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$500/WK. Summer Internships
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Call 975-9817.

1997 EXPANSION
$10.25 to start
*Lsion has left us with many openings
which must be filled by Feb. 19. Full or part
time, ffei. schedule around classes.
Scholarships avail.
Call 971-6122.
AMERICAN Cancer Society seeking paid
telephonerecruiters for Community Crusade
campaign Feb. - April, Mon. - Thurs. eves.
6-9p.m:Call Jennifer @ 9714300.
ANN ARBOR COMPANY seeks highly
motivated, positive students to join our rapid-
lygrowig organization. Part-time w/ pos-
sibilty to increase hrs. Minimum 20 hrs./wk.
Great client account team and professional
d lopment opportunities. Casual office
enironment. Flexible hrs. including
evenings. Call Colleen at 668/8148X103.
Write to Info@second-to-none.com or visit
us on the web at www.second-to-none.com
for motealetails.
AT'ENTION BUSINESS MAJORS &
ENTREPRENEURS
Tasp Itenational is currently looking for
hard woring, highly motivated students to
fill management positions with our company
for the summer of 1997. Build an excellent
resume &gain valuable business experience
w bile you earn $8400. Positions available in
PWHuron, Big Rapids, Petoskey, Cadillac,
Adrian, Escanaba, Alpena, Sault Ste Marie
and a fewaround Metro Detroit particularly
Birmingham, Gross Pointe & Rochester.
Positions are filled first come, first qualified
basis. For more info. please call 1-800-543-
3792.
A'ITENTION ENGLISH AND PRE-LAW
majors: Develop amazing skills this summer.
Travel Average students eam $6881. Call 1-
800-94-6972 for info.
BE AN ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE AT THE
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ness eipience selling advertising to local
aa national businesses, and build your
rece! Pick up applications at the Student
Publications Building, 420 Maynard. Dead-
line is Friday, Feb. 28. Call 764-0662 for
more information. Hiring for Spr./Su. and
Fall 1997.
BUSY OFFICE seeks office assistant for the
summer. General office tasks not limited to
answering -phones; maintaining files, billing,
& mailings; scheduling; operating office
machiners. Computer experience a plus. Bring
resume to 3084 Institute for Social Research.
CAMP COUNSELORS - Outstanding Sum-
m slim down camps on university cam-
po in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania. All
specialties: Athletics, Dance, Swim,
Aerobics, exercise, Nutrition, Tennis. 7
WEEKS. AGE 20+. 1-800-421.4321,
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CAMP WAYNE (sister half of brother/sister
camp, Northeastem Pennsylvania, 6/23-8/20/
97). Have the most memorable summer of
your life! Directors needed for Drama, Fine
Arts, Sports, Camping/Nature. Counselors
for: Tennis, Sports, Golf, Self-Defense,
Gymnastics, Dance, Cheerleading, Ropes,
Guitar, Batik, Sculpture, Drawing/Paining,
Silkscreen, Ceramics, Swimming (WSI
erred), Sailing, Waterskiing. Other staff:
r/Video/Photography, Head Chef and
Assistant Chef, Kitchen positions, Office
personnel. On Campus Interviews February
19th. Call 800/279-30 19 for information.
CAMPUS MANAGER: $1,500 - $5K p/t f/t
Student Advantage seeks individual to
develop local area. Sales/mktg. a plus. For
more info go to our web site at
www.studentadvantage.com. or call 800/333-
2920.
CHILDCARE-W & Th 5-8 p.m., May-mid
Aug. More hrs. & jobs avail. 769-1187.
C LLEGE STUDENT WANTED for a
-based program for my 5 yr. old autistic
son. Special Ed. or Psych majors preferred,
but not necessary. Training will be available.
Must Wi own transportation. Excellent pay
and hours. Please call Tom at 800/422-3902
ext. 206 between 8:30 and 5:30.
COMPANION NEEDED for high function-
ing 10 yr. old boy w/ autism. $7.80/hr. Flex.
Hrs., Dexter area 313-426-8556.
CONSTRUCTION/MAINTJAandscaping
poutions avail. immed. Start $7/hr. Very flex.
hours in campus area. Ongoing. Call 996-
0119.
CRUISE,& LAND-TOUR EMPLOY-
Industry offers Travel (Hawaii,
ic, Caribbean), incomparable benefits,
do good-pay. Find out how to start the ap-
plication process now! Cruise Employment
SS cel povides the answers. Call 800-276-
4928 Ext. C55984
(We am a research & publishing company).
CRUISE LINE entry level on board posi-
tions avail., benefts, summeriear-round.
612/643-4333.
DAYCARE NEEDS organizing, cooking,
baking, cleaning, baby care, pet care, and fun
activities. $6-8/hr. 996-4847.
I HELPERS WANTED part-time.
SM/hr. to start. Dimo's Deli & Donuts.
662-7944.
EARLY CHILDHOOD substitutes needed
by NABYC accredited center. Work accord-
ing to your availability. Children ages 0 to 5.
Call 6680887.

