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tinued from Page 1A
split over the Roe vs. Wade decision.
"Pm proud of where I stand," said Jacqueline DuBay, an
LSA first-year student. "I don't think people should be put in
the position to make that choice."
U.S. Rep. Lynn Rivers (D-Ann Arbor) said Capitol Hill is
continuing to support the pro-life stance.
"I think the Congress is very clear - they are an anti-
choice majority," Rivers said.
However, Rivers said banning abortion is completely "a
licial problem."
Rivers said laws that regulate abortion in the United States
and worldwide do not prevent abortion, but cause more phys-
ical harm than the legal procedure.

CRIME
Continued from Page 1A
to prison."
Rep. Paul Baade (D-Roosevelt Park)
has proposed a bill that would increase
the number of officers that patrol neigh-
borhoods. Under the legislation, the state
would provide 80 percent of the money
needed for officers, while the communi-
ty would provide the other 20 percent.
The past Republican Legislature and
Gov. John Engler did a satisfactory job
providing police protection, some
Republicans said.
"We have more state troopers than

LOCAL/STATE
we ever have before," said Engler
spokesperson John Truscott. "We've
already given them the tools to fight
crime."
Schroer, who supports Badde's legis-
lation, said Republicans are just jumping
on the Democrats' bandwagon.
"John Engler wasn't terribly support-
ive of community policing until Clinton
supported it and the Democrats pushed
it," Schroer said.
Rep. Martha Scott (D-Highland Park)
continues to urge the Legislature to pass
her package of bills, which is aimed at
ridding neighborhoods of drug houses.
The bill would allow residents to file

The Michigan Daily - Thursday, January 23, 1997 - 9AI

civil lawsuits against neighbors who
have been convicted of drug activity. It
also grants courts the power to close
buildings where drug dealing and usage
occurred.
"These bills give stiffer penalties,"
Scott said. "People are excited about it."
Scott said this bill is needed to con-
trol the spread of drug usage.
"I don't see what the Republicans
have done about it' Scott said.
The final piece of legislation is spon-
sored by Rep. Ilona Varga (D-Detroit)
and would make the formation of gangs
illegal. This bill would increase the
penalties for gang-related crimes.

BOMBS
Continued from Page IA e
"The American people will not tolerate your cowardly cru-
sade;' Gore said, rhetorically addressing the perpetrators;of
the recent bombings. "We Americans resolve our differences
with civilized discussion and spirited debate and elections
and constitutional processes, not with pipe bombs, hand
grenades and instruments of hate.
Gore brought the crowd of several hundred abortion-rights
activists to its feet when he shouted: "Let there be no doubt
we will find the terrorists who committed these horrible acts
of the last week and we will punish you to the fullest extent
of the law! We will not let you terrorize America's women!
We will not let you debase our Constitution! ... We will find
you!"

MONEY FOR COLLEGE We can help you
obtain funding. 1000's of awards avail. to all
students. Immed. qualification. Call 800/651-
3393.
PROFESSIONAL Word Processing.
Reots, resumes, banners & morel 439-
PROOFREADING SERVICES done mn my
home. Fast turnaround. Please call 769-5639
after4 p.m.
SIEAR IMPACT Hair Salon has a nail
an, Amy Finfrock, works Mon.-Sat.
548 Church St. above Stucchi's 662-
4232.
Write on...
Writing, editing & word processing
996-0566.

DELIVERY PERSON for important
documents. 10-15 hrs./wk.; knowledge of U-
M/EMU campuses helpful. Call Robyn at
996-1900.

