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Engler's

MONEY FOR COLLEGE available, you
are eligible. Recorded message 24 hours.
973-8719 Techlink Systems.
NEED A FRIEND? If you're pregnant, it's
NOT the end of the world. At Bethany Chris-
tian Services, we can help turn your crisis
nto a plan YOU can live with. FREE coun-
*ng and assistance. To explore your
options, call Cheryl or Debbie at 810/58&-
9400 or toll-free 1800-BETHANY We
list en! World Wide Web: http://
www.bethany.org/ and Internet Email:
info@bethany.org
QUALITY PSYCHOTHERAPY &
psychological assessment for flexible fees.
udith Horvath, M.S. 747-6716.
RESUME SERVICE: Fast, friendly, profes-
sional & accurate. Grade A Notes at Jrich's
Bookstore, Second Floor, 549 E. University
Ave., 741-9669.
THESIS EDITING by experienced
essional. Language, organization, format.
:-0566.
TYPING & WRITING
Resumes, cover letters, applications &
essays. Ann Arbor Typing 994-5515.
VCR - TV - AUDIO SERVICE
Immediate attention, pick-up & delivery
available... Rentals of big screen TVs,
camcorders, TVs and sound equipments. Ask
about our used equipments inventory. 215
South Ashley (1/2 block north of Liberty St.
down town Ann Arbor) Telephone: 668-7942
or 769-0342.

CAMPUS INN
Seeking enthusiastic & dependable
individuals for the following positions:
*Waitstaff
*Bussers
*Bartenders
*Banquet Servers & Set-up
Excellent benefits & wages offered.
Please a ly in person at CAMPUS INN
61 . uron (a Huron & State)

CASHIER for N. Campus service
station.Mon.-Thur., 3:30-10 p.m. 663-6019.

Y%
$ CRUISE SHIPS hiring! Students needed!
$$$+free travel (Caribbean, Europe, Hawaii!)
Seasonal/permanent, no exp. nec. Guide 919/
929-4398 xrt ('1010

$1750 WEEKLY possible mailing our
circulars. For info. call 202/393-7723.
$3000+/MO. students wntd. to promote new
product from France. Gali 764-1645.
$35,000/YR. INCOME potential. Reading
books. Toll Free (1) 800-898-9778 Ext. R-
1864 for details.
$40,000/YR. INCOME potential. Home
Typists/PC users. Toll Free (1) 800-898-9778
Ext. T-1864 for listings.
***FREE TRIPS & CASH!***
d out how hundreds of students are
'Vady earning FREE TRIPS and LOTS OF
CASH with America's #1 Spring Break
company! Sell only 15 trips and travel free!
Choose Cancun, Bahamas, Mazatlan, or
Florida. CALL NOW! TAKE A BREAK
STUDENT TRAVEL 800195-BREAK!
1 OR MORE female (pref. grad) students
wanted to help out at my house with home
and office duties. Flex. hrs. own car. $6.50-
$8.50/hr. 665-3226 anytime.
I WORK STUDY JOB, English De t., a.m.
only, office work, $6/hr. Call Jody 764-6330.
SPECIAL GIFT- We're looking for heal-
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.
ACCOUNTANT- Full charge for real estate,
property management, mortgage loan and
light construction multi-company firm. Hand-
les all aspects from banking, pay-roll, escrow
accounting, & multi-level general ledger thru
trial balance & tax reporting. Bachelors in
Accounting or equivalent plus at least five
years exp. required. Must be fluent in
Microsoft Works for Windows, spreadsheets,
databases, & both manual & computerized
-counting systems. 761-2470 for appt. or
resume to 994-0624.
ALASKA STUDENT JOBS! Great $$$!
Thousands of jobs avail. Male/Female. Rm./
board/trans. often provided. Great adventure.
Guide 9191933-0188 ext. A1010.
ALL SHIFTS AVAILABLE Last semester
our employees earned $6.50/hr. This year
we're planning a cruise to the Caribbean.
Apply at Subway N. campus- 1701 Plymouth
Rd.
ANN ARBOR'S PREMIER HOTEL
Now Seeking
ONT DESK CLERK
*NIGHT AUDITOR
*VALET
WE ARE LOOKING FOR HAPPY,
DEPENDABLE, ENERGETIC, LOYAL
PEOPLE TO JOIN OUR TOP-NOTCH
SERVICE TEAM. WE OFFER
EXCELLENT WAGES AND BENEFITS.
APPLY IN PERSON AT:
THE CAMPUS INN
615 E. HURON
CORNER OF STATE AND HURON
APPLY NOW! Summer grounds/main-
tenance help needed for work beginning in
May. Locations could include A2, Ypsi, W.
Bloomfield & Farmington areas. Apply in
person to Triad Management. 339, E. Liberty
Suite 300, A2.
ATHLETIC, POISED men and women for
semi-private country club in town. Hiring for
pool, 9-hole course, Pro shop and parties.
Flexible and fun summer awaits you! 313/
769-5912 or 971-5500.
AVON REPS NEEDED on campus today.
Kelly 1-800/484-8040 ext. 5138.
BAKERY DELIVERY- early early a.m. The
Moveable Feast. Apply in pon Mon.-Fri.
3-5 or call Cheryl 747-67 40 for further
information.

