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research attempting to find vaccine to
am Zuwerink immune system response, the dendritic cells chemotherapy"
taffReporter can recognize cancer cells that would otherwise Different from many types of cancer treatment
using a vaccine consisting of dead cancer remain invisible to most types of treatment. involving harmful radiation that can cause numer-
University researchers are working on a With promising results from the mice experi- ous side effects, the method used by vaccination is
more effective way to attack cancerous ments, a clinical trial is underway in human much gentler on the body.
s. patients. "We use the body's own defenses," Fields said."
ctive against two types of tumors in "Early human tests are promising, but not defin- It's much the same way as you think of vaccines
the vaccine works by using dendritic itive," said Ryan Fields, a May University graduate for other diseases."
a specialized form of white blood cells and a current student at Duke Medical School. Working with James Mule, a professor of
mouse bone marrow, to search for and "Most people who try this treatment are those who surgery in the University Medical School and
k cancer cells. By triggering an intense failed at other types of research treatments, such as director of the Tumor Immunotherapy Program in

NING OFFICE BUILDING. Great
hile in school. 4-10 hrs./wk. $10/hr.
ca.663-6777.
NG P/T flexible hours. Call Irene
2.
RK/MESSENGER: 2 positions @ 10
k. each. M-F, 1-3pm or M-F, 3-5pi
rs license required. $6.50/hr. UM
campus. Call Denise 764-7312 for
w. EOE.
LL SUBSTITUTES NEEDED. NAEYC
uredited Early Childhood Ceneris in need
substitutes for Fall semester. 66-0187.
AT HOUSE NEEDS cook for Fall. Good
Great Guys. Call Peter at 1-800-282-
S6, ext. 243.
FRIENDS GIFT SHOPS
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
Cashier experience helpful
8-18 hrs, evenings, weekends, holidays
For summer continuing into fall.
Some daytime hours available.
Work Study Students Qualify.
.25. Call 936-5971 after 12 noon.
Course Positions
University of Michigan Radrick Farms
if Course has immediate openings for
ployees. For grounds positions contact
in Todd at 998-7043. For golf shop,
service or cart/range positions contact
antel Jackson at 998-6391. Positions will
chrough November 16th.
Non-Discriminatory Affirmative Action
over.
Guest Services
University of Michigan
ts needed for a fun and rewarding job
.e front desk of a conference center at
Business School. The position offers
ible scheduling, good pay and a free meal
h each shift. Must have the following
lifications: Excellent customer service
lls, friendly & outgoing, familiar with
mpus and the Ann Arbor area, and
puter skills. Apply in person at Executive
sidence, 710 1. University.
NDSCAPING AND YARDWORK.
e ex rience. P/f. Call Ken 971-5402.
ISLATIVE INTERN positon open in a
ervative GOP office. Duties snelude
,opublic relations, assisting the
for session, caucus and committe
BContact en Ramirez, (517)373-7670.
OKING FOR a full time smiler. Some-
who is energetic, dependable, and caring.
sition offers excellent benefits, advance-
nt opportunities and a health club
robenship. Call the Aen Arbor YMCA at
663-0536 and ask for Rob Hess.
SEUM OF ART-Security guard;
porary, part-time; must be available
rsday evenings and weekends. Call
647-0517.
AKERS NEEDED!
on & Grads. Attend class, take notes.
up to $14/lecture. Variety of classes,
ble sedole. Faculty approved classes
Reserve a class of your choice for the
ro now. Apply at Grade A Notes, 549
niversity Ave., or call 741-9669 for more

rART-TIME O FFICSTAr n A : Local
educational company looking for organized
and efficient office staff. 20+ hrs./wk. Call
662-3149 for information.
PART-TIME INSTRUCTORS:
Do you have great teaching skills & excellent
test scores? If you do, join us for pizza at 337
E. Liberty on August 13th at 5 p.m. to find
out about the fun times, flexible hours, and
great pay that could be yours as a Kaplan
teacher. Call 662-3149 for more infonnatson.
RECEPTIONIST NEEDED beginning
Aug. Michigan Union Scheduling Office.
Flexible day hours. UM students apply in
person Rmn. 1310 Michigan Union. Work
study welcome.
RUN POSTER SALES on college
campuses. Great opportunity to travel.
Guaranteed salary & expenses. Call Trent
Graphics for information: 800/821-9489.
SCOREKEEPERS IS CURRENTLY ac-
cepting applications for waitstaff, barbacks &
cooks for Fall thru Winter terms. Apply in
person at 310 Maynard. No expenence
necessary.
STUDENT NEEDED 10-15 hrs./wk. per-
forming clerical duties. Attention to detail,
good people skills. $7-$8/hr. 763-7972.
Stephanie.
SUBJECTS WANTED for perception
experiment. Takes 2.5 - 3 hrs., pays $25.
Must be right-handed and have vision cor-
rectable to 20/20. Call 936-2825.
TANFASTIC HIRING now & for Fall.
Must be available momings or aftemoons 2-3
days/wk. Apply o S. Main St. or E.
Michigan Ave. locations.
TELEMARKETING Eves. $7-$12/hr. No
selling! Call John 996-1157.
TELEMARKETING Eve. $7-12/hr. No
selling! Call Allen 996-1107.
THE BLUE NILE RESTAURANT has im-
mediate opening with wait staff and
bartender. Experience required. Busser staff-
hosts or hostesses and dishwashers. Apply in
person at 221 E. Washington St.
Tim Horton's
Up to 6.75/hr.
All Shifts
Fall Availability Necessary
Benefits include:
* Halth Insurance
* free meals/uniforms
* 401K
* convenient to bus route
* you get to work with Rose in a clean
friendly environment
Apply in Person at:
Michigan League
by Hill Auditorium
911 N. University
TUIOR FOR my 8th grade daughter in my
home after school. Math, French & Music.
Excellent pay. 995-0686.
TWO FALL OPENINGS. Early Childhood
Center needs someone to help open & close
center. Work with children 3-5 years old.
Start Aug. 31, Monday-Friday, 3-5:30 p.m.
Call Pat at 668-0887. Great fun & ears some
cash!

