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*DPS plans
sHASH BASH
Continued from Page
Personal Responsibility Amendment initiative
to the November ballot. The initiative would
make marijuana use legal in Michigan, as long
as it is in the home.
"Why should it be illegal?" Brook asked.
Speakers at the event will include Elvy
Musikka, one of eight people in the country
receiving medicinal marijuana from the gov-
ernment; Jack Herer, who founded the group
Help Eliminate Marijuana Prohibition; and
Chef Ra, the culinary columnist from High
Times Magazine. Reggae musician Andrew
Tosh will provide entertainment.
Hash Bash has become increasingly support-
ed by people travelling to Ann Arbor in the
past years for the event.

increased presence
Students "won't come to the Hash Bash enforce state law," Washtenaw Cour
because they think they'll be kicked out of tant Prosecuting Attorney Joe Burke s
school," Brook said, but added, "We have a DPS spokeswoman Diane Brown
higher ratio of students than at football games." cers will be increasing their covera
Hash Bash organizers suggest not smoking Diag on Saturday and will receivea
on the Diag, although Brook said it would be from the Washtenaw County Sheriff
an admirable act of "social disobedience" mcnt.
Supporters of pot legalization have hailed "Unfortunately, the use of drugs an

on Diag for Hash Bash

ty

Assis- expression of ideas," Brown said. "We do not

aid.
said offi-
ge of the
assistance
's Depart-
nd alcohol

Ann Arbor as a marijuana mecca because of
the festival and the city ordinance that imposes
only a $25 fine for possession of the drug.
Under state law, the same crime is an arrestable
offense carrying up to a year in prison and a
$1,000 fine.
The Department of Public Safety will
enforce state law at Hash Bash, because the
University is state-owned property.
"If a person is arrested by anybody but (an
Ann Arbor police officer) they could only

has traditionally accompanied this event,"
Brown said, noting that officers made about 40
arrests last year.
Last year, Hash Bash drew about 5,000 peo-
ple and included pro-marijuana speakers such
as Tommy Chong and Steve Hager, editor of
High Times Magazine.
The University allows the event to take place
because the organizing committee is headed by
a student.
"We are supportive of free speech and

condone the use of drugs on our campus."
The long-term popularity of Hash Bash,
which was born out of a protest for the drug
arrest of a local man in 1970, seems to reflect
recent studies that indicate marijuana is consis-
tently the most popular illicit drug.
A University study released in December
indicated that 17 percent of eighth-graders, 32
percent of 10th-graders and 38 percent of high
school seniors had used marijuana in the past
year.
"Rates are down a bit from where they were
a couple years ago," said Lloyd Johnston, the
principal investigator of the University's Moni-
toring the Future study, which tracks drug use
of 50,000 U.S. teens.
In guessing at reasons for the drug's popular-
ity, Johnston cited its availability and percep-

tion as the least dangerous illicit drug.
"It also had symbolic meaning back in the
Vietnam era with being associated with the
counterculture," he said.
Johnston also said he does not expect the
popularity of drugs to drop anytime soon, say-
ing that if it isn't marijuana, it will be some-
thing else.
"There are always new drugs coming onto
the scene," he'said. The drug epidemic keeps
rolling - the Internet spreads information on
how to make drugs and their perceived bene-
fits," he said, citing ecstasy as an example.
But some people are just fine with things the
way they are now.
Hash Bash "is a pilgrimage day - people
don't care if it snows," said James Millard, the
owner of Pure Productions, a hemp goods store
on South Fourth Avenue.

SUBLET. May-Aug. Fully furn. 4-5 person
house. 2 bath, free prkg., Idry. Front porch.
j ew kitchen.411 Hill. Price neg. 327-1034.
P TO 6 BDRM. in Ige. hse. avail. 2
kitchens, 2 baths. Corner cj S. Forest
& Oakland. Rent neg. 761-2280.
VERY LARGE APT. 2 bdrmn, 2 balconies,
fully loaded kitchen & prkg spot. Great
location close to B-school and law school.
Rent very neg. Call Jason and Neil at 332-
7845 or email at castroi@umich.edu.

