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" R Iepit eAM opposition, some patients prefer alternatives
M E IC NE"It is absolutely not a quackery," she said. Her complications-- which included a list with each person. The most common prof
" 1 was a skeptic before, but l have found of painful injuries from the accident, a smok- lems that the procedure attempts to allevia
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And the American Medical Association is
quick to agree. In 1998, Yank Coble, an
AMA Board of Trustee member, said that
, ome alternative therapies and herbal reme-
es are quackery" because more often than
not, they have not been scientifically proven
and are ineffective.
"At best, they're a waste of time and money; at
worst, dangerous and even deadly' Coble said.
But Christine Maxi-Reeves of Ann Arbor tells
a different story. She is among the reported 33
percent of American adults who seek alternative
therapy.
Maxi-Reeves, who has complications includ-
ing diabetes and a broken tail bone, has sought
Sief through acupuncture every 10 days for the
ast six months at Head-to-Toe Therapy in Ann
Arbor.
The results, she said, speak for themselves.

-- my blood sugar is normal now, I exercise
more and make healthier choices when I eat,"
she said.
In recent years, alternative therapies such as
acupuncture, which has existed for more than
4,000 years, have grown to become some of the
more accepted types of alternative therapy.
The reasons why many people seek these tech-
niques include feelings of dissatisfaction with
conventional care, which may be thought of as
ineffectual, expensive or too focused on curing
the disease rather than maintaining the health,
according to an AMA study.
When Pattie Postel, the coordinator for the
Professional Education- Program at the School of
Business Administration, injured herself in a
major auto accident three years ago, she looked
to acupuncture to treat her traumatic brain and
nerve damage.

ago - were "cured" through the Five Ele-
ments style of acupuncture, which takes a
more holistic and seasonal look at therapy.
"When I walk out of a session, I feel like a gar-
den that's been tended - I feel watered, irrigated
and the sun has been cast upon me'" she said.
The forms of acupuncture are numerous and
the costs can vary.
Head-to-Toe Japanese acupuncture specialist
Abby Humphrey charges $55 for her first session,
when she checks for blockages in the flow of the
"chi ," and $40 for each additional session after-
wards, where she inserts needles of varying size
through the skin in problematic areas of the body.
"It's nothing that you can generalize about ... I
try to use different methods for each person's
needs," she said.
Typically no blood is drawn from the pro-
cedure and the level of discomfort varies

issues, problems sleeping, knee and back
aches, Humphrey said.
Brodie Borris, an Ann Arbor acupuncturist
and oriental herb specialist, has also used his
skills to treat several terminally ill patients.
"Acupuncture and herbs were the only medi-
cine in China and in Asia for thousands of years.
They can be used to treat anything, even cancer
..for chemotherapy, he said.
The ideal treatment, both AMA officials and
alternative therapy specialists agree, is curing the
patient with minimal side effects and harm.
"The bottom line is - if standing on your
head and rubbing your stomach can be scien-
tifically proven to cure a person's ills without
unacceptable side effects - there is no rea-
son why that technique cannot and should not
be used by patients and physicians," Coble
said.

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everything in his capacity to uphold
the principles of the RC, which
stresses collaboration and deflects
competition.
"My basic position is that the RC
educational philosophy is a very
good one," he said.
Razgunas said the current system
does not take away opportunities
from other LSA students because
every student has opportunity to
become RC students in the first
place.
"Even if that is the case, it's,
something that is given to every
LSA student," she said.
Razgunas and other RC students
have organized a mass meeting for
students who wish to protest the
grade system.
LSA Student Government Presi-
dent B.J. Orandi said the group has
not had a chance to address the issue.

BEAUTIFUL. HOUSE. 5-6 pr ope. a mii
linncampus Fre prkg,.. Idry.. (urn., dswhr.
Reni nc~oi ale Call 6 3-0730.
BEiST L.OCATION! 536 S. Forest #606i.
