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The Washington Post
WASHINGTON - The Federal Trade
Commission announced plans yesterday to
0evamp its long-criticized system for measur-
g tar and nicotine in cigarettes to reflect the
ways that people smoke.
Even though the new system - which
would provide a range of nicotine and tar
delivery per cigarette - would give smokers
a better idea of what they're getting, the com-
mission also proposed that companies warn
consumers that lower ratings do not neces-
sarily guarantee afer smoke.
"The amount of tar and nicotine that a
smoker gets is going to vary based on how
iat cigarette is smoked," said Lee Peeler, the
,TC's associate director for advertising prac-
tices. "It's not like calories in a cookie."
The FTC's test method was originally devel-
oped in 1967 to rank cigarettes, with hopes that
brands lower in tar and nicotine would reduce
health problems caused by smoking. In the

intervening years, many consumers have come
to believe that "light" and "ultra-light ciga-
rettes" were safer than full-strength brands.
(Generally, the term "low tar" means 7 to 15
milligrams per cigarette, and "ultra low tar"
means 6 milligrams or less.)
However, a light cigarette smoker who
puffs intensely or who covers the tiny vent
holes on cigarette filters that dilute the smoke
can get just as much nicotine and toxins as
those who smoke full-strength cigarettes.
The commission's proposal also calls for
mandated warnings in all cigarette advertise-
ments that would explain the risks more fully.
One potential notice would state:"There's no
such thing as a safe smoke. Even cigarettes
with low ratings can give you high amounts
of tar and nicotine. It depends on how you
smoke." Another would read: "How much tar
and nicotine you get from a cigarette depends
on how intensely you smoke it."
Peggy Carter, a spokesperson for R.J.

Reynolds Tobacco Co., said Tuesday that the
company had not yet had time to review the
proposal, but had long recognized that smok-
ers' habits affected nicotine and tar delivery.
She compared the figures to the
Environmental Protection Agency's car rat-
ings: "If you're a leadfoot, you're not going
to get the same gas mileage."
A leading tobacco researcher said yester-
day that the FTC proposal did not go far
enough to correct the many misimpressions
that smokers have about the relative risk of
light cigarettes. "Advertising stinks as a way
to tell smokers about their cigarettes," said
Pennsylvania State tobacco researcher Lynn
T. Kozlowski.
Kozlowski noted that since the FTC rule
would cover only advertisements, it would
not affect smokers of low-cost, unadvertised
generic brands - and added that few smok-
ers actually absorb the tar and nicotine infor-
mation found in any advertisements.

the 2 and 1/2 years I have been in MSA," Nagrant
said.
Communications Committee Chair Ryan
Friedrichs also said the meeting was successful.
"People are beginning to see MSA as a bigstudknt
service not a play government which is the whale
idea," said Friedrichs, an LSA junior.
Engineering Rep. Mark Dub said the assembly w s
definitely more productive then any other year.
"People came in with a whole new attitude,"Dub
said. "Everyone cooperated and stuck to the agendi.
MSA has found a new focus to work towards serving
the students."
Delta Gamma's house mother.
"She's an extremely intelligent woman who has a lot
going for her and also knows how to have fun," said
Lauren Pascoe, president of Delta Gamma. "She does-
n't fit the stereotype of the typical beauty queen."
Schaffner said she felt somewhat starstruck after
her friend received the Miss Michigan crown, but
claims Stec remains humble depite her successes.
"Obviosly any presentations that I've done have
helped elipse because thirty percent (of the total
score) is based on public speaking," Stec said.
Forty percent of her score is based on the talent
portion, 30 percent is based on a private 15-minute
interview with a seven-judge panel, 15 percent is
based on the swimsuit competition and 15 percent
is based on an evening gown competition.

