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IMBUKTU TICKETS for sale. 2 main floor seats
jr Saturday matinee, Oct. 28 at Fisher Theatre,
etroit. Call 665-5581. 98B1025
WENTY (20) ROLLS of Kodachrome 135-36 for
uick sale. Larry, 995-4975. 39B1025
EDAL POWER-1 Schwinn Delux Typhoon-$30,
Schwinn 10-speed Varsity-$85, 1 Schwinn Delux
oys Sting-ray-$70. Cash only. 994-9277 after 4 p.m.
84B1026
ING SIZE WATERBED, heater. $150. 665-2673
efore10:00a.m.orafter 11:00p.m. iBlO27
ART FREE STYLES 175 cm, used three times.
ize 10 Montini boots. Locking Barecrafter racks
r VW. Call Pete, 996-0091. 63B1028
0ARKING STICKER for sale. Space on Vaughn
it. near E. University, 8 minutes from campus.
120.00 or best offer. 662-5111. dB1025
72 VW BUS, Standard shift, no rust, excellent
ondition, 66,000 miles. 662-3474. 97B1026
cuba Gear, excellent condition, $300.769-4029.

EX-"JESUS PEOPLE":
Concerned person desires communication with
people who have fortunately decided to Jesus trip
no more. No backsliders please. Strength and in-
sights needed by those who may not be so fortunate.
E. Ash, P.O. Box 204, Garden City, MI 48135.
94F1029
HAPPINESS INC. DELIVERS personalized cakes
(or anything) with a musical flair. 463=1245, before
noon. 59F1025
TWO WILD and crazy American foxes in possession
of Beach Boy concert tickets seek two Macho Men
to accompany them. If interested, call 995-8301
btw. 5:00 and 5:30 p.m. only. dF1027
ACTIVE, TRIME (but loveable), single, newly
relocated male, Ph.D., late 30's seeks intelligent,
attractive, shapely woman for conversation, walks,
bike rides, movies, concerts, friendship. Reply
Michigan Daily Box No. 7. 77F1029
MAKE LOVE ! -NOT WAR
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cFtc
MUSIC FROM LA MANCHA, performed by the
Musket cast, Thursday, October 26, 4 p.m. at Canter-
bury Loft, 332 S.,State Street, second floor, next to
Nickels Arcade. 27F1026
SEPARATED/DIVORCED WORKSHOP
For men, women in transition. Weekend Nov. 3-5.
$25 registration plus sliding scale. Bob, Margaret
Blood, 769-0046. cF1102
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK-769-0560
1217 S. University
cFtc

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.
30H1028
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. ;4H 1026
TOUCH FOOTBALL
OFFICIALS NEEDED
Contact Sandy Sanders, 763-1313, Intramural Sports
Building, Dept. of Recreational Sports. 01H1026
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
CLEANING PERSON, responsible with transpor-
tation (dial-a-ride), 4 hours (more) on Wednesdays,
Thursdays, or Fridays. $4/hr. to start. Call 665-
6853 after 4 p.m. 64H 1026
SCIENCE MAJORS-Biology, Chemistry, Physics,
Math. Peace Corps has challenging jobs for you in
Asia, South America and Africa. Must be U.S.
citizen, married/single, no dependents. No upper
age limit. Contact Peace Corps through the Place-
ment Office, 3rd floor, Student Activities Bldg.
Make appointments for October 25, 26 or 27 with
representative. 22H1025
TRANSCRIBERS NEEDED for exciting oral history
project. Call Bret, 663-4999; Ellen, 995-9763. dH1026

ADDRESSERS WANTED IMMEDIATELY! Work
at home-no experience necessary-excellent pay.
Write American Service, 8350 Park Lane, Suite 127,
Dallas, TX 75231. 65H1104
PUBLIC HEALTH majors. Peace Corps is looking
for volunteers with your background to help with
projects in Asia, Africa & South America. Paid.
travel, living allowance, medical benefits. Must be
U.S. citizen, single/married, no dependents. No
upper age limit. Contact Peace Corps through the
Placement Office, 3rd floor, Student Activities
Bldg. Make appointments for October 25, 26 or 27
with representative. 23H1025
FORESTERS. Developing countries need your for-
estry background/degreeto improve their natural
resources. As a Peace Corps volunteer you can put
your skills to work. Paid travel, living expenses,
medical benefits. Must be U.S. citizen, married/
single, no dependents. No upper age limit. Contact
the Peace Corps through the Placement Office, 3rd
floor, Student Activities Bldg. Make appointments
for October 25, 26 or 27 with representative. 25H1025
FISHERIES/MARINE BIOLOGISTS. Use your
experience as a Peace Corps volunteer. Developing
nations in South America, Africa & Asias need salt
and fresh water fisheries experts. Paid travel, living
allowance, medical benefits. Must be U.S. citizen,
single/married, no dependents. No upper age limit.
Contact the Peace Corps through the Placement
Office, 3rd floor, Student Activities Bldg. Make
appointments for October 25, 26 or 27 with represen-
tative. 24H1025
AFTERNOON DELIGHT has immediate prep posi-
tion open; full or part-time. Apply in person at
251 E. Liberty. 96H1026