FREE ROOM & BOARD in exchange for
housekeeping & limited childcare. Own car,

for preschool girls & competitive classes.
Must be enthusiastic & have own
transportation. Call 971-1667.
INTERNATIONAL MUSIC booking agen-
cy seeks interns. Call Jay 995-5777.
LAWYER'S CLUB dining services now
hiring for winter term. Lunch and weekend
shifts available. $6.50/hr. Meal benefits,
catering opportunities. Apply in person at
551 S. State or call now at 764-1115. EOE.
LEGAL SECRETARY: Ypsi. law firm w/
civil trial practice seeks experienced legal
secretary proficient in Word Perfect for Win-
dows to fill full-time position. Contact Jim
Farrell at Smillie and Assoc. 313/481/1111.
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,
approx. 20 hrs./wk., & good times. Stop by
420 Maynard St., upstairs in the Student
Publications Bldg., & fill out an application.
Deadline: February 21.
MACKINAC ISLAND'S Murray Hotel
needs summer help (no experience
necessary) housing available. 313/665-5750.
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-
portunities available in Shelby Township,
Clinton Township, Livonia, Farmington
Hills, Novi, Grand Rapids, Saginaw,
Kalamazoo, and other areas. Summer eam-
ings $7 - $900. To speak to a campus rep-
resentative call 1-800a77-1001.
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.
NOW HIRING - part-time cooks for Winter
term - Flexible hours. Great pay - meal dis-
count - no experience necessary. Apply at
Scorekeepers 310 Maynard. 995-0100.
OFFICE HELP part-time. Filing, phone, &
general office duties. For appointment, call
741-9663.
PA. COED CHILDRENS' ovemight 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. - D40
NYC NY 10014
PART-TIME RECEPTIONIST/HOST for
hip downtown A2 hair salon. Great pay. Mr.
Leonard's Debut 936/6656.
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.
SERVICE REP NEEDED. Are you self
motivated & possess exc. communication
skills? Do you have an enthusiastic per-
sonality/attitude? Exc. compensation
package. Full time days avail. Mike 662-
5485.
STUDENT CO-OP OPENINGS in com-
puter support! Mostly software
troubleshooting, some hardware, some
network. Great opportunity to leam about
computer networkmg! Flexible, min. 20 hrs./
week. $7-15/hr. deding on qualifications.
Contact 763-0462 or application.
STUDENT NURSE/AIDE- Will train. Call
for details. Part/full-time. 769-5942.
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS: Camp
Michigania, UM Alumni Family Camp in
Boyne City, June 7-Aug. 30. Openings in
Arts & Crafts/ Ceramics, Boating, Child
Care, Tennis, Horseback Riding, Nature &
more! Must be at least 18. Contact Allison
Schuster, Asst. Director, 616-582-9191,
03006 Camp Sherwood Rd., Boyne City, MI
49712.
SUMMER HELP WANTED: Full time, for

delivery of packaged ice, part time fall,
winter and spg 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.
SUMMER IN THE MOUNTAINS
Blue Star Camps: needed fun, mature &
responsible individuals who love kids & the
outdoors, to fill positions as Cabin Coun-
selors &-Activity Specialists. To apply con-
tact our offices: (954) 963-4494, or e-mail:
info@bluestarcamps.com come see us 2/19 at
the Summer Job Fair!
SUMMER JOBS-Girls summer camp on
Lake Charlevoix has openings for
counslers.June 25 to July 26. 810-851-1318.
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 compensation 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.

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CHILD CARE in my A2 home. Full-time or
2 part-timers for 6 month old. Exp., refs., &
own car. $5/hr. 995-5142.

