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SP/SU SUBLET 1 BR in 2BR apt. Close to
campus. Female pref. Prkg, Indry incl.
$300/mo. Call 827-2973.
SP/SU SUBLET 1321 Wilmot. 1 bdrm. in 2
bdrm. apt. Nice roommate, own tv in room,
prkg avail. $350/mo. or neg. Call 678-8796.
SP/SU SUBLET. I bdrm. in 3 bdrm. apt.
Close to campus. Free prkg., heat and water.
4 ent neg. 213-1356, firstname.lastname@example.org
SP/SU SUBLET: Great location at 624
Church St. 4 bdrms. Spacious, rent
negotiable. 994-6055. email@example.com
SP/SU: Incl. priv. furn bdrm, bath, living rm.
Shared kitch. $350/mo. Incl. utils. 623-1563.
SPACIOUS 2BR SUMMER SUBLET. 425
Hill near Packard. A/C + prkg incl. Nice
Windows! Close to IM building. Rent neg. -
We must sublet soon! Call David 669-9391.
SPRING-SUMMER SUBLETS Available.
Pick up a current listing at
Varsity Management,625 Church.
0 SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET
Absolutely the nicest apartment on
Campus. Located in the Crawford House
Apt. #101 on Willard. Only three
bedroom, two bath unit in building.
Granite countertops, marble bathrooms,
brand new kitchen appliances including
two refrigerators, underground parking,
and central A/C. Call 734-930-9989 to see.
SPRING/SUMMER sublet. 2 bdrm. house
apt. Ldry, prkg, furn. 2 blks. from Central
Campus. 10 min. walk to hosp. 302-0263.
.PRING/SUMMER SUBLET. Large I
bdrm. apt. Prkg. Great loc. on Church and
Oakland. Call 996-0820.
SUB. YOUR OWN APT. beautiful Ig. eff. Ig
windows & closets, A/C, prkg spc. full kitch,
Idry. $475 neg. avail May-Aug 327-4855
SUM. SUBLET. for SP and/or Sum. term.
price neg. Loc. near campus on s. forest.
newly remodeled kitch. new wshr/dryer. 2
full baths. lots of space for prkg. call 734-
SUMMER SUBLET, Avail. May-Aug. 1
bdrm. in a 2 bdrm. apt. Includes A/C, prkg
Apace avail, Idry on site, furn, located in the
eart of central campus. Rent $500/neg.
The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 5, 2001- 7A
Your Food Store
Students, feeling broke? Tired of
dorm food? We can work around
your classes and family.
Come work with a winning team!
Busch's is currently hiring or
the following positions:
" Shift Premiums ($.50-$2.50
more for evening/weekend
" Flexible shifts
" Insurane for Full and Part
" Tuition reimbursement
" Perfect attendance
* Experience pay
Rush in to apply at our stores
in Ann Arbor at 2020 Green Rd.
(Plymouth and Green),
and 2240 S. Main St.
CAMP CANDENSIS, Pocono Mountains,
PA. (2 hours from New York and
Philadelphia), Premier residential coed
summer camp. We are looking for an
energetic, qualified and caring staff to teach
all general athletics, WSI, waterfront
activities, scuba, tennis, gymnastics,
mountain bikes, motorcycles, outdoor
adventure, ropes, arts and crats, cooking and
much more! Excellent facilities and great
salary! 6/20-8/17. Call (800) 832-8228 or
apply online: www.canadensis.com.
BIOLOGY & SCIENCE
Start at 32K, 45K at 2 Years
IMS, Inc., a biomedical soft-
ware firm in Silver Spring, MD
is offering a free 4-week pro-
gramming course. We have 10
openings. We have hired 90% of
the 50 students who have taken
LIKE TO SMILE? Energetic individuals
needed for busy but fun apartment leasing
office. P/T of F/T through Labor Day. Send
resume or apply to 1099 Maiden Lane Ann
Arbor 48105/ 665-4331 Fax: 665-2354/
MICHIGAN TELEFUND Now hiring
students for flex. night and weekend sched.
