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Wednesday, July 2

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theses, etc. Trouble-shooting, proofreading,
organizing for clarity. Reasonable rates. 313/
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set Blvd., Suite 478, L.A., CA 90069.
ERNATIONAL students-visitors: DV-1
Greencard Program, by U.S. Immigration.
Legal services tel. 818/772-7168, 20231
Stagg St., Canoga Park, CA 91306.
age, resumes $15, free pickup/delivery.
PSYCHOTHERAPY & psychological
evaluations for flexible fee. Evening & Satur-
day appts., parking avail. 747-6716.
RESEARCH WORK or term papers written
by professional librarian. Fast and efficient
service. Call 614/532-5460.
TYPING & WRITING resumes, cover
letters, applications & essays. Ann Arbor
Typing 994-5515.
VOICE LESSONS beginner-advanced.
ra, music theatre, folk. Leam to sing well.
oe ur technique. 944-7400.
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WRITE ON.,.Editing of theses, books,
journals, manuscripts, proposals,
coursepacks. 996-0566.

E anding company
looking for pt and fl
poSitionS. Liberal Arts
majors encouraged.
Call 313/973-2077 for appt.
Are you an early riser? Is your best time to
work a part-time job from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.?
If so, the Daily has a position this Fall and
Winter just for you! (May be work-study
eligible). Please call 764-0431 for more

MICHIGAN TELEFUND is now hiring for
summer term '95. $6/hr. for talking on the
phone. Fun, friendly environment. Speak
with alumni, raise money, build your resume
& interpersonal communication skills. Stop
by 611 Church St. #304 or call 998-7420 for
more info.
MODELS-PRINT, trade, T.V., Associated
Models 810/788-8760.
MOTHER'S HELPER - Friendly, West
Side family needs childcare & housekeeping.
Flex. hrs. part-time schedule. Own car, ex-
perience & references. Start Aug. 28. Call
Gain Valuable Advertising Experience
Earn Commission-Based Pay

$1750 WEEKLY possible mailing our
circulars. For info. call 301/306-1207.
$35,000/YR. income potential. Reading
books. Toll Free 1-800/898-9778 ext. R-1864
for details.
A SPECIAL GIFT- We're looking for heal-
thy women between the ages 21-35 for egg
donation. All ethnic backgrounds
encouraged. Fee paid. Send inquiries to
4ARMA, P.O. 2674, Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
PLY NOW to use your workstudy award
10 hours per week at Career Planning and
Placement Interesting work in a professional
office environment. Contact Donna Gray,
3200 S.A.B. 763-1363. -
fant in Ann Arbor home. Experience and
references required. Salary neg. 996-1807.
CAREER PLANNING and Placement has
Peer Advisor positions for 1995-96. Excel-
lent training and experience. Work-study
preferred. Contact Donna Gray, 3200 S.A.B.,
*sdent needed summer and fall/winter to
sist with maintaining hardware and
software for Macintosh network at Student
Publications. Good pay, flexible hours. Work
Study and others call for information and
interview: 764-0550.
CRUISE SHIPS now hiring - Earn up to
$2,000+/month working on cruise ships or
land-tour companies. World travel. Seasonal
& full-time employment available. No ex-
perience necessary. For more information
call 1-206/634-0486 ext. C55988.
CSR SOUGHT FOR position offering na-
tional travel, wide variety of duties and good
ential for advancement. Person hired must
e self-starter with great people skills.
Benefits available. Fax resume to: 313/996-
DRIVER NEEDED: Ann Arbor to Seattle
area early to mid-Aug. '92 Civic, manual
transmission, A/C. 677-0914.