COMPUTER RENAISSANCE is hiring
full-time/part-time Computer Consultants &
Technicians for its Ann Arbor retail store.
Hourly salary, benefits, bonus. Call 313/994-
1030 or fax resume to 3131994-1304.
CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH
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 Neededl
Earn to $12/hr. + tips working at Resort
Hotels, Theme Parks, Ranhes & River Raft-
ing companies nationwide. CallvResort
Em loynt Services 1-206/971-3600 ext.
R55982.
COUNSELORS FOR co-ed N.E. PA, over-
night Jewish Federation camp-3 hrs. from
NYC-General, Sports, H20, & Arts. 1-800-
973-3866. Poyntellix.netcomn.com
DAYCARE NEEDS HELP w/kids, pet care,
deep cleaning, organizing, skills w/Mac, day/
eve., wknds. $6-$8/hr. 996-4847.
DIRECT CARE WORKERS full & part-
time positions available to work with
developmentally disabled adults. Competi-
tive wages & excellent benefits provided.
High school diploma/GED & valid Michigan
driver's license required. Call 313/665-1152.
EOE.
DO YOU LOVE YOUR JOB? Make
enough money? IF NOT, call for work at
home info. 810/988-6752.
DOMINO'S PIZZA has an exciting, new
full-time position available in the A2 area. If
you enjoy working with people in the com-
munity and a fast-paced environment, then
we may have what you are looking for. To
interview, call Jim Gwynn 313/930-3369.
E.O.E.
FUNDRAISER MOTIVATED groups
needed to earn $500+ promoting AT&T,
Discover, gas & retail cards. Since 1969
we've helped thousands of groups raise the
money they need. Call Gina at 800/592-2121
ext. 198. Free CD to qualified callers.
GET GREAT EXPERIENCE working with
and educating children in group day care.
Need own car Part-time or Full-time. Call
Angela at 663-4067.
HAVE A GREAT SUMMER experience!
CAMP CANADENSIS, an excellent residen-
tial coed summer camp is looking for caring
counselors who love children. We need coun-
selors to help teach: baseball, basketball,
tennis, soccer, climbing wall, ropes course,
motorcycles, mountain bikes, water-skiing,
jet-skiing, sailing, dance, drama, arts &
crafts, newspaper & yearbook, radio station,
video, and much more. Summer season is 6-
19-96 thru 8-16-96. Call 800/832-8228 for
information and an application.
HOUSEKEEPER- part-time, flexible hrs.,
15-20 hrs. pper week, reliable, non-smoker.
Call 994-05 0.
LIVE LIKE A GYPSY, make out like a
bandit. Average U of M Summer income
$8300. All majors. Call Dirk 665-7119.
MACKINAC ISLAND Resort Hotel seeking
summer staff-front desk, night audit, dining
rm., kitch., maintenance, sec. &
housekeeping. Contact Marti Winkel, Iro-
quois Hotel Winter Office 669-8091.
MACKINAC STATE HISTORIC PARKS
is now accepting applications for Seasonal
Interpretive Jobs at Mackinac Island and
Mackinaw City. We have openings for Tour
Guides, Historic House Interpreters,
Naturalists, and Musicians (Fiddlers,
Drummers, Buglers, and Fifers). June 9 -
Labor Da y.$6.25 per hour. Housing
available. Request an application from our
Personnel Office at 616/436-7301 by
February 10.
.MICHIGAN TELEFUND is accepting
apps. for Winter '96. $6-9/hr. for talking on
the phone. Fun, friendly environment. Speak
with Alumni, raise money, build your resume
& in trpersonal comm. skills. Stop by 611
Church St. #304 or call 998-7420 for more
info.
NATIONAL PARKS HIRING - Positions
are now available at National Parks, Forests
& Wildlife Preserves. Excellent benefits +
bonuses! Call: 1-206971-3620 ext. N55983.
NEED A JOB with flexible hrs.? Full & part-
time positions available at the Pizza store in
the D ino's world headquarter. Flexible
hrs., meal allowance, membership to eam on-
site health club. Health benefits available.
Call 930-3630 Monday through Friday
before 11a.m. or after 2p.m. for more info.
NOW SELECTING KEY PLAYERS
FOR ANN ARBOR'S
#1 SERVICE TEAM
'CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST HOST/
HOSTESS: Ideal part-time position for an
early riser.
*WEEKEND AUDIT: Ideal part-time
position for a night person, every Fnday and
*VAL