INTERESTED IN WORKING in the
library? Immediate work study positions
available in the Graduate, Science,
Undergraduate, Media Union, Taubman, and
other campus libraries. Positions offer
flexible shifts as well as a variety of tasks,
suth as shelving, circulation, & office
assistance. If interested, please come apply at
Library Human Resources, 404 Hatcher
#5 6t. EOE.
A W FIRM NEEDS part-time clerk,
messenger. Must be reliable, have depend-
able transportation & flexible schedule. Con-
tact Kay Lang at 930-2490.
LEGAL SECRETARY: Full or part-time.
Call 663-2233.
LUNCH waitstaff & cashier needed. Exp.
prof. China Gate 1201 S. University.
*ARKETING/BUSINESS MAJOR for in-
sujance office. Filing customer service
flexible hrs. Excellent pay. 677-1555.
MAX & ERMA'S currently hiring for the
lowing positions: day servers wknd.
ilability a must.
Dishwasher AM/PM wknds.
prep cooks
ppy Mon-Fri bet. 2 & 4
445E. Eisenhower.
MEDIA ASSISTANT II to schedule, coor-
4inate and deliver video, computer & audio
tisual equipment and materials. Experience
helpful but not necessary. Some pre 8 a.m.
and/or post 5 p.m. duties may be included,
12-20 hrs./wk. Contact Mike Duvendeck @
447-2549 or mmdeck@umich.edu
MERCHANDISER FULL TIME/PART
I TIME
Wanufactuirers' Representative is in need of
in-store merchandiser for the largest and
fstest growing home center in America.
reat account to grow with $$$I You'll be
Iesponsible for ensuring products are
displayed and stocked. Positive customer
contact required as well as some lifting and
ldder climbing. (708)496-2400 ask for John.
THOMAS SALES, MARKETING AND
D TRIBUTION.
MODELS-PRINT, Film, Trade. USA
Models 248-788-8800.
MOTHERS HELPER that enjoys 7 & 9 yr.
dS. Help with transportation, dinner, & light
'Tahires. Tues., Wed., & Thurs,, 3:30 to
6)opm. $8.00/hr. Need car. Call 971-2674.
MYSIC INDUSTRY: Booking agency seeks
irtems. Call Jeremy at 313/995-5777.
NEED A JOB with flexible hours??? Call
the Summit Party Shoppe at 730 N. Main
(Comer of Main & Summit). Dependable
stck person needed for eve, shift. $6.50/hr.
Call Faye at 761-8899.
NEED CASH? UPB's the answer. Flexible
hours. $7/hr. Call DK at 971-1199.
Fall & Winter
Groundskeeper Wanted
Responsible for maintaining campus ground and nurtur-
ng 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 and snow removal. Pay
starts at $7.00 per hour; flexible schedules available
Desire qualifications:
'Sell-motivation
'Dependability
*Enthusiasm
\ 'Genuine interest in creating
beautiful and safe campus area.
To Apply: call 763-5539
Or stop by UM Grounds Department office for an applica-
tion between 7:00am-3:O'm weekdays. Grounds &
Waste Management ,Plant Services Building (first floor)
1111 Palmer Dr. (behind the Power Center)
NEEDED: CAREGIVER for an incomplete
dnplegic. No exp. nec. On-job training.
Willing to relocate in sunny, smiling Califor-
nia for 6 month min. Travel expenses paid.
Salary neg. Call between 1-6 p.m. 616/352-
4555.
NEEDED: College students, part time job,
$12+/hr., Contact us www.ptjobcom
NOW HIRING
The Michigan League Buffet is now hiring
students for Fall and Winter. Excellent pay.
Great hours (no nights or weekends).
enefits include: food discount and
rtunities for scholarship for continued
employment. Please apply at the Michigan
League Buffet between 11 am-2 pm M-F or
the Michigan League Administrative Office
at 911 N. University.
OFFICE ASST. FOR law firm to do tasks
irtl. filing, copying, mail preparation, er-
rands to courts and banks, etc. M-F
afternoons, 3-4 hrs./ day. Own trans. Resume
to Westerman & Associates 345 S. Division
A2 48104/ fax 995-9738.
OFFICE ASST. part time. Mac intelligent,
bookkeeping, customer service, inventory.
lexible hrs. 973-2948.

RECEPTIONIST-ASSISTANT: Well
organized, punctual, person needed by fast-
paced real estate and legal firm. Computer,
filing and communication skills (along with
professional appearance) required, book
keeping experience desirable. Send resume
and salary requirements to: Lake Forest
Partners, Suite 200, 206 S. Fifth Ave., Ann
Arbor, MI 48104.
RENNAISANCE CLOTHIER is now in-
terviewing for part-time openings. The posi-
tions are both immediate & for the near
future. Contact Dave Gilbert 769-8511.
RESEARCH OFFICE SEEKS part-time of-
fice assistant(s). Flexible hours. Duties
include: general office tasks(filling, mailing,
billing) and use of computer applcations
(word processing, spreadsheets). Bring
resume to 3084 Institute for Social Research,
426 Thompson Street.

SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for an infer-
tility clinic. Male students or grads. 20-40
yrs. old are sought. Donors are paid $60 per
acceptable donation. Write APRL, P.O. Box
2674, Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
SPECIAL GIFT-We're looking for healthy
women between the ages 21-35 for egg
donation. All ethnic backgrounds are
encouraged. Fee paid. Send inquiries to
AARMA, P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
48106.
SPRING BREAK! Out going individuals -
sell 15 & go FREE. Cancun, South Padre,
Mazatlan, Jamaica, South Beach FL. Guaran-
teed Best Prices 1-800-SURFS-UP.
www.studentexpress.com
STATION ATTENDANT for North Cam-
pus gas station. Part-time evenings &
weekends. Call 663-6019 for interviews.
STUCCHI'S-BEST ICE CREAM in A2
needs energetic, honest, hard working part
timers or full timers. Competitive wages &
flexible scheduling. Apply at all locations.
STUDENT CUSTODIANS WANTED for
Fall/Winter 1997-98. Good physical
condition: cleaning, lifting, odd jobs. Stu-
dents enthusiastic, punctual and flexible will
receive top consideration. Good working
conditions. Good pay. Must be available 8:15
a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Tues. and Thurs. Work
Study welcome but not required. Apply now.
Call 764-0550 or stop by room 210A Stu-
dents Publications, 420 Maynard Street.
STUDENT EMPLOYMENT at Pierpont
Commons Cafe. Flexible hours, free meal,
M-F great pay. Call Tim at 764-7535.
STUDENTS
Lawyers Club Dining is hiring for fall term
$7-$8 to start. Catering opportunities. Meal
benefits. Apply in person or call 764-1115.
551 S. State St. (corner of State and S.
University).
SUPERSTAR STUDENTS NEEDED! Earn
$ signing up friends & classmates for our
credit cards. Opportunity to advance to cam-
pus manager involving hiring & training
other students. No car required. Must be out-
going & aggressivel Flexible hours & great
income! Call Ellen 800-592-2121 ext.116.
TELEMARKETING Eve. $7/hr. 10+ hrs./
wk. No sellingl Call Allen 996-1107.

team. We pride
selves in offering
best service to our+
tomers and outstan
wages and benefit
our employees.

tality TEMPORARY DELIVERY POSITION
our- AVAILABLE Drivers are needed to deliver
construction material on U of M campus.
the Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Pay rate of $6.75 per hour. Valid drivers
CUS- license is required. Applicant must not have
d. any lifting restrictions. Vehicle will be
g provided. Fill out application at: 326 E.
s to loover, U of M Plant Contracting Group
office located behind U of M Football
Stadium. Phone 936-0264.

