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November 1, 1978-The Michigan Daily

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HERE'S A riddle to spice up your week:
HOW DO YOU GET DOWN FROM AN ELEPHANT?
The answer will be in tomorrow's paper.
dF1101
SLIM, 49, LADY SEEKS tall, slender, professional
gentleman for cultural and sports events. Write to
Box No. Bin care of Michigan Daily. p77F1110
19-YEAR-OLD VIVACIOUS big-chested blonde,
wishes to meet handsome, interesting, sincere, well-
endowed man. Interests include athletics, music and
good times. Serious inquiries only. Contact Suzy
Fluzy, Bdx 13, Michigan Daily. dF1103
CONSERVATORY RESTAURANT at Second
Chance, 516 East Liberty, open for breakfast 7
a.m.-10:30 a.m., Monday through Friday. cFil15
JEALOUSY IN MULTIPLE RELATIONSHIPS
WORKSHOP for couples, individuals. Weekend
Nov. 10-12. $25 registration plus sliding scale. Bob,
Margaret Blood, 769-0046. cF1111
U OFM NO. 1
Where the hell is La Salle?
63F1107
FEMALE VOCALIST wishes to work with soft
rock band. 662-5770 for Ann. 62F1 104
BOWLING AT THE UNION. "It's like you left it!"
Open 10 a.m. 60ยข per game. cF1102
AWARENESS COURSE Gro ndspring Counseling
has class openings: Integrative Awareness, An
Introduction to Bioenergetics. Six sessions, Mon-
days 6-7 p.m., beginning November 7th. Fee-
$45.00. Alice Brunner, PhP, 663-9530, Marvin Parnes,
M.S.W., 665-4389. 73F1103
MATH TUTOR, any course. Ph.D., very experi-
enced. Call after 10 p.m. anytime, 995-9513. p20F1103
CAKES, SONGS, SMILES, KISSES (or any com-,
bination there of). WE DELIVER. 663-1245 before
noon. cFtq
Young couple seeks bi-woman, attractive, for mutual
fun. Reply Michigan Daily, Box 6. 44F1101
JEWISH STUDENTS, get away from it all with a
weekend at Camp Tamarack. It is an hour away
from most campuses and far enough to leave behind
the burden of school. Our guest, Moshe Waldowm, an
exciting and slightly crazy Jewish leader who will be
discussing Judaism and sexuality and Jewish;
humor. It is a chance to meet Jewish students from
MSU and Wayne State University. The weekend is
from' late Friday, Noyember 3 to early Sunday,
November 5. Please reserve as soon as possible. For
information and a reservation please call Hillel, 663-
3336. Complete cost for weekend is $14.50. cF1101
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK-769-0560
1217S. University
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COPIES: 3%t' each, overnight.
Lowest Prices! Fastest Service!
Accu-Copy, 524 E. William 769-8338
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Jewish students in the Hill area drop in hours are
held weekly on Tuesdays from 6:30-8:30 in Klein
Lounge in Alice Lloyd and from 4:30-6:15 Thursdays
4402 Markley for conversation and nosh. sponsored
by Hill Jewish Student Activities office.
cF1101. *
EXAMINATION JITTERS?
We have a few remaining openings for students in
our biofeedback-assisted anxiety reduction .pro-
gram. Phone 764-6311 or 764-8567 for more informa-
tion. Program under the direction of Dr. James
Papsdorf. A U. of M. Service-Research program.
19F1103
DECEMBER GRADUATES-Curious, hearty, souls
sought for culture and nature oriented Himalayan
adventures. Journeys, 995-4658. cFtc
SEPARATED/DIVORCED WORKSHOP
For men, women in transition. Weekend Nov. 3-5.
$25 registration plus sliding scale. Bob, Margaret
Blood, 769-0046. ,IcF1102

"We make you feel better," U-M Stylists at the
Union. Chet, Dave, Harold. cFlll
ARTWORLDS
Institute of Creative Arts
Winter Workshops '78-'79

ART
Oil Painting
Acrylic Painting
Water Color Painting
Life Drawing
Sketching
Graphics
Calligraphy
Batik
Macrame
Silkscreen
Pottery
Glass Blowing
DANCE
Ballet
Modern
Creative Dance
Jazz
Blues & Jazz
Afro Dance
Ballroom
Disco
Beledi
f ~ PHCTO
Darkroom
Camera/Darkroom
Color Printing & Developing
Color Slide Developing
Cibachrome Printing
Lighting & Effects
Portraits, Informal
Portraits, Studio
Figure Photography
FASHION/GLAMOUR, ADV.
MODELING
Live Modeling
Advanced Photo Modeling
Modeling for Photography I
PHYSICAL ARTS
Yoga, Hatha
Tai Chi Chian
Polar Energetics
Acupressure
ASSOCIATED WORKSHOPS
Fencing: Ann Arbor Sword club
Karate: Shorin Ryu
Etching & Lithography
Information & Registration:
Request Free Catalogues
ARTWORLDS994-8400
213 So. Main, Ann Arbor, Mi. 48108

