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Find out how hundreds of students are deep cleaning, o anizing, skills w/ ac, day/ For this blood t , $120 is paidp cep. Enterprise at Work, a support center for non- sale at face value. Canadian Brass 2 tix Sat 3/
already eaming FREE TRIPS and LOTS OF eve., wknds. $6-S8/hr. 996-4847. table donation. Wte APRL, O. 26e, profits has several jobs including communty 30 also face. Exc. seats. Call 332-1929. Great
CASH with America's #1 Spring Break DIRECT CARE WORKERS full & part- Ann Arbor, MI 48106. relations, clerical, education and traing. 3r prices! Must sell.
company! Sell only 15 trips and travel frce! time positions available to work with SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for an infer- further info check our postings in Gopher- WANTED: 3 BASKETBALL tickets UM
Cose Cancun,NBahamas, Mazatlan, or developmentally disabled adults. Competi- tility clinic. Male students or grads. 20-40 Blue or call 998-0160. Positions are for stu vs. Indiana 2/18. Call 769-3118.
Florida. CALL NOWT TAKE A BREAK ive wages & excellent benefits provided. . old are sougt Donors are *prd $60 pr dents who have, qualified for Work Study
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C Edepicts if
:rai positions avail. Contact: Donna Grey
@ 763-363 or in person @ 3200 SAB._
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.
ALASKA STUDENT JOBS! Great $$$I
thousands of jobs avail. Male/Female. Rm./
boardtrans. often provided. Great adventure.
Guide 919/933-0188 ext. A1010.
ALL SHIFTS AVAILABLE Last semester
our employees earned $6.50/hr. This year
w w' planng a cruise to the Caribbean.
y at Subway N. campus- 1701 Plymouth
ANN ARBOR'S NEWEST tanning salon is
now, hiring sales associates. Apply at
Tanfastic, 627 S. Main.
ANN ARBOR'S PREMIER HOTEL
*Front desk clerk.
are looking for happy, dependable,
'energetic, loyal le to join our top-notch
service team. e offer excellent wages and
615 E. HURON
CORNER OF STATE AND HURON
ANTHONY MADE $750 last week in only
25 hours. Jenny made more. Dick wasn't
here. He made nothing. Don't be x Dick! Ex-
cellent sales opportunity. call 973-2017 for
AIST WANTED! NEW contemporary
g5ry seeking all mediums. Please call517/
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The University of Michigan
Department of Dermatology
is seeking volunteers ages
13-30 years to test a new
therapy for Acne.
Eligible participants will be
compensated for their time
For more information please
call (313) 936-4070
Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m.
University of Michan
_____ Medical Center
ATTENTION STUDENTSI American
Photo Marketing is seeking highly detailed
oriented people wanting part-time employ-
t (20-30 hours/wk.), at $6/hour. Week-
5 only. Reliable transportation is a must.
Cotact Dee at 313/677-3832, Monday thru.
Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
ATTENTIVE WAITSTAFF/Host Staff
needed for U-Club lunch. Call Darla at 763-
AVON REPS NEEDED on campus today.
Call Kelly 1-800/484-8040 ext 5138.
BE A PART of our winning team as you
provide home health services to our clients in
their homes. Cases available in Washtenaw
County. Own transportation required. Call
C BLE DESCRAMBLERS. Imam simple
to make them. Keep one or sell them for
i $$$. 913-9826.
EARN $6.50/HR. Opening at School of
Public Policy for Clerk B. Duties include
answering phone, copying, and various
chores as assigned. Person must be avail.
Mon. & Wed. from I la.m.-2p.m. plus addi-
tional hours as needed. This Is a work study
position. Only students who have a work
study award may apply. Call Linda or Penny
EARN UP TO $1000/mo. part time early
a.m. Reliable vehicle necessary for delivery
HELP WANTED- Part or Full-time. Detail
oriented. Familiar with PCs & word
processing. $10/hr. Call Bill 996-5168 at
JOURNALIST? Trying to break into TV
news? We're broadcast professionals who
can show you how. For more info send a self-
addressed stamped envelope to Break N
News, 1002 Alpine NW Suite 175, Grand
Rapids, MI 49504.
LIVE LIKE A GYPSY, make out like a
bandit. Average U of M Summer income
$8300. All majors. Call Dirk 665-7119.