Our upscale downtown hotel is seeking
dependable, loyal, and detail oriented
individuals. We offer excellent wages and a
friendly work environment. We offer M-Care
health insurance, a dental program, and a
retirement program to full-time employees.
Please aply at The Belltower Hotel, 300 S.
Thayer (on UM campus).
OFFICE ASST. NEEDED - immediate,
part-time position. Some math skills needed.
Will train. Good pay & flexible hours. Call
995-0581.
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.

PENNSYLVANIA COED children's over-
night camps seeks staff. Swim, crafts, radio,
golf, nature, sailing, tennis, sports, archery &
general. Call 610/941-0128 for application or
write Mark Glaser, 16 Gum Tree Lane,
Lafayene Hill, PA 19444.
POSTAL & Government jobs $21/hr. +
benefits. No experience. Will train. Call 313/
913-5082.
PREMIERE BROTHER-SISTER CAMPS
IN MASSACHUSETTS
Counselor positions for talented and ener-
getic students as Program Specialists in all
Team Sports, especially Baseball, Roller
Hockey, Gymnastics, Field Hockey, Soccer,
Volleyball; 30 Tennis openings; also Golf,
Archery, Riflery, Pioneering/Overnight
Camping, Ropes and Rock Climbing,
Weights/Fitness and Cycling; other openings
include Performing Arts, Fine Arts, Figure
Skating, Newspaper, Photography,
Yearbook, Radio Station, Cooking, Sewing,
and Rocketry; All Waterfront/Pool Activities
(Swimmnin, Skiing, Sailing, Windsurfing,
Canoeing/Kayaking). Top salaries, room,
board and travel. June 18th-August 17th.
In ire:
MAH-KEE-NAC (ys): 1-800/753-9118
DANBEE (Girls): 1-800/392-3752
SECURITY GUARDS NEEDED for U of
M campus. Part & full-time available w/
flexible schedule. Apply @ State Security
Services 525 Church. 668-0444. EOE.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED, 0 negative.
For this blood type, $120 is paid per accep-
table donation . Wte APRL, P.O ox 74,
Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for an infer-
tility clinic. Male students or grads. 20-40
yrs. old are sought. Donors are paid $60 per
accetable donation. Write APRL, P.O. Box
2674, Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
SENIORS-- Graduating soon and don't have
a job lined up? Upsizing national marketing
firm seeks management trainees. Contact
Jacob at 973-7456.
SOC. STUDENT seeking people from
mixed facial backgrounds. If you are/have
been a UM student, & have parents of dif-
ferent races, I'd like to interview you. Inter-
views are confidential and will last about 1
hour. Call Brad @ 213-0560 or email
bradjh@urnich.edu
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-
rigation 1-800/361-4074.
SUMMER CAMP JOBS. Leadership posi-
tions with excellent salaries: general coun-
selors for male groups, water safety
instructors, lifeguards, fishing, archery. Call
2011994-3897. 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
for application.