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services

COLLEGE CLEANERS: Prof. Dry
Cleaning and Laundry shirts, Free summer
storage. 715 N. Univ., next to Hill, 662-1906.
COUNSELING FOR WOMEN. Help for
young women who feel lonely, sad, nervous,
or unhappy w/ relationships. Solve your
problems in a warm & caring environment.
25 yrs. helping young women w/ higher self-
esteem. Call Lynn Chandler, Ph.D. 663-7616.
NIVERSITY BARTENDING
Classes start soon. Student discounts.
1-800-U-CAN-MIX.
www.universitybartending.com
Space is limited. Call for information.
Z'S TYPING SERVICES- Papers (all
types). Quality Service!! (734) 622-9781 or
email w.m.dabney@world.att.net

$$ DOT COM OPPORTUNITY $$
Get Published- Get Paid
MainCampus.com
Submit your stories
Spring-Break/Parties/Sex/Culture
$25 per story!
contact: earn@maincampus.com
$$$ STUDENT JOBS $$$
Up to $8/hr. plus bonuses. Make your own
schedule, build communication skills &
enhanceryour resume.sFun student
atmosphere! Earn easy cash.Great Job for
spring and summer. For application & info.
stop at Michigan Telefund 611 Church,
Ste. 4F or call 998-7420.
Apply online at www.telefund.umich.edu
$$$$$$$$$$$NOW HIRING$$$$$$$$$$$$
Bussing staff, dishwashers, hostess or
hostesses. Flex. hrs. $7-9/hr. Excellent
working environment. Apply in person at the
Blue Nile Restaurant, 221 E. Washington St.
$1500 WEEKLY potential mailing our
circulars. For info. call 203-977-1720.
***** *** **** ** *** ****** *** **** * *
EXECUTIVE RESIDENCE- Wait staff
needed immediately to work Spring/Summer
term. Free food, will pay the right candidate
up to $9/hr. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
shifts avail. Call 763-7819, ask for John or
Kim after 11 a.m. or leave msg.
A FUN PLACE TO WORK and a life long
learning experience awaits you at beautiful
YMCA C OHIYESA or YMCA C
NISSOKONE. Are you creative, caring, and
enthusiastic? Do you enjoy working with
children in an active, outdoor setting? Now
hiring counselors, activity specialists for
aquatics, horse back, nature, arts and crafts,
drama and music, ropes course, climbing
tower, sailing. Call (248) 887-4533 to
schedule an interview.
A FUN SUMMER JOB that makes a
DIFFERENCE. Work with children as
general counselors from 6/19-8/18. Must live
in Farm., Blm. Fld., Novi, Birm., or adj.,
areas. Email Willowaydc@aol.com or Call
Willoway Day Camp 248-932-2123.
ACTORS & ACTRESSES needed for lead
roles in short professional level film shooting
"Xprl 22 & 23. Please send resume &
eadshot or snapshot to Rob Hess 10080
John R., Whitmore Lake, MI 48189.
ANSWERING PHONES/ Computer order
taking. 1 1/2-3 hr. shifts only. Great PT job.
Lunch 10:30am-1 :3Opm, Dinner 5:30pm-
8:30pm, Late night* lam-4am.
* Premium pay for late nights.
Apply at Pizza House, 618 Church St.
APPOINTMENT SETTER: Motivated &
positive people to join our firm. F/T. Fast
paced; casual & fun. Must have good phone,
computer, & organizational skills. Team
attitude a must! Fax resume to Colleen: 734-
994-6308, or e-mail colleenm@second-to-
none.com

COMPUTER SPECIALIST: need to
provide hardware and database support for
Newborn Screening Program, including
assessment of needs, upgrades, system setup.
Manage small LAN linked to Michigan
Dept.. of Community Health. Manage and
modify database using FileMaker Pro.
Produce statistical information from
programs as required. Ensure daily backup
of system is complete. Bachelor's degree, or
equivalent combination of education and
experience. Two to five years experience
with LAN, hardware configuration, software
installations. Experience with Windows NT.
Understanding of both Mac and PC
platforms. Some programming and systems
analysis experience. Experience with Novell
Netware. Note: This is a term position
until 9/30/00, with the possibility of longer
employment. Send resumes to Ilene
Phillips, University of Michigan Health
Systems, Division of Pediatric
Endocrinology, D1205 MPB/0718, Ann
Arbor, MI 48109. Fax (734) 615-3353.
University of Michigan is an EOE Employer.
COUNTERISALESPERSON Full-time and
Part-time. Kilwin's of Ann Arbor needs good
personalities with strong work ethics. Apply
at 107 E. Liberty, Ann Arbor.
DATA ENTRY P/T flex. hrs. $9.75/hr. Fax
resume to 662-3255.
DATA ENTRY: Motivated & positive
people to join our Ann Arbor firm. F/T. Fast
paced, casual & fun. Must have efficient &
accurate typing skills. Team attitude a must!
Fax resume to Colleen: 734-994-6308, or e-
mail colleenm@second-to-none.com
EARN $530 WEEKLY distributing
phonecards. No experience necessary. Full or
part time. Call 1-800-362-7662.
EDITORIAL SUMMER INTERNS: Learn
the publishing trade @ the Blue Book &
CURRENT. Writing / fact checking-/ misc.
$6/ hr. Send resume / writing samples by
April 5 to SGI Publications, 212 E. Huron,
Ann Arbor, MI 48104, attn: Lisa.
EXPERIENCED APPOINTMENT setters
$8/hr. +bonus. No selling. 623-8431.
FIND YOUR SUMMER JOB
NOW!!!
We have MANY full and part time positions
in the Ann Arbor & surrounding areas.
Admin. Assist.
Data Entry
Receptionist
Assembly
Packaging
Shipping/Receiving
Pay ranges: $8-13/hr
Apply Mon-Thurs.
8:30-0:30am or
1:30-3:30pm at:
5060 Jackson Rd, Independence
Plaza, Ann Arbor. Or call for
more info: (734) 668-6933
Picture ID and SSCard required.
Visit our website at:
www.PerformancePersonnel.com
Computer
Programmer/Analyst
No experience needed!!
IMS, a biomedical software
firm in Silver Spring, MD,
employs 120 programmers
developing biomedical systems
and software. SAS, C, C++,
JAVA, ACCESS, SYBASE and
many other languages.
Knowledge of one computer
programming language
required. Paid OT and full ben-
efits. Nice working conditions.
BS degree and 3.0+ GPA
required. For details see
imsweb.com or call toll-free
(888) 680-5057.
FLOOR MANAGER HANDS-ON STORE
Exciting opportunity to join the Hands-On
Museum team. Retail experience preferred.
9:30am to 5:30pm Wednesday through
Saturday. Some flexibility in schedule
required. Call Pam Smith at 734-995-5439.

GROUNDSKEEPER:
Gain valuable large apt community
experience. Work with maintenance and
management to maintain clean, beautiful
surroundings. PIT or FIT. Send resume or
apply tp 1099 Maiden Lane, Ann Arbor
48105 / fax: 665-2354.
HAVE AN AMAZING SUMMER
ADVENTURE! Prestigious coed camp in
beautiful Massachusetts seeks caring,
motivated college students & grads who love
kids! GENERAL & SPECIALITY (Athletics,
Tennis, Waterfront, Arts, Crafts, Theatre,
Pioneer, Etc). COUNSELORS needed. Join a
dedicated, fun team. Competitive salaries+
travel+room+board. Call Bob or Barbara at
1-800-762-2820.
HILLSDALE COLLEGE'S Dow
Journalism Program is currently seeking a
journalism instructor and assistant to the
Director of the Dow Journalism Program for
the 2000-01 academic year. Responsibilities
will include teaching two courses in the
fundamentals of journalism covering
reporting, copyediting, and opinion writing;
advising student publications; overseeing
student internships; and developing the
program under the auspices of the director.
Applicants should hold a bachelor's degree
and have at least one year's reporting and
editorial experience in print journalism; ideal
for the recent graduate. For more
information, contact Tracy Lee Simmons,
Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Michigan,
49242; e-mail (tracy.simmons@hillsdale.edu)
or telephone (517-437-7341, ext. 2614).
Biologists
No experience needed!!
Earn up to 35K after 1 yr
40K after 2 years
IMS, a biomedical software firm in
Silver Spring, MD is offering a free 4
week programming course. We hire
90% of students who take this course.
Course starts 61200. For details see
imsweb.com or call (888) 680-5057.
HONEY CREEK COMMUNITY School is
accepting applications for the following:
Team teaching position, using a theme and
project based curriculum in a multi-age
classroom setting. Qualifications:teaching
certificate in elementary education. Please
send resume and refs. to Honey Creek
Community School. 1735 South Wagner Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
HOUSECLEANING PIT. Some exp. Flex.
hrs. Call Christine @ 971-5402.
IMMEDIATE INCOME Opportunity.
Make money while attending college, serious
inquiries only. 734-913-2184.
JOB OPENING: Watershed Coordinate
Regional agency is seeking a full-time
watershed coord. for the Thunder Bay River
Watershed. Skills Req.:The successful
candidate will provide leadership & expertise
in the development of a comprehensive
nonpoint source mgmt plan for the Thunder
Bay River watershed. To icl.: research
analysis, plan dev., field inventory,
presentations, & other related activities.
Excellent writing, verbal, & computer skills
nec. Ability to communicate & work well w/
groups & organizations. Bachelor Degree in
Water Resource/Natural Resource Mgmt. or
related field req. Contractual position. Send
resume by April 21, 2000 to: Director P.O.
Box 457, Gaylord, MI 49734 EOE.
LAB ASST: motivated and conscientious
needed to wash glassware, prepare solutions
& assist w/ lab procedures & experiments.
$7.25/hr., hrs neg. Call 764-6115.
LEASING AGENT NEEDED part-time for
student housing apartments. No experience
necessary- we'll train. Call 668-1100.
LEASING CONSULTANT:
Like to smile? Energetic individuals needed
for busy but fun large A2 apt community
leasing office. P/T or FIT through Labor Day.
Send resume or apply to 1099 Maiden Lane,
Ann Arbor 48105/ fax: 665-2354.
LIFEGUARDS, INSTRUCTORS &
Coaches needed for Huron Valley Swim
Club. Call Melissa for more info. 668-1007.
LUNCH SUPERVISOR needed 1.5 hrs./day
at $8.75/hr. Involves monitoring elementary
school students in lunchroom and on
playground. Call Honey Creek Community
School at 734-994-2636 for more info.
MOVERS WANTED $10/hr. Sun 4/2.
10am-2pm. Site in Livonia, trans. provided,
heavy lifting. Contact Cornelia 214-0908.
NEEDED: 15 PEOPLE to lose up to 30 lbs.
by Spring. Call Linda 303-480-5886.
www.dare2beslim.com

NETWORK SALES CONSULTANT
www.domsys,com. Challenging career
selling opportunity networks in SE Michigan
for Ann Arbor based network integrator.
Must h hard working. intelligent & looking

POS. AVAIL. for caring, resp. indiv. to
support persons w/ developmental disabilities
in a supported living environment. Perfect
for students preparing for social work or
person centered careers. P/T or F/T. All
shifts avail. $8.20/hr. Call 663-8092.
SALES
If you are bright and like working with
people and you idea of how a college student
should make money is not flipping
hamburgers, we may have a full or part time
sales position for you. Englander's Furniture
Stare in Ann Arbor has full and part time
positions available in sales. University of
Michigan students in the past have had great
success with us both while in school and after
graduation. So, if making good money,
learning something about retail and having
some fun working a flexible schedule that
can include evenings and/or weekends is
your idea of what a college student should
do, give us a call at (734) 769-8040 and we
will set up an interview.
Englander's, 2333 S. State, Ann Arbor, MI
48104.
SEEKING TENANT Advocates. Serve your
community & earn $8/hr. 763-6876.
SEMINAR ASSISTANTS-evenings, $7-
10/hr. Please call Allan 996-1107.
SEMINAR ASSISTANTS-evenings, $7-
10/hr. Please call Allan 996-1107.
SOCCER COACH-exp.volunteer to help
parent coach U-9 girls. Now through early
June. 1 practice/wk. Call 994-4535.
SPRING/SUMMER POSITIONS
HANDS-ON MUSEUM
Become part of the team at the Ann Arbor
Hands-On Musuem. Spring/Summer
positions full or part time, flexible schedules
available: Admissions Desk Clearks,
Museum Store Clerks, Education Assistants,
and Explainer Guide. $6.50-$8.00/ hr. For
more info, contact: Carol Knauss, The Ann
Arbor Hands-On Museum, 220 E.Ann St.,
Ann Arbor, MI 48104, 734-995-5439.
STUDENT GROUNDSKEEPER
HELP WANTED
Responsible for maintaining campus grounds
and nurturing plant materials on campus. As
seasons dictate; assist with mowing; weed
whipping; weeding; leaf pickup; shrub and
flower bed clean-up; preparing for planting
flowers; bulbs; pruning ornamental trees and
shrubs. Duties also include litter pick-up and
snow removal. Pay starts at $8.00 per hour;
flexible schedules available.
Desired qualifications: self-motivation;
dependability; enthusiasm; genuine interest
in creating beautiful and safe campus area.
To apply: call 763-5539 or visit our website
www.plant.bf.umich.edu/grounds/
EmploymentOpportunities.html or stop by
UM Grounds Department office for an
application between 7am-3pm weekdays.
Grounds & Waste Management, Plant
Services Building (first floor) 1110 Palmer
Dr. (behind the Power Center). An equal
opportunity, affirmative action employer.
STUDENT TO ASSIST handicapped
woman. $10/hr. Flex. hrs. To start late
April. Call Jean at 973-8206.
Do gou have ang
plans for the fall?
Then we want YOU
to join our team at
the Michigan Daily
Classifieds Department!
eWork with advertisers at the
local and national level
eGain invaluable business
experience
*Have fun while working
in a team environment
the deadline has been
EXTENDED until Fridag,
march 31, before 5pm.
The Michigan Dalyg
Student Publications Building
428 iag nard St.
Come in and pick up an
ap cation, or call
764-055 before It's too late!

STUDENT TO WORK Spring/Spring-
Summer/Summer & Fall Terms. Flexible

SUMMER JOB?
Fox Hills Golf & Banquet Center needs
enthusiastic and hard-working individuals for
the following positions: Waitstaff,
Bartenders, Dishwashers, Ground Crew and
Bag Attendants. All shifts. Free Golf
Privileges! Call or visit - 8768 N.Territorial,
Plymouth, 48170. Phone: 734-453-7272.
SUMMER JOBS
$8-$12 PER HOUR
Work this summer with fellow students
outdoors in a fun environment. We are
currently hiring motivated individuals to fill
painter and crew chief positions. No
experience necessary, we provide full
training. Positions are available in Ann
Arbor, Grand Blanc, Grand Rapids, Lansing,
and all Metro Detroit Suburbs. Positions are
limited so call today. Application deadline is
April 10th, 00. For more information email
nacpainter@aol.com or 1-800-405-6227.
SUMMER SALES INTERNSHIPS
Earn $3000 - $7000+ Gain Valuable business
experience selling yellow page advertising in
your Official University Telephone
Directory. Excellent advertising/sales/public
relations challenge. GREAT RESUME
BOOSTERC NationallyRecognized Training
Program. Call Paul at College Directory
Publishing 800-466-2221 x288.
SWIMMING POOL service and
construction. Top pay for hard working, self
motivated people to work in the NW
DETROIT SUBS. Must be trustworthy and
dependable. 248-477-7727.
TEACHER (LOVE TODDLERS). Cook,
clean, organize, & enjoy outside and pets.
Full or part time. $8-$10/hr. 996-4847.
TEMP. OR WORK STUDY 20 hrs./wk.
Provide support to facilities operations at
School of Edu. Tasks incl. copying & faxing,
phones, errands, sorting & distributing mail,
delivering packages, & occasional light
lifting. Qualif.: knowledge of general office
procedures. Motivated, reliable, dependable
person. Mike Napolitan 647-0631.
THE SOMERSET
COLLECTION
Now hiring full-time
summer employees
(May-August)
Flexible hours
*Parking deck painters
*skylight washers
$10 per hour
280 Big Beaver Rd.
Suite 300
Troy, MI 48084
(248) 643-6360
or e-mail for application
batto@thesomersetcollection.com
UM GOLF COURSE has temporary
groundskeeper/horticultural positions starting
immediately. Great pay plus golfing
privileges included. Please contact Scott
Rockov at 320-3154 for more info.
WANTED: WOMEN Smokers between
ages 25 and 45 needed for UM study.
Payment of $220. Call 763-9000, #6309.
WORK FOR PEACE and justice issues in
state wide campaign based in Lansing.
Women and people of color urged to apply.
Resume, references by April 7. Start April
26. Experience in fund-raising, community
outreach, and volunteer management
desirable. $1500-$2000/mo., benefits,
depending on experience. Peace Action of
Michigan (248) 548-3920. pamiorganize
@earthlink.net
WRITE FOR CASH.COM Easy! Build
your resume. Get paid for writing short
articles on almost any subject. Log in and
start writing!
YARDWORK Flex. hrs. Call Ken @
971-5402.