Fin-2 hdrn.. A/C. Garb. disp. carpet, pool.
cxceise ioi. biu sciiv TV. no pets Cloe
to Lampus'! 734-76 1-4321 Price n.
CHEIAP I BDRM. in hse. Free prkg. Fe.
,err. 2,biks.u'. union. May-Aug. 662-600.
hIFFICIEN('Y. HILL & Church. Avai,
N I Furn. Prk. AC. 769-5848
ipi nr rtttinmrcr ap. I[di service. Over 17
,-11111NlI)Gatofs to chooe finn 741-9300.
(1REA]i LOC! I hdrm., at 3 bdrm. apt. Fe
prkg. dr, cwshr. lur. May-Aug.$325/o.
527-1I84_' rmelaxdnumichedu
GIlF.AT 'LOC! 916 Church. 9 bdrms. Fits
94+ pcoplc Frc prkg Idry ret neg. Avail
Nprin n~andor 'uimcn Jami 998-X96.
GREAT LOCATION. Very close to
r' puN. I bdr'm. in a 5 drn. house. Los of
'g.icre Idry.. aail. May-Ag. $375/o.
11(11SF ON WILLARD. Great Location 5-
1) pcoplc Mac -Aog Ldr'. rk IBrn. dwshr
Vnich. 2 klare rehii'. rent neo. 998- 1227.
WILE;F1 ROOM for !-2 pepe.. on
(:mhnridg C t. Rent ne. Gabv 623-2371
L.ARG[ ROOMS ANAIL. fice prkg. fee
ir. lrge I:i prch will1Q. ful fur. Greai
locaioi Price VERY net,. Call 214-479.
\IA 1-At tG I hdrnn. n 6 htria houe for !
utIr entne. Louisa 332- 305.
1MAN-.\AG. 3 BDRM., 1. bath. in Abbey.
JlOWe to caitpti. prkg.. Idry.. dishwshr.. A/C.
'~phone lines, heat & water itcicled.
fris1hed Pricecnc Dutiale. 327926.
MAY-AUG. HUGE FURN. 1-2 bdrm apt.
(hose to cetral campus & Burns Park. Free
pt'kL'. dry, on Nie. ret neg. 623-642.
MAY-AUG. SUBLET 1-2 rooms avail. 3
biocks from Diag. Centra AC. fuis, wshU.
'Ayer. Prk. Price neg. 622- 9687 (eves.)
YDERN I BDRM. apt. 65 S. Forest.
New kitchen. ldry. acilities furn .. A/C off-
street prk.. telephone entry system. clean.
quiet for non-smoker. Rent neg 213-2510.
SINGLE ROOMS avail. for Spring/Sumimrer
sublet @ 540 Packard. Call Jason 717-4290.
SP/SU SUBLET, 2 brm. ,Treat loc. 2 prkg.
spos 52) Packard. Rent neg. 527- 1870.
SPRJ/SUM. SUBLET Studio apt. 3 blocks
frtom lBusiness School. Pkg. I 1Lidry.
$350/mo. 622-0903
SPRING/SUMMER. 2 bdri. on 315
Catherine. A/C. pkrg. lry. dwsr, fully
I n.Neai kerytown & campus. 214-9068.
SPRING/SUMMER: The Abby. 1, bdrms..
fits 5 people, A/C, free prkg new appliances,
walk out porch. Idry. Price izg. Call or email
Vanessa. 214-3899, vmanoogirunic.edu
STUDIO AVAIL. ASAP. Prkg. Idry on
prem. AC.quiei. close to campus. Rent neg
Call 327-4576._____
Sublet a spacious I bdrm. on top floor
Furn. ah- dishwshr, parking & free laundry.
July-Au 741-9301.
)BLET SPRING/SUMMER 736 S.