$6.50"HR.! Now hiring for Fall/Winter posi-
s that are avail. throughout the school yr.
.. eve. hrs.-create own sched. Obtain
valuable computer & comm. skills while im-
pCiing stud. programs. Pd. Training. For
mio * icauons stop by Mich. Telefund,
611 Ch . Ste. 304 or call 998-7420.
** WORK STUDY Positions open at
Camer Planning & Placement. Contact Don-
naOa4 , 3200 S.A.B, 763-1363.
A PECIAL GIFT-We're looking for heal-
thy women between the ages 21-35 for egg
don' ton. All ethnic backgrounds are
encduraged. Fee paid. Send 'inquiries to
AMA. P.O. Box 2674. Ann Arbor, MI
ANN' ARBOR customer service consulting
fiiihirng part time positions. Great hands-
on opportu e a pidly growing
company. Call Colleen at 668-8148 ext. 103,
write.to ifo second-to-none.com or visit us
ofhe Web at www.second-to-none.com for
more dewals.
A ~EMPLOYMENT - Lam how st-
ve made $25-45/hr. teaching basic
ationa English in Japan, Taiwan, or
S Xores. Many employers provide room &
bt and/or other benefits. Call: 206-971-
o xt. J55982.
ENTION MICHIGAN STUDENTS
DJelo exansion, local branch of national
fin has 25-30 part-time openings. These
pI itions offer:k
I *Flex. schedules 10-30 hrs. per week
,*Scholarships/untemships
*$10.25 to start advancement possible
(il 971-6122 today
AVBRAGE Students in our program made
$6B81 last summer. Are you average? Sharp
stgdents who want to travel call 973-7443
f~n 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. for info.
C.E.NA.'s
Whitehall Healthcare Center
of Ann Arbor
Ale you an experienced C.E.N.A. who is
looking for a career opportunity? Then join
tli dedicated, caring ard professional team at
Witehall. We currently have full & part-time
positions available. Wages up to $8.50 per
hour with experience plus shift differentials.
Many benefits too: health, life, & dental
insurance and 401 (K) are just a few. For
more information or an interview call 313/
971-3230 or stop by 3370 Morgan Rd., Ann
-EOE.
LL 888/EURO-JOB! Live in Prague,
Budapest, Tokyo, etc. teaching simple con-
versational English. No language ching
experience req. Extension W189.
CHEMISTRY FULL-TIME undergraduate
research positions. Summer '97 at Hope
College, Holland, MI 49423. To apy, call
or write Dr. S. Taylor. 616/395-7637. Dead-
line Feb. 21.
COUNSELORS, Junior Counselors, WSI,
and Art Instructor needed for Jewish Com-
munity Center's, Raanana Day Camp. Head
Crselor pay is $1650. Call Craig Pollack at
W-0990 or further info.
COUNSELORS, COACHES: Outstanding
Maine girls 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 Accompanists, RN's, and
Video. Accent is on fun and quality
instruction. High sala plus travel
allowance. Send resume to p Pinecliffe,
277 South Cassingham Road, Columbus, OH
43209. E-mail: Pinecliffe@mns.com
UISE SHIP EMPLOYMENT - Travel
Sworld (Hawaii, Mexico, Caribbean) &
earn an excellent income in the Cruise &
Land-Tour Industry. For details, call 1-206-
971-3550 ext. C55983.
DATA ENTRY
Book and journal manufacturer seeks an ex-
perienced Data Entry Operator in their Infor-
mation Services department. Successful can-
didate will have at least a year of experience
along with a strong attention to detail. Job in-
volves gathering, entering, and verifying data
for processing. PC knowledge desirable.
Wght shift 12:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. Apply
aa'Irrsend resume to
Edward Brothers
25b0 S. State
Aryj Arbor MI 48106
EGE
DAYCARE NEEDS organizing, cooking,

