The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, March 30, 1994 - 7
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MAY-AUGUST Sublet Ldry., fum., prkg.,
Tappan. Call Nicole 747-6967.
PACKARD/HILL apt. avail, imdtly. for
sublet. 2 bdrm., A/C. $450/mo. 222-7666.
PERFECT 1 BDRM. in 2 bdrm. apt. May-
Aug. Near IM. Call Ari 741-8673!
PRIVATE ROOM sublet in furn. 2 bdrn. 5
min. to campus. Price neg. 665-9930.
R IOOMMATES NEEDED! Singles or
doubles to share fabulous two bedroom bi-
levels with all the extras. Call now at 741-
SPACIOUS 2 BDRM. Packard @ East U.
May-Aug., fum., prkg., ldry., balcony, rent
neg. Call 668-6747.
Fully furnished campus area apts. available
beginning May 6 at special discounted rates.
Call Wilson White Company, Inc. 995-9200
Equal Housing Opportunity.
SPRING/SUMMER. Also available in
FALL Large 2 bdrm. 2 floors. Pets allowed.
418 Benjamin (Hill/Packard). 994-0850.
$380/mo. for entire apt. $200 1g. bdrm.
STOP SEARCHING. Located on central
campus. Sublet Lorch 2 bdrm. apt. May 1-
Aug. 27. Price neg. Call Shadah or Krista
SUBLET JULY-AUG. Nice single room
close to central campus, South U. & CCRB.
Parking, laundry. $250/mo. Karen 769-9451.
SUBLET OWN room, or to share, off
campus, rent neg. Marge or Sue 747-9461.
SUBLET SPACE IN 2 bdrm. apt. Great
location, A/C, Idry. rm., $ neg. 769-2604.
* SUMMER SUBLET -3 bdrm. apt. near N.
campus. Swimming, tennis & more. Avail.
May-Aug. for $700/mo. Call J.D. 665-3093.
SUNNY 2 BDRM. APT. near Medical
campus. Spacious, fum., A/C, free prkg.
Price negotiable. May-Aug., 663-4588.
SUNNY STUDIO to sublet May-Sept.
Hardwood floors, huge closet, laundry
facilities, prkg., paid heat and water, walk to
central campus. Call Sydney 747-6189.
TWO LEVEL Studio with balcony &
parking. Available April 1. 1016 Church.
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our 2 & 4 yr. olds. Prefe lo-ter w
& mfrenc. 96 416.long-term, own car
& references. 996-4136.
ADORABLE twin infant girls & their Ann
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ALASKA SUMMER EMPLOYMENT-
Earn up to $8,000 + in two months. Room
and board! Transportation! Male or female.
No experience necessary. Call 206/545-4155
ATTENTION GREEKS See how tough you
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BABYSITTER NEEDED Mon. & Wed.
mornings. 2 girls, iges 3 & 8 mo. 971-9226.
Interested in a leadership
The 1995 Michiganensian
Yearbook needs a
You need to be available
approximately 20 hours/
week during the Summer.
Stop by the office at 420
Maynard in the Student
Publications Building for
an application or call Heidi
Y E A R B O O K
BIOSTATISTICIAN, at least Masters level,
for analysis and management of large
datasets currently on MTS. Part-time, flexible
hours, competitive wages and option for
authorship in manuscripts. Send CVto Dr.
M. Gupta, Department of Psychiatry, Box
0704, CFOB or leave message at 763-2544.
CAMP COUNSELORS - Outstanding Slim
Down Camps: Tennis, Dance, Slimnastics,
WSI, Athletics, Nutrtion/Dietetics. Age 20+.
Seven Weeks. Camp Camelot on College
Campuses at Massachusetts, Pennsylvania,
California. Contact: Michele Friedman 947
Hewlett Drive, North Woodmere, N.Y. 11581
CHILD CARE NEEDED beginning sum-
mer/fall of 94 for 1 year. 30-40 hrs./wk.
caring for a 2 1/2 year old and 6 year old.
Exp., references, trans. needed non-smoker.
Live in or out. Call eve 663-3482.
CHILD CARE for 3rsmall kids. Flex. sum-
mer hrs. w/ fall-winter term option. Exp., ref.,
transportation req. 973-0825.
CHILDCARE NEEDED- April thru Aug.
required. Extended commitment desired. Ap-
proximately 10 hrs./wk. Tues. & Thurs. $6/
r. to start. Ref. required 995-4757. _
COLLEGE PAINTERS now hiring for the
summer season. Work in Ann Arbor and earn
$7- 1 1/hr. Call 769-4877.
