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The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, March 6,1991- Page 7

WCLASSIFIEDS
START YOUR CAREER
IN ADVERTISING!
DISPLAY SALES TEAM
IS CURRENTLY HIRING
FOR S/S AND FALL.
APPLY 1 ODAY AT 420
MAYNARD, STUDENT
PUBLICATIONS BUILDING.
APPLICATIONS DUE BY 3/8
LUNCH & RECESS SUPERVISORS.
Ideal for people who like children ages 3-11.
11-1 pm daily. 15 minute drive from campus.
*Call 747-7422.
MEN NEEDED: UM Sexual Assault
Prevention and Awareness Center is looking
for men to lead workshops on acquaintance
rape prevention for 1991-92. Training
provided. Applications available 2/18-3/15 at
our office-West Quad Winchell House Rm.
L-107. People of color encouraged to apply.
For more info. call 763-5865.
NORMAL WEIGHT OR OVERWEIGHT
WOMEN who binge eat at least twice a
week & other overweight women are needed
for a study looking at tasteeating control
mechanisms. Subjects must be white, non-
smoking, age 18-40, on no medications in-
eluding birth control pills. Pre-testing invol-
yes a history & physical, bloodwork &
paperwork. Testing involves an infusion of
substances thought to be important in ap-
petite regulation for 3 moming hours on 3
days. Subjects will receiv $75 after com-
pleting the study. For info nation please call
Karen Naim at 936-4861.
OVERSEAS JOBS. $900-2000/mo.
Summer, yr. round, all countries, all fields.
Free info. Write IJC, PO Box 52-MI01,
Corona Del Mar, CA. 92625/
PARENTS LOOKING FOR A DEPEND-
ABLE person to care for our 20 month old
* child on Mondays and Wednesdays 3 to 7,
and Saturdays 9:30 to 1. We would like a
person with previous experience who can
make a one year commitment 662-3062.
SEMEN 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'l0" or taller we
need you. Donors are paid $50 dollars per ac-
ceptable specimen. For further information,
P.O. Box 2674 Ann Arbor, MI 48106.
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 313-487-984
STUDENTS! STUDENTS! STUDENTS!
STUDENTS!hEarn thousands stuffing
envelopes. Rush $1.00 and self-addressed
stamped envelpoe to: J&R Enterprise P.O.
Box 38384 Tallahassee, FL. 32315.
SUMMER JOBS
All Island/Water Sports
Prestige Chlds. Camps Adirondack Mtns.
Near Lake Placid
Call 1-800-343-8373
SUMMER JOBS OUTDOORS. Over 7000
openings! National parks, forests, fire
erews.Send stamp for free details. Sullivan's.
113 E.Wyoming, Kalispell, MT 59901.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN has
summer employment openings for cabin
counselors, recreation, craft, maintenance,
and secretarial positions at Shady Trails
Camp located on Grand Traverse Bay. The
camp provides speech, language, & hearing
service to communicatively impaired
children in a traditional residential summer
camp setting. Three camp programs will be
offered. Staff may work 1, 2, or all 3 camps.
For information call 313-764-8440 r write:
Shady Trails Camp, 1111 East C therine,
Ann Arbor, Mi. 48109. EOE/AA.*"