CONGRESSIONAL
POSITIONS
Senate and House of
Representatives JOBS
Legislative, Press, and
Administrative Opportunities
average cal 5 min., must e
18 yrs. of age, touch-tone
phone required, Info-Source-
Boston, MA, 617-491-7824,
cost of call is $2.95/minute.
DIRECT CARE STAFF needed in group
home for homeless youth. Experience work-
ing with adolescents or a group home
preferred. $6-7fhr. Send resume to: Ozone
House, Attn: Mary Jo Callan, 608 N. Main,
Ann Arbor, 48104.
DO YOU LIKE TO TEACH?
The Princeton Review is hiring dynamic, fun
teachers in the Ann Arbor area. The pay is
great, and the hours are flexible. If you are
interested in teaching the SAT, ACT, GRE,
GMAT, LSAT, of MCAT, call Stephanie
Fong at 313-663-2163.
EARN $5000 WEEKLY. Free info. Call or
e-mail: 3131785-7779, jdallo@umich.edu
EARN $6-$/hr. Part-time flex. hours. Small
company looking to hire students for light in-
dustrial tasks. 7695640.
EASTERN EUROPE EMPLOYMENT -
Travel Eastern Europe by teaching basic con-
veriatimnal English in Prague, Budapest, or
Krakow. Inexpensive Room& Board + other
potential benefits. Find out how to succeed in
this field. Call: (206) 971-3680 ext. K55985.
FLORAL SHOP Valentines week several
temporary positions inL delivery drivers
flower processing floral designers as well as
other positions. For more info call Paul at
994-6112 or apply at Nielsens Flowers 1021
Maiden Lane.
GET PAID TO HAVE FUN! Camp
Mataponi, a lakefront residential girls camp
in Maine has over 50 summertime openings.
Qualified staff needed for: Land and Water
Sports, Arts and Crafts, Tennis, Ropes
Course, Horseback Riding, Gymnastics,
Theater, Dance, Nature, Photography,
Hiking, Tripping, Office Work. Top salaries!
Room/board and travel provided. For more
info, call: Marcy/Dan at 609/424!2755 or e-
mail at: mataponil@aol.com
GREAT HARVEST Bread Co. Part-time
customer service and kneading. Must enjoy
hard work and laughter. $6.50/hr. to start +
$100 sign-on bonus. Apply in person 2220S.
Main.
HACKERS AND PROGRAMMERS
sought for Security and Data Management
Company. Part-time. Fax resume to 810-855-
1041.
HELP WANTED. ALL POSITIONS avail.
incl. mgmt., drivers, cooks, inside help. Full
& part-time. No exp. necessary. 929-6086
(local call).

LOOKING FOR THAT PERFECT JOB
IN ALL THE WRONG PLACES???
Look no further mon ami...work for the
Michigan Daily and your troubles will be
over. Now hiring for CIRCULATION
MANAGER for Fall 1997. Salary-paid,
arox.20 hrs.wk., & good times. Stop by
420 Mayard St., upstairs in the Student
Publications Bldg., & fill out an application.
Deadline: January 31. Any
questions???...Call Eric @ 764-0558.
LUNCHTIME wait & host staff needed U-
Club 1st floor Michigan Union. Apply in per-
son w/ Darla.
MARKETING INTERN
The Princeton Review is looking for a
dynamic, motivated student to help us design
and implement a marketing program focused
toward the UM community. This paid posi-
tion requires a 10-15 hours/week
commitment. If you are interested in this
solid resume builder, call Stephanie Fong at
313-663-2163.
MICHIGAN'S LARGEST full service con-
mercial real etate company seeks qualified
candidates with a "desire to excel". We are
looking for a highly motivated individual
who will be responsible for new business
development, marketing, negotiating, coor-
dinating & closing transactions of commer-
cial property including office, retail, industry,
investment, and vacant land. We provide an
excellent office environment in Southfield &
state-of-the-art technologywith a full market-
ing & clerical team on staff. If you are driven
to succeed & thrive in a team atmosphere,
call today for a confidential interview. Schos-
tak Bros. & Co. Inc. 810357.6187.
MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS! Color-
Works is currently recruiting on campus for a
limited number of summer '97 management
positions. Gain hands on experience in
managing a business in your hometown. Op-
porunities available in Shelby Township,
Clinton Township, Livona, Farmington
Hills, Novi, Grand Rapids, Midland,
Saginaw, Kalamazoo, and oher areas. Sum-
mer eamings $7$9000.To speak toacam-
pus representative call 1-800-477-1001.
NATIONAL PARK EMPLOYMENT - Na-
tional Parks hire forestry workers, park
rangers, firefighters, lifeguards, + volunteer
and government positions. Excellent benefits
+ bonus potential. Call: 1-206971-3620 ext.
N55983.
NEEDED: GRADER For Children's Math
Program. Must be able to work in class Tues-
days 3:30-6:30. Call 761-4648 after 7 week-
days or anytime weekends.
NOW HIRING TGI FRIDAYS all
positions. Aly in person Mon.-Fri. 9-5, Sat.
12-5. 313/997-7050.
NOW HIRING - part-time cooks for Winter
term - Flexible hours. Great pay - meal dis-
count - no experience necessary. Aly at
Scorekeepers 310 Maynard. 995-0100
NOW HIRING MIDNIGHT shift student
building managers. Contact Suzanne
Gmshow at the Michigan League Manager's
Office.
NOW INTERVIEWING all majors. The
best summer experience. Average $6880.
Travel. Call 800943-6972 for info.
NOW INTERVIEWING all majors. The
best summer expence. Average $6880.
Travel. Call 800/0434972 for info.
OUR CHILDREN NEED YOU to play &
leam with them at our child care centers. If
you are available any full or half days, M-F
please call 761-2576. $6.75 per hour. Also
need someone M-F 126, thru June 15th.
OUR FIRM is looking for individuals who
want to gain hands on management exp. next
summer. Earn $6,000 to $10,000 per
summer. Positions available throughout
Michigan including: Rochester, Utica, Troy,
Farmington, Bloomfield, Novi, Livonia,
Flint, Grand Rapids, Muskegon and many
more. 1-800/887-1960.
OUTSIDE JOBS-Now hiring: National
Parks, Beach Resorts, Ranches, Rafting
Co.'s. Earn to $12/hr. Great benefits!.
Nationwide. Call 919/918-7767, ext. R189.
P/T PARAPRO to asist 2nd. & 5th. grade
students w/ Autism in classroom and during
p.m. bus ride. Hrs.: 12-3 p.m. Please send
application to:
Sharon Whitmore, Principal
North Creek Elementary School
699 McKinley Road
Chelsea, MI 48118
Or call: 313/475-3713
Deadline for applications is 1/23/97.
PA. COED CHILDRENS' overnight camp
seeks staff. Swim, radio, golf, sailing, tennis,
sports, & general. Call Mark at 610941-0128
for an appication or to schedule local
interviews. rite: Mark Glaser, 16 GumTree
Lane, Lafayette Hill, PA 19444. e-mail:
mglaser@aoLcomn
RECYCLING PROGRAM needs volun-
teers for a waste study, Saturday, Jan. 25 on
North Campus. Study involves hands on sor-
ting and assessment of cam pus waste.
Transportation and coveralls will be
provided, volunteers receive T-shirt and
lunch. If interested, contact Jon at 764-2663

