100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

February 07, 1995 - Image 7

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1995-02-07

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

The Michigan Daily -Tuesday, February 7, 1995-7

lorA / rar_
Study 'U' students agree:
illicit drug use on the rise

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY tutor. Ph.D.,
experienced. Chemistry 210 & 215. I have
the answer sets to your course pack! Jim 741-
0995.
TYPING & WRITING
Resumes, cover letters, applications &
essays. Ann Arbor Typing 994-5515.

"COOL JOBS" EMPLOYMENT guide.
Earn up to $2,000-10,000 a month. Jobs on
cruise ships, Alaskan fisheries, ski resorts,
club med, white water rafting, lifeguarding,
national parks and U.S. forest service.
Guaranteed jobst 8001/57-1553.
$1750 WEEKLY possible mailing our
circulars. No experience required! Begin
now. For info call 202/298-9065.
$500/WEEK
SUMMER INTERNSHIPS
PLACING ALL MAJORS
CALL 971-1133.
A SPECIAL GIFT- We're looking for heal-
thy women between the ages 21-35 for egg
donation. All ethnic backgrounds
encouraged. Fee paid. Send inquiries to
AARMA, P.O. 2674, Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
A.M. SNOWPLOW SERVICE snowplow-
ing and shoveling positions. Great 2nd job.
Most work done between midnight & 10 a.m.
$11/hr. to start. Bonus if own vehicle is used.
Sub-contractors with own truck & plow
needed. 973-0930.
ACTIVISTS WANTED for social change &
environmental justice. Canvass for
Greenpeace. Call uck at 761-1996.
ALASKA FISHERIES HIRING! Earn
thousands this summer in canneries,
processors, etc. Male/female. Room/board/
travel often provided! Guide. Guaranteed
success! 919/929-4398 ext. A 1014.
ARE YOU A DYNAMIC LEADER?
BE A PART OF THE MAGIC OF
SEQUOIA!
Our 64TH year! Camp Sequoia, located in
the Catskill Mountains of New York State,
seeks leadership staff (program heads,
coaches, instructors and counselors) in the
areas of: TENNIS, GYMNASTICS,
ROLLER HOCKEY, SWIM, WATER-SKI,
BOATING, ENGLISH RIDING, ROPES
COURSE, CLIMBING TOWER, TEAM
SPORTS, CERAMICS, FIBER ARTS,
JEWELRY, WOODWORKING and
THEATRE (all aspects). Join our family for a
great summer experencel A representative
will be on campus, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY
14TH. For an appointment and an
application, call SEQUOIA at (914) 679-
5291 or write: P.O. Box 1045, Woodstock,
NY 12498.
ARE YOU LOOKING for ways to bridge
differences on camps? Become an Inter-
group Dialogue acilitator! Facilitate
dialogues between Men/Women, White
People/People of Color, Gay/Straight, chris-
tians/Jews and others. For applications: 1521
Alice Lloyd or 3000 Union. Deadline is
March 3. Call 936-1875 for information.
ATTENTION SENIORS: Progressive en-
vironmental Co. has nationwide positions
avail, for motivated team-players interested
in mktg., management, sales, & making a
change in the environment. Flexible hours.
Call 973-0419.
BABYSITTER WANTED 2 nice kids; 3 &
1 yr. old. 2-4 hrs. Tues. late afternoons.
Professional couple. Just north of campus.
994-7883.
CHILD CARE IN home. 8 a.m.-l p.m. 2-3
days/wk. Days flexible. $6/hr. References
required. 741-8931.
COUNSELORS: CAMP WAYNE, brother/
*sister camp, Pennsylvania, 6/22-8/20/95.
Have the most memorable summer of your
life! Coaches, teachers, and college age stu-
dents needed to teach at specialty areas.
Many other jobs available. ON CAMPUS
INTERVIEWS: February 13th from 10-5
p.m. Interviews held in Michigan Room of
the Union. If you need more information call
1-800/279-3019 or 516889-3217 or write 12
Allevard St., Lido Beach, NY 11561. Include
your telephone number.
The University Activities
Center (UAC) is looking
for a responsible & team-
oriented student with ex-
tensive finance knowi-
edgelbackgroundlexperl.
ence. Please come to
2105 Michigan Union to
fill out an application and
schedule an Interview.
Applications
are due Wed..
Feb. 8 0 4:30. - -
Call 763.1107 for more information.
COUNSELORS, ACTIVITY
SPECIALISTS
Camp Starlight has good positions for
outgoing, enthusiastic upper classmen/
women as cabin/unit leaders & coaches in

