The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, July 10, 1996 - 7
free rides for
FURNISHED, MODERN 2 bedroom close
to Business School. May or September lease.
2 to 4 people. Heat, water, parking, laundry.
$1000 + electric. 663-8487.
GALLATIN MANOR-E. William/Division.
Avail. Sept. 1, eff., 1-2-3 bdrm. apts. w/
security buzzer, laundry, and storage. Gal-
latin Realty Co. 994-0624.
USE. 2 baths. Washtenaw bus. Near US
2 . Available Aug. 1. $1200/mo. 973-7165.
LARGE FURNISHED 2 bdrm. apt. on S.
State, 5 min. to Michigan Union. Avail. Fall
lease. Heat & water incl., balconies, a/c,
prkg., Idry., $725-$750/mo. No smkg./pets.
PARKING for Summer and Fall. Hurry,
They're going fast! 665-8825.
ROOM TO SHARE/board:
Bedroom plus private study to share between
2,3, or 4 women. 17 meals per wrek, in a lar-
ge chaperoned women's residence located in
the area of Hill & Washtenaw. Rent $4,900
Fall & Winter teems or $625/month. Call
6-4261 between 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 p.m.
for more information.
**ATTRACTIVE ROOM Hill & State,
kitchen, Idry., prkg., male $195. 995-3276.
ORTMENT FOR SUBLEASE: 2 bdm.
apt. for July & Aug., UM campus, great
location. $900/mo., will sacrifice @ $600/
mo. incl. 2 parking. Call 810/646-2222.
ATTRACTIVE on campus apt. avail. now-
Aug. A/C, huge living room. $140/mo. Call
Tim 313/995-3314, 810/651-1849.
AVAIL. JULY THRU Aug. 1 bdem. in a 5
bdrm. hse. Spacious rm. Packard & East U.
Ldry., prkg. Call Lisa At 994-9442.
AVAlLABLE JULY/AUG.: Modern,
fumished, a/c, 1 bdrm. apts. (several) in
Tower Plaza (perfect location: Maynard/
William). $650/mo. + electricity. Call 810/
AILABLE JULY/AUG.: Modern,
furnished, a/c, efficiencies (two) in Maynard
House (best location: Maynard & William).
$550/mo. + elec. Call 810/647-2257.
SUBLET: Great location, 2 bdrm., a/c,
security. Great management. Call John at
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS!!! Grants
& scholarships available! Billions of $$$ in
private funding. Qualify immediately. 1-800/
PLEASE HELP US become parents by
being an egg donor. We are looking for
women who are healthy, non-smoker,
Caucasian or Oriental, 21 to 30 years old. Fee
paid. Call 1-800/875-4438. Refer to: EOSL.
RESEARCH WORK or term paper assis-
tance by professional librarian. Fast and effi-
cient service. Call 1-614/532-6280.
NoESIS EDITING by experienced
p ofessional. Language, organization, format.
TYPING & WRITING
Resumes, cover letters, applications &
essays. Ann Arbor Typing 994-5515.
$1000's POSSIBLE reading books. Part-
time. At home. Toll free (1)800/898-9778
ext. R-1864 for listings.
$1000's POSSIBLE typing. Part-time. At
home. Toll free (1)800/898-9778 ext. T-1864
$1750 WEEKLY possible mailing our
circulars. For info. call 202/393-7723.
$35,000/YR. INCOME potential. Reading
books. Toll free (1)800/898-9778 ext. R-
1864 for listings.
$40,000/YR. income potential. Home typists/
PC users. Toll free (1)800/898-9778 ext. T-
1864 for listings.
$6.50/HR.! Now hiring for Spring & Sum-
mer positions that can continue throghout
school year. Flexible eve. & wkend. hrs. - set
your own schedule. Build resume & com-
munication skills while maintaining & im-
proving student programs at UM. Call or stop
y Michigan Telefund, 611 Church, Suite
304, 998-7420 for info. and application.
*!* SCOREKEEPERS *
ANN ARBOR'S BIGGEST SPORTS BAR
is now hiring for summer and fall terms.
NO experience necessary! Flexible hours,
great pay! Apply now at Scorekeepers,
310 Maynard 995-0100.
CAMPUS REPRESENTATIVE. PT, no
sales. Check http://www.pacificws.com/sea/
amfriend.html then e-mail for information.
CLEANERS NEEDED/ Willing to train
reliable, energetic, hard working individuals.
$7/hr.+. Flexible schuduling. 677-3878.
CONVERSATION PARTNERS wanted in
July for foreign law students & lawyers
studying in Ann Arbor. Limited $.Call David
CRUISE SHIPS HIRING Earn up to
$2000+/month. World travel. Seasonal &
full-time positions. No exp. necessary. For
info. call 206/634-0468 ext. C55981.
DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED!
The Michigan Daily Display Advertising
Department has extended the deadline for
fall/winter applications to July 12. Sell
advertising to local and national businesses
while building your resume. Pick up an
application today at the Student Publications
Building, 420 Maynard. Call 764-0662 for
DEPENDABLE, flexible individuals needed
to fill full and part-time positions with grow-
ing area business. Competitive wages and op
portunity for advancement. Apply at 603
Church Street or e-mail for more information
to email@example.com attention Lisa.
