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TYPING & WRITING
Resumes, cover letters, applications &
essays. Ann Arbor Typing 994-5515.
WRITE ON...Editing of theses, books,
journals, manuscripts, proposals,
coorack. 9960566.

ANN ARBOR COMMUNITY Rec. & ED is
searching for a few good people to umpire
youth field hockey in spring & fall. The nay
is $14.00 per game and its lots of funt ;r
more information call 994-2300 ext. 214.
ANN ARBOR'S FINEST footwear retailer
now accepting applications for part-time
aaoyment. Tins is a great yopportt for a
-motivated, ou-going,andprofessionaly
minded student. B' or send resume to Van
Boven Shoes, 17 Niels Arcade, Ann Arbor,
MI 48104.
ARTIST MODEL.- male-part-time.
$8/hour. Call Jack 996-2715.
ASST. MANAGER position aval. immed.
We are looking for self-motivated, depend-
able person. Good benefits and growth
opportunity. Please call 973-2212.
ATTENTION: Michigan Union Food Ser-
vice now hiring for Sprn tem. xpnenced
waitstaff, host and dishwasher. Flexible
schedules, free meal and a wonderful work-
at Friendly, smlig faces need
An.31, Michigan Union.
BABYSIITER NEEDED for summer, part-
time w/ flex. h. Babysitour 5 & 7 yr. old
gl in Birmingham. Must have car. Excel-
et pay. 810/646-3438.
CAMP COUNSELORS
HAVE THE SUMMER OF YOUR LIFE
AND GET PAID FOR IT
Top 3-camps in the Poconos of NB. PA.
Our 64th year.l
Ex teaching water and land sports,
Guards, Tennis, Climbing, Arts
and MORE.
Cal 2151887-9704, or write: 151 Washington
Lane; Jenkintown, PA 19046.
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,
CALIFORNIA. Contact: Michele Friedman,
947 Hewlett Drive, North Wookmee, N.Y.
11581. 800/421-4321.
CAMP COUNSELORS needed for out-
standing Maine camps! CAMP TAKAJO for
boys and CAMP VEGA for girls. Each lo-
cated on magnificent lakefront setting with
exceptional facilities. Over 100 positions at
each camp for heads and assistants in tennis,
baseball, basketball, soccer, lacrosse, 4olf
street hockey, field hockey, swimming,
sailing, cauoeing, waterskiing, SCUB A,
archery, riflery, weight training, athletic
trainer, journalism, photography,
woodworking, ceramics, crafts, fine arts, dan-
ce (jazz, tap, ballet), nature study, radio &
electronics, rocketry, video, dramatics, piano
accompanist, music instrumentalist/band
director, backpacking, rockclimbing,
whitewater canoeing, ropes course, geneal
(w/ youngest campes). Also looking for
RN's, secretaries, maintenance, kitchen.
Camp dates approx. June 20 - August 2
Room and board, travel allowance, salary
based on qualifiations and experience. MEN
- CAMP TAKAJO, 525 East 72nd Street,
25th Floor, New York, NY 10021, 1-800/
409-CAMP. WOMEN - CAMP VEGA, P.O.
Box 1771, Dubury, MA 02332, 1800/838-
VEGA. WE WILL BE ON CAMPUS Mon-
day & Tuesday. March 27 & 28, from 10
a.m. to 4 pm., in the Michigan Union,
Rooms 1209 & Crowfoot. WALK-INS
WELCOME.
CAMP TACONIC: Prestigious coed Mas-
sachusetts camp hiring motivated, team-
oriented undergrads and grads. Lve with
kids and instruct in: Swimming, Waterskiing
Sailing, Windsurfing, Tennis, Team/In-
dividual Sports, Rollerblading/Hockey
Archery, Golf, Fitness, Ropes/Camping, Sil-
ver Jewelry, Arts/Crafts, Photography,
Newspaper, Video, Musical Theatre, Dance,
Science/Rocketr. Rewarding, enjoyable
work 801622
COORDINATOR, Half-time for innovative
education program. Masters required. Stu-
dent Advocacy Center. 995-0477.
COUNSELORS, COACHES: Outstanding
Maine gis camp has summer opportunities
for mature Counselors and Coaches:
TENNIS, SOCCER, SOFTBALL,
VOLLEYBALL, BASKETBALL, P.E.
MAJORS, GYMNASTICS, LIFEGUARDS,
WSI, WATERSKIING, SAILING,
CANOEING, PIONEERING, ROPES,
PIANO ACCOMPANIAST, RN's AND
VIDEO. Accent is on fun and quality
instruction. High sala plus travel
allowance. Send resume to Pinecliffe,
277 South Cassingham Road, Cubus, OH
43209.
CRUISE SHIPS HIRING - Earn u to
S2,000+/month. Wod tavel. Season &
full-time po . No cxp. necessary. For
info. call 1-206/6340468 ext. C55986.
DAY CARE PERSON wanted for 6 mo. old
girl. Mon., Wed., Fri., n:30 - 1, experience
needed. Own trans., 994-3361.
EVENING RECEPTIONIST needed at the
Ann Arbor Women's City Club - who is
Pleasant & willing to help.
Call 662- 27 . wligt d