'isionFree pkrg.. Idry. frn.. 4 bdrm.. 2
65th $250/mo. 764-7726. ____
SUMMER SUBLET. I bdrm, apt. Packard,
A/C. Idry. prkg, rent neg. 623-4304t.
UP TO 6 BDRM. in le. hse avail. 2
kitchens, 2 baths. Corner of S. Forest
&Oakland. Rent neg. 761-2280.
VERY LARGE APT. 2 bdrm 2 balconies,
full} loaded kitchen & prkg spot. Great
location slose to B-schoo and law school.
Fent ery neg. Call JEason and Neil at 332-
7845 or email at castroimumich.edu
srvices
CHEAP SUMMER STORAGE
Space limited Call Victoria 327-9792.
C LEGEI CLEANERS: Prof. Dry
'W~aning and Laund y shiis. Free summer
storage 715 N. Univ.. next to Hill, 662-1906.
GETTING MARRIED on a' budet Have
your wedding professionaly captured on
video. Fellow student with 7 years
videography editing expeiience Weddings
Are my specialy. Call fons detai's. samples.
(516) 382-6522 ext. i.

$$$ STUDENT JOBS $$$
Up to $58/hr. plus bonuses. Make your own
schedule, build communication skills &
enhance your resume. Fun student
atmosphere! Earn easy cash.Great Job foar
spring and summer. For application & info.
stop at Michigan Telefund 61 1 Church,
Ste. 4F or call 998-7420.
Apply online at www.telefund.umich.edu

$1500 WEEKLY potential mailing our
circulars. For into. call 203-977-1720.
$7.50/HR. NEEDED immediately 10-15
hrs./wk. Assist in Marketing/Appointment
Setting. Call 677-3977.
* SMALL IPRIVATE CLUB near
downtown. All kitchenu & dining room
posit ions avai lahle. Great wok envi ron ment,
best quality food. Call Eve 665-6084.
**"CAMP) JOBS' **
For residents of Chicauo' s Northern
suburbs.1DISCOVERY DAY CAM P seeks
nurturingc staff: Cotunselois & special ists in
nature. ropes course. gyminastics, drama.
camping. & swiminning. I nternshi ps avail.
office & supervisory positions, Bus driving
foi over 21"s. 800-059-4.332, ilise
(@campdiscoverv .c() i
A FUN SUMMER JOB that makes a
IDIFFERENCE. Work with children as
general counselors from 6/19-8/I18. Must live
in Farm., Bim. Fld.. Novi. lBirm.. or ad I
areas. Email Willowaydctol.coin or Call
Willoway Day Camp 248-932-2123.
A SUMMER NANNY/ Caregiver needed,
energetic. loving.lperson, my Farm. Hits.
home. 9 & 12 yr. old girls. non-smoker, good
car/driving record. 30+ his.J wk.. M-F, begin
mid June. References. Call evenings (248)
626-521I3 ore-snail A iavron @aol coimr
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIST[ANT*
Needed fu ltimte I rorn May I to September I.
Must know M icrosoft Office programns Front
Page helpful. Raquel Club of Ann Arbor.
97 1-5441.
ANN ARBOR YMCA seeks certified
lifeguards. Flex. hirs, excellent training
opportunit ies, YMCA membership. & bus
ps included. Call Thomas Cyr 663-0536 ect%
230 or fill out applic. (w 351) S. Fifth. EOE.
ASPHALT MAIN'TENANCE Co. seeks
seal-coatinrg/patching leaders and crew
members. Good pay. lots of' hours. Must be
reliable and have own tmans. 810-231-1867.
BARTON HILLS COUNTRY CLUB
Full and part-time positions available: Grill,
banquet and cocktail servers, housekeeping.
dishwashers, outdoor snack bar. beveracge
cart, and bussers. Great benefits, free golf,
flexible hours. Apply in person. 730 Country
Club Road. 663-8511.
BOYS AND GIRLS Club of Romulus is
currently hiring "physical education leaders to
assist with after-school programs. All majors
encouraged to apply. Great resume builder.