DISHWASHER. Walk to work, evenings,
free meal. $6.50/r. Ask for Lloyd 995-2107.
DISPATCHER - Full-time. Must have
knowledge of Ann Arbor/Ypsi. area and type
40 w.p.m. Shift may vary, but will include
weekends. Apply in persononly at 3055
Packard (rear f building), Ann Arbor. IO.
EARN $5-$7/HR. Part-time flexible hours.
Small company looking to hire students for
light industrial tasks. 769-5640.
EASTERN EUROPE JOBS- Teach basic
conversational English in Prague, Budapest,
or Krakow. No teaching certificate or
European languages required. Inexpensive
Room & Board + other benefits. For info.
call: 206/971-3680 ext. k55982.
FALL 96, DAYCARE NEEDS help w/kids,
petcare, cleaning, organizing, Mac skills.
Full/part-ime. $6-$8/hr. 996-4847.
FULL-TIME help wanted: Michigan Book
& Supply, 317 S. State. 665-4990. EOE.
GARDENER NEEDED to maintain peren-
nial beds, 6-8 hrs./wk. thru Sept. Flours
flexible, good pay. 663-6030.
GET PAID BACK for pounds you lose.
New metabolism breakthrough. Guaranteed
results. Call Jennie 1-800/305-TIIN.
HOME HEALTH CARE attendants:
Flexible schedules, $6-$7/hr. No experience
necessary, will train. Must have
JULY OPENING: 6-10 week work
program, may continue in the Fall. Ideal to
replace/supplement current income. Above
average pay. For info call 971-6122.
NATIONAL PARKS HIRING- Positions
are now available at National Parks, Forests
& Wildlife Preserves. Excellent benefits +
bonuses! Call: 1-206-971-3620 ext N55986.
NATIVE KOREAN speakers needed for
coding work. $50.00 for 5-10 hrs. max. Call
PART-TIME JOB, 3:30 - 5:30 every day
working with infants and toddlers. Call Pat at
BIOTRONIC is seeking an
electrophysiologist for an expanding
electrodiagnostic practice located in
Southeastern Michigan. Successful
candidates must have a science background
in premedical studies, biology, physiology, or
electroms sufficient to facilitate training in
the procedures which Biotronic offers.
BIOTRONIC is an electrophysiology
consulting service which provides a full
range of electrodiagnostic services to
physicians and hospitals. Our main focus is
providing monitoring of neural structures at
risk during critical surgeries. We also provide
routine electrodiagnostic tests including EEG
and all modalities of evoked potentials. Our
electrodi agnostic services consist of
introperative neurophysiologic monitoring,
brain-mapped EEG, evoked potential testing,
and electronystagmography. We offer cross
training in all of these procedures.
For a mature, self-motivated individual, this
position offers the opportunity to work
independently and experience tremendous
upward mobility. This position is open
immediately. Salary: 30's - depending upon
qualifications and experience.
H.B. Calder, Ph.D.
2004 Hogback Road, Suite 8
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
PHILANTHROPIC org. seeks voice talent
for spoken-word projects. Works must be
read perfectly. 332-0369.
POSTAL & Govemment jobs $21/r. +
benefits. No experience. Will train. Call 313/
MEDICAL CODING SPECIALIST
FULLTIME/PARTTIME positions available
in our Ann Arbor office. We are a leader in
Medical Billing, and we are looking for those
who are dedicated, meticulous and quick
thinking. Excellent communication &
business writing skills along with a
knowledge of human anatomy a must.
Knowledge of Medical Billing & Coding
helpful but not necessary (willing to trainthe
right person). WE OlER RAT PAY ($9/
b. minimum) AND EXCELLENT
BENEFITS - WHAT CAN YOU OFFER?
We're only a 10 minute bus ride from the
Campus. Interested: fax your resume to 313/
677-7407 or send to PMG, Personnel
Coordinator, POB 1108, Ann Arbor 48106.
PROFESSIONAL artist needs Jewish man
20-30 years old as subject for long-term art
project. This is a nude gig. $20/r. Julie 761-
Information Transfer Systems, Inc.
ITS, Inc. of Ann Arbor is a survey research
firm specializing in Public Health CATI
Imediate requirement for Senior Project
Management person. Public health
experience desirable, CATI experience a
MUST. Responsible for management of
multiple survey projects, and supervision of,
and participation in, questionnaire
development, data analysis, and report
production. SPSS and/or SAS a must.
MSACCESS, Word and Excel a plus. ITS is
an EOE employer. Send resume with salary
requirements to Information Transfer
Systems, Inc., 209 E.4Washington, Suite 200,
Ann Arbor, M 48104.
SCOREKEEPERS now looking for part-
time office asst. with potential waistaff hrs.
Begin immed. for summer & fall. Apply now
at 310 Maynard, 995-0100.
SECOND TO NONE, INC. a national leader
in customer service measurement programs
seeks innovative, highly motivated, positive
individuals to join our team. Part-time with
the possibility to increase hours. Please Call
668-8148 ext. 103 or mail resume to: 110 N.
