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9 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, August 16, 2004

NEWS

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VOTING utes," Hymen said.
The Republican Party has also been
Continued from page 3 reaching out to Americans abroad.
AOK has launched the first online Republican governor Arnold Schwar-
overseas voter registration and absen- zenegger traveled to Israel to meet
tee ballot request system in an effort to with American voters, and former
facilitate the complex voting process Vice President Dan Quayle recently
American citizens living abroad face. visited Germany to vie for votes.
"With the Web site, it literally cuts Officials at the Federal Voting
the process. It takes about 10 min- Assistance program have said they
* the michigan daily in

have mailed out almost 1,000 more
voter registration applications than
the 250,000 they mailed out previous
to the 2000 presidential election.
A low estimate of the U.S. citizen
population currently abroad is com-
parable to the population of the state
of Colorado - about 4,550,688 in
July 2003 at the U.S. Census Bureau's
last count.

BUSH
Continued from page 3
voters, compared to the rest of the elec-
torate. George H.W.... Bush split the
youth vote in 1988 but lost it by nine
points to Bill Clinton in 1992.
If President Bush's approval among
youth stays as low as it is now, he will
receive less than the 46 percent he gar-

nered in 2000.
But the favorite of the youth vote
may not be the winner of the elec-
tion because it has been of dwindling
influence in presidential elections. In
1972, after the ratification of the 26th
Amendment allowed citizens 18 and
older to vote, about 50 percent of the
registered youth cast ballots. In 2000,
turnout numbers sank to 32 percent.

AMAZING DEAL! 4-5 bdrm., 2 bath. hse.
Quiet neighborhood. Easy walk to central
campus. Garage, free prkg./ldry., dshwshr
Avail now. $2,000.734-821-1425.
NEED SUB-LEASER for nice, lrg., one
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neg. Contact(517)420-0305.
QUIET, 2 BDRM., 2 bath. 1159 square feet,
loft apt. w/lake views. Located within 15
min. of the U of M's Central Campus. Sub-
lease runs from Aug. 15 through May, per-
fect for graduating students. $864/mo. Please
call 248-709-7363 for more info.

COLLEGE CLEANERS: PROF. Dry Clean-
ing & Ldry. Free summer storage. 715 N.
University. Next to Hill Aud. 662-1906.
EDITING/FORMAT - theses, books, journal
articles. All disciplines. 25 yrs. exp.
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MASSAGE THERAPY $45. 14 yrs. exp.
Auto Accident rehab. 945-3385.
SPRING BREAK 2005! Plan Now - Huge
Savings! Cancun From $429, Bahamas
Cruise $299, Jamaica $459, Florida $159. 50
Hours Free Drinks & Meals.
SpringBreakTravel.com 1-8007-6386.
!!!BARTENDING!! $300/DAY potential, no
expenence necessary, training provided.
800-965-6520 ext.125.
ANN ARBOR INTERNET radio station and
community non-profit looking for help to
make things happen. Many opportunities
avail. Email info@a3radio.com.
ANN ARBOR'S LARGEST sports bar,
Scorekeepers, is now hiring floormen and
waitstaff. Flexible hrs. Bring in your class
scheduleand apply today! 310 Maynard.
APT. CLEANERS NEEDED for student
move-out. 996-2836.
ARE YOU A student or prof. needing hous-
ing for a short amount of time?????
I need a responsible person to take care of
my two cats from Aug. 20-29. You may stay
in our home while looking for housing, etc.
We live on the old west side, walking dis-
tance to town and campus. I will ask for a
ref. Please call Janis Appleton. 663-5026.

