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6+ BEDROOM HOUSE
Near Frieze & Medical'Campus
405 N Thayer
* Furnished .Laundry
* Sept to Sept * Parking
* THREE baths * $1800/mo
Room for more than 6 people
761-7491
OAKLAND MANAGEMENT
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

SUBLET
MAY - AUGJa 1 Irg. bdrm. in 2 bdrm.
furn. apt. $ISO/mo. + utils. Clean, modern,
A/C, pool. N. Campus 663-4615.
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. I or 2
person 1 bdrm. apt. @ $350. Currently leas-
ing @ $711. Includes heat, water, gas for
cooking, ldry., 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.
SUB. AVAIL. MAY 1. Large eff. Very
clean,tvery bright. Nr. C.C. on E. William.
Security ent., ]dry. & prkg. avail. Call 994-
0624.
SUBLET AVAILABLE: Spring-live with
three great apt-mates. Summer-live alone.
Perfect loc., free ldry., 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. incl. 662-0935.
SUMMER SUBLET
Spacious 3 bdrm. in 5 bdrm. Close to
campus. 321 E. liberty #1. $150/rm. 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.
Joanne 313-946-9555 collect.
CLEANING SERVICE commercial,
residential. Free estimate, 485-5140.
CLEO: 15% discount on acne preparations
at the Village Apothecary. Get your asp. over
there ---Mark.
ERIC'S ACTION SPORTS- Team
uniforms & shoes for all indoor sports. 2
blocks off State Street. Call 663-6771.
PROBLEM PREGNANCY HELP
Let us help you choose life. 769-7283.
YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT "HOT" IS
'till you havetried Peppa-Po hot sauce at
Tios. 333 E. Huron761- 5660
SUDENT SERVICES

HELP WANTED
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..nL &
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.
CAMP COUNSELORS and Area Directors:
Camp Michigania, U-M Alumni Family
Camp in Boyne City, June 13-Sept. 4. Open-
ings in Child Care, Sports, Arts & Crafts,
Riflery, Swimming, Aerobics. Contact Ann
Turner, Assistant Director, (313) 764-4576.
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.
$1,000 AN HOUR!
Each member of your frat,

FALL RENTAL
Frieze 1 block
Large 1 bedrooms
Efficiencies
Washington Manor
418 E. Washington
Must see!
2 blocks to Diag
668-6906 663-3641
NEAR CAMPUS-5 bdrm. furn. house,
=kg. Idrynwkthn m akt
y or now S e, lease $1500+ utial516
NEAR FRIEZE BLDG. 5 bdrm. apt. $1350
+.elect. 6 bdrm. hse. $1560 + util 10 bdrm.
hse. $2650 + util. Ph. 663-9311.
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 il.,
on-site computing, TVNVCR lounge. Dinner
& tour 3/25 5:30. Call immed. to RSVP or
et info. Call Matt 764-4404.
REASONABLE RENT, Reasonable
Landlord, &convenient location; on E.
Jefferson. ldbl.& 2 sgl. avail. May-May.
665-2411.
REDUCED RENT 6 BDRM. FURN. house
Q 531 S. First. Spacious, 2 baths, free Indry.,
porch & prkng. $1400/5 persons, $150016
-persons + util. 668-6432.
ROOMS FOR RENT: Great loc., State &
Hill, furn. & all utils. incl. free Idry. & more.
Start from $275 & up. Call 406-7027 or 429-
8271.
SEPT LRG 6 BDRM HSE. Easy walk to
.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
Securit, A/C. $600/mo +util. Call Janice
995-9321.

HELP WANT.ED.
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 University of
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
ACCE D. An Equal Opportunity, Affir-
mative Action employer.
.OING. l LACE
CHEAP TICKETS TO EUROPE! Fly
roundtrip Detroit/Amsterdam on scheduled
airline for just $560 per person, 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/$199. Bring your
Continental voucher and AMEX Card.
Anywhere in the U.S.A. on US Air fr.$d129/
$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 Got & NY
Times.) AIRHITCH (r) 212-864-2000.
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Lessons, repair, music.
Tune up & lesson specials. What's free?
PASSOVER-Join us for our Passover Seder
dinner. Call now. Chabad 995-3276.
CONTACTS - 50% SAVINGS
Call 1-800-543-LENS!I
RUMMAGE SALE First Baptist Church.
502 E. Huron. Friday 9-5, Saturday 9-1.
JURORS NEEDED FOR MOCK TRIALS
@ the Law School: April 5, 7, 8, 12, 14 & 15.
Sign up for one or more. Call 763-4319.
ATTENTION JOB HUNTERS: Proven
success writing resumes and cover letters!
Call Power Resume: 764-6623 Don't wait!
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NEED 2 ROOMMATES. female.
nonsmoking. to share 2 bdrm. bi-lev. Sept.
1700 Geddes-Hill apt. Colleen & Wendy
769-9339.