CONDOMS 101 is hiring for summer
employment. Looking for mature, respon-
sible person. Apply at 1209 S. University
PART-TIME CLEANING staff. Ker-
rytown Shopping Center has 2 positions
available for hardworking, friendly, reliable
people to work on our team. Mostly evenings
and weekends. Call 662-5008 for interview.
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 Arboi, MI
SALAD DAYS is looking for delivery
drivers. Must have car, cheerful, familiar with
Ann Arbor. Fill out application, corner of
State and William, 995-0444.
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.
SITTER NEEDED IN MY home for kids 11
& twins 8. Part-time, must have car, pay neg.
SOCCER COACHES - Coach 5-7 yr. olds.
April-June. Earn extra cash. 995-4052.
STUDENT NEEDED TO manage the U-M
area of an Ann Arbor business. No experien-
ce necessary, but must be motivated. May -
July, good $, 663-1459.
STUDENTS wanted - The University Health
Service's Peer Education Programs are
recruiting students as peer educators for 94/
95 academic year to facilitate discussions
with students regarding alcohol and other
drugs, contraception, healthy and disordered
eating, safer sex and stress and time
management. Students eam academic credit
each semester. These are not paid positions.
Especially encouraging applications from
men, students of color, gay men, lesbians and
bisexual people. Limited openings available.
Deadline for applications is April 1, 1994.
For further information, call 763-1320.
SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS needed for ear-
ly childhood program. Lots of flexibility,
great environment. Call UMHCCC 998-
TEACHERS needed Western US. Write
Evergreen Ed. Employment P.O. Box 8159,
Tacoma, WA 98418. 206/572-3719 Fax 206/
The University of Michigan, Survey
Research Center Telephone Facility, is now
recruiting people with good communications
skills to conduct social science research
interviews. Some typing ability is needed due
to our use of computer-assisted telephone
interviewing. Must be available to work 20
hours a week, mostly nights and weekends.
Pay starts at $6 per hour. Pay starts at $7 per
hour for Spanish bilingual interviewers
whose language skills meet our
qualifications. Attendance is required at a 5
night training. Compensations for training is
available after interviewing begins. Apply in
person, weekdays, March 22 - March 29,
8:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m., at the University of
Michigan, Institute for Social Research, 426
Thompson St., Ann Arbor. For additional
taped information only, call 763-7339. An
Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action
THE COLORWORKS Collegiate Painters
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To explore job opportunities avail. w[Mhe
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TRAVEL ABROAD AND WORK. Make
up to $2,000-$4,000+/mo. teaching basic
conversational English in Japan, Taiwan, or
S. Korea. No teaching background or Asian
languages required. For information call:
206/632-1146 ext. J5598.
VAN BOVEN Shoes Inc. Now accepting ap-
plications for full or part-time employment.
Send resume to or drop off at 17 Nickels
Arcade, Ann Arbor, MI 48104.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for 1 week camp
for kids w/muscular dystrophy Jun.10-17.
For info call Kris collect @ 517/694-7787.
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted to share
lg. 2 bdrm. apt. Non-smoker. Close to cam-
us for spring/summer. Located on E. Ann.
200 util. incl.! Call 665-9711.
FEMALE TO SHARE 2 bdrm. apt. close to
N. campus and campus bus. $335 + free heat.
LAW STUDENT looking for non-smoking
housemate(s) in newly frished house: big-
screen TV, prkg., ldry., piano, alarm sys. No
pts. Sept-Sept. $330 single, $200 double.
ROOMMATE NEEDED own rm. in 4
bdrm. apt. Sept.-Sept. East U. $325. Joy 747-
ROOMMATES NEEDED! Singles or
doubles to share fabulous two bedroom bi-
levels with all the extras. Call now at 741-
WITCHCRAFT INFO (Positive Only!).
Personal interviews, classes. 665-5550.
CHILDREN OF PSYCOTHERAPISTS
[psychoanalysts, psychaiatrists, clinical
psychologists, social workers] interested in
paid interview on impact of parents' profes-
sion on children of psychotherapists. Please
call Barbara Cain 764-3471, wk. ends/eves,
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testing at Tios. Come in and try some of the
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3, noon until 4 p.m. 333 E. Huron 761-6650.
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./legalltravel
paid. Please call Jessica or Bob at 1-800/864-
CHILDLESS loving couple wish to share
our happy home w/ a newborn child. Call
Tim & Laurie collect at 810/380-7332.
LET A PSYCHIC answer your questions!
Speakperson to person 24 hrs. a day. Call1-
900/267-0088 ext. 4023. $3.99/min. Must be
18 +. Procall Co. 602/954-7420.
PREGNANT? Not what you had planned.
Unsure what to do? Adoptive couple eagerly
awaits child. Call 810/641-3820.