Baseball, Basketball, Tennis, Roller Hockey,
*Lacrosse, Lifeguarding, Sailing,Caoig
Water Skiing, Camping, Dance, Radio/ideo,
Ropes Course, and Nature. Leading Coed
camp in Mtos. of PA. Warm, friendly
atmosphere, extensive facilities. Field work/
Internships available. 6/22-8/20. For
applications and on campus interview, call
800/223-5737 or on campus call Jackie @
930-9804 or write 18 Clinton St., Malveme,
NY 11565.
CRUISE SHIPS NOW HIRING - Earn up
to $2,000+/month working on Cruise Ships
or Land-Tour companies. World travel.
Seasonal & full-time employment available.
No experience necessary. For more informa-
tion call 1-206/634-0468 ext. C55985.
CRUISE SHIPS HIRING! Earn big $$$ +
free world travel (Caribbean, Europe, Hawaii,
etc.) Summer/permanent, no exp. nec. Guide.
919/929-4398 ext. C 1014.
ENJOY WORKING WITH kids, then
"Wise" is the place to work this summer.

JOBS IN ADVERTISING - Gain valuable
business experience by selling advertising to
local and national businesses. Earn commis-
sion-based pay. Become an Account Execu-
tive for The Michigan Daily Display Staff.
Now hiring for Spring/Summer and Fall/
Winter terms. Pick up an application at the
Student Publications Building, 420 Maynard,
in the Senior Staff Office. Application
deadline: Feb. 10, 1995.
MACKINAC ISLAND Resort Hotel seek-
ing staff-front desk, dining room, kitchen,
maintenance, security, bicycle mechaic and
housekeeping. Contact Iroquois Hotel Winter
Office, 663-5971 (Ann Arbor), for an
application.
MARKETING AND communications
majors-Dexter company needs full time Sales
trainee to market midrange and small com-
puter systems to prequalified national cor-
porate accounts. Sales are primarily over the
phone. Some overnight travel possible. Car
required. Salary. Company paid medical,
dental and life insurance. Send resume to
TNG, 7400 Newman Blvd., Dexter, MI
48130.
NEEDED: WORK STUDY student to help
with care of mouse colony. 12-15 hrs. per
week. Flexible hrs. Will train. Contact Dr.
Gumucio, 747-0171.
NITE OWLS AND.OTHERS needed on
campus for security property check. No ex-
perience needed. Good oportunity for
p oon. Flexible hours. State Securities
Service Inc. 611 Church St., Ste. 305,9 a.m.-
3 pm., 668-0447. EOE.
OUR COMPANY is looking for individuals
who want to gain extensive management ex-
perience this summer. Earn $6000 - $10,000
psummer.Positions avail. throughout the
Mdwest.800/887-1960.
PAINTERS, FOREMAN, & managers call
College Pro Painters, 1-800346-4649.
PART-TIME receptionist, evenings &
Saturdays. Must be self-motivated & like
people. 996-2020.
PART-TIME RECEPTIONIST position
available immediately at Hudson Mills
Metropark. Just north of Ann Arbor. Please
contact the park office at 8801 North
Territorial, Dexter. 800/477-3191.
PENNSYLVANIA COED children's over-
night camp seeks staff. Swim, crafts, radio,
golf, nature, sailing, tennis, sports, arcery &
general. A great experience! Contact our
campus representative, Mike @ 662-9304 or
call 610/941-0128.
PRESCHOOL NEEDS house clean &
teacher's assts. Love children & pets. 15-25
hrs. a.m or p.m. $6-8/hr. 769-2795.
PROFESSIONAL COUPLE seeks student
for light housekeeping, child care and dinner
preparation in our home near central campus.
4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday through
Wednesday. Must be extremely reliable and
provide own transportation. Pay: $7.50/our.
Phone: 662-9491.
PROFESSOR NEEDS student for
housework. 4-6 hrs./week. Call 665-2748.
Rh NEGATIVE semen donqrs 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.
SCOREKEEPERS is currently hiring cooks.
Experience not necessary. Apply within. Call
for info at 995-0581.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well es-
tablished infertility clinic. If you are a male
student or professional 2040 years of age we
need you. Donors will be paid $60 per ac-
ceptable specimens. For further infomation
please write APRL, P.O. Box 2674, Ann
Arbor, MI 48106.
SUBJECTS NEEDED for cognitive
psychology, reaction time experiment, male,
right-handed, native English speaker, normal
vision and hearing. Pay $5.50/hr. or by
experiment. Call 936-2056.
SUMMER POSITIONS Student Sprinklers
now has openings i Ml,OH, IN. Get real ex-
rience running your own business and earn
10,000 plus. Must have own car. Call
immediately. 800265-7691.
THE AMERICAN CANCER Society
telemarketing program is seeking enthusiastic
individuals who are interested in gaining
valuable communication experience through
telemarketing. Mon.-Thur. evenings, $5
$6.50/hr. 971-4300.
THE BLUE FRONT needs reliable stock
help. Apply in person @ 701 Packard-
TRAVEL ABROAD AND WORK. Make
up to S2,000-$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. J55985.
VOLUNTEERS SOUGHT FOR
INFLUENZA (FLU) TREATMENT
STUDY
The University Health Service (UHS) seeks
volunteers to participate in a medical study
evaluating an experimental antiviral for the
treatment of symptoms of influenza infection.
To be considered for the study, you must:

