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Welcomes our wonderful new sisters!
Congratulations! Get psyched for Greek
SHA BAT DINNER at Chabad Fri. 6:15 p.m.
715 Hill. Info. 99LEARN.
Resumes - Theses - PhD - Law. 426-5217.
$135 Million unclaimed!
Scholarship matching guarenteed! Free info.
booklet, 24 hr. recording. 800/434-6015, ext.

CASH FOR COLLEGE. 900,000 grants
available. No repayments, ever. Qualify
immediately. 1-800-243-2435.
EAR, NOSE, BELLY & other piercing.
Miami Moon Jewelery 209 Fourth Ave. 769-
INTRODUCING Student Wake-upService.
Only $10/mo. Azer & Assoc., 663-5333.
hr+up. All jobs considered. Call Oliver
TYPING: Resumes, cover letters, &
applications. A2 Typing. Call 994-5515.


Professional Dry Cleaning
College Cleaners
715 N. University 662-1906
Eureka Cleaners
308 N. Main 662-1769


MACKINAC ISLAND Resort Hotel seeking
staff - front desk, night audit, dining room,
kitchen, maintenance, security, and
housekeeping. Iroquois Hotel Winter office
2488 Village Dr. SE, Grand Rapids, MI
49506, 616/247-5675, 313/663-5971.
MODELS - print, trade, T.V., Assoc. Models
Summer employment
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.
NOW HIRING- Midnight shift, baking
bagels or wholesale prep. Part/full-time. Will
train. Start at $5.25. Apply in person 1306 S.
NOW HIRING delivery drivers. Early AM
hours. Van provided. Will train. Start at
$5.25. A ply in person 1306 South
University, Bagel Factory.
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
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, M 48106.
SUMMER JOBS ideal for students - con-
struction & retail store positions available.
Apply in person @ John Austin Pools, Inc.
99sE.Grsnd River, Brighton.
Closed Wednesday and Sunday.
dent Sprinklers now has openings in MI, 01,
IN. Get real experience running your own
business and amn $10,000 plus. Call immed.
Maine Camp Staff
Camp Wekeela is one of the
country's premiere co-ed
residential children's summer
camps, located on the shores
of Bear Pond in the rural
community of Hartford, Maine.
We have 110 stff &' 240
campers. Wekeelo is currently
accepting applications for
specialty teaching/coaching
positions. These areas include:
thletics, Tennis, Competitive
Swimming, Gmnastics,
Waterskiing, Windsurfing,
Sailing, Dance, Drama, Music
(Guitar & Piano), Riding
(English/Western), Ceramics,
Painting, Photography, Graphic
Arts, Ropes Courses, Rock
Climbing, Outdoor Education +
More! Several Department
Head &' group co-ordinator
positions also need to be
filled . Our season runs June
17-Rugust 22. For more
information &' complete staff
application contact our winter
office: Camp Wekeela,
2807 C Delmar Dr.,
Columbus, OH 43209.
THE COLORWORKS Collegiate Painters
is now interviewing college students for sum-
mer 94 management positions. A resume-
building job w/tremendousearning potential.
To explore job opportunities avail. wThe
Color orks call 1-800/477-1001 & talk w/a
campus representative.
11 Not going away? i

Make $$$ during Spring Break:
Earn $6 per hour for phone/lerical work.
Flexible hours. Call Jon at 769-1665.
Part time work available all term long.
Located at 611 Church St. 2nd floor.__
work in the library. Immediate openings
available in both Central and Medical cam-
pus libraries. Please apply at the Library Per-
sonnel Office, 404 Hatcher Graduate Library.

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. ,
work here:
The Wall Street Journal
The New York Times
The Washington Post
The Detroit Free Press
The Detroit News
NBC Sports
Associated Press
United Press Interna tional
Scientific American Time
Sports Illustrated
USA Today
Because they
worked here:
spermicidally lubricated condoms. 20 con-
doms $10. Send check or money order to
Discreet Services, P.O.B. 15151, A2, 48106.
Resumes, papers, dictation, and typing.
Please call Beth at 973-7220.
Call for up to one hour any-
time to any state, for just
$2.60 per call. Rec. msg.
1-800/382-0183 ext. 566.
C A L:4 44L.:::
break. 994-5921. 1317 South U.
CANCUN ROUND TRIP ticket for sale for
spring break. Departs Feb. 19 retums Feb 26.
$450 obo. Greg 994-8729.
HEAP TICKET to Ft. Myers,Florida Feb
19 - Feb 26. Call Tasha 764-3693.
LOW FARES- London from $398, Germany
from $398. Other low prices for Europe
available. Regency Travel 209 S. State 665-
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.