Fun work atmosphere and great job
experience. Up to $8/hr. + nightly bonuses.
Apply online or stop by 611 Church, Suite
4F. www.telefund.umich.edu. 998-7420.
NEED RELIABLE student to work U of M
event parking. Guaranteed 4/hrs. of pay each
night. Please contact Nicole at 622-0734.
P/T LUNCH RECESS AIDE (K -8 school)
needed to supervise students in lunch area &
outside. $8.00/HR. P/T Office Assistant to
answer phones & complete computer-based
tasks. $8.00 - $10.00/HR. Must like children
& have patience. Send resume to
firstname.lastname@example.org or fax -
PAID ART FAIR INTERNSHIP
Memorial Day to August. Opportunity to
play vital role in production and management
of 2001 Ann Arbor Summer Art Fair.
Interested? Contact Matt or Mary: mary
@michiganguild.org or call 662-3382.
PART-TIME FRONT desk & massage
therapist positions available. Flex hours.
Starting at $8/hr. plus commission. Apply in
person at Endless Summer Tanning salon.
Get application: 1896 W. Stadium. 662-2602.
SCOREKEEPERS PUB & GRILL is now
hiring part-time short order cooks. No
experience needed. 310 Maynard.995-0100.
SPRING/SUMMER STUDENT OFFICE
ASSISTANT: Energetic, organized, detail-
oriented student needed for checking
payables, payroll, helping with purchases,
reports, filing, odd jobs. Financial acumen,
experience a plus. Flexible hours, 30 to 40
hours per week. Pay $8.50. Mail letter of
application and resume to : Student Office
Assistant, UM Student Publications, 210A
Student Publications Bldg., Ann Arbor, MI
STUDENTS! NOW ACCEPTING
applications for spring/summer lunch shifts.
No weekends! Flex. schedule. Apply in
person at the Michigan League Buffet, 1lam-
2pm, 911 N. University, ask for Mr. B. Or
email Mr B. at email@example.com
SUMMER CAMP NEAR ANN ARBOR
seeks counselors, lifeguards, health officer.
Room, board, and salary. (734) 878-6628.
SUMMER DISCOVERY/ JR.
DISCOVERY/ MUSIKER TOURS
Counselors wanted to share a great
experience working/traveling with
middle/high school students this summer. We
direct popular pre-college programs at 7
universities and several travel programs
across the US. Applicants must be 21 by June
20t and have a valid driver's license. For
info, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (800)
SWIMMING POOL service and
construction. Fast paced outdoor work,
Weekends off. Top pay for hard working,
self motivated people to work in the NW
DETROIT SUBS. 248-477-7727.
TOP BOYS SPORTS CAMP IN MAINE!
PLAY & COACH SPORTS-HAVE FUN-
MAKE$$ CAMP COBBOSSEE-Positions
available in: ALL TEAM & INDIVIDUAL
SPORTS, ALL WATER SPORTS, PLUS:
Camping & Hiking, Ropes and Rock
Climbing, Ice Hockey, Roller Hockey, Arts
& Crafts, Martial Arts. Top salaes,
Excellent Facilities, FREE ROOM,
BOARD, LAUNDRY. Travel Allowance.
www.campcobbossee.com ON LINE
APPLICATION or call: (800)473-6104.
GREAT SUMMER JOB! Perfect for
education majors; work with children on field
trips, birthday parties, work outside. May-
August. 40 hrs/wk. $8/hr. Spring Valley
Trout Farm, Dexter 734-426-4772.
LIKE TO WORK WITH YOUR HANDS?
Join the Island Drive maintenance staff.
Dedicated/hard working Groundskeeper and
Maint. Ass'ts needed to help maintain clean,
beautiful surroundings, prep apts, and make
repairs. Have .fun while gaining valuable
experience, skills and knowledge - will train!
