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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, February 1, 1994-7

$JLASSIFIED ADS

764-0557

DJ'S WANTED. No experience required.
E.O.E. Only call bet. 2:00 & 5:00 p.m. Mon.-
Thurs. 313/421-7952.
GREAT TEACHING JOB Looking for
medical students, PHD's or graduate students
for teaching pre-med students. For info call
800-300-7737.
GREENPEACE JOBS. Promote/educate
global ecological sanity. Call 761-1996.
41KEL THY MEN & WOMEN Age 20-35,
age height & weight, not on medications,
needed for inpatient study on growth
hormone. Women must have regular
menstrual cycles. Compensation on comple-
tioti of study. Call 763-3056 for Dr. K.
Krueger, Division of Endocrinology, U-M.
JACQUES COUNTER & bakery help. Part-
timt or full-time. 7 a.m.-2 p.m. M-F. Ap-
plicant should be friendly, enthusiastic &
outgoing. Please apply in person @ 715 N.
Univ. btwn. 7 a.m. & 2 .m.
NOW HIRING for spring/summer & fall
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he, senior staff office, 420 Maynard. Ap-
plication deadline is Feb. 16.
NOW HIRING- Midnight Bakers. Will train.
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Factory, 1306 S. University.
O TICE ASSISTANT -Dependable person
to :perform light office duties for environ-
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make own schedule. $6.00/hour. Send
restbme or letter to: 101 N. Main St., Suite
150-137, Ann Arbor, Ml 48104. Att: Laura.
RESEARCH VOLUNTEERS needed: heal-
ymales or females (postmenopausal or sur-
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for medicationresearch studies. Research
volunteers are paid for participation.
Interested? Call Liz or Ann at 313/996-7051,
Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Waer-Lambert/
Parke Davis Community Research Clinic,
2800 Plymouth Rd. Ann Arbor, MI 48105.
REWARDING SUMMER jobs. Firefighter,
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volunteer and government positions at na-
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For details call: 206/545-4804 ext. N5598.
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men because of their rare blood type.
rte APRL, P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
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S.P.P.I. is looking for individuals who want
togain management experience next
summer. Earn $8,000-$10,000 per summer.
Positions available throughout the midwest.
Call 1-800-887-1960 ask for Jeff Griffith.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well es-
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studlent or professional 20-40 years of age we
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frMore info
)FFICE PERSON part time. Phone & Mac
Fills a must: Excel & MS Word. Good with
numbers & details. Reliable. 761-7204.
U OF M WORK STUDY students preferred
- Michigan Union Food Service offers Stu-
dent Manager and U-Club Waitstaff
positions. Call Dada Dean or Charles Nelson
at 763-5789 for details.
WANTED: Good writer/researcher to
produce quanery newsletter. 761-7204.

