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FOUND-Woman's gold 'watch in Central Campus
area. Inscription. 763-1037 8-5 p.m. or 663-8292 after
5 andweekends. dA1022
LOST-Silver ' issot watch with part turquoise
band. CCRB. Friday night. Call' 764-9777 or leave
at supervisors office at CCRB. $50.00 reward.
50A 1022
FOUND-A jacket at the UM-MSU game. Call to
identify. 994-5588. dA1024

Furnished efficiency. Parking, laundry, A.C., close
to camnus. 23f/mnnth 9O5-362.M

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COED FRATERNITY needs female roommate.
Great food. Great people. Fun experience. Inex-
pensive. $200 per month. Starts Winter Term. Call
Cherie, 995-2615. dE1022
PLACE FOR MALE in co-op on North Campus.
Lease until May-$160/month room and board. Call

DAILY LINE CONTRACT

Number of Weeks
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inches/week 13 26 39,

BASEMENT SALE-Misc. household items. Ice
skates, picket fence, breakfast set, rugs, work
bench, antiques. Reasonable. Sat.-Sun.-Mon., at
510 W. Stadium Blvd. dB1022
TWENTY (20) ROLLS of Kodachrome 135-36 for
quick sale. Larry, 995-4975. 39B1021
MEXICAN Ci .OTHING-Shirts and blouses. Huar-
aches, poncho:. wall hangings. Call Sandra, 662-
6346. 3131024
TEN SPEED BICYCLE, $150. One walnut hand
made spinning wheel, in perfect working order,
$150. Call 761-1756. 3511022
DEALER COST Bose Demonstration System. Call
about 120 HiFi Brands. 662-0267,995-5743. 73B1024
PARKING STICKER for sale. Space on Vaughn
St. near E. University, 8 minutes from campus.
$120,00or best offer. 662-5111. dB1025
'72 VW BUS, Standard shift, no rust, excellent
condition, 66,000 miles. 662-3474. 9711026
STARFIELD FOLK GUITAR. Like new. $120. 662-
9470. 57B1024
-LEGANSELF-DEFENSE SPRAY! -
Disables attackers for 0 minutes. No after effects.
Guaranteed. On handy keychain. Great gift! Send
$10.30 to: NEW LIFE, 543 Fourth St., AA MI 48103.
58B1022

Scuba Gear, excellent condition, $300. 769-4029.

ONE SPACE AVAILABLE for female in four person
apartment. One block from campus. C l 994-4627.
84C1022
ROOM FOR FOURTH Person in our home near
downtown. $110/month, plus- deposit. 769-7088.
dC1025
AVAILALBE-One large bedroom in modern
furnished two-bedroom apartment. Walking distance
to campus. Parking facilities available. Female
desired. 1028 Fuller, $185/month, utilities included.
Call Cindy at 995-0585 or 662-0192. dCtc
WIN $100-Buy my lease now. Female apartment-
Good Deal! Call persistently! 663-2176. 83C1022
LARGE 2-BDRM. furnished apt. located across
from U-M stadium. Available Oct. 16. $378/mo.
includes heat, water, free parking and balcony.
Near campus bus stop. Call 994-3955. San Souci
Apartments, 1036S. Main. cCtc
DUPLEX FOR RENT -Unfurnished two bed-
room. Stove, refrigerator, carpet and drapes are
provided. Has storm windows and fenced yard.
No pets. Prefer married couple. Lease, references re-
quired. Available Nov. 1. Call 663-6601 7 p.m. to
-1p.m. ONLY. dC1022
AVAILABLE-One large bedroom in modern
furnished two-bedroom apartment. Walking distance
to campus. Parking facilities available. Female
desired. 1028 Fuller. $185/month, utilities included.
Call Cindy at 662-0192. dCtc
THIRD MALE for 2 bedroom apt. Very reason-
able. Beginning 2nd semester. 663-1397. 08C1025
FEMALE ROOMMATE for 2 bedroom apt. Five
minutes from campus. Reasonable rent. 662-9636.
09C 1025
Efficiency apartment in international community.
Close to campus. $182, includes utilities. Inquire 10
am-5 pm 662-5529. After 5 pm, 995-0854, 994-5230.
53C1026

9:30 am-Shemini Arzeret services at Hillel, Mon-
day, Oct 23. Simichas Torah at Hillel, Monday Oct. 23
at 6:30 pm-two minyanim, Torah dancing, singing
and refreshments. Tuesday, Oct. 24, §imichas Torah
services at Hillel, 1429 Hill St. at 9:30 am and 6:30
pm. cF1022
U of M Band Alumni-Reunion Friday, October 27,
Michigan Union, 7-11 p.m. All former members
welcome. 60F27
STUDENTS INVOLVED IN THE HELPING
PROFESSION AND SELF GROWTH WHO ARE
SEEKING SKILLS NOT PROVIDED BY THE
UNIVERSITY, THE INSTITUTE OF SELF DI-
R8CTION 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 THE CONSCIOUSNESS
-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
I&TO 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 O'R GROUPS IN-
TERESTED CALL MR. ZURAWSKI AT 971-2282
AM OR LATE PM. CF1022
MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
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SOMNAMBULIST SEEKS attractive woman with
red rimmed stainless steel blue eyes for sleep-
walking adventures. Call 662-5217, ask for Mark.
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PE RSONA L H E LP W ANTED
HANDSOME MALE seeks dominant woman. P.O.FA H O
Box 8274. Liberty St., Ann Arbor. 02F1024 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