Babysitter. M Th F 9-2:00, T all day. Pay negotiable.
10 month old child. Mary, 663-1614. 45H1101
PART TIME HELP now hiring part-time through
Christmas, counter Clerks and Warehouse
personnel, approximately 8-20 hours/week, days and
evenings available. Apply in Person: CENTURY
HOUSE, 2111 Packard, Ann Arbor. 54H1102
Delivery people wanted, Dominos Pizza, must be 18,
available evenings and weekends. Apply to nearest
Ann Arbor Domino's Pizza.
58H1104
After school care for boys 9 andi11. Close to campus.
Drivers license needed. Wages negotiable. 663-9885
or 668-6772. 41H1102
THE OLD TOWN is interviewing waitresses and
bartenders interested in immediate employment or
future consideration. Phone David at 662-9291.
43H1103

ENGLiSH LESS1ONS for foreign people. Exper-
enced teacher, M.A. TEFL. Call Faye, 663-6236,
6-8 p.m. 74J1105
TYPING/BINDING
" Dissertations
" Theses/Term papers
* Business/Letters/Resumes
* Legal
Judie Birsdall 665-9843
612 S. Forest Suite B
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10% DISCOUNT on many hardcover and paperback
books this week only at Ann Arbor's alternative
bookshop. A Periodical Retreat, 336% S, State,
phone 663-0215. cJ1103-
Thesis Typing
I.B.M. Selectric II
981-1056
34J 1102
IMPROVE YOUR dRADES! Send $1.00 for your
256-page, mail order catalog of Collegiate Research.
10,250 topics listed. Box 25907-B, Los Angeles, CR
90025(213) 477-8226. cJ1128

" Dissertations
- Theses/Term papers
* Business/Letters/Resumes
eLegal

TNG/BINDING

Judie Birdsall
612 S. Forest

DISSERTATION &
MANUSCRIPT TYPING
Free spelling, grammar, punctution and cleanup
RACKHAM QUALITY GUARANTEED
Reasonable Rates
KATHY BLACK-665-3416
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PROFESSIONAL EDITING
for the final quality
of the manuscript

665-9843
Suite B
CAC

Ruth Gladstone-769-2931
(Contined on Page7)

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CONSUMER ACTIVISTS
MICHIGAN CITIZENS LOBBY is looking for ener-
getic and committed people for fund-raising and
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. 48H1102
RECEPTIONIST-Part-time, flexible hours, good
salary. Call 662-3776. 51H1105
WORK/STUDY POSITION open for student to work
with the Aftercare Program at the University.
Contact Gary Miller, 763-5320, 9-5. h OH i 05
Assistant manager of two downtown office buildings,
minor mechanical repairs, routine maintenance and
cleanup. Part-time, flexible hours. Peter Allen, 995-
5221. 15H1110
TOUCH FOOTBALL
OFFICIALS NEEDED
Contact Sandy Sanders, 763-1313, Intramural Sports
Building, Dept. of Recreational Sports. 27H1103
KITCHEN HELP NEEDED for Sorority. Hours
flexible; $3/hr. Call Chris at 663-5331. 16H1102
PIZZA DRIVERS
Must be 18, no car necessary, part time, one, two
or three nights a week. Apply in person only after
4:30 p.m. Omega Pizza, 101 Washtenaw Place,
across from Couzen's Hall. 1OH1101

CAREER in Computer Systems
ANN ARBOR, COMPUTER
a subsidiary of the
JERVIS B. WEBB COMPANY
Offers an Exciting career
in Computer Systems
We have immediate openings for:
" REAL-TIME APPLICATIONS PROGRAMMER
This is a permanent full-time position for a person with experience in the
real-time applications of mini computers. Experience in Hewlett-Packard
computers is particularly applicable. This position involves all phases of
soft ware including installation and checkout at the customer's location.
Ability to interact with other trades and the customer is essential.
" SYSTEMS ANALYST
Our Systems Department needs an experienced mini/micro computersys-
tems analyst with overall system design capabilities and a strong soft wear
orientation to work in systems design/product development/marketing
support.
Experience in real-time operating systems and on-line control applica-
tions is essential. Solid writing skills and ability to communicate and work
with others are very important. A working knowledge of structured
programming and distributed control concepts is highly desirable.
These opportunities are for salaried positions and include
a comprehensive company-paid benefits package. Come
grow with us! Call our Personnel Manager or send your
resume'with salary requirements to:
ANN ARBOR COMPUTER CORPORATION
415 West Huron Street
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN 48103

