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age 8-Sunday, October 15, 1978-The Michigan Daily

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UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES

1 UND-Beige male kitten on Mary near Packard.
3-9701. dA1017
OST: Irish setter, male, 2 years old, Ryan. Please
all 994-5287. Reward. 51A1020

PENTAX THREAT) mount Takumar 200/Four lens,
head, and case. Absolutely mint. 662-0336 eves.
74D1015

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'ARKING STICKER FOR SALE. Space on Vaughn.
't. near E. University. Close to campus. Good for
chool year. $120 or best offer. 662-5111. dBI1019
sing size waterbed, frame, heater, and mattress,
200 or best offer. Call 665-2673 evenings. 46B1015
'eanut butter and granola combined to drastically
ffect my figure. As a result, a size 9 tan corduroy
'lazer no longer fits and will be sold to the first
erson with a reasonable offer. Call and ask for
mily, 668-7867. dB 1018
IKON F-2 with 55mm, f 1.4 lens. Also 4 other
likon lenses. 663-5921. 29B1019
EFRIGERATOR-5 cubic feet-freezer com-
onent. Good condition. $85.994-0080. 43B1019
TEREO SYSTEM-Kenwood Receiver delivers 38
atts/channel into Bang and Olautson 370 speakers,
loneer PL12D turntable with Shure M-91ED. $400.
'all: 662-2336. 41B1017
ATSUN S10, 1972. Good price. Call 434-0687 morn-
ngs. 20B1019
'IIRACORD TURNTABLE, Electravoice speaker.
'ischer AM-FM radio and, amplifier in cabinet,
95.995-4442. 16 B1015
TEREO SPECIALS. Absolute lowest prices. Demos
I cast. 662-0267 or 995-5743. '59131017

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

DAILY LINE CONTRACT

HAPPY BIRTHDAY RICK!
Hope you have a great 20th and many, many more!"
Loveya lots, Frozen strawberry dacquiri.

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line/week 13 26 39

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inches/week 13 26 39

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Jewish grad students and singles. Hillel is
sponsoring a trip to GreenfieldVillage, Sunday Oct.
29th. We leave from Hillel, 1429 Hill St.. at 11:30 a.m.
$2 for group rate: reservations needed by noon
Friday Oct. 20, call 663-3336. If you can drive please
let us know. cF1019
U of M student interested in giving clarinet and flute
lessons. Reference given upon request. $5.00/hour.
Tammie Van Sickle. 663-2930 (evenings ), 98F1020
Ricky,

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THE SECRETARIAT
Term Papers, Theses & Dissertations
Typing, Copying & Binding
812 South State Street
994-3594 9-4 Mon.-Sat.
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BUSINESS AND DISSERTATION TYPING by
experienced professional. Kathy Black, 665-3416.
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WRITING SERVICES. Creative, Technical Copy,
Editing, Research, Typing. Experienced Profes-
sional. 996-0566. cJ10tc
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
7 days
211S. STATE STREET 662-3969
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THE SECRETARIAT
DISSERTATION & MANUSCRIPT
Typing, Copying & Binding
812 South State Street
994-3594 9-4 Mon.-Sat.
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IMPROVE YOUR GRADES! Send $1.00 for your
256-page, mailorder catalog of Collegiate Research.
10,250 topics listed. Box 25907-B, Los Angeles, CF
90025 (213) 477-8226. c.112R

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 6 p.m. 39X1017
USED SLINGERLAND 5 piece drum set. Call Don
at 761-9431. cXtc
GIBSON RD GUITARS in stock. Road Fender,
Yamaha and Martin brand names included in our
fine selection. Apollo Music Center, :323 S. Main.
cXtc
USED SLINGERLAND 5 piece drum set. Call Don
at 761-9431. eXte
USED BUNDY CLARINET, good shape, $150. Call
Larry at 761-9431. cXtc
USED GEMEINHARDT FLUTE, closed hole. Call
Larry.761-9431. _extc

