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The Michigan Daily - Monday, Februaty 14, 1994 -9

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GREAT LOCATION!! Available from May
through August. Ask for Kim 663-1568.
LOOKING FOR MATURE female to rent
to - available room of attractive townhouse in
Ann Arbor. Laundry facilities, on bus line,
cus courts, pool. $350 + expenses. Call
Il-8304.
LOOKING FOR female roommate to share
1 bdrm. apt. May-Aug. + F94 lease. $290 +
util. newly fum. Call 747-8959.
MAY-AUG SUBLET large 1 bdrm. Nicely
furnished, riverview, pkng. Great for 1-2
persons. 668-4667.
MAY-AUG. 2 LARGE bdrm. apt. Great for
2-4 people. Util. included. $600 or best offer.
Call 747-9362.
NON-SMOKING GRAD student or profes-
sional sought to share large sunny 2 BR apt.
with quiet, friendly grad. 15 min. walk to
ampus, hw. floors, d/w, parking, w/d in
dg., $425, Jeff 741-9873.
ONE BEDROOM in two bedroom apt.
(May-Aug), one block behind S. Quad, clean
and quiet. Rent neg. Call Brian 761-1857.
ROOMMATE NEEDED! Sp/Sum. Large 2
BDRM Apt. $193/mo. Marge or Sue, 747-
9461.
SP/SU SUBLET 3rms in 5rm apt. 2bath new
carpet A/C in every rm 7min to CC safe.
$230+elec OBO 761-9732 Laura or D.
Sel it .. .find it!
T1e Daily Classifieds!
SPACIOUS 2 BDRM., 2 bath apt. sublet, on
fishing pond, flexible lease, pet OK, near
North campus, $625/mo. + util. amenities,
quiet. Call 761-8141.
SPR./SUM SUBLET I room in 7 BDRM
house w/more rooms available Good
location, 2 blocks behind Union, S2bO/mo. +
util., price neg., Call Sapna 996-1726.
SUBLET 1-2 BDRMS. May-Aug or any
Cable, color tv, pkng, 11 min. from B
ool. Looking for mature non-smokers.
20/mo, 663-2512.
SUBLET May-Aug. 21: Unfum. I bdrm. apt.
on Main St. across from Chrysler. Ldry., pkg.
& a/c. $490/mo., Aug. rent $241. 998-0631.
SUBLET! May-Aug. Pretty 3 bdrm. apt.
Great loc. Pkng., washer/dryer 764-6659.
MY VIKING, omaniac, friend, confidante,
snugglebunny: I love UI Love, LittleB.
-read them
Daily
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7478.

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CHEMISTRY! Full time undergraduate
research positions summer 1994 at Hope
College, Holland, MI 49423. To apply, wnte
or call Dr. M. Silver 6161394-7630. Deadline
March 9.
COUNSELORS, COACHES,
SPECIALISTS
Camp Starlight has positions for outgoing,
enthusiastic Cabin Leaders & Instructors
(20+) in all Land & Water Sports, Tennis,
Gymnastics, Nature/Pioneering, Crafts,
Music, Dance, Stage Tech., Radio/Video at
leading coed camp in N.E. PA. Extensive
facilities, working with mature, congenial
staff. 6/20-8/19. Call 516/599-5239; Write:
Starlight, 18 Clinton St., Malverne, NY
11565. On campus, call Jackie: 996-1860.
Not going away?
Make $$$ during Spring Break!
Earn $6 per hour for phone/clerical work.
Flexible hours. Call Jon at 769-1665.
Part time work available all term long.
Located at 611 Church St. 2nd floor.
CRUISE LINE- Entry level on board posi-
tions avail., summer or yr.-rd. Great benefits,
free travel. (813) 229-5478.
DYNAMIC BUSINESS intemships. High
paying self motivating, marketing,
advertising, business intemships 1-800-899-
9675. Call Todd Slater.
FEMALE DRUMMER wanted for es-
tablished gigging/recording. Indi-rock Grill
band. Transportation/own equipment. 517/
374-6099. Mild schizophrenia a plus.
GREAT TEACHING JOB Looking for
medical students, PHD's or graduate students
for teaching pre-med students. For info call
800/300-7737.

