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Tuesday, July 6, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 7

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CHINESE The visit is the beginning of a three week long t
across the country that includes visits to New York, S
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PARADE
Continued from Pagel1
"The parade really brings the
community together," said Susie
Treber, who participated in the
parade with the Huron Valley
Mothers of Multiples.
"The toughest part was getting
through it without getting any of the
girls upset," Treber said, a mother of
quadruplets.
Later in the day, other residents

took a different approach to cele-
brating Independence Day by par-
ticipating in the first Alternative 4th
of July celebration held at West
Park.
The event included a pot-luck pic-
nic and performances by several
local bands such as One Drop.
"This is an alternative to the tradi-
tional Fourth of July celebration,"
said Paul Lefrac, an event coordina-
tor. "We are anti-war and focus on a
message of social justice."

their admiration for the size of the campus, posing for
pictures and waving to passing Orientation groups.
"We want to exchange experiences in the quality of
care," said Zhenming Xie, associate researcher at China
'opulation Information and Research Center.

Today the delegation will visit rural areas surrounding
Ann Arbor to discuss daily life with Michigan dairy
farmers.
The group is scheduled to later visit Lansing and meet
with officials at the State Department of Community
Health.

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FRIEZE BUILDING
East Washington Street

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FALL TEACHER (Love Toddlers) cook,
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4jl ULL TIME JOB. St. Paul early
ildhood center. Start as soon as possible.
Work with infants and toddlers. Great pay,
full benefits. Call Pat at 668-0887.
HELP US BETTER UNDERSTAND the
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Subjects suffering from depression and/or
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JAVA PROGRAMMER ANALYST
sought be research group to develop web-
enabled database applications. Full/part time
available. Experience in 1 or more of the
following is desirable: JFC, JDBC, SQLJ,
SQL, Oracle8, PL/SQL. Job offers
competitive salary and benefits. Contact Pete
@ 936-1327, pulintz@umich.edu
JOBS, JOBS, JOBS!!!
Chat with famous UM alumni, enhance your
resume while you earn some extra'cash!!
**Telefund needs you!** Flexible evening
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Call 998-7420 for more info or stop by 611
Church #4F.
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personality, Ann Arbor area, 2-3 nights/wk.
Call and'fleave name and number: 248/486-
5501.
PART-TIME LEASING CONSULTANT
University Towers is a 240 unit student
housing property, looking for a part-time
sales lcosing person to help in our leasin'
- parment. Must be people orient,-d aid
il-pond-bl - 20-30 hines per wk
lf'rvv and weck ads a
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Recreation Specialist Positions . Convert the o
ANN ARBOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS State, Maynard
Recreation Specialist for Officials, tCKets & travel two waynstreet
Salary:$42,930 (1999-00 ASCSA Salary * Convert the e
Schedule) of North Univer:
Recreation Specialist for Adult Team Sports westbound road
Salary : $40,715
Recreation Specialist for Youth Sports and FOOTBALL TIX WANTED for UM-Notre
Neighborhood Leagues Salary:$42,930 Dame game. Please colt 619-230-9211 ext. East Uberty Stre
.23.
Each of these positions reports directly to the
coordinator of Team Sports. Minimum ---
Qualifications: Bachelors degree in Sports a
Management or P.E. or experience in team
sports. Note: must be able to work beyond
regular working hours.
SUBMIT APPLICATION: Human
Resources Services, AAPS, 2555 S. State, BROADEN YOUR HORIZONS! Native
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4:30 pm. conversation partner program at the michigan
FAX: (734) 997-1046 language center. Spend as little as one hour East Wiiam St
each week (more if you wish) speaking with
RESEARCH WORK AND term paper nationals from foreign lands. The cost is
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SCOREKEEPERS RESTAURANT & Pub RAPE DEFENSE: SPECIAL empowering 8
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Summer-fall terms. No expenence needed.S
Flexible hours. Great experience for WANTED: 1963 ENSIAN: Call 485-7218
accounting majors. Apply today 310 or write: Fred Becker, 206 Oak, Ypsilanti,
Maynard, Ann Arbor. 995-0100. MI 48198.
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SUBJECTS NEEDED FOR expenments 5 bdrm apt near UM Hospital beginning Fall drive faster,' hes
cognitive psychology. Must be native engish 9 (517)345 0538. Menbers of lb
speakers, right-handed, with normal or M m ro-
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normal hearing. Fay is $/., + bos ersonL faalty last fall
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said. structures.
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