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N.B.: Each group of characters counts as one word.
Hyphenated words over 5 characters count as two words
(this includes telephone numbers)

HAPPY BERKE-DAY!
Now you're an old man
(snicker, snicker)
Succoth
Join US with a
Festive meal
in our

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dF1015

'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. 86N1017
1974 Fiat 124 Spyder, low mileage, one owner, call
769-2081- 24N 1015
'74 CHEVY CAPRICE CLASSIC 2-dr. hardtop. New
brakes and transmission. Good transportation. Call
483-5973 eves. before 11. dN
BARGAIN CORNER
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,
appliances, much much more. 94W1015

OUR BEI)ROOM HOUSE. Close to downtown.
Fear Farmer's Market. $450/month plus utilities.
61-3961. 5C1015
(EAUTIFUL SIX BEDROOM house has one single
oom for rent. Near campus. $126.00. Co-op, semi-
egetarian, non-smoking, co-ed. 995-3461 or 996-
, eves, best. Call persistently. 85C1017
OOM AVAILABLE Immediately for female in 2
room apartment. Campus area. $130/month. 995-
962. 28C1017
PARTMENT FOR TWO STUDENTS, campus
rea; immediate occupancy, lease thru April. Call
-626-1834 after 8p.m.
'his ad had the wrong phone number for two
ays. The classified ad department would like to
pologize to the advertiser who's correct phone
umber was not run, to the people who called the
trong phone number and to the poor person who's
hone was being swamped by calls that he didn't
ant. We hope that this will not happen again.
62C1015
'RIENDLY FEMINIST HOUSE needs one woman.
115/mo.,.own room, near campus. 995-3790. 26C1019
.AMPUS-ONE BEDROOM apartment with fire-
lace, private entrance. In quiet neighborhood with
arking. $250 per month. Call 769-40:35 days or 1-
97-0498after6:30p.m. 23C1018
)WN BEDROOM in large modern furnished apart-
nent 4 blocks from campus. $160/mo., utilities
except electricity included. 995-4577. 10C1015
eVAILABLE NOW. FEMALE wanted to share two
ledroom apartment. $125/mo. plus electricity. 76:3-
151, 8a.m.-4 p.m., Karen. 01C1017
IALE ROOMMATE needed to complete 4-man
partment. t2 of double room available. Excellent
ocation, next to CCRB. Rent only $117.50/month.
baths, dishwasher, etc. Parking. 995-3745. 90C1015
SOEsemi-vegetarian, fun-loving house looking
or a sixth member withcharacter. Beautiful, large,
ingle room. Call 668-8736 or 764-6090 persistently.
dC Ic15
EEDED-One male non-smoking roommate for
nodern bi-level apartment. Near campus, $112/mo.
Jall 994-5054, preferably between 11 p.m.-12:30 a.m.
dC1015
LARGE -2-BDRM. furnished apt. located across
rom U-M stadium. Available Oct. 16. $378/mo.
ncludes heat, water, free parking and balcony.
ear campus bus stop. Call 994-3955. San Souci
1partments, 1036 S. Main. cCtc

Suchah
(transitional outdoor dining shelter)
The largest Suchah
in Ann Arbor
cF1015
U OF M STUDENT interested in giving clarinet
and flute lessons. Reference given upon request.
$5.00/hour. Tammie Van Sickle,663-29:30(evenings).
98F 1017
SUKKOT SERVICES at Hillel, 1429 Hill St., 6:30
p.m. Sunday. October 15. cF1015
CONSERVATORY RESTAURANT at Second
Chance, 516 E. Liberty, open for breakfast, 7 a.m.
to 10:30a.m. cf1019
U OF M FEMALE STUDENT would like to meet
Christian male for companionship in prayer and
fellowship. 663-2930, evenings. 97F1015
ON-GOING PERSONAL growth group. Gestalt
orientation, Mondays 7:30-10:00. $15.00 session. Call
Miichael or Catherine, 662-5215. Includes weekend
workshop. p62F1015
MEDITATION FOR ARTISTS. Learn techniques of
meditation as a way of developing better focus and
more creativity. Open to 'll artists and anyone
else interested. Free. Different met4od 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.
pcFl0l7
MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
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NEED COPIES?'
THE WORDPROCESSOR. We do copying
typing, binding and printing. Ask about our 10%
discount cards for students and faculty.
211 S. STATE STREET 662-3969
7 days
1202S. UNIVERSITY 662-6401