TORAH
REJOICING WITH THE TORAH)
JOIN US
DANCING WITH
THE TORAH
(HOLYSCROLLS. 5 BOOKS OF MOSES)
ALL NIGHT WITH
LOTS OF DRINKING,
EATING,.
HAPPINESS.
YOU HAVE TO COME AND
JOIN TO ENJOY IT!!!
MONDAY, OCT. 23,
7:15 p.m. UNTIL?
CHABAD HOUSE, 715 Hill St.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
(Dial 99L-E-A-R-N or 769-30781
BRING YOUR FRIENDS
ALONG
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OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK-769-0560
1217 S. University
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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

WANTED-Engineering or mechanically inclined
student who likes kids. Bright young boy needs you
to expose him to the engineering field. Several
hours a week. Call 995-5221 or 763-6796, Peter Allen.
87H1024
AFTERNOON DELIGHT has immediate prep posi-
tion open: full or part-time. Apply in person at
251 E. Liberty. 96H1026
TOUCH FOOTBALL
OFFICIALS NEEDED
Contact Sandy Sanders, 763-1313, Intramural Sports
Building, Dept. of Recreational Sports. 01H1026
DOWNTOWN ANN ARBOR law firm seeks part-
time file clerk. Light typing necessary. Hours flex-
ible. Call Marcia, 769-2691. 78H1024
MATURE, WARM BABYSITTER needed during
the day in our home to care for three year old
twins. References required. Call 665-2164 after 5:00
p.m. or on weekends. 75H1025
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
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. 54H1026
BUSINESS SERVICES
Happiness Inc. delivers personalized cakes (or
anything) with a musical flair. 663-1245, before noon.
59J22
PROFESSIONAL TYPING
THE WORDPROCESSORS. We handle
dissertations, manuscripts, resumes, legal and.
term papers. Rackham quality guaranteed. Also
copying, printing and binding.
1202S. UNIVERSITY 662-6401

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BASEMENT SALE-Misc. household items, ice
skates, picket fence, breakfast set, rugs, work
bench, antiques. Reasonable. Sat.-Sun.-Mon., at 510
W. Stadium Blvd. dM1022
SPEED READING
Learn speed reading/study skills Registration Wed.
& Thurs. 25-26 Cost $25. UM Reading Center, 764-
9481. 16M1026
THE CHRISTIAN Science Monitor arrives daily in
our book shop. For important, dailies, weeklies,
monthlies. and quarterlies, you need A Periodical
Retreat. 3361. S. Stae, on the second floor. Call
663-0215 for info. cM1022
WE ARE A Periodical Retreat, making available
important and hard-to-find books, periodicals, and
posters. 336_S. State eM1026
DECEMBER GRADS
To participate in commencement ceremonies you
must wear cap and gown, available only at Univ.
Cellar; info desk, basement, Mich. Union. Order
now. Avoid late order fee after Nov. 15. cM1115
USED CA RS
S'68 MGB for sale. Runs well, body fair. Best offer.
995-3833 after 3 p.m. 55N1022
Chevy Caprice '73, 4 door, air, power steering and
brakes, automatic, AM/FM, vinyl roof, 994-4082
days, 485-8046 eves. 56N2056
Volvo station wagon, '74 with air and automatic tran-
smission. Blue book price $3825, willing to sell for
$3300. Excellent exterior and mechanics. Call 663-
9139 or 994-0532. 47N 1018
1968 OLDSMOBILE 98 convertible, good engine and
interior. Sound body, 80,000 miles, radials. 665-
8469 evenings or 662-4584 anytime. 03N1024
74 PINTO Squire Wagon-New tires, new brakes,
gas shield, air, excellent condition. $1500. 971-3708.
32N 1025
'69 CHEVROLET Bel-Air. Excellent mechanical
condition. $450 or best offer. 665-4088, or 769-5575
evenings or weekends. 12N1022
'74 CHEVY CAPRICE CLASSIC 2-dr. hardtop. New
brakes and transmission. Good transportation. Call
483-5973 eves, before 11. dN
TICK ETS
NEEDED-1 or 2 tickets for Chicago Concert.
Willing to pay good price. Call 668-1673. dQ1022
NEED FOUR TICKETS together for Minnesota or
Purdue game. Call Denise, 665-4028, evenings.
dQ1022
WANTED-U-M football tickets. Call Ken, 425-7125.
49Q1031

