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FEMALE ROOMMATE to share spacious
apartment on Church and Hill. From May-
Aug. $250. Call 998-0509.
FEMALE TO SHARE Ig. bdrm. in 2 bdrm.
bi-level apt. Central cams. Must rent. $80
mo. May-Aug. Laura 662.9075.
GREAT HOUSE 5 bdrm., furn., Idry.,
finished attic, walk to Cent. campus, pkg.,
May/June-Aug., $1100 neg., 995-1876.
GREAT LOC! 1026 Church May-Aug. 2
bdrm. Avail, in house. I sgl. 1 dbl. Free idry.
Fum. Dwshr. Porch swing! 747-7301.
GREAT ROOMY 2 bdrm. ap. avail. May 1.
New paint & carpet, A/C, wshr. yer,
dwshr., prkg., pool. A must see 741-5998.
HUGE 5 BDRM. house! Avail. Spring/
Summer. Room for 5-7. Great location, lots
of parking. Free washer/dryer. Price neg.
LG. BDRM. in 3 bdrm. bi-lev. a 2 kit., 2
baths, pkg. idry. All util. mcl. $300 neg. Spr.
Sum. Michelle 741-0584.
MALE to share lg. bdrm. in 4 bdrm. hse. on
.Linden. May-Aug. rent neg 995-0858.
MAY-AUG. 1-2 females to share 2 bdrm.
apt.w/3 others. $200 neg. Call Brenda or
1ghan 930-0313.
MAY-AUG. 1-2 bdrm. near Med., b.g.,
$neg., Idry., balc., great cond. 761-5687
MAY-AUG. 1 bdrm. sublet off E. University
on Packard. Quiet, unfum., $ neg. Call Mike
MAY-AUG. 2 needed for I bdrm. in 2 bdrm.
apt. at Forum on State St. $150/mo. Call 995-
MAY-AUG. Fabulous studios, 1, 2, and 3
bdrms. All the extras. 741-9300.
MAY-AUG. Fum. 2 bdrm. by Law & B-Sch.
A/C, ldry., prkg. Rent neg. 663-9455.
MAY-AUG. Lg fum. 1 bdrm. on Wilmot &
Washtenaw. 4 hses. from CCRB. Free wshr./
dryer, prkg. $350 neg. Dave 662-5486.
MAY-AUG. LARGE 2 bdrm. aptFurn., A/
C, free prkg./laundry, patio grill, dishwshr.
Great location near diag. 1320 S. Univ. #2,3-
4 people 665-0984. $ neg.!!
MAY-AUG. XXL 1 bdrm. rfect for 2.
Beautiful. 1 block away from CB & South
U. Free ldry. Only $425/mo. Call 995-5160.
MAY-AUGUST Sublet. Ldy., fum., prkg.,
Tan. Call Nicole 747-6967.
MUST SEE 2 bdrm. apt. Hardwood floors
on Church near South University May-Aug.
NICE, QUIET 1 BDRM. in 2 bdnn. apt.
MayAug., Fum., Prkg., Balcony, non.-smkg.,
$ neg., S. Forest. Jonny 747-8658.
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 TM. Call Ari 741-86731
ROOMMATE NEEDED for Spr./Sum. sub-
let to share clean, cozy, historic apt. w/2 other
roommates. Private bdrm. quiet area very
close to campus. If interested call 998-0488.
doubles to share fabulous two bedroom bi-
levels with all the extras. Call now at 741-
ROOMS AVAILABLE at 911 Vaughn.
May-August. $175/mo. Please stop by and
ask to view the interior. 930-9999.
SEVERAL 1 and 2 bedrooms. May-August.
Fully furnished campus area apts. available
beginning May 6 at special discounted rates.
Cal 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 ig. bdrm.
SPRING/SUMMER sublet-2 bdrm apt. on
S. Forest, great location, large roams, laundry
$650/mo. or best offer 668-0167.
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
lose 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.
Church and Hill w/ A/C, 2 covered prkg.
spots. Only $400/mo. + elec. Call 741-9761.
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, furn., A/C, free prkg.
Price negotiable. May-Aug., 663-4588.
SUNNY STUDIO to sublet May-Sept.
Hardwood floors, huge closet, laundry, prkg.,
pand heat and water, walk to central campus.
$275. Call Sydney 747-6189.
TWO LEVEL Studio with balcony &
parking. Available April 1. 1016 Church.
$350. 616/626-8547.

SHA BAT DINNER at Chabad Fri. 7:00 p.m.
715 Hill. Info. 99LEARN.