STUDENTS INVOLVED IN THE HELPING
PROFESSION AND SELF GROWTH WHO ARE
SEEKING SKILLS NOT PROVIDED BY THE
UNIVERSITY, THE INSTITUTE OF SELF DI-
RECTION WILL PROVIDE TRANSPERSONAL
EDUCATION AND THERAPY. SUBJECTS COV-
ERED:.
-TRANSPERSONAL THERAPY
-PSYCHOSYNTHESIS
-GESTALT METHODS
-GURDJIFF'S SYSTEM
-INTEGRATION OF THE PERSONALITY
-TRAINING OF THE WILL
-MEDITATION TECHNIQUES
-=STUDY OF THECONSCIOUSNESS
-ALTERNATIVE METHODS OF HEALING
-CREATIVITY AND INTUITION
-PLUS OTHER RELATED SUBJECTS
THE LEARNING AND GROWTH EXPERIENCES
PROVIDED THROUGH THESE SUBJECTS WILL
EQUIP STUDENTS TO BE AWARE OF THE
VARIOUS DEPTH LEVELS OF THEIR OWN NA-
TURE AND ENABLE THEM TO BEGIN THEIR
OWN PROCESS OF INTEGRATION AND WILL BE
ABLE TO INCORPORATE THE AWARENESS AND
EXPERIENCE OF THEIR OWN INDIVIDUALITY
INTO THEIR OWN CURRICULUM PLANNING TO
THEIR PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS. THE IN-
STRUCTOR WILL BE STANLEY ZURAWSKI,
FOUNDER OF THE INSTITUTE. HE HAS
TAUGHT AND DESIGNED COURSES OF ALL THE
ABOVE SUBJECTS, ALSO TECHNIQUES FOR
PERSONAL GROWTH COVERED BY A COURSE
OF "FINDING YOUR OWN SELF DIRECTION"
MR. ZURAWSKI IS A 'MYSTIC" AND A MEMBER
OF THE "ARCANE SCHOOL" AS WELL AS DEDI-
CATED, COMPASSIONATE INSTRUCTOR WHO
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
MUST COME ABOUT THROUGH SELF MOTI-
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.
STUDY GROUPS ARE NOW IN A PROCESS
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

PART AND FULl, TIME SALESPERSONS needed
immediately for men's shoe store. Apply in person
only. Hanover Shoes, Briarwood Mall. 04111015
WANTED-GROUP STUDY STUDENT, to work in
mental health study. Experience preferred. Call
763-5320, 08111015
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, 663-5:378, 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. 17111019
MATURE BABYSITTER needed in our home for two
children. References required. 665-2164, evenings.
00111019
T HE ARBY'S ROAST BEEF Restaurant is accept-
ing applications for their new store located in the
Briarwood Mall. Please apply on Thurs., Oct. 19.
from 9-5 or Fri.. Oct. 20, 9-4, in the community
room of Briarwood Mall. 22H1019
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. 69111017
HOUSE CLEANING 4-6 hrs./wk. and/or sitting with
8 yr.old boy 3-6 hrs./wk.769-2658 eves. 37H1018
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 TYPIST'S
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. 0511101
PHILIPPINE LADIES are molt 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. cHI1021
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, own transportation, references. Salary
$2.50/hr. Please call 662-1770 hefore 5 and 761-8477
eves. 69H 1015

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LODI NORDIC SKI CHALET has room in Farm
House. 994-5163 before 9 p.m. 35Y1017

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.

