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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, March 25, 1997 -7

Taking the plunge

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!AA STUDENT PAINTER earn $6-9/hour EARLY CHILDHOOD Lunch assistant.
!/ Ann Arbor's most successful teams Call Summer job. 11:30-1:30 Mon.-Fri. May-
62-0747. Aug. Assist w/lunches @ NAEYC Ac-
CCEPTING APPLICATIONS at Y & S credited Center. 668-0887.

dadwch Cafe. Full and Part Time, Flexible
Fours. In Michigan Union. 669-8977.
get yfour
Head
Wet!
x4 4
something
new!
Be an Account Executive for
Th Michigan Daily Classifieds.
Call 764-0557 or stop by the
Student Publications Bldg.
at 420 Maynard for an
application.
ARBOR COMPANY seeks highly
motivated, positive students to join our rapid-
ly growing organization. Part time with the
possibility to increase hours. Min. 20 hrs./wk.
Great client account team and professional
development opportunities. Casual office
,nvironment. Flexible hours including
eningsL Call Colleen at 668-8148 x103,
write to info@secondto-none.com or visit us
on the Web at www.second-to-none.con for
more details.
RCHITECTURE STUDENTS
Home owner needs garage drawings for
er to work from. Plans will include can-
er and multi-pitched roof. Paul at 973-
9433.
ASSISTANT TEACHER for preschool cen-
ler located 10 minutes west of ofM stadium.
Through April need Wed. mornings and/or
some afternoons. Possible summer position.
for a fun and responsible job call 665-5175
BE A SUCCESS, WORK AT the best? En-
joy your summer at Willoway Day Camp.
Enthusiastic, talented, creative students
needed as general counselors and specialists:
frm une 15-August 15. Must live in
Bloomfield, Novi, Fanmington or adjacent
a. Willoway Da Camp, 810932-2123 or
e)iIWvillowaydc aol.com.
BE AN ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE AT THE
MICHIGAN DAILY!
Gain :valuable business experience selling
advertising to local and national businesses,
and build your resume Pick u a olications
at the Student Publications Buildming, 420
Maynard. Deadline is Wednesday, Mar. 26.
Call 7640662 for more information. Hiring
for Spr./Su. and Fall 1997.
CAMP COUNSELORS - Outstanding Sum-
mer slims down camps on university cam-
Massachusetts, Pennsylvania. All
s ralties: Athletics, Dance, Swim,
A bics, exercise, Nutrition, Tennis. 7
WEEKS. AGE 20+. 1-800.421.4321,
www~ampamelot.com
COMPUTER ASSISTANT- Sophomore or
Junior needed for Spring/ Summer 1997 and
following terms to assist with maintaining
Macintosh hardware, software and LAN as
part of the Student Publications computer
support team. Good pay, flexible hours.
Work study and others call for information
and interview: 936-7883.
COUNSELOR POSITIONS: Openings in
all team & individual sports, also Waterfront-
4Drama-RN's-Competitive sellers. Lo-
Berkshire Mts of Massachusetts -2 1/2
hr from NYC-Boston. Call Greylock for
boys 1-800-842-5214/Romaca for girls 1-
888-2-ROMACA.
COUNSELORS, COOK, naturalist needed
at co-ed summer camp near A2. Rm., board,
salary. Call 313-878-6628 for info.
CRUISE & LAND TOUR Employment -
Discover how to work in exotic locations,
meet fun people, while earning up to $2,000/
mo. in these exciting industries. Cruise In-
formation Services: 206-971-3554 Ext.
C55984.
CARE NEEDS organizing, cooking,
g, cleaning, baby care, pet care, and fun
activities. $6-8/hr. 996-4847.
DRIVERS Part time must be able to drive

stick. 913-0690. 8 a.m.-12 p.m. M-F.

