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Wednesday, May 31, 1995 -The Michigan Daily -7

TYPING & WRITING
Resumes, cover letters, applications &
essays. Ann Arbor Typing 994-5515.
WANTED: 100 students. Lose 8-100 lbs.
New metabolism breakthrough. Guaranteed
results. I lost 15 lbs. in 3 weeks. RN assisted.
$35 cost. 1-800/579-1634.
WRITE ON..Editing of theses, books,
ournals, manuscripts, proposals,
oursepacks. 996-0566.
EXCEL provides
Clear Instruction
focusing upon
the Key Points
* of the GRE.
Course examines
11 Actual GRE's,
Individual Help &
Affordable Tuiltion
Next GRE Classes start:
Wed., July. 12th
EXCEL 996-1500
Test Preparation
1100 South Universit
1help wanted
3 BOYS (9, 8, 6) seek warm, loving
caregiver part-time in their home. Light
housekeeping. Transportation required. 761-
5149.
Fraunhofer ISA
seeks
Students as Office Assistants
20 hrs. per week
(flexible between 8 am-5 pm)
Experience in Winword, Excel and
Access required
location: NE Ann Arbor -
Domino's Farms
starting: ASAP
call Donna Hart (313) 930-5510
8-40 HOURS
available per week with flexible schedules.
No cars required. On the job paid training is
provided. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through
Frida.
State Security Services, Inc.
525 Church St., Ann Arbor. 668-0444. EOE.
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
A ARMA, P.O. 2674, Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
BLE CHILDCARE needed in Ann Arbor.
20+ hrs./wk. (3 aftemoons) for 3 & 7 yr. old.
Experience, references & carnecessary. Non-
smoker. Annual salary and vacation. Begins
summer '95 for 1 year. Live-in possible. Call
663-3482.
BABYSITTER - for occasional eves. 2 boys
ages 4 & 1 1/2. Own car. 662-1924.
BABYSITTER needed for toddler in my
home. One a.m. or p.m. per week plus as
needed. 665-2309.
BLOOD DONORS needed. Donors will
receive $30. We're looking for people who
are willing to donate 1 unit of blood for
iomedical research. Donors should be heal-
thy and will be pre-tested at U-M Medical
Center Blood Bank to ensure that they are
eligible. If you are interested, please ca th
Blood Bank at 936-6900 and mention the
biolistics study.

CRUISE SHIPS now hiring - Ears up to
$2,000+/month working on cmise 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.
EARLY BIRD SPECIAL
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 ha a position this Fall and
Winter jst for you! (May be work-study
eligible). Please call 764-0431 for more
information, or stop by the Student
Publicatins Building at 420 Maynard and
ask for Nancy or Susan.
Entry level
COLLEGE STUDENTS
Summer openings with national fire in non-
store retal division. Ears above average
starting pay. Excellent resume experience.
Call 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
971.6122
ESTES PARK CENTER YMCA of the
ROCKIES Loking for a fun place to spend
your summer or fall?! The beauty of the
Colorado Rockies surrounds the Estes Park
Center/YMCA of the Rockies, a year-round
family resort and conference center. Summer
and fall jobs available, including housing.
Call for information & application: 303/586-
3341 ext. 1031.
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/
263-6495 ext. F55988.
FUN SUMMER JOBS!
Willoway Day Camp is seeking creative &
talented students living in Bloomfield,
Farmington, Brighton, Birmingham, Novi, &
Northville for General Counselors, WSI's,
A&C spec. from 6/19-8/18. Call 810/932-
2123 or write P.O. Box 250933, W.
Bloomfield 48325.
HOUSEKEEPER, various responsibilities.
Non-smoker, own car, experience,
references. Begin Aug. 21, M-F, some hours
avail. immediately. Call 6-10 p.m. 995-3561.
JAPANESE-ENGLISH INTERPRETERS
needed on AUGUST 9 & 16 during site visits
to the community agencies. This is a part of 2
wk. geriatric care training programs on
campus, where Japanese health care profes-
sionals working with the seniors in Japan
eeme and participate. Call Mariko at 936-
4519 and leave a message for more
infrmation. She will call you back.
L N SPRAYERS & salesmen needed.
Good driving record required. Call Togreen
Chanlawn 665-7707.
LOOKING FOR AN INTERESTING ex-
perience this summer? Native English
speakers needed o volunteer for Michigan
Language Center's Conversation Partner
Program. Spend as little as I hour a week
speaking English with an international
student. For more information, Call Lisa at
663-9415 or stop by the Michigan Language
Center at 309 S. State St.
MODELS-PRINT, trade, T.V., Associated
Models 810/788-8760.
MOTHER OF 2 under 2 looking for
responsible, caring sitter. References
required. Good pay. 994-0731 before 10 p.m.
Fraunhofer USA
seeks
Students as Office Assistants
For creation and maintenance of
databases (MS-Access) and creation of
presentation materials with PC
(MS-PowerPoint, Designe etc...)
20 hrs. per week
(flexible between 8 am-5 pm)
location: NE Ann Arbor -
Domino's Farms
starting: ASAP
call Donna Hart (313) 930-5510