FREE FINANCIAL AID! Over $6 billion in
private sector grants & scholarships is now
available. All students are eligible regardless
of grades, income, or parent's income. Let us
h Cal Student Financial Services: 1-800/
-6495 ext. P5598&

with good gymnastics background can teach
children beginning and advanced vaulting,
floor exercise, uneven parallel ban, balance
beam. Call or write Camp V P.O. Box
1771, Duxbury, MA 02332.800/838-VEGA.
We will be on campus. March 27 & 28, Mon.
& Tues., Michigan Union Crowfoot Room,
Room 1209. Interviews from 10 a.m. -4 p.m.
No appointment necessary.

PART/FULL-TIME college students.
$10.25. Entry level. International
corporation. Interview now. 971-6122.-
PROGRAM DIRECTOR: Child care center
needs program director. Minimum qualifica-
tions- 60 semester hrs. at an accredited univ.
and completed at least 12 semester hrs. in
child devlpent. Position to begin in May.
Call 429- .
RESORT JOBS - Earn to $12/hr. + tips.
Theme Parks, Hotels, Spas, + more. Tropical
& Mountain destinations. Call 1-206632-
0150 ext. R55981.
RESORT ON MACKINAC hiring front
desk, bellman, waitstaff, kitchen,
maintenance, security. Please call 616526-
3941. For an application or send resume to
Stonecliffe Resorte, P.O. Box 338 Mackinac
Island, 49757.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for an es-
tablished infertility clinic. Male students or
graduates 20-40 yrs. old are sought. Donors
are pad $60 per acceptable donation. Write,
API P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
48106.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED, Rh negative.
For this blood tp, $120 is per acp
able d on. rteAPRL .O. Bx
Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
STAYING IN ANN ARBOR over the sum-
mer and looking for part-time work? Ann Ar-
bor Community Rec. & Ed. is searching for a
few good people to umpire youth baseball &
softball starting the 3rd week of June. The
pay is $14.00 to $21.00 per game and it's lots
of fun! For more info call 994-2300 ext. 214.
STUCCHPS IS HIRING at the State Street
locationI! Apply within.
STUDENT VOLUNTEERS needed for
summer and/or fall to perform telephone
counseling (76-GUIDE/SOS Community
Crisis Center). Information meeting A , 4
6:30-8:00 pm., Room 3100 Michian Union.
For more information, call U-M Counseling
and Psychological Services, 764-8312.
STUDENT WORKS PAINTING now
hiring for full-time summer positions in the
Ann Arbor area. Starting pay $6-7/hr. Ask for
Matt at 741-5287. No exp. nec.
SUBJECTS NEEDED for cognitive
psychology, reaction time experiment, male,
right-handed, native Elsh speaker, normal
vision and hearing. Pay $5.50/hr. or by
experiment. Call 936-2056.
SUBWAY - CLOSE to North Campus.
Lunch/dinner shifts. Part/full-time. 1701
Plymouth Rd. Next to Video Watch.
SUMMER JOBS
TENNIS AND WATERFRONT
Premiere New England Brother/Sister Camps
located in Wester Massachusetts seek:
Tennis Staff: Counselors/Coaches sought to
instruct in top level tennis program. 29
courts, excellent salaries, room/board and
travel allowance.
Waterfront Staff: Instructors sought for
comprehensive Lake/Pool operation. Skill in
water-skiing, WSI, lifeguarding, sailing,
canoe/kayak and windsurfing.
Men Contact: Camp Mah-Kee-Nac, 190
LUndenAvenue, Glen Ridge, NJ 07028, 1-
800/753-9118.
Women Contact: Camp Danbee, 17
Westminster Drive, Montvile, NJ 0704,
1-800/392-3752.
SUMMER POSITIONS Student Sprinklers
now has openings in M, OH, IN. Get real ex-
perience running your own business and earn
$10000 pus. Must have own car. Call
immediaey.80W6-7691.
TEACHER NEEDED FOR Pre-school.
Full-time or part-time in the a.m. or p.m. Min.
through Sept. 1. $6-8/hr. 996-4847.
I CLASSIFWD
TEACHERS-Assistant Teachers needed for
child care center/preschool in Saline. Posi-
tions avail. mid-May. 429-3034.
TENNIS COUNSELORS needed for out-
standing Maine campi CAMP TAKAJO for
boys and CAMP MEGA for girls seek
qualified tennis instructors to teach tennis
and live in a bunk with camprs. Each camp
located on magnificent laken setting with
exceptional facilities. We're looking for col-
lege level players and good former high
school players. Teaching experience a plus,
but not a must. TAKAJO has 17 tennis courts
(6 with lights). VEGA has 10 tennis courts (4
with lights). MEN - CAMP TAKAJO, 525
Eat72nd Street, 25tiH For, New York, NY
10021,1-8001409-CAMP. WOMEN - CAMP
VEGA, P.O. Box 1771, Duxbury, MA

