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The Michigan Daily-Thursday, June 19, 1980-Page 9

Daily
Classifieds
Continued from Page 8)
HELP WANTED
WANTED COMMERCIAL ARTIST OR ART
STUDENT to do commercial lettering. Call 663-
2177evenings. 53H621
RESEARCH TECHNICIAN to assist in industrial
research and development program. Duties will
include design and set up of experimental apparatus
involving vacuum systems, thermocouples and
thyisters, electronic data aquisition, And acoustics.
Background in metallurgy and/or laboratory
experience helpful.
Call 665-0l9 for interview appointment.
SPECIAL METALS, an Allegheny Ludlum
Industries Co.
Equal Opportunity Employer
56H621
ACTIVISTS
Work with the State's largest consumer
organization, Michigan Citizen's Lobby is seeking
outgoing and politically motivated individuals. to
work full time summer positions. Work involves
canvassing petitioning, and fundraising for a variety
of statewide economic issues. Opportunities for ad-
vancement. For an interview call 663-6824 between 12
p.m.and2p.m.only. cH618
PROGRAMMER: Gung ho individual desired to
develop system software for microcomputers.
Knowledge of microcomputer assembly language.
and high level language required. Send resume to
Winterhalter & Assoc., 3825 N. Zeeb Rd., Dexter, MI.
46130. 45H621
MATH INSTRUCTOR-Part time to teach lower
division math classes. Beginning Aug. 25. Apply to
Department of Mathematics, Adrian College,
Adrian, MI. 4922t. - 40H621
Interesting work study clerical position available in
Adult Out-Patient Psychiatry, Riverview. Call 763-
0115. 43H628
BABYSITTER, warm creative, responsible person
to care for my 5 and 6 year olds in my Burns
Park home. Weekdays 12:30-6:00 through July.
Begin immediately. Call 761-8477 eves. and week-
ends. 18H621
BUSINESS SERVICES
WRITING-Editorial services, creative, academic.
Rewriting and copy writing.662-4680. 05J621
CORN ROWS AND EXTENSIONS for black & white
hair. Call Diane,487-5212. - 50J621
Professional typing of dissertations and term
papers, 20 years experience, references, Donna 973-
0433. 44J619
TENNIS AND GOLF INSTRUCTION offered by
certified coach to adults and children. Reasonable
rates and flexible hours. Call 971-0599. 25J621
TYPING-Secretarial Service. Inexpensive. Flex-
ible hours. Deadlines met every time. Call Betty,
434-5480. 3J620
WRITING SERVICES. Creative, Technical, Editing.
Research. Experienced. Professional. 996-0566.
cte
SITU A TIONS W ANT ED
CERTIFIED TEACHER would like to care for
children in my home. Call 971-0599. Special tutoring
also available 240710
DRIVING TO DENVER? If you are planning trip
to Denver area, leaving week of July 2 and return-
ing July 6 or 7, please call Kermit at 764-8585
between 8 p.m. and midnight. Will share expenses
and diving. dPtc
Ride Needed in general direction of N. Carolina. July
5. Will share cost, driving. Call 996-9636. 42P621
OWN ROOM in Classy Old House. Preferably
female, rent negotiable, available immediately.
994-1515. 62U621
SUMMER SUBLET-For female, own room, price
negotiable. Calf 996-4105. 26U619
FEMALE SUBLET bedroom in Albert Terrace.
Whole apartment available August. Suble July
and/or August. Call 663-8269/668-9389, eves., Laura.
.22U621
SPACIOUS, SUNNY ROOM in friendly house,
three blocks from campus. Available immediately
for entire summer. CHEAP. Call 960848. dU620
JULY-AUG. One bedroom in three bedroom apart
ment on E. University. 570/mo. 665-8990-Greg.
34U620

Zorn
nominated
for LSA
associate
dean post
By KEVIN TOTTIS
University Physics Prof. Jens Zorn
has been nominated associate dean for
curriculum in the College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts.
Zorn will replace English Prof. John
Knott, acting LSA Dean whose term as
associate dean for curriculum expires
July 1. The Regents are expected to act
on the nomination either today or
tomorrow,
"I'M ENTHUSIASTIC about it (the
appointment)," Zorn said. "I really
have respect for the people we have as.
president and vice-presidents."
Zorn has been with the University
since 1962. He received the University's
Distinguished Service Award in 1967,
and also has served as the acting direc-
tor of the Residential College.
"We are indeed fortunate that
someone of Prof. Zorn's ability and
varied experience has agreed to serve
as associate dean for curriculum and to
share in the administrative respon-
sibilities of the College," Knott said in a
letter to the LSA faculty.
ZORN SAID. HE would like to see
"encouragement of excellence" in the
College. "We have not given care to our
really best students," he said..
The nominee said he would also like
to see the College made available to
persons not in the 18- to 22-year-old
range. "There are people who drive
from Ann Arbor to Jackson to take a
night course from a professor who has
driven from Ann Arbor to Jackson," he
said.
Excellence in teaching also has to be
recognized, Zorn said. Students often
are unaware of faculty members who
have won awards or who have done
distinguished work, and should know
this information when choosing cour-
ses, he said.
He, added this recognition is also im-
portant because "the emotional rewar-
ds for teachers are going to be even
more important in facing this (up-
coming) financial crunch."
JULY-AUGUST SUBLET, cheap, 3 bedrooms in full
house8%WPackard. 996-9363. 51U621
BEAUTIFUL HOUSE FOR SUMMER-
OWN ROOM 1-6 PERSONS
PORCH
GARAGE
NEAR CAMPUS
CALL 663-0482 or 995-9345
ROOMM AT E S
NEEDED-ONE FEMALE roommate to share two
bedroom apartment for July and August. Rent
cheap. Call662-2313. dY62
TONIGHT
SECOND CANCE

Stumping in Ohio
Independent presidential candidate John Anderson speaks at a news
conference yesterday in Cleveland after addressing a local Jaycees club. He
said he would personally argue his case in the U.S. District Court to get his
name placed on the Ohio ballot in November. He also expressed opposition to
the U.S. sale of new offensive equipment to Saudi Arabia.
Carter asks Congress
to double reserve's size
WASHINGTON (AP)-The Carter broadened call-up guthority.
administration has asked Congress to It said this would give the president
double the number of military reser- greater leeway in handling "crises
vists-up to-100,000-that the president requiring a measured military respon-
could call to active duty in a crisis short se, but for which declaration of a
of war, it was disclosed yesterday. national. emergency might be
The administration's request became premature or have undesirable inter-
known after Marine Lt. Gen. P.X. national or domestic consequences."
Kelley told a news conference, "We
believe a 50,000 reserve call-up is not
sufficient" to support his 200,000-man T
Rapid Deployment Force in dealing S
with a major crisis in the Persian Gulf __
area.
THE PENTAGON made public a let- SECOND CHANCE
ter to Congress asking for the
AFRAID OF SNAKESSPIERRATS
OITIER ANIMALS AND INSECTS?
Possibility of participation in research project for pay
and/or free treatment.
Women only, between ages of 18 and 35.
Call U of M Psychophysiology Clinic
763-0115

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