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CLASSIFIED ADS
DRESS DOWN! MAKE UP! The Village
*Apothecary. 1112 South University. -

The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, April9, 1991 - Page 7
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ERIC'S SPORTS 2 blocks off State Street.
Team uniforms-shoes-UMBRO SHORTS!
HAPPILY MARRIED WHITE COUPLE
WANT TO adopt a baby to love. She's a
limited licensed psychologist. He is a
chemist. We are sensitive to the parents con-
cems about adoption and open options. Let's
talk. Call Collect 616-247-6936.

TALK LIVE
Beautiful women waiting to talk to you! 1-
900-329-0005 $2.49/min.

Law School
Admissions Seminar
Wednesday, April 10th,
7:30 PM
Anderson Rooms -
Michigan Union
Sponsored by EXCEL
Call 996-1500 for details
**TYPING & WORDPROCESSING**
fast/IBM-WP/laser/campus/Sandi/426-5217
OrRESUMESA
and cover letters by professional business
writer. Call 995-7223.
ACADEMIC RESOURCE CENTER offers
FREE Wordprocessing Lessons! Open 7 days
a week 1-5 pm. Learn how to use Microsoft
Word on a Mac or Zenith. Located in Rm.
219 Undergraduate Library. Drop in or call
764-4479 for more information.

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Classes for the June 15th GMAT begin:
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THE WORDWRIGHT
**Word processing/typing/editing.
Papers/reports/dissertation/resumes.
Laser printing. ** 662-8977.
TYPING- Resumes, cover letters, and
applications. A2 Typing, 994-5515.
TYPING. Dependable and accurate. Papers/
Reports or Dissertations. Call Robin at 475-
9656
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CAMP COUNSELORS-M/F. OUTSTAN-
DING SLIM DOWN CAMPS: Tennis,
Dance, Slimnastics, WSI, Athletics, Nutri-
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.

ARE YOU RESUME CLUELESS? Ex-
perienced resume writer will write and print'
your resume. Call 668-8927.
MICH. BOOK & SUPPLY PHOTO DEV.
overnight, processing original color prints.

CA 4f
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The 1992 MichiganEnsian is
now taking applications from
student photojournalists for
the positions of
PHOTO EDITOR
STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS
For more information, stop by
our office at 420 Maynard St.
(Student Publications Bldg.)
for a job description and
application or call 764-0561
and ask for Stephanie.
Deadline to apply is April 10.

