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%ENERATION
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he able to get their views, so we could compare
them in four years and see how college, or life,
has changed them,' Krane said.
Gen2001 members are extremely confident
they will get what they want in life. More than
75 percent of them agree that money does not
necessarily lead to happiness.
"1 think that happiness comes from within,
money is self-destructive," said LSA first-
year student Meredith Berg. "Whatever makes
you feel successful and happy is the way you
shQuld go."
Traditional family life is also important to this
year's first-year students. Ninety-six percent ofthe
group plans to get married, with the average pro-
jected marriage age being 26, and 91 percent hope
to have children. Eighty-two percent of Gen2001
members said two-income households are neces-
sary to maintain a comfortable standard of living.
At the same time, 68 percent of Gen2001
'embers condone premarital sex and 64 per-
cent are in favor of living with their partner
before marriage.
Engineering first-year student Michael
Ebeling said he plans to make marriage and
raising a family his top priorities.
"I want to get married and have at least two
kids - maybe three,' Ebeling said. "But defi-

nitely after college, around 25 or 26."
Gen2001 is divided in opinion on the current
state of the nation. Fifty-six percent of
Gen2001 members said the country is going in
the right direction, while 42 percent think it is
going down hill. The biggest problems their
generation faces. they said, are crime and vio-
lence - followed closely by drugs and AlDS.
Nincty-six percent of Gen2001 members say
the nation's education system is a major con-
cern and must be restructured.
"I think economically we are going in the
right direction," Ebeling said. "Morally, I think
that maybe a little more could be done, and I'm
a little concerned." Unlike the majority of
those surveyed, Ebeling said the biggest prob-
lem facing the nation is "corrupt politicians."
Ninety-four percent of Gen2001 members
plan to vote in government elections, and 75
percent say a person of color may be elected as
president in their lifetime. Sixty-four percent
said a woman could be elected president.
"'m very optimistic about a woman becom-
ing president," said LSA first-year student
Anne Nerychel. "It seems we're kind of head-
ing toward a more equilibrium level, and also,
with women becoming a bigger part of the
work force, I can see one coming about in the
near future. And I can definitely see a person
of color becoming president"
The majority of Gen2001 members are con-

cerned about the current state of race relations
in the country. Forty-three percent said they
think relations will improve by 2001.
Nerychel said that with the two lawsuits
filed this past fall against the University's
College of Literature, Science and the Arts and
the Law School targeting the schools' use of
race as a factor in the admissions process, race
relations on campus seem more strained than
ever.
"Everyone doesn't have equal opportunity,"
Nerychel said. "I don't think (race relations)
will improve anytime soon. With all the affir-
mative action things going on, it's been kind of
odd lately - it's kind of shaky.'
Ebeling, on the other hand, was optimistic.
"I think there is still a lot of tension, but
we're heading in the right direction, and things
are getting less severe," he said.
The survey, which was conducted between
November 1997 and January 1998, obtained
information from 2,001 first-year college stu-
dents through 25-minute interviews. The stu-
dents in the sample population were selected
using a method designed to obtain fair repre-
sentation of first-year students across the
nation.
Students can take the survey and compare
their responses with those of the 2,001 students
who actually participated. The survey is avail-
able at wiwws.northwesternmiuttiual.com/2001.

FANS
Continued from Page 1
they love hockey," Johnson said.
Michigan hockey coach Red Berenson said large
cities are now excited to host the hockey final four
because of the event's heightened recognition.
The popularity has grown in just the past three
years with host sites in Cincinatti, Milwaukee and
Boston. The FleetCenter, which seats 17,565 people,
sold out in December.
"I remember we used to get 2,500" at the NCAA
final four, Berenson said.
After yesterday's first semifinal game, the NCAA
had already sold 400 sets of tickets for next year's
hockey championship in Anaheim, Calif.
University of Alaska at Anchorage Athletic
DirectorTim Dillon, whose school is hosting the 1999
final four, said the response has been "tremendous:'
Dillon attributed the early interest in the event to
fans' enthusiasm and respect for the game.