or jkaznie@umich.edu>.
REWARDING, EXCITING summer for
sphomore and older college students coun-
a g in the Colorado Rockies. Backpacking,
Western Riding, water activities, natural
science and many outdoor programs. Write:
Sanborn Western Camps, P.O. Box 167,
Florissant, CO 80816.
SALES REPS - Immediate opening at your
University. Offering exceptional pay and
very flexible hours. Call Accent Screen Prin-
ting 1-800-243-7941.

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
* Seniors and Grads
* Attend Class
" Take Notes
* Up to $14/lecture
* Variety of classes
* Flexible Schedule
FACULTY APPROVED
CLASSES ONLY.
Apply at Grade A Notes
549 E. University Ave.
Second Floor of Ulich s Bookstore
or call 741-9669 for more info.
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT at luxury guest
ranch in Colorado! Hiring enthusiastic
children's counselors, wranglers, wait staff,
housekeepers, fishin guides, bartender,dish-
washers and more. Beautiful place to spend
summer! Room and board plus daily meals
and wages. Send resume and picture: Wit's
End Guest Ranch and Resort, 4207 N. 19th
Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85015, or call (602) 263-
0000.
TELEMARKETERS
This may be your opportunity to join the
successful and expanding Washtenaw
Mortgage team. We are looking for
motivated and phone gifted ople. Flexible
hours and good start g sala E.O.E. To
apply please send resume to: Washtenaw
Mortgage Company 315 E. Eisenhower Suite
12 Ann Arbor, MI 48108 or fax to: 313/662-
9517.
TAMARACK CAMPS
Jewish communal camp hiring summer
staff: counselors and specialists.
Interviewing Monday, January 27,
5-7 p.m. at Hillel.
Call 769-0500 for appointment.
For more info cal (810) 661-0600.
THE COMMONS CAFE on North Campus
now hiring: bussers, servers, cashiers.
Flexible hours, great S. Call Tim at 764-7535.
THE WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY/Hut-
zel Hospital Infertility Program is seeking
healthy women to be egg donors for infertile
couples. Partiration would require frequent
office visits and laboratory evaluations, daily
injections, ultrasounds and a minor surgical
procedure to remove donated eggs. The en-
tire process is strictly confidential, and finan-
cial compensation for tme and travel expen-
ses will be provided. For more information,
or to initiate the screening process to be an
egg donor, call Merrilie Rousseau, BS, RNC,
Prgram Coordinator at (810) 558-1100, ext.
4016.
UNIVERSITY CATERING/Training clas-
ses starting now for waitstaffl Flexible hours/
gat $1 P/T, F/1. Reliable individuals only!
64-2142.
PHONAT1HON
CALLERS
The School of Education is
now interviewing candidates
for our 1997 Winter Phonathon
calling team.
Duties: Telephone School of
Education alumni and solicit
contributions to the School.
Pay: Starting at $6.75 per
hour plus bonuses and prizes.
Hours: Sunday through
Thursday evenings, January
29 through March 20. No
calling during winter break.
Qualifications: Callers must
be registered U-M students.
Sales, public contact, or acting
experience helpful. Callers
must 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