TIME TO PLAN A TERRIFIC
SUMMER'.! CAMP SUMMIT, a co-ed
camp 2 hrs, from NYC, is hiring enthusiastic
and outgoing counselors for this summer.
Competitive salary, travel allowance and
room and board. Meet us at the Job Fair. For
more info call David Kraut at 662-3472.
Summer Job Interviews
Average earnsigs:
$3900
University Directories,
the nation's largest publisher of
campus telephone directories, hires
over 250 college students for their
summer sales program.
Top earnings: $5,000-8,000.
Gain valuable experience in
advertising, sales & public relations
selling yellow page advertising for
your campus telephone directory.
Positions also available in other
university markets. Expense paid
training program in Chapel Hill, NC.
Looking for enthusiastic, goal-oriented
students for challenging, well paying
summer job. Internships may be
available.
Interviews on campus
Friday, March 15.
Sign up at the Job Fair on
Thursday, March 14.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: UM Sexual As
sault Prevention and Awareness Center is
looking for volunteers to lead workshops on
acquaintance rape prevention or to staff a
counseling phone line for 1991-92. Training
provided. Applications avail. 2/18-3/15 at our
office-West Quad Winchell House Rm. L-
107. Men and people of color encouraged to
apply. For more info. call 763-5865.
WEST COAST INTERNSHIP
We are looking for a few sharp, hardworking
students. Students selected into our program
will have the opportunity to work out west,
earn $5400, gain invaluable resume
experience while developing excellent
communication skills. Call 665-2510 and
leave your name, major, year and phone #.
WORK STUDY ONLY needed to assist
research personnel in Molecular Neural
Laboratory with daily tasks. Laboratory cour-
se work required. 8-10 hrs. per week. Contact
R. Nichols, 764-4461.
: S INESS SE I**
RESEARCH SERVICES
Proposal Development * Research/Survey
Design 0 Phone/Mail Data Collection r
Data Entry 0 Data Analysis (MIDAS,
OSIRIS, SPSS, SAS) * Database
development.
Information Transfer Systems
994-0003

BUSINESSSEVICEs

INTENSIVE CARE
FOR TEST-TAKERS.
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GOING!:ECES,
MUST SELL 2 TIX 1O CHICAGOMar8-
10. Amazingly cheap!!! Call Erin 747-8868.
ORIENT SPECIAILS: Bangkok fr. $1120,
Hong Kong fr. $955, Osaka fr. $944, Seoul
fr. $973, Singapore 1r. S 1158, Taipei fr. $933,
Tokyo fr. $898. RIC(UNCY TRAVEL 209
S. State 665-6122. Ask for Dan.
SPRING BREAK GETAWAY! Affordable
log-ca' in lodging on lake surrounded by
forest. Out-door hot-tub option. Ten minutes
from Traverse City. 616/276-9502.
STUDENT TRAVEL BREAKS AT
STAMOS TRAVEL
Small groups ask about our one free for
twelve. Call 663-4400,
SPRING BREAK, Christmas,
and summer travel FREE!
Air couriers needed and cruiseship jobs.
Call (805) 682-7555, Ext. F-1379
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HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Repairs-Winter tune-up
specials. Lessons: Pay for 4, get 5.
.ITICKETS
TOP DOLLAR PAID FOR BLUE TICK-
ETS TO Michigan-MSU Basketball Game
Call 663-4533
WANTED-GRADUATION TICKETS for
LSA. If anyone has extra tickets-pease call
Michele at 996-3390. Will pay for them.
NEEESTING CONCERT TIXEm0EE
EMAIN FLOOR March 14th. 995-5034.0
ROUNDTRIP ANYWHERE IN U.S.
BEFORE MAY. Very cheap!! Call Amy at
769-9757.
GRATEFUL DEAD TKTS. Weds. 3/20
CapCentre Landover MD Good Seats Best
offer Call Eliot 764-2645 Also Dead Lyric
Books.
INTRODUCTORY ZEN MEDITATION
COURSE, 5 Thurs. evenings. Starts March
7. Zen Buddhist Temple, 761-6520.
ATTENTION JUNIORS: apply now for
MORTAR BOARD
A National Senior Honor Society based on
scholarship, leadership, and service.
Applications available in the Undergraduate
Honors Office. (1210 Angell Hall) Deadline:
March 15. 1991.