PART-TIME office and community service
help needed, work study student preferred.
Interviewing now, 769-9000.
Rh NEGATIVE semen donors are needed
and will be paid $120 per acceptable
specimen because of their rare blood type.
Write APRL, P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
48106.
SALAD DAYS is looking for energetic,
cheerful people w/restaurant exp. Call Kurt at
761-9886.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well es-
tablished infertility clinic. If you are a male
student or professional 20-40 years of age we
need you. Donors will be paid $60 per ac-
ceptable specimens. For further information
please write APRL, P.O. Box 2674, Ann
Arbor, MI 48106.
SUMMER POSITIONS/Intemships: Stu-
dent Sprinklers now has openings in MI, 011,
IN. Get real experience running your own
business and earn $10,000 plus. Call immed.
677-1447.
THE COLORWORKS Collegiate Painters
is now interviewing college students for sum-
mer 94 management positions. A resume-
building job w/tremendous earnig potential.
To explore job opportunities avail. w/The
ColorWorks call 1-800-477-1001 & talk w/a
campus representative.
WANTED: 10-15 fun, outgoing, & aggres-
sive individuals to photograph social events
on campus. No experience needed. We will
provide equipment & training. Must have
transportation. Call 994-4069.
WANTED: Gymnastics Instructors for girls,
boys, & preschool developmental classes.
Must be enthusiastic, have experience, &
have own transportation 971-1667.
YMCA STORER CAMPS Now hiring for
many summer positions. Interviews + info.
avail. at Job Fair Feb. 15, in the Union. For
further info. call Billy 517/536-8607.
.. USI.ESS..SC s
BUSINESS for sale provides academic
posters as a service to U-M faculty & stu-
dents Easy to run min. time commitment.
Call 663-1459.
COMPUTER SYSTEM Specialists- We of-
fer complete networking solutions, IBM
compatibles, UNIX PCs, on-site service and
tutoring, and custom programming services.
Call Andrew - 677-3 803.
EJS WORDPROCESSING service.
Resumes, papers, dictation, and typing.
Please call Beth at 973-7220.
BREAKERS! BOOK YOUR Spring Break
early & save big! Panama City from $99,
Jamaica $439, Cancun $439, Padre $289,
Daytona $79. Sell trips, Go freel Call EST 1-
800-234-7007.
CALL JETAWAY TRAVEL for spring
break. 994-5921. 1317 South U.
FLY FREE FASTER- join NW Airlines fre-
quent flyers during this speial, limited time
promotion and get the 2- first class upgrades,
50% companion, drink vouchers and more.
New applicants only. Scnd name, address,'
phone, and $3.95 to GLM International Box
0 Ypsilanti, MI 48197.
LOW FARES- London from $398, Germany
from $398. Other low prices for Europe
available. Regency Travel 209 S. State 665-
6122.