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
Bldg.
WORK STUDY student wanted for general
duties in pulmonary research lab at the VA.
Call 769-7100 ext. 4077.
WORK-STUDY student urgently needed at
Center for South & Southeast Asian Studies
for office and program assistance; good pay.
C'-ll Gina at 71 352

I '

YOUNG ENTRE
$2250 in 2 weeks
Looking for three=
Contact Jacob at 9'

SJ..
EPRENEURS- I made
in business for myself.
students to do the same.
73-7456.
child care_

rU

Ihe 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
and effort.
For more information please
call (313) 936-4070
Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.
to 5:00 p. m.
. oUnersity of Michigan
---== Medical Center

CHILD CARE for 6 and 4 year-old and
baby, housekeeping, Idry., simple meals. 3-8
p.m. M-F, a.m. hours in May. Must drive n-
smkr. 1 yr. min. 996-4136.
CHILD CARE NEEDED NE of Ann Arbor,
for 8 & 11 yr. old 2:30-7:30 p.m. Tues.,
Wed., Thurs., & occasional. Must have own
trans. & be a non-smoker. Liking for Golden
Retriever & a cat a plus. 996-0593 after 7.
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.
LIVE-IN NANNY free room & board. Care
for 8 yr. old boy 7-9 a.m. & 3:30-9 p.m.
Mon.-Fri. Trans. nec. Good pay & benefits.
Great opportunity. 761-2275.
NIGHTTIME CHILD CARE in my home
for 9 yr. old. 3 nights a week. Need car &
references. Darlene at 475-6436.
PART-TIME CHILD care needed for 2
great twin 4 yr. old boys. Late aftemoon &
evening hours. Own car. Please call 663-
6338.
* SPRING BREAK 96 Jamaica, Cancun,
Bahamas, Florida. Lowest prices around!
Call now to reserve your spot. Josh @ 995-
2256 or Kim @332-7863!
2 TICKETS to Michigan/Purdue B-ball
desperately wanted $$$ 313/213-5963.
AAAA! CANCUN & Jamaica Spring Break
specials! 111% lowest price guarantee! 7
nights, air, hotel from $4291 Save $100 on
food/drinks!
1-800/678-6386.
AAAA! SPRING BREAK Bahamas Party
Cruise! 7 days $279! Incl. 15 meals & 6 free
parties! Great beaches/night life! Leaves
from Fort Lauderdale! http://
www.springbreaktravel.com 1-800/678-
6386.
AAAA! SPRING BREAK! Panama City! 8
days room with kitchen. $119! Walk to best
bars! 7 nights in Key West $259! Cocoa
Beach Ihiton (Great beaches/near Disney).
$169! Daytona $139! 1-800/678-6386.
http//www.tuksabhrakcoWM
1-800-95-BREAK
TAKE A BREAK STUDIT TRAVEL
fl . nN y lMjan jit htc Cattr, Tb fkc t~er
ATTENTION SPRING BREAKERS!
Book Now! Jamaica/Cancun/Bahamas $399,
Florida $129. Organize Groups & Go Free.
Endless Summer Tours 1-800234-7007.
COZY WINTER HIDEAWAY Log cabins
$54-75 nightly. Incl. outdoor hot tub & ski
trails. Traverse City 616/276-9502.
DESPERATELY NEED 2 tix to UM-In-
diana game Feb. 18. Call Beth 219/234-3120.
GROUP OF 6 need one more couple to
complete sailing party on 42 foot Catamaran,
March 30-April , 1996. Call 517/339-1658.
SKI JACKSON HOLE-Spring Break, incl.
everything, $599. Call Andy @ 665-7893.
SPRING BREAK Bahamas $509, Cancun
$540, other destinations avail. Call Dan,
Regency Travel 665-6122, 209 s. State.
*vm
Cwi~w'v i &7 %3 - w- '