WANTED: COUNTER HELP at UM bus.
school snack bar. Pay rate $6.25/hr. to start.
We hire work-study. Will train. Shifts avail.
7-11 a.m. & 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Mon.-Fri. Please
contact Gayle Flowers or Petey Blyveis 936-
3160. EOE.
WANTED: ORDER PULLER. $9.34/hr.
Starts at 4 p.m. for VSA of Michigan, 8979
Samuel Barton Dr. Belleville 48111. 800/
288-8680.
WEB SITE ASSISTANT
The Great Lakes Commission seeks part-time
web site asst. to update and maintain files on
the Great Lakes Information Network. Must
have experience using HTML and
WordPerfect or MS Word for Windows.
Requires demonstrated reliability, accuracy
and attention to detail. 15-20 hrs/wk. $8/hr.
No phone calls please. Send letter/resume to:
GLIN Director, Great Lakes Commission,
400 Fourth St., Ann Arbor, M 48103-4816.
WIDE WORLD SPORTS CENTER is
hiring morning or evening receptionist,
concessions, soccer director, referees &
instructors. Please come to 2140 Oak Valley
Dr. (located behind Target) to fill out
application.
WORK NOW! $6.50/hr. Create your own
sched. valuable computer & comm. skills.
Flexible hrs. & fun atmosphere. Paid training.
For application & info stop by MI Telefund,
611 Church #304 or call 998-7420
WORK STUDY STUDENTS.
Lawyers Club Dining is hiring for fall term.
$7-$8 to start. Catering opportunities. Meal
benefits. Apply in person or call 764-1115.
551 S. State St. (corner of State and S.
University).
WORK STUDY OFFICE positions at Stu-
dent Publications. We're looking for
punctual, energetic students for assisting with
some or all of mail, phones, filing, cash
receipts, library, database coordination.
Various hrs. available. Pay $5.90 to $6.75 per
hr. Call for information or apply at 764-0550,
210E Student Publications.
WORK-STUDY positions are immediately
available in two biochemistry labs. Duties in-
clude maintenance of laboratory glassware,
and preparation of solutions, reagents, and
growth media. Friendly people, great work-
ing environment, flexible hours. $7.00-
$10.00/hr. Contact Ted at 647-6795.
WORK-STUDY STUDENTS: Looking for
a variety of work experiences? Flexible
hours. Evenings/weekends possible. Com-
puter skills (word processing, data entry) a
plus. Off-campus office. Own transportation
necessary. Free Parking. Contact heidi or
Peg at: 998-7832 to schedule an interview.
Y&S SANDWICHES CAFE hiring crew
employees, shift managers, & drivers, no
grease. Very flexible hours. Short & long
shifts avail. Stop by the downstairs Michigan
Union Food Court.
child care
!!SITTER/NANNY NEEDED Wednesday
& 1 other afternoon. 3-7 p.m. Must drive.
Children ages 9, 13, & 15. Excellent pay for
qualified applicant. 663-6030.
**NURTURING, ENERGETIC childcare
provider in our home. Approx. 2hrs./wk.
on., Tues., & Thurs. Call 66329354.
2 GREAT KIDS need afternoon babysitter
on Mon. & Thurs. Call 662-4805.
3 BOYS AGES 8, 10 & 12 seek afterschool
care in their SW Ann Arbor home. Light
housekeeping. Trans. req. 761-5149.
ABLE RESPONSIBLE LOVING person to
care for 6 & 9 yr. old girls, SE Ann Arbor
home. Professional couple. Mon.-Fri. 3-6:30
p.m. (Some flexibility) Excellent pay. Must
have car. N-smkr. 973-6660 eve. & wknd, or
leave message.
ADORABLE BOYS (1 yr. & 3 yrs.)
seek in-home care (exp., ref.). Please call
761-5589.
AFFECTIONATE responsible care needed
for 3 yr. old boy Fri. 2:30-5:30 p.m., & Sat.
4:30-9:30 p.m. Own car. Non-smoker,
experience, & ref. 971-5768.
AFTER SCHOOL SPECIAL! Great pay.
Great kids. Great afternoon hours. Have car?
Call Barb 313-662-3341.
AFTER SCHOOL child care needed. Must
have excellent references and good driving
record. Generous salary. Call 995-0560.
AFTER SCHOOL CHILD CARE for 3
great kids. 2-3 afternoons 3:30-6. Own car,
non-smoker. Call 995-5348.
BABYSITTER Needed for 9 yr. old girl.
After school/eve. Tue., Thurs., Fri. Hrs. flex.
Must have car. 668-0240.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for 18 mo. old
daughter. Tuesday[Ihursday mornings in my
home. Call 994-5512.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for 2 children