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"HANDY PERSON" FOR HEALTH
CARE CLINIC- Student "handyperson", for
University Health Service, to put up pictures,
shelves, mirrors, hooks, fixtures, signs, etc.,
move furniture, paint, make local pick-up &
deliveries of supplies, make minor repairs to
almost anything, & other misc. duties as they
arise. Must be a U of Mstudent. Must have
experience with handtools, mechanical
aptitude, a valid drivers license, & no physi-
cal restrictions on lifting. Ability to work in-
dependently & conscientiously is a necessity.
No evening or weekend work. Position avail-
able at the present time but could start after
this current semester & exams are over. Es-
timated weekly hours are from 20-40 hours.
Position available from now until fall & pos-
sibly during fall semester. (We have some
flexibility so that hours/duration will be
worked out with selected student(s).For more
information, contact Harold Rothbart at 764-
4448.
ACHIEVE JUSTICE! Work for Mich. Citz.
Lobby, 2-10 pm, M-F. $312/wk. 663-6824.
ALASKA SUMMER EMPLOYMENT-
fisheries. Earn $5000+/mo. Free
transportation! Room and Board! Over 8000
openmgs. No experience necessary. Male or
Female. For 68-page employment manual,
send $8.95 to M&L Research, Box 84008,
Seattle, WA 98124 - Satisfaction Guaranteed.
AMBITIONS EARN $8000 - $1500 over
summer. All states full training. 10 AM - 4
PM for interview. Mr. Stevens 939-1284
ASSISTANT NEEDED TO PROVIDE
COMPUTER hardware/software technical
support. 20-40 hours/wk. Pay $7-$8 depend-
ing on experience. Great working
environment. Must be an enrolled U of M
student. Mac & DOS experience required.
Send resume to: Phil Santini/CRC/3113 SEB/
Ann Arbor, MI 48109.
ATTENTION: Excellent income for home
assembly work. 504-646-1700 Dept. P2720.
BABYSITTER Reliable, caring coed needed
Mon, Wed, late am to early aftr. for two dar-
ling pre-school sibs. Bus access. References
nec. Call 994-1125.
COOKS & COUNTER PEOPLE
Student Help Needed For NCC Snack Bar
Very Competitive Salary
Very Flexible Scheduling
Experience preferred, but not required
764-2142 or 764-8098 Darlene or Mike
EARN $300 TO $500 PER WEEK reading
books at home. Call 1-615-473-7440 Ext.
B587.
EARN $500-$1500/WK. part-time stuffing
envelopes in your home. For free
information, send a long, Self-addressed
stamped envelope to: P.O. Box 30593,
Albuquerque, NM 87190-0593.
GYMNASTICS, SWIM (W.S.I.) AND EX-
PERIENCED AEROBIC INSTRUCTORS
needed by Ann Arbor Community Education
and Recreation. $6+/hr. apply immediately at
2800 Stone School Road. 994-2300 ext. 233.
HELP WANTED to demolish a bathroom.
Saturday & Sunday, April 13 & 14. 995-
2494
IN-SHAPE GUY WITH DECENT MUS-
CULAR DEFINITION and strong, well-
developed legs required for part-time job as
life-drawing subject by established
draughtsprson. Spring-summer terms. $9/hr.
No tireduptight ultrastraight macho boy-
creeps, please. 995-4767 leave message.
KATHERINE'S CATERING AT
DOMINO'S FARMS interviewing
motivated, energetic day catering + dining
rm. staff, eve. supervisors + prep cooks.
Great hrs. and fun environment. Call Sue
995-4270.
McDonald's
Now hiring. Competitive wages based on
exp. and availibiity. Advancement opp.
Apply in person. 337 Maynard & S. U. All
shifts avail.
NEEDED 1 OR 2 STUDENTS to work in
Chemical Engineering Laboratory for Spring"
and/or Summer terms. MUST HAVE WORK
STUDY. Call Ray or Ravi 764-4313.
PART TIME OFFICE ASSISTANT:
Interestingjob, nice environment. Small, local
design/fabricationofirm. 12-16 hrs./wk.
Reqirements: 2 or more yrs previous work or
volunteer exp., high school diploma,some
phone, typing, computer, basic math skills.
eliable transportation. Min.18 yrs. old. No
smoking. Start @ May 1.Call Julie Ritter
665-0717 12-5 pm.
RESEARCH ASST., Dept. of Psychiatry.
Must have own car and be willing to work
independently. 30/40 hrs/wk. $6.00/hr. Start-
ing May 1st for at least 1 yr. Ideal for recent
graduate in the Social Sciences. Please call
763-2544 and leave message.
RUN YOUR OWN BUSINESS Earn up to
$10,000 installing Toro Automatic Inground
Lawn Sprinklers. The ideal summer manage-
ment opp. Regional territories avail.
throughout Michigan. For more info call Stu-
dent Sprinklers @ (313) 665-5390.
SUBJECTS NEEDED: MALE NATIVE
ENGLISH speaker with normal vision. In a
reaction time experiment. Call 936-2056 or
763-8338.