STATISTICIAN/EPIDEMIOLOGIST
AVAILABLE POSITIONS
The Michigan Department of Public Health
for Health Promotion expects the possible
availability of position(s). These positions
vary in the previous professional experience
required. Duties may include large database
maintenance, knowledge of statistical
methods, appropriate analyses, and their
interpretation, sampling, survey
development, and the ability to produce
written reports. Others could include the
requirement of in-depth knowledge of
epidemiological methods (particularly of
chronic diseases). Expertise in SPSS and
other database software is highly desirable.
Statisticians, biostatisticians, epidemiologists,
and others with rigorous training in statistics
are urged to call for further information. A
bachelor's degree with not less than 12
semester (or 18 term) credits in statistics
(these can be graduate level) is required. One
to two years of professional experience in the
systematic collection, compilation, and
interpretation of numerical data also are
required. For more information, call Paulette
Valliere, Ph.D, Center fo Health Promotion,
MDPH at 517-335-8049 by Wed. Feb. 11,
1994.
SUMMER INTERNSHIPS, apply now.
Business Administration, Economics,
Accounting, Human Resources. 1-800-899-
9675.
SUPERVISOR for schoolage children in
after school program at childcare center- one
mile from camp us. M-F 2:30-5:45. $7.00/hr.
If you are a payfu,energetic, and respon -
sible leader please call us at 769-4403 or
leave a message at 769-4402. Summer work
also possible.
TASP INTERNATIONAL is looking for
hard working, highly-motivated students to
fill management position with our firm par-
ticularly in Novi, Northville, Plymouth,
Canton, Dearborn, Grosse Pt. and Monroe.
Build your resume and gain valuable busi-
ness experience. Average income $8,000.
Base salary $3,000. For the summer of '94.
For more information, call 1-800-543-3792.
THE CANCER SOCIETY telemarketing
program is looking for callers Mon.-Thur. 6-
9 p.m. to recruit volunteers. $5/hr. 10 weeks.
Flexible hrs. No sales. Call 971-4300, 8:30-5.
THE COLORWORKS Collegiate Painters
is now interviewing college students for sum-
mer 94 management positions. A resume-
building job w/tremendous eaming potential.
To explore job opportunities avail. wf/he
ColorWorks call 1-800-477-1001 & talk w/a
campus representative.
TUTOR for Stats 402 wanted. Call Joe at
998-0543.
WANTED: Gymnastics Instructors for girls,
boys, & preschool developmental classes.
Must be enthusiastic, have experience, &
have own transportation 971-1667.
EJS WORDPROCESSING service.
Resumes, papers, dictation, and typing.
Please call Beth at 973-7220.
SAVE ON COSMETICS, fragrances and
clothing. For free catalog, call 1-800-682-
8300 and give this account no. 25787-899.
Offered by an indep. Avon rep.
***PARTY AND/OR RELAX*** Spring
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Join Americas.,1 Tour
operator. We offer more
parties and activities at the
* i 4 A , guaranteed lowest prcesl
'H'IGAN
Cancun Mexico from $439
Daytona Beach, FL from,$129
Panama City Beach from $ 99
On-campus contact:
Mary @ 665-9657
Ira @ 662-6056
mIl Tom @ 741-4448
SERMVCES Steve @ 996-5887
120 Nor* A-S" oho ,. NY 14850 Regency Travel
1-0064-44 M @665-6122
BREAKERS! BOOK YOUR Spring Break
early & save big! Panama City from $99,
Jamaica $439, Cancun $439, Padre $289,
Daytona $79. Sell trips, Go free! Call EST 1-
800-234-7007.
CALL JETAWAY TRAVEL for spring
break. 994-5921. 1317 South U.
LOW FARES- London from $398, Germany
from $398. Other low prices for Europe
available. Regency Travel 209 S. State 665-
6122.
SKI SPRINGBREAK in Breckenridge,
Colorado. Call Amy 662-6978.
SPRING BREAK 7 nights from $299
Includes: Air, Hotel, Transfers, Parties and
Morel NASSAU * PARADISE ISLAND *
CANCUN * JAMAICA * SAN JUAN.
Organize a small group - Earn FREE trip plus
commissions! 1-800-GET-SUN-1.
SPRING BREAKS GUARANTEED lowest
prices. Student Travel Services has
experience. Call Ira 662-6056 or Tom 741-
4448. Florida from $119, Cancun from $459,
Jamaica from $459.
SPRING BREAK Puerto Vallarta $559,
Cancun $539, Nassau $639, Paradise Island
$689, Ski Winter Park $599. Other dest.
avail. Dan 665-6122 @ Regency Travel 209
S. State.
SPRING BREAK. Condos $129 Myrtle
Beach, SC. Sailboats $349 Miami, Key West,
Bahamas. Call (800) 714-8687.
SPRING BREAK RETREAT! Cozy,
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forest. Outdoor hot tub. $49-$69 nightly.
Reduced mid-week rate. Traverse City area.
Ellis Lake Resort 616-276-9502. ___

ANIIOUNO~MENTs

Marines kill 5
Somali civilians

Today & Wednesday
7-10 p.m.
at YAT Sorority
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very very contemporary large 2 bdrm. apt.
for Fall '94. This is luxurious living at an af-
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NON-SMOKING female roommate needed
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$260 plus 1/2 utilities. Call 434-0583. -
WE "3 FEMALES" need a roommate for
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the extras. Call 741-9300.
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paid. Please call Jessica or Bob at 1-800-864-
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MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) -
In the worst shooting involving
American troops in three months, U.S.
Marines opened fire in a street
crowded with Somalis waiting for
free food yesterday. At least five
people died and many were wounded.
A U.S. official said the 22 Ma-
rines shot in self-defense after their
five-vehicle convoy was fired on by
at least two Somali snipers.
Somali witnesses said no one shot
at the Americans. They said they felt
the Marines fired because they thought
hundreds of Somalis standing in a
street outside a food distribution cen-
ter were trying to stop the convoy.
The commander of Bangladeshi
soldiers guarding a nearby traffic
circle said his men did not see any
snipers when the Marines opened fire
with machine guns, but he could not
rule out that shots were fired at the
Americans. Journalists at a nearby
hotel heard one or two gunshots a
moment before heavy weapons fire.
Dozens of Somalis ran through
the area shouting anti-American slo-
gans, and carrying the dead and
wounded away on wheelbarrows.
A dozen Saudi Arabian soldiers
were handing out food at the center
when the shooting occurred, but none