S9/Inr Contact F'rank Ri<,Ler 734-941-5839.
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 i'esume and refs to Honey Creek
Community School. I1737 Sothi Wagner Rd.
Ann Arbor. MI 48106.
CANDIDATE will handle multiple projects.
Responsiblc for Ion natt i ng web 2ra plics and
completing all basic cdigwit hin style
guide. We need an ext~rmely detail oriented
self starter. Should have at Feast I year
experience in coding and production. Decsired
skills: l-TML, IDHTML, ASP, JSP, Java
script, SQL server, p~hoto shop, illustrator.
flash, and flash generator. Please e-mail
resume to human @ irootbubble.com
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FOR
GRADUA'TES
(arrccr oppol-tunit s a\ ailable in our Ann
A-rbor (Theec. PMG is a leader in Medical
timllmmig!%111l aCemnn and currently bills for
nii li-specialty physicians in live states.
Cu'rrent positions av.ailable are Medical
C~oditng Special ists and Practice Managers.

D)RIVE* WANTED-to drive 4 door Mazda
fromt A2 to Phoenix, Arizona for 3 days at
the end of April. Paid position includes all
expenses paid. Contact Diane: enail dolenm
(~ uiich.edu or 7314-669-7474.
EX PERI ENCED) APPOINTMEN'I'setters
tiff/hir4-onus No seliney. 623-8431.
FIND) YOUR SUiMMER JOB
lc hIt MAc i \NY tull nd lpar time positions
tnithe :nn Arbor & surounding areas.
Adiin. Assist,
D~ata Eitry
Receptionist
Assembhly
Packacine
Shi ppi n/Rcciviii
Pay anmes: S8- 13/hi1
-Apply Mn hlrs.
X:301I) 0 Wk ii or
I10:33O(pi at
l01601)I;tACkomtRd. IndeCp ndenkce
Pla,,. Ann .-rbor.()I call 6w
inoc Into.(7 .I)66-6931
Picture I andlS SCard requiried.
Visit our, website at:
C'e.P er~lnacePrsonnlel coin
FRONT D)ESK CLERK PI Sprn/Fall
1/I Suitmr Cusmomlierset'.ic. Comiputr
II licce has pss h Is o lucPlt'ital!N'Med-
t ill .11Sur 1) 6D ..1 l)(I hatl.41)1ti.
1111f. 'ITII' SUMNI \IR preschool ssistant
it'IIiclW" /I8 EXpenenC c iriiid.U.1o
Ml Porund I bosc I 'hlilrs (enter. 998-
F"UNIDRASING MANAGER
National company seeks self-m ot ivated
IRraut r Nbaclot's Candidatef lot'Cll time
C iiplov itent. Success ful applicants will
conduct tainmmu,2 seminar, to help students
raise I omds I or theireotips h Clubs. 401)!O
%i. ca TN saa plus btiiiuses. iravel . Vehclec a
snot Cmntad CaiitpU~nsitdirisr.coit.
prsonnel deplart mit at 8881 92',-321S.
s1k12. All an '. resiic to (hrlst : a d,.x0,
Watnt d COotjo With
cool internet comcnr .
Zoomculture.com Is hiring reps to cap-
ture student flie on video.., on campus
or anywhere life takes you this summer!
E-mail: Jay@zoonculture.com or
call Jay at (919) 9609100.
GRADUATE STUDENTS ~
Work withI leadi ng companies on luciative
shori-termn projects you can Perform C ro)
hoime. Use the SkillIs you already have.
Research. Writing Analysiscetc. Work as
much/little as you like while makig your
own schedule and $5. Visit
www. flex Inind.comn to learn more. Get $1I5
just to register. $I10 Pr qualified g4rad student
You refer.
