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6 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, Seoptember 21, 1994

LOST GLASSES! Prescription lenses in sil-
ver/gold wire frames. Taren 662-4415.

BICYCLES: All speeds, men/womens. $25-
$50 good cond. Also parts. 475-3238.
FOR RENT- Philips 20 in. TVs/$125 a yr.
VCRs/$80. Excellent cond. 764-1731.
MUST SELL: Rollerblades men's size 9-10
used 10 times. $220 value asking $179 or
best. Also 1 pr. Wolber 700c road rims, brand
new. $25 for pr. 996-0358._
RUGGED MTN. BIKE- 93 Bianchi Osprey,
barely used, seat lock & bike lock incl. I paid
$550, U pay $400. 913-2003.

"THE REAL WORLD', single or shared.
Private locked bedrooms in large bi-level apt.
1 1/2 baths, A/C, dwshr., heat and water incl.
Campus Rentals 665-8825.
2 BDRM. APT. Bus. Packard/US-23 area.
973-7165.
2 BEDROOMS available in nice house.
Central campus. 4, 8, or 12-month lease. Call
810/651-5765.
ATTRACTIVE ROOMS on Hill St., comer
of Oakland. Kitchen, ldry., prkg., clean &
quiet. For males. $285-up. 995-3276.
BUY NOW sale after graduation. 2 bdnn., 2
bath, fireplace, carport, shed, wshr./dryer, A/
C. '89 Mobile home. 5 mins. from town. 313/
662-0104.
CHEAP STORAGE near I-94 and Zeeb. In-
door and outdoor. Motorcycles, cars, etc.
761-7491.
COED TO share two bedroom apartment in
modem building in outstanding location, just
two blocks to Law Quad. Roommate is
mature, quiet female. Only $395 monthly
plus electric. Located at 406 Packard. Please
call 761-8542.
GREAT ROOMS FOR FALL: 911 Vaugh-
$299/mo. 1225 Prospect-deluxe two rooms &
own bath for one person-$399/mo. 930-9999.
HILL/FIFTH- Avail. now. Large rooms + +
+. Gallatin Realty Co. 994-0624.
HOSPITAL LOCATION: Riverhouse
Condos. One room in a two bedroom condo
on Island Dr. avail. now. $339 + elec. Off-st.
prkg., central A/C, Idry., full kit. w/ garbage
disposal. N-smkr. No pets. Clean & safe.
Laurence, 913-5590.
HOUSE FOR RENT near campus. Be the
first renters in this adorable 5 bdrm. tri-level-
hardwood floors, washer/dryer, carport and
1g. yard. Call 741-9300.
LEASE FELL THROUGH- 1 bdrm. Great
location on South U. Newly furnished.
Immediate. Campus Rentals. 665-8825.
PARKING near Central Cam pus, Brown St.
at Hill. Now thru 8/95, $295. Thru April,
$265.50. Clarion Properties, INC. 769-2255.
PARKING Reserved, covered, private park-
ing place avail. near U Towers and Central
Campus. CAMPUS RENTALS. 665-8825.
PARKING- Surface lots. 819 Brown @ Hill
St. (4 blocks west of S. State) $295 thru 8/95;
$265 thru 4/95 possible. Also @ 600 E.
Kingsley @ N. State. $295 thru 8/95; $265
thru 4/95 possible. 769-2255.
TWO BEDROOM apartment for 2 to 4
people near CCRB and central campus. A/C,
dishwasher, heat and water included. Start at
$958. Campus Rentals 665-8825.

TYPING & WRITING
Resumes, cover letters, applications &
essays. Ann Arbor Typing 994-5515.
WE WILL FIND you money for college.
Call Educational Funds Sources at 1-800/
600-0961 for information.