was injured.
About 5,000 American service-
men are in Somalia as part of the U.N.
peacekeeping force. The Americans
are in the process of withdrawing to
meet aMarch31 deadline set by Presi-
dent Clinton after 18 U.S. Army sol-
diers died in a battle with Somali
gunmen Oct. 3.
At least 32 Americans have been
killed since a U.S.-led multinational
force landed Dec. 9, 1992 to protect
relief supplies in Somalia.
U.S. officials said the shooting
involved three Humvees and two cars
carrying two unidentified American
diplomats to a meeting to discuss clan
violence with representatives of war-
lord Mohamed Farrah Aidid's coali-
tion. The meeting was canceled after
the shooting.
United Nations officials said an
investigation had been begun and
hoped the incident would not set back
the Clan elders' peace accord.
Stevenson McIlvaine, an Ameri-
can diplomat who was not involved in
the shooting, said the Marines acted
in self-defense. They reported they
were fired on around I I a.m. by at
least two gunmen, one from the bush
and another from outside a building,
he said.

STUDENT TRAVEL BREAKS CAN
OFFER
Europe '94 air sale
Stamos Family of Travel 663-4400.

r-

Mandela rejects proposal
for S. African election plans

STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
Continental fr. $159/$279. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Diane at
Regency Travel 209 S. State 665-6122.
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO. 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Repairs authorized by
Gibson, Guild, Martin, Yamaha, Alverez.
Tune up specials. Not just guitars.
SOMETHIN' HOT DJ's
Music as YOU like it : 751-5178.
WANTED: 3 IU B-BALL tix. Non-student. .
Call 994-5591.
SPRING BREAK use of small apt. sought.
Will cover rent. Alumnus and ex-staff. Write
Charles Barr, 2134 Sycamore Lane,
Kalamazoo, MI 49008.

PRETORIA, South Africa (AP)
- African National Congress (ANC)
leader Nelson Mandela rejected a de-
mand yesterday for changes in the
voting rules for South Africa's first
all-race election, making it more un-
likely that dissidents will participate.
Another round of talks between
Mandela's ANC, the white govern-
ment and an alliance of election op-
ponents ended last night with partici-
pants saying they would continue ne-
gotiations.
The opponents are members of the
Freedom Alliance, including the right-
wing white Afrikaner Volksfront and
the Zulu-based Inkatha Freedom
Party.
Both are seeking concessions that
would give them regional strength to
fight what they fear will lead to ANC
dominance after the elections this

April.
There was a growing sense that
the key question of whether the Free-
dom Alliance members would take
part in elections or launch a civil war$
was coming to a head. The elections
will give power to the country's Black
majority.
Parties have 10 days to register for
the election once President F.W. de
Klerk formally announces that voting
will be held April 27-29, the dates
agreed to in earlier negotiations be-
tween the government, the ANC and
other parties.
Roelf Meyer, chief negotiator for
the government, said he expected de
Klerk to formally set the election date
tomorrow. That would mean any deal
to bring the Freedom Alliance into
the election would have to be struck
by Feb. 12.

Recycle the Daily

NORTH CAMPUS COMMONS
UNCOMMON COURSES
WINTER 1994

Reg
Reg

About MIni-Courses and UAC ini courses is a committee of tne university activities Cnter (UAC).
UAC, (pronounced you-ack), is the largest student-run organization on campus, providing an
opportunity for students to become involved in a variety of extracurricular activities.
The UAC offices are at 2105 Michigan Union
istration Dates January 24 - February 7
istration site Michigan Union Ticket Office @ 763-TKTS
No mail-in registrationM
Refunds will be given only if the course is canceled.
sses Begin February 7 For more information Call UAC_@ 763-1107

Clas

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Aerobics
Jen Davis
Ballroom Dance
Section l(J.J.Abbott)
Section Idliiltons)
Bartending
Section I
Section II
Shawna Red Cloud
Massage
Section I
Section II
Barry Ryder
Meditation
Kapela C. Castoldi
Photography
Ben Colman l
Pool
Section I
Section II
Derek Pogirski 1
Sign Language
I (Beginner)1
II (Intermediate)I
III(Beginner)
Joan E. Smith I
Tarot Cards
Richard Maurert