EARLY CHILDHOOD Part time. 3:30-5:30
Mon.-Fri. Assisting w/toddlers. May-Aug.
NAEYC Accreditied Center 668-0887.
SUMMER
GROUNDSKEEPER WANTED
Responsible for maintaining campus
ground and nurturing plant materials on
campus. As seasons dictate, assist with
mowing; weed whipping; weeding; leaf
pick-up; shrub and flower bed clean-up;
preparing for planting flower bulbs;
pruning ornamental trees and shrubs.
Duties also include litter pick-up.
Pay starts at $6.75 per hour,
flexible schedules available.
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
* Self-motivation
Dependability
*Enthusiasm
* Genuine interest in creating
beautiful and safe campus area
To Apply call 764-3422
Or stop by UM Grounds Department
office for an application between 7:O0am-3:Opm
weekdays. Grounds &e Waste Management Plant
Services Building (first floor)
1111 Palmer Dr. (behind the Power Center)
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Great earnings and career opportunity with a
dynamic growing retailer. We're looking for
an organized, disciplined and energetic
individual. Great potential for advancement.
Immediate responsibilities will include store
maintenance, merchandising and inventory
control. Call 995-8900, ask for Todd.
GCO Carpet Outlets
2301 S. Industrial
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
FULL TIME EARLY Childhood summer
assistant. 40 hrs./wk. May-Aug. Working w/
3-5 yr. olds. NAEYC accreditied center 668-
0887.
GENERAL LABOR/swimming pool
maintenance. Top pay: $600+/wk. for self-
motivated individuals. N.W. Detroit suburbs.
Call Craig at 810/477-7727.
GRIZZLY PEAK NOW HIRING hostesses
& server assistants. Get the jump on summer
employment. Apply in person at 120 W.
Washington.-
JUMP ONLINE WITH BIG BOOK
Do you want to work in today's HO7TEST
INDUSTRY?..build your resume with a
VALUABLE EXPERIENCE?...make lots of
MONEY?...Then jump online with us...Big
Book, the nations leading online Yellow
Pages is building a sales and marketing team
to bring the power and excitement of the
Internet to Michigan businesses. Ideal
candidates will be self-motivated,
entrepreneurial, and thrive in a fast paced
environment. Hours and location flexible.
Call 668-3055 for an interview.
LAWYER'S CLUB DINING SERVICES
now hiring for lunches and weekends. $6.50/
hr. Meal benefits, catering opportunities.
Apply in person at 551 S. State. Equal op-
portunity employer.
MARKETING INTERN on UM campus.
The Princeton Review is seeks a dynamic,
student to design a marketing program. 10
hours/week, paid. To apply: Drop a resume at
1220 S. University, Ste. 209 or fax to 313/
663-4049 by March 31.
NOW HIRING CIRCULATION
MANAGER for next fall. Work for The
Michigan Daily-great management ex-
perience & excellent pay. Full academic year
commitment, but what better atmosphere to
work in 4 earn a salary! You even get your
own beeper. Talk about prestige...stop by our
office-420 Maynard St., in the Student
Publications Bldg. & ask for Eric to fill out
an application. Act fast if you want to beat
the rush!
NOW HIRING PAINTERS and crew chiefs
for full-time summer jobs, $7-$8/hour. Stu-
dent Works Painting 1-800-899-WORK.
OFFICE ASSISTANT 30-40 hrs./wk.
summer. 10-15 hrs./wk. school yr. Dept. of
Human Genetics. Computer experience plus.
Perfect for undergrads wanting steady jor for
1-2 years! Send resume/writing sample to
Lisa Ingall, DHG, M4708 Med Sci II, Box
0618 or call 647-1827.
*MM"

