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UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES

FOUND: Oct. 3, Med. Size Black Dog-Washtenaw &
Niill. ann Arbor Humane Society. 665-5585. dA1014
FOUND-Oct. 3, Med. Size Black Dog-Washtenaw
& Hill. Ann Arbor Humane Society, 662-5585. dA1014
LOST-Irish Setter, male. 2 years old, Ryan Please
call 994-5287. Reward. 70A1014
FOUND-Beige male kitten on Mary near Packard.
663-9701. dA 1017

NEEDED-One male non-smoking roommate for
modern bi-level apartment. Near campus, $112/mo.
Call 994-5054, preferably between 11 p.m.-12:30 a.m.
dC1015
PHOTO SU PPL IES
PENTAX THREAD mount Takumar 200/Four lens,
head, and case. Absolutely mint. 662-0336 eves.
74D1015

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THE SECRETARIAT
Term Papers, Theses & Dissertations
Typing, Copying & Binding
812 South State Street
994-3594 9-4 Mon.-Sat.

DAILY LINE CONTRACT

Number of Weeks
line/week 13 26 39

Number of Weeks
inches/week 13 26 39

NIKON F-2 with 55mm, fl.4 lens. Also 4 other
Nikon lenses. 663-5921. 29B1019
REFRIGERATOR-5 cubic feet-freezer com-
ponent.Good condition. $85.994-0080. 43B1019
STEREO SYSTEM-Kenwood Receiver delivers 38
watts/channel into Bang and Olautson 370 speakers,
Pioneer PL12D turntable with Shure M-9IED. $400.
Call: 662-2336. 41B1017
SOFA, 2 CHAIRS (Englander Triangle custom), 3
years old. $400. 994-8448 6:00-11:00 p.i. 77B1014
"A TITAN PIANIST"-Two great seats for Emil
Gilet for sale. Price: very reasonable. Call 665-
3141. Bo, Lee or Pete. dB1014
50" x 50" P.R.O. DELUXE MOVIE SCREEN,
$20.00. 994-8448 6:00-11:00 p.m. 76B1014
DATSUN S10, 1972. Good price. Call 434-0687 morn-
ings. ' 20B1019
SKIS-Head 1 pair standards, 1 pair 360's. Both
with poles and bindings. $35.00 each. 994-8448 6:00
to 11:00p.m. 75B1014
MIRACORD TURNTABLE, Electravoice speaker,
Fischer AM-FM radio and amplifier in cabinet,
$595.995-4442. 16B 1015

PLACE FOR MALE in co-op on North Campus.
Lease until May-$160/month room and board. Call
Glenn, Alan,663-6955. 96E1026

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BUSINESS AND DISSERTATION TYPING by
experienced professional. Kathy Black, 665-3416.
cJtc
WRITING SERVICES. Creative, Technical Copy.
Editing, Research. Typing. Experienced Profes-
sionaL 996-0566. cJlOtc
PROFESSIONAL TYPING
THE WORDPROCESSORS. We handle
dissertations, manuscripts, resumes, legal and,
term papers. Rackham quality guaranteed. Also
copying, printing and binding.
1202 S. UNIVERSITY 662-6401

I WILL TRADE my three MSU tickets on the 45
yard line with cash for four together in same area. 1
Phone 769-1548. 03Q1014
WANTED-U-M football tickets. Call Ken, 425-7125.
49Q1031
Pair of Billy Joel tickets for sale. Excellent main
floor seats. Call 662-5111 dQ1011
I have good money for 6 MSU tickets not together,
OK, David. 1-800-482-3906. 28Q1015
DESPERATELY NEED two Billy Joel tickets, main
floor. Price negotiable. 764-9615. 66Q1011
I NEED FOUR MICHIGAN STATE TICKETS TO-
GETHER. WILLING TO PAY $$$. CALL 994-5579
or 763-2459. ASK FOR BRIAN. dQ1014
I HAVE GOOD MONEY for 6 Minnesota tickets-
not together OK. David, 1-800-482-3906. dQ1017
2 JUNIOR Priority MSU-UM tickets for sale. 764-
0083 . 19Q1013