Tues/Thur Anderson AlB-Union 5:00-6:00 2/8-4/19 $45
If you want to stick to those New Year's Resolutions, if you're getting ready for Spring Break
or if you just want to get in shape, this is the class for you! wear loose fiting clothes and gym
shoes and bring a towel for floor exercise!'
Thursdays Michigan Union Ballroom 7:40-9:00 2/17-4/7 $40/couple
Mondays Michigan Union Ballroom 7:00-9:00 3/14-4/18 $4/couple
Put on your dancing shoes! In this course fir lxe inn ers and intermediates, you'll learn various
dances such as the Rumba, fox l rot, and Cha-Cha.
Mondays U-Club-Union 7:00-9:0 2/7-3/21 $40
Thursdays U-Club-Union 7:00-9:00 2/10-3/24 $40
Amaze your friends, annoy your parents! Learn how to mix over 100 drinks. A certificate of
graduation will he awarded upon completion of the course. Color water is used, not liquor.
Tuesdays Pond Room-Union 7:00-10:00 2/8-3/22 $35
Wednesdays Room 2209-Union 7:00-10:00 2/9-3/23 $35
Ahh .. forget about the nid-week stress and Like a study break that will really relax you. This
class provides an introduction to an in-depth approach to massage. Each session, students will
give and receive a nassage. Bring a toevcl.

Scottish Country Dancing
Mondays 7:30 - 9:00 PM
2/7 - 4/4
Learn the basic steps and formations
of Scottish Country Dancing and be
able to dance reels and jigs to the lively
music of fiddles, piano, and accordion!
Good exercise as well as fun and a great
way to meet people. No partner
necessary.
Instructor: Helen Welford. S40.
(This is 8 weeks.)
Garden Adventures
Tuesdays 7:30 - 9:00 PM
2/8 -3/22
Create a lush container garden in your
res hall room, figure out how to care for
the plants you bought at the plant sale,
or renovate a tired outdoor garden.
For beginning and experienced
gardeners. Covers more plant, soil,
bulb, and garden topics than we can
describe here!
Instructor: Nicola Cucuru, landscape
designer and TV garden show host.
Co-sponsored by UAC Northern Lights.
$35
Tai Chi Chuap
Thursdays 7:00 - 8:00 PM
2/3 - 4/4
Tai Chi Chuan is an internal Martial
Art which focuses on using the mind
to perform the movement and not brute
strength. Its slow, graceful movements
and relaxed breathing process can-
contribute to a general improvement in
health by relaxing mind and body, as
well as improving balance and
concentration.
,net....{A " - n 1t-,. I,.e__ m

Womyn's Self-Defense
Tuesdays 6:30 - 8:30 PM
2/8 - 3/22
Enhance your self-esteem, learn how to
protect yourself. Become more
comfortable with your body and build
assertiveness, awareness, self-confidence,
and flexibility. Learn self-defense skills
in a safe environment from 2nd degree
black belt instructor, Mari Stenger.
Co-sponsored by student group:
UM Gentle World Self-Defense Club.
$20
Yoga
Wednesdays 7:00 - 9:00 PM
2/9 - 3/23
Reflect on the meaning of yoga and
meditation. Explore the benefits of
this ancient tradition and discover
what it can do for you in everyday life.
Instructor; Bill Taylor, S40.
Tutoring
(Dates and times TBA)
FREE tutoring by members of Tan Beta
Pi. Take advantage of the experience
of students who have "been there"!
Most tutoring will take place in the
new lounge off the NCC Atrium.
Call Stephanie Messina at 764-6250 for
more information. FREE
Massage
Thursdays 7:00 - 10:00 PM
2/10 - 3/24
Consider abandoning your studies,
hectic schedule, and other
responsibilities
for a peaceful, restoring time for YOU!
Learn to give and receive massage for
stress release, relaxation, and general
well-being.
Instructor: Brian Grelminger, CMT.
S35

Mondays Pond Room-Union 7:00-8:30 3/7-3/28
This is an introduction to meditation. Rcgistration for this course will be in the
UAC office 2t105 Michigan Union.

free

Thursdays South Quad Darkroom 6:00-8:00 2/10-4/7 $40*
Learn how to de velop your owi pictures. Students v. ill learn hands on the skill of film developing.
* A S25 lab lee w ill be collected by the instructor.

Tuesdays Union Gaines Room 7:00-9:00 2/8-3/22
Tuesdays Union Games Room 9:00- 11:00 2/8-3/22
Learn the Iundamentals of billiards. Sessions include handouts, demos, and practice time.
Mondays Wolverine Room-Union 6:00-7:00 2/7-3/14
Mondays Wolverine Room-Union 7:00-8:00 2/7-3/14
Tuesdays Wolverine Room-Union 6:00-7:00 2/8-3/15
Learn this valuable form of conmmunication. Basic American Sign Language is taught.
Tuesdays Wolverine Room-Union 7:00-8:00 2/8-3/22
Unwrap you intuitive expressionism and learn the new age sense of reading tarot cards.
Emphasis placed on history and philosophy as well as learning to use and interpret them.
* A la beeor[ S wil hl rcolete ds ihe intIructr.

$30
$30
$30
$30
$30
$25*

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