UNIVERSITY LIBRARY IS seeking 1-2
students to work at our Engineering Library's
Circulation Desk for the following hours:
Mon., Tues., Thurs., and Fri. 7-10 p.m.; Wed.
7p.m.-2a.m.; Sat. 1-4p.m. Duties include
charging and dischar library materials
and assisting patrons. ease apply at Library
Human Resources, 404 Hatcher North. Other
positions also available. EOE.
WATERFRONT STAFF needed for out-
standing Maine camps! CAMP TAKAJO for
boys and CAMP EGA for girls seek
qualified waterfront staff in swimming,
sailing, waterskiing, SCUBA, canoeing.
MEN - CAMP TAKAWO, 525 East 72nd
Street, 25th Floor, New York, NY 10021,1-
800/409-CAMP. WOMEN - CAMP VEGA,
P.O. Box 1771, Duxbury, MA 02332, 1-8W/1
838-VEGA. WE WILL BE ON CAMPUS
Monday & Tuesday, March 27 & 28, from
10 a.m. to 4p.m., in the Michigan Union,
Rooms 1209 & Crowfoot. WALK-INS
WELCOME.
WELL-BUILT MALE anatomical (life)
drawing model sought by master artist. $10/
hr. Call 761-4433.
WRITING, RADIO, MEDIA Relations In-
ternships Available for University of
Michigan students. Minimum 10 hour per
week commitment required. Intems receive
$5 per hour, academic credit also available.
Application deadline S pan. Monday, April 3.
For job descriptions and requirements, con-
tact Kathleen Conrad, 764-7260 or check
posting at CPP.

BLACK CROWES TIX for sale. March 28
at the Fox Theater. Main floor & balcony
available. Call Peter or Ed. 213-0859.
COLORADO--CHEAP!! One way non-stop
to Denver on May 1. Call Mike, 747-9149.
DALLAS ROUND-TRIP airplane ticket for
female. May 6-13 $235. Kim @ 665-9415.
LOVELY SPRING GETAWAY. Romantic
log cabins on lake. $49-$69 nightly. Incl. hot
pub, boats, canoes, more. Traverse City area.
616/276-9502.
LOW FARES TO EUROPE * ASIA
AUSTRALIA * AFRICA * SOUTH
AMERICA
Call STAMOS TRAVEL in Kerrytown,
downtown Ann Arbor, 407 N. Fifth Ave.,
Ann Arbor, MI at 663-4400. Special U-M
line 663-5500.

