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Placing All Majors/Eam 3 Credits
Call 975-9817.
3 WORK STUDY JOBS. Office work
A .00/hr. Call Jody 936-2272.
MERICAN Cancer Society seeking paid
telephone recruiters for Community Crusade
campaign. Feb. - April, Mon. - Thurs. eves.
6-9p.m. Call Jennifer @ 971-4300.
ANN ARBOR COUNTRY Club seeks 1997
staff for April to November employment.
Flexible part time or full time seasonal
employment. Positions as certified life
guards, pro shop staff, youth golf program
manager, golf course rangers, aerobics &
water aerobics. 971-5500.
L INTERNAT'L STUDENTS I

ANN ARBOR COMPANY seeks highly
motivated, positive students to join our rapid-
ly growing organization. Part-time w/ pos-
sibility to increase hrs. Minimum 20 hrs./wk.
Great client account team and professional
development opportunities. Casual office
environment. Flexible hrs. including
,enings. Call Colleen at 668/8148X103.
' te to Info@second-to-none.com or visit
us on the web at www.second-to-none.com
for more details.
ASIA EMPLOYMENT - Learn how stu-
dents have made $25-$45/)r. teaching basic
conversational English in Japan, Taiwan, or
S. Korea. Many employers provide room &
board and/or other benefits. Call: 206-971-
3570 ext. J55982.
ATTENTION
EVERYONE!
Local company must fill
21
new openings due to growth
$1025 to start
Call 971-6122
Monday - Friday
ATTENTION BUSINESS MAJORS &
ENTREPRENEURS
Tasp International is currently looking for
hard working, highly motivated students to
fill management positions with our company
for the summer of 1997. Build an excellent
resume & gain valuable business experience
while you earn $8400. Positions available in
Port Huron, Big Rapids, Petoskey, Cadillac,
Adrian, Escanaba, Alpena, Sault Ste Marie
d a few around Metro Detroit particularly
A rmingham, Gross Pointe & Rochester.
Positions are filled first come, first qualified
basis. For more info. please call 1-800-543-
3792.
ATTENTION ENGLISH AND PRE-LAW
majors: Develop amazing skills this summer.
Travel. Average students eam $6881. Call 1-
800-943-6972 for info.
AVAIL. NOW! Lg. rm. w/private bath. 1 or
2 fen. 668/0891.
CAMP COUNSELORS - Outstanding Sum-
mer slim down camps on university cam-
es in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania. All
,ecialties: Athletics, Dance, Swim,
robics, exercise, Nutrition, Tennis. 7
WEEKS. AGE 20+. 1.00-421-4321,
wwwcam cmdlotcom
COLLEGE STUDENT WANTED for a
home-based program for my 5 yr. old autistic
son. Special Ed. or Psych majors preferred,
but not necessary. Training will be available.
Must have own transportation. Excellent pay
and hours. Please call Tom at 800/422-3902
ext. 206 between 8:30 and 5:30.
COUNSELORS, Junior Counselors, WSl,
and Art Instructor needed for Jewish Com-
munity Center's, Raanana Day Camp. Head
,ounselor pay is $1650. Call Craig Pollack at
1-0990 for further info.
CRUISE LINE entry level on board posi-
tions avail., benefits, summer/year-round.
612/643-4333.
CRUISE SHIP EMPLOYMENT - Travel
the world (Hawaii, Mexico, Caribbean) &
earn an excellent income in the Cruise &
Land-Tour Industry. For details, call 1-206-
971-3550 ext. C55983.
DAYCARE NEEDS organizing, cooking,
baking, cleaning, baby care, pet care, and fun
activities. $6-8Ihr. 9964847.
*RIVERS NEEDED: Help deliver flowers
he sweethearts of Ann Arbor on
Valentine's Day. Own car & good
knowledge of Ann Arbor required. Call 971-
8558.
EARLY CHILDHOOD substitutes needed
by NAEYC accredited center. Work accord-
ing to your availability. Children ages 0 to 5.
Call 668-0887.
EASTERN EUROPE EMPLOYMENT -
Travel Eastern Europe by teaching basic con-
versational English in Prague, Budapest, or
Krakow. Inexpensive Room & Board + other
ential benefits. Find out how to succeed in
s field. Call: (206) 971-3680 ext. K55985.

