The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, January 22, 1991 - Page 7
SKI UP NORTH ! Indian River Motel wel-
comes youl 4 hours north on I-75. Apart-
ments and cabins with kitchenettes avail.
Boyne Highlands and Nubs Nob ski are as
nearby. Call (616)238-7406 for info and
SPRING BREAK- BOOK 'EM NOW
Discount rates- Acapulco, Bahamas,
Cancun, Jamaica from $464
Liberty & Maynard/ S.Univ. by Washtenaw
1 769-9011 or 769-9680
SPRING BREAK IN CANCUN OR
RAHAMAS from $299.00! Includes
'roundtrip air, 7 nights hotel, cruise, beach
parties, free lunch, and much more! Organize
a small group and earn a free trip &
commissions. Call 1-800-BEACH-IT for
SPRING BREAK-DAYTONA BEACH,
Ocean front hotel, party daily w/us. $79.50/
per person, quad, full 7 nights, central loca-
tion to all clubs. Showboat Inn, 1220 N. At-
lantic Ave. Daytona Beach, 32118. Call 1-
800-835-1041 for reservations.
STUDENT TRAVEL BREAKS AT
,geor best European/Greece airfares. We're at
errytown Mall. Call us 663-4400.
Spring Break Blowout
Only a few spaces left!
:(aaccm, euatea , & 4a cMru ,
Packages include airfare,
taxes, and more.
Call Mark/Stephen tdday at
Cancun & Puerto Vallarta
Affordable Oceanfront Condos
Complete packages from $499.00
Only 15 seats left, so call now!
FOR SALE ROUND TRIP Northwest ticket
anywhere in U.S. call Tim 998-2554
WANTED: 4 blue tkts together for UM- In-
iana Basketball game Jan 24. 663-4533
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Lessons, repair, music.
VOICE LESSONS MM U of M Beg. to
Adv. Musical Theatre to Opera. 973-6603
ECON. AND BUSINESS STUDENTS join
the professional business fraternity. Alpha
Kappa Psi. Jan. 22 & 23, 5pm, B1275, Busi-
NEED BIG CASH FAST? Max invstmt.
less than $4.00 w/basically no labor! Send
stamped slf-add. envel. to: Boxholdr (DEPT
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FORMER STAFF OF THE
s Alfred Hitchcock
" Francis Ford Coppola
" Steven Spielberg
" Leslie Nielsen
" Spike Lee
" Martin Scorcese
" Rob Lowe
" David Lynch
" Stanley Kubrick
" Friz Freeling
" Mr. Vinnie Yankavootie
JOIN THE CLUB!!
MICHIGAN VIDEO YEARBOOK MASS
7PM WED. JAN. 23, UNION-
GREAT GIFT IDEAS
New U of M Songbook
Available at Borders, Moes, MDen $29.95.
AFRO AMERICAN DANCERS Male &
female wanted for upcoming video
production, specifically looking for ballet &
modem dance performer. Dance majors or
those with onstage performance experience
preferred. Call Lisa at 663-5305.
THE VIRGIN MARY HAS BEEN AP-
PEARING in Medjugorje, Yugoslavia for al-
most 10 yrs. Call Caritas-Birm., AL. 205-
BEAUTIFULLY REMODELLED APT. on
Geddes. 2 female roomates needed. Great
price! Parking, heat, water incl. Must see!
FEMALE WANTED TO SHARE ROOM -
3 bdrm. apt. Sublet to May/Aug. $250.,v998-
FURN. ROOM in Bums Park home. Ldry.,
fireplace, pkng., $285 + util. 2 non-smoking
grads. Prefer same. 930-6112.
IMMEDIATE, SINGLE OPENING in
beautiful 4 bed. converted Church on Church
St. Cathedral ceilings, wooden floors,
parking, laundry. Jan. rent free. 930-1963.
LOOKING FOR 4TH ROOMMATE. Own
reasonably priced room in Ige., charming
home. Walking distance to campus &
shopping. Call today MM at 668-6906.
LOOKING FOR ROOMMATE to share
large, comfortable apt. on Walnut Street. Call
LOOKING FOR ROOMMATE to share
apt. Reasonably priced. Packard near central
campus. Call MM at 668-6906.
LUXURIOUS 4 BDRM. APT. ON HILL
ST. across from B-school. Need 2 rm. mates
to fill lease from May 91-May 92. Rent is
$375/mo. Please call 994-3392 to set up an
ROOMMATE WANTED- for 8 month
lease starting in Sept. at the Ponds Apt. south
of Stadium on Packard. 2 bdrm. Call Victor
TO SHARE A NEW SPACIOUS 1650 sq
foot mobile home. Offering own room, bath,
laundry, fireplace and deck. Scio farms Es-
tates Park west of A2 $350/mo. incl util. Day
994-0501 ext 227 eves 747-6898. Non-
smoke fern start 2/1/91.
If you're going to talk about
MAKE IT COUNT!
Call Citizen Members of Statewide
Environmental Group, PIRGIM, to work for
long term solutions to pollution. $6-10/hr.
part-time eves. Call Luke 662-6597
CARIBBEAN-$189! Why freeze here when
for only $189 you can be in the sun of the
Caribbean or Mexican coast for a week. R/t
air. SUNHITCH(tm), (212)864-2000.
Personals vill be
specially priced at:
for the days of
January 24 and 25
Angell Hall Aud. D
For more information, Call 763-1107 N
Continued from p. 5
but we must not outlaw the music of
laughter or the tenacity of music's
sinisterness either. In the poem
"Lapis Lazuli," William Butler
Yeats wrote: "One asks for mournful
melodies/ Accomplished fingers be-
gin to play./ Their eyes mid many
wrinkles, their eyes,/ Their ancient,
glittering eyes, are gay."
As I observed the various rallies
that have taken place around campus
so far, each promoting a different
view of the conflict, I noticed a uni-
fying trend - song. Music was a re-
curring entity in all of them. Use the
music - holler, dance, cry, sing and
unleash your anger with it. It's a
presence, not a preference, con-
tained within the art; it's liberating.
As we momentarily free ourselves
(and don't feel guilty for it), there is
an intoxicating realization. The mu-
sic unveils the answers. We are the
New Power Generation.
Top Ten "Politically Conscious"
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Songs With Which to Get Pissed
1."New Power Generation," Prince
2. "It's the End of the World As We
Know It," R.E.M.
3. "One," Metallica
4."Party At Ground Zero," Fishbone
5. "Stop," Jane's Addiction
6. "Youth Gone Wild," Skid Row
7. anything by New Order ("New
8. "Cult of Personality," Living
9. "Suffer the Masses," Flotsam and
10. a random Neil Young song
Get into major U-M events for free.
Stand on the sidelines at U-M football games!
Meet "The Dude"
Show us your photos...
B&W darkroom experience necessary.
Come to the Student Publications Building,
420 Maynard at 7:30 p.m. on
Tuesday, January 22, 1991
Call Jose or Ken at 764-0552 or 747-2813 for
I'~ -. -.
Part Time Employment
The School of Education will interview students by phone who will be
hired to call alumni nationwide for an alumni fundraising phonathon.
$6.00 per hour,
incentives, bonus pay,
plus great work experience!
Callers will be expected to work a minimum of two calling sessions
each week. Phonathon held Sunday through Thursday evenings.
For interviews, call 763-4880 TODAY!!!
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