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The Michigan Daily - Friday, December 10, 1999 - 7

DELIVERY DRIVER/Inside Help Wanted.
All shifts avail. Bell's Pizza. Immed.
openings. Apply in person. 700 Packard.
DRIVE OUR CARS to San Francisco after
Chnstias Call 662-7169 after 6 pm.
E-COMMERCE. Make money on the
miernet vhile in college. Serious inqTries
v 714-913-2184.
CITING INTERNET STARTUP is
looking fr motivated U-Michigan students
bor management roles on camnpus. Includes
cood pay & stock options. Contact info. @
uconnections.com
GET PAID MONEY to surf the web.
htt p'//www monevforsurfi ng.net
GET PUBLISHED! GET PAID!
naincampus.com seeks
students for stories
ranging from
Politics/Sex/Culture/Etc.
$25 per story!
Email us at: earn@maincampus.com

WAITER FOR SORORITY. 5 days. $6/hr ORANGE BOWL. Jan 1 in sunny Miami,
+ food. Student ref. Reliable. Call house Fla Excellent tix avail, below cost. $60
director 761-7553. each and up Credit cards accepted. (702)
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BASKETBALL
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who can muscle his way to 20 points in
the frontcourt.
Gone are the likes of Brand,
Christian Laettner, Robert Traylor
and Chris Webber - superstars who
built this rivalry into one of the mar-
quee sporting events of the 1990s,
before moving on to the NBA.
Replacing them under the spot-

WANTED: BUSINESS PLAN for
marketing cardsAlive.com on campus. Email
J B tcresta.com
WANTED: TWO PROGRAMMING
ASSISTANTS starting WinterTerm: 2000.
*Persons will be responsible for assisting in
the planning and implementation as well as
marketing of the Michigan League student
programs and events.
*Knowledge of and/or experience in
implementing educational, social/cultural,
and musical programs are preferred.
*Skill in computer software (Adobe
Pagemaker, Adobe Illustrator, etcel
applications is desirable.
*Must be creative. self motivated, reliable
and able to work well with diverse groups.
Apply at the:
Michigan League Programming Office
911 N. University, Ann Arbor
For more information, call 763-4652.
WENDY'S has openings for crew members
in our friendly environment. Up to $10/hr.
Apply in person at UM League #40. 911 N.
University or UM Union #28, 520 S. State St.
Stanton & Assoc. is committed to a diverse
workplace. Call 1-877-4WENDYS.
WORK STUDY POS. for winter term.
General office work, prof setting in dean's
office. Basic computer skills needed. Filing,
phone, mailings, xeroxing, & errands. Attn.
to detail important. Casual attire. Call Susan
615-4415 for interview.

ten for grudge match

ORANGE BOWL.
Call t Ip Tours.
I -SW-927-2_70) or
ORIER ONLINE 24 HRS.
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SPRING BREAK 2000
Acapulco. Cancun. Ski Canada and many
others looking for reps. you could go free...
Regency Travel. 209 South State St. A2
48104. Call 734-665-6122 or
ww. denise.kataiamaki )wspan.com

light will be Shane Battier, Chris
Carrawell, LaVell Blanchard and
Crawford - a smaller, sleeker
group of stars.
These teams are not the basketball
giants that shook the frozen ground
whenever they stepped into an oppo-
nent's arena.
Yet they might be good enough to
make some noise in the tournament
come March.
The Blue Devils (5-2) are current-

ly ranked No. 14 in the AP poll, and
are riding a five-game winning
streak. They came from behind to
beat DePaul on a 3-pointer from
freshman Nick Horvath in the wan-
ing seconds last Saturday.
Michigan (6-0) has struggled in
two games since an exciting victory
over Georgia Tech in the ACC-Big
Ten Challenge, but remains unbeat-
en and will inevitably land a spot in
the poll with a win tomorrow.

Check a few of our low air rates

Detroit-Johannesburg-Detroit $1286.99
Detroit-Delhi-Detroit $1169.59
Detroit-Caracas-Detroit $501.40

NOW HIRING
Seniors and Grads
Attend Class
- Take Notes
up to $14/lecture
Variety of classes
Flexible Schedule
-Faculty approved classes ***
Grade A Notes
Call 741-9669 for more info
annarbor@gradeanotes.com
www.gradeanotes.com
WN MAINTENANCE crew
leaders/members wanted. 973-0930. Valid
Michigan license needed.
NEED EXPERIENCE (and money?) Join a
fast, fun and growing company as your
campus representative. Flexible hours,
responsibilities and competitive pay. No
experience, just personality needed. Visit
wWw.mybytes.com/StudentRep to find out
more.
NEED EXTRA $$ FOR THE HOLIDAYS?
The UM Nicotine Research Lab is looking
*healthy female smokers, ages 20-65, to
participate in a research study. Looking for
women who have experienced depression in
the past as well as those who have not.
Payment for participation is $300. For more
info, please call Erin at 998-8702.

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SWork for
a College
Internet
.Company
While Still in Sehooll
Lbeverage your Campus
~Knowledge to get paid well
..as a Campus Marketing
'Manager
Skills needesd
* Outgoing & Motivated
" Leadership
'* Organized & Resourceful
* Project management skills
"Familiarity with campus
axpriencs
* Sophomore or higher
" Live on or near campus
* Campus involvement
Active on Internet
Responsibltises
" Help Develop Marketing Plan
*Interview & Hire Support Staff
" Facilitate Campus Relations
Local Account Management
"Manage Marketing Budget
" Execute Local Campaigns
" Help Conduct Campus Research
Open Interviews will be
held on or near your cam-
pus the week of Dec. 6th.
Visit us at www.allstu-
dents.com for exact time,
date, & location info.
-mail resume to
bs@allstudents.com
for more information
1-888-640-8810 ext. 212.
OFFICE ASSISTANT Permanent Part-
time, reliable references (734) 996-9601.
OFFICE ASSISTANT P/T: Ski & outdoor
products sales agency looking for someone
for data entry, customer service, & other
misc. office work. Flex. schedule. 15-30
hrs./wk. Call Susan at 769-1134.
W ,T TMEAND GOOD money. see
PART TIME CLERICAL position
available. Must know microsoft office & be
able to type 70 wpi. Good wage w/ flexible
hrs. Please call 734-971-0380.
PROFESSIONAL COUPLE seeks student
for light housekeeping, childcare. & dinner
preparation in our home near central campus.
4.ff7: n rk. MF. Must hed e.xtremel

AWESOME JOB. Early childhood center
needs someone to close M&W 3:30-5:30 Fun
job working w/ toddlers. Call 668-0887
BABYSITTER WANTED. Family with 3
and 6 year old boys seeks high-eterN
babysitter who is responsible as well as un
and able to closely supervise our active
children. 2-3 times/week for 2-4 hrs. Occas.
eves. or wknds. Please call Kerry 994-3233.
CAREGIVER NEEDED FOR our 6 mo.
old son in our Burns Park home. Mon. Wed.,
Thurs.. full or half days. Call 332-1907.
CHILD CARE NEEDED in home for 2
year old and new born. 5-15 hrs./wk. Hours
flexible. Plase call Andrea 994-9817.
CHILDCARE NEEDED for 4-mo. old & 4-
yr. old 2 days/wk. in our home. 662-7812.
SUBSTITUTES NEEDED. St. Paul Early
Childhood Center needs substitutes. No
teaching required. Fun job working w/ young
children. Great for Education & Psych.
students to Rain exp. Call 668-0887.
TEACHER! PART-TIME for before &
after school child care program in the Ann
Arbor public schools. Great fun! 7:15-9 am
&/or 3:10-6 p.m. M-F. Pay starts at S7/hi
Call Beth or Laura 761-7101.
tickets & travel
#1 SPRING BREAK VACATIONS!
Cancun Jamaica, Bahamas & Florida
Best Prices Gusranteed!
Free Parties & Cover Charges!
Now Hiring Campus Reps!
1-800-234-7007
www.endlesssummertours.com
***ACT-NOW! Call for the best Spring
Break Prices! South Padre, Cancun
Jamaica, Bahamas, Acapulco, Florida &
Mardi Gras. Reps needed. ..Travel Free, Earn
$$$. Discounts forfi 800-838-8203/
www. leisuretours.con
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ALL destinations offered. Trip Participants,
Student Organizations& Campus Sales Reps
wanted. Fabulous parties, hotel & prices.
Call inter-Campus at 800-327-6013.
CANCUN & JAMAICA SPRING Break
Specials! 7 Nights Air. Hotel. Free Meals.
Drinks From $399! I of 6 Small Businesses
Recognized For Outstanding Ethics
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' 5250/person for the week. 810-227-9213.
CANCUN SUPER SALE!!
* Up to $I(0 off
* 4 top hotels
7 free dinners!
* Space is limited!
www.StudentCity.com
Call 80(-293-1443 for details!
CHRISTMAS BREAK (Orange Bowl) 2
bedroom condo available. Ft. Lauderdale
area. Call 1-248-851-2377 for details.
EARLY SPRING BREAK specials!
Bahamas Party Cruise 5 Days $279!
Includes Most Meals! Awesome Beaches,
Nightlife! Panama City, Daytona, South
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Reaccreditation
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SPRING BREAK '00 Cancun. Jamaica
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free! 1-800-446-8355 www.sunbreaks.com
www.OPENSEATS.com
Michigan's online ticket source
buv/sell tickets
Winter
announcements
The Michigon D0ly will not be published from
Dec. 14- Jon. 4, therefore The Clossifieds will
have the following ecliy dadines:

The University of Michigan is seeking comments from the public about the University
in preparation for its periodic evaluation by its regional accrediting agency. The
University will undergo an evaluation visit March 2-3 and March 6-8, 2000, by a team
representing the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the North Central
Association of Colleges and Schools. The University of Michigan has been accredited
by the Commission since 1913. The team will review a special self-study on collabora-
tive, integrative, and interdisciplinary teaching and learning and will review the
University's ongoing ability to meet the Commission's Criteria for Accreditation and
General Institutional Requirements.
The public is invited to submit comments regarding the University:
Public Comment on the University of Michigan
Commission on Institutions of Higher Education
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
30 North LaSalle Street, Suite 2400
Chicago, IL 60606
Comments must address substantive matters related to the quality of the University or
its academic programs. Comments must be in writing and signed; comments cannot be
treated as confidential.
All comments must be received by February 2, 2000.

YOUR SPRING BREAK PACKAGE INCLUDES

" Round-trip oirfore
" 7 nights hotel accommodations
" Round-trip airport & hotel transfers
" Free welcome, beach & evening parties
" Free admission to night clubs
" Discounts on restaurants, water sports & side excursions
S t lotk -oo s1800.42 7710O S

" Packages available to Negril and Montego Boy
" Professional on-site tour reps
" Complete weekly activities program offering optional
sunset cruise, booze cruise, toga party & more
" Free bonus party pock
1-dei T iewe 5evIi I 1.90. 45*4

Price is per person based on quad occupancy; from select departure cities. Other cities may qualify for reduction or require surcharge. US and Jamaica
departure taxes (currently $65) and $12 handling charge additional. Rates increase $30 on 12/15/99. Peak-week surcharges/off-week discounts may apply.
Restrictions and cancellation penalties apply. Limited availability. Subject to change without notice. cali for full details on hotel selection and availability.

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NINTH AVENUE Jazz Group seeks Wind
Player. abreed@umich.edu. 975-4058.
PUT YOUR FACE in cyberspace. Video
greeting cards. cardsAlive.com
COLLEGE COUPLE LOOKING for
another college couple to room with in an
Ann Arbor apartment in May. Call Kathleen
or Kevin @ 810-797-4123.
RMMTE. NEEDED for 2 bdrm. apt. across
from Law Quad. 804 Monroe. 769-2051.

Eta Kappa Nu Association
The Eta Kappa Nu Association is the International Honor Society for Electrical and
Computer Engineers. Outstanding persons elect to Eta Kappa Nu primarily during
their junior or senior year, but also from graduate school. Eligibility depends on
marked ability as demonstrated by academic excellence, personal character, communi-
ty service, and distinguished accomplishments, all of which indicate that the candidate
is or will be a success in his or her profession. Members of Eta Kappa Nu are marked
people, sought after by the best companies and schools.
We, the officers and faculty advisors of the Beta Epsilon chapter of Eta Kappa Nu at
the University of Michigan, heartily congratulate the following students for meeting
the membership requirements and completing the initiation process for the following
terms, thus becoming active members of Eta Kappa Nu:
Winter 1999

Katherine Armstrong
Todd Bachmann
Jonathan Bauman
Jason Bond
Kellie Brewer
Christopher Brown
Martin Bruce
Am Yi-Fen Chang
Pek ui Cheng
Eric Cronin

Michael Decker
Gayatri Eadara
Christopher Eck
Robert Hageman III
Catherine Hwang
Jebediah Keefe
Kimberly Khalsa
Alex Kwun-Po Lun
Michael MacFerrin

Austin Moore
Onur Mutlu
Kyle Reese
Brian Ruttenberg
Daniel Schonberg
Vincent Seah
Shreya Shah
Brandon Vallade
Saran Vardhanabhuti

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