HOUSEWORK- laundry, vaccuuming,
dusting, other household chores. Walking
distance to campus, 12 hrs. during weekdays,
during daytime, $7/hr. Call after 6 p.m. 662-
7169.
LA PINATA HIRING day waitstaff & full
or part-time kitchen help. 5-40 hrs./wk. We
will work around your schedule. Apply at
2204 W. Stadium.
MICHIGAN TELEFUND is now hiring U-
M students for fall term '94. Call alumni in a
friendly environment and build your resume.
Start at $6/hour + bonuses. We pay you to
train. Make a difference and make some
money. Stop by 611 Church St. #304 or call
998-7420 today.
MODELS- PRINT, trade, T.V., Associated
Models 810/788-8760.
NATIONAL PARK JOBS - Tour guide,
dude ranch, host(ess), instructor, lifeguard,
hotel staff, trail maintenance, firefighter, +
volunteer & government positions available.
Excellent benefits + bonuses! Apply now for
best positions. Call: 1/206/545-4804 ext.
N55981.
NEW PROG RAM- Volunteers needed.
Read course texts on to tape wkly. @ Ser-
vices for Students with Disabilities Office.
We have lots of reading this semester! Eve.
or weekend hrs. To help, call 763-3000.
NIGHT CLERK needed for conference cen-
ter front desk. Wknds. midnight-8 a.m. Cash
register exp. preferred. Please call Scott or
Angelique at Oxford Conference Center,
763-3480.
NORMAL HEALTHY MEN/women ages
18-30, approximately 150 lbs. or less, right-
handed, normal vision (or contacts, no
glasses), needed for positron emission
tomography (PET) studies of brain blood
flow. Study time is approximately 3 hrs.
Compensation is $100. Call David at 313/
764-2280.
NOW ACCEPTING applications for Ban-
quet cooks and waitstaff at Wheelers
atering. Must be organized, neat in ap-
pearance and punctual. Experience not
needed but helpful. Please call 994-7588
leave message.

OFFICE PERSON: part-time; Mac, phone,
& number skills a must. 761-7204.
PA.
H 0 U S 6
Now hiring full and part time.
* Pizza Makers
* Counter
*Phones
* Delivery Drivers
Days, evenings and late shifts
apply at: 624 Church St., A.A.
OUR COMPANY is looking for individuals
who want to gain management experience
next summer. Earn $6,000-$10,000 per
summer. The early bird gets the worm. 1-
800-887-1960.
PART-TIME POSITION available. Pre-
vious sales experience a plus. Will train. Call
662-3149.
PART-TIME temporary until end of year.
Afternoons, warehouse setup, team attitude
essential. 761-7702.
PARTICIPANTS WANTED: $8 for 1 hr. in
ed. study. Female, UM student, good writing
skills (task not writing intensive). Call Kent
Harber, MPTL, 747-3933.
PERSON TO HANG posters. Part-time on
Campus. 1-800/300-7737. Details.
RESEARCH VOLUNTEERS needed.
Healthy, non-smoking females, ages 18-40,
may qualify for medication research studies.
Must not be using birth control pills. Must be
using reliable method of birth control or
abstinence. Research volunteers are paid for
participation. Interested? Call Ann or Liz @
996-7051. Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Warner-
Lambert/Parke-Davis Community Research
Clinic, 2800 Plymouth Rd., Ann Arbor, MI
48105.

RUNNER/MESSENGER for downtown
Ann Arbor law firm. 1:00 to 6:00 p.m. week
days. Filing, process serving, delivery, and
-office paperwork. Must be reliable, confident
and have a car. Please submit resume an%
references as soon as possible to:
Davis and Fajen, P.C.
320 N. Main St. Ste. 400
Ann Arbor, Mi. 48104
No phone calls please.
SALAD DAYS is looking for energetic,
cheerful people with restaurant experience.
Apply at comer of State & William.
SECURITY GUARDS full and part-time.
Paid training. Flex. scheduling. All work on
campus. Apply in person, State Security
Services, 611 Church St., suite 305, 9 a.m.- 3
p.m. E.O.E.
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.

'87 VW FOX- 110K mi., 4 door, A/C, $2000
or best. Call 913-2018 or 936-0850.
1988 VW CABRIOLET- exc. cond. All
white exterior & interior (leather), A/C.
$9300/best offer. 662-7855.
1989 DODGE OMNI 71k miles, ice blue, 4
dr. new tires, air, no rust, automatic,
$2950.00. Runs well, call 663-1340.
TOYOTA CELICA GT '88, air, auto,
100k.,good condition, $5300, Call 663-9857.
VW FOX 2-door, stick, 1988, Burgundy,
110k. miles, stereo cassette, good condition,
asking $1,500, 313/763-2791.

