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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 17, 1996 - 7AI

MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS! Color SEMEN
Works is currently recruitingon campus for a SEMEN
limited number of summer 97 management tiy clin
positions. Glain hands on experience in yrs. old an
managing a business in your hometown. p- acceptabl
portunities available in Grand Rapids, 2674. An
alamazoo, Lansing, Ann Arbor, Traver-.
city, Detroit Suburbs, and other areas. SERVIC
Itsumrner's average earnings $6485. To
speak to a campus representative call 800/ America's
477-1001. looking
MOTIVATED & conscientious individual motivate
who is able to perform duties with minimal positions.
supervision. Assist w/ lab procedures & frequent
experiments. Wash & sterilize glassware & work arou
prepare instruments for use in sterile Arbor loca
procedures. Contact Thanku @ 764-2578. 6601.
NOW HIRING PART-TIME office asst. for
Fall term no experience necessary gre at STUDEN
hours & pay - super job for B-school students .Martha C
995.0100. .Ability t
. R FIRM is looking for individuals who delivery f
t to gain hands on management exp. next order she
summer. Earn $6,000 to $10,000 per Rotates s
summer. Positions available throughout a wllae &
Michigan including: Rochester, Utica, Troy, w
Farmington, Bloomfield, Novi, Livonia,
Flint, Grand Rapids, Muskegon and many Will C
more. 1-800/887-1960.
PART TIME line cooks. Great pay & work- SUBSTIT
ing conditions. Free meals. Apply at Old an hr., ex
Town Tavern 122 W. Liberty. Packard,
T-SHIRTI
RETAIL SALES hrs. per
Discount Tire Co., Inc. sals. penqw
ASSISTANT MANAGER TRAINEES sale. Inq
*ion's largest independent tire dealer is call Carla
looking for dependable, friendly people with TELEM
excellent customer service skills, $25K plus company
to start. Excellent benefit package, 401K plan positions
& profit sharing, great career potential if you flexible h
have a smiling face and don't mind a For more
physically demanding work load. Retail & 543-3792.
management experience a plus. Call 313/ TELEM
769-2158. wk. No S
SALES THE CO
now hirin
Seeking motivated, enthusiastic individual Flexible h
for sales position in multi-line insurance 7535.
agency located in the Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti THE PA
Ms. Prior sales experience and knowledge hiring ex
'nsurance preferred but not required. Com- dinner A
pensation plan includes salary, commission, THE PRC
and bonuses. Training provided. Opportunity great peop
for advancement. Send resumes to Allstate of Vino l
Insurance; Attn: Crystal Nixon; 2121 Univer- ness to wo
sity Park Drive, Suite 120; Okemos, MI schedules
48864. Training
SCOREKEEPERS- Ann Arbor's premiere wages $
s s bar has immediate opening for wait & experien
oor staff-No experience necessary. For benefits p
position in fun atmosphere with flexible The Prod
hours submit applications to Eric at 310 Plymouth
Maynard. The Plvm
Your TURN O.K. 1..2... 3... , DAMN!
TLiNOIS AVENUE.. BE IN E
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You OWE ME
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COLLEGE OF ENGINEE
Thursday October 17 #
Saturday October 19
Contact: Linda Rider
SCHOOL OF B3USINES%
A-MIN-)TRATION
Friday October 18 an
Saturday October 19
Contact: Mary L. Perr

Phone: 763.5775
COLLEGE OF PHARMA
For the Classes of 19
1966, 1971,1976,195
Friday October 15 an
Saturday October 19
Contact: The College
.......: .~o In iiegc evet'i7e may noJ
Loo k fo r m o re ev
& ecic info t
in the Michigan