PREGNANT? Are you or someone you care
about pregnant and not in the position to be a
parent? Please help a loving couple be a
loving family. Call collect 810/360-0223.
PROBLEM PREGNANCY HELP
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Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain
Pavement, like many other
worthwhile "alternative" acts such as
Urge Overkill, Liz Phair, Dinosaur Jr.
and Redd Kross, deconstruct the music
of the past, reshaping it to create new
forms of self-expression as well as
the music of the future. "Crooked
Rain, Crooked Rain," Pavement's new
album, is a perfect example of this
trend; there's a definite classic rock
vibe to the spacious production and to
the sound of the album, which
sonically alludes to such greats as
Neil Young, Steely Dan, The Allman
Brothers and The Band to name a few,
but these influences paradoxically
sound fresh and innovative when in
the hands of this band, which is truly
experimental at heart.
What is really remarkable about
Pavement and "Crooked Rain,
Crooked Rain" is the expressive use
of rhythm in each song, and how the
album sounds drenched in sunlight.
"Silence Kid" is stuttering and poetic,
while "Ell Less Two" is smoothly
self-assured. "Cut Your, Hair," the
single, is the epitome of the "pop
gem" - impossibly catchy and
endlessly listenable. But since this is
a Pavement song, behind the cuteness
is plenty of substance. "Darlin' don't
you go and cut your hair/do you think
it's gonna make him change?" the
song begins, seemingly about a failed
relationship. But the focus quickly
changes to the band itself-- the lyric
"the second drummer drowned" is
about the band's ex-drummer Gary
Young - and switches finally to the
importance of image to bands in
general; "no BIG HAIR!" singer
Stephen Malkmus exhorts. The rest
of the album ranges from the
shambling "Newark Wilder" to the
sudden outbursts of "Unfair" to the
folky "Range Life." The tribute to
jazz pianist Dave Brubeck "5-4 =
Unity" is appropriately jazzy and
spacy, while "Unfair" and "Hit the
Plane Down" are loud, distorted
experimental pieces that could have
been on Pavement's debut "Slanted
and Enchanted," or their singles
collection "Westing (by Musket and
"Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain,"
though much mellower than the band's
previous output, is sonically dense at
a concise 42 minutes, and one of the
first necessary albums of the year.
The single for the aforementioned
"Cut Your Hair" is pretty cool too,
with an R.E.M. cover, "Camera,"
which also sounds like a lost track
from "Slanted and Enchanted," and
and another song, "Stare," which is
hushed and meandering.
Paradoxical and essential,
Pavement consistently improve with
each release and continually change
the face of music. Perfect sound
- Heather Phares
Message for the Mess Age
In order to fully appreciate NRBQ,
you have to know a lot of music, and
know it well. You have to know rock,
country, blues, traditional pop, jazz,
rockabilly, R&B, and whatever else
they are listening to at the moment.
And then you might be able to
appreciate the goofy genre-hopping
that the Q has been doing for almost,
oh, 30 years now. And in all that time,
they have never had anything even
close to a hit, and they never will.
It isn't because NRBQ is a bad
band. Quite the opposite, actually.
NRBQ is a great band, capable of
playing anything and playing it well.
And they don't take anything too
seriously. Their virtuousity is there to,
serve love songs to Howard Johnson's,
"Wacky Tobacky," cars, air-
conditioning, "RC Cola & A Moon
Pie," band members and, on this
album, "Girl Scout Cookies."
Taken together, their unassuming
yet rich musicality and utter goofy
humor work against the band
gathering a wider audience. Music
critics and fanatical record collectors
will always love NRBQ because they
get the musical in-jokes and they
delight in the (sometimes)ingratiating
wacky humor of counting off every
bar in a "12 Bar Blues."
Yes, I do love NRBQ - I'm both
a critic and a fanatical record collector.
And "Message for the Mess Age" is
their best studio album since at least
"At Yankee Stadium," and quite
possibly ever. Not that it sounds all
that different from any other NRBQ
record- it just has better songs. So if
you know and love the Q, rush out and
get this one. If you don't, give 'em try
with the 2-CD collection, "Peek-A-
Boo," which collects basically every
great thing they've ever recorded.
Better yet, go see them live, where
they absolutely shine. Afterall, they're
the world's greatest bar band and the
best bar bands never really quite
capture that magic on record.
- Tom Erlewine
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RELAX. Take a break from studying. Stu-
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applications. A2 Typing. Call 994-5515.
WORD PROCESSING- All kinds
Professional. Reasonable. 482-4410.