Use
Doily
Class ifileds

SINGLE ROOM available in 6 member Co-op. Hill
and Main. Call 995-8901. 34U1015

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COPYQUICK-769-0560
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DAIL CRSSWRD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
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ACROSS
Spiny, as a leaf
Largest lake in
Europe
From the heart
Of the shoulder
City in Oregon
Full of life
Part of a book
Generous
Obsession: Colloq.
Identical
Capital of Flanders
Source
Duck genus
Wave: Fr.
Do without
Becoming slower:
Mus. abbr.
Algonquian chief
Peddler of the good

Accelerated
Darling
Famous Fanny
Trump
Sou1: Fr.
Famous Gordon
Pastoral
Wed
Disturb
Approve
Said to be
-- lest
Judged
DOWN
Iberian
Close
Quick breads
Relative of a jeune
fille
Son of Bela
Doing business
Fencer's thrust
Parisian friend
Carter, for ex-
ample: Abbr.
Convention
speaker
Confining to cam-
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Sardinian city
Part of New York
City
Hollywood name
Bank transactions
Antagonists
Campus gp.
Declined
Think, country
style
Mickey and others
Pull apart
Emphasized a point
Interfered
Procession
Egyptian deity
Wagner
Glowed
Cheese for grating
Exaggerate
Horny plate of
some reptiles
Glorify
Inspire
Mature
Actor Palillo
Letter

PROGRAM ANALYST/RESEARCH ASSISTA NT
To program and conduct laboratory experiments in
human experimental psychology. Experience with
real time programming of minicomputers at the
assembly and higher level languages. Including
Fortran IV essential. BA in experimental
psychology, computer sciences, mathematics, or
other sciences required. Include resume, transcript,
and references with application.
Betty Radcliffe
Employment Representative
University of Michigan Hospital
Room HFPB. Box 46
1405 E. Ann, Ann Arbor, MI 48109
313-764-3175
A NON DISCRIMINATORY, AFFIRMATIVE
ACTION EMPLOYER
50111916
POLITICAL, CANVASSERS
MICHIGAN CITIZENS LOBBY is looking for
energetic and committed people for fundraising and
consumer education. Work involves extensive
interpersonal contact. Full time and part time
salaried positions. Call Michigan Citizens Lobby at
663-6824 between 12and2. 30111018
FASHION MENSWEAR
Full and part time sales positions available in
leading contemporary shop. Competitive salary and
benefits. Apply 10-4, Monday-Friday, Fred Sklar In-
ternational, Briarwood Mall. 49H1022
TELEPHONE HELP. One or two nights a week.
Apply in person only after 4:30 p.m. Omega Pizza,
11 Washtenaw Plaza, across from Couzens Hall.
5:3H 1026
PIZZA DRIVERS
Must be 18, no car necessary, part time, one, two or
three nights a week. Apply in person only after 4:30
pm. Omega Pizza, 101 Washtenaw Place, across
from Couzens Hall. 54H 1026
Attendant nurses needed at Northville Regional
Psychiatric Hospital, 41001 Seven Mile Rd.,
Northville. Appointments are temporary but may
become permanent. $4.92/hr. Report to personnel
office for application and interview beginning 9:30
am. Monday 10/16/78. An equal opportunity

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Math-Science tutor--algebra, calculus, physics,
chemistry. Guaranteed results. Call Mike 971-8282,
evenings. 25H1015
McDonald's Morning and Evening help wanted.
$3.00 to start, $3.10 if available full time and weeken-
ds.Paid vacation, meals provided and other benefits
available. Apply in person at 2000 W. 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. pply to Bob Winkle, 524 S. Main St., Ann Ar-
bor,6-4411. 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.

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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

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MAN AND TWO CATS need place to stay. Prefer
vegetarian/co-op situation, but don't let that stop
you. Cats arevegetarian, too. Leave message at
763-3501, business hours. 38L1018

employer.

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