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DAILY LINE CONTRACT
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Office space for' rent on campus location. Inexpen-
sive. Ideal location for student groups or faculty
research. For information call 662-5189 between 1
and 4 p.m. 03F930
Jewish Grad Students. Informal Discussion on In-
termarriage, 8:00 pm at Hillel, Tues. Sept. 26, 1429
Hill St. For information, 663-3336. cF926
Enzyme seeks female enzyme precursor interested
in participating as equal in Krebs cycle. Call 1-576-
4678. 44F929
LAST CALL for league bowling. Sign up now, Union
Lanes. Women's mixed & Men's, 60t game. Lanes
open 10 a.m. Mon--Fri. Ip.m. Sat. & Sun.
cF928
Teenybopper heartthrob Dick Clark will tell you that
his fraternity is Delta Kappa Epsilon. 98F926
Silverdome architect Carl Lukenbach is a Michigan
DKE. 97F926
INTERESTED in a Kosher meat-coop? We have one-
call Hillel for information, 663-3336. cF927

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REWARD
y Kerr Dental Motor and handpiece are found
it 8" long w/black and white ident. tape name
aved on it call 761-6616 anytime or 668-8240 after
n. 06A103
T-FEMALE NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND,
k & gray, curly tail,'$50 reward. 973-1752 after.
n. 00A1001

Available for
Immediate Occupancy
Furnished, modern 2-bedroom apartments near
Packard and E. Madison. Newly decorated with
large bedroom. $330 per mo. with 12 mos. lease;
or $390 with 8 mo. lease. Call McKinley at 769-
8520 for more information or appointment.
26C1006.
ONE ROOM in three bedroom house, male. Good
location. Call 662-8863. 68C929
SPACIOUS 2 bedroom apartment on campus, newly
decorated and carpeted. Ideal for 2 to 4 persons,
immediate occupancy. Campus Rental, 665-8825.
33C926
HOUSING FOR WOMEN
in co-ed student co-ops. Meet new people, share
work, meals, savings. Intercooperative Council,
4002 Michigan Inian. 662-4414. 62C929

ERWIN FARMS
PICK YOUR OWN APPLES
Open 7 days, starting Sept. 15, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
McIntosh, now, $4.50/bushel, $2.50// Red Delicious,
starting Sept. 29; Golden Delicious, Northern Spys,
Ida Reds, starting Oct. 6. 58354 Pontiac Trail, New
'Hudson. Follow Pontiac Trail 4 miles past South
Lyon, on left. 437-0191. cF930
Tired of intellectuals? Want to date a man with his
feet on the soil? Dave Hoover 662-1553 before 9 am, or
evenings (corrected Phone number). dF928
DEPOSED PRINCE of Persia seeks woman to help
me regain throne. Call 1-576-4678. 39F927
CATHOLIC PRIEST seeks woman of God willing
te be discreet. Must be sincere. Call 1-576-4678.
41F926
MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cFtc
NEED COPIES?
THE WORDPROCESSOR. We do copying,
typing, binding and printing. Ask about our;10%
discount cards for students and faculty.
2115. STATE STREET 662-3969
7 days

NEEDED-Waiterperson 11 am-2 pm Mon.-Fri. Kit-
chen help evenings daily 5-12 pm. Will train for both.
Call Frank-Mary's Fabulous Chicken and Fish. E.
Huron St. 663-5151, 439-1934. 93H930
Willoughby Wanty shoeperson for parttime. Shoe or
retail experience helpful, not necessary. 662-5702 or
stop by 210 S. Main. 89H926
$5.00/HOUR
Need individuals who can canvas between 10-20
hours per week. (24 hour phone) 995-5665. 25H930
Kitchen help wanted. Alpha Tau Omega 1415
Cambridge 665-2605 or 761-1345. 91H927
CONSUMER ACTIVISTS
MICHIGAN CITIZENS LOBBY is looking for
energetic and committed people for fundraising for
consumer education. Work involves extensive
interpersonal contact. Full time and part time
salaried positions. Call Michigan Citizens Lobby at
663-6824 between 12 and 2. 90H927
TUTOR, MATH 404; differential equationssand
application. $5 per hour. 662-1334 Monday, Tuesday.
69H926
MODELS-Female part time for Saks Fifth Avenue
campus store. Runway experience preferred, hours
flexible. Leonora Seid, 665-6531 during business
hours. 65H926
PART-TIME TYPIST and clerical, must be excel-
lent typist, good pay, educational organization on
Campus. Call 662-5575, M-F, 9-5. 77H926
Hospital Sitters Needed
Half Shift, Any Day, Good Pay
Kelly Home Care
2500Packard Rd., Suite 201 A
Ann Arbor 973-9010
p14H928
EARLY MORNING SUPERVISORS AND
ASSISTANTS are needed to coordinate program
and supervise school age children at selected ele-
mentary schools in Ann Arbor. One and 1 hours
each morning at rates of $4.25 and $5.55 per hour.
Persons interested and experienced in working with
children are asked to call 994-2328. 28H927
PAINTERS AND DRYWALLERS needed full and
part-time. Pay according to experience and/or
skill. Call 971-5407 for interview. 16H927