DONORS NEEDED for an infer-
ic. Male students or grads. 20-40
re sought. Donors are paid $60 per
e donation. Write APRL, P.O. Box
n Arbor. MI 48106.
CE TECHNICIANS WANTED
largest independent tire dealer is
for dependable, friendly and
d people for tire technician
Excellent starting wages and
raises available. Flexible hours to
nd any school schedule. Three Ann
ations: 971-3400, 769-2158 or 482-
T STOCKEEPER
.ook Building
o lift 50 pounds. Accepts daily
rom driver. Checks invoices against
ets. Puts stock in designated areas.
tock to ensure freshness. Maintains
sanitary work area. Initial training
rovided.
bon.-Fri., 9-11 A.M., $7/hr.
Call Kathy at 763-2085.
onsider 2 students to share hours).
TUTE TEACHERS wanted, $5.50
p.p ref. Perry Nursery School, 3770
677-8130 EOE.
BUZZ sales rep. needed. 10-40
meek, you set schedule. Commission
uire at http:www.tshirtbuzz.com or
1800/756-7598.
ARKETERS needed no sales. Our
is currently looking to fill part-time
in the evening. Earn $8/hr. w/
rs. Positions available immediately.
information call Jason Hill @ 800/
ARKETING Eve. $7/hr. 10+ hrs./
elling! Call Allan 996-1107.
MMONS CAFE on North Campus
ig bussers, servers and cashiers.
ours, great money. Call Tim at 764-
RTHENON RESTAURANT now
perienced wait staff for lunch and
pply personally 226 S. Main St.
;ODUCE STATION is looking for
ple to work for us at our Merchant
ocation. All you need is the willing-
ork hard & a positive outlook. Flex.
. Early morning & eve. shifts avail.
will be provided. Competitive
6-$8/hr. starting depending upon
ce. Employee discount & some
rovided. Contact Jeff Huffman @
duce Station. 761-1600, or 2789
Rd inside the Merchant of Vino @
outh Mall.

THREE UNDERGRAD work study ap-
proved students needed for Grad School
Office. 10 hrs. per week, mornings preferred,
$7.00 per hr. Attention to detail a must, data
entry, maintain files, assist staff and walk-in
grad students. Call Sandra Miller at 764-
8119:.
UNIVERSITY CATERING waitstaff
needed. Early mornings a must. Flexible
hours. Great money, full or part-time. Apply
in person at the Pierpont Commons Catering
Office, North Campus, 2101 Bonisteel, be-
tween 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
WANTED INTERNS for screen writing.
Must have portfolio. Contact Richard at
Jeanie Productions Inc. 313/535-6373.
WORK STUDY WEB JOB
Premier organ transplantation web site
(www.transweb.org) needs help with all
aspects of web publishing. Great experience.
$8/hr., 998-7314, transweb@umich.edu.
Must have work study funds.
child care
CHILD CARE Energetic exp. non-smoker
needed for 2 children in NE Ann Arbor. 2 - 5
afternoons per week. Excellent pay, ref. req.
994-9443.
--tickets & travel

FOR SALE: Northwest flight voucher
valued at $400. Good through 9/15/97. Mark
741-4902.
I NEED 2 TIX. for the Oct. 19 game vs.
Indiana. Please call Jen 764-2690.
MSU TICKETS NEEDED for Nov. 2 game.
Call 764-0734.
NEED 2 TICKETS for U of M/Penn State
game. Call Audrey 669-0491.
NEED 2 TIX. for MSU game, Nov. 2. Desire
great seats. Will offer best price. 212/983-
9200 day, 212/883-0987 eve.
NEED 3 TIX. for U of M/MSU football
game, Nov. 2. Call Greg at 662-7349.
PRIME TICKET SERVICE Visa/MC/
AMEX/ $$ buy/sell all
Michigan*Lions*Wings*Amos* Boss*Phant-
om. 800/500-8497.
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food & ente!

HERB DAVID GUITAR Studio 302 Ei.
Liberty, 665-8001. Lessons lessons lessons.
Repair repair repair. Not just guitar.

LEARN PIANO! All ages, levels.
Experienced, accomplished! Call 213-0739.

VIOLIN LESSONS beginner - advanced.
Call 481-1012. $20/lesson.
>&ano u"ceMens

COME VISIT REEFER CITY
www.reefercity.com
EXPERIENCED CHESS players needed to
work at Michigan's only full-time chess store
and studio. Drop by at Adventures in Chess,
220 S. Main (near Liberty) or call John at
665-0612. --

