The Michigan Daily - Monday, February 11, 1991 - Page 7
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LOOKING. FOR A RIDE? I have acar nn p -p t uA MArit t.
LSA COUNSELING OFFICE HIRING
Lcademic peer advisors for summer
rientation. Must be LSA student. Mass
meeting Wed. Feb. 13 at 6:30 in 2439 Mason
Hall for details and applications.
MOCK TRIAL JURORS NEEDED. A
mock termination of parental rights trial will
be held on Wed. Feb. 13, Thurs. Feb. 14, &
Fri. Feb. 15 from 12-5 PM at the Law
School. Volunteers are needed for jurors on
any of these days. Call Mary Jo Lawson 763-
OVERSEAS JOBS. $900-2000/mo.
Summer, yr. round, all countries, all fields.
Free info. Write IJC, PO Box 52-M101,
Corona Del Mar, CA. 92625/
PIANIST/ORGANIST needed for Lutheran
student congregation. Approx. 10 hours per
week. Call 668-7622.
PLAN A TERRIFIC SUMMER even
before spring break!! CAMP SUMMIT, a
co-ed camp 2 hrs. from NYC is hiring en-
thusiastic and outgoing counselors for this
summer. Competitive salary, travel allowance
and room and board. Call David Kraut at
662-3472 for more info.
RELIABLE, CARING BABYSITTER
NEEDED Tues a.m. for 2 adorable pre-
schoolers. Exp. pref. Phone 994-1125 by 10
WSEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well es-
tablished infertility clinic. If you are a male
between 21-40 years of age and a graduate
student or a professional, 5'10" or taller we
need you. Donors are paid $50 dollars per ac-
ceptable specimen. For further information,
please call 434-4766.
SPANISH TUTOR for 9 & 13 yr. old. 4
aftemoons/wk. 4-5:30, our house. 769-2173
evenings before 8:30.
STAFF NEEDED FOR RESORT HOTEL
on Mackinac Island includes dining room,
kitchen, front desk, night audit,
*housekeeping, maintenance, grounds, bicycle
shop mechanic. Contact Iroquois Hotel 2803
Central Park NE #201 Grand Rapids, MI
49505.616-364-1309 or 313-487-9584
STUDENT WANTED: Make $2000 this
semester selling t-shirts & sweatshirts to
fratemities & sororities. Southern Marketing
STUDENTS WANTED FOR SUMMER
PAINTING. Work in: Flint, Gd Rapids,
Muskegon, East Lansing/Okemus, Northvil-
le/Novi, Utica/Clinton Tnshp, W. Bloomfield
Tns . Experience pref. will train. 800-543-
* TYPING/WORD PROCESSING. IBM/
Laser printer. Pick up, delivery. Call 761-
WORK STUDY POSITION. Lab
Assistant, routine duties. 764-4414.
$118 ANYWHERE IN THE USA ON
NORTHWEST AIRLINES! Bring your
AMEX CARD and Northwest VOUCHER.
Ask about medical interview fares. REGEN-
CY TRAVEL 209 S. State St. Call 665-
6122, ask for Kim or Tina.
CUTE, COZY, X-COUNTRY SKI
RESORT. Close to downhill facilities, log
cabin lodging, private outdoor hot tub option.
Ellis Lake Resort, (616) 276-9502.
EUROPE SPECIALS: Amsterdam fr. $458,
Frankfurt fr. $419, Glasgow fr. $458, London
fr. $438, Paris fr. $419. REGENCY
TRAVEL 209 S. State 665-6122. Ask for
Dan or Deb.
SPRING BREAK, Christmas,
and summer travel FREE!
Air couriers needed and cruiseship jobs.
Call (805) 682-7555, Ext. F-1379
going east on PA turnpike. Call 761-2440.
LUXURY RESORT CONDO! Sleeps 6-10.
Many loc.- MO, MN, WI, IA. Best offer Call
998-0348 for more info! Avail. 2/14-3/22
ORIENT SPECIALS: Bangkok fr. $1120,
Hong Kong fr. $955, Osaka fr. $944, Seoul
fr. $973, Singapore fr. $1158, Taipei fr. $933,
Tokyo fr. $898. REGENCY TRAVEL 209
S. State 665-6122. Ask for Dan.
SOUTH PADRE ISLAND, TX. Spring
Break at Sunchase IV condos. 1,2,&3 bdrm.
condos. Centrally located/fully fum./comp.
kitch., spectacular views (512)761-5521
SPRING BREAK! Cancun or Bahamas
from $2991 Includes round-trip air, 7 nights
hotel, cruise, beach parties, free lunch &
more! Organize a small group and eam a free
trip + cash. 1-800-BEACH-IT!
SPRING BREAK TRAVEL SCOUT and I-
75 exit guide. Lists major restaurants, service
stations & hotels exit by exit. From MI to
FLA. Only $6.95. Remit to: Wuest Grp., PO
Box 30158, Cinc., OH 45230.
Cancun & Puerto Vallarta
Affordable Oceanfront Condos
Complete packages from $499.00
Only 15 seats left, so call now!