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PER PERSON DEPENDfING 014 DESTINATION I BREAK DATES I LENGTH OF STAY.

$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.
FEMALE INCEST SURVIVORS, 18 or
older, needed for doctoral study. Must be in
individual and/or group therapy. 2
questionnaires, take about 1 hr. Confidential.
Pays $15. Elaine Bieber 1-800/484-1304,
after tone enter 3849.
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.
F55984.
WANTED APPLICANTS FOR 1996
Michigan Honey Queen Pageant at Michigan
State University. 3/8/96 ages 17-21, prizes,
$500, & a trip to Norfork VA. to compete for
National Hloney Queen. Call Judy Schmaltz
810/627-4556.
r oommates
FEMALE GRAD to share 2 bdrm. apt. $295,
no smoking, pets. 665-5359.
SUBLET AVAIL. 2/1-Kerrytown. W/
graduate students. Parking. Laundry. Quiet.
Thru Aug. $325+util. 747-8640.

AIRLINE CONSOLIDATORS OUTL.ET
BULK BUYERS'
BEST RATES
STA SRAVE: 663-4400
WORLDWIDE LOW FARES Euro-rail
passes 665-6122.

STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
Continental $159 or $239. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Arlene at
Regency Travel, 209 S. State, 665-6122.

~ ~

HERB DAVID GUITAR Studio 302 E.
Liberty, 665-8001. Instruments, instruments,
books, books, books. Not just gutar'
NEEDED: BASSIST & drummer to play w/
key boardist & guitarist. For more info.
please call 996-5867.
anouncj nt

plan gets.
dism al
response,
LANSING (AP) - Claiming that
Michigan owns enough recreation land
already, members ofGov. John Engler's
administration yesterday proposed shift-
ing $25 million from land purchases
into pollution cleanup.
Environmentalists immediately
blasted tapping into the special fund
earmarked for recreational land pur-
chases and predicted a short life for the
idea.
"I think it's dead on arrival," said
Carol Misseldine, executive director of
the Michigan Environmental Council.
"There doesn't seem to be any legis-
lative support for this proposal."
Engler' sfellow Republicans were
less blunt but still pessimistic about the
proposal, which would need voter ap-
proval.
"I think it's very tough," said Rep.
Bill Bobier (R-Hesperia), chair of the
House budget subcommittee on natural
resources.
House Speaker Paul Hillegonds (R-
Holland) said Republicans are looking
for an alternative that would not shift
money out of the Natural Resources
Trust Fund.
The fund receives about $33 million.
ayear from royalties from the sale of oil
and gas on state lands. A 1994 voter-
approved constitutional amendment
specifies that the money is reserved for
buying land. Voters would have to ap-
prove any change at a general election.
The money would be a big chunk of
an $82 million-a-year plan for clean-
ing up polluted sites. Other major
sources include $30 million from the
state general fund and $20 million fo
the next few years from unclaimed
deposits on soft drink and other con-
tainers.
One of the architects of the plan pre-
dicted voters can be persuaded that the
state should spend less money on buy-
ing land.
Dennis Schornack, special adviser to
the governor, said the state and federal
governments together own more land
in Michigan than in any other state east
of the Mississippi River.
"We believe that given the chance to
choose between buying up even more
state land or cleaning up sites of envi-
ronmental contamination, that the
people of Michigan will choose cleanup
over buy-up," he said.
But Schornack called the proposal
"the starting line, not the bottom line"
and said the administration was open to
other proposals.
The $82 million program would pay
for cleanups at poluted sites where
those responsible for the pollution can-
not be located.
It would also finance the state's 10-
percent match for federally funded
Superfund site cleanups, loans to mu-
nicipalities for landfill cleanups and
responses to critical threats to health or
environment.
Other funds would go to cleaning up
leaking underground storage tanks and
helping local governments with demo-
lition and other costs in converting pol-
luted urban sites to new uses.
Some cleanup costs had been funded
out of a 1988 voter-approved bond is-
sue, but that program is down to its last