SUMMER JOBS $3500+
Tired Of Flipping Burgers For A Summer
Earn $300/wk.+ using your brain, not your
back. Must have leadership qualities and
desire "real world" business experience. Paid
resort vacation in fall and possible college
credit available for business majors. Paid
training starting on May 2, 1994. Locations
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For application, please attend the Royal
Prestige informational meeting on Tuesday,
April 5th at the Michigan League -
Henderson Room loam, 12pm, 2pm, or 4pm.
*FLEXIBLE HOURS, will work around
school schedule. Part-time crew & super-
visors for lunch, evenings, & weekend
positions. A pply at Yes Yogurt & Sandwich
2264 South Main or 2603 Plymouth Road.
Al LAWN CARE, INC. accepting applica-
tions in lawn care and landscape work. Ex-
perifence preferred, good driving record., neat
appearance, 40-50 hrs./wk., pay starts at
$5.50. Positions avail. April 25th through the
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Salaries, Excellent Facilities, Travel
Allowance. Call or write: Steve Rubin, 1-
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vermine Dr., South Salem, NY 10590.
CRUISE SHIPS hiring-Earn up to $2000+/
mo. on Cruise Ships or Land-Tour
companies. World travel. Summer & Full-
time employment available. No exp.
necessary. For info. call 1/206/634-0468 ext.
DATA ENTRY help during April-July. Need
people day & night. Flexible hrs., For more
info call 663-1822.
DID YOU grow up in rural Michigan? Earn
$5 for it! Participate in a 15 min. psychologi-
cal experiment. Call 764-2280.
EARN OVER $100/HR. processing our mail
at home. For info call 202/310-5958.
EXPERIENCED waitstaff & bartenders
wanted for part-time positions in an upscale
catering company. Please call Jennifer at 66-
FULL-TIME BABY SITTER needed in
South Ann Arbor for two children, ages 3
mos., and two years, to start June 1st, hours
variable with occasional evenings. Own
transportation, experience caring for young
children, and references required. Call 677-
FUN SUMMER jobs. Caring, talented stu-
dents needed as general counselors, A&C
instructors, WSI's. Must live in BLMFLD.,
FARM, BIRM., Novi, Troy. Jun. 20th-Aug.
Willoway Day Camp.
needed to design the cover of the 1994-1995
Student, Directory. Grads and undergrads
send resume to:
Directory Cover Design
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
GREENPEACE JOBS. Promote/educate
global ecological sanity. Call 761-1996.
JOB HUNTING? Let us be your foot in the
door! Computer Database gets your resume
into the right hands. Call (voice & fax) 3191
MICHIGAN TELEFUND seeks enthusias-
tic students to call alumni for spring and sum-
mer terms. $6/hour. Flexible schedule. Great
resume experience in a fun environment.
What more could a U of M student want?
Stop by 611 Church #304 or call 998-7420
for more information.
NEED EXTRA MONEV9 Hanmanw. n
WORK in the Wild! Tour guide, dude ranch,
instructor, lifeguard, trail maintenance, hotel
staff, firefighter + volunteer and government
positions available at national parks. Excel-
lent benefits + bonuses! Over 25,000
openings! Apply now for best positions. For
more information please call: 1-206/545-
4804 ext. N5598.
EJS WORDPROCESSING service.
Resumes, papers, dictation, and typing.
Please call Beth at 973-7220.
RESPONSIBLE Church-worker will house-
sit for up to 2 years. Call daytime 662-8142.
THIS SUMMER SEE ISRAEL
THE JERUSALEM FELLOWSHIPS
Tours, Political Seminars, Jewish Studies.
Four Week Sessions for Undergraduates and
Graduates for as little as $950. Call 1-800-
COSTA RICA Intensive Spanish classes for
2-4 weeks including tours and homestay.
Starting at $360. Call for summer enrollment
FLY FREE! (Almost) London $99 R.T.,
Sydney $250 R.T. Any U.S. or International
City. For free information: 800/745-0364.
LOW FARES- Purchase your airline ticket
to Europe and obtain a 5% discount on rail
Europe pass. Regency Travel 209 S. State.
ROMANTIC SPRING Hideaway! Cozy log
cabins on lake. $49-$69 nightly, includes hot
tub, boats, canoes, and more! Traverse City,
Ellis Lake Resort, 616/276-9502.
SCHOOL'S ALMOST over. Plan your
getaway with Jetaway. 994-5921.
STUDENT TRAVEL BREAKS CAN
Europe '94 air sale
Stamos Family of Travel 663-4400.
STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
Continental fr. $179/$239. Bring your Con-
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Session A: June
27 - Auausl
Session B: July 18
Session C: August 8
- August 26
- September 16
8 to 10 week Programs
. Open Admission
Simple Registration - No Transcripts Required
Summer Courses Carry Full Academic Credit
No Out of State Fees for U.S. Residents
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