RICKY!
We all hope you get well
real soon.
-DAILY STAFFERS dF1014

7 days
211S. STATE STREET

662-3969
cJtc

SUKKOT SERVICES at Hillel, 1429 Hi
p.m. Sunday, October 15.
MARCY-
When you left, a gap was created that,
fill. Your visitation was most welcome.
-Your northwesterly neighbor
BEGIN YOUR SUNDAY with a brunch
1.1:00 a.m. $1.50 open brunch third Sunda
month at Hillel, 1429 Hill St.
THERE WILL be a gathering for Israel
Sunday, October 15th at 11:00 a.m. at
Hill Street (over brunch). Returnees froi
summer programs for sharing nostaglia a
for information call 663-3336.
THERE WILL BE a Sukkah decoration
1429 Hill St. on Sunday. Oct. 15th at 1
undergrad and grad students.
JEWISH GRADUATE students and
There will be a wine and cheese party
14th at 9:00 p.m. at Hillel, 1429 Hill St.
U OF M STUDENT interested in givii
and flute lessons. Reference given upo
$5.00/hour. Tammie Van Sickle, 663-2930
CONSERVATORY RESTAURANTa
Chance, 516 E. Liberty, open for breakf
to 10:30a.m.
U OF M FEMALE STUDENT would lib
Christian male for companionship in p
fellowship. 663-2930, evenings.
ON-GOING PERSONAL growth grou
orientation, Mondays 7:30-10:00. $15.00 se
N ichael or Catherine, 662-5215. Include
workshop.
OFFSET AND XERO
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK-i769-05
1217S. University
NEEDED-SOME PERSONS to make u
rock bandemphasizing improvisation ai
playing interpretations of anything fromf
gon to perverted Frampton. Don't worry
you can't play too well: some think I'm in
too. (I play guitar but don't know nor
need for traditional structure). Just so y.
expansive mind and ANY instrument (bo
piano, oranges), with small gigs as a
bility. Call NOW, Jim. 764-0627.
NEED COPIES?.
THE WORDPROCESSOR. We d
typing, binding and printing. Ask abou
discount cards for students and faculty.
2115. STATE STREET
7 days
12025S. UNIVERSITY

Ill St., 6:30
cF1015
nun could
s. dF1014
at Hillel.
y of every
cF1014
i returnees
Hillel, 1429
m year and
nd support
cF1014
n at Hillel,
2 noon for

N.B.: Each group of characters counts as one word.
Hyphenated words over S characters count as two words
(this includes telephone numbers)

8 lines equals 1 inch

7 words per line

THE SECRETARIAT
DISSERTATION & MANUSCRIPT
Typing, Copying & Binding
812 South State Street
994-3594 9-4 Mon:-Sat.
IMPROVE YOUR GRADES! Send $1.00 for
256-page, mail order catalog of Collegiate Resea
10,250 topics listed. Box 25907-B, Los Angeles

FREE CLARINETS Bb-Giardinelli A-A, Robert
Mouthpiece, extra barrel, recently overhauled. Free
with purchase of my double case for only $450.
995-0862 after 6p.m. 39X1017
USED SLINGERLAND 5 piece drum set. Call Don
at 761-9431. eXtc

MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cFtc

cF1014 STUDENTS INVOLVED IN THE HELPING
singles- PROFESSION AND SELF GROWTH WHO ARE
Sat., Oct. SEEKING SKILLS NOT PROVIDED BY THE
Cost: $1.0 UNIVERSITY, THE INSTITUTE OF SELF DI-
cFl0l4 RECTION WILL PROVIDE TRANSPERSONAL
EDUCATION AND THERAPY. SUBJECTS COV-
ng clarinet ERED:
mn request. -TRANSPERSONAL THERAPY
evenings).. -PSYCHOSYNTHESIS
98F1017 -GESTALT METHODS
at Second -GURDJIFF'S SYSTEM
ast, 7 a.m. -INTEGRATION OF THE PERSONALITY
ef1019 -TRAINING OF THE WILL
ke to meet -MEDITATION TECHNIQUES
rayer and -STUDY OF THE CONSCIOUSNESS
97F1015 =ALTERNATIVE METHODS OF HEALING
- -CREATIVITY AND INTUITION
p. Gestalt -PLUS OTHER RELATED SUBJECTS
ession. Call THE LEARNING AND GROWTH EXPERIENCES
ss weekendPROVIDED THROUGH THESE SUBJECTS WILL
p62F1015 EQUIP STUDENTS TO BE AWARE OF THE
)X VARIOUS DEPTH LEVELS OF THEIR OWN NA-
TURE AND ENABLE THEM TO BEGIN THEIR
OWN PROCESS OF INTEGRATION AND WILL BE
60 ABLE TO INCORPORATE THE AWARENESS AND
EXPERIENCE OF THEIR OWN INDIVIDUALITY
cFtc INTO THEIR OWN CURRICULUM PLANNING TO
THEIR PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS. THE IN-
p a unique STRUCTOR WILL BE STANLEY ZURAWSKI,
nd rhythm. FOUNDER OF THE INSTITUTE. HE HAS
Eno to Ore- TAUGHT AND DESIGNED COURSES OF ALL THE
if you feel ABOVE SUBJECTS, ALSO TECHNIQUES FOR
competent. PERSONAL GROWTH COVERED BY A COURSE
have any OF "FINDING YOUR OWN SELF DIRECTION"
ou have an MR. ZURAWSKI IS A "MYSTIC" AND A MEMBER
ngos, bass, OF THE "ARCANE SCHOOL" AS WELL AS DEDI-
real possi- CATED, COMPASSIONATE INSTRUCTOR WHO
71F1014 GENUINELY CARES ABOUT HUMANITY AND
IT'S PROBLEMS. HE STUDIED HIS OWN PRO-
CESS OF CHANGE OVER 30 YEARS, AND REAL-
IZES THAT ALL KNOWLEDGE AND GROWTH
do copying, MUST COME ABOUT THROUGH SELF MOTI-
it our 10% VATED EFFORTS AND EXPERIENCES OF THE
INDIVIDUAL. ALL LEARNING IS EXPERIEN-
TIALLY BASED AND STUDENTS ARE TO AC-
CEPT ONLY THAT KNOWLEDGE WHICH THEY
CAN VERIFY DIRECTLY.
662-6401 STUDY GROUPS ARE NOW IN A PROCESS
cFtc OF BEING FORMED. ALSO MR. ZURAWSKI WILL
BE AVAILABLE FOR LECTURES OR EXPERIEN-
TIAL DEMONSTRATIONS ON TRANSPERSONAL
SUBJECTS. ANY INDIVIDUAL OR GROUPS IN-
TERESTED CALL MR. ZURAWSKI AT 971-2282
AM OR LATE PM. CF1022
MEDITATION FOR ARTISTS. Learn techniques of
meditation as a way of developing better focus and
more creativity. Open to all artists and anyone
. else interested. Free. Different method presented
each week; attendance can be regular or occasional.
Taught by Stern Morgan. Every Tuesday at 8 p.m.,
at Canterbury Loft, 332 South State, second floor,
near Nickels Arcade. For more info. call 665-0606.
pcF1017

PART AND FULL TIME SALESPERSONS needed
immediately for men's shoe store. Apply in person
only. Hanover Shoes, Briarwood Mall. 04H1015
WANTED-GROUP STUDY STUDENT, to work in
mental health study. Experience preferred. Call
763-5320. 08H1015
STUDENTS NEEDED for Publisher's promotion
campaign. Excellent pay, good hours. Call Brian,
971-5139. .99111018
NEEDED-KITCHEN WORKERS, waiters, wait-
resses, and floorman. Apply in person, Dooley's,
310 Maynard. 02H1018
LEAD GUITARIST, familiar country music, for
C&W band. 995-9459,663-5378,481-0577. 14H1015
PART-TIME HANDYMAN to assist in maintain-
ing downtown commercial office building. 10-20
hrs./month. Flexible schedule. Call Mr. Porter,
662-3344. 17H1019
MATURE BABYSITTER needed in our home for two
children. References required. 665-2164, evenings.
00H1019
THE ARBY'S ROAST BEEF Restaurant is accept-
ing applications for their new store located in the
Alriarwood Mall. Please apply on Thurs., Oct. 19,
from 9-5 or Fri.. Oct. 20, 9-4, in the community
room of Briarwood Mall. 22H 1019
PROFESSIONAL POSITION IN DETROIT
Detroit Law Firm offers interesting opportunity to
assist in workmen's compensation cases. No legal
background required. Knowledge of medical term-
inology a big asset. Call: 1-961-9139. 24111014
OVERSEAS JOBS-Summer/full time. Europe.
S. America, Australia, Asia, etc. All fields, $500-
1200 monthly, expenses paid, sightseeing. Free
info. Write: International Job Center, Box 4490-13,
Berkeley, California 94704. 69H1017
GENERAL LABOR
We are seeking applicants to fill several general
labor positions open in our metal shop. No previous
experience necessary. Apply at our office between,
8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. School Tech. Inc. 745 State Circle.
Equal Opportunity Employer. 36H1018
BABYSITTER, warm sensitive person to care for
two preschoolers 12-6 p.m. weekdays. My Burns
Park home, ownstransportationereferences. Salary
$2.50/hr. Please call 662-1770 before 5 and 761-8477
eves. 69H1015
Math-Science tutor-algebra, calculus, physics,
chemistry. Guaranteed results. Call Mike 971-8282,
evenings. 25H1015
McDonald's Morning-and Evening help wanted.
$3.00Mto start, $3.10 if available full time and weeken-
ds. Paid vacation, meals provided and other benefits
available. Apply in person at 2000W. Stadium.
30H1028
Artist Wanted. Artist Wanted. Artist Wanted. For
comic strip. 697-2937 between 8-10 p.m. 32H1021
ALLIED INC.
Part time packaging and shipping work for mornings
only. Applyto Bob Winkle, 524 S. Main St., Ann Ar-
bor, 665-4411. 46H1018
THE UNIVERSITY CELLAR will be accepting ap-
plications Oct.2-16 FOR WINTER BOOK RUSH 1979.
Pay: $3.11/hour. Apply info desk University Cellar,
basement of Mich. Union. Sun. 12-5, M-Th 9-9,
F 9-5:30, Sat. 10-5. 34H1015
EXPERIENCED ICE HOCKEY REFEREES
wanted for Ann Arbor senior hockey league. $10/
game. Call Stu Gordon, 665-8444. Leave message.
' 39H1015