P/T or F/T. Resumes or apply to:
1099 Maiden Lane, 665-4331 fax: 665-2354.
LOOKING FOR A JOB OR
INTERNSHIP? Flashlight Consulting can
help. We have placed students at top
companies like Lockheed-Martin and Pfizer.
Call 734-528-5264 and set up a meeting with
a consultant today. WE GUARANTEE AT
LEAST AN INTERVIEW.
LOOKING FOR SUMMER CHILD
CARE for 2 children, ages 12 and 8. Plus
some foreign language instruction. 35
hours/week. We will provide free room and
board + negotiable weekly stipend. 1 BR,
private bath, living room in Northern
Oakland County. (248) 628-1543 - nights,
or (810) 523-4879 -days.
SUMMER CHILD CARE HELP. May-
Aug. Flex. hours. Need reliable car, good
driving record. Call Lynn 761-3261.
each other for jet,
CH INA "Americans don't realize Chini
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director of international programs at the
University. "There is so much at stake
that there is reason for resolving this
"The situation definitely has the
potential to become more serious as it
drags on," said Mary Gallagher, an
assistant professor of political science.
"This could impact every other
issue concerning the U.S. and China,"
she said, including U.S. support of Tai-
wan's independence and China's bid to
enter the World Trade Organization
and host the 2008 Summer Olympics.
Gallagher added that the United
States should not expect swift action
leadership makes it impossible for a
quick decision," she said. "Currently,.
the Chinese government is making sui
it stays in control. It wants to be able, to}
support the situation."
Despite the collision, Gallagher still"
plans to go ahead with a trip to China on
Meanwhile, most Americans are-
still waiting for answers to the many-
questions raised by the accident.
"I'm really don't know what to
think," said LSA senior Elaine Z
"There are so many questions tha:
have yet to be answered and until tli
are, both nations will probably cont
ue blaming each other."
REGISTRATION "It's a BgTen
ADORABLE CHILDREN: 2 yr. old boy &
4 yr. old girl. 1-2 full days flex., in our home.
Own trans. Creative, loves children,
experience preferred. Start in May. 761-4669.
AFTER SCHOOL CHILD CARE
beginning Sept. 2001. Special
person/persons wanted to take over for our
graduating seniors. 4 to 5 afternoons/week,
3-6pm, in Ann Arbor. Three great kids, ages
10 to 12. Help with homework,
transportation to activities (must have own
car) and most important, have fun! May job
share with a friend.- Good pay, good times.
Call Lisa@769-8440 or Elaine@662-3992
CHILDCARE and light housekeeping--
Mon, Tues, Thurs, for 3 kids in our Ann
Arbor home. Car, references and reliability
ENERGETIC AND LOVING individual to
care for 2-yr. old boy. Needed 2 nights/wk
plus flex. schedule mornings/afternoons.
Refs. req. (734) 995-1744.
LIVE-IN experienced female for 6 and 7
year old in a family home - Westside. Private
bedroom and bath in quite home 3 miles from
UM. Room & board plus stipend this summer
(potentially ongoing), 30 hours/week, with
some flex. Responsible, good attitude, no
pets, non smoker. Own car a good idea.
References. David at 763-6580 (W) or. 665-
2978 (H- before 9:00pm).
PART TIME NANNY NEEDED For 2 yr.
old child. Previous experience and
transportation required. To start ASAP, 2-3
mornings/wk. Please call 623-9545.
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Others rationalized the policy by say-
ing the University favors athletes over
the rest of the student body.
"It's a Big Ten school. (Athletics)
are a big deal here," said Art and
Design senior Maggie Kippola.
First-year Law student Mike
Groebe said he doesn't mind the
new policy. "They get special treat-
ment anyway. It's not like this
makes much of a difference."
But Monts said the University
policy is much tamer than that of
"At other universities, athletes go
before all students," he said.
Athletes are not the only students
who get preferential registration
times. Students with disabilities
register early, too, in order to
accommodate schedules with inter-
preters or van rides across campus.