Work for Building a
Sane, Humane, Ecological
World
Canvassing Jobs
Call Chuck at
(313) 761-1996
NEED PERSON to assist me in my home &
with various errands. Trans. preferred, but
not req. Flex. hours. 996-9621.
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!
Gain Valuable Advertising Experience
Earn Commission-Based Pay
The Michigan Daily is now hiring account
executives for fall term. Pick up an
application in the Senior Staff Office, 420
Maynard, second floor. Applications due
June 16. Job starts 8/21/95. For more
information, call 7640662.
OIL COMPANIES HIRING! High income
& great benefits. Summer/permanent. 1-800/
865-2672 ext. 236.
OPPORTUNITY AVAIL.: Immediate posi-
tion for trailer hitch installer. $6-$8/r. For
more info. call Insta-hitch at 973-2323.
POSTAL AND GOVT. jobs: $21/hour +
benefits. No exp., will train. To apply, call 1-
800/875-7608.
PROMOTIONS DISPLAYER: Outgoing,
responsible person to place posters in stores.
City & suburbs. Need car. $7-10 per hor +
mileage. Call 800/852-6250.
RESORT JOBS - lam to $12/r. + tips.
Theme parks, hotels, spas, + more. Tropical
& mountain destinations. Call 1-206/632-
0150 ext. R55982.
SEMEN 6lbN $NE DED, Rh negative.
For this blood type $120 is paid per acept-
able donation. Write APRL, P.O. Box 2674,
Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for an es-
tablished infertility clinic. Male students or
graduates 20-40 yrs. old are sought. Donors
are paid $60 per acceptable donalon. Write,
APRL, P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
48106.
SITTER NEEDED in my home. 3 great
kids, 4-12 hrs./wk. Must have transportation.
Call Jane 663-4276.
STUDY SUBJECTS needed: Females aged
45-65, good health, non-smokers to do food
record and one blood draw. Pays $30. Call
Marsha 747-0216.
SUBJECTS NEEDED for cognitive
psychology, reaction time experiment, right-
handed, native English speaker, normal
vision and hearing. Pay $5.50/hr. or by
experiment. Call 936-2056.
SUMMER INTERNSHIP
Eam $3000-$5000. You'll get Saes/Market-
ing Experience! Create Michigan's UnOffi-
cial Student Guide*. For more info., contact
Campus Concepts at 800/850-4007. Ask for
John Meinke. *Voted America's most ad-
mired college publication! An Inc. 500
Company.
TEACHER NEEDED for pre-school. Full-
time or part-time in the a.m. or p.m. Starting
Sept. 1. $6-$8/hr. 996-4847.
TELEPHONE INTERVIEWERS - Public
health research firm. Flex. hrs., excellent
work environment, paid training, highest
wages in Ann Arbor depending on
experience. Call 994-0003. EOE.
TELEPHONE INTERVIEWERS needed
for nationally renowned Public Health
Research firm in downtown Ann Arbor. Day,
evening, weekend part/full-time shifts
available. CATI experience a plus. Paid train-
ing provided. Great work environment.
Students, homemakers, professionals, retirees
encouraged to apply. Highest pay in area,
depending on experence. Paid parking. EOl.
Plase call 313994-0003.

