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FOUND-A camera 11/8/78. Call Nancy. 995-3790.
FOUND-Camera. Call Medlin, 761-1070 to claim.
HOUSEMATE DESIRED-Next to campus. Cooper-
ative cooking._$100-125/month. Call 668-8343. 61C1 114
FURNISHED ROOM on campus in clean, quiet
house. $105.662-5552. 08C1114
.OST-Japanese paper wallet: checkbook, driver's
cense, student I.D. Reward. 995-9473; eenings.,
.ST DOG-Small shepard with flop ears. Black
ack. brown face, black eyeliner. Female. Disap-
ered 10/26. Missed terribly. Substantial reward for
iformation leading to return. Call 662-1867 or 663-
J)ST-GHEY FEMALE RUSSIAN BLUE, lost on
ov. 1, has white flea collar. Please call 996-0174.
AVAILABLE-LARGE ROOM for male. $165 includ-
ing utilities, on campus, no cooking. 663-3886. 74C1114
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, 1036 S. Main. cCtc
RANT MOVING SALE-Art supplies, clothing.
Arniture, kitchen stuff: valuable Noretake china,
ollector's item: plants. Sat.-Sun., 10-5: Tues. 10-5.
488 Dalton Ave. 973-2586. dB
NN ARBOR-THE ANTIQUES MARKET, Sunday,
lovember 12. 5055 Saline-Ann Arbor Road. Exit
5 off 1-94. "Your Invitation to Christmas Antiques
hopping." over 225 dealers, everything guaranteed
>r authenticity. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. (come anytime after
a.m. when dealers arrive). 49B1110
WO 10-SPEED BIKES. One needs new tire-$100,
ther like new-$120. Prices negotiable. 971-4605.
.EVOX A77 reel-to-reel. Peugot PX10 racing bike.
at. 769-5665 evenings/leave message. 13B1113
COED FRATERNITY is looking for a new female
memberto move in with-a roommate. Great food
and great people. A fun living experience. Inex-
pensive-only $200 per month. Call Cherie, 995-
2615. dE 1112
ROOM AND BOARD-One space for female avail-
able immediately in Debs Co-op. 761-1238. 80E1110
TWO FEMALE SPACES available in N. Campus
co-ops: Includes great meals, laundry and utilities.
$160 monthly. Call Carol P. or Carol H. 663-6260.
DELECTABLE DELIS 6-7 p.m.
1429 Hill. $1.50 Sandwich/side.
nuays at nillel,
"FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED to share 3
drm. house with fireplace, 2 baths, double garage,
Swooded fenced-in lot. Avail. Dec. 16. $155 plus
ilities. Call 973-2586.. dC
PT./ROOMS at a Jewish rooming house. Low
'ices. 995-3276/769-3078 eCtc
BEDROOM APARTMENT available Jan.-May.
xcellent location. Absolutely beautiful for 3-4
tople. Call anytime,.995-0549. 06C1116
\E FEMALE SPACE in a two bedroom, 4 girl
iartment. Close to campus, across from Pizza
obs. Rent $92.50/month, avail. mid-Dec. 665-5947.
EMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED to share extreme.
convenient modern furnished 2 bedroom apt.
th 3 other girls. Available for immediate occu-
ncy in University Towers. $108/month, utilities
eluded. Friendly and quiet roommates. 662-5770.
3ACIOUS two-bedroom apartment in house avail-
.le January 1st through August 31. Two minutes
om campus in quiet neighborhood. Call 995-4540
rsistently. dCll 12
PACIOUS two-bedroom apartment in house
'ailable January 1st through August 31. Two
nutes from campus in quiet neighborhood. Call
5-4540 persistently. dC1 111
JRNISHED ROOM in 3-bedroom townhouse. Avail-
le now. $99/month. Call 995-4384 after 5 p.m.
WOMEN NEED studious roommate. Great apart-
ent/location. $103/month. Call 996-0471. 18C1 110
OMEN TO SHARE two bedroom apartment with
e other. $173/month. Available now. 66'3994.