ASSOCIATE HOUSE DIRECTOR position
available for UofM sorority beginning mid to
late August for academic year 2004-2005.
Flexible duty hours may include 4-11 p.m.,
approx. 16 days per month. Submit resume
and letter of interest with one personal and
one professional reference to: Associate
House Director c/o 3415 Vintage Valley
Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48105 or fax to (734)
434-8040. Compensation options include
stipend, meals, parking and housing. Desir-
able qualifications include computer skills
and food service experience.
CLINIC NEUROGENETIC RESEARCH as-
sistant at Wayne State U. Lots of contact
with families, including recruiting, screening
and coordinating participation. Involvement
with grant preparation, research protocols
and data analysis. Bachelor's req. Contact:
KarenKrajewski313-577-8317orkmkajew@med.
wayne.edu. WSU is an EEO/Affirmative Action
Employer.
COMPUTER SUPPORT TECHNICIAN.
Part time position avail. in our Ann Arbor of-
fice. We are a major Medical Billing Com-
pany looking to expand our Data Processing
team. Duties incl. programming with VMS
and Alpha systems. Applicants should also
be able to install and configure software, fire-
walls and external links on Windows
NT/2000 systems. Excellent communication
skills a must. Our principal language is Vax
Basic so knowledge of this as well as Mi-
crosoft Small Business Server, Windows NT
and VMS helpful. Minor computer hardware
repairs also expected. We can offer flexible
schedules, excellent pay & casual atmo-
sphere. Fax,mail, or email resume to :
PMG
Personal Coordinator
PO Box 1108, Ann Arbor, MI 48106-1108
Fax: 734-677-1603
opportunities@pmgpays.com
DESK HELP WANTED @> busy tanning sa-
lon!! Flex. hrs. Starting @ $8/hr + Commis-
sion. Apply in person at Endless Summer
Tanning. 3933 Jackson Rd. 662-2602.
EARLY CHILDHOOD SUBSTITUTES
needed for St. Paul Early Childhood Center.
Fun job. Work according to your schedule.
Cr11 7.466-0887.
EXP. COOKS ONLY. Walk in for interview
Wednesday, August 11 12-5 or Tuesday, Au-
gust 17 from 12-5 p.m. Ashley's restaurant.
734-996-9191.
HOUSEHOLD AND ODD jobs. $12/hr.
734-678-7143.
INDIVIDUALS NEEDED FOR RE-
SEARCH STUDIES: The Pfizer Research
Clinic in Ann Arbor is seeking healthy males
or females, ages 18-55, for participation in
upcoming drug research studies. Studies last
approximately two-four weeks. Payment for
study participation ranges from $500-$1000.
You must not take daily prescription medica-
tions or have any chronic illness. A pre-
screening process is required. For more infor-
mation, call the Research Recruiters at
1-800-567-8804. Pfizer Research Clinic,
2800 Plymouth Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48105

INSTRUCTORS: DO YOU enjoy working
with children? Will train instructors for
preschool, recreational, and cheer gymnas-
tics. Exp. coaches needed for competitive
team. Call Pat or Guy at810-229-4966.
LAW FIRM RECEPTIONIST. Downtown
AA office. Prefer FT but will consider 2
PT'ers. Fax resume & avail. hrs. to769-6777.
MASSAGE THERAPIST. DIABETIC pa-
tient 2-3 in home sessions per week. $60 per
session. Certified or non-certified. 330-7779.
MODELS - Professional Photographer needs
people over 18 for fashion/art-oriented
projects. $ or prints. (810)-735-7313.
www.portfolios.com/gilphoto
OPENING IN MID-SEPTEMBER.
BAKERS SQUARE
A NEW RESTAURANT FOR YPSILANTI
Bakers Square, famous for premium pies and
other great foods, is opening in Ypsilanti. We
have fantastic opportunities for people ready
to start a restaurant career, or those just want-
ing some extra money and have fun doing it
Avail. positions are:
-Servers
-Cash/Host
-Cooks
-Dish Machine Operators
-Bussers
Great pay, benefits, plustraining and growth
potential are yours. Apply in person for an
immediate interview whichbegins Wednes-
dayAugust18thfrom9am. until 6:00p.m.
at 1960 Whittaker Rd., Ypsilanti, Michigan.
We will interview all daysexcept Sunday at
thetime stated until all positoins are filled
PAINTERS NEEDED. AUG. 20 - Aug. 30.
Exp. helpful. $9/hr. Call Crystal at
734-996-1991.
PARTICIPANTS WANTED FOR an experi-
ment on a word judgment experiment at the
University of Michigan near the North Cam-
pus. The experiment takes 4-hours to com-
plete; pays $40.00, and involves non-inva-
sive physiological measurement of brain
waves. To qualify, must be ages 18-60, right-
handed, have vision correctable to 20/20 and
speak English as a primary (first) language.
Email bazan@umich.edu (preferably) or call
734-764-0820.
PARTICIPANTS WANTED FOR an experi-
ment on a word judgment experiment at the
University of Michigan near the North Cam-
pus. The experiment takes 4-hours to com-
plete, pays, $40.00 and involves non-inva-
sive physiological measurement of brain
waves. To participate, must be ages 18-35,
right-handed, vision correctable to 20/20, and
speak English as a primary (first) language.
Email bazan@umich.edu (preferably) or call
734-764-0820.
PERSONAL AIDE NEEDED for teenager
with autism. Exp. helpful. Good pay for the
rightperson. 426-8556.
PT RECEPTIONIST FOR real estate office.
Contact weekdays 734.761.9666.

