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ALASKAN JOBS: Earn upto $1200 a week
working summers in Alaska. For summer in-
tensive industry company listings send $9.95
check or M.O. to Alaskan Jobs PO Box
211614 Anchorage, AK 99521.
APARTMENT MANAGER - Looking for
mature, responsible person to manage a stu-
dent complex. Must live on site, Send resume
PO Box 7072 Ann Arbor, MI 48107.
BE ON ''.V. Many needed for commercials.
Now hiring all ages. For casting info. call
(615) 779-7111 Ext. T-157.
CAMP COUNSELORS-M/F. OUTSTAN-
DING SLIM DOWN CAMPS: Tennis.,
Dance, Slimnastics, WSI, Athletics, Nuti-
tion/Dietetics. Age 20+. 7 weeks. CAMP
CAMELOT ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES,
MASS., PA., CALIF. Contact: Michele
Friedman 947 Hewlett Dr., N. Woodmere,
NY 11581, 1-800-421-4321.
EARN $300 TO $500 PER WEEK reading
its at home. Call 1-615-473-7440 Ext.
587.
EARN $8000 TO 15000 during summer vac.
Mr. Stevens 313-939-1284.
EARN WHILE YOU LEARN. Challenging
job for honest, reliable, strong woman assist-
ing disabled professional woman with meals,
personal care, some driving. Evening hours
&.weekends. Near central campus-. Call even-
ings 662-2734.
ENGINEER
JAPANESE SPEAKER
Degreed mechanical or electrical engineer.
try-level position. Send. resume to PCS
roup, 29777 Telegraph, Suite 2500,
outhfield Mi. 48034 or Fax 264-9728.
FORMAL WEAR CONSULTANT Part-
time sales. Flexible hours. Apply in person at
Sempliners Tuxedo World 893 W.
Eisenhower.
GREAT FUN, great experience, great
salariesl Cabin counselors & specialists for
excellent PA ovemight children's camp lo-
cated 35 mi. north of Phila. Locally, call
Campus Rep. Dana @ 769-0522 or call
Camp Office @ 1-800-543-9830.
INTERESTED IN $1000 EXTRA PER
WEEK for stuffing evelopes? Send SASE to
and W Publishing P.O. Box 92 7067, San
Diego, CA 92192.
LOOKING FOR SUMMER or full time
pos. in a Dow Jones Co. 668-1849.
LUNCH & RECESS SUPERVISORS.
Ideal for people who like children ages 3-11.
11-1 pm daily. 15 minute drive from campus.
Call 747-7422.

HELP WANT ::..
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.
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.
PERSON TO GROOM HORSES, clean
tack, set jumps, for riding privileges. 663-
8435
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, 5'10" 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.
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
crews.Send stamp for free details. Sullivan's.
113 E.Wyoming, Kalispell, MT 59901.
Summer Job Imnerviews
Average earnoigs:
$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.
TENNIS, TRACK, AEROBICS, SWIM
INSTRUCTORS AND LIFEGUARDS
needed by Community Education and recrea-
tion for spring and summer sessions. Flexible
hours. $6.00 + per hour. Applicants should
be dependable and enthusiastic. Apply im-
mediately - 2800 Stone School Rd. or call
994-2300 ext. 233. E.O.E.
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 or write:
Shady Trails Camp, 1111 East Catherine,
Ann Arbor, Mi. 48109. EOE/AA.
TIMBER LAKE CAMPS located in NY's
Catskill Mountains seek General Counselors,
Athletic Instructors, and WSI's. On-campus
interviews. Top salaries/TRAV EL
ALLOWANCE. 800-828-CAMP (9-4:30
wkdys.)
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.

U OFMCCAERING & NORTH
CAMPUS COMMONS
Waitstaff & Cafeteria Help Needed
*Lunch Shifts*
Excellent Salary Offered
No Experience Necessary
936-3671
Ask for Dave or Mike
EOE
UM DEPT. OF REC SPORTS
(OUTDOOR REC)-
Sp/Su Trip leaders needed for climbing, cam-
ing & rafting trips. Free training provided,
including an introduction to the roes course.
Applications accepted thru March 21st. Call
763-4560 or stop by the N. Campus Rec
Bldg.
UM DEPT. OF REC SPORTS
(OUTDOOR REC) -
Sp/Su Equipment Managers needed to work
at the NCRB in the Outdoor Recreation
Center. Up to 18 hrs./wk. available. Pay starts
at $4.60/hr. Must be available to work May 8
- Aug. 23. Preference given to those with
some knowledge/experience in camp. equip.
& maintenance. Call 763-4560 or stop by the
NCRB to get an application.
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.
BU SINESS SERVICES
RESEARCH SERVICES.
Proposal Development * Research/Survey
Design " Phone/Mail Data Collection "
Data Entry 0 Data Analysis (MIDAS,
OSIRIS, SPSS, SAS) 0 Database
development.
Information Transfer Systems
994-0003
SPRING BREAK, Christmas,
and summer travel FREE!
Air couriers needed and cruiseship jobs.
Call (805)682-7555, ExL F-1379
I
$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.
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.
NEEDED: 2 ONE-WAY airline tkts. to
SanFrancisco area @ March 19-21 OR a car
to drop off. Call 747-1099 days or 747-6973.
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.
SPRING BREAK GETAWAY! Affordable
log-cabin 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.
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Lessons-intro. special:
Pay for 4, get 5. Tune-up special.
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GRATEFUL DEAD TIX FOR TRADE
have 2 for 3/27-New York need 2 for 3/28
998-0936.
WANTED-GRADUATION TICKETS for
LSA. If anyone has extra tickets-please call
Michele at 996-3390. Will pay for them.