State, Ann Arbor, MI 48104 or e-mail:
SECURITY GUARDS to work on UM
campus. Part-time, full-time & overtime
available. State Security Services, 525
SUBJECTS NEEDED for cognitive
psychology, reaction time experiment, right-
handed, native English speaker, normal
vision and hearing. Pay $5.50/r. or by
experiment. Call 936-2056.
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES working
with children available at U of M's Pound
House Children's Center during Summer
Term. Join hundreds of past students in a
quality experience in working with young
children. Located at Hill and East University.
Please call 764-2547 for more information or
to arrange a visit.
WANTED: 47 people to lose weight and get
WANTED: Male subjects for psychology
experiment on perception at U of M. Experi-
ment takes 2 hr., pays $15. Must have vision
correctable o 20/20, and be a native English
WRITERS/EDITORS: Now hiring jour-
nalism students for free-lance positions for
the Ann Arbor area. Call Metroplex News
ABLE CHILD CARE 20+ hrs./wk. (3
aftemoons) 4 and 8 yr. old boys. Exp., refs.,
car necessary. Non-smoker. Annual salary &
vacation. Aug. '96, 1 yr. commitment. Live-
in possible. 663-3482.
EXPERIENCED SITTER needed in my
Ann Arbor home. 4 kids aged 6, 4, 3, & 7
mos. 5-12 hrs./wk., some weekends. Must
have car & references. Call Jane at 663-4276.
MATURE, LOVING, non-smoker wanted
to care for 2 children in our home Mon. - Fri.
Live-in optional. Call after 6 p.m. 973-1513.
PART-TIME childcare starting week of July
29th thm school yr. 2 aftemoons to care for 3
busy children. Previous childcare exp.
necessary. Non-smkr. & reliable trans. a
SEEKING A MATURE, responsible person
who loves children to babysit 3 children ages
3, 6, & 7 yrs. Call Carla 955-7522 or 677-
SITTER NEEDED starting Aug. 12.
Daytime during summer, aftemoons & eves.
when school starts. Hours flexible, must
ALTERNATIVE TRIATHALON - 1/2
mile swim, 11 mile in-line skate, 15 mile mtn.
bike. Island Lake Rec. Area, Aug. 4. For in-
ANN ARBOR PTO Thrift Shop. Everything
50% off! Sat. July 13, 9:30-3:30, 1621 S.
State, use Bargain Books entrance.
ATTENTION ALL Students! Over $6 Bil-
lion in public and private sector grants &
scholarships is now available. All students
are eligible. Let us help. For more info. call
1-800-263-6495 ext. F55987.
DONATIONS of used books needed for
AAUW Fall Book Sale. No textbooks. 973-
6287 for info. or pick-up.
LOOKING FOR a place to live for Fall 96
only. Call David @ 313/913-5396 or 212/
CONVERSATION partners wanted. Share
an experience w/ intenational student. Leam
about new languages and cultures. 994-1456.
By Anita Chik
Daily Staff Reporter
The hot days of summer have
arrived, and the Ann Arbor
Transportation Authority has
announced that it will be offering free
bus rides on days that are designated
by the Clean Air Coalition of
Southeast Michigan as "Ozone Action
"Public transportation is one of the
solutions to help reduce emission dur-
ing Ozone Action day," said Liz
Nowland-Margolis, manager of com-
munity relations at Ann Arbor
Transportation Authority. "Less cars on
the road with more people taking the
bus will cut down on the hydrocarbon
The Ozone Action campaign is spon-
sored by a number of public andprivate
organizations in the state, under the
umbrella of the Clean Air Coalition of
Chuck Hersey, technical manager of
the Southeast Michigan Council of
Government's environmental program,
said an excessive ozone level forms
when the temperature gets relatively
high and the sky is clear with no wind.
He said many people share the misun-
derstanding that industries are the
major cause of air pollution.
"We travel more than 110 miles a
day' Hersey said. "If we add it up to all
things we do, that will make a serious
According to documents published
by the American Public Transit
Association, people can help reduce
about 90 percent of hydrocarbon emis-
sions and 75 percent of carbon monox-
de if they choose to take public trans-
portation rather than drive their own
Nowland-Margolis said AATA will
provide information cards on buses to
inform passengers about how they can
help reduce their energy consumption
and keep the air clean.
She said the fare boxes would be
covered on days that are designated as
Ozone Action days so that passengers
can ride the bus free of charge.
BOXING: UM Boxing Club open for sum-
mer at the coliseum at 5th & Hill. Good-
coaching, safe sparring in friendly student
atmosphere. Open Mon., 7-9, Tues. 4-6,
Thurs. 7-9. Details 930-3246. Try a new sport
for the summer. It's affordable and fun!
E. LANSING COUPLE seeks bi-woman for
fun & friendship. Reply P.O. Box 253, E.
Lansing, MI 48826.
NAME A STAR for someone. It's the #1 gift,
in America. $37.50. Star registration 800/
701-7201, ext. 10.