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LOOKING FOR ENGINEERING
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preferred. Knowledge of plastic parts
helpful. 3D drawing required. Nominal
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fax resume to 734-663-7553.
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SCOREKEEPER'S SPORTS
GRILL & Pub now hiring. Open inter-
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4pm for waitstaff & 11-pm for
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734-995-0100.
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TENANT COUNSELOR WANTED.
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Send resumes to psher /llssem.org

AFTER SCHOOL CHILD care
3:45-6:30 Mon.-Thur. Pick up 8 YR.
old from school; Drive to piano/swim
classes; Homework, supervision.
Conlact Eve at losman@umich.edu or
734-327-01159.
BABYSITTER NEEDED - Tues. &
Thur., 3:30 - 5:30, occasional weekend
evenings if desired, for 10 and 7 yr
olds. Own transportation necessary.
Email jennabacolor/gmail.com

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BABYSITTER NEEDED AFTER-
SCHOOL. Must be friendly w/own car
& ref. 649-2401 or appelkraut@tds.net
CHILD-CARE, PART Time: looking
for after school care for kids, ages 10
and 12. Car and good driving record a
must. $15/hour. Hours generally 3:30 -
6, but later start and finish times some
days too. Please contact Bridget:
bridgetm@umich.edu
KEEP UP WITH busy 10-year-old:
chauffeur to ballet, homework, crafts,
reading, Burns Park near campus.
Drive our car or yours. Thursdays 3:30-
after dinner; occasional evenings.
Experience, reliability, and laughter
essential. $12/hr. Email credentials to
clbrown@umich.edu
PARENTS OF 2YR old girl seek expe-
rienced hebrew or spanish speaking
babysitter/ nanny, 2-3 days/ week. Near
central campus. jessarusit@umich.edu
PART TIME BABYSITTER needed
to look after a 7 year old boy and 3
year old girl. Help needed in picking
them up from Emerson and Daycroft
schools and engaging them in activities
in the afternoon/evening. Please con-
tact Sonali at sonali.jv@gmail.com
SEEKING BABYSITTER/NANNY
FOR 2 yr. old girl. 8 hrs/day, 2-3
days/wk. Burns Park, I mile from cen-
tral campus. richardandeve@gmail.com
UM LAW PROFESSOR seeks respon-
sible student for part-time care for our
9 & 12 year olds. After school help a
few days a week and occasional
evenings. Car req, close to campus.
Ref needed. French speaker a plus.
Call Steve or Nancy at 734-761-7752.
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For Thursday, Sept. 10, 2009
ARIES
(March 21 to April 19)
You feel a need to communicate or
enlighten others about something, espe-
cially with ex-partners on the scene and
chaotic activity making demands at
home. Turn to romantic or entertaining
diversions for pleasure.
TAURUS
(April 20to May 20)
Avoid important money decisions this
morning; however, this afternoon your
thinking is more grounded. You're con-
vincing if you have to sell, teach or mar-
ket anything.
GEMINI
(May 21to June 20)
Today the Moon is in your sign, giving
you extra good luck. Use this to your
advantage. (It might make you a bit
more emotional than usual aswell.)
CANCER
(June 21 to July 22)
You're best served today by working
alone or behind the scenes. Try to enjoy
some moments of privacy in beautiful
surroundings. Take a walk in a park.
LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
This is a lovely day to schmooze with
others, especially female friends and
acquaintances. Group activities will
please you. People from the past are
popping up in your life again!
VIRGO
(Aug. 23 to Sept. 22)
Some aspect of your life will be made
public today. Just be aware of this so that
you're conscious of how you dress, act
and speak.
LIBRA
(Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)
Even though you have a desire to work
behind the scenes, your ambition will
push you to learn something new today.
In particular, be open to information

from other cultures and different coun-
tries.
SCORPIO
(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
Wrap up loose details about inheri-
tances, insurance matters, shared prop-
erty and such. Make a little headway if
you can.
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22 to Dec. 21)
Today's Moon is directly opposite
your sign, which means you have to go
more than halfway when dealing with
others. It's not really a big deal.
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
Make a list of what you want to do
today, and see how much you can get
done. Whatever you accomplish will
give you a strong satisfaction and a sense
of reward.
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20 to Feb. 18)
This is a playful, flirtatious day! Enjoy
the arts, sports, and fun times with chil-
dren. Keep things lighthearted. It's a
great day to get away on a vacation.
PISCES
(Feb. 19to March 20)
Discussions with family members will
be significant today. Make sure you lis-
ten to others as well as speak to them.
Someone needs to confide in you today.
YOU BORN TODAY It's important
for you to discover where you fitin the
bigger scheme of things. Some of you
can be totally immersed in your career.
You're very practical, reliable and con-
scientious. People know they can depend
on you. You put a high value on con-
stantly learning and growing, because
you like this kind of stimulation. An
important choice awaits you this year.
Choose wisely.
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Colin Firth, actor; Chris Columbus,
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