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.
TEACHING ASST. FOR KINDERGAR.
TEN and pre-kindergarten wanted for Sept.
91- June 92. Full- & part-time possible.
Knowledge of Hebrew and Judaica preferred.
Send resume to Hebrew Day School, 2937
Birch Hollow, Ann Arbor, Mi. 48108.
Daily Classifieds-
they work! J

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
IS NOW HIRING!!!
The Classified Department is now hiring
Assistant Account Executives for next year's
Fall and Winter terms. Applications are being
accepted at 420 Maynard in the Student
Publications Building. Application deadline
is 5:00 April 15. Any questions? Call 764-
0557.
BUINES SEVICESx I
MACINTOSH REPAIR (SE/PLUS).
Memory Upgrades. Inexpensive. Call Dan
665-8122.
--G PLAC -- -
$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 Irene or Kim.
$129 or $189 ANYWHERE IN THE USA
ON CONTINENTAL AIRLINES! Bring
your AMEX CARD and Continental
VOUCHER. REGENCY TRAVEL 209 S.
State St. Call 665-6122, ask for Irene or Kim.
BAHAMA BLOWOUT Luxury liner cruise
from Florida to Freeport + 5 days, 4 nights
hotel. $339/per couple. No gimmicks. (Port
taxes included). 404-960-8370.
EUROPE SPECIALS: Amsterdam fr. $558,
London $528, Paris fr. $698, Frankfurt fr.
$528. For details call REGENCY TRAVEL
209 S. State 665-6122. Ask for Dan.
ONE WAY TICKET Detroit-San Francisco,
May 4, very cheap. Call 663-0670.
ORIENT SPECIALS: Bangkok fr. $1120,
Hong Kong fr. $955, Singapore fr. $1158,
Taipei fr. $933, Seoul fr. $973, Tokyo fr.
$898 REGENCY TRAVEL 209 S. State
665-6122. Ask for Dan
STUDENT TRAVEL BREAKS AT
STAMOS TRAVEL
For best European/Greece airfares. We're at
Kerrytown Mall. Call us 663-4400.
WINTER BLUES? Get away to Traverse
City. 2 night, 3 day packages starting at $100.
Incl. cute, cozy, romantic log cabin lodging
(sleeps 2-6), outdoor spa, boats, canoes and
more. (616) 276-9502.
.. . . . . . ....
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO 302 E.
Liberty. 665-8001. Lessons, repair, music.
HAVE~ ICKETS. --
HAVE EXTRA GRADUATIONS
TICKETS? I need them. Call Susan at 747-
6931. 0030
ONE WAY TICKET DET. TO WASH.
D.C. May 5 non-stop, $90 or best offer. 998-
0897
ABSOLUTE TOP DOLLAR FOR LSA
GRAD TKT.HELPI MY GRANDMA is
flying in from FL for graduation--Call Steve
996-9151.

AIRLINE TICKET DETROIT TO
NEWARK NJ May 2nd, male passenger
$100. 761-7035.
LSA GRADUATION TICKETS NEEDED
I will pay $$$. Please Call Jill 930-6053.
WANTED: 1 LSA Graduation Ticket. Will
pay $$. Call Melissa 998-0207.
PLANE TICKET: DETROIT TO K.C. thru
Chicago. May 2 will sell part or all. Under
$50 763-1641 or message 763-1642.
GRADUATION TICKETS WANTED! I
need 3. Will pay $$$$. Call Chris at 996-
8050.
SEASON TICKETS WANTED Student
and Alumni. Will pay for order now plus
bonus upon delivery. Details: 998-1459.
. ANNOUNCEMENTS...
FAST FUND-RAISING PROGRAM
$1000 in just one week. Earn up to $1000 for
your campus organization. Plus a chance at
$5000 more! This program works! No
investment needed. Call 1-800--932-0528,
ext. 50.
HEADING FOR EUROPE THIS
SUMMER? Jet there with AIRHITCH(r) for
$229 from the Midwest, $160 from the East
Coast. (As reported in NY Times & Let's
Go!) AIRHITCH(r) 212-864-2000.

I OR 2 PEOPLE NEEDED to room in 5
bdrm. on S. Forest Ct.-1/2 blck. from
campus. Good rent-Please call soon. 764
4918.
4th FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted to
share apt. for fall on S.Forest. Call 663-4425.-
GRADUATING? MOVING TO
DETROIT AREA? Female roommate wan-
ted to share home in Harper Woods with U-
M Grad. $200/mo.+1/2 util. Call Jean at 886-
3125.
NEEDED: 4th roommate for apt. near Law
School. Sept-Sept. $200/mo. 764-3764.
NON-SMOKING GRAD. STUDENT to
share 2 bdrm. apartment. $330/month. Call
995-8603.
ROOMMATE FOR 2 ROOM APT. near C.
campus. Call Steve at 764-7992 for details.
SINGLEeRMS. AVAIL. .N SPACIOUS
HSE. Great location, Indry., prkg., 2.5 baths.
$280-tutil. Sept.-Sept. Lisa:668-1482.
IBM CLONE LAPTOP-many extra
programs & mouse. Must sell. $650 neg.
998-1328.