The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, March 24, 1993 - Page 7
Going ga-ga over Goo Goo
by Andy Cahn
Back in 1982, no one expected that a band from Minneapolis called the
Replacements would have an impact on anyone's life. After their first album,
"Sony Ma, Forgot to Take out the Trash" came out, even rock journalist/guru
Dave Marsh wrote, "Will we ever hear from these guys again? Who cares?"
Eleven years and one breakup later, as the former members try to recapture the
magic they eventually created, it is the Goo Goo Dolls who emerge as the ideal,
dare I say, replacement. While Paul Westerberg sings, "Na na na...," this band
from Buffalo, NY puts out a stellar record, "SuperstarCarWash," with some of
the highest energy pop tunes since "Pleased toMeetMe."Though the influence
is very clear throughout the disc, do the Dolls forge theirown identity, or are they
merely 'Matsmania?
BassistRobbieGoo (they do thatRamonesname-thing) said theirhistory has
been similar to that of the Replacements. "Our first record was a lot like 'Sony
Ma ..."' he said, "and some of the hardcore kids who were with us back then
think we have sold out with our current stuff."
The fact is, they only played stuff like that because they didn't know what
they were doing. Once they really learned how to play their instruments, they
figured out how to put together tunes that more than just a handful of flannel-
clad dudes would be into. "SuperstarCarWash" is not a mosh-fest, but it does
have much more guts than the last two Replacements discs. Fans of the
Lemonheads and Dinosaur Jr. should make room for it in their collections, while
fans of Material Issue will realize they have been wasting their time.
Though the Goo Goo Dolls latest release is going to be pushed hard by
Warner Brothers, itis hardly a majorlabel selloutdisc. Goo said, "We recorded
it for Metal Blade, but Warner liked it and they wanted to promote it. We were
surprised."
It might seem like they are being pushed as the "New Replacements" but this
is not entirely true. The band does not hide the influence, for the 'Mats are
thanked in the liner notes, and Westerberg wrote the lyrics for the first single,
"We Are the Normal."
"If you're an alternative band," Goo said, "You're going to be grouped into
some sound. There's Manchester, Seattle, Athens, but we're obviously into the
Minnesota sound."
So, it is more than just record label created media hype. They are the hand-
picked successors to the throne. Besides, it's hard tobearipoff band with aname
like Goo Goo Dolls.
"We want to keep people from taking us seriously," Goo said.
Thatmustmean we shouldn't take that comment seriously either, and admit
that these guys are for real.
The 0Goo o Dolls will open for SoulAsylumtomorrow night at Hill
Auditorium. Tickets are $10 for students and $15for civilians. Call 763-
TKTS for more info. The show starts at 8 PM.
Mosns growsat 'U'

sorority, team,{
pitches in just
and your group
$1,000 in just a

club, etc.
one hour
can raise
few days!

SUMER SUBLET on White near Yost. 2
bdrms., bi-level, room for 3. $450/mo. neg. +
elec. Avail May 15-Aug. 996-9538.

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 AFS. IN CHARMING HSE. 3
ff., a 1 bdrm. Hardwood floors, many
windows, blinds,area rugs incl. Cats O.K.
-Pkng., ldry. avail. Near Bus. and Law
,chools. Quiet non-smokers inq. 0 668-
8457.
TIRED OF NASTY CARPET, broken
down lo cabin furniture. & general
drearnes*s? Check out our new look @ Fuller
:East Apts. A new style and new Mgmt. Call
Judy, Heather, or Todd @ Oppenheimer
Properties, Inc. 995-5575.
TWO BDRM. BASEMENT APT. two
blocks from Union in old house. Avail. 1
May, year lease. $550 includ: utils. & laundry
Evening 878-6282.
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.
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.
EFF. Very nice, furn., great location Rent
neg. 741-0049.
FURNISHED 2 BDRM. APT. at 1015 E.
Ann, near hospital. Avail. May-Aug. $400/
mo. Pkng., Idry. & storage. 663-6138.
FURNISHED SUMMER SUBLET-Great
loc, 3 bdrm apt, 3-4 people **large deck**
0on S. Forest & S. Univ., util + pkng incl. May
to Aug. $650/mo neg. 996-0513 ASAP!
HERITAGE HOUSE, 829 TAPPAN, Huge
2 bdrm. apts. Loaded. New furniture, ige.
baic. Lndry. Pkng. Storage. $550/mo. for up
to 4 people. 761-3920 or 761-6170.
HILL NEAR MAIN modern 2 bdrm., AC,
"dwshr.,pkng., $300, no pets 665-4617.
MAY - AUG. Large 1 bdrm in quiet secure
bldg. Close to everything! Rent incl. Heat,
elec. & cable. Neg. 931-6821.