MORE THAN JUST SUMMER
EMPLOYMENT! Camp counselors needed
for a private, residential camp in the beautiful
Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. We are
looking for people with a dedication to
children, a passion for the field of expertise,
and a desire to share it. Your expertise could
be in any of the following areas: Computers,
Circus, Basketball, Magic, Volleyball,
Tennis, Swimming, Sailing, Fishing, Water-
Skiing, Theater, Dance, Video, Creative
Writing, ESL, Soccer, Cooking, Radio, Rock
Music, Golf, Rollerblading, Skateboarding,
Rocketry, Newspaper, Fine Arts, Creative
Crafts.
Please Call 1-800-CAMP Ask for Dan or
Nigel.
NATIONAL PARK EMPLOYMENT - Na-
tional Parks hire forestry workers, park
rangers, firefighters, lifeguards, + volunteer
and government positions. Excellent benefits
+ bonus potential. Call: 1-206-971-3620 ext.
N55983.
NOW HIRING TGI FRIDAYS all
positions. Apply in person Mon.-Fri. 9-5, Sat.
12-5. 313/997-7050.
PA. COED CHILDRENS' overnight camp
seeks staff. Swim, radio, golf, sailing, tennis,
sports, & general. Call Mark at 610/941-0128
for an application or to schedule local
interviews. Write: Mark Glaser, 16 Gum Tree
Lane, Lafayette Hill, PA 19444. e-mail:
mglaser@aol.com
PART TIME SALES REPS WANTED
"Lead the way into the 21st century" with our
copyright "slogan" sweatshirt. Be your own
boss, earn extra money fast. Send for details
to:
The 21st Century Group
332 Bleecker St. - D)40
NYC NY 10014
PART-TIME WORK AVAILABLE! We
have part time positions for evenings &
weekends. Duties include: customer service
and phone work. Pay is $7/hr. Call for more
info. Performance Personnel (313) 668-6933.
RECEPTIONIST
Part-time position available with Property
Management firm. Position requires 8 to 15,
hours per week with Saturday hours. Please
apply in person or send resume to Wilson
White Co., Inc., 608 Packard, Suite 2, Ann
Arbor, MI 48104. Equal Opportunity
Employer.
STUDENT CO-OP OPENINGS in com-
puter support! Mostly software
troubleshooting, some hardware, some
network. Great opportunity to learn about
computer networking! Flexible, min. 20 hrs./
week. $7-15/hr. de ding on qualifications.
Contact 763-0462 orapplication.
STUDENT NURSE/AIDE- Will train. Call
for details. Part/full-time. 769-5942.
SUMMER HELP WANTED: Full time, for
delivery of packaged ice, part time fall,
winter and spring work available. Flexible
schedule. Call or apply in person at Party
Time Ice Company 1854 Cadillac St., Yp-
silanti MI 48198. 1-800-942-7364.

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springbreaktravel.com 1800/678-6386.
!!!SPRING BREAK Bahamas Party
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Parties & Taxes! Great Beaches & Nightlife!
Leaves From Ft. Lauderdale!
springbreaktravel.com 1800/678-6386.
!!!!SPRING BREAK '97 Panama Cityl!
Boardwalk Beach Resort $129 7/nights
Beachfront, Daily Free Drink Parties, Walk
to Best Bars!! Group Discounts. Endless
Summer Tours 1-800-234-7007.

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And Save Up To $251 To Apply For A Card.
Call 1-8OW-IT-PAYS-TO.
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1-P80047843861