TICKETS
*E3ESTSG CONCERT TIXENEE
EMAIN FLOOR March 14th. 995-5034.0
ATTENTION CORNELL ALUMNI! Join
us for St. Patrick's Day Zinck's Night on
Saturday, March 16 7:00 PM at Dominick's,
$1 cover.

SPRING
Continued from page 5
this vagabond has yet heard, Rock
92.3 FM - ten songs in a row,
without interruption except to say,
"This is Rock 92.3."
Imagine: Lynyrd Skynyrd,
Steve Miller, John Cougar (before
and after Mellencamp), Paul Mc-
Cartney, Aerosmith (before Steve
Tyler became a wimp), David
Bowie (before, after, and during
the make up), Bad Company, the
Band, Pink Floyd, and Pat Be-
natar, together in one incredibly

orgasmic rock block. All the songs
are great, so you don't even have
to fiddle with the scan button be-
tween cheesy tracks. Elton John
seemed to be the most frequently
played artist on the radio among
all the states we toured. By the
way, I know of a couple of nomads
who would be very grateful for the
lyrics to "Rocket Man."
One final note: if during your
travels down South you stop some-
where to ask a police officer for di-
rections and he tells you to go left
at Rahway, make sure he doesn't
mean Broadway.

" w, a dmnt cmdans
Mike Deguzman
Matt Price
for more information
dial 763-1107
HEADING FOR EUROPE THIS
SUMMER? Jet there with AIRHITCH(r) for
$229 from the Midwest, $160 from the East
Coast. (As re ported in NY Times & Let's
Go!) AIRHITCH(r) 212-864-2000.
FAST FUND-RAISING PROGRAM
$1000 in just one week. Earn up to $1000 for
your campus organization. Plus a chance at
$5000 morel This program works! No
investment needed. Call 1-800--932-0528,
ext. 50.
CRAIG SHERGOLD has a brain tumor and
has very little time to live. His wish is to have
an entry in the Guiness Book of World
Records for the most "Get Well Wishes"
received. Please send a card to Craig Sher-
gold at: c/o Children's Wish Foundation,
3200 Perimeter Ctr. E., Suite 100, Atlanta
GA 30346. THANKS!
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.
ROOMMATES
2 MALE ROOMMATES NEEDED to
share bdrm. in a large 2 bdrm. apt. for fall on
S. Forest. Call Andy 761-4907.
FEMALE CHRISTIAN ROOMATE(S)
wanted to find /share residence near central
campus with same. Fall term '91. 761-5352.
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.
ROOMMATE PLEASE!! share 2 bdrm
with 3 guys. $230/mo. thru semester or
August. Call Craig 998-1136.
COM...T...S..
MACINTOSH COMPUTER PROGRAM-
MER needed to work on custom program.
Kim 764-8850.
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WEEKEND
Continued from page 5
Byrne and Kimberly Herlick, the
group's producer and director. Their
polish and clever costuming,
combined with creative manipulation
of wooden chairs, made a convincing
argument for armchair athletics. In
the final performance, entitled
"Baggage," the dancers moved around
enclosed in brightly colored bags.
The segment, which was the high-
light of the show, was hysterically
funny and quite ingenious.
Fittingly, the show's weakest
aspects were the intervals between

dance numbers. In an effort to
compensate for the time needed to
make costume changes, amateurish
emcee James Byrne performed una-
musing jokes. The audience was
subjected to a reading of Dr. Seuss'
Green Eggs and Ham, as well as a
discussion on various types of paper
and plastic bags. Through poetry
reading and some minor acting and
jesting, the dancers also helped to
ease the transition from one dance
number to another. However, the en-
ergetic and highly-professional dance
performances usually compensated
for the tedious interruptions.
- Robin Kitzes

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FORUMS ON THE EXPERIENCE OF
WOMEN STUDENTS
What is it like to be a woman student at the U of M?
Share your stories with the President's Advisory Commission on
Women's Issues!
-Help make a difference for women at the University!
Times and locations of the forums are:
undergraduates:
March 14,7:00-9:00 p.m., Angell Hall Auditorium C
graduate students:
March 21, 3:30-5:30 p.m., Lecture Room 2, Modern Languages Building
law students:
March 12, 4:00-6:00 p.m., Room 220, Hutchins
graduate and professional students in the health care professions:
March 27, 12:00-1:00, South Lecture Hall, Med Sci II
North Campus (all students):
March 19, 3:30-5:30 p.m., Lee Iacocca Auditorium,
Room 1504 Herbert Dow-G. G. Brown connector
The purpose of the forums is to help the Commission advise the University about
how to make the experience of women students at Michigan as positive as possible.
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