SCOREKEEPERS SPORTS GRILL and Pub
is now hiring part-time cooks starting at
$7/hr. Flexible hrs., no experience necessary.
310 Maynard. 734-995-0100.
START AT $9.50/HR. and make new friends
while supporting your University. MICHI-
GAN TELEFUND now hiring students for
flexible night and weekend schedules. Awe-
some Resume Builder! Work Study / Non-
Work Study. Apply online:
www.telefund.uniich.edu. 998-7420.
BABYSTER PREE WITH child care exp.
References required. 10 to 20 hrs/wk. with
flexible schedule. Call Su at 313-570-2833.
BABYS1'ITER(S) NEEDED FOR cheerful 7
mo. old boy. Tues. 6:15 am. - 3:45 p.m. and
Thurs. 9:30 am. - 12:30 p.m. and Sat eves.
Safe driver req. Call 734-323-9822.
CHILD CARE FOR girls (ages 1 and 3) in
my Ann Arbor home. PT (Mon, Wed, or
Thurs) beg. in mid-Aug. Experience and ref-
erences required. Call734-327-7059.
IN HOME CHII.D Care for early mornings
(starting at 6 am.). Motivated student, good
with kids. M-F Trans. req. 734-944-5320.
IN HOME CHILDCARE needed for 10 m/o-
Nonsmoker. Experience and references re-
quired. P/T 30 hrs/week. Start Aug.
734-997-0517.
LAW PROFESSOR AND spouse seek exp.
babysitter for 7 and 4 1/2 year old children.
Afternoon and evening avail needed. We are
seeking an intelligent, creative, and caring in-
dividual with car. Call Steve at 647-4985 or
Nancy at 327-8440.
LOOKING FOR LOVING and energetic in-
dividual to care for 1 yr. old girl. 12-15 day-
time hrs./wk. Schedule flex. Need at least
one 8 hr day. Exp. with toddlers and ref. req.
Own transportation. Please call 487-2629.
PART-TIME NANNY needed on Thursdays
8am-5pm. To care for two excellent kids, 1st
grade boy and 4 yr. old girl in Ann Arbor.
GreatPay! Call: 741-5873 or622-5648.
PT CHILD CARE provider needed for 3 yr.
old son in our Ypsi. home. Min. 20 hrswk.
(M, T, Th pref.). Start immed. lasting until
June 2005. Must have own vehicle, Ref. re-
quired. Call734-572-2969.

NEW MASSAGE SCHOOL! Select week-
ends, over 14 months. Gaia Center for Holis-
tic Studies/Gaia School . of Massage.
734-945-3385 for info., brochure, catalog.
THE BIGGEST POSTER SALE. Biggest
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different images. FINE ART, MUSIC,
MOVIES, MODELS, HUMOR, ANIMALS,
PERSONALITIES, LANDSCAPES, MOTI-
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MOST IMAGES ONLY $6,$7, AND $8.
SEE US AT Michigan Union Ground Floor
ON Sunday Sept. 5th thea Friday Sept 10th,
2004. THE HOURS ARE 10 A.M. - 7 P.M.
THIS SALE IS SPONSORED BY Michigan
UnionArtsandPrograms.

LAW STUDENT SEEKS roommates. Large
sunny room, big porch, wshr/dryer, prkg., ca-
ble tv and intemet. $550 + elec. Grad student
pref. Avail Sept. Call 202-6(7-5567.
ROOMMATE NEEDED- female grad stu-
dent for rm. in townhse. Fum., washer/dryer,
by hosp. & Dental sch. $600/mo. 341-5595.

40 YR. OLD substitute teacher seeks lunch
date/meeting on Wednesdays. 419-335-3555
or 2andy@toastnet.
LOVING COUPLE, BOTH graduates from
the U of M, are searching for a U of M stu-
dent for sperm donation. If you are atrative,
athletic, and have a healthy family medical
history please consider helping us. $5,000
compensation.Reply to dkd@mieye.com.
ADVERTISE
f "MICHIGAN DAILY

FOR SALE: 4 football tickets for San Diego
State home game on Sept. 18. $67 ea. Call
Car at 800-729-8454.

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