JOE WESTRATE/Day
Marc Ebbin of the Interior Department discusses the Clinton administration's role in ESA reauthorization.
By APRIL WOOD the "pitbull of environmental laws" planning were hailed as a method of
DAILY STAFF REPORTER because the fallout from the drastic solving policy and legal problems, as
A slate of issues related to the up- measures often taken as a species ap- well as providing a medium for local
coming congressional reauthorization proaches extinction can be equally dam- conservatories to interact with state
of the Endangered Species Act (ESA) aging. and federal agencies.
was discussed Saturday at the Law The Clinton administration has Ebbin said in his address that an
School in an Environmental Law Soci- noted that the ESA does not seek to approach that looks at the whole pic-
ety symposiumon this hotly contested save ecosystems,ratherindividualspe- ture would be much more efficient in
issue. cies only, Ebbin said. the long run than one that focuses
Marc Ebbin, special assistant to The protection of forest habitats in primarily on critical cases. That "helps
the Interior Secretary, spoke to an audi- the Pacific Northwest has also become avoid the collisions of crisis manage-
ence of approximately 80 people about a sensitive issue because of the concern ment," he said.
the Clinton administration's proposals for the animal species who live there. Ebbin said the fact remains that the
for the future of endangered species A heated argument has arisen in investigations of violations against
protection. recent years over the protection of the the ESA are costly and time-consum-
Ebbin outlined several plans that spotted owl in particular. This contro- ing, and that thousands of threatened
wouldshift the focusofspccies protec- versy is one of the key issues that has species still wait for protection from
tion from the current method of saving generated support for long-term plan- hunting and forestelearing as they draw
individual species as they reach the ning for species protection. closer to the endangered list.
brinkofextinctiontoanadvancedplan- Preceding Ebbin's speech was a Several speakers said the ideas
ning system that would prevent the debate between William Snape I, presented at the symposium on the
need for crisis action. counsel to Defenders of Wildlife, and future of the act and new methods of
The current act prohibits federal Washington environmental and natu- protection require long-term deci-
agencies and private parties from jeop- ral resources lawyer Steven Quarles. sion making and a turn toward more
ardizingthehabitatsofspeciesincrisis They argued the subject of how the gradual action that would monitor
except under extreme circumstances. ESA addresses economic issues. the progress of a species in recovery
This act also makes the U.S. Fish Thetwoparticipantsexpressedsup- and prevent many from total elimi-
and Wildlife Service and the National port for the protection of endangered nation.
Marine Fisheries Service responsible species in whatever manner possible. The symposium closed with the
for the development of arecovery plan "Protection of endangered species hope that actions like the ones dis-
to restore each species to a safe level, is one of the most worthwhile goals cussed could be set forth to save all
Ebbin also said the Department of we as a society have," Quarles said. species in danger now and in the fu-
the Interior describes the current act as The ideas presented on advance ture.

GREEKS & CLUBS
Earn $50-$250 for yourself plus up to $500
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and lasts one week. Call now and receive a
free gift.
1-800/932-0528, Ext. 65.
GREENPEACE JOBS. Promote/educate
global ecological sanity. Call 761-1996.
JOBS FOR Graduating Seniors!!! Small &
Mid-Sized Firms Looking to Hire! Call
Career Concepts: 1-800-407-JOBS for our
FREE information packet.
KATHERINE'S CATERING seeks p/t
wait-staff for evening and weekend events.
Must be friendly, experienced, and hard-
working. Call for appt. 930-4270.
Summer employment
opportunities!
Spend the summer in the
beautiful Catskill Mountains
of New York. Achieve a
challenging & rewarding
summer experience working
in a residential camp for
adults with physical &
developmental disabilities.
Positions available:
counselors, cabin leaders,
program leaders. All
students are encouraged to
apply. Season dates June 6-
Aug. 24. Good salary, room &
board, & some travel allow-
ance. For more info. call 914-
434-2220 or write to Camp
Jened, P.O. Box 483, Rock
Hill, NY 12775.
MACKINAC ISLAND Resort Hotel seeking
staff - front desk, night audit, dining room,
kitchen, maintenance, security, and
housekeeping. Contact Iroquois hotel Winter
office, 2488 Village Dr. SE, Grand Rapids,
MI 49506 or 616-247-5675.
NEED EXTRA MONEY?
Handyman wanted for odd jobs in Ann Arbor
area, Call 313/562-5756.
NOW HIRING for spring/summer & fall
terms. Account executives needed to sell ad-
vertising for the Michigan Daily! Job
descriptions & applications are available in
the senior staff office, 420 Maynard. Ap-
plication deadline is Feb. 16.
Maine Camp Staff
Positions
Camp Wekeela is one of the
countrg's premiere co-ed
residential children's summer
camps, located on the shores
of Bear Pond in the rural
communitg of Hartford, Maine.
We hate 110 staff ' 240
campers.. Wekeela is currently
accepting applications for
specialty teaching/coaching
positions. These areas include:
Rthletics, Tennis, Competitiue
Swimming, Gymnastics,
Waterskling, Windsurfing,
Sailing, Dance, Drama, Music
(Guitar 8' Piano), Riding
(English/Western), Ceramics,
Painting, Photography, Graphic
Rrts, Ropes Courses, Rock
Climbing, Outdoor Education +
Morel Seueral Department
Head &' group co-ordinator
positions also need to be
filled . Our season runs June
17-An,,uat 22 Foramr.