Ruth Gladstone-769-2931

PROFESSIONAL TYPING
THE WORDPROCESSORS. We handle
dissertations, manuscripts, resumes, legal andi
term papers. Rackham quality guaranteed. Alsc.
copying, printing and binding.
1202S. UNIVERSITY 662-6401
7 days
2115. STATE STREET 662-3969
cJtc
TUTORING IN ENGLISH as a foreign language.
E.L.I.-trained teacher. Call 663-9644 evenings.
13J927
AVON CALLING
Personal service, Avon products. Call Judy, 665-
3270, evenings. 71J927
THE SECRETARIAT
DISSERTATION & MANUSCRIPT
Typing, Copying & Binding
812 South State Street
994-3594 9-4 Mon.-Sat.
cJtc
IMPROVE YOUR GRADES! Send $1.00 for your
256-page, mail order catalog of Collegiate Research.
10,250 topics listed. Box 25907-B, Los Angeles, C.,
90025 (213) 477-8226. - 0J1128,

pcJtc

Rita Mae Brown, author of rUBYFrUIT JUNGLE,
will speak on "Women and Success: The Double
Edged Sword" Saturday, October 14, 1978 at 8:30 pm
at Grand Valley State College (located 15 miles west
of Grand Rapids.) Tickets available at School Kids
Records on E. Liberty Street for $3.50. p73Q1006
WANTED-UM-MSU TICKETS ANY SECTION.
Price negotiable. Call 995-4595, anytime. dQ930
WANTED-Any MSU-UM football tickets. Call
973-9794 anytime. 4692

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Pizza Delivery Drivers
Must be 18, no car necessary, 10 to 30 hrs./week.
Apply in person only after 4:30 p.m. Omega Pizza,
101 Washtenaw Place, across from Couzens Hall.
38H1003
WAITRESS-WAITER or Dishwasher. Part-time
Curtis Restaurant, 207.S. Main. 43H926
COLLEGE STUDENT wanted to assist handicapped
man and help wi'th inside and outside house tasks.
Will trade for room, board and loving family. Call
995-8855. 96H927
TEMPORARY HANDYPERSON for apartment
complex needed. Painting skills essential. Call
665-9541. evenings. 92H926

for the final quality
of the manuscript

USED IBANEZ LES PAUL. uall Larry, 761-9431.
pcXtc

,C1EST, MATTRESSES, COUCHES,
1S, REFRIGERATORS, STOVES, AND
much more. 10,000 square feet of good used
re and appliances. Drive 30 miles to Jackson
ye at Cash 'n Carry Used Furniture and Ap-
s, 817 E. Michigan Avenue, Jackson. 22B1001
'ABLE, family size, brand new, no legs,
ves. $85. Call 665-5683. 56B929
EO, SANSUI, Teac, Audio-Phase, Pioneer,
Linear, unreal sound. Student must sell.
64-1097. 72B928
REFRIGERATOR, good condition, $25. 769-
cB923
N'S LEATHER JACKET, rust-colored, hip
size 7. Price negotiable. 663-8150. 14B927
S 3-SPEED ARMSTRONG, $40; Women's
I Schwinn, $50; Women's 3-speed Schwinn,
-3048. 46B927
ELECTRIC I typewriter. Excellent conditio".
-riage, 12-pitch. Call Allen, 994-0061. 12B9f

1202 S. UNIVERSITY

662-6401
cFtc

MINOLTA SRT-101 camera body. Recent complete
overhaul. Split-image screen. $95. 668-1929, David.

CO-OP MEALS
Meal contracts available North and Central Campus:
locations. Share meals and work; laundry and other
privileges included. Intercoooerative Council, 4002
Michigan Union, 662-4414. 17E927
SINGLE ROOM AND BOARD at fraternity, 1415

SHY, HANDSOME, semi-athletic, intermittent
smoker, 25, wants to meet unpretentious woman.
Interests include: Walker Percy, Thomas Wolfe,
Physics, Gustav Mahler, Bela Bartok, Beethoven,
Keith Jarrett, Pat Metheny, Tim Buckley, Nick
Drake, Leonard Cohen, Tennis, and Sherlock
Holmes. If you would like to meet me for dinner
call 1-576-4678 or write Box 266, Royal Oak, Mich.
48068. You have nothing to lose. I'll even play
tennis if I have to. 62F929
DREAMS WORKSHGP - Gestalt, Senoi, Psycho-
drama. Sept. 29-Oct. 1. Bob and Margaret Blood,
769-0046. 97F928