Registration appointments began
Monday and last until April 16.
*OLLEGE CLEANERS: PROF. Dry
Cleaning and Laundry shirts, Free summer
storage. 715 N. Univ., next to Hill, 662-1906.
ENGLISH or any language instantly. In a
cafe. Pay after only if satisfied. Low prices.
248 672-6114. email@example.com
1-800-699-2466 mailbox 248 672-6114.
Professional/Affordable Resume Writing &
Free Student Career Placement Services.
d-d.consultant.home.att.net /(734) 327-9250.
THESIS EDITING. All disciplines and
ormats. 25 years U-M experience.
34/996-0566 or firstname.lastname@example.org
are a big deal here,.
- Maggie Kippola
Art and Design senior
After students in the highest bracket'
register, they will be followed by those
in bracket two, which includes s
dents with 85-99 credits, bracket t
(70-84 credits), bracket four (55-
credits), bracket five (40-54 credit
bracket six (25-39 credits) and brack
seven (0-24 credits).
Within each bracket, students are
randomly assigned a registration
LSA freshman Vidya Mony
registering on April 13 but said she
didn't expect any better as a fresh;
man. "I would like an earlier date,
but it doesn't bother me. I just hope
to get my classes."
Professional Editing Service
Proofreading and Styling for
Fiction + Technical Articles
Voice: (734) 428-1288
Fax: (734) 428-1443
6/18/01. For details see
www.IMSWEB.com or to apply
call toll free (888) 680-5057.
CAREER - EXPLORING STUDENTS
wanted - UM Department of Public Safety
and Security offers positions in customer
services, special events, office support, and
student safety beginning at $7.50 hrs.
Minimum 10 hours per week. Now hiring for
spring/summer/fall. Please call
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VISTA VOLUNTEER OPENINGS
June 11-Aug. 3rd. $791/month. $1000 tuition
credit. Call Deanna Forester 734-722-1050
x273. Email email@example.com
!!!OFFICE PERSON 20 hrs/wk
management & receivables. Pleasant
environment, flexible hours. Downtown AA.
tac skills a must 734-761-7204.
$10 AN HOUR - MINIMUM! - Data Entry
positions available with flexible hours in our
Ann Arbor office. We are a leader in Medical
Billing, and we are looking for those who are
dedicated, quick thinking and can type - 60
wpm OR MORE. Knowledge of medical
billing and coding helpful but not necessary
(willing to train the right person ).Fax, mail
or email resume to:
P.O. Box 1108, Ann Arbor MI 48106
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All Media Guide
All Media Guide is looking for
to write descriptions and reviews
of video games and entertain-
ment software for the All Game
Guide. Expertise in a particular
genre or platform is a plus.
Writers will work in a freelancej
capacity, off-site, and are needed
to cover every platform and every
game, including children's and
religious, from PC to PlayStation 2,
to Atari2600 and earlier.
We will consider working with
beginning writers. All candidates
must possess strong writing skills
and thorough command of gram-j
mar and the English language.
WANTED ENRICHMENT TEACHERS
for before and after school program with
elementary school children. Gain pre-student
teaching hour experience. Call KingCare at
CAMP JOBS for residents of Chicago's
Northern Suburbs. Discovery Day Camp
seeks nurturing staff: Counselors as well as
specialists in nature, ropes course, biking,
gymnastics, drama, dance, tennis, camping
and swimming. Internships avail. as well as
office and supervisory positions. Bus driving
positions avail. for 21 and up. (800) 659-
4332 or e-mail: Elise@campdiscovery.com
FIND YOUR SUMMER JOB NOWM
We have many positions in and around Ann
Arbor in areas such as:
Apply Mon. - Thurs.
8:30 - 10:30am or 1:30-3:30pm at
5060 Jackson Rd., Independence Plaza,
Ann Arbor. Picture ID
& Social Security Card required.
Pay ranges: $9-13 per hr.