USED BUNDY CLARINET, good shape, $150. Call
Larry at 761-9431. eXtc
USED SLINGERLAND 5 piece'drum set. Call Don
at 761-9431. cXtc
USED GEMEINHARDT FLUTE, closed hole. Call
Larry, 761-9431. exte
USED SLINGERLAND 5 piece drum set. Call Don
at 761-9431. cXtc
CLASSICAL GUITAR, new Matsuoka M-30. Excel-
lent condition, $200, negotiable. Call evenings,
Jill, 663-6363 72X102$
USED BUNDY CLARINET, good shape, $150. Call
Larry 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 St Main.
c Xtc
GENTLE OLD PIANO, housebroken. $100.00 or best
offer. Call Ed.after 5:00, 662-6315. 69X1022
Subscribe to The Daily
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ADVERTISING
POLICY
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publication (4 P.M. Fri. for Sun.) including
corrections and cancellations. The Daily is
not responsible for more than one incorrect
insertion of an ad. Advertisements may be
removed fromi publication but will be billed
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This policy is also applicable to ads requiring
pre-payment, i.e., no refunds. Information
regarding content of classified ads cannot
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names may never be revealed.
Number of lines in advertisements is
determined by total number of words-
7 words/line. "Help Wanted" ads cannot
discriminate on the basis of sex, color,
creed or national origin to any extent
(i.e. "preferably" is still discriminatory).
"Found" ads are run free-of-charge to a
maximum of 3 lines for 3 days.

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German veto
Theory of 1905
Rasping, as a sound
Flower'
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Chinese boat
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Erie ship
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solution
String, as of pearls
Orel's river
Luster
Canary's cousin
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India 29
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Spanish painter
Turkish name for
Smyrna
Nevada's neighbor
Compare (to)
Type of shoe
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Decoration
Louvre name
Idolize
Type of basketball
score
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One mile from campus. Days 994-0011.

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Common Market
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City on the Hudson
Latvian city
Lily of 21 Down
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POLITICAL CANVASSERS
MICHIGAN CITIZENS LOBBY is looking for
energetic and committed people for fundraising and
consumer education. Work involves extensive inter-
personal contact. Full time and part time salaried
positions. Call Michigan Citizens Lobby at 663-6824
between 12 and 2. 51H1025
ELECTIONS DIRECTOR, Paid position. Experience
preferred. Knowledge of campus media essential.
Required to run student election; duties include
setting up ballots, advertising election, and setting
up polling place. Begin October 25 thru November
30. Call Rackham Student Government, afternoons,
763-5271. 42H 1025
NEEDED-Dependable person (w/car) to deliver
the MICHIGAN DAILY 6 mornings/week on N.
Campus for Fall-Winter terms. Beginning* Tues.,
Oct. 31. (N. Campus-area resident preferred but
not essential). Good pay. Call764-0558. dHtc
MODELS NEEDED for life classes in EMU Art
department. Call Bob Chew. 761-3837 6-9 p.m. Mon.,
Tues., Thurs.. Fri. 15H1,27
JANITORIAL. Hours to be arranged. 9-12 hours/
week. $4.00. Need transportation. 971-7676 or 971-
8957. 13H1026
HOUSEKEEPING. Sat. morns. $3.25/hr. Ask for
Judith.764-7487 days; eves. 761-7636. 11H1027
ATTENTION
HELP WANTED
BURGER KING
530 E. LIBERTY
Days or close shifts, starting wage for closers is
$2.85/hour. Call between 9-11 or 2-5, ask for Kevin
or Howard, 994-4367. 29H1031
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 2000W. Stadium.
3OH1028
TELEPHONE HELP. One or two nights a week.
Apply in person only after 4:30 p.m. Omega Pizza,
101 Washtenaw Plaza, across from Couzens Hall.

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3%tA COPY, overnight!!!
LowestpPrices! Fastest Service!
Accu-Copy, 524 E. William, 769-8338
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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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PROFESSIONAL EDITING
for the final quality
of the manuscript
Ruth Gladstone-769-2931
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WRITING SERVICES. Creative, Technical Copy,
Editing, Research, Typing. Experienced Profes-
sional. 996-0566. cJl tc
BUSINESS AND -DISSERTATION TYPING by
experienced professional. Kathy Black, 665-3416.
cJtc
THE SECRETARIAT
Term Papers, Theses & Dissertations
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, CA
90026 (213) 477-8226: cJ1128
W ANTED TO R ENT
ROOM IN HOUSE or apartment with Christians.
Near campus. Call Jim, 429-4294. 921.1026

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lot of the problems in America. And we need you to
help. We don't care about your age. Where there's
a. problem, there's a solution. And it could be you,
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of older postage stamps wanted. Call 665-5996.
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