COLLEGE FINANCIAL AID - Student
Financial Services has information on 3,400+
public & private sector funding sources. A
MUST FOR ANYONE SEEKING FINAN-
CIAL AIDI For information: 1-800-263-6495
ext. F55983.
GARGANTUAN RUMMAGE SALE!
Furniture, clothing, sporting goods, books,
records, and much more! Tons of stuff at bar-
gain prices! Friday, Feb. 7 from 9 a.m. - 7
p.m. and Saturday, Feb. 8 from 9 a.m. - 3
p.m. at the Kiwanis Building, corner of
Washington and First.
Not another dork5'
Val tin 's Y.gift!
Thisryear, go for something your honey
will really appreciate - a Cupid-Gram in
The Michigan Daily! They only cost $6
(much less than a bread machine) and
are available until February 10. An
added bonus: When you purchase
your Cupid-Gram, you get the chance
to win a free dinner for two at
The heart-shaped ads will be featured
in the February 14 issue. Stop by the
Daily, or look for us in the Fishbowl
February 4-6!
GOVERNMENT FORECLOSED homes
from pennies on $1. Delinquent tax, repos,
REO's. Your area. Toll Free 1-800/218-9000
ext. H-1864 for current listings.
JUDY'S BED & BREAKFAST- Near
campus. Phone 662-4812. Open all year.
SELF DEFENSE CLASSES 1200 CCRB
small gym. Mondays & Wednesdays 8-9
p.m. February 10-26 747-7442 or 763-1668.

RADIO
Continued from Page 1
"W. E. B. DuBois - A Biography in
Four Voices," in a discussion of
DuBois' life and literature.
"When I was a teen-ager, a young
man growing up, he was an icon,"
Cruse said. "You wondered, 'Who was
this man?"'
Rackham audience members were
joined by callers from a national audi-
ence in discussing DuBois with the
panel.
Interspersed throughout the program
were excerpts from DuBois' works,
read by speakers including actress and
lecturer Elise Bryant and theater Prof.
GyamO.
The show's second hour focused on
racial issues on the University campus.
"Colleges and universities can some-
times be places where things that would
be pushed aside - ignored, swept
under the rug in the workplace -
instead get fanned into flame," Suarez
said.
Suarez's remark was echoed in the
discussion that followed, as participants
debated race issues at the University.
Several students asked the panel to

address the issue of negative attitudes
toward students of color at the
University.
Bryant, who assumed the role of
panel member for the second discus-
sion, responded to the comments and
questions from the audience. "I think
that there's been a change," Bryant said,
referring to the atmosphere on campus.
"But a profound change? No."
After the broadcast, Suarez chatted
with audience members about NPR, his
upcoming book and broadcast journal-
ism. Suarez, who jokingly referred to
Rackham Auditorium as an "Assyrian
fantasy," said the panel discussion was
marked by a guarded tone.
"They used the language of modern
offense," Suarez said. "It's hard to get
them down to concepts:'
Sociology Prof. Tomas Almaguer,
who sat on the panel that discussed race
issues on college campuses, said the
conversation reflected many of the
things he emphasizes in the classroom.
"It's a painful thing to talk about,'
Almaguer said. "It's difficult to
acknowledge that the problems do
exist.... Many campuses would proba-
bly blush at having this kind of discus-
sion."

JOSH BIGGS/Daity
NPR talk show host Ray Suarez leads a discussion on W.E.B. DuBois yesterday In
Rackham Auditorium.

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& Bahamas!!! 7/nights w/air from $399. En-
joy Daily Free Drink Parties, No Cover @
Best Bars. Group discounts!!! 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 1-800-224-4863.
NEEDED: Tix to Indiana basketball game.
669-8541.
PANAMA CITY BEACH, FLORIDA
SPRING BREAK - GOTTA BE THERE!
Due to excess hotel rooms being available,
go for half price for 5 or 7 night stays
beginning March 1st or 2nd. Trip package
includes lodging, all taxes, and welcome
party. Celebrate spring break with MTV on
the beach! Immediate reservations 1-800-
SUNCHASE. Offer expires February 16th.
Don't Delay!

QUILT
Continued from Page 1.
lives, and who were important to other
people," Szakatis said. "And I hope that
some of the discrimination some people
feel will dissipate."
Greg Witbeck, a recent University
alum, said he came to demonstrate his
support for the gay community.
"I'm part of Ann Arbor's gay com-
munity," Witbeck said. "It's a show of
solidarity. It's very overwhelming.
"I've been holding back tears the
whole time. It's a tremendous impact,"
Witbeck continued.
The AIDS Memorial Quilt began in
1987 by a group of San Francisco resi-
dents who wanted to remember the lives
of friends and family who died because
of the disease. News of the project
spread quickly and other major cities