NEED EXTRA MONEY? Handyman wan-
ted fall 1994 & spring 1995 for odd jobs in
Ann Arbor. Call 313/562-5756.
NOW HIRING Sales clerks for gift shop on
Mackinaw Island. Call 217/529-1223.
delivery shift. Will train. Start at $5.25/hr.
Apply in person at 1306S. University Bagel
OFFICE work study positions for spring &
summer available at The Center for Research
on Learning and Teaching. Provide
secretarial assistance, i.e., assembling
workshop materials, greeting public;
photocopying; perhaps answering p hone and
errands. Salary range: $6.00-$7.50/br. Call
Sue at 763-6939.
cal publishing company for editorial intem
and sales intern. Contact Lisa or Dave at 668-

WITCHCRAFT INFO (Positive Only!).
Personal interviews, classes. 665-5550.
ZEN MEDITATION Course 5 Thurs. even-
ings starting Apr. 14. Yoga class 6 Tues,
evenings starting April 12. Buddhist study
group 8 Wed. mornings starting April 6. Zen
Buddhist Temple. 761-6520.

In response to the success of Ron
Howard's film "The Paper," Univer-
sal Studios is reportedly producing a
sequel titled "The Daily," based on
the inner workings of The Michigan
Daily. According to a draft script, the
story goes something like this:
The University's vice president
for student affairs, Maureen A. Hart-
ford (played by Louise Fletcher of
"One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"),

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
avail. throughout state, including Metro
Detroit, Lansing, Grand Rapids and
For application, please attend the Royal
Prestige informational meeting on Tuesday,
April 5th at the Michigan League -
Henderson Room 10am, 12pm, 2pm, or 4pm.
Al LAWN CARE, INC. accepting applica-
tions in lawn care and landscape work. Ex-
perience preferred, good driving record, neat
appearance, 40-50 hrs./wk., pay starts at
$5.50. Positions avail. April 25th through the
fall. 663-3343.
AA ALASKA SUMMER employment. Join
the gold rush to Alaska's fisheries industry!
Earn $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.
AA CRUISE & TRAVEL employment
guide. $$$ + FREE worldwide travel!!
(Caribbean, Europe, Etc.!) Summer/Per-
manent avail. Guaranteed success! 919/929-
4398 ext.cl.
ABLE & experienced part-time childcare for
our 2 & 4 yr. olds. Prefer long-term, own car
& references. 996-4136.
ADORABLE twin infant girls & their Ann
Arbor family seek a modem day Mary Pop-
pins for summer or 1 year. Terms neg. 663-
Earn up to $8,000 + in two months. Room
and board! Transportation! Male or female.
No experience necessary. Call 206/545-4155
ext A5598.
ATTENTION GREEKS See how tough you
are this summer. Work out west. Earn
average $7532. Build a powerful resume. Not
your normal summer job. Call 995-4441 for
more info.
mornings. 2 girls, ages 3 & 8 mo. 971-9226.
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 CV to 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, Nutrition/Dietetics. Age 20+.
Seven Weeks. Camp Camelot on College
Campuses at Massachusetts, Pennsylvania,
Califomia. Contact: Michele Friedman 947
Hewlett Drive, North Woodmere, N.Y. 11581
CHILD CARE NEEDED beginning sum-
mer/fal 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.
required. Extended commitment desired. Ap-
proximately 10 hrs./wk. Tues. & Thurs. $6/
hr. to start. Ref. required 995-4757.
COED SUMMER cam pnear Pinckney is
now hiring counselors, lifeguards, and cooks.
Call 313/878-6628 for more info.
COUNSELORS - Top Boys Sprts Camp-
Maine - Exciting, FUN-FILLED summer.
SPORTS. Tennis, WSI, & all water sports.
Plus: Camping & Hiking, Ice Hockey, Scuba,
Archery, Riflery, A&C, Martial Arts, etc. Top
Salaries, Excellent Facilities, Travel
Allowance. Call or write: Steve Rubin, 1-
800/473-6104, CAMP COBBOSSEE, 10 Sil-
vermine Dr., South Salem, NY 10590.
CRUISE SHIPS hiring-Eam 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 mm. psychologi-
cal experiment. Call 764-2280.-.
EARN BIG BUCKS this summer being a
bar tender. Order the professional "how-
to"Bartending Video, & 64 p. video + recipe
guide. Send $ 24.95 + $2.95 S/H. to
Lemondrop Advertising & Mktg. P.O. Box
321035 Cocoa Beach, Fl. 32932-1035. Allow
ten days for delivery

