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with free laundry and parking. Rent is
$1100 + utilities. Call (734) 663-8487.
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Call Campus Management @,
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terms and a sale price of $1895 a
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734-995-9200.
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campus@wilsonwhitemanagement.com
904 S. FOREST, just south of Hill.
Close to Bus., Law school, & central
campus. Remodeled & furn. 6 & 4
bdrm. but legal for 12. Prkg. spaces
incl. 3.5 baths, 2 wshrdryer no coin.
Best in U of M area. 734-475-2577.

934 DEWEY - Prime location for this
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campus@wilsonwhitemanagement.com
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1004 Brooks $995
1619 Dexter $795
3br
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1015 Packard $995
311 Mapleridge $995
4br
934 Dewey $1495
5br
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6br
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AVAILABLE HOUSES AND apts.
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WORK FOR THE U! $9.25+/Hr.
Michigan Telefund. On campus, flexi-
ble hrs. Apply @ telefund.umich.edu or
763.4400.
YOUNG WOMAN WITH disabilities
seeks part-time personal assistant and
job coach. 734-429-3215.'
Chl I dCare
095
AFTER-SCHOOL SITTER P/T sitter
for 6 yr-old boy. Pick up from Emerson
school & take him for after-school ac-
tivities. 4-6 PM , Mon.-Thur. Addi-
tional hrs possible. Own car, refs req,
nonsmoker. Call Sonali 734-332-8723.
BABYSITTER FOR 2 girls. Mon. and
Wed. 3:30 to 6:30. $60/wk. Must have
car. Call Sarah 734-272-7744.
BABYSITTER FOR 7 year old girl.
Saturday evenings throughout the
schoolyear from 5p - 9:30p. Once a
week, you'd love to play games, dress-
up, and pretend with a little girl.
You're kind, on-time, reliable, responsi-
ble, nice, and have worked with young
children. No texting, TV, phone calls,
or visitors while with our daughter.
Email inquiries to
theflyingmommy@hotmail.com

RUMMAGE SALE. FIRST Baptist
Church 517 E. Washington. Friday

ENTHUSIASTIC, RELIABLE AF-
TERSCHOOL BABYSITTER for 2
girls (10 and 14) in our AA home very
close to campus. M-F 3:30-6pm, occ
mornings, full time summer possible.
Great wages, gas allowance. Refs,-own
transportation, and good driving record
required. Call Kim at Child Care Solu-
tions - mention ad - 734 668 6882.
FUN, ACTIVE BABYSITTER
needed for 2 boys (9, 12) for after
school care and nights out. Car and ref
req. Please call Donna 734-665-0744.
IN-HOME SITTER needed for tod-
dler and infant, 1 day/week. Exp., ref.,
and trans. required. 734-972-7329.
WE ARE LOOKING for a responsi-
ble, enthusiastic person, experienced
with children, to help watch our toddler
and 2 school-aged children. A car is
necessary to help drive to activities in
the Dexter area. Flexible afternoon and
evening hours. Please call Julie (734-
255-1595).

Sept. 19, 9-5 & Sat. Sept. 20, 9-1.
CHILD CARE MON.-Fri. 10:00-12:- SIGMA ALPHA LAMBDA, a 'Na-
40 for 5 yr. boy: responsible student tional Leadership and Honors Organiza-
(prefer. English major) to read books. tion with over 75 chapters across the
Call: (734)-929-4092. country, is seeking motivated students
to assist in starting a local chapter (3.0
CHILD CARE NEEDED some late af- GPA Required): Contact Rob Miner,
ternoons. Need own car. 734-747-9484. Director of Chapter Development at
rminer@salhonors.org