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AMTECH COMPUTERS
486 DX2-66:4/420:SVGA:$1245.
486 DX-33:4/340:SVGA:$1099. We install
systems on your configuration. 677-0155.
COMPUTER RENAISSANCE
We buy, sell & trade quality used & new
computers & accessories. We pay cash for
your computer equipment! Now selling 386s
as low as $349, 486s as low as $599. Macs as
low as $199. Monitors starting at $69. We
warranty what we sell! Colonnade Shopping
Center 994-1030.
DELL, TOSHIBA laptop computers for sale.
All 386 w/ hard drives & math co-proc. Also
Northgate desktop (386-25 340 Mb.) avail.
Call Jonathan 761-1357.
IBM COMPATIBLE 386 system. Like new,
color monitor, Windows, loads of software,
3.5 drive must see. $600. 763-0695.
MAC 270 COLOR Powerbook. Complete
with docking station, monitor, ext. keyboard
and HP 560 color Deskwriter. 68030-33M1HZ
with Math Co. 480mbHD, 9600 Fax/Modem,
loaded with software. Only 3 months old.
Must sell. $2,700 or best. 810/914-3362.
MAC CLASSIC 11-4/40, 9 1/2", b/w screen,
Word 5.0, Excel 4.0, Graphics, Apple File
Exchange, $550, 810/851-6202.

4 BED 2 BATH apt. w/ prkg. East U. &
Oakland. Avail. Jan.-May '95. 663-8239.
SUBLET Oct.-Aug. Single room in apt. High
St. Wshr./dryer, deck. $280/mo. Util. incl.
Clean, quiet. 668-4025.
services
* SANDI'S WORD PRO: Resumes. Letters.
Papers. Theses. Law. Editing. Tapes. Fax.
Rush. U-M Discount. 426-5217.
MIAMI MOON JEWELRY. Ear & nose
piercing. 209 S. 4th Ave. Mon.-Sat. 769-
7478.

furniture RESEARCH INFORMATION
ti , Largest Library of information in U.S."- all subjects
Order Catalog Today with Visa / MC or COD
INUSRIL800-351-0222
INDUSTRIAL STRENGTH carpet perfect or (310) 477-8226
for dorm or apt. 10ft.xl2ft. in beige or blue. Or, rush $2.00 to: Research Information
$50, call 741-1717. 11322 Idaho Ave., #206-A, Los Angeles, CA 90025
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