IFEMALEF CHRISTIAN ROOMATE(S)
wanted to find /share residence near central
campus with same. Fall term '91. 761-5352.
HOUSEMATES NEEDED for 2 bedrooms
in a spacious house, pref. musicians. About
$300/mo. Call Justin 764-7729.
HUGE 2 BDRM. API. WITH 2 DUDES
looking for 2 more dudes. Great location,
great price for fall. Call 668-8639.
LARGE BEDROOM for 1 or 2 male non-
smoking housemates in newly furnished
house. Parking, laundry, dishwasher, piano,
alarm system. Sept.-Sept. $210 (dbl)
$340(sgl). Call Jp 930-0354.
NEED FEMALE IMMEDIATELY TO
SHARE 2 bdrm. apt. with 3 others. Call MM
668-6906.
WANTED: Used Mac II, ix. Any
configuration. Call Brad 994-5847.
RECORDS
Continued from page 5
any particular cut on the Sex Pack-
ets album, grooves the Digital Un-
derground's malevolent, ominous
image well into the detritus of their
predecessors and inspirations, George
Clinton, Georgio Moroder, Bernie
Worrell, and Bootsy Collins with-
standing. Exchanging the 808 kick
for the sound of brushes on snare and
utilizing Fuze's scratching the sound
of Miles Davis' trumpet, "Nuttin'
Nis Funky" deserves the extensive
length that Shock G/the Piano Man
(the same person?) gives it to groove
on. This jam is not about the ur-
gency of funk as much as a
"Funkentelechy" or "Psychodiscoal-
phabetabioaquadoloop"-type, slanten-
dicular excursion into escapism.
"Same Song" narrowly evades the
superfluity of a hip-hop reworking
of the wedding song, "Tie the Knot,"
largely due to the Piano Man groov-
ing a tough solo on a Hammond-
type organ, closer to the efforts of
McCoy Tyner than Prince Paul or
Hank Shocklee. A disco-fied remix
of "Packet Man" retells a story about
nonexistent synthetic drugs, sex
packets, referred to by Shock G as
"biochemically compacted sexual af-
fection." The "Worth a Packet-
Remix" exploits Love Orches-

tra/Barry White-type strings along
with piano lines obviously from the
Chic Organization school of ro-
mance. Will the DU never tire of,.
tugging at our heartstrings or just
plainly fucking our minds?
-Forrest Green III
The Original Sins
Self-Destruct
Psonik/Sky-Clad
I've had this record since Decem-
ber and really should have raved
about it already, but I had my doubts
that any of you would actually heed
my suggestion to buy it. But now
that Rolling Stone has given it three
and a half out of five stars, perhaps
some of you will believe that this
obscure group plays some jammin'
rock 'n' roll well worth an
investment.
The Original Sins hail from~
Pennsylvania and Self-Destruct was
released on a label distributed from'
New Jersey, so it's not too surpris-
ing they aren't well-known in the
Sub-Pop/ Amphetamine Reptile-
dominated undie scene here.
But what is Self-Destruct like?
Titles such as "Do It," "Nowhere to
Go (From Here But Down),"
"Higher," and especially "Alice D."
should prepare you for lyrics exhort-
ing release of the mind and the ass.
Some of the best records I own
proudly state "there are no keyboards
on this record," but this is one band
with an appropriately-psychotic-
enough cheesy organ sound to stay
in my collection. Keyboardist Dan
(just Dan) plays the most exciting
ancient-tech electricified piano I've
heard since playing some ? & the
Mysterians and Lyres wax. The rest
of the band is similarly wigged;
Self-Destruct is "dedicated to: V.U.,
Stooges, Seeds, Ramones, Bo Did-
dley and everyone else who knows
anger can be fun." Fortunately
though, it has none of the pop ele-
ments of P.I.L., just pure feedback,
distortion, grunge, all that other
See RECORDS, Page 8

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Classes begin in March.
Call or Visit Todav'
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Ask about medical interview fares. REGEN-
CY TRAVEL 209 S. State St. Call 665-
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EUROPE SPECIALS: Amsterdam fr. $458,
Frankfurt fr. $419, Glasgow fr. $458, London
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