began to donate panels to the quilt.
The NAMES Project quilt made its
first appearance in Washington, D.C. in
October 1987. It has since beendis-
played in more than 1,000 schools, hos-
pitals and convention centers through-
out the nation.
Ann Arbor community members can
request space to add panels to the quilt,
which now contains more than 26,000
three-by-six foot panels.
"It's powerful," said Huron High
School senior Mira Dontcheva. 'You
see the real people behind it. You hear
the disease is out there, but when you
see these pictures, it's like 'wow."'
Donations from people viewing
the display will be given to the
Washtenaw County HIV/AIDS
Resource Center. The display will
continue Friday and Saturday from 9
a.m to 10 p.m. and Sunday from I1
a.m. to 5 p.m.

SUMMER JOBS IN COLORADO
Large resort in beautiful Rocky Mountains
seeks lifeguards, food service, mains., front
desk, counselor, etc. Snow Mountain Ranch,
YMCA of the Rockies. Interviews Wed. 2/12
at the Crawfoot Room in the Student Union.
Call (970) 887-2152 for an interview. Walk-
ins welcome.
TELEMARKETING Eve. $7/hr. 10+ hrs./
wk. No selling! Call Allen 996-1107.
THE WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY/Hut-
zel Hospital Infertility Program is seeking
healthy women to be egg donors for infertile
couples. Participation 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 compnsation for time 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,
Program Coordinator at (810) 558-1100, ext.
4016.

*TRIPS*
**CONCERTS**
*SPORT9 EVENTS*
*PUFORMAN M
Find allthese events
advertised in
Call Classifieds at 764-0557.
SPRING BREAK PANAMA City Beach
Florida. Sandpiper Beacon Beach Resort 3
pools, 1 indoor pool, huge beachside hot tub,
suites up to 10 people, Tiki beach bar, home
of the world's largest keg party! Free info:
800/488-8828. www.sandpiperbeacon.com
SPRING BREAK South Padre Island
$118.50/person. 6 nights, 7 days on the
beach, quad occ + tax. Surf Motel,
Boomerang Billys' Beach Bar 18001723-
6519.

FEM. TO SHARE CONDO. $375 incl. util.
975-0288.
MALE GRAD STUDENT seeks roommate
for spacious Ypsi townhome. Partially fur-
nished bi-level. Only 7 min. from N. Campus.
$375 + util. Call 434-5759.
MALEFEMALE share small home in East
Ann Arbor. Non-smoker, cooking, Idry., &
prkg. $300/mo. share utils. 971-0735 call
after 5 p.m.

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BABYSITTER for 7 mo. old & 30 mo. old.
10-20 hrs. Flex. time & pay. Must have ref.
& car. N-smkr. Call Kathleen 665-8987.
CHILD CARE NEEDED 1-2 evenings.
Needs car. Call Deborah at 665/0893.
CHILD CARE/HOME CARE After school
help w/homework, errands, & light
housework. $7/hr. 662-9191.
CHILD CARE in my A2 home. Full-time or
2 part-timers for 6 month old. Exp., refs., &
own car. $5/hr. 995-5142.

*Jhmakca *ranama Cty
*Padire *ftham,
Info Packet 1 00-426-7710
SPRING BREAK Bahamas from $479,
other destinations avail. Call Dan at Regency
Travel 665-6122. 209 S. State Street.

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ENGINEERING STUDENTS! We have
part-time work for you! Work w/ blueprints
for local company. Flexible hours-20/wk. for
3 months. $7/hr. Call for more info. Perfor-
mance Personnel 668-6933.
FUNDRAISER- Motivated groups needed to
eam $500+ promoting AT&T, Discover, gas
and retail cards. Since 1969, we've he
thousands of groups raise the money
need. Call Lynn at 800/592-2121 ext. 174
Free CD to qualified callers.

Michigan Daily Alumni work here:

ADOPT Loving mom & dad w/3 yr. old little
girl wish to share their hearts & home w/
newborn. Lots of love, happiess & security.
Expenses pd. Call Debby &Lany 1-800/989-
2246.

INTERNATIONAL MUSIC booking agen-
&seeks interns. Call Jay 995-5777.

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