"There's nothing better than good college hock-
ey," Dillon said.
Cymbola said he was comforted yesterday by the
surge of "The Victors!" and the rowdiness of what
some call hockey's most "obnoxious fans."
Michigan fans "are uppity, but they are forever for
their team," Cymbola said.
LSA senior Jon Weiss left Ann Arbor with his
friends at 6 am. on Wednesday to make it to the game,
without knowing if they would be able to buy tickets.

"We decided that as long as we could not miss this
for the world ... we figured we'd make it a road trip'
Weiss said.
Weiss said he does not mind skipping classes to
cheer on the Wolverines.
University alumnus Burt Sage, who graduated in
1951 and now is a CPA in Concord, Mass., said that
although it is tax season, he could not miss the game.
"There's an instant recognition" Sage said. "It's
not hard to spot someone from Michigan."
lniversity alumnus Daniel Van Epps said he
began waiting outside the FleetCenter at 6 a.m. yes-
terday to buy one of the 80 leftover tickets.
"We need another national championship'" Van
Epps said, wearing a Michigan helmet while carry-
ing a hockey stick and Michigan banner. "We'll try
to make it as much like Yost (Ice Area) as we can:'
Even University President Lee Bollinger and
Athletic Director Tom Goss made the trek to
Beantown. "Any time there's a team working
towards a national championship, I want to do every-
thing I can to be there' said Bollinger, who attend-
ed the Michigan-UCLA second-round NCAA bas-
ketball game nearly three weeks ago.
Goss said that although the University had only
about 400 seats to allocate to members of the
University community, he expected a spirited crowd.
"I'm hoping we can bring Yost Field House to the
FleetCenter," Goss said.
-Daily Sports Writer Rick Freeman contributed to
this report

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CLERICAL POSITIONS AVAILABLE
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CLERK-UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
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EASTERN EUROPEfEMPLOYMENT
Teach basic English in major European cities.
Competitive wages + benefits. Ask us howl
(517)336-0625 Ext. K55981.
FAYGO BEVERAGES, INC. offers an ex-
cellent opportunity for yousto acquire sales
experience in the food industry. We are look-
ing for a full time Sales Merchandiser in the
Ann Arbor area.
The successful candidate will be a
personable, assertive individual with the
highest work ethics. Must be able to lift upto
55 lbs. frequently. Must have reliable
transportation and a good driving record. $8/
hr. plus mileage, up to $1,500 in tuition
reimbursement. Full medical benefits. Call
Personnel at 313-925-1600.
FEMALE OR MALE laborer for Northville
based landscape company. Must have own
trans. Starting pay $7.50. 30-40 hrs.wk.
Please contact Angela or Doug at 248-449-
1637.
BARTON HILLS COUNTRY CLUB
Host of 1998 USGA Women's Amateur Open
JOB FAIR
Monday Aprile i, ur-a- .m. andst .m.-ttpm.
if ua are an energnti an motivated ndidubst
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Fil and Partmie, pleasetaptiyisperson fmr
immediate interviews for following positions:
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" Pool and Halfway House snack bars
" Gll course beverage cart
" Bartender
" Dishwasher
" Grounds Maintenance
Great benefits, tree if, flexible hours and a
fun work environmet
Located e
73O Countr Club Road,
Ann Arbor. 734-663-8511.
FILM STUDENT wanted part-time for es-
tablished poster business. Excellent payl 973-
7303.
FUN SUMMER JOBS for students who
want to make a difference. General
counselors, WSI's, arts & crafts, and
specialists needed from June 22 - August 14.
Must live in Bloomfield, Novi, Famngton,
or adjacent areas. WILLOWAY DAY
CAMP 248/932.2123 or e-mail
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GENERAL LABOR/swimming pool
maintenance. Top pay: $600+/wk. for self-
motivated individuals. N.W. Detroit suburbs.
Call Craig at 248-477-7727.
GREAT SUMMER JOB! Sprng Valley
Trout Farm, Dexter. Work with children on
field trips, general farm work, and fish
cleaning. 40 hr. per week. $6.50 per hr. Start
in May. 426-4772.