1-800. 31 .313
S Days/4 Nights! ! -
BY IN HfL l MAMAUA
BAHAMAS!From only $479 including air-
fare from Detroit, hotel, transfers, gratuities
& more! The BEST trips available at the
BEST prices! Call the Spring Break travel ex-
perts at FOUR SEASONS - 1800-331-3136
SPRING BREAK TICKET! Round Trip to
Newark NJ2/22-3/3 Call Lauren 995-0235.
STUDENTTRAVEL BREAKS AT
For best European/Greece airfares. We're at
Kerrytown Mall. Call us 663-4400.
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Lessons-intro. special:,
Pay for 4, get 5. Tune-up special.
3 RDNTRIP AIRLINE Tkts. Any SW loca-
tion exp 3/9. Best offer, call 313-645-1112
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19; 12:00 noon
University Club Board
Annual Open Meeting
Welker Room, Michigan Union
"INSIDE-OUT" Christian psychologist Lar-
ry Crabb on the question: Is real change pos-
sible in my own life? 4-part film series Mon-
days 7:30pm in Anderson Room BC Union,
Feb 4, 11, 18 Mar 4. Newcomers welcome.
.':ROM MATE .
FEMALE NOW TO MAY 1. Share house
with 3 other girls. $250/mo.+util. 665-5673.
LOOKING FOR 4TH ROOMMATE. Own
reasonably priced room in lge., 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.
ROOMMATE NEEDED to share Bdrm. S.
Forest-Hill. $230/mo. to Aug. Call 996-0567.
ROOMMATE WANTED. Non-smoker to
share large 4 bdrm. apt. near Hill &
Washtenaw. Call 996-8943.}
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the Reduced Shakespeare Com-
pany accomplished all this and
more, verifying the statement that
brevity is the soul of wit. The
"high-speed, roller-coaster type
condensation of all of Shake-
speare's plays," as the program de-
scribed the performance, provided
hilarious, slapstick versions of his
works which appealed to everyone,
familiar with his plays or not.
The quick witticisms of every
line proved the eloquence of the
three members of the RSC, Adam
Long, Jess Borgeson, and Reed
Martin. With a natural stage pres-
ence, the hilarious trio proved their
alacrity and sharpness in wit
through ad lib situations, such as
expounding on audience com-
Energetic and enticing, the
Company captivated the audience
with their modern anachronisms of
Shakespeare. Romeo and Juliet
were victims of petty fighting and
spleen losses. Troilus and Cressida
include the addition of Godzilla,
and Shakespeare's historical plays
were performed as the all-Ameri-
can pastime of football, with a
penalty called for the fictional
character on the field.
All in all, the RSC's perfor-
mance was a wonderfully unique
presentation of one of the greatest
literary masters of all time. Wiping
away the stigma and intimidation
of Shakespeare, it brought the au-
dience together with the perform-
ers and produced a boisterous
evening of entertainment and fun.
Continued from page 5
the late '70s, Tackhead has gone
through a few different stages. Gui-
tarist Skip McDonald, drummer
Keith LeBlanc, and bassist Doug
Wimbush, who have worked with
the likes of Mick Jagger and
R.E.M., started off as Tackhead
Sound System and built up a reputa-
tion as a frenetic live band. They re-
leased several singles in the early
'80s, relying mainly on their musi-
cal prowess and samples of, among
others, Margaret Thatcher. Since
about 1987, the group has featured
vocalist Bernard Fowler and a key-
boardist. Strange Things hopefully
finds them settled on their current
high-tech funk sound.
Tackhead sounds at once dated and
ultra-modern. Over grooves that
recall George Clinton's work with
Parliament-Funkadelic (which seems
to be a popular influence these days),
the band layers a few dialogue
samples and the latest in guitar and
keyboard effects. Wimbush and
LeBlanc form an excellent rhythm
section, and the entire band sounds
Of course, it helps that they're all
great musicians. From the bluesy
"Take a Stroll" (which features Mick
Jagger on harmonica) to the hip-hop
"See the Fire Burning" (which
features rapper Melle Mel), the band
proves itself adept at different styles.
They pay tribute to Clinton with a
cover of his "Super Stupid" that
blows Big Chief's local boys
version out of the water, especially
in terms of vocal delivery. (Henssler
et al did come out with their version
Vocalist Fowler completes the
combination. Although he often
sounds as if every syllable that
comes out of his mouth carries a bit
too much emotional weight, Fowler
has some interesting things to say.
Written before our current Persian
Gulf mess, "For This I Sing" seems
eerily prophetic: "Called away in the
prime of life... I've got to make a
decision/ Am I gonna give my life
for this country/ when so many peo-
ple have nothing?"
with our finest
The University Children's
Theater will be holding auditions
for The Shtetl Tales by Rachel
Feldben, on Tuesday from 6-9 p.m.
and Wednesday from 4-7 p.m. Sign
up at the Green Room, or call Troy
Mollar, 668-0967, or Illana Tra-
I*'in ~and dinner.
NOW SERVING BEER AND WINE
300 Detroit St. * 665-0444
at Catherine across from the Farmer's Market
Carry out available.
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