ROOM IN HOUSE or apartment with Christians.
Near camous. Call Jim. 429-4294. 92L1026

TWO JEWISH females in beautiful bi-level apart-
ment need 2 roommates winter term. Excellent
atmosphere for studying, good times. Call 994-6575.
85Y1028

CASH FOR STAMPS! Collections and accumulations
of older postage stamps wanted. Call 665-5996.

ALTERNATIVE Energy Publications-both jour-
nals and books-are at Ann Arbor's alternative
book shop. A Periodical Retreat, 336% S. State,
663-0215. cM 1025
SPEED READING
Learn speed reading/study skills. Registration Wed.
& Thurs. 25-26. Cost $25. UM Reading Center, 764-
9481. 16M1026
WE ARE A Periodical Retreat, making available
important and hard-to-find books, periodicals, and
posters. 336 S. State. cM1026
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
Need help in getting pounds off?
WEIGHT REDUCTION GROUP
Program will emphasize patterns of healthy eating
and physical fitness. Tentative plan includes film,
talks, group discussions, and possibly some form of
physical exercise. Input of group members into
program design will meet from 4-5 p.m. 1 day a
week for 5 weeks at the University Health Service.
Group size is limited to 15. Please call Irene Hieber,
days 763-0224 or Ingrid, eves. 973-9859 for reserva-
tion. p90M1031

STEREO RECEIVER, Realistic, 44 w/ch ec. $135.
Burhol speakers, ec. $150.
Phase Linear 700B amp. $350 w/ch ec. $475.
Shortwave Receiver DX-150A, .5-30 mhz, ec. $100.
995-5340,764-3690. 72X1026
HARPSICHORD, Zuckermann, concert size, rose-
wood. 568-5787 days; 562-2091 eves. and weekends.
66X1029
USED BUNDY CLARINET, good shape, $150. Call
Larry at 761-9431. cXtc
USED SLINGERLAND 5 piece drum set. Call Don
at 761-9431. cXtc
USED GEMEINHARDT FLUTE, closed hole. Call
Larry, 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
CURIOUS HEARTY SOULS sought for culture and
nature oriented Himalayan adventures. Journey's,
995-4658. cPtc

BAILABLE NOW-One large, beautiful room for
emale in five-bedroom house. Close to campus.
120/month plus utilities. Call 995-0786 or 995-0724.
96C1027
EMALE WANTED to take over lease on one bed-
oom In two bedroom apt. near river. Phone 662-
712. 68C1031
ELF-STORAGE UNITS, $18/month. The Storage
best, 663-6443. y 74C 1104
VAILABLE NOW-Dorm lease, female upper-
lass/graduate, Baits double. Call Shelly, 995-8965
ersistently. 70C1029
IGLE FURNISHED ROOM across from Burns
ark. Single bath. Park in front. $100/mo. for No-
ember and December, then $120. 665-7415. 87C1027
LOOM FOR FOURTH Person in our home near
lowntown. $110/month, plus deposit. 769-7088.
dC1025
ARGE 2-BDRM. furnished apt. located across
rom U-M stadium. Available Oct. 16. $378/mo.
ncludes heat, water, free parking and balcony.
4ear campus bus stop. Call 994-3955. San Souci
\partments,1036 S. Main. cCtc
kVAILALBE-One large bedroom in modern
rnished two-bedroom apartment. Walking distance
campus. Parking facilities available. Female
esired. 1028 Fuller, $185/month, utilities included.
all Cindy at 995-0585 or 662-0192. dCtc
VAILABLE-One large bedroom in modern
urnished two-bedroom apartment. Walking distance
o campus. Parking facilities available. Female
esired. 1028 Fuller. $185/month, utilities included.
all Cindy at 662-0192. dCtc

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typing, binding and printing. Ask about our 10%
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WANTED-Ride to Athens, Ohio on 10/27-28th for
Halloween Festival. Jean,.996-0184. 80G1025

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. 42H1025
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. Call 764-0558. dHtc
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 Hcall.
531H 1026

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE

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ACE
Nail
Circ
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Edited by Margaret Farrar and'
© 1978 Los Angeles Times Syndicat
[OSS 52 Seraph
's cousin 56 sure
le of light 58 Dinner course
atrous 61 Day before
a feast

15 --my word!
16 List of candidates
17 Day of Carnival
19 Permit
20 D.D. Eisenhower's
command
21 Rail - (put
through in hast)
23 Dolomites
24 Perry Mason's
Girl Friday
26 Everlasting, old
style
28 Person to whom a
a check is made
over
31 Greek letter
34 Administrative
- : Abbr.
37 USNA grad
38 Courtyards
40 - made
42 Fish hawks
43 Day-
44 Links, place
45 Fictional terrier
46 - of Marmara
47 Men of letters
50 Fabulous bird of
Egypt: Var.