MEDIA COORDINATOR- TV & Print
Peterson, Williams & Bizer, Inc., is a market-
ing services firm for leading technology
companies. We need a media coordinator to
work full time with our media director to as-
sist in the research, planning, and placement
of media for our broadcast & print media
accounts. PWB is located in Ann Arbor,
Michigan, just one mile from the U of M
campus. No prior media experience is
necessary. Computer proficiency and
bachelors degree are a must; Excel and finan-
ce skills are helpful.Send your resume to:
PWB Attn: MC 1000 Campus Dr., Ste. 1000.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-6792
MICHIGAN TELEFUND is accepting
apps. for Winter '96. S6-9hr. for talking on
the phone. Fun, friendly environment. Speak
with Alumni, raise money, build your resume
& interpersonal comm. skills. Stop by 611
Church St. #304 or call 998-7420 for more
NATIONAL PARKS HIRING - Positions
are now available at National Parks, Forests
& Wildlife Preserves. Excellent benefits +
bonuses! Call: 1-206/971-3620 ext. N55983.
NOTEfAKERS needed. Seniors and Grads.
$5-7/hour. Excellent part-time job. Apply at
Grade A Notes at Ulrich's Bookstore, cond
Floor, 549 E. University Ave.
OUR CHILDREN NEED YOU to play &
learn with them at our child care centers. One
mile from campus. If you are available any
full days M-F please call 761-2576. 6.50/hr.
OUR FIRM IS looking for individuals who
want to gain comprehensive management ex-
perience next summer. Earn $6000 to
$10,000 per summer. Positions available
throughout Michigan incl. Rochester, Utica,
Troy, Farmington, Bloomfield, Novi,
Livonia, Flint, Grand Rapids, Holland, Mus-
kego and more. 800/887-1960.
PART-TIME positions available at Dough
Boys Bakery Traver Village location. Call
POSTAL & Government jobs $21/hr. +
benefits. No experience. Will train. Call 313/
POSTAL JOBS $15.90/hr. Benefits. On job
training. For application/info. call 818/764-
9048 ext. 2122.
The School of Education is now
interviewing candidates for our
1996 Winter Phonathon
Duties: Telephone School of
Education alumni and solicit
contributions to the School.
Pay: Starting at $6.25 per hour
plus bonuses and prizes.
Hours: Sunday through
Thursday evenings, February 4
through March 21. No calling
during winter break.
Qualifications: Callers must
be registered U-M students.
Sales, public contact, or acting
experience helpful. Callers are
expected to work at least two
evenings per week.
To Apply: Call 763-4880
M-F 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
School of Education
Development and Alumni Services-
1001 School of Education Bldg.
610 East University
SALES ASSOCIATE. High growth internet
apartment guide seeks motivated, independ-
ent college grads for full-time sales position.
Internet exrience & knowledge of rental
housing hustry a plus. Salary & environ-
ment very attractive. Must be willing to
travel. Visit us at: http:ww.rent.net. Fax
resume to: 415/674-9180.
SENIORS-- Graduating soon and don't have
a job lined up? Upsizing national marketing
firm seeks management trainees. Contact
Jacob at 973-7456.
Yes! If you like to get up and going in the
morning, The Michigan Daily has a spot for
you. Our production department is hiring a
student for ad teardown and filing Mondays
thru Fridays, 8-9 a.m. For more information,
STUDENT CUSTODIANS for the Winter,
Spring or Summer 1996 Terms are needed at
Student Publications. We are looking for stu-
dents in good physical condition for cleaning,
lifting and odd jobs. Students who are
enthusiastic, punctual and flexible will
receive top consideration. Good working
conditions. Good pay. Must be available 8:15
a.m. to 12:15 p.m. at least two days a week.
Work Studies welcome, but not required.
Apply now. For information, call 764-0550
or stop by room 210A Student Publications,
420 Maynard Street.
STUDENTS! Help wanted at the Lawyer's
Club dining services (551 S. State). $6 per
hour to start. Call 764-1115 or stop by. EOE.
SUMMER BUSINESS. Are you an
entrepreneur? Great opportunity with low
start-up cost. Management training, earn up
to $600/wk. Vehicle req. Call Greenland Ir-
SUMMER CAMP JOBS. Leadership posi-
tions with excellent salaries: general coun-
selors for male groups,water safety
instructors, lifeguards, fishing, archery. Call
201/994-3897. Randolph, NJ.
SUMMER CAMP counselors to work one
on one with children with special needs in
Chicago's north suburbs. Campers are in-
tegrated into groups with typically develop-
ing peers in day and overnight camp settings.