VO SPACES. Co-op House. Winter term. $150/
onth. Room/board/utilities/laundry) Near
mpus, friendly atmosphere. Call Lauren or Jon-
han, 761-1237.761-1238 or leave message. 05C1112
/AILABLE-One large bedroom in modern
rnished two-bedroom apartment. Walking distance
campus. Parking facilities available. Female
sired. 1028 Fuller. $185/month, utilities included.
ill Cindy at 662-0192. dCtc
Have a gooey day. Kiss Crin on the lips, you'll feel
better. Hope you had a ball at the hospital (er,
sorry). Love, Ruddy. dF1112
7:30 P.M., MONDAY. November 13th. Professor
Yigal Shiloh of Hebrew University, head of a new
archeological dig in David City, site of the original
Jerusalem, will speak on "Excavating the City of
David" at Hillel Foundation, 1429 Hill St. cF1112
(A Farewell to the Shabbos Queen)
Special Feature: Rabbi Mendel Futerfas, noted
Russian Jewish activist who sat in prison 8 years
and was separated from his family for 10 years for
his underground work. Speaks on
Survival of Judaism in Russia
Sat., Nov.' 11, 8 p.m. Chabad House, 715 Hill St.
JEWISH STUDENTS in the Hill dorm, there will
be a wine and cheese party with folk-singer Ricky
Gondelman Sunday, Nov. 12, 4:30-6 p.m. in the Con-
course lounge at Markley. Sponsored by Hill Jewish
Student Activities Office. cF111I1
UNITED JEWISH Student Appeal-organizational
meeting Sunday, Nov. 12, 5:30 p.m. at Hillel, 1429
Hill St. cF1112
ALL CAMPUS HOEDOWN AND HAYRIDE!
Meet at 7:30 Friday night (Nov. 10) for a hayride
and square dance. We will be leaving from the
Wesley Lounge (602 E., Huron in the First United
Methodist Church Building) to go to Sugarbush
Farm. Cost is $5 per person. Everybody is invited.
JEWISH GRAD STUDENTS and Singles-There will
be a grad brunch at Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Sunday,
Nov. 12 at 11 a.m. Guest speaker, Allan Alter,
"Anti-Semetism in Soviet Press & Media." eFl 111
PRIMAL/FEELING THERAPY - The Personal
Growth Center, 403 Miller, 971-0102: cFtc
HAYRIDE AND SQUARE DANCE, this Friday,
Nov. 10, at Sugarbush Farm. Call NOW to make
reservation (668-6881) or just meet us at 7:30 p.m.
on Friday at the Wesley Lounge (602 E. Huron-
in the First United Methodist Church Building .
Cost is $5per person. Everyone is invited! cF l10
Students meet at Chabad House for a Shabaton,
series of lectures, workshops, speakers: Rabbi
Kagan from the United Kingdom, Rabbi Capland
from Australia. Theme: IN SEARCH FOR THE
KING. Friday, Nov. 10-5 p.m. and Sat.-10 a.m.
at Chabad House, 715 Hill Street. 99 L-E-A-R-N,
THE UNITED STATES Marine Corps Officer
Selection Team will be in Ann Arbor every Monday
and Tuesday to conduct interviews for the Platoon
Leaders CLASS (PLC) OFFICER CANDIDATE
PROGRAMS. University of Michigan Freshmen,
Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors may apply now for
guaranteed employment upon graduation. For more
information call toll free 800-292-5920. 87F1203
STEVEN, I LOVE YOU AND NEED YOU.
PLEASE COME HOME. CALL, ANYTHING.
OTHERS TOO.,MOMMY. 29F1210
NEED INFORMATION for term paper on intimate
student-faculty relationships. CONFIDENTIAL. Call
RESEARCH SUBJECTS-Women, not mothers,
ages 23-30 for study of women's identity in relation-
ships with men. $20/3 interviews. Call 8-5 weekdays
SPANKERS-Here's a new switch. Let's stop beat-
ing around the bush, get to the bottom of it all.
and see what we can whip up. Make contact with
Box 2215,Ann Arbor MI 48106. 77F1110
CREATIVE ABSURDITY TO GO
We deliver warmth, love, and comic relief for any
occasion.663-1245 before noon. cFtc
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
1217 S. University
$6/HR. WORK-STUDY student only. LSA-Student
Government seeks qualified secretary interested in
political issues. Contact Kathy at 663-2139 for more
CONSERVATORY RESTAURANT at Second
Chance, 516 East Liberty, open for breakfast 7
a.m.-10:30 a.m., Monday through Friday. cF1115
JEALOUSY IN MULTIPLE RELATIONSHIPS
WORKSHOP for couples, individuals. Weekend
Nov. 10-12. $25 registration plus sliding scale. Bob,
Margaret Blood, 769-0046. cF1lll
COPIES: 312 each, overnight.