* be 18 years of age or older and in good,
health;
* be on hormonal birth control, if female;
* have experienced influenza-like symptoms
for 48 hours or less; symptoms include fever
plus head and muscle aches, cough and sore
throat; and
* be willing to receive treatment and
participate in evaluations:
Involvement in the study will require an
initial screening and six visits to the UHS
during a three week period. Treatment will
last for five days. There is no cost to patients
accepted into the study. All examinations,
laboratory tests and study drug treatment will
be free of charge.
An honorarium will be paid to
participants.
If you think you qualify for this study go to
the UHS between 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday
through Friday. Call 763-6880 with
questions.
WANTED 100 STUDENTS lose 8 - 100 lbs.
New metabolism breakthrough. Guaranteed
results! Ilost 15 lbs. in 3 wks. RN assisted. 1-
800/579-1634. $35 charge.

BASKETBALL TICKETS needed, U-M vs.
IU game. 2 - 4 tickets. Call 763-8659.
HELP! PROMISED son tickets to U-M/IU
game on Feb. 19 if he aced science test. He
came through, now I need to deliver! Need 4
tickets, will take pair. Call Joe at 616/456-
5535.
LOW FARES! London from $379, Paris
from $528, Frankfurt from $504, Japan from
$740, Korea from $750, Bangkok from $867,
Singapore from $982. Regency Travel 2095S.
State St. 665-6122.
SPRING BREAK - Panama City Beach, FL
from $91/person/wk. Greg or Andrew 998-
1925. Free info. 1-800/488-8828.
SPRING BREAK GETAWAY. Romantic
lop cabins on lake. $49-$69 nightly. Reduced
mid-week rate incl. hot tub, boats, canoes,
more. Traverse City area. 616/276-9502.
SPRING BREAK - S. Padre on beach. 2-3
bdrms. at famous Radisson. Parties, price
$795/week- owner. 813/642-5483.
STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
Continental $159 or $239. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Martha at
Regency Travel, 209S. State, 665-6122.
WHY BEACH IT? Spring Break Specials =
London * Paris * Athens * Ski Package. Call
Student Travel Breaks at Stamos Travel 663-
4400. We honor student discount coupons for
all airlines.