GREENHOUSE HELP. People needed for
sales & greenhouse work. Job involves work
in April, May & June. For details call 994-
6112. Ask for Paul Nielson.
HAVE AN AMAZING SUMMER! Coed
camp in Massachusetts seeks caring &
motivated college students who love kids.
General & specialty counselors needed. Join
a dedicated team. Competitive salaries +
room+ board+ travel. 800-762-2820.
HELP MOM: 4-8+ hrs./wk. $6/hr. East U. &
Packard clean/paint/etc. 747-9094.
HIGHLY MOTIVATED & positive in-
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Many great professional development
opportunities. P/T & F/T, flex. hrs. including
eves. Positions available: Scheduler:
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entry; editing; analysis. Typing skills
required. $8 - $9/hr. to start. PIT to FT recep-
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afternoons. Great pay. Own car, non-
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INTERESTED IN WORKING with
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competitive. Trans. provided/good salary/fun.
Circle M Day Camp, Wheeling, Illinois. 847-
537-9700.
LABORATORY ASSISTANT $5.50 to
$7.50/hr. 8-20 hours/week for spring and
summer, possibly fall. Laboratory prep work:
media prep.; sterilizing/ordering lab supplies.
Cleaning glassware. Reliable 763-0633.
cverweij@umich.edu
LIFEGUARD & SWIM Instructor positions
avail, at Ann Arbor YMCA PiT hs vary
YMCA membership offered. Starting pay is
$6.50/hr. Please call Erin @ 663-0536 or stop
by 350S. Fifth Ave.
LIFEGUARDS & WSI's
Part time/full time, outdoor pools 5/21 to 9/1/
98, must be 18 yrs. old, current ARC
certification, flexible hours,good pay. Apply
Ann Arbor Realty, 616 Church St., Ann
Arb'r.
MACKINAC ISLAND RESORT HOTEL-
Seeking summer staff-front desk, dining
room, kitchen, & maintenance. Contact Iro-
quois Hotel winter office (in Ann Arbor) at
327-9660 or email at iroquoismw@aol.com
MACKINAC ISLAND'S Murray Hotel
needs year round manager. Live/work 6
months on Mackinac Island and 6 months in
Ann Arbor. Fax resume to 313-665-2644 or
write P.O. Box 7706. Ann Arbor, MI 48107.
Summer
Groundskeeper Wanted
Responsbe fo r maintainig campusground and nurtur-
ing plant materials n campus. As seasns dictate,
assistwith mowing, weed whipping, weeding; leaf pick-
up; shrub and flower bed clean-up; preparing for planting
flower bubs; pruning ornamental trees and shrubs.
Duties also nlude litter pick-up. Pay starts at $7.t per
Desired qualifications:
'Sett-motaton
toepondabilty
'Enhasam
Geuine interest in creating
beautaful and safe campus area.
TonApply call 73553u
Or stop y 5U Mrnds nepartment office for an applca-
ti on between 7:uam-3:uupm weekdas. Grounds
Waste Maeement d PlntSerices ulding (first floor)
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MUSIKER TOURS. Counselors needed for
our stud. travel programs. Applicants must be
21 yrs. old by June 20, 1998. We need
mature, hardworking, energetic individuals
who can dedicate 4-7 wks. this summer
working with teenagers. We will be on cam-
pus interviewing Tues. April 14th. To receive
an application or more info: Call Jen at 888/
8-SU MMER or E-mail:
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Two Student Programmsing Assistants for
a) musical programs and
special events and g
b) lectures/workshops and
' social/cultural programs
for the ieigan League Programming
DESI RED
QUALIFICATIONS
a) First Position
Knowledge of the local music indus-
try and experience in implementing
musical programs/events
b) Second Position
Experience in planning and
implementing educational lectures
and workshops and social/cultural
programs.
TO APPLY
Application forms are available at the
Michigan League Sales and Scheduling
Office, 911 N. University (across
Burton Tower and Hill Auditorium).
For more information please call
the Michigan League Programming
Office, 734-763-4652.