BABYSITTER NEEDED Occasional wknd.
or wk. eves. Adorable 2yr. old. 994-3698/
913-3448 day. Call Gwen. Refs. pref.
BABYSITTER NEEDED: delightful 3 & 5
yr. old boys, Burs park area. Mon a.m.,
Wed. a.m., every other Thur. 5:30-8, wknd.
times. $7/hr. Car needed. Call 663-1455 if
avail. any of these times.
BABYSITTER NEEDED Tues. 8 a.m.-2
p.m. Occasional eves. & wknds. Ref. req.,
close to campus. Call Kathy 668-2467.
CHILD CARE PROVIDER wanted in our
home. 30-40 hrs./wk. Salary, benefits & hrs.
are neg. for the right person. 4 yr. old girl, 2
yr. old boy. 995-3809.
CHILD CARE needed. 5 & 9 year old boys.
3 afternoons after school. 10-15 hrs./wk. 663-
3482. Exp. reference nec.
CHILD CARE NEEDED FOR two boys
ages 2 & 5. 15 hours/week. Flexible hours. 1
mile from campus. 761-1306.
CHILD CARE NEEDED Tues. & Thurs. 3-
5:30 pm. Experience preferred. References
required. Call Cheryl 975-0434.
CHILD CARE FOR 3 young, very active
kids. Mon. & Wed. 5:30-8PM & some wknd.
hrs. NE A2, must have car. $8/hr. Call Cindy
w/ refs. 663-0191.
CHILD CARE - Eleven year old. Own
transportation helpful but not required.
Sporadic evenings and weekend hours. $6.60
to start. Tolerance for birds, cats and large
dog a must. 7414874.
CHILDCARE For happy, healthy 3 yr. old
girl. Previous exp. & references req. 6-16
flexible hours/week. 1 1/2 miles from U of M
Stadium, ideal for students. Call 936-1110 or
913-3205 (days).
CHILDCARE PROVIDER wanted: 3
Children ages 5 to 10 need care Mon. - Fri. 4
to 5 hrs./day. Person should be loving and
caring. $7/hr. Call 677-6902 evenings.
CHILDCARE FOR INFANT TWINS in
Saline home, Part-time, flex. hrs., reference
required. 313-429-8444
CODIRECTOR & SUPPORT staff needed
part-time for afterschool program serving
special needs students. Call Just Us Club
994-8111 ext. 1699.
EARLY CHILDHOOD substitutes needed.
Work according to your availability with
young children in a fun environment. Call Pat
at St. Paul's Early Childhood Center 668-
0887.
ENERGETIC BABYSITTER wanted. 2
days a week- 3 small children. Own transpor-
tation required. Call 313-944-2232
EXPERIENCED CAREGIVER needed for
11/2 yr. old in our Ann Arbor home. N-smkr.
References, own trans. 994-0393.
EXPERIENCED, Fun sitter needed for our 2
children (age 3,6). In our home (near
campus) 7-10 hrs./wk. Times negotiable $7/
hr. call 665-2803.
EXPERIENCED, CARING, fun-loving,
non-smoker who likes dogs wanted to watch
our 3 1/2 year old daughter. M&F. Reliable
car a +. House cleaning work available if
interested. Call 668-7809.
FATHER'S HELPER wanted through Mid-
June, M-F 3:30-7:30 pm. Be there when kids
return from school. General management of
household including dinner, errands, and
light cleaning. Own car & references
required. $180/wk. 741-7425.
INFANT CARE wanted for 7 mo. old in
Bums Park home. Hours flex. 995-9742.
MOTHER'S HELPER- 10-20 hrs/wk. Must
have car. Call 944-1700.
PART-TIME CHILDCARE & mother's
helper for school age children, non-smoker,
own car, reliable. Mon. & Wed. from 3:30 -
6:30 PM. 662-7119.
RESPONSIBLE SITTER/Companion for
eleven year old boy. 3-6 pm Mon-Fri. Near
Central Cmps. After 6 call 663-2206.
RESPONSIBLE NON-SMOKER for
afterschool eves., & weekend care. Art,
music, language, & sports interests. Must
have own car. 663-3223.
RUSSIAN OR FRENCH speaker needed
for toddler in Bums Park home. Mornings or
9-5 weekdays. Call 930-1622.
SITTERS for 10 year old high func. boy w/
autism. Good pay. 426-8556.
WANTED CHILDCARE workers after
school program K-5. $6.50/start. Call King
Care @ 994-4485.
WANTED: CHILD CARE for a newborn in
our Bums Park home. i eve./week for UofM
home football games. 668-0273.
WED. MORNINGS and/or occasional eves.
Start at $7/hr. Call Sally 975-9473.
WEEKLY WOMEN'S GROUP seeks
dependable, experienced child care. Own
transportation please. Dana 741-8284.
k __________