information, or stop by the Student The Michigan Daily is now hiring account
Publications Building at 420 Maynard and executives for fall term. Pick up an
ask for Nancy or Susan. application in the Senior Staff Office, 420
EARLY CHILDHOOD teacher, 8:30-12:30 Maynard, second floor. Applications due
daily or more. C.D.A. or B.A., Christian. The July 28. Job starts 8/21/95. For more
Shepherd's Pre-School. 761-7273. information, call 764-0662.
ENERGETIC, FRIENDLY individual with NUDE MODELS wanted by local artist/
basic maintenance skills, own tools, reliable photography for nude studies. $20/hr. 677-
trans. and motivation to make money. 6843, eves.
Knowledge of Ann Arbor campus area a PART-TIME CHILDCARE worker, Mon.-
plus. Call 995-5575, 10-5 p.m. Fri., 10 hrs./wk., 7:30-9:30 a.m. or 3:30-5:30
p.m. Call Pat at 668-0887.
entry & phone calling $5.00/hr. Ask for Dave
POSTAL AND GOV'T. jobs: $21/hour +
benefits. No exp., will train. To apply, call 1-
R I 800/875-7608.
RESORT JOBS - Earn to $12/hr. + tips.
Work for Building a Theme parks, hotels, spas, + more. Tropical
Sane, Humane, Ecolo-cal & mountain destinations. Call 1-206/632-
,9, 1 0150 ext. R55982.
World RPS
n Jobs RPS, the small package subsidiary of
anvassang Roadway Services, Inc. has immediate
Call Chuck at openings for package handlers on the
evening shift. Starting salary $6.50/hr. + $1/
(313) 761-1996 hr. for tuition assistance after 30 days. 296
Jackson Plaza, Ann Arbor. 665-3323.
FEMALE MODELS wanted for nationally SEMEN DONORS NEEDED, Rh negative.
known photographer and artist Kent Steine. For this blood type, $120 is paid per accept-
Coming to A.A. Eves. 663-0561, days 517/ able donation. Write APRL, P.O. Box 2674,
522-8715. Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
FREE FINANCIAL AID! Over $6 billion in
private sector grants & scholarships is now
available. All students are eligible regardless
of grades, income, or parent's income. Let us
help. Call Student Financial Services: 1-800/1
HELP US TO SECURE U of M Campus. I'm a 25 yr. old U-M grad making
Work as little as 8 hours per week or up to 40 $12,000/mo. selling environmental
hours per week. On-the-job paid training products. Looking for two people to
provided. Apply at State Security Services
between 9 a.m. and 3 pm.. Mon. thr Fri. train to do the same. Serious inquiries
525 Church, Ann Arbor. 668-0444. only. Call 313/677-8820 for appt.
tablished infertility clinic. Male students or
graduates 20-40 yrs. old are sought. Donors
Exploding company in Ann are paid $60 per acceptable donation. Write,
Arbor area needs motivated APRL, P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
people as promoters and SUBJECTS NEEDED for cognitive
recruiters for intl. health and psychology, reaction time experiment, right-
handed, native English speaker, normal
environmental co. Will train, vision and hearing. Pay$5.50/hr. or by
Call 313/973-2077. experiment. Call 936-2056.
LOOKING FOR AN INTERESTING ex- Work according to your schedule. Call Pat at
perience this summer? Native English 668-0887. Must be over 18.
speakers needed to volunteer for Michigan TEACHER NEEDED for pre-school. Full-
Language Center's Conversation Partner time or part-time in the a.m. or p.m. Starting
Program. Spend as little as 1 hour a week Sept. 1. $6-$8/hr. 996-4847.
speaking English with an international TELEPHONE REPRESENTATIVES
student. For more information, Call Lisa at Business-oriented calling. Choose your hours
663-9415 or stop by the Michigan Language between 9 a.m. & 5 p.m., Mon.-Fri. Next-to-
Center at 309 S. State St. campus. $6+/hr. 662-0250.
MANAGER'S PERSONAL asst. needed. TRAVEL ABROAD and work. Make up to
Bookkeeping and organizational skills $2,000-$4,000+/mo. teaching basic conver-
required. Position continues into fall/winter sational English in Japan, Taiwan, or S.
semester. Apply in person at Scorekeepers Korea. No teaching background or Asian lan-
310 Maynard. guages required. For information call: 206/
MESSENGER 632-1146 ext. J55989.
Law firm seeking messenger to work U-M SCHOOL of Natural Resources &
Monday-Friday, 2-5 p.m. Good computer/ Environ. computer supportjob 10-15 hrs./wk.
WFW knowledge desirable. Must have Begin late August. 1-yr. commitment
reliable transportation. Paid parking. Send required. Work-study welcome. Send resume
resume to Stem Moran Raimi & Goethel, 320 to 3505 Dana Bldg. Box 1115 or via email to
N. Main, Ste. 101, Ann Arbor, MI 48104. dfisch@umich.edu.