WOULD YOU LIKE to make your own original
etchings of colorful lithographs? Classes available
starting Monday, October 16 and Thursday, October
19 at THE STUDIO, 317 West Huron, Ann Arbor.
30M1015
FREE POCKET BILLIARD Exhibition. Jimmy
Caras, 5 time world champion, Thur., Oct. 12, 4
p.m. and 8 p.m. Michigan Union Ballroom. cM1008
Sundays are- for billiards. Reduced rates 1-6 pm at
the Union. (M1008

GIBSON RD GUITARS in stock. Road Fender.
Yamaha and Martin brand names included in our
cJtc fine selection. Apollo Music Center. 323 S. Main.
your cXtc
your USED SLINGERLAND 5 piece drum set. Call Don
arch. at 761-9431. cXtc
, CP --- - -- - --
J1128 USED BUNDY CLARINET, good shape, $150. Call
Larry at 761-9431 .Xtc
USED GEMEINHARDT FLUTE, closed hole. Call
Larrv 761.9431.ext

GIANT FLEA MARKET
Sunday, Oct. 15, 12 noon til 4:00 p.m. At the Ann
Arbor Farmer's Market. 315 Detroit St. All the usual
things-many unusual things. Furniture, clothes,
a pliances, much much more. 94W1015
ROOMMA TES
LODI NORDIC SKI CHALET has room in3Farm
House. 994-5163 before 9 p.m. 35Y1017
SINGLE ROOM available in 6 member Co-op. H01
and Main. Call 995-8901. 34U1015

'69 DART, new in '70. AT, PS, PB. New exhaust
and break system, battery, carburetor. 1 year old
tires, body rust. $350 or best offer. Phone 663-7115.
31N1015
'74 TRIUMPH TR6, 35,000 miles, hardtop, air-cond.
Best offer. Call 763-1646 after six. 86N 1017
1974 Fiat 124 Spyder, low mileage, one owner, call
769-2081 24N1015
'74 CHEVY CAPRICE CLASSIC 2-dr. hardtop. New
brakes and transmission. Good transportation. Call
483-5973 eves, before 11. dN
Volvo 68, damaged, driving condition, $150 or best of-
fer. 665-5596, persistently. 35N1008
1973 MONTE CARLO, excellent condition. $1700/best
offer. Weekdays after 6:00 p.m./weekends, 862-1785.
61 N 1008

Use
Daily
Class ifileds

"Gimme a D
Gimme anA*
Gimme an I ... L ...Y
Give the MICHIGAN DAILY*
that old college try.*
CALL 764-0558 to order your subscription

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
©1978 Los AogelesTisses Syndicate