FIDDLERS OPEN HOUSE at the Ark. 637
1/2 S. Main. Sun. Feb. 12th, noon-5 pm.
Fiddlers, violinists, pickers, public welcome.
Swap meet/jam session. Free.
HERB DAVID GUITAR Studio 302 E.
Liberty, 665-8001. Lessons lessons lessons.
Repair repair repair. Not just guitar.
\ 1

By Vahe Tazian
Daily Staff Reporter
A 13-year decline in the use of illicit
drugs has come to a halt, according to
research conducted by the U.S. Depart-
ment of Health and Human Services.
Experts report the study suggests
that the country's drug problem might
be on the brink of worsening.
The study revealed that 32 percent
of teenagers interviewed in 1993 said
they thought smoking marijuana once
or twice posed a great risk, down from
36 percent in 1991.
Lee P. Brown, director of the Of-
fice on Drug Control Policy, said the
shift in attitudes was especially trou-
bling. "What we're looking at is a
potential problem with another genera-
tion experiencing a drug epidemic,"
Brown said.
A decline in marijuanause had been
apparent among all age levels, includ-
ing college students, until these recent
findings.
The National Institute on Drug
Abuse reported that 60 percent of high
school seniors in 1979 admitted to us-
ing marijuana, while 47 percent of the
1990 class made this admission.
Although marijuana use had been
declining, the potency of marijuana
has increased drastically. The institute
reported that during the past decade,
the concentration of THC, marijuana's
active agent, has increased from .05
percent in 1979 to a present estimate of
15 percent.
Some University students said they
are not surprised by the recent rise in
drug use.
LSA sophomore Jeff Black said he
believes the trend in will rise. "I'm
surprised that the statistics don't re-
veal a much greater use of drugs,"
Black said. "In a few years, I think this
country will experience a dramatic in-
crease in drug use, especially in the
younger age groups."
Black said he feels the use of drugs
by college students is a phase in the life
of a student. "I thinkmost students who
abuse drugs now will probably stop
using them once they have finished
school," Black said.
Other University students said the
country's "war on drugs" is a losing
battle.
"It seems that every party that I go
to, a large percentage of the people are
not only drinking, but are on some type
of drug," said an LSA junior, who

$3000 SCHOLARSHIP for 95-96 for a
soph. woman eligible for financial aid, GPA
3.3 or better. Info./application U-M financial
aid office before 2/15/95.
A MESSAGE FROM CUPID:
Dear Valentiners,
It is that time of the year again to say
something special about the one that you
love. -So make this Valentine's Day a
memorable one andsu se your sweetheart
(or would-be sweetheart) with a personalized
Cupid-Gram in the Daily's special Valentine
page, Tuesday, Feb. 14, 1995.
Altfhough I, (Cupid), will be very busy this
time around, my friends at the Daily have
promised to help me with this special offer.
They will be waiting for you at The Michigan
Daily (420 Maynard) all day (9-5) and at the
Fishbowl Feb. 6 through Feb. 8 (10-4), to
make sure that ALL OF YOU get thechance
to show your loved ones how much you
really care for them. You don't need to be a
writer or a poet. All it takes is just $6.00 (no
student discounts -- sorry) and lots of love.
So hurry in TODAY and get your Cupid-
Gram because space is limited! Deadline is
Thursday, Feb. 9 at 4:00 p.m.
Love,
Cupid
P.S. See mail-in form on classified paget
ERIC'S SPORTS: Team uniforms and shoes
for all indoor sports. 2 blocks off State Street.
Call 663-6771.
MAKE UP TO $2,000 in one week!
Motivated student organization (fraternities,
sororities, etc.) needed for marketing project.
Call Larry 1-800(756-6662.

KRISTEN SCHAEFER/Daily
Use of drugs has become more common and less feared, a study finds.