Work-study Office Assistant for
cardiovascular and genetics researcher.
Previous secretarial, University office and
UMMC experience desirable. Would like to
fill ASAP. Internal Medicine/Cardiology.
Call Gail at 763-5103 if interested.
WARM, ENERGETIC & experienced
babysitter to care part-time for our 2 1/2 yr.
old daughter. Call 662-9888.
Euro-passes. Regency Travel 209 S. State.
ROMANTIC FALL hideaway. Cozy log
cabins on lake. Adorable. $54-$75 nightly.
Reduced mid-week rates include outdoor hot
tub, boats, canoes, more. Traverse City. 616/
Continental $159 or $239. Bring your Con-
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Regency Travel, 209 S. State, 665-6122.
liver spots with latest laser in physician's
office. Free consultation. Call Bloomfield
Laser 810/332-8391 MC/VISA accepted.
ROOMMATE NEEDED for Fall '95. Con-
temporary 2 bdrm. bi-level with all the extras.
ROOMMATE(S): needed Fall '95. Private,
locking rooms in loaded, upscale apts. Newly
renovated, excellent location. Call 665-8825.
VEGETARIAN housemate wanted to share
3 bdrm. house with two vegetarian
guys.Great house! Free parking, laundry,
dishwasher and more! Call Ann 325-8378.
Climbing Gym 761-4669. Stud ent discounts.
NEEDED: 100 students seriously interested
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Nadine 1-800/352-8446.
Don't flush your fish,
Sell them.in
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6, 1995 - The Michigan Daily -7
Big Ten
meet for
By Deborah G. Weinstein
Daily Staff Reporter
For three days the Michigan Student
Assembly expanded its audience as well
as its influence by attending the Associa-
tion of Big Ten Schools conference last
MSA President Flint Wainess, Vice
President Sam Goodstein and External
Relations Chair Fiona Rose were part of
the six-person delegation that went to
the conference, which was held in Illi-
Before the conference, Rose said that
one advantage of attending was that it
would provide a wider perspective. "(We
will)see how we fit with the Big Ten,"she
Wainess said that the conference was
reassuring. "It gave me confidence ... to
see how advanced the University and
MSA is," he said.
Wainess cited the MSA fee structure
as an indication of the student
government's strength.
"A lot of schools (are) struggling to
compile (a magazine) like Advice," he
Members said that the conference was
an exercise in MSA leadership.
"The Michigan delegation was the
sole author of the AmeriCorps resolution,
which passed," Wainess said.
The resolution urges the continuation
of President Clinton's domestic Peace-
Corps-style program.
"The House voted to kill
(AmeriCorps)in '96, so we're concentrat-
ing on the Senate," WaiAess said.
MSA also wrote a resolution in sup-
port of the In-School Interest Subsidy,
which, like AmeriCorps, is alsothreatened
by budget cuts.
The interest subsidy helps bothunder-
graduate and graduate students pay their
loans by having the government pay the
interest that accumulates while thestudent
is in school.
The University participates in the Di-
rect Student Loan program, for which the
Michigan delegation co-wrote a resolu-
This resolution supports a program
which makes the University -instead of
a bank- responsible for collecting stu-
dent loans.
"It's been incredibly successful,"
Wainess said.
Goodstein said that one advantage of
attending the conference was that it per-
mitted the University tobe part of a lobby-
ing block.
Goodstein also said that the overall
format could have been improved. "I
would like to see ABTS be more flexible
on the topics it will share information on,"
he said.
Despite his criticism, Goodstein said
the conference was a success. "These reso-
lutions aren't going to change the world,
but it helps."

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