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TIOS DELIVERS Ann Arbor's best
Mexican style food. Call 761-6650.
Tios Mexican Restaurant
333 E. Huron.
persoona
ADDITIONAL COMPENSATION for.
ideal candidate. Loving Michigan co'uple
seek responsible, anonymous young women;
for egg donation. Ideal candidate wouldbi
white, approx. 20-28 years old, approx; 5'2%
5'10", healthy and intelligent. Prefer athletic,,
medium to thin build, with medium to light
hair and fair complexion. If you are incha~d
to make dreams come true contact .
Knight at Ann Arbor Reproductive Medicir
Assoc. Clark Rd. Ypsilanti, MI. 313/4.3
4766. Donation is for couple "DOPBTY".
ADOPT Loving mom & dad w/3 yr. old lite
girl wish to share their hearts & home"
newborn. Lots of love, happiness & securi.
Expenses pd. Call Debby & Larry 1-800/989
2246.
ADOPTION-U of M alum & her husbaT
would like to welcome a newborn into their"
loving home. Please call Kitty & Alan at 800/
787-9050 or call Jan collect at 810/548-158R.
PREGNANT? -
Young couple seeking to adopt newboih'
baby. Lots of love from us and grandparents
is waiting for your baby. Expenses paid. If
you or a friend are choosing adoption, lease.
contact Mark & Michelle at 800/253:2. .
PREGNANT? Young couple wishing t
adopt newborn. Lots of Love from us &..
grandparents is waiting for your baby. Ex
penses paid. Eric & Lisa 800/831-7731.

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1 PAIR OF IU/UM football tickets. Great
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DIE HARD HOCKEY FAN needs UM
hockey tix. 2 season tixs or individual games.
Will pay top $$. 810-220-1725.

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ROMANTIC ESCAPE - Cozy log cabins,
$5475 nightly, incl. hot tub, canoes, & more.
Traverse City. 616/276-9502.
SPRING BREAK reps. wanted Acapulco
from $529, Cancun from $429.90, other des-
tinations avail. Call Dan at Regency Travel
665-6122. 209 S. State Street.
STAMOS FAMILY of travel. Call 663-
4400. Student Travel Breaks 663-4400. U-M
Faculty/Staff Special Line 663-5500.
STUDENT TICKETS needed: UM vs. IU,
MSU, PSU. 995-8792 please before 10 p.m.
STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
Continental $159 or $239. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Doris at
Regency Travel, 209 S. State, 665-6122.
WORLDWIDE LOW air fares. Reserve
your Christmas space early. Regency 'Travel
209 S. State St. 665-6122.

Are you still unsure of how to get home for
Thanksgiving or Winter Break? The
Michigan Daily can help you get home to
see Mom's smiling face. All you have to do
is place an ad in our special Homeward
Bound section to find someone headed your
way. It's cheaper, easier, and more fun
(plus more Earth-friendly) to carpool than to
drive alone or fly.
Here's the deal:
Sit's only $10 per ad. to be run November 8
in our special section.
SAds will be taken October 14-25.
* The deadline is October 25 at 4:00 p m.
How-to: Call us at 764-0557, stop by our,
office on the second floor of 420 Maynard St., or
look for us in the Fishbowl October 21-23.
- We take cash, local personal checks, Mastercard,
and Visa.
You'll find a ride
home (and make new
friends) in no time. _
Your family will
be so glad to -
see you!
FORMER MEMBERS of the UM Track &
Tennis facility... Join the Chippewa Club now
& save!! Call 434-61(X) for info.
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.
155982.
FREE PHONE CARD! Five minutes free,
call anywhere in the USA. Rechargeable at
$0.19/minute. To receive your card call 1-
800-283-1095.
MASTERING MEDITATION. A 3 week
study program offered free of charge by the
Sri Chimney Centre. 313/994-7114.

THE FISH DOCTOR
quanum sale!
10 gallon tank $7.99
29 gallon tank $25.99
50 gallon tank $39.99
Next to Putt-Putt Golf
1030.

on Washtenaw

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Friday October 1&
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Sponsored by: NAACP
Thursday October 17
Cobblestone Farms, 2781 Packard
10:00 pm
Contact: Loren McGhee 525.0540

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Saturday October 19
Tailgate at the Track & Tennis Building:
Featuring Bo Schembechler
10:00 am
Saturday October 19
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Thursday October 17I ht
Dedication of the Lurie Tower,
Music & Light show at 9:00 pm
Friday October 1&
Parade down S.University to S.State to
N.University to the Power Center
6:00 pm
Featuring Men's and

Mic igan2:a um
Kickoff 12:30 pm

"The night shines
in back & silver"
SSponsore by: The African
American Programming Task F
Saturday October 19
Power Center
5:00 pm -1:00 am

a b
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vents
o come
Daily.

Featuring: Hustle Contest
Ms. Jazzy Press & Mr. GQ Con
and much more!

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