PART-TIME SPR. & full-time sum. for
loading and/or delivery of packaged ice. Call
or apply in person at Partytime Ice, Co. 1854
Cadillac Ave. Ypsilanti, MI 48198. 313/485-
rytown Shopping Center has 2 positions
available forhardworking, friendly, reliable
people to wqrk on our team. Mostly evenings
and weekends. Call 662-5008 for interview.
RESPONSIBLE couple to manage/reside at
17 unit motel - South Lyon - References.
Rh NEGATIVE semen donors are needed
and will be paid $120 per acceptable
specimen because of the ir rae blood tp
Write APRL, P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
ROOM AND BOARD in exchange for light
housekeeping and childcare. Mature, warm,
reliable woman. Need own car. Start summer
or fall. 665-4719.
SALAD DAYS is looking for delivery
drivers. Must have car, cheerful, familiar with
Ann Arbor. Fill out application, comer 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.
area of an Ann Arbor business. No expeen-
ce necessary, but must be motivated. May -
July, good $, 663-1459.
ly childhood program. Lots of flexibility,
great environment. Call UMHCCC 998-
SUMMER help wanted. All shifts 5/1-6/30.
Call Ms. Kane 663-1822.
SUMMER jobs. All land/water sports Pres-
tige Children's Camps Adirondack Moun-
tains by Lake Placid Call 1-800/786-8373.
TEACHERS needed Wester US. Write
Evergreen Ed. Employment P.O. Box 8159,
Tacoma, WA 98418. 206/572-3719 Fax 206/
THE COLORWORKS Collegiate Painters
is now interviewing college students for sum-
mer 94 management positions. A resume-
building job w/tremndous eaming potential.
To explore job opportunities avail. w/he
ColorWorks call 1-800/477-1001 & talk w/a
campus representative.
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
applications for full or part-time employment.
Send resume to or drop off at 17 Nickels
Arcade, Ann Arbor, M 48104.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for 1 week camp
for kids w/muscular dystrophy Jun. 10-17.
For info call Kris collect@517/694-7787.
WHITEHALL Convalescent Home is now
hiring Nursing Assistants. College students-
We are looking for full-time summer help
with the option of becoming part-time in the
fall. No experience? No problem! We will
train! $6.25 per hour to start with merit in-
creases available. You could be making
$7.00 per hour by October I! Call 971-4433
NOW for more information.
Whitehall Convalescent Home
370 Morgan Rd.
WORK IN THE WILD! Tour guide, dude
ranch, instructor, lifeguard, trail maintenance,
hotel staff, firefighter + volunteer and
government positions available at national
parks. Excellent benefits + bonuses! Over
25,000 openings! A pply now for best
positions. F or more information please call:
1-206/545-4804 ext. N5598.
WORK OUTSIDE this summer with other
college students. Stay in Ann Arbor and earn
$7-10/hr. Painting homes and businesses. No
exp. required. Call 769-4877. 8-5 Mon-Fri.
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.
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
EURAIL PASSES!! Save with the best
pE I reavailable for Discount Airfare and
ilpasses Join Interational Backpackers
Union. Call for free brochure 1-8/313-
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 ass. 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.

DENTISTRY The University of Michigan
School of Dentistry prepares students for a
variety of careers: in private practice,
hospitals, government, industry, business.
management and administration, teaching,
research... and much more. If you want a
career which is in demand and offers per-
sonal and financial rewards, consider
dentistry! * Flexibility and lifelong learning *
Starting Salaries ranging from $50,000-
$70,000 * An opportunity to help others.
Come to DENTAL CAREER DAY. April 2:
1994. Saturday 9:00 am- 2:30 pm. School of
Denistry. Kellogg Auditorium. Activities
include: panel of dentists * tour of facilities *
hands-on experience * preparation for
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted to shan
1g. 2 bdrm. apt. Non-smoker. Close to cam
pus for spring/summer. Located on E. Ann
200 util. nel.! Call 665-9711.
LAW STUDENT looking for on -smoking
housemate(s) in newly fumis house: big-
screen TV, prkg., ldry., piano, rm sys. No
pets. Sept-Sept. $330 single, $200 double.
J.P. 930-0354.
ROOMMATE NEEDED own rm. in 4
bdrm. apt. Sept.-Sept. East U. $325. Joy 747-
doubles to share fabulous two bedroom bi-
levels with all the extras. Call now at 741-
YOUR VERY OWN ROOM in great house
across from Law Quad. May to May. $300 +
util. Fern. only. Call Soma 995-3347.
FREE FREE FREE hot sauce and salsa taste
testing at Tios. Come in and try some of the
world's best and hottest sauces. Sunday April
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./legal/travel
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 & aurie collect at 810/380-7332.
LET A PSYCHIC answer your questions!
Spek person to person 24 hrs. a day. Call 1-
900/267-0088 et. 4023. $3.99/min. Must be
18 +. Procall 602/954-7420.
PREGNANT? ot what you had planned.
Unsure what to o? Adoptive couple eagerly
awaits child. C1ll810/641-3820.
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.
Let us help you choose Life. 769-7283.
COME SEE the area's best selection of
Tropical fish & aquariums. The Fish Doctors!
Next to Putt-Putt on Washtenaw. 434-1030.
PUPPY-ALASKAN Malamute. 7 mo. old.
Loves people, has all shots. Call 663-8578.