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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 RETREAT! Cozy,
romantic log cabin, on lake, surrounded by
forest. Outdoor hot tub. $49-$69 nightly.
Reduced mid-week rate. Traverse City area.
Ellis Lake Resort 616-276-9502.
STUDENT TRAVEL BREAKS CAN
OFFER
Europe '94 air sale
Stamos Family of Travel 663-4400.
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. 3021E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Lessons: pop, folk, blues,
Free lesson special. Not just guitars.
1-WAY TICKET from Det to L.A., Sat.,
Feb. 19, noon. Call 741-8126.
ROUND TRIP plane tkt. to Cornell U. from
Feb.19-23. Cheap! 994-0425.

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EXPERIENCED TUTOR for computer
programming (C, Pascal, Fortran), math,
, i chemistry. Call 996-2730.
RODUCING Student Wake-up Service.
Only $10/mo. Azer & Assoc., 663-5333.
Professional Dry Cleaning
College Cleaners
715 N. University 662-1906
Eureka Cleaners
308 N. Main 662-1769
TYPING-EDITING-WRITING. $15/
+up. All jobs considered. Call Oliver
761-4897.
TYPING: Resumes, cover letters, &
applications. A2 Typing. Call 994-5515.
HEHELP WANTEDE
!! CRUISE AND TRAVEL employment
guide. Earn big $$$ + travel the world free
(Caribbean, Europe, Hawaii, and more!)
Hurry! Busy spring and summer seasons
rapidly approaching. Free student travel club
membership! Call (919) 929-4398 ext. 2.
ABSOLUTELY THE BEST phone sales job
this town. $6/hr. Against high commission.
#iex. hrs. Students, housewives, parit-timers
welcome. Call 973-7500 or be at 2004 Hog
back Rd. Ste. #11, Ann Arbor at 5:45 p.m.
sharp Mon.-Fri. Light delivery drivers
needed also.
The Michigan Union is
looking for kitchen help.
Plase annly in nerson.

WANTED: 7 Purdue Tickets for March 6.
$$$ Top Dollar $$$
Call Paul @ 663-9762.

S.N.L.'S ADAM SANDLER tickets on salel
Sat. March 5th, 8pm, Hill Auditorium. Entree
Plus at Michigan Ticket Office.
FEMALE SHARE 1g. 2 bdrm. apt. Balc.,
pkng., ldry. $325 + elec. Call 973-7368.
YOU DON'T KNOW what "hot" is 'til you
have tried Peppa-Po hot sauce at Tios. 333 E.
Huron, 761-5660.
*COUPLES-Leam skills to use conflicts to
find the love you need within each other to
enhance your relationship* Patricia H. Cook,
MSW, ACSW 994-0773.
4-YEAR OLD, LOVING Mom and Dad in
Washington, D.C. area wish to adopt infant
brother or sister. Close extended family in
area. Let's help each other. Med./legal/travel
paid. Please call Jessica or Bob at 1-800-864-
8385.
DO YOU THINK you might be a gay or
bisexual man? Do you need someone to talk
with? Coming out groups are now being for-
med to discuss these issues. Confidentiality
assured. Please call 763-4186 for more

If you've come to love Apple products over time...if renting a Macintosh at the campus lab or throwing a
PowerBook into your duffle has saved you from certain extinction in Marketing or Electrical Engineering
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is up to...we'd like to give you a chance to find out what a career with a rapidly diversifying Apple can do for
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us at the Summer Career Fair on Tuesday, February 15, from 12pm - 4 pm at the Michigan Union.

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