NEED 4 TICKETS for Notre Dame football
game. Call 313-394-0633.
NEED 6 NOTRE DAMFJUM football li
Will pay big $. Call Jill 761-2790.
NOTRE DAME TICKETS wanted. Call
Jim 495-1015 evenings or message.
ROMANTIC GETAWAY- Cozy log cabins
on lake. $54-79 ntly. Incl. hot tub, canoes &
more. Traverse City. 616/276-9502.
SPRING BREAK Reps wanted for Atapu
co from $559. Quad Call Dan Regency
Travel 665-6122. ,
SPRING BREAK '98 - Sell Trips, Earm
Cash & Go Free!!! STS is now hiring campus
reps. Check out our great trips to Jamaica &
Mexico. Call 800/648-4849.
SPRING BREAK! Free travel/highest
commissions. Jamaica, Cancun, Bahamas,
Barbados, Florida, Padre & More! Free
parties, drinks & eats! FRee info packet.
Sunsplash Tours 1-800-426-7710.
STUDENTS Purchase your tickets with Con-
tinental vouchers & Amex card. Regency
Travel 209S. State St. 665-6122.
UM FOOTBALL TICKETS for sale. All
games available. 996-4414.
WANT TO BUY 1 student season football
ticket. Call 517-694-5612 evenings.
WANTED! Student Tickets to UM vs.
Colorado. Sect. 24 or 25. Will pay.TQP
DOLLAR for tickets. call 810-623-7930
WANTED: 2 TICKETS for UM vs. Ohio
State. Not in student section. 930-2965.;
music
K _e
FREE CD CATALOG: Tired of paying
$15+ for a CD? Previously owned CDs, your
favorites at unbeatable prices, 10%
guaranteed. Web Site www.usedd.om
USEDCD, PO Box 31, Jericho, NY'11/53
toll free 1-888-USEDCDS fax 516-677-6007
LESSONS-STRING-WIND-PIANO. You
can play today - Herb David Guitarsttudio
302 E. Liberty 665-8001.
announcements
n/
BASKETBALL PLAYERS WANTED 5-7
guys needed to practice/scrimmage-wl the
UofM women's team this fall. Must be a
student; high school experience; 12:30 - 3:15.
Practice gear provided. Interested..:call
Eileen 763-1443.
DR. RALPH WILLIAMS on "Speaing
One's Self: Commitment and the University
Community." Sunday,.Sept. 14th at Campus
Chapel, 1236 Washtenaw Ct. Light supper at
6 . talk at 7 p.m. Contact: Marcy Carlson
INFORMATIONAL MEETING for those
interested in becoming a U-M mens basket-
ball manager. Thurs. Sept 18 @ 7pm at Cris-
ler Arena.
INTRODUCTORY ZEN Meditation
Course, 5 Thurs. eves. starts on 9/11. Yoga
class 6 Tues. eves. begins 9/9. Sunday
services; morning meditation 9:30, afternoon
meditation & chanting 5 pm, talks follow All
welcome. Zen Buddhist Temple 1214
Packard, at Wells 761-6520
aN'
roommates1
HOUSEMATE NEEDED to share 3 bdrm.
hse. N-smkr. Fem. Pref. 10 minute walk to
central cms. Washr/Dryr. 1 blk. from Yost.
Call 996-5932. $350 + util.
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION!
Roommates needed to share 5 bdrm. hse.
near Business School. 662-0070.

615 E. Huron Street
Ann Arhr MI

RESEARCH PARTICIPANTS Needed: are
you a woman who has been suffering from
"TMJ" or chronic facial pain for 6 months or
longer? Qualified participants receive free
dental evaluation, $ 1504$300 compensation
at completion. Study involves overight stays
in hospital (may be scheduled for weekdays
or weekends) and blood sampling through an
IV. No medications are given. Women (18-
40) with normal menstrual cycles who are
taking no regular medications (birth control
is acceptable) and who have had no previous
jaw surgery may be eligible to participate.
Please contact Michelle at 936-4845 for fur-
ther details and screening.
Restaurant
FLEXIBLE
SHIFTS
No Experience
Necessary
Something Exciting Is Brewing...fresh career
challenge at Tim Hortons! Fresh-baked
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THE BLUE FRONT is hiring! Be casual,
dependable and smart. Apply in person, 701
Packard. Thanks.
TUTOR NEEDED for high school Spanish
stud. pursuing independent study. High
school level 4 approx. second yr. college
level. Senior or grad stud. pref. 761-5102.
TUXEDO WORLD HIRING full & part-
time up to $10/hr., benefits available. If you
are an enthusiastic.& hard working individual
please apply at: 893 W. Eisenhower Pkwy.,
Ann Arbor, or call: 313/663-5780 for
appointment.
Are you still searching
HIGH & LOw for that
perfect" iob?
Let us help you find one.
The Michigan Daily
Classifieds Soles
Department is currently
looking for fun, energetic,
creative, industrious
students to fill the position
of CLASSIFIED ACCOUNT
EXECUTIVE for Fall/Winter
term.
Applications & interview
sign-ups are available at
420 Maynard, Student
Publications Bldg. 2nd. floor.
Questions? Just call 764-0557.

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OUR CHILDREN need you to play & learn
wjth them at our child care centers. If you are
available any full or half days, Mon.-Fri.,
please call 761-2576. $7.00 per hour.
PFT. MAINTENANCE for church. Incl.:
light ground/interior maintenance and vehicle
supervision. Call Patrick @ 971-5258.

HIGH QUALITY Afford. band wanted for
Halloween party. Call Julian 930-2745.
WOULD LIKE AUDIO TAPE of U-M vs.
Purdue game w/ Bob Ufr, broadcast on
WTKA Sat. 9/6. Will buy/trade for other
programs. Call 248-661-8405, Dr. Pearl.
Mibluan1g Aluni!

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