PROFIT IN POWER WASHING. Own
hours, FT/PT, Own Boss. $40-60 hourly.
Free report (full publication $14.95+3.00
S&H): Carvedstone Publications, PO Box
20590, Columbus OH 43220. http://
www.carvedstone.com/
QUALITY ASSOCIATES Painting hiring
for this summer. Must be able to work 40
hours per week. One year previous
experience. $8-12/hr. 332-5928.
SHOOT THE BREEZE, make some csh!
Afternoons, conversation partners needed.
Call 994-1456.
STUDENT TO WORK summer in
molecular biology lab. Duties to include
routine lab support, cleaning, sterilization of
glassware, makig buffers in stock solutions
& bacterial growth medium & plates. Op-
portunity to participate in research project &
leam basic molecular biology techniques.
Prefer freshmen & soph. w/ an interest in
biology, cancer biology or genetics. $6-6.50/
hr. Call Trudy at 764-1549.
SUBSTITUTE ASSTS. for preschool center.
If you can be avail, at least 3 hours per week
and want a funi and responsible job call 665-
5175. 10 minutes west of UofM stadium, not
on bus line.
SUMMER HELP WANTED: Interior
painting, deck cleaning & sealing. 663,9181.
SUMMER JOBS! Painting, full-time, no
exp. necessary. $7 per hr. Call 1(800) 477-
1001. Ann Arbor area.
SUMMER JOB/HOUSEHOLD movers
wanted. Part-time, flexible hrs., $12/hr. to
start. Aberdeen Moving. 313-973-8363.
THE WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY/Hut-
zel Hospital Infertility Program is seeking
healthy women to be egg donors for infertile
couples. Pai tion wouldreuire frequent
office visits an d 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.
UNIVERSITY CATERING/Training clas-
ses starting now for waitstaff - F/T, P/T -
Flexible Hours - Great $ - Reliable In-
dividuals Onlyl - Call 764-2142 and leave a
message.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for 1 wk. cam p
for kids with Muscular _ytrophy. 6/13-6/21.
Call Molly at 517/694-7787.
WAITSTAFF NEEDED FOR
GRADUATION WEEKEND!'
58-510/hour!
University Catering/Pierpont Commons
Friday May 2nd and Saturday May 3rd, 1997
Call 764-2142 today!
WANTED: Licensed Veterinary Technician
for fast paced hospital. Full time position.
Need open availability. Must have the skills
necessary to fully assist veterinarian in all
aspects of animal care, including, but not
limited to, client education, assisting in
surgery, monitoring of sick/injured animals,
animal restraint, blood draws, and dentals.
Apply in person only - Monday through
Friday 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

WINTER ESCAPE- Cozy log cabins $54-
75 nightly. Incl. outdoor hot tub & ski trails.
Taverse City 616/276-9502.
~ announcements
s..
F1WEE MONEY - NEVER REPAY-Gov't
ginnts, billons available, ideal for students,
fftae details: 1-(810) 656-7821. ext. 2017.
Ifyou
haven't yerbut
Who want to be a part of the Beause
cages UJA Half Shekel Campaign, Every
call Andrew Echt. 747-8081
or, e-mailus a one
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or, stop by Hilel, 1429
Htill Street ( .nv ,nm .inc &tOivia
PIHILIPPIAES BUSINESS EXPANSION.
Call to learn how you, relatives, and students
can benefit financially. Call Gene after 4 pm
for information 517-837-5532.
roommates;

AP PHOTO
Mexican tourists brace themselves against the current at Aguas Azules,
Chiapas, yesterday. Mexican families are flocking to tourist destinations
to take advantage of the Easter week holiday.

HOUSING
Continued from Page 1
the debris and mopping up the water"
The problems didn't fall from above
for LSA senior Thara Nagarajan- they
seeped in from a drain in the laundry

room.
"We

. RMMTES. NEEDED @ comer of Church
4 Hill to share lg. 5 bdrm. house w/ 4 girls.
1 rkg., Idry., 2 full baths, full kitchen, fum.
)fem. ref. May to May lease. Call Amy @
f64-1880.
FEMALE TO SHARE 1g. apt. w/ 2 others.
o smoking $274 662-5084 313-498-3283.
MALE TO SHARE lg. 2 bdm'. bi-level apt.
w12 @ Geddes/Hill. Prkg. avail., free shuttle
to N. campus. $412 764-8896.
RMMTE. needed for beautiful 2 bdrm.
Prospect & Church house apt. w/ female.
Sept. 97 - Aug. 98. M or F, smkr. or non.
idry. prkg. Call Anne @ 764-6798.
RMMTE. TO SHARE 3 bdrm. apt. w/ 2
fem. on S. Main. Own room, prkg., Idry.,
reasonable rent incl. util. Sept.-Sept. Call
663-0497.
STONEWALL CHILI Pepper Co.'s salsa
habenero is one of the world's hottest salsas.
It is only sold in Michigan at Tios Mexican
Restaurant, 333 E. Huron.
FISH DOCTOR'S- Everything for your
aquarium! Next to Putt-Putt Golf on
Washtenaw. 434-1030.

had plumbing problems;"

Nagarajan said.+
Nagarajan and her fellow tenants'
problems started when the toilet stopped
flushing and couldn't be unplugged.
"We opened the laundry room door
and some sewage had come up through
the drain;" Nagarajan said. "By the time
someone got over here the floor was cov-
ered in water, complete with feces and
pieces of toilet paper."
Both Russell and Nagarajan said they
received less than sympathetic treatment
from their landlords.
When the building management was
called, Nagarajan said she was told in a
"condescending" tone that the situation
was "not an emergency."
After several hours, a roto-rooter com-
pany was called and arrived to unclog the
drain, after water seeped into an adjacent
bedroom's carpet.
"it was on Labor Day weekend and
they told us no one would be able to
come until Monday. They didn't offer to
put us into a hotel either"'Nagarajan said.
The landlord replaced the carpet, and
Nagarajan and her fellow tenants were
refunded for three days' rent, although "it
wasn't a whole lot of money," Nagarajan
said.
Russell and the other tenants were
forced to live with friends during
January and February 1996 while
repairs were being made to their
house, even though they were paying
normal rent.
Even after repairs, the problems con-
tinued. "Our heat and electricity went out
repeatedly even though we paid the bills
on time;" Russell said. "We had leaks
throughout the first floor."
"it got to the point where you would
go to go sleep at night and not know how
you would wake up," Russell said of his
biggest fear while living in the house.
Russell and his housemates filed a
lawsuit against their landlord and found
there were five other lawsuits pending
against him for "similar, if not worse,
problems.'
After living through a year of constant
turmoil, and ultimately winning the law-
suit, Russell learned a little about shop-
ping for a house.
"This is my last year and we took a
great deal of time and effort to find a'
house" he said.
Nagarajan's sewage seepage situa-
tion made a repeat performance soon
after winter break. Although the car-
pet wasn't replaced, it was cleaned,
Nagarajan said.
Nagarajan said she will never live in a
basement apartment again.

"What we were most afraid ofwas the
infection and disease that can come from
feces;' Nagarajan said. "The apartment
just never feels clean to us?"
Nagarajan's landlord, -Campus
Rentals, and Russell's private landlord
could not be reached for comment on
these incidents.
Students with unresolved problems
have several options in correcting the sit-
uation, Director of Student Legal
Services Doug Lewis said..
"(Students) can, by law, withhold rent
until the landlord makes the desired
repairs" Lewis said."Students can-fbr
minor repairs - make it themselves and
then deduct the cost from their rent."
Tenants do need to inform the land-
lord that a problem first exists,
preferably in the form of written
notice, before taking legal action,
Lewis said. He added that in some
cases, landlords are repeat offenders,
so often when their names are men-
tioned, the problem can be identified.
"We've got one group who comes in
and gives us the landlord's name and we
know its bugs;" Lewis said. "It's a never-
ending cycle."
Although problems change with the
time of year, some of the more common
problems include lack of heat or water
leaking, Lewis said.
Students aren't the only ones who
lodge complaints, however.
"The big (complaint) we see is where
the carpet is ruined and the landlord
wants to blame the present tenants so
they can buy new carpet with the securi-
ty deposit," said Lewis.
Students with tenant-landlord disputes
also can seek help from off-campus
housing advisors.
"We have a mediation services pro-
gram where we try to offer students
informational advice and counseling
to assist them in resolving their own
disputes,' Jeff Micale, housing advis-
er for off-campus housing' services,
said. "We can help walk people
through the steps they need to take."
Off-campus housing services has a
registering service for both large leasing
companies and private landlords. The
service helps to keep leases on file and
with mediation services.
Although some landlords are unre-
sponsive to their tenants, many are con-
cerned with the upkeep of their proper-
ties.
"We're pretty responsive as far as
maintenance goes," said Colin Khan, the
assistant manager of CMB property
management. "We have four guys who
work 40 hours a week on staffto improve
the buildings and keep up the worth of
the buildings."
Khan said the most popular com-
plaints he receives have to do with
plumbing problems.
"Disposals not working, we get a lot of
that and toilets being stopped up - that's
a popular one, too;' he said.

WANTED: UM Student for employm
Spring/Summer/Fall terms beginning Mi
12. General office duties, errands, Macinto
friendly, valid driver's license. Acceptinga
plications through April 18. Please sub
resume to Karen Gibbons, Office oft
Provost, University of Michigan, 3074 Fle
ing Administration Bldg., Ann Arbor,1
48109-1340.
WORK STUDY student (valid statu
Various office typduties in the Medi
Canter. Call Liz Cle at 936-5504.
WRITING/MEDIA RELATIONS mt
nships available for the 1997-98 acader
year for University of Michigan studen
Minimum 10 hour per week commitm
required. Interns receive $5 per ho
academic credit also available. Applicat
deadline 5 p.m. Monday, April 7. Forj
descriptions and requirements, check post
at CPP or contact Michelle Pierson, 7
7260.

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Sun-Drenched Summer Jobs!
Available Now at
A-1 Lawn Care
Ann Arbor's Largest Lawn Maintenance Co.
0 40-50 hrs./wk.
* Outdoor Work

i Will Train
Crew Leader and Crew Member positions
through Falt start at $6.50-7/hr.
Applicants should be neat in appear-
ance w( good driving record. Apply
today at 719 W. Ellsworth #8
(1 Block West o r State St.)
'8:30 am.-4 p.m. or call 663-3343

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FULL-TIME SUMMER
TEACHING POSITIONS
$450-500 PER WEEK
ding Enrichment Programs for
c tildren of all ages and adults.
Graduate students and graduating
seniors from any discipline who
love books and reading are eligible
to apply. We are seeking people
with warmth, intellectual authority,
and a commitment to high personal
standards. Previous teaching expe-
ri nce (with adults or children) is
able, though not required. We
provide a paid, comprehensive
training program to equip you for
reading instruction. Requires an
undergraduate degree and a reliable
car.

OFFICE/LIBRARY AND PRODUCTION
ASSISTANTS
Part-time to full-time 5-40 hrs./wk., $7/hr.
open in the Center for Professional
Development (CPD). CPD is located on
North Campus and provides distance learning
and continuing education opportunities to
engineers. We are looking for motivated,
innovative staff to join our team who may
also be available for fall work-study
placement. If you would like to work in a fun
environment, contract Nancy at 647-7191 to
arrange for an interview. See gopher
technical work-study posting #0189-
Production Asst. or office postings #2959-
Office Asst. and #2960-Library Asst. for
details of job responsibilities.
PART TIME TEACHER assistants needed
for our licensed pre-school and school-age
child care center. High energy, fun environ-
ment and very rewarding work place. Apply
in person at Jewish Community Center, 2935
Birch Hollow, Ann Arbor or call 971-0990.
POSTAL JOBS FOR '97, No experience.
Free Ap./info. 818-895-3177 x 1011.
PREMIERE BROTHER SISTER CAMP
IN MASS.
Counselor positions for talented & energetic
students a Program Specialists in all Team
Sports, especially Baseball, Basketball,
Roller Hockey, Gymnastics, Field Hockey,
Soccer, Volleyball; 30 Tennis openings; also
Golf, Archery, Riflery, Pioneering/Overnight
Camping, Ropes & Rock Climbing, Weights/
Fitness & Cycling; other openings include
Performing Arts, Fine Arts, Figure Skating,
Newspaper, Photography, Yearbook, Radio
Station & Rocketry; All Waterfront/Pool
Activities (Swimming, Skiing, Sailing,
windsurfing, Canoeing/Kayaking)._Top

ARE YOU A LOVER OF KIDS, hard vi
& fun? We need part-time child care for1
& 7 yr. old kids for summer and next y
Light housekeeping. Must drive.I
smoking. References. Call 996-4136.
CARING INDIVIDUAL for 2 yr. old bo
my west Ann Arbor home. Wed. startin
12:30 pm. More hrs. if desired. Non-sm
Need immed. 332-0514.
CHILD CARE PROVIDER wanted for
infant & toddler in our S.E. Ann Arbor bli
Approximately 20 hrs./wk., hrs. flex. Foam
language a plus. $8/hr., more for rekg
experience. 677-0504.
NEED SITTER 11 & 14 yr.olds. 30-32,
four days/wk. Must have car. Pay ne& 9
9367.
SMALL FAMILY ON old West side se
sitter for 1-2 days/week for 3-4 hours a
Flexible morning or afternoon hours.jC
Cheryl at 665-2410 or e-mail
cheryl@xfer.com
SUMMER CHILD CARE 6, 13 yr. old,i
home, weekdays 7 am to 5 pm. NE
Arbor. Call Susan 995-6317.
WANTED: NANNY w/car for my 2 child
8 & 6, from 0 to 2 p.m. 6/16 to 8/&97
hrs./wk. 665-7079.
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"positive feedback for the (University's)
Medical Center."
But notoriety isn't the University's
main reason for doing the show.
Mike Harrison, public relations
director for University Hospitals, said
through involvement with The
Learning Channel, the hospital "hopes
to increase general public awareness of
the operations and help others who may
be suffering (from similar ailments).'
Karin Muraszko, the medical center's
chief of pediatric neurosurgery featured
recently on the show, said the basic oper-
ations like bunion removals and cesarean
sections appeal to viewers because they
can be obscure and dramatic.
Muraszko performed a selective dorsal
rhizotomy, an operation often done on
children with cerebral palsy. She said
this procedure had the potential to be
"understandable and interesting without
exaggeration" - exactly what the show
was looking for.
"Sensationalism is not the way to sell
medicine;' Muraszko said.
Dr. Steven Bolling, a heart surgeon

a narrator read voice-overs for the live
footage and tape follow-up care of the
patient.
In addition, finding the right doctor to
capture on camera can be tricky.
"You need a doctor who can handle the
added stress," Muraszko said. "A hesi-
tant doctor is not a good choice.
Anything can go wrong in the operating
room.
Bolling performed a mitral valve
reconstruction wearing a novelty frog
hat.
He said he wore the hat "to make the
drama associated with scary procedures
more fun and informative?'
Bolling is no stranger to television.
His TV appearances include medical
shows in South Africa and Japan.
From a cleft-palates removal to heart
surgery, the University's top surgeons
have done it all, and captured interested
viewers from all over the country.
Muraszko said the University is "one
of few hospitals in the country able to
perform the featured procedures?'
Letters from as far away as Puerto
Rico have praised the University sur-
geons for their compassion and hard
work on the show, Streb said.

NCAA H KEY CHAMPIONSIP t
ets - Milwaukee. Set of 3. Call Waiy4
347-4426 (day) or 414-641-0789 (earin
NCAA HOCKEY FINAL Four Tie . I
seats avail. Best offer. 414/250-9885.
RAFTING RAPID FUN! Exciting sp
time rafting in WV. Students save . So
and retreats. S pring specials end Aay
Call Mary 1-800419-1442 for info. Emp
ment opportunities avail.
STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S.
Continental $159 or $239. Bring your C
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Elaii
Regency Travel, 209S. State, 665-5122.

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