Lowest Prices! Fastest Service!
Accu-Copy, 524 E. William 769-8338
BUSINESSMAN NEEDS assistance with cleaning
and chores in office and residence. Reply to Box
16, Michigan Daily. 94H1111
PROGRAMMER-Operate an Inter-data computer
and act as a consultant for users. Programming
ranges from Fortran applications to assembly lan-
guage device drivers and system modification
period. Hours are variable. 15 hours per week
minimum. Contact Sue MacLeod, 763-5244, 2-5 p.m.
Part time, apply in person at Harry's Army Sur-
plus, 201 E. Washington. 10111116
16 MEALS A WEEK for light kitchen clean-up
work. Central campus. 994-6520. 07HI 111
COOK WANTED lunch, dinners. Small group, new
kitchen, 5days/week, $120. 761-5960. 40H112
Cashier/bookkeeper-evenings and weekends.
Experience preferred. Apply in person 10-4 Monday-
Friday. Fred Sklaar International, Briarwood Mall.
Full-time, part-time, 11:30 p.m.-7:30 a.m., C
State Security Services
1000 Cornwell Place
Ann Arbor, 668-0444
PERSONS NEEDED for photographer woi
portfolio. Payment dependent on previous m
experience. For further information anda
ment please call 662-1479.
CPR COURSES ON CAMPUS--Mortar Board is
offering Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation courses
beginning November 12 and running through Decem-
ber 7. Three 3-hour classes lead to Red Cross
17H1119 certification. Details and official sign-up at M.S.A.
.- offices-3909 Michigan Union, through November 11.
rking on 02M1111
ATTRACTIVE LADIES for escort. Ca
between 10 a m. and 12p m.
dissertations, manuscripts, resumes,
term papers. Rackham quality guaran
copying, printing and binding.
1202 S. UNIVERSITY
211 S. STATE STREET
FEMALE STUDENT, 25, wants own roo
.Jan. 1 Amv 99-04:5, after 5:0.
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 feeafterNov.I15. cM1115
30J1202 SELMER BASS CLARINET and Armstrong Silvct
PING piccolo, both mint. 483-0154. 16X1112
USED SLINGERLAND 5 piece drum set. ('all'Dov
w hndeat 761-94:31. pc X (
legal and GIBSON RD GUITARS in stock. Road Fender
teed. Also Yamaha and Martin brand names included in our
fine selection. Apollo Music Center, :323 S. Main
USED GEMEINHARDT FLUTE, closed hle. (Cif
662-3969 Larry,761-9431. pcXte
cJtc USED GEMEINHARDT FLUTE, closed hole. (all
Larry, 761-9431. pcXt&
FOR SALE-Guild 12 string guitar with case
m starting Excellent condition. 665-5850, price negoti ihle:
PART TIME SALES help wanted thru Dec., pos-
sibly longer. $3/hour. Apply First Down Shop. 203
S. Main St.,Ann Arbor. 43H1111
MORNING BARTENDER at Second Chance Res-'
taurant, 516 E. Liberty. Experience not necessary.
Male or female. Apply in person to John Rogers,
7a.m.-noon, M-F. cH1112
LAKES SUSTERKA INC. HAYRIDES, HALL
RENTALS, WINTER PARTIES. 483-0629. CALL
Trek The High Himalayas
FOR SALE: BUFFET. E flat Alto Clarinet,
EXCELLENT condition, overhauled in December,
1977. Good Price! Contact Chris at 4:34-6384 (dXtg
BLACK GRINNELL Spinet Piano. Great for fun:
Includes bench.3:23S. Main, Ann Arbor cXtc
, 1'ICKE'TS File SALE-
Two pair Chicago tickets, Sec. 2(i, Blue tier. Rea'
sonable price. Call Jeff after 6 p.m., 665 6028
FOR SALE - TWO TICKETS OSU-Michigan. (a
995-2745 6p.m. Ask for Bob. 81Q41110
AIRLINE TICKET Round Trip Det-N YC. $
American Airlines Wed.. Nov. 22 dep.Detroit
p.m.-Sun.. Nov. 26 dep. NYC 8 p.m. Cali' 9!J,-
NEED 6 PURDUE TICKETS-Preferably to'
gether. 683-2560 anytime. oIQII11
SEVERAL PAIR of Bob Seger tickets for sale.