Need treatment?.
Students seeking alcohol or
drug treatment or assistance
can contact:
The University Health Service
Alcohol and Other Drug
Education Coordinator, 207
Fletcher St. Room 209, 763-,
1320.
University Counseling
Services, 3100 Michigan
Union, 764-8312.
wished to remain anonymous. She said
the availability of drugs on campus is
quite high. "Whenever I need some
drugs, I really don't have a hard time

getting what I need."
The University has recognized the
problem. The Student Policy on Alco-
hol and Other Drugs states, "There can
be no question that alcohol and drug
abuse is a significant problem on our
campus."
Other findings include:
*300 tons of cocaine are sold each
year in the United States.
8.7 percent of the high school
class of 1990 used LSD, while 9.7
percent reported using cocaine, and
only 1.3 percent used heroin.
* 25 percent of all AIDS victims
are intravenous drug users.
- The Associated Press contributed
to this report.

Strike leaves Tigers unable to build stadium
DETROIT (AP) - The baseball because of the strike, we're not able to specify how much,

strike has left the Detroit Tigers unable
to pay for the construction of a new
stadium, the club's new president said.
"Idon't want to say thatit would be
entirely publicly financed," John
McHale told the Detroit Free Press in
yesterday's editions.
"But my discussions with (Tigers
owner Mike)Ilitch clearly indicate that

go forward with the previously an-
nounced project."
Ilitch had pledged $175 million to-
ward construction of a stadium - if the
state or city cleared the land and built
roads.
But the Aug. 12strike cut the 1994
season short. It has hurt the team's
finances, McHale said. He declined to

Now, stadium funding would have
tobe "something in between"the team's
paying the full cost and taxpayers pay-
ing to build it. "The club has to expect
to be asked to do its fair share," he said.
Most stadium projects require pri-
vate and public financing. There is no
current estimate for a Detroit stadium,
McHale said.

** 2 FEMALES NEEDED to share a very
cute 4 bdrm. house on Hill. Fully furn.,
modem kitch. 2 full baths, ldry. May-May
lease (no lease left when you graduate!) No
pets. 741-8255 or 769-1534.
AVAIL. IMMED. 1 bdrm. in 2 bdrm. apt.
Great location, 1819 Willowtree Lane,
parking. Now-Aug. Call 665-4268 ASAP.
FALL '95- 2 bdrm., unbelievably great w/ all
the xtras. Non-smoker; share or have own
bdrm. 741-9300.
MALE ROOMMATE needed to share 2
bdrm. apt. beginning Fall '95. Rent $345/
month + utilities. Perks: own room, free
parking, on-site laundry, non-smoking
roommate, and more! Call 313/913-6297.

DISCOUNT
TEAM
UNIFORMS
FOR ALL
SPORTS
66307,71
4 1 9 E. Liberty
2 8Iocks offcj
State

TIOS SELLS TRINIDAD Habenero sauce.
Winner three years in a row as the best hot
sauce in North America. 333 E. Huron.
We Deliver! 761-6650.

DATES! GUYS & GALS DATES! 1-900/
884-9206 ext. 7697 $2.99 per. min. Must be
18 yrs. Procall Co. 602/954-7420.
GIVE THE GIFT of life. Be an egg donor or
maternal surrogate for a childless couple. Ex-
cellent compensation, $2500-$17,000. 1-800/
308-7367.

WANTED INSTRUCTORS & ARTISTS
The Michigan League programming is
looking for (1) Instructors in dance, physical
fitness, aerobics, arts & crafts, & others. (2)
Artists like musicians, singers, comedians,
poets, magicians, mimes, & others, for its up
& coming programs & events. (3) Individuals

DETROIT LIVE!
One-on-One/Voice Personals
1-313-976-3000
Why pay morel Only 69¢/min.

(ZE7 CREERS IN
Ti ,gsc,4,-YvF.hn iirv 7r

SPORTS MANAGE ME NT

--^^ -.A --

- - - P1P1_-

I

.1

h 11 /.. '. ?8 ntm [7A-'&Pm, Vrrrm £-I~n

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan