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* Academic pressures not linked to suicide for

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level window of the Dennison building.
Friends and advisors said the student had a
long history of mental illness and didn't neces-
sarily commit suicide because of academic
pressure.
Brown said the data only includes attempts
that occurred on University property or
involved the Department of Public Safety.
"The ratio of attempted to completed is
higher in young people," King said. "Girls are
three times more likely than boys to attempt
suicide."
Although females are more likely to attempt
suicide, males are much more likely to actually
kill themselves because they tend to use more

violent methods. Fire arms are the most com-
mon suicide method.
The fact that males complete the majority of
suicides contributes to the myth that suicide
rates are higher among university students.
Previous studies examined single-sites, includ-
ing Harvard, Yale and the University of Cali-
fornia at Berkeley, which consisted of
predominateily male students and compared
them with the mixed-gender population.
"Stress can be one factor in the matrix, but
more than 90 percent of adolescents and young
adults have serious identifiable mental disor-
ders or psychopathology," King said. "That's
why we recommend the early recognition,
identification and treatment of a mental disor-
der."
King said friends and family can look for

previous suicide attempts, talk of suicide,
moodiness, hopelessness, withdrawal from
activities and people and increases in drug and
alcohol use as warning signs of depression or
suicide.
"Suicide is kind of the last resort someone
gets to when they are feeling hopeless, and
ending their life is the only way out of it," said
Audrey Kim, a psychologist at Counseling and
Psychiatric Services. "People get to that point
in so many different ways. Giving them an
opportunity to talk about those feelings is
helpful."
College students have many resources to
turn to when feeling suicidal or hopeless.
"We have a 24-hour crisis line and people
can also walk in," said Jody Ebert, spokesper-
son for the SOS Community Crisis Center in

c0liege
Ypsilanti. "We use
on their feelings an
feelings. The most
ing someone listen.
Many people bel
cide with an indivi
consider suicide, b
prove this.
"They (family an
them calmly, listen
them in getting pro
"Many of the reaso
cide are treatable."
Counseing and Psvc
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students DIABET ES
Continued from Page 1
an empathy model, focus Diabetic students will discuss how
id help them identify their they have coped with diabetes while
important thing is just hav- studying at the University. They- wvill
be joined by guest speaker Arno
ieve that bringing up sui- Kumagi, assistant professor in internal
dual will prompt them to medicine and member of the Universi-
ut there is no evidence to ty's recently opened Diabetes Center.
DSE members met with SweetKids, a
d friends) should talk with group of local children with diabetes.
and support them to assist "The meeting was incredible and gave
fessional help;' King said. parents hope for their kids;'Stein said.
ns that people commit sui- A petition drive, led by Stein earlier
this year, collected 500 student signa-
To talk to someone-for help: tures on a congressional petition in sup-
'hiatric Services - 764-8312 port of finding a cure for diabetes. "This
'Crisis Center - 485-3222 was our first real attempt to raise aware-
Ozone House - 662-2222 ness on campus and it was definitely a
gency Services - 996-4747 good start,"Stein said.

SPRING/SUMMER: The Abby. 3 bdrms.,
fits 5 people. A/C, free prkg, new appliances,
walk out porch, Idry. Price neg. Call or email
Vanessa. 214-3899, vmanoogi@umich.edu
STUDIO AVAIL. ASAP. Prkg, Idry on
prem, A/C,quiet, close to campus. Rent neg.
Call 327-4576.
SUBLET 1 BDRM. APT. 406 N. State.
May-Aug. $350 or best. Call Ryan 213-1604.
Sublet a spacious 1 bdrm, on top floor
Furn, a/c, dishwshr, parking & free laundry.
July-Aug 741-9301.
SUBLET MAY-AUG. 1 bdrm. furn. Close
to Law/B-School. Prkg. Price neg. 827-0793.
SUBLET MAY-AUG. for 1 or 2 people. 1
bdrm. in 2 bdrm. apt. Furn., Idry., dwshr on
S. Forrest. (1 blk from E. Quad) $500/mo.,
OBO. Wes 769-9654, or weshsu@umich.edu
SUBLET ROOM- Spring/Summer. Very
close to campus. Reasonable rate. Call 623-
4286.
SUBLET- 848 TAPPAN Apt.21. Furn.,
prkg., Sp/Su. 2 bdrm., 2-3 people. Balcony, 2
blks. to central campus. $600/neg. 622-0837.
SUMMER SUBLET!
Great House for the summer. 4 bedrooms,
2.5 bath, diswasher, A/C, Idry, prkg, front
porch. If interested, call Tim at 214-1275.
UP TO 6 BDRM. in Ige. hse. avail. 2
kitchens, 2 baths. Corner of S. Forest
& Oakland. Rent neg. 761-2280.
VERY LARGE APT. 2 bdrm, 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-
7845or email atcastrol umich.edu

BUILDING MONITOR for Sunday
mornings at church/temple in Ann Arbor.
Permanent, year-round position starts
immediately. $9/hour. Call 665-8883.
CAMP CCC Summer Camp for children
4.9-13 yrs. is looking for qualified,
personable and energetic indivs. to fill camp
counselor and WSI lifeguard positions,
Please send resume and refs to Honey Creek
Community School. 1735 South Wagner Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
CAMP CCC. Summer camp for elementary
children is looking for qualified, personable,
and energetic individuals to fill camp
counselor and WSIlifeguard positions.
Please send resume and references to Honey
Creek School 1735 S. Wagner, Ann Arbor,
48106.
CAMP JOBS For residents of Chicago's
Northern suburbs. DISCOVERY DAY
CAMP is seeking nurturing staff: Counselors
as well as specialists in nature, ropes course,
gymnastics, drama, tennis, camping, and
swimming. Internships available as well as
office and supervisory positions. Bus driving
portions available for over 21s. Call 800-659-
4332 or email: ilise@campdiscovery.com
CAMP STAFF- Summer Day Counselors
needed for Y.M.C.A. Camp Birkett
(Pinckney) Camp Cedar Lake (Chelsea),
Send resume to Lmerhige
@annarborymca.com or stop by 350 S. Fifth
to fill out application. EOE.
CANDIDATE will handle multiple projects.
Responsible for formatting web graphics and
completing all basic coding within style
guide. We need an extremely detail oriented
self starter. Should have at least 1 year
experience in coding and production. Desired
skills: HTML, DHTML, ASP, JSP, java
script, SQL server, photo shop, illustrator,
flash, and flash generator. Please e-mail
resume to human @rootbubble.com
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FOR
GRADUATES
Career opportunities available in our Ann
Arbor office. PMG isaa leader in Medical
Billing Management and currently bills for
multi-specialty physicians in five states,
Current positions available are Medical
Coding Specialists and Practice Managers.
The candidates we select will be dedicated,
meticulous and can type accurately - 65 wpm
or more. Knowledge of human anatomy and
medical terminology helpful but not
necessary (we are willing to train the right
person). Our rapidly growing company
requires you to be a team player and flexible.
PMG offers great pay and excellent benefits
including a 401(k) plan and medical/dental
insurance. We also offer flexible hours and a
casual atmosphere. For consideration, please
fax or mail your resume to:
PMG
Personnel Coordinator
P.O. Box 1108
Ann Arbor, MI 48106
Fax: 734-677-1603 a
ore-mail: opportunities@pmgpays.com

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BRAIDS! $65-155+ Micro Latch twists
human cornrow silkydreds. Shelah 483-5425.

COLLEGE CLEANERS: Prof. Dry
Cleaning and Laundry shirts, Free summer
storage. 715 N. Univ., next to Hill, 662-1906.

UNIVERSITY 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

EFL/ESL TEACHERS needed to teach
English to international students immed. and
in July. Classroom expBA needed. MA
pref. but not req. Contact director, Michigan
Language Center, MLC-USA
@worldnet.att.net or call663-9415.
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.
8:30-10:30am or
1:30-3:30pm at:
5060 Jackson Rd, Independence
Plaza, Ann Arbor. Or call for
more info: (734) 668-6933
Picture ID and SSCad required.
Visit our website at:
www.PerformancePersonnel.com
FRONT DESK, flexible, part time. Phones
and light office tasks, $9/hr. Fax resume to
Christine Prince at (734) 995-1025 or call at
(734)995 -1010.
FULL-TIME SUMMER preschool assistant
teacher 6/25-8/18. Experience required. U of
M Pound House Children's Center. 998-
8399.
FUNDRAISING MANAGER
National company seeks self-motivated
graduate or bachelor's candidate for full time
employment. Successful applicants will
conduct training seminars to help students
raise funds for their groups & clubs. $40,000/
year salary plus bonuses. Travel, vehicle a
must. Contact Campusfundraiser.com,
personnel department at (888) 923-3238,
x.102, or fax resume to Christy Ward, (508)
626-9994.
GET INTO THE MUSIC BUSINESS! r
Be a College Rep for New West Records.
Great Perks! Call Kim (512) 472-4200 or
email kdavis@doolittle.com
GRADUATE STUDENTS
Work with leading companies on lucrative
short-term projects you can perform from
home. Use the skills you already have.
Research, Writing, Analysis, etc. Work as
much/little as you like while making your
own schedule and $$$, Visit
www.flexmind.com to learn more. Get $15
just to register, $10 per qualified grad student
you refer.
GROUNDSKEEPER:
Gain valuable large apt. community
experience. Work with maintenance and
management to maintain clean, beautiful
surroundings. P/T or FI. Send resume or
apply to 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).
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.
IMMEDIATE INCOME Opportunity.
Make money while attending college, serious
inquiries only. 734-913-2184.
LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION- Pond

building, native landscaping. $8.50/hr. Good
working cond. for both men & women. FIT
and PIT. EOE. 668-8180.
LEASING AGENT NEEDED part-time for
student housing apartments. No experience

MUSIKER TOURS AND SUMMER
DISCOVERY
SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES
Counselors needed for our student travel
programs And/or our pre-college enrichment
programs. Applicants must be 21 years old
by June 20, 2000.
We need:
*Mature
*Hardworking
*Energetic individuals who can dedicate 4-7
weeks this summer working with teenagers.
To receive an application or to find out more
information: Call (888)8SUMMER or
E-mail: wil@summerfun.com to set up an
interview. Interviews also conducted on
campus April 27-28.
NEEDED: Responsible person to be a
companion to 14 yr. old twins. Trans.
necessary. 3 days/ wk. Call Cheri 995-9367.
NETWORK SALES CONSULTANT
www.domsys,com. Challenging career
selling opportunity networks in SE Michigan
for Ann Arbor based network integrator.
Must be hard working, intelligent, & looking
for good opportunity. Computer experience
& 4-yr degree req. Sales experience a plus.
Will train. Full-time, salary + commissions.
Immediate openings avail. Send resume &
salary history to: ieff@domsys.com
NEW HOME SALES
Fabulous opportunity with Washtenaw
County's Premier Home Builder. Part-time
sales assistants and Design Center assistant
needed. Ideal candidates will be extremely
professional, enthusiastic, self-motivated and
organized. Computer literacy a plus. Send
resume and compensation history to Attn:
Director of Sales & Marketing: Fax to 734-
741-5870: E-mail to lgonzales
@wexfordbuilders.com: or mail to 1875
Orchardview Drive Ann Arbor, MI 48108.
NOW HIRING all shifts. Cashiers, Loss
control, and garden center. Will pay for
experience. Big K-Mart, 215 N. Maple. 734-
761-8557. Apply today!
OFFICE MANAGER- Interested in
becoming part of a diverse, fun & energetic
team for the summer? Come join us @ the
Ann Arbor Y.M.C.A. in our camping
services office. Must be able to multi-task
and have an interest in children. Flexible
hours. Y.M.C.A. membership & bus pass
included. Send resume to jmerhige
@annarborymca.com or stop by 350 S. Fifth
to fill out application. EOE.
PAID LISTENERS NEEDED for study, at
Kresge Hearing Institute. Contact emacpher
@umich.edu
PART TIME DAYS 11-3 2-3 days a week.
Deli Meet Counter/Cashier person. No
Sundays. Call Renee for interview. 827-0400,
PART TIME SUMMER JOB- 11:00-1:00
Monday-Friday. Lunch assistant at St. Paul
Early Childhood Center. Call 668-0887,
t/ YurFood Store
Quality - Service - Freshness - Selection

SECRETARY/LEGAL. Experience
preferred, but will train. Competitive
compensation. Call Kelly, (734)482-5000 or
e-amil lbredell@bredell.com.
SEEKING TENANT Advocates. Serve your
community & earn $8/hr. 763-6876.
SEMINAR ASSISTANTS-evenings, $7-
10/hr. Please call Allan 996-1107.
STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANT:
Spring/Summer 2000: energetic, organized,
detail-oriented student needed for processing
financial information, reports and office
support. Financial experience a plus.
Flexible hours, 12 to 15 per week, or full
time. Pay $7.75. Mail letter of application
and resume to: Student Financial Assistant,
UM Publications, 210A Student Publications
Bldg., Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1327.
STUDENTS! GET A HEAD START on
your summer job. Small firm seeks data
entry and light office production people.
Hours flexible, casual work environment.
$7-7.25/hr. Call 677-3400 M-F, 10-5.
SUBJECTS FOR U OF M Dept. of
Psychiatry Perception Study: Must have
vision corrected to 20/30, be native English
speakers, have no neurological or major
psychiatric diseases. Time 45-75 minutes.
Payment $10-$15. For information/
scheduling, call Ruthann (734) 647-8762.
GREAT SUMMER
COUNSELOR POSITIONS
HAVE FUN * WORK WITH KIDS
* MAKE A DIFFERENCE *-
SUMMER IN NEW ENGLAND
Residential summer camps seek
motivated staff in individual and
team sports: Baseball, Basketball
Tennis, Soccer Inline Hockey, Golf,
Swimming, Sailing, Mountainbiking,
Backpacking, Hiking, Canoeing,
Fencing, Ropes Courses, Art/
Sculpting, Gymnastics, R.N. s,
General Counselor Positions, and
Coaches wanted. Hundreds of
Positions. Located in the Berkshire
Mountains of Massachusetts just
2 1/2 hours from NYC/Boston.
Competitive Salaries -room and
board. Internships are available.
Co-ed staffs.
Call Cam Geylock for Boys
1-8Q0-842-5214
www.campgreylock.com
Call Camp Romaca for Girls
1-888-276-6222
www.romaca.com
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS
NEEDED FOR PREMIER CAMPS
IN MASSACHUSETTS
Position available for students as counselors
in all team sports, all individual sports such
as Tennis & Golf, Waterfront and Pool
activities, and specialty activities including
art, dance, theatre, gymnastics, newspaper,
rocketry & radio. GREAT SALARIES,
room, board and travel. June 17th-August
16th. MAH-KEE-NAC
www.campmkn.com (Boys): 1-800-753-
9118 DAN E www.danbee.com
(Girls): 1-800-392-3752.
SUMMER CAMP STAFF
WANTED
Indian Trails Camp a residential summer
camp program for children and adults with
physical disabilities June 4th to August 5th
WANTED: male & female counselors,
aquatic & activity staff, nurses & cooks. Call
Jim for more information 616-677-5251 or
stop by 0-1859 Lake Michigan Dr. Grand
Rapids MI 49544.
apply on line at
www.indiantrailscamp.org

ABLE CHILDCARE needed beginning mid
April, 10-15 hrs./wk, after school 3-6 & some
eves. Need transportation. 973-0158.
BABYSITTER for newborn baby girl. West
side on bus route. 2-4 hrs./day. 769-6944.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for my lovely,
developmentally disabled, 14 yr. old daughter
and 10 yr. old son, who likes to play games. 2
or 3 afternoons/eves. each week (neg.) unt
June, occas. wknds., more hours for summer
(neg.) Own trans. pref., good pay. 665-4842.
EARLY CHILDHOOD substitutes needed
for spring and summer terms. Work
according to your availability. Call St. Paul
Early Childhood Center at 668-0887.
F/T OR PIT CHILD CARE needed beg.
spring. Call Bev at 663 8803.
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.
NEEDED: ENERGETIC home
helper/Summer coordinator. 3 kids. Car
needed. Fem. n-smkr. pref. 734-477-5093.
ONE NIGHT/WEEK for the summer.
Possible Fri. Sat. night. for well-behaved 2.5
yr. old girl. Fem. pref. Own trans. 769-2710.
PART TIME DAY Care provider for a
young toddler & 6 yr. old. Exp. needed, great
pay, nice family: Scott or Sharon 996-0867.
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
delightful, fun-loving young boy beginning
summer 2000. Call Alytia @995-0625.
SUMMER CHILDCARE- for 3 school-age
children. Mid-June through Aug. 30hrsJwk.
Call 994-4535.

- $$ 1,000 $$ FUNDRAISER
No effort. Big Money!!
SNo investment.' Work with
your friends! Get a free t-shirt
too! Call Rob at
1-800-808-7442, ext. 102
$$ DOT COM OPPORTUNITY $$
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 '&
enhance your resume. Fun 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
$1500 WEEKLY potential mailing our
circulars. For info. call 203-977-1720.
* SMALL PRIVATE CLUB near
downtown. All kitchen & dining room
positions available. Great wok environment,
best quality food. Call Eve 665-6084.
A FUN SUMMER JOB that makes a
DIFFERENCE. Work with children as
general counselors from 6/19-8/18. Must live
in Farm., Blm. FId., Novi, Birm., or adj.
areas. Email Willowaydc@aol.com or Call
Willoway Day Camp 248-932-2123.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Needed full time from May 1 to September 1.
Must know Microsoft Office programs Front
Page helpful. Raquet Club of Ann Arbor.
971-5441.
APPOINTMENT SETTER: Motivated &
positive people to join our firm. FIT. 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

COME JOIN A WINNING TEAMI!
work around your classes & family
Busch's, an upscale su ermarket, is now
accepting applications for the
following departments:
Cashier " Day/Night Stock
Deli Produce * Meat
Accounting Clerk
Applyyat:
Ann Arbor.....2240.5. Main St.
Ann Arbor.....2020 Green Rd.
Ypsilanti........2375 Ellsworth Rd.
-Saline............565 E. Michigan Ave.
We bffer
* shift premiums (.50-2.50 weekend/evening)
" flexible shifts [both F/T and PTf)e
" benefits after 0 days
For more info, call Chris Booher @ (734) 994-7202 -

GET THE HECK OUT of here! Mexico,
the Caribbean or Jamaica, $250 round trip.
Other worldwide destinations cheap. Book
tickets on-line www.airtech.comn or $00-575-
TECH.

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
or limited so call today. Application deadline is
April 10th, 00. For more information email
nacpainter@aol.com or 1-800-405-6227.

REPAIR-RESTORE-MAKE-World Class-
Endorsed. Herb David Guitar Studio, 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001.

PLAY A GAME, GET PAID $10-$30!!
Paid subjects needed for experiments this
spring and all summer. Guaranteed $10/hr. o
more for 1-2 hr. experiments. Flexible
scheduling including evening and weekend
times. Get on our mailing list for dates and
times. Send email to:
experiments@umich.edu or call 647-7730
Also make money referring other people!
($2.50/referral).

L

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CONSTRUCTION JOBS, for the summer
'or for a career. Interviews held at the
Michigan Works! Service Center, 304 Harriet
Street, Ypsilanti, on Thursday, April 6, from
9:30 a.m.- 12 noon. Positions available
throughout Washtenaw County. (734) 481-
2517. Sponsored by the Washtenaw County
Workforce Development Board, the
Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners,
the Washtenaw County Contractors
Association and the Home Builders

PRO SHOP HELP PIT
Grounds Help FIT. Racquet Club
of Ann Arbor. Call 971-5441.
RETAIL MANAGER - Art print and poster
store seeks full time manager, salary +
commission, benefits. Advancement
opportunities. Call 734-663-2434 or fax
resume to 734-663-2454.
SALES
If you are bright and like working with
people and your 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 sidents in the nast have ha erer2t

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
BOOSTER! Nationally Recognized Training
Program. Call Paul at College Directory
Publishing 800-466-2221 x288.
SUMMER WORK
Average 1st Summer $7500
Selecting All Majors
Sales and Business Management
Relocate West
14 spots left for students seeking a challenge
this summer.
Call Shelly 677-3977.
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.

4 LARGE BDRMS. avail, in 7 person house
for fall 2000. Near South U. Grad students
pref. Call Daran 994-9489.
LOOKING FOR MALE roommate who
enjoys sports, to share a room in 2 bdrm. apt.
Great location. Call Greg 213-8103.

ADOPTION: A happily married young
couple who have great love and great fortune
to shar.Aewth a hahvTf vni are k L,,an

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