ERIC'S SPORTS: Team uniforms and shoes
for all indoor sports. 2 blocks off State Street.
Call 663-6771.
0
An Invitation
to
an informational meeting about
Rhodes and Marshall
Scholarships
Wednesday, March 29
7:00 p.m.
Pendleton Room
Michigan Union
Information
Conversation
Refreshments
Hear from Rhodes and Marshall
candidates who have been
through the process. In addition,
there will be a presentation
about Goldwater Scholarships
(sophomores and juniors may
apply) and Churchill Scholarships
(seniors may apply) in math,
science, and engineering and
Truman Scholarships (juniors may
apply) for students interested in
careers in public service,
govemment, and politics.
HIGHEST PRICES paid for mint/near mint
MAGIC The Gatherin , rare singles, sets, and
unoped material.-6646.
Michign Aluni
work here:
The Wal Street Journal
The New York Times
The Washington Post
The Detroit Free Press
The Detroit News
NBC Sports
Associated Press
United Press International
Scientific American Time
Newsweek
Sports Illustrated
USA Today
Be,,ethey.wk,,ea,,
JURORS NEEDED for mock trials at the
Law School: April 3, , 6,12 & 13. Sign up
for b r morel Call: 763-4319.

kindn.essto
hitcampus
By Kiran Chaudhri
For the Daily
Don't be surprised if President
James J. Duderstadt hands you a drink
today. This week students should beon
the lookout for this and other random
acts of kindness.
Project Smile, a student groupaimed
at promoting friendliness at the Uni-
versity, is sponsoring a week of feel-
good events for its"Friendly Days."
Activities include Meet Your Ad-
ministrator Day, the Bugs Bunny Film
Festival, Dance forUnity, and Frietilly
Tables, stations with interactive video
hook ups linking the MUG with
Leonardo's on North Campus.
"We've been working hard all
year," said Engineering junior Leslie
Baxter, coordinator of the Friendly
Tables. "It's all culminating in this
week. I think this is the best way to
kick off a week for a year long feeling
on campus."
LSA senior Mike Petrilli, Project
Smile co-founder, said the goal of
Friendly Days is to create a warmer
atmosphere throughout the University.
"We do hope that people feel like
they are part of the University com-
munity and for that to mean some-
thing," he said.
The first event of the week is Meet
Your Administrator Day, on the Diag
today. Administrators, including
Duderstadt, will be handing out re-
freshments and talking to students in
order to gain "a feeling of coopera-
tion,"Petrilli said.
Other administrators on the Diag
today include Walter Harrison, vice
president for University relations;
Maureen A. Hartford, vice president
for Student Affairs; and Provost Gil-
bert R. Whitaker Jr.
"As a first step and to raise con-
sciousness, (Friendly Days) is a good
step in that respect," said Dean of Stu-
dents Royster Harper, who will also be
on the Diag. "But what it takes for a
loving community is for people to care
about each other, and I don't think
that can be orchestrated."
LSA junior Richard Berri also ex-
presseddoubts. "Ithink the atmosphere
at U-M is very unfriendly," he said. I
don't really know if (Friendly Days)
is going to work. It will be nice for the
week, but I don't know if any of it will
carry over."
Rackham graduate student Dawn
Ottevaere, however, called Friendly
Days "a great idea."
"Michigan can definitely use more
friendly people," she said. "Even po-
litenesscan bepromoted here.... People
are always in such a hurry."
Members of Project Smile called
"Friendly Ambassadors" will be
roaming the campus, encouraging
politeness and other random acts of
kindness throughout the week.
"I think that (Friendly Days) is
built on the random acts of kindness,"
Harper said.
"But what I think we have to do is
genuinely care about each other. U-M
doesn't have to be large and cold; U-
Mcan be large and warm.... Anytime
we want U-M to be different, we can
change it," she added.