Call Dave Gendel at Keshet at 847/205-0274
SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES at Jewish
residential csmp in mountains west of
Washington DC for camp counselors and
teaching specialists. We need energetic in-
dividuals who can teach in camp program
areas such as tennis, water sports, nature, arts,
video, gymnastics, radio, drama,
photography, etc. Must be good role model
with knowledge of Jewish customs and
values. Experience with Jewish camps, youth
group or travel to Israel a plus. Go salaries,
intem credit available, great fun! 1-800/229-
7825 or e-mail: CapCamps@aol.com
Flexible Hours k
U. of M. Students Only
Apply in person at the Michigan
Union Administration offices.
$2250 in 2 weeks in business for myself.
Looking for three students to do the same.
Contact Jacob at 973-7456.
BABYSITTER WANTED. 2-4 momings/
week. Approx. 3 hours. Trans. & ref. needed.
Close to campus. 741-8034.
BABYSITER (female) for our 7 mo. old,
occasional eves. Ann Arbor 761-4736.
BABYSITTER NEEDED- Exp., n-smkr.
Own trans., NW A2, mornings. 994-1512.
BABYSITTER NEEDED- ASAP for 9 and
4 1/2 year old girls for after school pick-up
and activities. Monday, Tuesday, and
Thursday from 2:30 to 5:15 p.m. and Wed-
nesday 2:30 to 6 p.m. Will provide car, non-
smoker, ref. 480-1202.
EARLY CHILDHOOD substitute needed.
Have fun and earn money too. Working with
infants, toddlers, and pre-school age children.
Call 668-0887 for an appointment.
OCCASIONAL babysitter for newborn.
References & car nec. 434-2878.
** SPRING BREAK 96 Jamaica, Cancun,
Bahamas, Florida. Lowest prices around!
Call now to reserve your spot. Josh @ 995-
2256 or Kim @332-78631
AAAA! CANCUN & Jamaica Spring Break
specials! 111% lowest price guarantee! 7
nights, air, hotel from $429! Save $100 on
FREE FOOD & DRINK PACRAGE FOR EARLY SIGN.UPS
AAAA! SPRING BREAK Bahamas Party
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parties! Great beaches/night life! Leaves
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AAAA! SPRING BREAK! Panama City! 8
days room with kitchen. $119! Walk to best
bars! 7 nights in Key West $259! Cocoa
Beach Hilton (Great beaches/near Disney).
$169! Daytona $139! 1-800/678-6386.
ATTENTION SPRING BREAKERS!
Book Now! Jamaica/Cancun[Bahamas $399,
Florida $129. Organize Groups & Go Free.
Endless Summer Tours 1-800234-7007.
WANTED: 4 tickets UM vs. Indiana Feb. 18.
WORLDWIDE LOW FARES Euro-rail
F , 2
ELEKTRA RECORDS is looking for a col-
lege marketing representative for Ann Arbor.
Job responsibilities include retail, radio, and
marketing for alternative artists. No salary/
fully paid expenses/college credit. NO
SENIORS. For more information call Pete or
Jeff at 212/275-2860.
HERB DAVID GUITAR Studio 302 E.
Liberty, 665-8001. Instruments, instrumepts,
books, books, books. Not just guitar.
NEEDED: BASSIST & drummer to play w/
key boardist & guitarist. For more info.
please call 996-5867.
$3000 MARKLEY scholarship for soph.
woman eligible for financial aid, GPA 3.3 or
better. Info/application at UM Financial Aid
Office. Deadline 2/21/96.
FREE FINANCIAL AID! Over $6 Billion
in public and private sector grants & scholar-
ships is now available. All students are
eligible regardless of grades, income, or
parent's income. Let us help. Call Student
Financial Services: 1-800-263-6495 ext.
KLM United Continued from Page 1
Continental * BA "It's important forthe pub
EARLY BIRD SPECIAL 6634400 this history," said John Mat
are now due
iday, Jan. 26th
ations can be picked
dropped off at the
& Leadership Office
202 Michigan Union.
53-5900 if you have questions.
tant vice provost and director of the
Office of Academic Multicultural Ini-
tiatives. "Oftentimes there are images.'K
ofahappy-go-lucky slave (who is)con-
tent with his status. It is important that w
we have an accurate historical por-
Matlock said the exhibit aims to re-
mind the University of the importance
"The issue offreedom runs free in the °
writings and documents. It is a remark-
able exhibit of how under remarkable
circumstances, people always tried to
survive and be free-freedom was al-
ways on their mind," Matlock said.