G;RAPICS SU9PPORTpeson Temporary
3-4 months. Ideal Candidate will have
graphics designi background & must have
taker ctskills. Perfect posit ion hTorstudent
looking for summer work. Pay range $11l
14/hr. depending on experience. For moe
inflo. PleIase call Performnammee Personnel at
6681-6933 or email a resmec to Pcrfp~rsa2
@aol .com
GREATI SUMMER JOB!
Perfect for education mayors. Work with
children on field tips birthday paties work
outside. must be able to interact well with
public, Some fish cleatin gN/ay-AUgT, 41)
hrs /wk. , must have references. $8 hr. Spring
Valley Ttout Firm, D.exter only 21 nuns.
front Uii. of Michigan (734) 426-9437.
- Biologists
No experience needed!!
Earn up to 35K afterlyr
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 6/12/00. For details see
imsweb com or call (888) 680-5057
GROUNDSKEEPER:
Gain valuable large apt. community
experience. Work with maintenance and
management to maintain clean, beautiful
surroutndings. P/T or F/T. Send resume or
apply to 1099 Maiden Lane, Ann Arbor
48105 / fax: 665-2354._
HILLSDALE COLLEGE'S Dow
Journal isim Program is currently seeking a
journalism instructorw and assistant to the

IIOUSECLEA NER: weekend/summer
organize, projecs errands yard, pets. (94
p.ml.) $8-S 11)hr. 996-4847.
IMMEDIATE INCOME Opportnity.
Make money while attending college serious
inquries only. 734913-2184
+ uour Food Store
!!V 'VL~a D " q/ L6Mi
Quality - Service - Freshness - Selection
COME JOIN A WINNING TEAM!!
work around your classes & family
Basch's, an upscale supermarket, is now
accepting appications for the
following departments:
Cashier " Day/Night Stock
Deli * Produce " Meat
Accounting Clerk
App at:
Ann bor.2240.S. Main St.
Ann Arbor....2020 Green Rd.
Ypsilanti ...2375 Ellsworth Rd.
-Saline..... 65 E. Michigan Ave.
We bffer
" shift premiums (.50-2.50 weekendevening)
* flexible shifts (bth F/T and PIT)
* benefits after 90 days
For more info, cal Chris Booher @ (734) 994-7202-
LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION- Pond
buildingr. native landscaping. 5850/r Good
working cond. for both men & women. F/T
and PIT. EOE. 668-8181.
LAWN MAINTENANCE. 2 PT positions
av.ail- 20 firs +) workin in Ann Arbor. Good
pay flex, sched.. exp. prel-. Cyril 971-1)93-
LEASING; AGENT NEEDED pl-tie oi
student housing apai'tittns No experientce
necessarv- we'll train. Call 668-1Il(00
LEASING CONSULTANTl:
L ike to smileI Energetic indivdtals needed
for bisV but fun fare A apt comnunit
leasing o[ft cc. P/T or F! ViithotgIiLaot D ay
Scud resumie or apply to 1099 Maiden Lane.
Ann Arbor 48105/ ax: 665-2354.
ME:DICAL. OFFICE
Admin. asst. needed Full or part-imte. Pay
cottnieiistmraite with cxp Plase appl at Ann
Arbor I ermatoogY. 706 W Huron. Ann
Arbor or ax resume to) 734-996-8767.
NIl.SIKER TIOURS AND SUMMER
DIiSCO VERY
SUMMViNER OPPO RTU. NITES
C'ounslors needed lor our Student ir'.el
protgramndic/or ourpe-ollg enrichment
programos. Applicants must be _I years old
by June 20, 2000)..
We need:
'kMat tie
.Hardworking
'Energetic individuals who cart dedicate 4-7
weeks this summer workin with teenagers.
'To receive an application or to find out more
information: Call (888 )8SUMMER or
E-mail: wilsuminerfu.com lto set 11p)an
interview. Iterviews also conducted on
campus April 27-28.
NEEDED: Responsible prsol to be a
companion to 14 yr. old twins. Trans.
micessary. 3 days! wk. Call Cheri 995-9367.
NETWORK SALES CONSULTANT
www~domsys.com. Chal len inc career
selling oppor'tnity networks hin SE Michigani
for Ann Arbor based network interatr.
Must be hard working. iintlIicnt. & looking
for good oppot unity. Coimptcr xperiene
&4-yr degree req. Sales experience a plus.
Will train. Full-time. salary -+-Commissions.
Imomediate openns avail. Send resume &
salary historyv to: tffCodonss.cotn
OFFICE ASSISTANT NEEDED. Approx
20 hs/wk.. M- F. Good phone ctqiet.
orcan itational skills, amd peios ofice x p.
helpful. 57-S/hr. DOE. Call Wendi01 763-
3265.
PART TIME SUIMMER JOB- 11:00- 1:01
Monday- Friday. LIumch assistant at St- Paul
Early Childhood Center. Call 668-0887.
PRO SHOP HELP PTV
Groumids Help F/i. Racquet Club
of Anni Arboir. Call 971-5441.
IT OT OR NURSING stuet needed to
help w.oimen with MS bathe and exercise.
Mtust be able to work three days a week. 3
is/day. $101/hr. Female preered. Call Juie
(734) 485-7507.
SALES
If vomn arc' bright amd like working with
pciplc amd your idea of how a college
st odett should itake mroney is not fl ipiig
hammibugrs. we may have a full or part time
gale, poiton lfor you. Englamder's Furniture
tiii miA-monArbor has tfll amd pait tule
P'lomis a'. :mlabc i sales. Uiversity of
S1li ician Students iii the pas have had great
sucCes with uts both while in school and afer
tcradomatomi. So. if making good money.
learn something about retail, and having
Soime lumit workitic a flexible schedule that
can uclude ev.enins and/or weekends is

STUD.'lENT- FINANCIAL ASSISTANT:
sprmiig/Su imilrti2 000: energetic. organized.
ditii I -riented student needed for pmocessing
hinanmal mmiormiat omi. repoi'is amid of'fice
1mippoit Hiwiicial experience a plus.
-lest ble hours,. 1 2 to 15 per week, or full
ttutelle i I ?a. >75 ail letter of application
.mnd resutmtu to: Sttudermt Financial Assistant,
t I I Publications. 210 A Stumdemit Ptubications
[tldgu . Ann Arbor. Ml 48109-1327.
SUMIMER MONEY. Have fun in the sunt
anud earn btwni. $3000-5000. Hiring
houscpaltcrs/10renen. Call 1-888-277-9787
or w\,\'.'.Colleg-eprocoi
S I'NIER POSITIONS available! An
cmi'. irom nettal consultmig fir-m is lookimic Iom
,iinulilk cllIoyees. Frce training is prov'idedl
onec ove iii uoc is necessar'.-v, Mist have
r.Iiable '. iclcl & t valid driv.er, licenise.
o su l.a od lu um cage coipemisal ion. Ideal for
-cieilcr uowr>_ Please lax ret;te cto 734-
9,1 1- >N69 or caill Ikar4 -734-930-01995.
SI VIMIER SALES INERNSHIP~S
IEa~rn '-30)(0))- S7000-Gaitn Valtuable business
experienCce llmig yellow page advertisinc= in
'.our 01 [metal Unilversity Telephone
l )ircctory.. Excellent advertisinig/sales/public
iclalioilstchallenge. GRE;AT RESUME
BOOSTF1' IC N ati mlly Recognized Trai nimig
1''ritu. ('all Pauld at Collcge D.irctory
t'nihiuuigSui-t(T2221 x288,
SUIMI"R N-VOK
-N'. eage 1st Soumiter 57500)
Selectinmg All Majors
Sailes and 13 usinless Maiaemenit
Relocate West
14 sipots left for sttudents seekimiga challenge
- this stiittiiicr.