FULL TIME SUMMER positions- Must be
18 or older. St. Paul Early Childhood
Centers. Working with 3-5 year-olds. Lots of
outdoor activities and an excellent
opportunity to gain experience working with
young children. Great for psych, nursing, pre-
med and education students. Call 668-0887.
LOVING CARE needed for 8 yr. old girl
and her 4 mo. old sister. NW A2. Up to 10
hrs./wk. Pay neg. Meryl or Mike 996-3738.
PART TIME SUMMER JOB- 11:00-1:00
Monday-Friday. Lunch assistant at St. Paul
Early Childhood Center. Call 668-0887.
PART TIME, FLEXIBLE childcare for 2
yr. old boy beginning summer 2000. 2 year
time commitment. Call Alytia @995-0625.
SEEKING LOVING caretaker for our two
sons: 2 1/2 yrs. & 7 mo. olds in our Canton
home. Early child development major pref.
20-30 hrs./wk., occas. weekend and/or early
evening hrs. incl. Generous wage. Please
contact Ron or Tracy Buckley for an
interview. 455-4059.
SUMMER CHILDCARE- for 3 school-age
children. Mid-June through Aug. 30hrs./wk.
Call 994-4535.
tickets & travel
BE FLEXIBLE... SAVE $$$
Europe $209 (o/w + taxes)
CHEAP FAIRS WORLDWIDE!!
Mexico/ Caribbean $199-$299 (rt+ taxes)
Call: 800-326-2009
www.4cheapair.com
SEE THE WEST!
Yellow Stone Tetons & Badlands
Buffalo, ghost towns & wildlife
14 Day camp-tours now forming.
1-800-253-2067
www.windrivertours.com
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GRADUATING SENIORS!
Work at the University of Michigan
supporting the administrative systems.
Attend one of the following information
sessions to learn more! April 4, 2000 4:00
pm and 5:00 pm. Michigan Union
Wolverine Room. Or contact Beth Farrell at
badler@umich.edu or review M-Pathways
Computer Consultant I job description at
www.umich.edu/~iobs
INTRODUCTORY MEDITATION
Course. 5 thurs. eves. beginning April 6th,
6:30-8:30. Zen Buddhist Temple. 761-6520.
REPAIR-RESTORE-MAKE-World Class-
Endorsed. Herb David Guitar Studio, 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001.

4 LARGE BDRMS. avail. in 7 person house
for fall 2000. Near South U. Grad students
pref. Call Daran 994-9489.
FEM. ROOMMATE PREF. to share 2
bdrm apt with 3 other roommates. University
Towers. $290/mo. Call Katie 764-0802.
LOOKING FOR MALE roommate who
enjoys sports, to share a room in 2 bdrm. apt.
Great location. Call Greg 213-8103.
ROOMMATE NEEDED for 3 person apt.
Maybe 2 more spaces. Oakland Ave., near B-
School. Under $475/mo. Call Eric 764-6929.
ROOMMATE NEEDED for fall 00sand
winter 01. Tni-level apt. fully? furnished
bright and cheerful. Across from CCRB,
close to CC. Four fun girls looking for a
Fifth!! Contact Jill 827-1703.

FULL TIME CHILD CARE needed beg.
spring. Call Bev at 663 8803.

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FULL TIME SUMMER positions- Must be
18 or older. St. Paul Early Childhood
Centers. Working with 3-5 year-olds. Lots of
outdoor activities and an excellent
opportunity to gain experience working with
young children. Great for psych, nursing, pre-
med and education students. Call 668-0887.
GOLF COURSE FOOD SERVICE
The University of Michigan Radrick Farms
Golf Course is seeking friendly, hardworking
individuals for the food service area.
Positions start mid-April. Contact Chantal
Jackson @ 998-6391. A Non-Discriminatory

ABLE CHILDCARE needed beginning mid
April, 10-15 hrs./wk. after school 3-6 & some
eves. Need transportation. 973-0158.
ANN ARBOR FAMILY NEEDS babysitter
through Spring - Summer Term for 8 year
old, one night weekly. Close to campus. Own
car necessary. $10/hour. Please call 668-
8873.
BABY-SITTER for newborn baby girl. West
side on bus route. 2-4 hrs./day. 769-6944.
BABYSITTER FOR NICE Ann Arbor
family. Flex. scheduling. 10-20 hrs./wk.
guranteed. Prefer a freshman or sophomore
Education major with experience. Love for
kids. Car require. 2 friendly children ages 4
and 2. Start date is flexible. 734-913-2455.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for my lovely,

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ASSISTANCE NEEDED in U of M
Medical Research Lab: Responsible, eager
work-study students needed to assist with
tissue culture, general lab maintenance,
experiments, and/or computer graphics. Flex.
hours. Will train. 763-2561.

ADOPTION: A happily married young
couple who have great love and great fortune
to share with a baby. If you are looking for an
at-home mom and devoted dad, please
consider us. Your child will always know of
your unselfish love. Allowable expenses
paid. Call Cathy and Mark 1-800-552-4585.

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