Katmandu's
country
Duck
Brit. honor
Took the palm
Leaf cutter
Arrow feathered
for rotary motion
Cookie flavoring
Insect
Cloth like voile
Went off a diet
Food
Civil War warship
Pacem in -
Farm machines
DOWN
Horizontal layer
Slum for one
Attaches (to)
Franc's cousin
Here, in Paris
Popular poet
Figure in a Millet
painting
Haunted house
feature
Mixed dish
Poetic verb form

11 Minute opening
12 Member of a cer-
tain college
13 Loving word
16 Daring deeds
21 Pull
27 Custom
28 Was nourished by
29 Delight (in)
30 Equals
32 The Tabard, for one
34 Visiting fireman
37 Forage plant
38 Place where one
lives

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Say again
Fresh quality
Saves, in a way
Arise (from)
Certain Washing-
tonian
Bird dogs
Luau food
Eastern title
Years: Lat.
Cry from the days
of Bacchus
Pattern of fine lines
Comparative suffix
Chemical suffix

HOUSE CLEANING 4-6 hrs./wk. and/or sitting with
8 yr. old boy 3-6 hrs./wk. 769-2658 eves. 37H1018
TEACHERS-Hundreds of openings. Foreign and
Domestic Teachers. Box 1063, Vancouver, Wash.
98660. 42H1014
PHILIPPINE LADIES are most beautiful and
smilingest. Executive importer traveling the Orient
needs part time housekeeper. Exceptionally high
pay and fringe benefits. Write Daily Box No. 4.
40H1020
DISHWASHER, part time, hours perfect for stu-
dents, good pay. Apply in person-Second Chance,
516 E. Liberty. cH1021
OFFSET PRINTER
Immediate opening for personnel experienced in
offset printing, typesetting and layout, and litho-
graphic camera work. Full and part time positions
available. Apply in person: Arbor Instant Printing,
124 E. Washington, 994-4664. 15H1022
KEY PUNCH OPERATORS AND TYPISTS
Applicants needed to fill several openings on our
afternoon and midnight shifts. Experienced oper-
ators or recent keypunch school graduates pre-
ferred. Will train accurate 55-60 wpm typists. Work
will be performed on the most modern video equip-
ment in use today. Full company benefits, good
wages, plus incentive bonus. Call for appointment,
Mr. Huff, 769-6511, Ext. 414. EDS Service Corp..
Ann Arbor. 05H1018
FASHION MENSWEAR
Full and part time sales position availble in leading
contemporary shop. Competitive salary and bene-
fits. Apply 10-4, Monday-Friday, Fred Sklaar Inter-
national, Briarwood Mall. 48H1014
AMiwE T PREVIOUS PI177 M

ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE MAJORS
DON'T MISS TALKING
TO THE HUGHES
RECRUITER VISITING
YOUR CAMPUS SOON.
Contact your placement office
for interview dates.
,HUGHES
Creating a new world with electronics
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M/F

MAN AND TWO CATS need place to stay. Prefer
vegetarian/co-op situation, but don't let that stop
you. Cats are vegetarian, too. Leave message at
763-3501, business hours. 38L1018
ATTENTION-AVOCATIONAL ANTHROPOLO-
GISTS, YETIHUNTERS and DECEMBER GRADU-
ATES!! Himalayan Expedition leaves Ann Arbor
December 27. JOURNEYS, 995-4658. cP1014
LOW COST TRAVEL to Israel. Toll Free 800-223-
7676. 9a.m.-6 p.m. N.Y. time. 21P1021

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INTERNATIONAL
Tuesday, Octc
SYMPOSIUI
Saturday, Oct. 14 MIDDLE EAS
PARTY.. . (International) Speakers: Pr
INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL EVE Prof. R. Tant
PARTY 7:30 PM RAC
8:00 PM Alice Lloyd Hall; Wednesday,
.: - C*,mSent/Staff ID aind $ 1V MPSIU

ISTH.w2Isf
OCTOBER
1978

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riday, Oct. 20
EXCURSION
Detroit Inst. of Art and
Science Center
Contact International
Center for details.
Departure. .. 12 noon-764-9310
DINNER . . . (International) AT
BETHLEHEM CHURCH OF CHRIST:
ANN ARBOR-call Ecumenical Cam-
pur Center-662-5529 for reserva-
tions.
Saturday,Oct.21

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ober 17
M
IT-PEACE OR WAR?....
'rof. A. Mendel.
er.
CKHAM AMPHITHEATRE
Oct. 1i
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