"It's a reminder for me as an African
American of how important historyis."
Kinesiology senior Stacey Foster
agreed that the exhibit should raise
awareness of significant issues in Afri-
can American history.
"I would enjoy seeing it presented in
a public setting where everyone could
go and see it," she said. "I can never
learn enough about my own history."
While free blacks were allowed to
live and move in many Northern terri-
tories, these men and women often met
prejudice from their white compatriots
and were denied equal opportunities for
economic and political advancement,
"Theslave-holding mentality, or the
idea that whites are superior to blacks,
has always been present in the U.S."
Cox said. "It's important to recognize
that the problem ofslavery is the prob-
lem of freedom - you cannot have
one without the other. I hope (people)
learn more, do more and change
The primary materials on display il-
lustrate that despite the many barriers, a.
numberoffree African Americanswent
on to receive degrees from colleges and
took initiative in educating themselves
and their children.
A few individuals, like James Forten
of Philadelphia, managed to amass ex-
traordinary fortunes regardless of the
great odds against them. A successful
black shipping merchant who started
out as a sailor, Forten made $100,000
by 1832, and used his substantial re-
sources to sponsor anti-slavery causes
and charitable activities.
The collection documents how free
blacks organized and mobilized sup-
port for causes like the abolition of'
slavery, sociaijustice and social equal-,
ity. It contains a pamphlet from an
1843 Detroitpolitical conventioncon-
vened to lobby the government for
The exhibit attempts to show that,
racial hatred and prejudice during this
period were so pervasive that even the
white abolitionists viewed blacks with
a certain degree of paternalistic antago-
nism. According to a letter on display,.
one abolitionist remarked: "I can recall
the time when in walking with a colored
brother, the darker the night, the bettet
Abolitionist was I."
The exhibit, which runs through
March 6 in celebration of Black His-
tory Month, attracted many visitors
during the University's Martin Luther
King Jr. Day program. Matlock said
the collection's message of freedom,
equality and advancement of Afrtcan
Americans fits the dream that King
"These activities strengthen me -
those are the roots ofmy folks,"'Matlock
said. "There are some things you never
forget; they have to be passed on from
generation to generation."
Matlock stressed the University's role
in advancing knowledge and truth. But
he said the issues King and so many
other black leaders of the past dealt
with are still here.
"MLK Day and Black History Month
make me aware that there are many
things I should continue to learn,"
Matlock said. "I am satisfied with the
job the University is doing (in this area).
The University has done a lot, but there
is much more tobe done here and around
Shy agreed with Matlock's assess-
ment of the University's performance.
"I've been around for 35 years, and
there is a lot more effort being made
now than ever before," Shy said, "I
think the University is doing very
For some students, however, the
University's present efforts are not
enough. "The University tries really
hard and makes options open," Foster
said. "But, basically, it's (left) for the
African American population to do
Seeking enthusiastic & dependable
individuals for the following positions:
*Banquet Servers & Set-up
llent benefits & wages offered.
se a ly in person at CAMPUS INN
E. Huron (at Huron & State).
COMPUTER RENAISSANCE is hiring
full-time/part-time Computer Consultants &
Technicians for its Ann Arbor retail store.
Hourly salary, benefits, bonus. Call 3131994-
1030 or fax resume to 313/994-1304.
TEACHERS NEEDED in South Korea
immediately. Bachelor's required. No fees.
Contact us at English Teacher Recruiting
Service, 9011-2 George Avenue, Berrien
Springs, MI. 49103-1620, or 616/473-2129.
COOL SUMMER JOBS! Students Needed!
to $12/hr. + tips working at Resort
Is, Theme Parks, Ranches & River Raft-
ing companies nationwide. Call Resort
Employment Services 1-206/971-3600 ext.
COUNSELORS - ACTIVITY LEADERS
CAMP STARLIGHT has good positions for
outgoing, enthusiastic M/F (20+) as cabin/
unit leaders & coaches in Baseball,
Basketball, Tennis, Roller Hockey, Lacrosse,
Lifeguarding, Sailing, Canoeing, Water
Skiing, Camping, Dance, Elem. Ed., Ropes
urse & Nature. Leading Coed camp in mts.
WA. Warm, friendly atmosphere, extensive
facilities. Field workltermships encouraged.