$40 million.
At $82 million a year, Department of
Environmental Quality Director Russell
Harding estimated cleaning up all pol-
luted sites in the state would take 20 to
40 years.
Schornack and Harding touted the
proposal as a way to clean up many
polluted urban sites without raising taxes
or increasing the state's debt through
bonding.
Misseldine criticized the proposal for
failing to put more of the cleanup cost
directly on industry.
Rich Studley, spokesperson for the
Michigan Chamber of Commerce, said
industries are contributing through the
$30 million general fund money in-
cluded in the proposal and are spending
their own money to comply with state
and federal environmental regulations
every day.
Anne Woiwode, executive director
of the Mackinac chapter of the Sierra
Club, said much of the need for the
proposal was created by watering down
the state's polluter pay law.
"They've created a situation where
the money is needed and now they're
not going to be able to get the money,"
she said.

TIOS SELLS TRINIDAD Ilabenero sauce.
Winner three years in a row as the best hot
sauce in Norh America. 333 E. luron.
We Deliver! 761-6650.
Personal
ADOPTION: Happily marned 11 years.
Help us fulfill our dreams. Will provide a
lovingsstable & secure home for an infant.
Call our attomey, Vanessa Zecher Cain 1-
800/418-9999 (A663).
DATELINE Alone? Are you tired of it? You
can meet your special someone the fun &
easy way. Now! Meet singles in your area!!
Call now! 1/900/656-2600 ext. 7330. $2.99
per min., 18+. Serv-u. 619/645-8434.
6. 0
FISH DOCTOR'S. Everything for your
aquarium! Next to Putt-Putt Golf on
Washtenaw. 434-1030.

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.
THE YOUNG WOMEN'S HEALTH
PROJECT
University of Michigan Medical Center
SOPHOMOR E WOMEN
The Young Women's Health Project is
conducting an ongoing, federally-funded
study of nutrition and its impact on menstrual
function. Subjects are needed who have
experienced or are regularly engaged in any
of the following behaviors:
* binge eating
* intense dieting or fasting
* vomiting or other types of purging
If interested, and you are a sophomore
woman, you may be eligible to participate.
For further info, please contact Dma Pasalis,
Project Coordinator at 936-4867. All subjects
will be paid up to $265 on'"completion of
their participation in this research project.
TIMBER LAKE/TYLER HILL CAMPS
Top NY & PA resident camps have over 200
summer job openings. Counselors, WSI,
Arts, Athletics Specialists and more!! BEST
SALARIES and travel allowance plus "the
finest summer you'll ever have."
Interviews February 12th in the Michigan
League Room C from 12-7. Call 800/828-
CAMP (9-5 weekdays EST) for an
appointment.
TURKISH TRANSLATOR to English
needed to translate a document. 810/373-
0053.
UNIVERSITY CATERING. The Educated
Palate now hiring waitstaff. Flexible hours.
Great money. Call Petey @ 763-0352.
VIDEOTAPER $10-12/hr. + travel=
reimbursement. Own trans. needed. Inquiries
- skipwils@umich.edu or 747-2907.

BUS PEOPLE needed for sororityI $4.00/
hour, plus both lunchtime and evening meals.
Call 995-0748.

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 mel. Rochester, Utica,
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