$1500 WEEKLY possible mailing our
circulars! For info. call 202/298-9065.
$363.60 - SELL 72 funny college t-shits -
profit $363.60. Risk-free. Choose from 19
designs. Free catalog: 1-800/700-4250.
$6/HOUR for talking on the phone. What
more could a U-M student want. Flexible
evening hours & weekends. Michigan
Telefund is hiring for fall term. Great resume
experience, friendly staff, bonuses. Stop by
611 Church #304 or call 998-7420 today.
Make a difference.
ABBOTT'S NURSERY- landscape instal-
lation labor help wanted. 2781 Scio Church,
Ann Arbor. 665-8733.
ACCEPTING APPS. Flex. sched. A.M.
kitchen prep, lunch crew, evening crew +
supervisors. Apply @ Yes Yogurt &
Sandwich, 2264 S. Main or 2603 Plymouth
Rd.
ADORABLE TODDLER needs energetic,
kind, loving babysitter Fri. 8:30 a.m. to 1:30.
Must have car and great references. Call 995-
1362.
ARE YOUR early mornings or lunchtimes
free? Are you strong, dependable? Disabled
professional woman needs physical
assistance. Cat lover preferred. Near campus.
662-2734.
ATTENTION AMBITIOUS , self-
motivated students. The Colorworks col-
legiate painters is currently interviewing stu-
dents for summer '95 management positions.
Eam money in excess of $10,000. Call now
1-800-477-1001 for a campus representative.
ATTRACTIVE FEMALE models for nude
photography. No experience necessary. Need
not be tall. Serious only, 741-7487.
AUSTRALIAN OPAL ring needs retail
distributors. Sell for $20, materials fumished,
100% money back guarantee. Call 1-800/
376-OPAL for free details.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for 3 terrific kids:
4, 11 & exceptional 8 yr. olds. Occasional
weekday/weekend afternoons and/or
evenings. Own car pref. 665-4842.
BABYSITTER NEEDED. Family seeking a
warm, responsible babysitter to care for our 1
1/2 & 5 yr. olds Wed. 2:30-6:30p.m., and Sat.
9a.m.-p.m. Please call 662-3062.
BABYSITTERS wanted. Some eve. and
wknd. sittings for families in Hill-Washtenaw
area. Preference for those with car or in walk-
ing distance. Call 665-3320. Leave name and
phone number.
CAREER PLANNING AND Placement has
work study positions available for 1994-95.
*Peer Advisor Positions
3200 SAB 763-1363.
CHILD CARE needed for 5 & 3 yr. old
Tues. 12-2 p.m., Wed. 3-7 p.m., Fri. 12-2
Sm. Own transp. & refs. req. Call Sharon
CHILD CARE NEEDED in my home. 4
mo. old & 2 1/2 yr. old. Transp. needed. Day
and eve. hrs. avail. Call 663-0774.
CHILD CARE after school in my home for
2 great boys (5 & 8). 3:30-6, M-F. Car & ref.
required. Beverly at 663-8803.
CROWNE PLAZA Ann Arbor 610 Hilton
Blvd. Bartender/wait & bus persons a.m. and
p.m. Employee meal provided. Apply in
person. No calls please.
CRUISE SHIPS HIRING - Earn up to
$2,000+/mo. on Cruise Ships orLand-Tour
companies. World travel. Seasonal & Full-
Time employment available. No exp.
necessary. For info. call 1-206/634-0468 ext.
C55981.
DAY CARE HELPER, own transp. Ex-
perience w/ children nec. Call 663-1737.
DELIVERY DRIVERS NEEDED. Earn up
to $8+/hr. No clean-up. Must have own car.
Apply within Stadium Little Caesars 1944 W.
Stadium.
DISHWASHER- $5.25/hr. Crowne Plaza.
Ann Arbor. 610 Hilton Boulevard. Apply in
person. No phone calls please.
EARN CASH stuffing envelopes at home.
All materials provided. Send SASE to P.o.
Box 10075, Olathe, KS 66051.
EXTERIOR PAINTERS- Experienced stu-
dent painters needed to paint Ann Arbor area
homes. Full orpart time. America's College
Painters 1-800/626-6267 "painting America's
homes coast to coast."
FOOD LOVERS- energetic retail sales staff
for our bakery cafe. Apply in person between
3 & 5, 326 W. Liberty.
FUNDRAISING
Choose from 3 different fundraisers lasting
either 3 or 7 days. No investment. Earn $$$
for your group plus personal cash bonuses
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Fun RESIDENT MANAGER, The Wilmot
House, a residence for University of
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0010, 1500 E. Medical Center Dr., Ann good salary. Apply manager's office in
Arbor, MI 48109. Michigan League. 764-0446.
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ACROSS
1 Terminus of all
roads?
5 Mets stadium
9 Slack-jawed
14 "- ol'
cowhand..."
15 Have on
16 "Mr. Television"
17 Photographer's
order
19 Filch
20 Historical period
21 Most unusual
23- and Means
Committee
24 Club fees
25 Prospector's
find
27 Contempt
29 Hypnotic light
of the '70s
34 Avoids
35 Kernel holder
36 Senior
37 Poi ingredient
38 Sphere
39 "And - bed":
Pepys
40 Does a
publishing job
42 - day now!
43 Dealt with
44 Safety device
on a door
46 Photos
47 Yes sir
48 Twirl
49 Drinks slowly
52 Scoundrel
55 Pop
58 Relininus sect

5 Ingrid
Bergman's
homeland
6 Obeys
7 Slack
8 War god
9 Weight lifter's
concern
10 Greeting card
order
11 - of expertise
12 - ball!
13 Snakelike
swimmers
18 Time worked
22 Mazel -
24 Monopoly order
26 "Norma -"
27 "Evening -"
28 Famous French
physicist
29 "Bonanza" star
Greene
30 Newspaper
advice giver
31 Take as
one's own
32 - and bounds
33 Nudge
34 Choreographer's
concern

35 West Virginia
product
41 Reserved
43 Chef Julia
45 "... - the land
of the free"
46 Moves along
briskly
48 Libra's prop
49 Poet Teasdale
50 "- Love with a
Wonderful Guy"

51 Two cups
53 "- sow..."
54 Pack away
55 Actress
Cannon
56 Surrounded
by
57 Refuse to
consider
true
59 Sweetie
61 Bikini top

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