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

CAC

MAKE LOVE!-NOTWAR
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings

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EJAT FREE with Delta Sigma Delta Dental Fra-
ternity. Kitchen help needed. Monday-Friday. Good
food. Call 761-6616. 91H1108
PRETZEL BELL is now accepting applications for
waiters-waitresses, salad persons, and buspersons.
Apply in person, 120 E. Liberty. 68H1108
WEBER'S INN-Part-time kitchen help, good pay,
free meal benefits. Call 769-0486, ask for Bill. 71H1107
PART-TIME HELP WANTED. Must be able to
work mornings. Experience preferred. Apply in
person. Saks Fifth Ave. 70H1104
FRONT DESK MANAGER and NIGHT AUDITOR.
Apply Weber's Inn, 3050 Jackson Rd. 66H1108
DOWNTOWN RACQUETBALL CLUB. Desk person
wanted. Mature individual to handle reservation
desk and pro shop. Part time days preferred. Knowl-
edge of racquetball helpful. Downtown Racquetball
Club, 663-3333. 68H1103
KITCHEN HELP NEEDED to wait tables, FREE
meals, Call 668-1832, Psi Upsilon Frat. 79H1105
SALES HELP NEEDED, selling experience neces-
sary. Apply in person, Minnesota Fabrics, Maple
Village. 75H111
Work Study
Librarian
If you are a work study student and want a chal-
lenging, good paying 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, $4 an
hour. Library Science students especially encour-
aged but all students may apply. Call 764-0552 and
ask for David or Gregg. Or, stop by the Daily,
2nd floor, Student Publ. Bldg., 420 Maynard Street.
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SECURITY GUARDS
.Full-time, part-time, 11:30 p.m.-7:30 a.m., CAMPUS
ASSIGNMENTS.
State Security Services
1000 Cornwell Place
Ann Arbor, 668-0444
17H1119
ADDRESSERS WANTED IMMEDIATELY! Work
at home-no experience necessary-excellent pay.
Write American Service, 8350 Park Lane, Suite 127,
Dallas, TX 75231. 65H1104
IMMEDIATE OPENING-Mr. Tony's Submarine,
342 S. State, full and part time help wanted, apply
within, 9-5 p.m. 04H1108
DETROIT NEWS MOTOR ROUTES
Part-time morning delivery in Ann Arbor. Approxi-
mately 20 hrs./wk. 668-1733. 33H1104
WEEKEND or full-time COOK WANTED for fra-
ternity house. Salary negotiable. Phone 761-5654.
dH1031
CASHIER/BOOKKEEPER-Evenings and week-
ends. Experience preferred. Apply in person 10-4
Monday-Friday. Fred Sklaar International, Briar-
wood Mall. 97H1104'

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Composer
Copland
Shape anew
Run the course
again
Take-
Spring time
Certain
impressions
Kindle
l Feigned bashful-
ness
Point toward
which our sun is
moving
Charity
Swell: Brit. slang
Wife of Odysseus
In - (secretly):
It.
SOut-of-the-way
place
Lacquer
ingredient
Sheeplike
Vaquero's rope
Go-
(deteriorate)
Woe is me!
Sea, arm of the
Arctic Ocean
Eastern title
Rudely brief
Fencer's blade
Mod's home

an equal opportunity employer

761-2151

mflindfs. t
MITRE is an organization that faces the challenge of minds over
matter each day.
We know that our unique resource is the human mind. And that
the minds we seek are those that need to know they will be working with
other professionals on challenging and significant problems.
As a nonprofit corporation operating in the public interest, our
systems engineering projects provide answers to problems assigned to
us by a score of national, state and local governmental agencies.
At MITRE we will demand alot from you. And we expect you to
demand a lot from us. Because at MITRE, minds matter.
Entry-level career assignments now exist for graduates to work
on project areas that include Command and Control. Systems, Informa-
tion Processing Systems, Electronic Surveillance and Communications
Systems.
We want to talk to Electrical Engineering, Computer Science,
and Mathematics majors.
We want to tell you about the work we're doing. Work that you
could be doing too. In Digital Information Systems . Data Handling
and Reduction - Microprogramming Techniques . Microprocessor
Applications . Software Development . System Analyses . Tactical
Control Systems Engineering and Artificial Intelligence Software
Design and Applications.
And that's not all. We want you to know about the work w 're
doing in Telecommunications * Voice Communications " Microwave
and Digital Signal Processing . Radar Design . Digital Data Communi-
cations . Satellite Systems and Terminals - Circuit Message and
Packet Switching Techniques.
We invite your further interest in MITRE, a place where
minds matter.
Please make arrangements with your Placement Office to view
our 12 minute color video tape presentation.
MITRE will be-at
University of Michigan
on
November 7, 1978
Sign up at your Placement Office for an on-campus interview
with a member of our technical staff. If this isn't convenient, mail your
resume to:
The MITRE Corporation
Collegie Relations

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