Visit our website at:
CAMPUS TO METRO $35 with this ad.
Save when you share. Any occasion. Major
credit cards accepted. Clean, quick and
dependable. Until 11:00 P.M. Ann Arbor
Taxi (734) 741-9000.
$1500 WEEKLY: potential mailing our
circulars. For info call 203-977-1720.
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A FUN SUMMER JOB that makes a
DIFFERENCE. Work with children as
general counselors from 6/18-8/17. Must live
in Farm., Blm. Fld., Novi, Birm., Troy, or
adj. areas. Email Willowaydc@aol.com or
Call Willoway Day Camp 248-932-2123.
Pre-meds and biology and chemistry majors
A)ne year Full-time positions in research with
Newenzyme immunoassays or
New transgenic mice strains.
Both positions include clinical exposure with
New drug delivery systems.
Fax resume to 734.665.0642 or
Pay rate varies with experience
level and type of work contrib-
uted. Work can be part-time or
full time. Please see our web site
w.allgame.com for m
and resumes to:
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COLEMAN'S 4 SEASONS MARKET has
summer jobs available starting now. We offer
a flexible schedule, pleasant environment and
some decent pay starting at $8.00/hr. We are
looking for cashiers, produce clerks, garden
clerks and salad makers. Apply at 2281 W.
Liberty, Ann Arbor.
DO YOU HAVE YOUR SIGHTS SET ON
THE BUSINESS WORLD?
Are you creative, energetic and self-
Here is your chance to jump on board
the Michigan Daily Classified Sales Staff,
and put your business skills to work!
We are now hiring for Fall 2001!! As an
Account Executive, you'll gain invaluable
advertising and sales experience.
Have fun and get paid doing it!
Pick up an application at the Student
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ADOPTION: Happily married couple
wishes to adopt newborn. Full-time mother &
successful father to love, care & nurture.
Expenses paid. Call Terry & Bob.
FRATERNITIES - SORORITIES
CLUBS - STUDENT GROUPS
Earn $1,000-$2,000 this semester with the
easy Campusfundraiser.com three hour
fundraising event. No sales required.
Fundraising dates are filling quickly, so call
today! Contact Campusfundraiser.com at
(888) 923-3238, or visit
UNIVERSITY HOUSING AT THE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN: Will
conduct its Commercial Vendor Fair at three
campus area locations (Central, Hill area, and
North campuses) during its 2001 Fall Student
Move-In, August 30-September 1, 2001.
Those approved to participate in the
Commercial Vendor Fair are also eligible to
participatein the Summer Orientation
Vendor Bazaar, June 4-Aug. 3, at no
additional cost. The Commercial Vending
Programs offer commercial agents a venue
for selling items to students, who wish to
acquire items for outfitting their residence
hall rooms. Vending by non-registered
commercial agents is not permitted at or near
U-M residence halls during- the Fall Move-In
or, at all, during Summer Orientation. The
booklet, Guidelines for the Commercial
Vending Programs, provides info. about the
two programs. This year's registration fee is
$300, and each loft, by 18ft. vendor space is
$200. To pickup a copy of the Guidelines,
you may visit U-M's Housing Information
Office (8am-5pm M-F), 515 East Jefferson
(corner of Jefferson and Maynard Streets),
10 1 Student Activities Building in Ann
Arbor. To receive a copy of the Guidelines
by mail, contact Housing Information by
telephone at (734) 763-3164/5, or via e-mail
at firstname.lastname@example.org. All eligible
applications must be received in house by
5PM Tuesday, May 8, 2001. Uni. Housing is
not resnonsible for anns. arriving (for
Camp Greylock & Romaca
seek caring, energetic
counselors and coaches.
Co-ed staffs, competitive salaries
+ room and board. Internships are
available. Located in the Berkshire
Mountains of Massachusetts, 2.5
hours from Boston and NYC.
Archery, Baseball, Basketball,
Climbing Wall Creative Arts.
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