Deadline for application
is Friday, April10.
Hired individuals will start by Fall 1998
NANNIES/LIVE-IN NEEDED for NY/CT/
CA/NJ families. Minimum one year
commitment. Professional and affluent
families. Mst have child-care and/or related
experience. Excellent opportunity for net-
working and saving money. Also acceptng
applications foe new Elite Division. Average
Salaries $00-$500/wk. Limited summer
positions. 1-800-932-2736.
NATIONAL PARK EMPLOYMENT-
Forestry, Wildlife Preserves,
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NEW PUBLICATION IS seeking
reponsible, organized, dependable men and
women for 'soft sell' Advertising Sales.
Hourly salary plus commission, 8-10 hrs. per
week. Call 800-503-4473 for more info. or
email mrosenberg@aol.com.
NUTRITION & CANCER study research
asst. needed. Must have computer & stats
skills. Req. some lab work. Send letter &
resume: S.A. Henderson, HN/EIH, School of
Public Health II, 1420 Washington Heights,
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2029.
OFFICE CLERK: Small Ann Arbor law
firm in need of part time help (15-20 hrs./
wk.). $7.00/hr. Duties: filing, light typing, file
maintenance, errand running (using own
transportation), telephone reception, other
general office assistance. Please respond to:
ierce & Hahn, 709 W. Huron St., Ste 200,
Ann Arbor, MI 48103. fax 747-7450. phone
769-9191.
OLD WEST SIDE DAD NEEDS HELP I
aftemoon per week cleaning house, folding
laundry, etc. Goodepay, flex. hours. 747-
6346. Leave message.
PAINTERS NEEDED to paint. Complexes
in Oakland & Macomb Counties. $7.50-8.00/
hr. and 35-40 hrs./wk. Exp. helpful, but not
nec. Call Christian @ 1800-477-1001 x 406.
PART-TIME YOUTH ADVISORS-Temple
Beth Emeth seeks youth advisors for 1998-99
school year. Youth groups consist of grades
9-12, grade 7 & 8, grades 5 & 6, and grades
3 & 4. Mlstbe available to work on
weekends. Should be familiar with Reform
Temple Youth movement. Send resume so
Youth Committee, Temple Beth Emeth, 2309
Packard, Ann Arbor, MI 48104.
RELIABLE PERSON w/ flex. sched. can
cam up to $7/hr. As a cashier or pharmacy
technician. See manager at Rite Aid at 2541
Jackson Rd.
SALES/MARKETING INTERNSHIPS
University Directories is hiring students to
sell yellow page advertising for the official
telephone directory this summer. Paid
intemship. Training program. Excellent sales/
marketing & management experience. Call 1-
800-743-5556 ext. 143 or visit
www.universitydirectories.com.
SEASONAL GOLF COURSE/GROUNDS
MAINTENANCE positions avail. @ Ann
Arbor Golf & Outing Club located on
Stadium Blvd. across from UM football
stadium. Pay $7-/hr. incl. golf prviledges.
For more info call 995-1588 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
SECRETARY PART-TIME evenings.
Computer skills required. Canton area. 734-
254-1342.
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 o
AARMA, P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
48106.
SPORTS MINDED
Hiring 6-8 individuals for immediate
employment. Starting $8/hr. FI, P/f. Great
for resume. Call 913-5995.
SPORTS OFFICIALS
Are you staying in the Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti
area for the spring/summer? Be a Softball/
Baseball Umpire for kids and/or adults!
Flexible scheduling (eve. hours) and training
is available. Call 994-2300 ext. 209 or 214
for details. Ann Arbor Public Schools Rec. &
Ed. EOE.
SUBSTITUTES NEEDED. NAEYC Ac-
credited Early Childhod Center is in need of
substitues for Spring and Summer. Call 668-
0887.
SUMMER FULL-TIME HELP for very
busy new A2 business. Must have own trans.
Familiar with computer/Windows. Good
communication skills nec. No Dress Codel
$7-8/hr. Call Carla at 761-1150.