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SPRING BREAK Bahamas from $479,
other destinations avail. Call Dan at Regency
Travel 665-6122. 209 S. State Street.
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.
SUMMER CHARTERS. Athens $759,
Frankfurt $589, London $449, Paris $579,
Rome $679, Shannon $409. Restrictions
apply. 209 S. State St. 665-6122.
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WINTER ESCAPE- Cozy log cabins $54-
75 nightly. Incl. outdoor hot tub & ski trails.
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Ireland. See the Dept. of Theatre's produc-
tion of DANCING AT LUGHNASA this
Thur., Fri., Sat. @ 8 p.m., Sun. @ 2 .m.
Stud. tix $7 at League Ticket Office.764-
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Discovery crew reels
in telescope for 1-bil-
lion mile checkup
SPACE CENTER, Houston (AP) -
Discovery's astronauts hauled the
Hubble Space Telescope aboard the
shuttle early yesterday for a 1-billion-
mile tuneup that will allow it to peer
even deeper into the far reaches of the.
universe.
Spacewalking astronauts planned to
spend four straight nights beginning
yesterday installing new science instru-
ments and other up-to-date equipment
in NASA's second Hubble service call
since 1993.
Like technicians on Earth,
Discovery's seven-man crew kept the
customer waiting. The shuttle pulled up
a little late alongside the 12-ton, 43-
foot observato-
ry. Several
more minutes i-n
passed before
Steven Hawley
operating the beautifu
shuttle s fthe firs
mechanical o
arm. latched
onto the tele-three yO
scope as the seeing yoa
two spacecraft
soared 370 friend.
miles over
M e x i c o 's
southwestern Chief
coast.
"Seeing that
beautiful spacecraft for the first time in
three years was like seeing your best
friend whom you haven't seen for three
years," NASA's chief Hubble scientist,
Ed Weiler, said on Earth. "Not only
that, but the friend doesn't seem to have
aged at all."
The only sign of age appeared to be a
gouge in a dish antenna, caused by a
micrometeorite. The healthy Hubble
was a welcome sight; a badly warped or
wobbly telescope would have forced
NASA to call off the spacewalks.
Weiler considered the first space-
walk ,by Mark Lee and Steven Smith,
to be "the Super Bowl" of the series.
Their job: to replace 1970s science
instruments with start-of-the-art
devices.

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st
Ht

If that goes well, I think it will real-
lv put Hubble into a position of having
world-class scientific capability well
into the 21 st century, Weiler said.
An astronomer by training, H awley-.
was perhaps the most rev erent of the
crew upon seeing Hubble. He last
glimpsed the telescope in 1990, when
he used the mechanical arm on the
same shuttle to launch it on its 15-year
voyage. Hhis touch was gentle and
respectful.
"Gee, I wish you could see the
expression on Dr. Stevie's faee.'-
Discovery commander Kenneth
Bowersox told Mission Control
"Looks like he just shook hands with
an old friend."
Scientists calculated that the capture
came on orbit No. 37,130 and that the,
telescope had logged 996 million miles
and made more than 110,100 observa-
tions of stars,
galaxies, planets
and other astro-'
hat nomical objects.
acecraAlthough this
ren dezvous was
t time in less urgent than
the 1993 visit,
was like iiwhen space--
walking astron,
Sbest na uts had to
install corrective?
lenses because
of a defectivo
- Ed Weiler mirror, it was no
ubble Scientist less nerve-rack-
ing fox.
astronomers.
fearful of an inadvertent bump that"
could ruin its vision again.
The S2-billion telescope has per4..
formed superbly since its full sight was
restored, confirming the existence of"
super-massive black holes in several
galaxies and bringing astronomers ever:
closer in determining the age of the uni l"
verse.
Its vision will be even keener with
the addition of the two $100 million-
plus science instruments, a spectro-
graph with two-dimensional sensors.-
and a near-infrared camera. Each is the
size of a telephone booth.
Other high-priority items to be
hooked up before the telescope is
turned loose next week: a refurbished
guidance sensor and two data recorders.

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ABORTION
Continued from Page 1
international family-planning programs
on March I would subsidize abortions
in foreign countries even though the use
of U.S. funds to finance abortions is
illegal.
After the House approved the presi-
dent's request, lawmakers voted by a
slightly larger margin, 231 to 194, to
approve separate legislation offered by
Rep. Christopher Smith (R-N.H.) that
would tie the release of the money to
restoring Reagan-era restrictions on
funding groups that perform or pro-
mote abortions.
S e n a t e
Majority Leader
Trent Lott (R- There
Miss.) said the
Senate would strong f
vote on the pres-
ident's request family pi
Feb. 25, and sup-
porters said the - Rep.
bill has a narrow
edge in that
chamber.
Even though Smith's legislation faces
an uncertain future in the Senate - and

abortion issues made yesterday's votes.
an uncertain precursor of how the new
House will approach abortion issues,
which vexed the new GOP majority last
year and produced sharp policy dis-
agreements with Senate Republicans as
well as the Clinton administration.
Republican supporters of abortion.
rights said they would use the outcome
of the first vote to argue that their lead-
ers should avoid anti-abortion votes as
they try to reach out to voters in the
Northeast, where the party suffered
losses in congressional elections, and to-
women.
Rep. James Greenwood (R-Pa.) . a
modefate who led Republicans in sup-,
port of the pres-.

ident's request

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were yesterday, said
the many votes
Olings on on anti-abortion.
proposals in the
inning. last Congress
made the
Bob Livingston Republicans
(R-La.) appear extreme.
But anti-abor-
tion lawmakers
dismissed the importance of that vote,
and stressed the outcome on the second-

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