic,resp.,+ love
children. June 13-Aug.8. Salary, rm./board
prov. Call/write for app. Bay Cliff Health
Camp 310 W. Washington, Ste. 300,
Marquette, MI 49885. (906) 228-5770.
SUMMER HELP WANTED: Make $5-7/
hr. working in your own hometown. 30-40
hrs./wk. 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.
SUMMER INTERNSHIPS (some full time
positions available) with a major telecom-
munications firm. Details in the Union s
Pond Room, March 24, 7 PM.
TELEPHONE INTERVIEWERS: The
University of Michigan, Survey Research
Center Telephone Facility needs people with
good communication skills, a pleasant phone
manner, and some typing ability to conduct
social science research interviews. You must
be available to work 20 hours per week,
mostly evenings & weekends. Pay starts at $6
per hour; bilingual Spanish-speaking inter-
views start at $7 per hour. Attendance is re-
quired at a one week training during April,
held Monday-Thursday, 5:45-12 midnight,
for one of the following 3 weeks: 4/12, 4/19,
4/26. Apply in person, weekdays, 8:30am to
4 pm, March 22-31, at the Universityof
Michigan SCIL Personnel Office, 1020
LS&A Bldg., 500 S. State St., Ann Arbor. A
TYPING TEST IS REQUIRED. Schedule
your test in person when applying for the
position. Persons fluent in Spanish are espe-
cially urged to apply. For additional taped in-
formation only, phone 764-6562. NO FUR-
THER CALLS OR CONTACTS WILL BE
ACCEPTED. An Equal Opportunity, Affir-
mative Action employer.
U-M OUTDOOR REC. CENTER
managers for sp. and su. Interest/exp. with
outdoor activites/equip, preferred. For more
,nformaion call 763-4560.
CHEAP TICKETS TO EUROPE! Fly
roundtrip Detroit/Amsterdam on scheduled
airline for just $560 perperson, plus taxes
Special"Dutch Treat" fare applies to depar-
tures between April 2 and June 4. Minimum
stay, 7 days. max. stay 6 months. Travel must
be on Friday. Tickets must be purchased by
April 15. Nonrefundable. Call Witte Travel in
GR. Rapids 616-942-5112 or toll-free 800-
253-0210.
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.
State, 665-6122.
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. Traverse City area
Ellis Lake Resort 616-276-9502.
HEADING for EUROPE this summer? Jet
there anytime for only $169 from East Coast,
$229 from Midwest (when avail.) w/
AIRHITCH! (Reported in Let's Go! & NY
Times.) AIRHITCH (r) 212-864-2000.
ORDER YOUR FBI/CIA/IRS/DEAN/NSA
files! Send name, birth date, ssn, $19.95:
Bluetree, Box 4177M, Mtn. View, CA
94040.
ATTN. BAUHAUS/LOVE and Rockets
fans: Send for a FREE Daniel Ash gift. Quan-
tities are limited. Send a postcard with your
address to: ASH Giveaway c/o Beggars
Banquet, 247 Madison Ave., Suite 804, NYC
NY 10016.
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Repairs authorized by
Gibson, Guild, Martin, Yamaha, Alvarez.
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Call 1-800-543-LENS!
ATTENTION JOB HUNTERS: Proven
success writing resumes and cover letters!
Call Power Resume: 764-6623 Don't wait!
NEED 4TH RMTE! Female. May. Lg.
single in 4 bdrm. apt. Hill-Oakland. 764-
1905.
PASSOVER-Join us for ous Passover Seder
dinner. Call now. Chabad 995-3276.
ROOMMATE NEEDED TO SHARE
Luxurious 2 bdrm., 11/2 bath apt. Call 741-
9300.
UNDECIDED ABOUT HOUSING for next
year? Two outgoing guys seeking I or 2
people to share a large 2 bdrm. apartment.
Call Bob at 747-9021 for info.
USED MACITOSH and IBM computers.
Call 649-2833.

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bikers to -
cycle for a
by Jennifer Kazulk

While many students spend their
summers working and relaxing in the
sun, LSA sophomore Adam
Berkeihamerhasadifferentideaabout
how to utilize his time.
Berkelhameris oneof 120cyclists
participating in Bike-Aid '93, the
eighth annual transcontinental bicycle
trek sponsored by the Overseas De-
velopment Network (ODN).
The participants - divided into
six groups-embark upon theirjour-
ney from separate cities and converge
in Washington, D.C. at the end of
August.
Berkelhamer will tackle the 10-
week, 3,600 miles starting from Se-
attle with his sister, who attends
Stanford University.
The two primary goals for Bike-
Aid'93 are raising money for ODN's
small-scale, self-help, community
development projects, and educating
the cyclists about global development
issues and domestic communityprob-
lems and initiatives.
Each participant in Bike-Aid '93
is required to raise a minimum of
$2,000, but is encouraged to raise
$3,600, one dollar for each mile of the
ride. ODN's pledge goal for Bike-Aid
'93 is $100,000.
In past years, cyclists have collec-
tively raised more than $800,000 for
development projects in 17 countries,
including the United States.
RC sophomore Rachel Erdstein,
who is currently applying for a space
in Bike-Aid'93, has never attempted
a long-distance trip. Biking experi-
ence is not a requirement.
"I realize that I am being rather
ambitious in attempting the trek but it
seems like an excellent program that