SUMMER JOBS! PAINTERS needed, $6-
$9/hr., will train. Student Works Painting 1-
800-899-9675.
SUMMER JOBS
Interested in working outdoors this summer
with fellow college students? interested in a
job that pays $7-10/hr.,35-40 hrs./wk.? We
are currently hiring motivated, hard working
college students to fill painter and foreperson
postons in the following areas for the up-
coming summer: Ann Arbor, ALL Metro
Detroit suburbs, Lansing. Exp. is not nec., we
will provide full (paid) training. Positions are
limited. Act today. For more info 1-800-405-
6227. North America's College-Painters.
TELEMARKETING Eve. $712/hr. No
selling! Call Allen 996-1107.
TEMPORARY LEASING AGENT. Large
Ann Arbor apt. community. Must have
general office experience. April-Labor Day.
Call 734-665-4331.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY Finance Staff is
hiring for Fall/Winter 1998/1999. Gain prac-
tical business experience, work 10 hrs./wk.
Pick up an application at the Student Publica-
tions Building, 420 Maynard. For more
information, Contact Courtney or Jennifer.
763-3246.

SUMMER CAMP JOBS:
Camp Algonquin provides
opportunities to work with boys
and girls, teens, pre-schoolers,
mothers, & senior adults in a
unique multi-cultural overnight
camp serving low-income families.
We need COUNSELORS,
FOOD.SERVICE, LIFE GUARD,
MEDICAL AIDE, ADMIN. ASST.,
FOOD SERVICE ASSISTANTS &
PROGRAM SPECIALISTS. 1-2 yrs.
of college $1200-$2000/season
plus rm/bd. (847)658-8212. /
TRAVEL-TEACH ENGLISH: 5 day/40 hr.
(May 20-24) TESOL teacher cert. course (or
by corresp.) 1000's of jobs avail. NOW.
FREE info. pac4, toll free 1-888-270-2941.

WOULD YOU LIKE TO WORK outdoors
& make $ at the same? P/T garden help
wanted. Flex. hrs. (about 5 hrs./wk.). $8/hr.
Some basic garden knowledge req. Must
have own trans. Call 665-6029.
Would you like to
see your name in
print?
Would you like to
have 40, 000
people read your
work?

Do you like to
have fun Daily?.

If yes, you belong with us!
Be an account executive for the
Classified Saes Dept of
The Michigan Daily
Applications available Q 420
Maynard. Due Friday, April 3 by 5
p.m. Questions? Call 764-0557
WANT A SUMMER ADVENTURE? Help
1,000 bicyclists cross the pountry. Support
the Amer Lung Assoc. Discover the frontier
within yourself. Volunteer, join th Crew! Call
1-800-BIG-RIDE today.
WANTED ACCOUNTING STUDENTS
for part-time bookkeeing positions w/ A2
firm. Flex. hrs. 913060.
WANTED: Subjects for psychology experi-
ment on perception at U of M. Takes 1 hr.
pays $10. Must be native English speaker &
20/20 correctable vision. Call 936-2825.
WEB PROFESSIONALS Wanted. Web
Elite is currently hiring programmers, graphic
designers, & multimedia specialists with
strong Inemne knowledge for part-time &
full-time positions. Visit us on the Web at
www.webelite.com Fax resume to 997-9177
child care
AFTER SCHOOL CHILD CARE
NEEDED. Spr./sum. or longerterm. Looking
for warm & exp. caregiver 3 aftemoons/wk.
Tues. 3-6:30 p.m. Thurs. & Fri. 3-5:30 p.m.
Mome sum. hrs. if desired. 2 children, ages 8
& 12 in our Bums Park home. Good pay for
reliable n-smkg. w/own trans., ref. 769-2875.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for2 yr.old inmy
home. TuesThurs. momings Wed.-Fri. 11-4
near campus, bus stops. May-July. Call 994-
5512.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for after school
during May-June. 1 child, car necessary. Old
West Side. 668-1332.
BABYSITTER NEEDED- responsible, non-
smkr. w/car, fOr 15-25 hrs./wk. Day,
evenings, or wknds. Great Pay! 663-3223.