I NEED 4 tickets for Purdue game March
6th. Will pay $. Call 994-4019.
I NEED 5 Minnesota Tix. John 764-8888.
Leave a message.
WANTED: 7 Purdue Tickets for March 6.
$$$ To p Dollar $$$
Call Pau @ 663-9762.
WICCA CLASS Mon. or Wed., 7-10, Mar.
14/16-Apr 18/20. Aurora, 665-5550.
Fresh cut Maple wood. Call 313/562-5756
for details.
RUN For the Michigan Student Assembly!
Stop by 3909 Union for a candidates packet.
Deadline to file is Tuesday March 1! Make a
difference and get involved.
1 FEMALE SHARE Ige., 3 BR apt., Sept.-
Aug. w/4 fem. rmmts. Great loc., South U
next to Bagel Fact. $275/mo. 764-8666.
FEMALE SHARE lg. 2 bdrm. apt. Balc.,
pkng., ldry. $325 + elec. Call 973-7368.
NEEDED 1 FEMALE to share bedroom in 2
bedroom apt. Great central cam pus location
Oakland & Hill. For info. call Jessica or
Bridgette @ 769-8346 or leave a message.
Non-smoker peerd
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E. Huron, 761-6650.
*COUPLES-.Leamn 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-
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
PREGNANT? Are you or someone you care
about pregnant and not in the position to be a
parent. Please help a loving/couple he a
loving family. Call collect 810/360-0223.
PREGNANT? Not what you had planned.
Unsure what to do? Adoptive couple eagerly
awaits child. Call 810/641-3820.
Let us help you choose Life. 769-7283.
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Tropical fish & aquariums. The Fish Doctors!
Next to Putt-Putt on Washtenaw. 434-1030.
- read them

fect after a period
for public com-
mns. "We are

menvit a. TV V
committed to en- Cellular phone issue

forcing our trade
agreements and
achieving results,"
he declared.
The spat over
the cellular phone
issue, although un-
related to thetrade
talks that broke
down at last

could prove to be the
first skirmish in a
larger and far more
damaging trade battle
between the world's
two largest economies.

TOKYO -Japan yesterday morn-
ing decried as "regrettable" U.S.
charges that it violated a 1989 trade
agreement on cellular phones. And it
strongly suggested that it will accuse
the United States of violating interna-
tional trade rules if Washington im-
poses sanctions againstJapanese prod-
The statement, the latest in an in-
tensifying war of words between
Washington and Tokyo, came after
U.S. Trade Representative Mickey
Kantor accused Japan on Tuesday of
violating a 1989 agreement giving
Motorola Inc. access to Japan's cellu-
lar phone market.
Kantor's move initiated a process
under which U.S. trade officials have
30 days to identify which Japanese
products might be hit with punitive
tariffs. The sanctions would take ef-

Tokyo hints at
GATT complaint

- -- - . --. --- -I -- I


The senior Japanese official who
briefed reporters said that appealing
to GATT would be Japan's first step
if Washington imposed sanctions that
violate global trade rules, a move that
would be followed by retaliatory sanc-
tions against U.S. products sold in the
Japanese market.
But he predicted that the adminis-
tration will find it difficult to impose
sanctions over the breakdown in the
negotiations concerning the broad
"framework" governing U.S.-Japan
economic relations.
Japan's exports to the United
States, he noted, consist of parts and
components that are purchased by
U.S. companies, so applying tariffs
on those goods would drive up the
American firms' costs of doing busi-

The official

The spat over the

questioned whether
U.S. consumers
would go along
with raising tariffs
on imported Japa-
nese consumer
goods such as cars.
Detroit's Big
Three, he ob-
served, have been
earning substan-
tial profits lately,
and tariffssonJapa-
nese cars would
give the U.S. auto

!! CRUISE AND TRAVEL employment
guide. Eam big $$$ + travel the world free
(Caribbean, Europe, Hawaii, and more!)
Hutry! Busy spring and summer seasons
rapidly approaching. Free student travel club
membership! Call (919) 929-4398 ext. 2.
AA ALASKA SUMMER employment. Join
the gold rush to Alaska's fisheries industry!
Eam $5,000/mo. in canneries, processors,
etc.! Male or Female. No experience
required. Room/Board/Travel often provided!
Guaranteed Success! 919/929-4398 ext. Al.
ABSOLUTELY THE BEST phone sales job
in this town. $6/hr. Against high commission.
Flex. hrs. Students, housewivespart-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.
Fisheries. Many eam $2,000+/mo. in can-
neries or $3,000-$6000+/mo. on fishing
vessels. Many employers provide benefits.
No exp. necessary! For more info, call: 1-
206-545-4155 ext.A5598.
All PURPOSE Office Worker needed for
Mon., Tues., Wed., & or Thurs. mornings.
Must have work study award. Call Linnea
ALL PURPOSE office worker needed for
Mon., Tues., Wed., &/or Thur. momings.
Must have work study award. Call Linnea
BABYSITTER WANTED ref., exp., car
needed. 6 month old & 3 year old. Flexible
hrs. $5-$6/hr. Wed. pref. 994-0164.
of your life & get paid for it! Top 3-camps in
the Poconos of N.E. PA. Experienced teach-
ing water & land sports, WSIs/Life Guards,
Tennis, Climbing, Arts & More. Our 63rd
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CAMP OFFICE, 151 Washington Lane,
Jenkintown, PA 19046.
CAMP COUNSELORS - Outstanding Slim
Down Cams: Tennis, Dance, Slimnastics,
WSI, Athletics, Nutrition/Dietetics. Age 20+.
Seven Weeks. Camp Camelot on College
Cam puses at Massacjusetts, Pennsylvania,
California. Contact: Michele Friedman 947
Hewlett Drive, North Woodmere, N.Y. 11581
CHILDCARE for 2yr. old 15-20 hrs./wk., T,
W, Th afts. & early eves. Must be able to
work May-Aug. pref. start ASAP. Some light
housekeeping req. Experience, references &
car needed. Call 994-0949 am or 7:30-10 pm.
Piy negotiable.