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Business
School Snack Bar is now hiring for the Fall
term. Wanted: dependable and reliable
counter help. Counter help will train. The
Snack Bar is open 7 days a week. Many
hours available. Will work around class
schedule. Sta ing pay is $6.25/hr. Plese
apply in pers on in the student lounge which
is located at 904 Monroe or contact Petey
Blyveis or Gayle Flowers at 936-3160 before
2 p.m. Monday through Friday. EOE.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY: Light Main-
tenance/Groundskeeper for Scio Farms
Estates. Full-time. Competitive pay scale.
Call 663-8822 or apply at 6655 Jackson
Road.
WASHTENAW ENGINEERING-Civil en-
gineering firm seeks pare-time errand/print
technician. Will train, must have good driv-
ing record. Call 761-8800.
Wendy's
Up to 6.75/hr.
All Shifts
Fall Availability Necessary
Benefits include:
* Health Insurance
* free meals/uniforms
* 401K
* convenient to bus route
Apply in Person at:
Michigan League
by Hill Auditorium
911 N. University
Michigan Union
530 5. State
4G SUPERVISOR 30 hrs./wk.
. Asst. for study of women's health.
rise student staff, enroll study
pa. ipants. Computer experience preferred.
Call Bonnie 763-4281.
ch i d care
ANN ARBOR COUPLE looking for an ex-
perienced nanny to care for their infant son in
their home part-time. Please call 662-2712.
BABYSITTER FOR active 18 mo. old girl.
Flex. hrs., walk to campus. 995-9742.
DAYCARE ASST. part-time. Will train.
Own trans. Flex. hrs. 663-1737.
DISABLED MOTHER of twins needs
responsible child care assistance aftenoons
& over night. Call 327-9775.
HOUSECLEANER, LIGHT CHILD
CARE, reliable, experienced babysitter. $12/
hr. Call 665-4974 after 6 p.m.
IN HOME CHILDCARE needed for my 1
yr. old son. Start 9/1. Mon. 12:30-6:30, Tue.
10:15-7. Refs. req. 971-5751.
PART-TIME NANNY NEEDED: 15-20
hrs./wk. for our 3 yr. old girl. Great payl 734-
254-0729.
PART-TIME BABYSITTER for 3 small
children. Experience & refs. required. Flex.
schedule. Must have car. 665-4805.

WANTED
Michigan Ticke
Paying Cash
All season &
individual tixs
Prime Tick
Service
We buy/sell all ev
(800) 500-84
BASKETBALL FAN looking for
NIKE DUNK BASKETBALL
Blue and Gold. PAY UP TO $56
used. Call anytime: 1.800/921.54
DONATIONS OF USED BOOK
for A.A.U.W. Fall Book Sale. No u
For information, phone 973-6287.
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LOVING, PROFESSIONAL cou
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@ 1-800-631-6447.
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fight cancer
the Health System's Comprehensive Cancer
Center, and Koichi Shimizu, University research
fellow and physician, Fields is a first author of a
recent paper published in the Proceedings of the
National Academy of Sciences.
This recognition is very unusual for an under-
graduate working on a research project, and Fields
said he hopes to continue the research in some
form while at Duke.
"Most of it was luck. I got involved with a great
team and things just fell into place," Fields said.
Explosion
rocks
ravel Kenyan
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) - A huge
explosion heavily damaged a down-
ts town Nairobi building near the U.S.
Embassy and Kenya's central bank
Friday, injuring hundreds of people.
The cause of the blast was not imme-
diately known.
Vehicles were damaged nearby, and
a plume of black smoke shot into the
.et sky.
Ambulances and police rushed to the
chaotic scene. There was no word on
whether anyone was killed.
Phone calls to the U.S. Embassy
ents went unanswered. The explosion
occurred adjacent to the embassy at
Cooperative House, a building of pri-
vate and government offices.
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