SERVICE REP NEEDED. Are you self
motivated & possess exc. communication
skills? Do you have an enthusiastic per-
sonality/attitude? Exc. compensation
package. Full & P/T avail. Mike 662-5485.
STUDENT/POST-DOC w/ analog & digital
electronics experience for short project. Ex-
cellent nav. 764-5448.

WANTED 100 students. Lose 5-100 lbs.
New metabolism breakthrough. R.N. assisted.
Free gift. $35 fee. 800/579-1634.
WORK-STUDY STUDENTS: Looking for
a variety of work experiences? Flexible
hours, evenings/weekends possible. Comn-
puter skills (word processing & data entry) a
plus. Off-campus office, own transportation
necessary, free parking. Cantact Barbara or
Peg @ 998-7832 to schedule an interview.
ch ild care
ABLE CHILDCARE 20+ hrs./wk., 3
afternoons. 5 & 8 yr. old boys. Experience,
references. 663-3482.
CAREGIVER NEEDED for 2 small
children in my A2 home. Up to 10 day time
hrs./wk. Must have own trans. 426-3196.
CHILD CARE needed for 4 yr. & 22 mo.
old in our west A2 home for 3-8 hrs./week
References, own transportation, non-smoker.
$6/hr. Call 761-7526.
NANNY Dependable loving childcare for 2
children. 4&6 . old in our home. 12-20
hrs./wk. Mon.-Wed. possibly Thur. Fri. Own
trans. Ref. req. $7-8/hr. 994/3750.
RESPONSIBLE loving interactive babysit-
ter for my 2 1/2 yr. old son. Must have own
trans. to Hamburg. Flex. hrs. excellent pay.
Call Sue @ 810/131-3507.
SITTER NEEDED to care for girls ages 2 &
S in Westside home. Good pay. Must have
car. 662-9796.

SPRING BREAK Bahamas from $479,
other destinations avail. Call Dan at Regency
Travel 665-6122. 209 S. State Street.
SPRING BREAK S. PADRE- On beach.
Famous Radisson condo sleeps 6. Has best
parties. Owner discount. 941/642-5483:
SPRING BREAK S. Padre. On beach.
"Famous Radisson". Condo sleeps 6. Bct
Parties.Price Discount. 941164215483.

R. pew. to. U~coe s your lscover Liar
And Save Up To $251 To Apply For A Card.
call f-800-IT-PAYS-To.
Bahamas Party
Cruise $7.
6 Days * Ali Meals* Free Parties * Includes Taxes
Cancun $399
7 Nights * Air + Hotel * Save $150 on Food & Drink
Jamaica $419,
7 Nights * Air + Hotel'* Save $150 on Food & Drink~s
Florida $119
7 Nights * Panama city, Daytona & cocoa Beach
Spring Break Travel - Our 10th Year
81 68O478-6386

F

STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S., pn
Continental $159 or $239. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Doris zt
Regency Travel, 209S. State, 665-6122.
SUMMER CHARTERS. Athens $759,
Frankfurt $589, London $449, Paris $519,
Rome $679, Shannon $409. Restrictions
apoly. 209 S. State St. 665-6122.