62 Have --to pick
64 Excuse for a kiss
66 Scrounge
67 Edison's middle
name
68 Channel Island
69 Certain dogs, for
short
70 Fiber clusters
71 Depots: Abbr.
DOWN
1 Softened, as color
2 Winged
3 Burnett of TV
4 Leather
5 Novelist.Victor
6 Harbor of Guam
7 Stevedores
8 Sudden attacks
9 Sacred poem:
Abbr.
10 John - , Poe's
godfather
11 The Hirshhorn and
others
12 Above
13 Front-page head-.
lines
18 Mideast land

Trude Jaffe
ie
22 Of the briny
depths
25 River of oblivion
27 Gather a harvest
29 Tooth substance
30 Pronoun
32 19th cent. Ameri-
can dramatist
Charles Hale -
33 Mountain in
Thessaly
34 Biblical shepherd-
prophet
35 Trustworthy
36 Actor's album
39 Retinue
41 Capri, for one
42 Poetic "over"
44 Formed by
weaving
48 "Wiz" role
49 Chinese money
51 Consequently
53 Ascertain
54 City of S. Portugal
55 Culinary herbs
56 Pound down
57 Orchestral
instrument
59 Useful French
abbr.
60 Greek letters
63 Interrogative
sounds
65 Feminine suffix
19 110 il1 2 il 3

COUNTRY SCHOOL CHILD care worker, 3-5, Mon.-
Fri. $3/hr. Own transportation. 971-6625 evenings.
92H1027
CASHIER/BOOKKEEPER-Evenings and week-
ends. Experience preferred. Apply in person 10-4
Monday-Friday. Fred Sklaar International, Briar-
wood Mall. 97H1104
MINI-COMPUTER Programmers Needed-Needs
mini-computer experience, interactive systems pro-
gramming, and data base management. Will help
design and implement hierarchal computer net-
work, and develop application programs. Potential
three year positions effective immediately. Contact
Michigan State University Employment Office, 110
Nisbet Bldg., East Lansing, MI 48824. 95H1029
BASS PLAYER AND DRUMMER, need for C and W
band. 995-9459, 663-5378, 971-3621. 71H1028
SALESPERSON-Part-time in the largest computer
store in the country. Responsible for phone and
counter sales. Exposure to computers, sales, or
terminals required. Immed. opening. If you want to
be involved with the latest in microcomputers, this
is the place for you. Contact Randy Wright, 994-
4445. 82H1028
GUITAR SALES PERSON wanted. Full time.
Mature, responsible. For appointment, 761-9431
before 5:00. cH1026
WEEKEND or full-time COOK WANTED for fra-
ternity house. Salary negotiable. Phone 761-5654.
dH1031
Work Study
Librarian
If you are a work study student and want a chal-
lenging, goodpaying job for now or Winter term.
you should see us. The Michigan Daily has an
opening for a librarian to maintain our records and
organize our files. Up to 20 hours a week. Library
Science students especially encouraged but all
students may apply. Call 764-0552 and ask for David
or Gregg. Or, stop by the Daily, 2nd floor, Student
Pub. Bldg.. 420 Maynard Street. dHtc
D)ETROIT NEWS MOTOR ROUTES
Part-times morning delivery in Ann Arbor. 20
hrs./wek. $75/wk. 668-1733. 76H1029
SERVICE DESK ATTENDANT, part-time. Contact
Mr. McKinney at Ann Arbor Y, 663-0536. 78H1028
ENVIRONMENTALIST & ENVIRONMENTAL ED.
majors needed for Peace Corps projects in Asia,
Africa & S. America. Unusual jobs for qualified
people. Must be U.S. citizen, married/single, ro
dependents. No upper age limit. Contact Peace
Corps through the Placement Office, 3rd floor,
Student Activities Bldg. Make appointments for
October 25, 26, or 27 with representative. p95H1026
EAT FREE with Delta Sigma Delta Dental Fra-
ternity. Kitchen help needed. Monday-Friday. Good
food. Call 761-6616. 91H1008
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
D)avs or close shifts, starting wage for closers is
$2.85/hour. Call between 9-11 or 2-5, ask for Kevin
or Howard, 994-4:367. 29H1031
URBAN PLANNERS are wanted for VISTA (Volun-
teers In Service To America). Projects all over the
U.S. Design new towns, renovate old, work in
re-hab housing. Low-income communities need your
skills. Contact VISTA through the Placement Office,
3rd floor, Student Activities Bldg. Make appoint-
ments for October 25, 26 or 27 with representative.
18H1025
FRANCAIS. Est-ce que vous voulez faire quelque
chose de special avec votre capacite de parler la
language francaise? Contactez le corps de la Paix
a the Placement Office, 3rd floor, Student Activities
Bldg. Make appointments for October 25, 26 or 27
with representative. 17H1025
SOCIAL WORKERS/SOCIOLOGISTS. Volunteers In
Service To America offers you grass-roots experi-
ence in counseling, guidance, social work, etc. Your
degree could qualify you for programs in health
ed, preventive medicine, adult literacy, pre-school.
Positions available all over U.S. Travel, living
expenses and medical benefits. Contact VISTA
through the Placement Office, 3rd floor, Student
Activities Bldg. Make appointments for Oct. 25, 26
or 27 with representative. 10H1025
NURSING grads needed in developing countries.
Work in rural clinics, teach, supervise ward care.
Unusual jobs for qualified people. Contact Peace
Corps through the Placement Office, 3rd floor, Stu-
dent Activities Bldg. Make appointments for October
25, 26 Or 27 with representative. 06H1025
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
rrST s R UrB RACK