ROBER'S
Continued from page 1
by broken glass during a team bus acci-
dent in Miami in December 1992. The
Wolverines were in Miami to play aholi-
day tournament.
Stevens claims Roberts did not suffi-
ciently supervise the trip and that this
contributed to her injury. She also is al-
leging that Roberts harrassed her into
leaving the Wolverines after her injury
and sought to wrongfully change her
scholarship status.
Roberts and University officials
wanted to place Stevens on a medical
scholarship, which would have given
Stevens the same financial aid, but
would have prevented her from partici-
pating in basketball. It also would have
allowed Roberts to give a scholarship to
another player.
The University said that it did not act
improperly and that it withdrew its re-
quest to change her scholarship status
after Stevens appealed.
However, the University doctor who
examined her and signed a petition to the
Big Ten saying Stevens would never be
capable of playing basketball again had
never met Stevens, according to pub-
lished reports.
Stevens is also charging:

that Roberts and the University
did not give her adequate support for her
to return to action following her acci-
dent;
that Roberts questioned whether
she and teammate Molly Heikkinen were
gay;
E thatRoberts told formerWolverine
Maritza DuBois that a pre-med major
would take toomuch time away frombas-
ketball;
that Roberts harasses players she
dosen't like until the leave the program;
and that Roberts threatens players
with the lossof their scholarships. -
Stevens, Heikkinen and DuBois have
also signed a petition urging Roberts'
dismissal due to these charges.
Roberts, in her sworn disposition,
denies all charges, although she admits
she knew of complaints from "four or
five" players.
None of the parties involvedcould be
reached for comment.
Roberts had a combined record of
13-68 record in her three seasons at
Michigan, compared to a 38-48 mark of
her predecessor Bud VanDeWege dur-
ing his past three years.
In January, Stevens transferred td
Lynn University, a Division II school in
Florida, and is under an athletic scholar-
ship. She is expected to play basketball
next season.

I

TRKAVEL ABOUADV ann work. Meake up to
$2, 00-$,00 /mo. teaching basic conver-
sational English in Japan, Taiwan, or S.
Korea. No teaching background or Asian lan-
guages required. For information call: 206/
632-1146 ext. J55989.
WANTED
Energetic, personally motivated student
wanted to sell advertising for INsider
Magazine on campus. Great experience for
marketing or advertising major. Earng
potential ranges from $5-$30 per hr. Make
your own schedule. No experience required.
Please call 708/673,8458, ask for Patrick!!
WORD PROCESSOR, office & customer
experience. 15-20/hrs./wk. Call 994-5515.
LOVELY SUMMER HIDEAWAY. Cozy
log cabins on lake, $425-$525 weekly. Log
rooms $54-$64 nightly includes boats,
canoes, hot tub, more. Traverse City, 616/
276-9502.
LOW AIRFARES WORLDWIDE and
Euro-pases. Regency Travel 209 S. State.
665-3406.
REM TICKETS for sale 5 balcony seats for
June 6th concert. Call 662-1949.
STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
Continental $159 or $239. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Kelly at
Regency Travel, 209 S. State, 665-6122.
TKT. DETROIT-San Francisco. 6 June-17
June, ret. flex. Price neg. 747-1525.
LOOKING FOR ROOM to practice music.
Space & time requirements flexible. 663-
3564, Kaspar.

-> announcements
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REMOVE UNWANTED TATTOOS or
liver spots with latest laser in physician's
office. Free consultation. Call Bloomfield
Laser 810/332-8391. MC/VISA accepted.
roommates
ROOM/APT. FOR rent: Currently orfor fall
in collegiately-minded well-kept, liberal
home in Ypsilanti. Please contact Marc or
Christofer at 483-6037.-1"
ROOMMATE NEEDED for Fall '95. Con-
temporary 2 bdrm. bi-level with all the extras.
741-9300.
ROOMMATE(S): needed Fall '95. Private,
locking rooms in loaded, upscale apts. Newly
renovated, excellent location. Call 665-8825.
SHARE QUIET home. A/C, own room,
more. $395, flex. lease. Paul, 668-4139.
ersonal
ADOPTION. HAPPILY MARRIED U-M
alum & husband wish to adopt baby. We will
provide loving & secure home, Christian
values & a full-time mom. Completely legal.
Expenses paid. Please call Kathy collect @
310/541-8222. Thank You! -
CLIMB THE WALLS! The Ann Arbor
Climbing Gym 761-4669. Student discounts.
HAPPILY MARRIED COUPLE wishes to
adopt an infant. We will give your baby ,
safe and loving home, a good education, and
vacations to remember. We are working with
a licensed Michigan adoption agency. Please
call Liz and Scott 1-800/689-1800.

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