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***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.
LSAT
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
don.Pckup/dro off. 482-5000.
TYPING: Resumes, cover letters, &
applications. A2 Typing. Call 994-5515.
:: P--ANTED
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.

Plus a chance to earn
$1000 for yourself!
No cost. No Obligation
1-800-932-0528, ext. 65,
GRAPHIC DESIGNER/photographer
needed to design cover of 1993-1994 Student
Directory. Grads and undergrads call 764-
0557 or send resume to:
Directory Cover Design
Student Publications
420 Maynard
Ann Arbor, MI 48109.
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- 1:30am. 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.
NEED EXTRA CASH?
Campus reps needed. Sell electronics
&CDs for major distributor.
Call (800)-394-2331.
PROFIT SHARE INC. seeks motivated
sales people interested in earning $6000+. Be
your own independent contractor controlling
your hr. 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.
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
48106.
SUMMER INTERNSHIPS (some full time
positions available) with a major telecom-
munications firm. Details in the Union's
Pond Room, March 24, 7 PM.
SUMMER SAILING SCHOOL Director
for ages 9 to adult. $3000-3500, CPR/
Lifesaving certification, sailing/teaching
experience. Apply to Saint Joesph JR. Foun-
dation Sailing School, 120 Niles Ave., Saint
Joesph, MI 49085 by 4/15/93.

NEED 4TH RMTE! Female. May. L 'I love the irony of me,
single in 4 bdrm. apt. Hill-Oakand 74-.
1905. an African-American
ROOMMATE NEEDED TO SHARE Woman, writing books
Luxurious 2 bdrm., 112 bath apt. Call 741- taching nglis
9300. and teaching English.'
:JggjJy -Thyl/as Moss
USED MACITOSH and IBM computes.
Call 649-2833.
family members also influenced her
M i hi andecision, her family playing a very im-
portant part in her writing and her life.
Alumni work here: She speaks of returning to her "deterio-
rating oldneighborhood" with the fond-
The Wall Street Journal ness of someone who holds all memo-
The New York Times ries very dear; considers all experiences
The Washington Post priceless.
The Detroit Free Press "You should write about things that
The Detroit News you have experienced, as well as things
NBC Sportsthat you haven't experienced ... and
Associated Press one shouldn't limit themselves to writ-
United Press International ing aboutthings thatthey like," she said.
Scientific American Time "I think writing means writing about
Newsweek things you hate, putting yourself in the
Sports Illustrated position to responsibly understand the
things you hate well enough that you
USA Today can write about them."
Because they Professor Moss practices respon-
worked here: sible understanding in her writing
through using different viewpoints in
her poems, writing about the lives and
'a, struggles of all minorities, including
jfir1iTU n 1niatij women, immigrants and children. She

by Uz Shaw
At the beginning of the winter se-
mester, when Professor Thylias Moss
found herself at the University, it was
for many reasons, personal and profes-
sional. But, as with her reasons for
writing, the most outstanding reason
had to do with culture. Professor Moss
moved to Ann Arbor from Boston to
foster the growth of her family and her
career.
"I saw that this university, overall,
needed the perspective of an African-
American female, especially inthis [En-
glish] department," she said ofherdeci-
sion to teach here over five other insti-
tutions.
The fact that Michigan is central to
her family home and many different

feels thatany exposure to minority writ-
ings is important, as is the minority
point of view on traditional pieces of
literature.
"I like teaching "Moby Dick" be-
cause I like the poetry of it, but there are
certain questions, along with the obvi-
ous ones, that my perspective will bring
into the class. For example, where are
the women in this book? They have to
be somewhere, where are they? Points
like these are just as important as the
usual questions," she said.
Presently, the best thing going in
ProfessorMoss's life isjust the fact that
she's living. She and her husband are
both employed by the University, and
are getting ready for their 20th wedding
anniversary, and their second son,
Ansted, is getting ready to turn two.
These things, along with her first son,
six-year-old Dennis, are the most im-
portant things in her life right now. Her
writing career is especially important to
her just because she feels that she was
never meant to make it this far.
"I love the irony of me, an African-
American woman, writing books and
teaching English. I just feel like saying
to everyone: 'This was not supposed to
happen to our race,' if there was one
thing we were not to be taught it was
how to read and write ... and now I'm w
making a career of it."
As long as people continue to like
her writing and publishers continue to
produce her works, Professor Moss will
be happy. She is about to release a
children's book, as well as a collection
of new and selected works of which she
is very proud. It's a feat that not many
woman have accomplished at her age,
so she is especially pleased to be doing-
it as a young African-American. Her
previous works, which include collec-
tions of poetry such as "Pyramid of
Bone" and "Hosiery Seams on a Bow-
legged Woman" are well known within
the literary community.
Professor THYLIAS MOSS will be
giving a free reading at the Rackham
Amphitheater at 5p.m. on March 25.

GOODIBo.K
THIS SUMMER.

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