CHILD CARE for infant in our N.E. Ann
Arbor home. Full time, Mon.-Fri. Start July.
Non-smoker. Previous exp. & references
required. 913-4073.
CHILD CARE 3 children ages'1, 3, & 6. M
10-4:30, T 11-6, Th 11-6, Ann Arbor. Own
trans. N-smkg. Must have exp., energy,
enthusiasm. Apr 27-June 12. Sum./Fall hrs.
avail. $7/hr. Call w/ ref. 669-0956.
CREATIVE FUNLOVING person to care
for 6 yr. old twin boys and 2 yr. old. May-
August M-Th. We need Mary Poppins. Own
car, ref. 482-8265.
HARD WORKING COUPLE seeks kind,
caring, reliable person to care for our new-
bom baby girl in our Canton home. Non-
smkr. Exp. w/infants 3-4 days/wk. 7 am-6pm.
Begin in June 734-397-1872.
INTERESTED IN PLAYING for part of the
summer and working the rest? Then we have
the job for you. Looking for a loving, non-,
smoking nanny for our three girls (10, 6, and
4) from June 29-August 22, full time (much
of it at the pool). Great pay. Must have own
car and references. Live in or out. 668-8044.
SITTER NEEDED June-Aug. 3 kids 12 &
15 yrs. old. 15-20 hrs. 3-4 times/wk. Must
have car pay neg. Call 995-9367.
- tckes & trumavel
$ LOW FARES WORLDWIDE & Summer
Charters o Europe. Frankfurt frees$629,
London from $449, Shannon frees $429. t-
stant purchase Eurail passes. Regency Travel
209 S. State 665-6122.

$ STUDENTS Purchase your tickets with
Continental vouchers & Amex card. Regency.
Travel 209 S. State St. 665-6122. Frances.
INTERNATIONAL DISCOUNT airfares in
Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America.
Student Travel Breaks in Ann Arbor. Stamos
Travel 663-4400.
WINTER ESCAPE- Cozy log cabins on
lake. $54-79 nly. Incl. hot tub, cross country
trails & more. Near downhill. Traverse City.
616/276 9502.
music
. . . .
BANJO LESSONS. Traditional clawham-
mer & up-picking styles. Reasonable rates.
Exp. teacher. Jon 761-4318.
HUNDREDS OF INSTRUMENTS. Not
just guitars. Percusion & Wind. Herb David
Guitar Studio. 302 E. Liberty. 665-8001.
Sannouncements
ADOPTION Loving, college educated
couple wishes to adopt. We can providea
child w/ a fine education and beautiful home
filled w/ much love & laughter. Please C-l
Cindy & Don 800-33-2116.
GOVT. FORECLOSED homes from pen-
nies on $1. Delinquent Tax, Repo's. REOs.
Your Area. Toll Free (1) 800-218-9000 Ext.
H-1864 for current listings.
PARENTS NEED A PLACE TO STAY
during graduation? Clean, comfortable bed &
breakfast type lodging in Toledo area. 40
min. from A2. Call 419-843-2587.
TEACHERS OPEN HOUSE Saturday,
April 4,;11-1:00. Child Care Connection will
be hosting an Open House for prospective.
full time & part time teachers for our multi-
age infant/preschool center. Tour our build-
ing and receive information about our great
salary package. 2664 Miller, Ann Arbor.
994-1150
roommates
2 ROOMMATES WANTED to share 2
bdrm. apt. off North Cmps. May to May n .
$250/mo. Fem. only Call 747-6893.
3 HOUSEMATES NEEDED Fall/Winter.
1401 S. State St.
Call Cheri 327-0019 or Jen 998-4723.
FEMALE UNDERGRAD. looking for a
room in a house/apt. to rent for Fall '98 only.
Please call Elana @ 668-1632.
HOUSEMATE WANTED! 1 rm. avail, in 4
bdrm. hse. $350/mo. + util. ldry., prkg.,
dwsher., 2 fall baths. Share w/3undrgrads.
PFenale pref. Call Lynn 764-2901.
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