Directed by Steve Culver; with
Meryl Streep, Michael J. Fox and
Paul Reubens.
is rewriting the student code of con-
duct. In the process, she unilaterally
overturns several key Supreme Court
decisions. But before the court can
react, two justices are mysteriously
murdered in the night.
The Daily suspects a University
conspiracy, but University spokes-
person Walt Harrison (Geraldo
Rivera) won't comment. Reporters
James Cho (B.D. Wong) and Hope
Calati (Shelley Duvall) cannot cough
up any details at the Phlegming Ad-
ministration Building. But ace reporter
James Nash (Paul Reubens of Pee
Wee Herman fame) gets an anony-
mous confirmation of the University's
involvement from his City Hall
source, Strep Throat.
The editors then grapple with
whether to print the information. One
contingent, led by Nate Hurley
(Michael J. Fox), says theDaily should
go ahead, while Karen Sabgir (Sarah
Gilbert) and Mona Qureshi (Danica
McKellar) want to wait on the story.
Karen Talaski (Helen Hunt) wants to
gather a consensus of all the senior
After a heart-to-heart with confi-
dant Daniel Day-Lewis (as himself),
Editor in ChiefJessie Halladay (Meryl
Streep) decides to run the headline
condemning the University, and the
next day, riots break out all overcam-

pus. Activists from a spate of campus
groups rally, including the Revolu-
tionary Workers League (RWL), the
Association of Socialist Students
(ASS) and the Upper Penninsula
Youth Organization for
Underrepresented Right-wing Stu-
dents (UP-YOURS).
The University Department of
Public Safety unleashes its gestapos,
who club protesters and jettison canis-
ters of tear gas onto the Diag. Thirty-
four students are arrested, 33 of whom
are athletes. Daily photographers Evan
Petrie (Martin Short) and Michelle
Guy (Oprah Winfrey) capture the ac-
tion in a stunning portfolio.
Opinion editors Flint Wainess and
Sam Goodstein (Luke Perry and Ja-
son Priestly, in no particular order)
scour the crowd to find notable
quotables. And Arts Editor Melissa
Rose Bernardo (Kirstie Alley), in cri-
tiquing the protesters' fashion, la-
ments the artificial fibers while Nima
Hodaei (as himself, because no one
could ever really play Nima) shakes
his head in bewilderment.
In fact, every section of the Daily
reports on the riots except news staff,
which decides it is not news and in-
stead plasters the front page with sto-
ries of SACUA committee appoint-
ments. They bury the riot story in the
sports section, where it is covered to
death by columnists Chad A. Safran
(Anthony Michael Hall), Rachel
Bachman (Laura Dern), Jaeson
Rosenfeld (Kevin Costner) and Tim
Rardin (Woody Harrelson). Rob Lowe
makes a cameo appearance as Brett
Forrest, who is busy in New York
filming videotapes for Sports Illus-
Rick Schroeder of "SilverSpoons"
fame puts in a sterling performance as
calendar editor Andrew Taylor, who
courageously maintains his post pro-
cessing submissions throughout the
siege. And turning in cameos are vet-
eran Daily staffers Josh Dubow (Sean
Connery), Andrew Levy (Kiefer
Sutherland), Melissa Peerless (Jenni-
fer Grey) and David Rheingold (Ja-
son Alexander).

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at home. For info call 2010-5958.
EXPERIENCED waitstaff & bartenders
wanted for part-time positions in an upscale
caerng company. Please call Jennifer at 66-
South Ann Arbor for two children, ages 3
mos., and two years, to start June 1 st, hours
variable with occasional evenings. Own
transportation, experience caring for young
children, and references required. Call 677-

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