Roommate waneu for beuroom nouse $0 mu. pus
tilities 10/1/78 through 6/30/79, 323 Braun Ct, Far-
rers Market Area, 995-1706. 01C928
'emale housemate wanted; non-smoker. Now to
an. 1. Call 6686875 or 665-9388, leave message.
05C103
Iffice space for rent. On campus location. Inexpen-
ive. Ideal for student groups or faculty research.
'or information call 662-5189 between l and 4 p.m.
02C930
PACE IN FEMALE East Quad apartment avail-
tl1e. $150/month. All utilities paid. Call 763-2890.
49C926
)NE BEDROOM/$100, 4 or 8 month lease' in com-
ortable house, campus. 663-1037. 32C927

OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK-769-0560
1217S. University

GAY MALE Coming out groups. For men beginning
to deal with their gayness. Meeting once a week for
three hours for about eight weeks. Call 995-9292.
p35F926
Shy librarian; your letter was interesting. I want to
meet you very much. I will be out of town until Wed..
9-27-78. If at all possible please call me (collect) upon
my return. I will be waiting. 1-576-4678. S.H. 75F929
UNAPPRECIATED megalomaniac seeks admirers.
Call 1-576-4678. 42F927

Work Study
The Great Britain Study needs you-to read 19th
century newspaper code and enter data in MTS.
You must have Work Study Financial Aid to apply.
Call Debbie McKesson/R. A. Schweitzer, 764-7487.
48H927
MONEY CRUNCH GOT YOU DOWN? Will pay
commission dollars to ambitious creative types for
representing Michigan's largest advertising spe-
cialty company. Work own hours. Personal inter-
views only, please, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-
Wednesday, September 25th through September
27th, 1978 at Wallaby, Inc., 2200 S. Industrial High-
way, Ann Arbor. 97H927
COUNTERMAN-MANAGER
Toledo, Ohio area auto dismantler
Ambitious worker to fill responsibile Management
position. Automobile background helpful. Will
train, salary open, many fringes. Resume must
include references, job background, desired salary.
P.O. Box 645, Toledo, Ohio 43694. 04H928
BOUNCER-Apply in person after 8 p.m. Second
Chance, 516 E. Liberty. 03H927
FIRST HAND ARTS management experience.
Creative and conscientious people needed for
newsletter and advertising workstudy positions with
the University of Michigan Artists and Craftsman
Guild. Call763-4430. 07H901
THREE EXPERIENCED full-time maintenance
personnel. Must have own tools and transportation.
Must be familiar with all phases of heating, plumb-
ing, electrical. Starting salary $4-$4.50/hour. Apply
at McKinley Associates, 611 Church, 769-8520, Ext.
41. 61H1006
PART-TIME HELP WANTED. Apply in person
between 4 and 6. Beer Vault, 303 N. Fifth. 54H926
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN'S SURVEY
RESEARCH CENTER is presently adding to the
staff of professional interviewers who conduct
on-going telephone research projects. Candidates
should be available to work at least 20 hours per
week, and willing to work evenings'and weekends..
No interviewing experience necessary. We will
train. Pay starts at $3.35 per hour. Interested persons
should attend one of the two informational meetings
to be held in room 6050, Institute for Social Re-
search, 428 Thompson St., Ann Arbor. Meetings will
be held on Tuesday, September 26,1 at 6 p.m., and
Wednesday, September27, at 1 p.m.
A Non-discriminatry, Affirmative. Action Employer
72H927
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES for responsible,
hardworking students are available with The Mich-
igan Daily. Monetary 'compensation is small, but
the experience is invaluable. Applications are now
being taken for business staff positions in adver-
tising and finance. Apply in person, The Michigan
Daily, 420 Maynard. dHtc

FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED-Student prefer-
red. Must be neat and mature. Own room in two-
bedroom apartment. North Campus location. Call
Lynn persistently. 662-1774. 62Y926

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe

Duties to perform will be switchboard operator and
greeting customers. Hours will be 2 pm-7 pm,
Monday through Friday. The salary will be $3.50/hr
with Full benefits. If interested contact ADP
Network Service, 175 Jackson Plaza, 769-6800 Ext.
654. 82H1005
Secretary
Sales/Marketing
Prestigious Ann Arbor firm is seeking a highly
skilled person to work in fast paced dynamic
position. Responsibility, details, follow-up, tracking
down and everything in between will be some of the
variety of this job. Promotions, raises, excellent
benefits and beautiful offices are also part of this
position. For more information call Nancy Crisp at
994-3091 (SU37).
SU