ing for college reps to promote. Oppor-
tunity to make large $ commissions!
Call Danny at 347-720-2811.
FULL/PART-TIME SERVERS
needed. Apply within Monday-Friday
between 2 and 5. 512 E. William.
MICROSOFT LIVE SEARCH
Brand Reps needed at UM. Earn extra
cash and get real world marketing exp.
Limited positions avail. apply by
10/1/08 at www.repnation.com/
microsoftlivesearch
OFFICE ASSISTANT: AT least a 3.6
high school GPA, age 18 or older, job
experience(s) extra-curricular activi-
ties, computer skills. Very flexible
hours. $12/hour. Part-time position.
Send resume to flexskills@yahoo.com
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Paid survey takers needed in A2.
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PANERA BREAD
Opening Soon
Now Hiring
Hourly Associates & Bakers
Panera Bread, one of America's fastest
growing restaurant chains has excellent
opportunities at our bakery-cafe open-
ing soon in Ann Arbor on Plymouth
Rd. We offer premium pay for full and
part time shifts. FT associates receive
excellent benefits, 401(k) and more.
Apply on line at www.panerabread.-
jobs, click New bakery-caf opening -
Plymouth Rd. Manager candidates
only, e-mail resumes to
julie.hollenbeck@panerabread.com
PARTICIPANTS FOR A psychology
experiment on simple perceptual judg-
ments at U of M. One 2-hour 15 min.
session, pays $25. To qualify, must be
18+, a native English speaker, and have
vision correctable to 20/20. IRB #:
HUM00020435. Email Natasha at
akalaida@med.umich.edu
SCOREKEEPER'S SPORTS
GRILL & Pub now hiring talented,
hardworking individuals for our wait
and kitchen staff, as well asfloorman.
No experience necessary. Apply in per-
son at 310 Maynard St., Ann Arbo?.
734-995-0100.
SCOREKEEPERS NOW HIRING
motivated cooks for day and night part
time positions. No experience needed.
Apply in person at 310 Maynard.
734-995-0100 or Mike 734-904-5746.
TUTOR NEEDED FOR 9th grade
boy. Math, Science. 3+ hours per week.
Need car. 734-355-2005.

For Saturday, Sept. 20, 2008
ARIES
(March 21 to April 19)
Be patient with co-workers today. You
want to introduce reforms and improve-
ments where you work, but you're fac-
ing opposition. Give people time to get
used to your suggestions.
TAURUS
(April 20 to May 20)
Romantic partners are struggling with
power issues today. It's all about who is
in control. But why does someone actu-
ally have tobe in control?Think about it.
GEMINI
(May 21to June 20)
Power struggles with parents and fam-
ily members are likely today. You have
definite ideas about doing something,
and others don't agree. Be patient.
CANCER
(June 21to July 22)
In your eagerness to convince others
and persuade them to agree with you
about something, you're probably com-
ing on too strong! Remember: You can
catch more flies with honey than with,
vinegar.
LEO
(July 23 toAug. 22)
You have strong views about financial
matters today. Perhaps you're deter-
mined to buy something. Perhaps this is
related to your earings. Either way,
don't arouse opposition.
VIRGO
(Aug. 23 to Sept. 22)
Arguments with others will not go
well today; therefore, try to keep the
peace. There's no point in entering a sit-
uation you're not going to win.
LIBRA
(Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)
You might be your own worst enemy
today. Don't beat yourself up about
something. We all have aprivate side we
never reveal to others. (You're not the
only one.)

SCORPIO
(Oct. 23 toNov. 21)
Disagreements with others will be
unpleasant today, so avoid these if you
can. People are determined to make oth-
ers agree with them. Sidestep any
unpleasantness. Just coast.
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22to Dec. 21)
This is a poor day for important dis-
cussions with authority figures. You
can't win! If you have some good ideas,
especially for improvements, wait for
another day.
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
Avoid religious, political and racial
arguments today. People are pushy,
intense and rather narrow-minded. You
will not be heard.
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20 to Feb. 18)
Disagreements about shared property,
inheritances, insurance matters, taxes
and death are likely today. This is a poor
day to try to settle these matters. People
are entrenched in their own point of
view. .
PISCES
(Feb. 19to March 20)
Relationships and partnerships will
suffer from power struggles today.
Therefore, avoid these! Keep your head
down and your powder dry. (Just have
light conversations about the weather.)
YOU BORN TODAY You're a realist
and a survivor. You're also a shrewd
judge of the human condition.
Nevertheless, you're strongly motivated
by your own idealism. You value home
and tradition, and you're often close to
yoar loved ones. Sontin s, you r
completely overtaken by your passio
Serious thought is taking you ina dirp-
tion that leadsto building or constructing
something next year.
Birthdate of: George R.R. Martin,
author; Jason Bay, baseball player;
Maggie Cheung, actress.

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Classification:
010 - Lost Found
020 - For Sale
025 - Parking
030 - Automotive
0407 Computers
045 - Technology
050 - Furniture
060 - For Rent
07d - Sublet
080 - Services
090 - Help Wanted
093 - Summer Employment
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