HEATHER LOWMAWDaly
LSA sophomore Adam Berkelhamer poses with his bike. Berkelhamer
will travel coastto coast this summer to raise money for AIDS awareness.

offers everything I want. I am inter-
ested in community service projects
and I've always wantedtotravel cross-
country. Bike-Aid offers an environ-
mentally-safe opportunity to see the
United States at a slower pace."
In addition to raising money for
community projects, Bike-Aidcyclists
take an active part in exploring solu-
tions to today's international develop-
mentproblems.Theeducationaltheme
for Bike-Aid '93 is "AIDS/HIV: A
Global Development Crisis."
Michael Spiegel, co-coordinator
of Bike-Aid '93, said, "The primary
reason the AIDS crisis was chosen as
this year's educational theme is the
gravity of the pandemic."
He added,''The majority of Bike-
Aid participants are students or recent
college graduates. People ourage have
had to deal with AIDS their entire

sexual lives, whether that means
knowing someone with HIV or prac-
ticing safer sex.
'The main objective in speaking
to communities is for us to learn,
rather than pretending we can teach,"
Spiegel said. "We also want to focus
on how AIDS is affecting small com-
munities."
Along their route, cyclists will
frequently visit community organiza-
tions that are addressing the AIDS -
crisis through primary care and edu-
cation.
The leg of Bike-Aid leaving from
Portland, Ore., will focus on how
AIDSis affecting women worldwide.
Berkelhamer expressed enthusi-
asm about all aspects of Bike-Aid
'93. "The trip itself is enough reason
to go, but the causes make it even
more worthwhile."

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groups ... and was really impressed
by their knowledge of multicultural-
ism," Monts said. "I just want stu-
dents to know that I operate on an
open-door policy, and I am a good
listener."
According to a personal state-
ment, Monts' involvement with mul-
ticulturalism began with his ap-
pointment 14 years ago.
"I have served on Affirmative
Action committees at the senate and
departmental levels, and I have
played an active role in the recruit-
ment of minority students and fac-
ulty."
Monts said he wants to bring this
experience to the University.
"You have approximately 160
Black faculty, we have about the
same number in the whole
University of California system ...
This shows that this Michigan
Mandate has really made a differ-
ence," he said.
Monts began his teaching and
administrative career as a graduate
teaching assistant of trumpet in
1970, and now serves as a dean and
a professor of Ethnomusicology.
His collegiate education began at
Arkansas Polytechnic College,
where he earned a bachelor's degree.
From there Monts attended the
University of Nebraska-Lincoln to
earn a master's in music in 1972. He
completed his formal education with

a doctorate in philosophy in 1980
from the University of Minnesota-
Twin Cities.
Provost and Vice President for
Academic Affairs Gilbert Whitaker
said he looks forward to Monts join-
ing the University.
"I am confident that (Dr. Monts)
will bring outstanding leadership and
vision to the University's multicul-
tural initiatives, which are of great
importance to our entire academic
community," he said.
Harold Johnson, chair of the
search committee that selected the fi-
nalists for the position, said he also
looks forward to increased emphasis
on multiculturalism for the
University.
"I hope we can continue to get
more faculty to include multicultural

content in their courses and increase.
research as appropriate in multicul- .
tural issues," Johnson said.
Jeanette Castillo, secretary for the
dean at the University of California-
said she wished he would reconsider
the move.
"We're going to miss his com-
mitment to the students and to the
people who work for him," Castiuo
said. "He always looked out for us;
- he's a good advocate for his staff:
and students." -0
Monts said he hopes to bring this'
commitment to Ann Arbor.
"One of my top priorities is to
make certain that (students). receivi
the very best education that the
University can provide. That's the
bottom line for me because that's
what they are there for."

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PROFIT SHARE INC. seeks motivated
sales people interested in earning $6000+. Be
your own independent contractor controlling
your hrs. Contact rep: 995-2258.
QUALIFIED WORK STUDY STUDENT-
Important opportunity to transcribe taped in-
terviews of survivors of sexual abuse. Good
typing skills. Please call 996-5933.
SALES INTERNSHIP Earn over $10K in 3
mo. Only 5 positions avail. for motivated
students. Call Alex to apply 665-5168.

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