Friday's summit meeting between
President Clinton and Prime Minister
Morihiro Hosokawa, could prove to
be the first skirmish in a larger and far
more damaging trade battle between
the world's two largest economies.
Officials of both countries have
sought to play down speculation about
a trade war as unduly alarmist, and
both Kantor and a senior Japanese
official who briefed foreign reporters
in Tokyo on Tuesday expressed hope
that the cellular phone dispute would
be resolved during the period before
sanctions would be imposed.
But Takenori Kanzaki, minister
of posts and telecommunications,
denounced the U.S. move as "unilat-
eral" and said the Japanese govern-
ment has done everything it was sup-
posed to under the agreement.
In a written statement, he added:
"Japan is planning to cope with the
situation by following international
rules, including those of the General
Agreement on Tariffs and Trade," or

firms the chance to raise prices and
increase profits further.
Meanwhile, Japan suffered an-
other round of heavy punishment in
financial markets Tuesday for saying
"no" to U.S. trade demands.
The yen strengthened against the
dollar, raising the prospect that the
currency markets will impose a vir-
tual sanction on Japanese industry
almost as devastating as a punitive
tariff. The higher the yen is in relation
to the dollar, the more expensive Japa-
nese products become in relation to
those of foreign competitors.
The dollar fell 3.67 yen Tuesday
to 102.02 yen, but gained back 1.60
yen to 103.62 yen by mid-yesterday.
The dollar's fall Tuesday sent
Tokyo stock prices plunging for the
second straight day for fear the strong
yen would hurt the Japanese
economy's chances of recovering
from recession. The index recovered
rose 167.31 points yesterday to end
the morning session at 19,141.91.

Euro '94 air sale
Stamos Family of Travel 663-4400.

Continental fr. $159/$279. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Diane at
Regency Travel 209 S. State 665-6122.
bassist! Own equip., exp. necessary. Sprg brk
auditions, cd in progress. 994-4299.
guitars. 302 E. Liberty. 665-8001. Repairs.
Percussion; harp lessons: Pay 4 Get 5.


Find allthese events
advertised in
Call Classifieds at 764-0557.


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
lea4ing 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.
CRUISE LINE- Entry level on board posi-
tions avail., summer or yr.-rd. Great benefits,
free travel. (813) 229-5478.
DOMINO'S PIZZA now hiring friendly,
energetic people for the best p/t job in town.
Deliver/in-store specialists available. Can
earn $5-10/hr. including tips. Enjoy flexible
hrs. Must have good driving record and be at
least 18 yrs. of age. Call after 11 am 971-
0088 or stop by any Domino's store and ask
for manager.
DYNAMIC BUSINESS interships. High
paying self motivating, marketing,
advertising, business intemships 1-800-899-
9675. Call Todd Slater.
The Michigan Union is
looking for kitchen help.
Please apply in person.
530 S. State, rm 1310.


I f you have experience with Unix, Object-Oriented Programming,
C, C++ and relational databases, we want to hear from you!
We seek individuals with diverse academic and extracurricular
backgrounds, the communication and analytical skills to trans-
late user needs into software solutions, and an aptitude and in-
terest in programming and mathematics. Candidates must be
motivated self-starters who function well under pressure, learn
quickly, and work well in teams.
Using cutting-edge computer hardware and software, our tech-
nologists give traders and risk managers access to enormous
amounts of information and analytical capability. We are looking
for individuals who will enable us to continue our technological
leadership in the securities industry.
We will be holding on-campus interviews through the Engineer-
ing Placement Office on Monday, March 28 and Tuesday, March
29, 1994.
Please immediately fax or mail a cover letter and resume to:

Have you ever been attracted to anotherguy?
: Are you scared or confused by these feelings?
Have you ever wondered if you might be gay
or bisexual?
Would you like to talk to someone about this?

m .....

We are here to help!
Coming-out support groups are now being
formed for guys to explore these issues.
* The groups are facilitated by student-peer
counselors who have experienced the


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