ACROSS
1 Go: Lat.
5 Oodles
10 Government
service
14 Out, in baseball
15 Astronaut's
concern
16 Thereabouts
17 Prepares
19 Western pact
20 Song of a sort
Abbr.
21 Had a bite
22 Kind of haircut:
Slang
24 Expressive
gesture
26 Singer Snow
28 Campus figure
30 Per ardua ad -

d 1978 LsAngeles Times yadicat
47 Cow
48 Wrinkled
50 Angel
52 Drink deeply
56 Frenzied
59 Trifle (with)
61 - of the land
62 De--
63 Candleholders
66 Bargain sale
warning
67 Hole-
68 Hat material
69 Novel heroine,
70 Accomplishments
71 G-men
DOWN
1 Movie stars of the
good old days
2 Afloat
3 Capital of Senegal
4 Scrutinize
5 Character
6 Advancing slowly
7 Arab garment -
8 Served: Colloq.
9 Manner
10 French
philosopher
11 Smell-
12 Words in a ratio

13 Aerobatic
maneuver
18 Wise
23 Rhyme scheme
25 Futility
27 Took refuge
29 Uncluttered
31 Revolution
32 - of beef
33 Aide: Abbr.
34 Star in Draco
35 Strange: Prefix
36 Fellows
38 - War
41 "- Day"
44 Negative, Slavic
style
48 Wisconsin city
49 Surface measure:
Abbr.
51 Inflexible
53 Thoroughfare: Fr.
54 Make a base-
ball play
55 Suffixes with
slug and gab
56 Apartment
57 Dodge
58 Certain line
60 Certain persons
64 Caviar
65 Inoperative.

SECRETARIES UNLIMITED
320 N. Main
Ann Arbor, MI. 48104
An Employment Agency
80H927
Free food for one half hour of your time. Sigma Nu
761-3127. 85H929
Wanted, male or female student to stay in home with
elderly lady close to campus. Free room and board
and $100/month salary. Call 474-4205 after 6 p.m.
87H830
Custodian-Part-time, Live-in for campus religious
foundation, 1 bedroom apartment provided plus
salary starting at $250/month. Phone 663-3336
weekdays. cH927

Leukemnia.
Itsno longer
death sentence.

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RESEARCH BIOCHEMIST. Recent Ph.D. or M.S.
with experience. Enzymology, subcellar organelles,
electrophoresis. $10,000-12,000. Available now. 763-
5546. 55H926

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PART-TIME EXPERIENCED party barten-
der/manager needed for arranging and serving par-
ties of 25-500 people. Duties will include inventory
and ordering of bar supplies, recruiting, training and
scheduling of bartenders, setting up, serving and
supervision of bars. 'Irregular hours, primarily
evening-$8/hour. Send resume' to Box No. 1. 09H928
Wanted: People who enjoy taking pictures. $4-
$10/hr. No professional experience required. Must
own 35mm camera. Call Skip 434-9218. 67H929
Part-time temporary Laborer, $3.00/hr, 995-0715.
07H930
ORGANIST WANTED: Auditions on Oct. 11, 8:00 pm
at Northside Community Church. 761-6145. 99H1008
PHOTO FINISHING. Two positions, full time, we
will train. No calls, Sun. Photo, 3180 Packard. Join
our rapidly growing firm. 98H930
WORK study position-Engineer/CCS/Social Science
Major for data collection and analysis in Medical
School Knowledge of MTS helpful but not necessary.
Contact Alan Hull, 763-1153. 09H930
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
SL EO BIAIA L A 0A S H

EAT FREE with Delta Sigma Delta Dental F'rat,
Hill at Washtenaw. Lunch, dinner kitchen help
needed Monday-Friday. 761-6616; evenings. 64H927
R.N.'
L.P.N.'s
Full and part-time positions are available in this
acute care hospital affiliated with the University
of Michigan Medical Center
-Full Civil Service benefits
-Liberal paid vacation (R.N.'s 5 weeks annually)
-13 paid sick days annually,
-Comprehensive health and life
insurance programs
--Liberal retirement plan
-Current license from any state acceptable
Starting Salary: R.N.'s-$12,986 to $18,258
L.P.N.'s-$9,514 to $10,623
For interview please contact:
Mrs. Diana Quinn
VA Hospital, Ann Arbor, MI
(313) 769;7100, Ext. 232
An Equal Opportunity Employer
cH1013

When you were young, no form of
cancer terrified your parents more than
leukemia did.
Just fifteen years ago, a child with
leukemia could expect to live only months.
But, thanks to research, things have
changed.
Children who once lived months are
now living years. Many of them are grow-
ing up. Some are already adults, living
normal lives.
Did you ever wonder what the
American Cancer Society did with the
money you gave us? Well, some of it went
to leukemia research. And, if we had more
we could do more. Give to the American

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SALESPERSON-Part-time in the largest computer
store in the country. Responsible for phone and
counter sales. Exposure to computers, sales, or
terminals required. Immediate opening.
If you want to be involved with the latest in micro-
computers, this is the place for you. Contact Randy

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