('all Shelly 677-3977.
SWIMM\ING; POOL sevvice and
cins utntiteion ot Vip pay for- hard wornk ing. self
utmot i'.amed pcoplc to work in the NW
0F L )I llSI, 1S NI ost betrtusliworthy amid
t-dep-iJuh- 2' 18-477-7727.
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.

ABLE CHILDCARE mieeded beginning mid
April. 10-IS hrs./wk. after school 3-6 & some
eves. Need mansportation. 973-0158.
BABYSITTER for niewborni baby girl. Wiest
side on bus route. 2-4 hrs./day. 769-6944.
CARETAKER & DRIVER tieeded for 3
active school aged children for summer. M-
Th.. 8-5:30. Nora 0)662-I 189 or 332-7863.
CHILDCARE PROVIDER needed "part-
time in. Ann Arbor home for happy toddler
May-Aug. 2 weekdays! days flexible. Please-
call Laurma at (734) 747-9481.
EARLY CHILDHOOD substitutes needed
for spring amid sumrmner terms. Work.
Saccording to your availability. Call St. Paul
Ear'ly ClIdhood Center at 668-0887.
ENTHUSIASTIC, responisible person
needed to cam'e for 3 yr. old amid I yr. old ini
our A3 home. N-smikr., own ii'ans.. exp./refs.,
req. Approx. 30 hrs-/wk.. flex. 665-4093.
FULL TIME SUMMER positions- Must be.
I8 or older. St. Paul Early Childhood
Centers. W orking, with 3-S year-olds:' Lots ofoud r aci tes nd n ex l e t
oppor~tuniity to gaini exper-iece working with
young children. Great f'or psych, niursimig. PFC-
ired and education studenits. Call 668-0887.
PART TIME SUMMER .JOB- 1'1{t:0}1:)
Mondav-Friday. Ltunch assistant at St. Paul
E arl- ClIdhood Cemnter. Call 668- 0887.
SUMMER BABYSITTER mccded in my A2
home. To begin Jumme 19. Mon-Fri. [0-Spin.
Nonismoker. nmust have orwt car. ('all Jill at
482-45(X) or 747-8748.
SUM MER CHIL DCARE- for 3 school-age
childreni. Mid-Jme through Aug..30hrs./wk.
Call 994-4535.

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TEACHER! PART-TIME for before &
after school child care program ini the Antn
Arbor public schools. Great funi! 7:15-9 AM
&/or 3:10-6 PM M-F. Pay starts at $7/hr. Call
Beth or Laura 761-710)1.
TEACHERS/ASSISTANTS - SUMMER
SCIENCE CAMP, Ann Arbor Hands-On
Museum. Positions available for teachers
and teachier' assistamnts at piopular, muli-
discipline, hands-on science classes fom
preschloolers through Sth :n'ade. Jtine 26th-
August I I th. Teachers. pie-service teachers.
or others with at lormtal or iniformal
background iii sciemuce should apply for
teaching- posit iotis. College or high school
students, or others who enjoy workinig with
childien, should apply for assistamnts
posit ions. Teachers's salary based on
exper'ienice. Assistamits' salary, based oii
experienice, starting at $6.50/hour. 35
liom~rs/week. Mi-F. For more itnformiationi,
contact: Summner Scietice (Catmp Coomditiator.
Ann Arbor Hanids-On Museum. 221) F. Ann
St.. Anmn Arbor, Ml 18104. 734-995-5439.
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, GoRt,
Swimming, Swiing, Mountainbiking,
Backpacking, Hiking, Canoeing,
Fencing, Ropes CussAt
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.
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3RD ROOMMATE. NEEDED to share,
speiious 2 bdrm. apt. for Fall 20(0). Great
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4 LAR(NE BDRMS. avail. in 7 person house
for' fall 2001). Near Soith U1. Grad students
pref. Call Dar-ani 994-9489.
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