!!!!!A***SPRING BREAK '97***
Cancun, Jamaica, Bahamas, Key West, South
Padre, Margarita, Panama City, Daytona!
FREE "Meals and Drinks" package for
deposits received by January 311 Group
discounts for 8 or more! TROPICAL TOURS
INC. @ 1-800-931-8687.
!!!!!SPRING BREAK '97 Panama Cityll
Boardwalk Beach Resort $129 7/nights
Beachfront, Daily Free Drink Parties, Walk
to Best Barsl Group Discounts. Endless
Summer Tours 1-800-234-7007.
!!!!!SPRING BREAK '97. Cancun, Jamaica,
& Bahamas!!! 7/nights w/air from $399. En-
joy Daily Free Drink Parties, No Cover @
Best Bars. Group discountsill Endless Sum-
mer Tours 1-800-234-7007.
$29 SPRING BREAK PACKAGE.
Boardwalk Beach Resort - Panama City's
Spring Break headquarters. Only $29 per
person. Restrictions apply 1-800-224-4853..
COLLEGE TOURS - Mazatlan Spring
Break '97 - From $479 (Detroit Departures)
Your Total Package Includes: Round-Trip
Airfare to Mazatlan, 7 Nights Hotel
Accommodation, Round-Trip Transfers To
and From the Airport, College Tours Staff in
Mazatlan to assist you, Free -Private Cocktail
Parties...and Much, Much More! For a Free
Information Flier Call Toll Free: 1-800-571-
5874.
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WINTER ESCAPE- Cozy log cabins $54-
75 nightly. InL outdoor hot tub & ski trails.
Traverse City 616/276-9502.

COLLEGE FINANCIAL AID - Student:
Financial Services has information on 3.400+.
lic&private sector funding sources. A
MST FOR ANYONE SEFIG FINAN-.
CIAL AIDI For information: 1-800-263-6495
ext. F55983.
NUTRITION STUDY Women needed to
participate in taste test. Ages 20-45 yrs. Non-:
smokers in good health. Pays $30. Call 764/
0565.
UNDERGRAD LAW CLUB is having its
first social mixer of 97. Everyone welcomeso
.on.Thur. Jan. 23.6 pm at Touchdown. Free
food and drink.

We're looking for
punctual, energetic students
for assisting with
email
ephones
.filing
*cash receipts
*library
*database coordination.
Interesting
publishing environment.
Mon., Tues., Thurs.,
afternoon and
Tues. and Wed. morning
hours available.

FEM. GRAD STUD. n-smkr. N. Campus 2
bdrm. ldry. prkg. Aug. Lesley 994-4256.-
FEM. GRAD. STUD. to share condo. N-
smkg., must like cats. Leave msg. 327-0463.
FEM. TO SHARE RM. Nice condo near:U-
M, on bus line. $350/mo. 517-264-1958.:
TWO FEM. RMMTES. needed asap to fill
huge dbL in 5-person hse. Friends pref. Loc.
right behind Rackham. Sept. lease. N-smkg.,
nopet or bad attitude. Call 332-9833 to
aPP1Y

HELP WANTED: Small, private kennel
looking for help. Flex. hours. & job
description. 10 min. from UM. Call Alan at
810-208-8971.
HOME HEALTH AIDE. Immediate open-
ing to assist professional male with evening
care in his home near camus. Must have car
and be avail. summers. Will need at least one
year commitment. Non-smoking. Hours:
Mon.10 .m.-11:30 p.m., Tue.or Thurs. 5:30
pm.-6:3 p.m., Tue.1O p.m: 11:30 p.m. Shift
paid 2 hours. Call IHC 971-4200.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED 25 hrs./wk.
Call Amber @ 995-9665.

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NG1 1REAK'97 headquarters. Fun &
sun in Florida trpics. Biggest pool deck and
best PARTIES. eluxe rmomnfrom only $99!
(4-5 students per room). For information call
Desert Inn Resort, Daytona Beach, Florida,
800/826-1711.
SPRING BREAK PANAMA City Beach

PREGNANT?
Young couple seeking to adopt newborn
baby. Lots of love from us and grandparents
is waiting for your baby. Expenses pad.If
you or a friend are choosing ado a, please
contact Mark & Michelle at 800253-W2.

LACROSSE COACH Birmingham
women's HS. team. March mogh May
$2250 plus expenses. Call Mike 810/A64-

SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for an infer-
tility clinic. Male students or grads. 2040

FISH DOCTOR'S- Everything for yot
aquarium! Next to Putt-Putt Golf eor
Washtenaw. 434-103O.

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