Student Book Exchange
Volunteers
Mass Meeting
7 pm Wed. Apr. 10
Union - Rm. 2203
-Get ready for Fall book rush

ATTENTION=
As of March 26, 1991
will NOT accept
personal checks for
ddvertisements.

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"We have found.The Michigan Daily
to be a very effective source
for advertising our unique
business to the students at U
of M. We have received
wonderful response and we
are appreciative of the
support and enthusiasm from
the staff of the Daily.
B eth H oC k xunan .
General Manager
The Oasis.......

MICHILGANENSLAN
all campus yearbook
The 1992 MichiganEnsian is
now taking applications for
SECTION EDITORS
For more information stop by
our office at 420 Maynard St.
for a job description and
application or call 764-0561
and ask for Stephanie.
Deadline to apply is April 10.

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761-8842.
__TERM PAPERS, THESIS, dissertations,
resumes. All Mac equipment, Laser printing.
Call 971-9320.

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PENNSYLVANIA. 6/21-8/20/91. Specialty
and cabin counselors for sports, water, fine
arts, tennis, gymnastics, aerobics, nature/
camping, video, guitar, photography, self-
defense, and general. Other positions, on-
campus interviews, Wednesday, April 17th,
11 am- 6 pm in the Crofoot Room of The
Michigan Union. Call 516/889-3217 or write
12 Allevard, Lido Beach, NY, 11561. Include
your school phone number.

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Best of Ann Arbor Ballot '91 '
Please return soon to the Michigan Daily at 420 Maynard, 48109. Or, give the ballot to someone you know who works here.
Results will be rinted in the April 19 Best of Ann Arbor issue of Weekend. Thank you for your time.
Best Restaurants/Bars for... VCR rental Dorm (and worst)
Burger Liquor selection Ugliest building
' French Fries Photocopying Bathroom (and worst)
Onion rings Sporting goods Lecture Hall (and worst)
Pizza Collectibles Worst roommate
Hot dogs Groceries I,
Fried chicken Greeting cards Best (and worst) Entertainment
Cheap beer Florist Local bandI
Hard liquor Environmental Soundness Dancing spot
Ice cream/Frozen yogurt Shop-lifting Concert in past year (and worst)
Coffee Discount store Radio station (and worst)
Hot chocolate Lingerie Place to go when in an altered state
Hot wings Magazines
Steak Michigan items (sweats, mugs, etc.) Best (and worst) Dating Stuff
Chipati Posters Pick-up spot (and worst)
Sandwiches Pick-up line (and worst)
Subs Best (and Worst) of the University Rejection line
Italian food Professor (and worst) Place for first date
Middle Eastern food Course (and worst) Place for secret rendezvous
Chinese food Blow-off course Place for going all the way
Korean food . Sports team Idea for unusual date
Mexican food Michigan athlete Condom brand and style
Deli Library "Date movie" (and worst)
Greasy spoon Place to study Way of getting boyfriend to dance
Breakfast Place to work out _
Lunch Best campus tradition Thing not to say to his/her parents
Late-night munchies Regent (and worst)
'Caf6 Cause/ssue/movement (and worst) Best (and worst) of the Rest'
Delivery Activist group (and worst) Excuse for a late paper I
Place for the folks to take you Protest slogan (and worst) Excuse for cutting class
Dorm cafeteria (and worst) MSA member (and worst) Fad (and worst)
Best Overall Restaurant Reason why Corey Dolgon quit MSA Slang (and worst)

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business-minded freshmen and sophomores to
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