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$$ATTENTION ECON. & English majors.
Gain valuable resume experience while ear-
oney for school. Challenge yourself
withiso ng newt 971-5370.
$1750 WEEKLY possible mailing our
circulars. No experience equiredl Begin
now. For info call 202!298-9065.
$5 + PAID FOR RESUME. Send confiden-
tially to Resume, 117 E. Louisa St. #360,
Seattle, WA 98102.
$500/WEEK
SUMMER INTERNSHIPS
PLACING ALL MAJORS
CALL 971-1133.
**ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS. Loak-
ing for responsible, goal-oriented people to
jom our team. Line cooks and prep cooks.
Minimum 2 yr. experience. Positive attitude
required. Raises based on merit. Waitstaff, I
yr. experience w/ some alcohol service
preferred. Outgoing and enthusiasm required.
Excellent benefit available. Permanent
schedule. Apply in person. Mon.-Fri. be-
tween 2 and 4 p.m. Max & Erma's, 445
Eisenhower.
*CAFE IS NOW hiring resposible person
Wfor part-time aftemoon c'eaning poston. $51
hr. tostartinarneatworking environment.
Call Ann 663-300
PEER ADVISOR, Academic Year '95-
96; Career Planning & Placement. Apply
now to use your*rwkstudy award 10 hours
wk. Develop career and interpersoal com-
munication skills working with a professional
staff. Contact Donna Gray, Workstudy
Applications,763-136.3.
*CHILDCARE IN NORTHEAST A2 for
15 mo. old baby girl. Must be reliable, gentle,
and caring. Mon., Tues., Wed. aftemoon to
arly eve. If interested in any of these days,
call 668-1730 (office).
*PART-TIME flex. hrs. outside spring
clean-up. $5.75/hr. 677-1754 after 5.
A.M. SNOWPLOW & LAWN CARE
service. Self-motivated, quality conscious,
leader for lawn .care. Good pay, excellent
benefits, health, profit-sharing. Opportunity

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3RD ROOMMATE NEEDED - Call 764-
8610. Rent is $285 plus utilities!

FREE FREE hot sauce and salsa taste test-
ing at Tins. Come in and try some of the
world's best and hottest sauces. Sun. Feb. 5,
12-4 p.m. 333 E. Huron 761-6650.

GREAT SUMMER WORK!
Macomb/Oakland counties.
Paint at $6-7/hr. Call Frank 764-9794.

HAIR SALON SEEKS experienced
receptionist. 25-20 hours/week with full-time
petial. Must be reliable & flexible. Wages
bsdon ewneence. A 1in winuMon.-
9-7, 2516 ckard Arbor at Geor-
getown Mall.
HEALTHY MEN/WOMEN ages 20-55,
approx. 170 lbs. or less, normal vision/hear-
ing (or contacts. Must be avail. 8-1l a.m.
either Aprill 14, 21, or27th. for PET study of
brain blood flow. Total time w/ plec
approx. 5 hrs. Com csation over $106-
Leave name/number c @ 764-9275.
HELP WANTED Part-time kitchen help
needed, daily shifts at 4 p.m. -11 pm. Mon.-
Sat. Perfect for students. Must be able to
work during Summer Break. Apply in
person, Bandito's Mexican Restaurant. 216
S. Fourth Ave.
INDIVIDUALS NEEDED FOR
RESEARCH STUDIES: The Warner-Lam-
hmt/Paik-Dav Commnmity Resatrchink

ADOPTION- INFERTILE couple wants to
adopt an infant. Please help make our dream
come true. Call Bill or Linda, 800/896-1067.
DETROIT LIVE!
One-on-OneNoice Personals
1-313-976-3000
Why pay morel Only 69o/min.
Alternative Lifestyles
Gay - BI - Couples - Swingers
1-313-976-4000
Only 850/mmn.
Ladies FREE! 1-313-237-2222
ADOPTION. HAPPILY MARRIED U of
M alumna & husband wish to adopt baby.
We will provide loving & secure home,
Christian values & a full-time mom. Com-
pletely legal. We can help with medical, legal
living expenses. Please call Kathy collect
310/541-8222. Thank You!
LOVING, EXPERIENCED adoptive
kans are veyeager so adopt second child.
are r genkmg about adoption, please
cuclect at 6161f - 2

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