6/20 - 8/19. For applications/on campus
interview, call 800-223-5737.
COUNSELORS FOR co-ed N.E. PA, over-
niht Jewish Federation camp-3 hrs. from
NC-General, Sports, H2O, & Arts. 1-800-
DAYCARE HOME LOOKING for aides,
hours needed: Mon. -Wed. 8:30-5:30 .6/hr.
TEACH ENGLISH ABROAD - Make up to
$25-$45/hr. teaching basic conversational
English abroad. Japan, Taiwan, and S. Korea.
Many employers provide room & board +
other benefits. No teaching background or
Asian languages required. For more infor-
mation call: 206/971-3570 ext. J55984.
TEACHERS FOR developmental programs
in swim and Gymnastics needed. Weekday &
weekend hours avail. Classes begin 2/03/96.
Call immed.: 994-2300 ext. 233. AAPS Com-
munity Ed. & Rec.
UM WOMENS LACROSSE coach needed.
Practice 2 nights/wk. 4 wknd. Tournaments.
Contact Kate at 332-4766.
UNION ORGANIZER: Half-time (20 hrs./
wk.) temporary appt. to start Feb. 1st or as
soon as possible to help out during contract
negotiation period. Initial period of employ-
ment Feb., extendable month by month dep.
on need. Excellent interpersonal skills &
written comm. skills and a willingness to
work flexible hours req. Organizing
experience, demonstrable commitment to the
labor movement, word-processing, and
familiarity with a university setting and
graduate student concerns highly desirable.
Salary c. $1,200/month + benefits.
Resume and cover letter to Graduate
Employees Organization, 527 E. Liberty St.,
Suite 205, Ann Arbor, MI 48104-2242 by
January 26th. Phone: 313/995-0221, Fax:
995-0458, job description available on
UNIVERSITY CATERING. The Educated
Palate now hiring waitstaff. Flexible hours.
Great money. Call Petey @ 763-0352.
UNIVERSITY LIBRARY-Interested in
working in the library? Positions available in
the Graduate, Medical, Science, Engineering,
Undergraduate, and other campus libraries.
Mainly daytime hours available but there are
flexible shifts and a variety of tasks. If
interested, please come apply at Library
Human Resources, 404 Hatcher North. EOE.
WINTER EXPANSION- Flex. hrs., full/
part-time, eam $10-I1 starting. Good advan-
cement opportunity, training provided, ideal
for students. Call 971-6122.
WOMEN WANTED for taste study. 20-65
yrs., n-smkr., good health. Taste test & food
record req. Call 313/747-0216.
WORK STUDY students wanted for busy
cardiovascular research office. 10-15 hrs/wk.
Flexible hours, various duties. Call Lisa at
WORK STUDY STUDENTS: various
duties in the Medical Center. Call Liz at 936-
WORK STUDY STUDENTS are needed
for several office positions at Student
Publications. We're looking for a punctual,
energetic student for assisting with mail,
phones, filing, cash receipts and computer
skills. Various hours available. Pay $5.40 to
$6.25 per hour. Call 764-0550 for informa-
tion or apply at 210E Student Publications
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GROUP OF 6 need one more couple to
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Marc 30-April , 1996. Call 517/339-1658.
JAMES TAYLOR Tickets For Sae for
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SOUTH PADRE ISLAND- Spring break.
Why settle for a cramped hotel room?
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SPRING BREAK Bahamas $509, Cancun
$540, other destinations avail. Call Dan,
Regency Travel 665-6122,209 . State.
SPRING BREAK '96
With only 1 week to live-DON'T BLOW IT
Florida & Padre $109, Bahamas $359, Can-
Organize a group-TRAVEL FREE!!
For free information packet:
Call SunSplash Tours 1-800/426-7710.
SPRING BREAK Panama City Florida from
$99 per person per week. Tiki beach bar,
hue beachside hot tub. Free info 1-800/488-
SPRING BREAK time: Cancun, Jamaica or
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JEWISH STUDENTS!! Amazing oppor-
tunity to attend national conference on public
policy in St. Louis, Feb. il1-13. Learn about
political activism, community service. Fund-
ing available. Deadline soon. Call Mami at
Hillel, 769-0500, for more info.
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed.
ANXIOUS APPROVED adoptive couple
seeks birth mother considering adoption. Ca
Dan or Julia, 810/786-0213.
DATELINE Alone? Are you tired of it? You
can meet your special someone the fun &
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