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
9002i(213)477-8226. cJ1128

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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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'77 TRANS AM. Sterling Silver. Full power, A/C,
AM-FM, tape deck, rear defroster, tilt steering,
luggage carrier, radial tires, 13,000 miles, mint
condition. $6550. Call 2-6 p.m.,764-0550. dN1029
1975 PACER-X. AM/FM stereo, rustproofed, new
radials and brakes. Good condition. 665-9575, eve-
nings. . 86N1031
CAPRI, 1964, 4 speed, 4 cyl., AM/FM, excellent
condition, new clutch. $1975/best offer. 665-2852.
81 N 1029
TOYOTA '73 Corolla 5 speed. AM/FM cassette,
NEW: tires, shocks, exhaust. $600 or best offer.
663-0223 before 10; after 6. 80N1027
'78 TORONADO. Light blue, power-loaded, 5,000
miles. $7,600. 517-423-4038 mornings or weekends.
93N1101
'73 CATALINA-400 engine, A/C, power steering,
62,000 miles. Good condition. $590. 994-0805, 85N1031
Chevy Caprice '73, 4 door, air, power steering and
brakes, automatic, AM/FM, vinyl roof, 994-4082
days, 485-8046 eves. 56N1056
'71 MUSTANG-Excellent mech. cond. Some rust.
$300 neg. Bill at 663-6430. 07N1028
74 PINTO Squire Wagon-New tires, new brakes.
gas shield, air, excellent condition. $1500. 971-3708.
32N 1025

WRITING SERVICES. Creative, Technical Copy.
Editing, Research, Typing. Experienced Profes-
sional. 996-0566. cJlOtc
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.

WANTED-Two Minnesota tickets (together pre-
ferred). Also three Purdue tickets together. Susan,
994-4320, eves. 61Q1027
NEED FOUR TICKETS together for Purdue game.
665-4028, evenings. dQtc
WANTED-Two or four good Minnesota tickets.
Call McDonnell at 717-352-7590 evenings, collect.
83Q1026
WANTED--U-M football tickets. Call Ken, 425-7125.
49Q1031

Aitna's
recruitinilg

'74 CHEVY CAPRICE CLASSIC 2-dr. hardtop. New
brakes and transmission. Good transportation. Call
483-5973 eves. before 11. dN

NEEDED-ONE ROOM for two near or on campus
for 3 weeks in November. Call 764-0639, leave mes-
sage for Ellen. 19E1026
The
Peace
Corps is
alive and
well and,
waiting
for you.
All your life you've
wanted to do something im-
port ant for the world. Now a
lot of the world needs you to
do it. We need volunteers with
skills and all kinds of practical
knowledge. Call toll free:
800-424-8580. Peace
corps
This Newspaper &
~..OUK.IiThe Advertising Council

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your campus.
fEtna Life & Casualty has a continual
need for good people. Ambitious people.
People heavy with potential. People we can
train for rewarding careers-
In investment financing, engineering,
business administration, computer analy-
sis, actuarial science, accounting, under-
writing and communications.
Discover how fEtna Life & Casualty can
be the catalyst that ignites your growth po-
tential.
Stop by and talk with our campus re-
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