Call764-5685 or 764-5686. 90Q il 11
WANTED--2 Purdue tickets. Price negotiabli
Call 994-0521. 9:3011 1(
PURDUE TICKETS WANTED - Would you belie.
5 together? 662-2019 days. 663-0892 eves. -Ste
WANTED-SIX TICEKTS to Purdue game. Cal
994-7376 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through
Friday. 69(I1 W)
WANTED-Two Purdue tickets. Call Shellev aI
764-0557,761-1520, 995-5344. d W 14k)
TWO TICKETS to the Purdue game needed...Coll
Judy, 994-081:3, or the Daily. (411141
WANTED-5 Purdue tickets, together if possibl*.
995-9508: 7$011Q 0
NEED FOUR TICKETS together for Purdue game.
665-4028, evenings. dQtc
GIANT FLEA MARKET
Antiques, crafts, plants. jewelry, furniture new and
used. 1.0 dealers every weekend-10 ' Friday eves,
i10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sat-Sun. 214 E. Michigan at Park.
i wnton Vnsila.n.fi - -
Term Papers, Theses & Dissertations
Typing, Copying & Binding
812 South State Street
994-3594 9-4 Mon.-Sat.
WOODSTRAW CARDS and PAPERCUTS from
China are still available at A PERIODICAL RE-
TREAT, 33612 S. State. Phone 663-0215. cJ111
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, Cf.
DRIVING to Providence or Boston area? I'll pay
gas for anyone willing to take me and my U-Haul
after Dec. 12. Call Monica, 663-5909. 03P1116
USED CA RS
1971 MGB-Mechanically perfect, good body, new
top and clutch. 994-0425. 12N 1117
'74 PINTO Squire Wagaon. Air/Cond., Auto..
.L.Rack, Rear Defog., Michelin Radials, AM/FM,
$1350. Call 663-1901.994-3140. dNl112
'67 PONTIAC GP-Power, very clean, $175. 668-
7470 or 665-0724. 65N 1114
for the final quality
of the manuscript
BAND OR DISC JOCKEY needed for formal dance,
December 2nd at Helen Newberry. Call 764-7892,
11-1 or after 5p.m. 18HI117
JANITOR-Part-time. 995-3276/769-:3078. pcHtc
SUN II electric amplifier. Albares accoustical
guitar, electric microphone. Call 662-4688. 11H1 11
PART-TIME JOBS-BIG MONEY-Accounting,
Law or Pre-Law students preferred. All aggres-
sive. articulate, hungry students o.k. Need sales
reps for C P A/L S A T Cassette Home Study
Programs. Call Jim Dee at Totaltape, Inc. Toll
Free 1-800/874-7599. In Florida call collect 904/
376-8261. 1505 N.W. 16th Ave., Gainsville, FL :32604.
Free spelling, grammar, punctuation and cleanup.
RACKHAM QUALITY GUARANTEED
THE WORDPROCESSORS. We do copy-
ing, typing, binding and printing. Ask about our
10% discount cards for students and faculty.
211S. STATE STREET 662-3969
74 Capri-red with black vinyl top, 2800cc, V-6, 4 on
floor. defog, delux interior. Must sell. $1850 or best
PLYMOXfH VALIANT, 75, rust-proof, :35,000
miles#-V llent condition, $1,950. 995-2856 after 6::30
HONDA CIVIC '73, new tires,'automatic, :30 mpg.
$1850. Call 973-2220 75N1112
'74 CHEVY CAPRICE CLASSIC 2-dr. hardtop. New
brakes and transmission. Good transportation. Call
483-5973 eves.before 11. dN
1 PERSON FOR 2 bdrm., furnished apt. SUBLET
Jan. 1 to June :30 or August :31. Call after 6 p.m.,
- 662-14:3. 17Ut+111
MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR
(It's good for our business)
1209 S. University
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
KITCHEN WORKERS needed. Part or full time.
eFtc Apply in person at Dooley's, 310 Maynard. 38H1I111
1202 S. UNIVERSITY
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
LOOK FOR 1M. PAGE
1 Young oyster
10 Feminine title
13 Singer Berger
14 Varnish ingredient
16 Roast, on a
21 Practical jokes
22 Player with the
24 Coal tar product
26 New Year's Day
31 Coin of Thailand
33 The "man with-
out a country"
34 - Street
38 Alpine snow
39 Fancy cases
41 Man in white
44 Sword of
46 Most grievous
1978 Los Angeles Times Syndicate
49 Color, as wood 11
50 Winter sports 12
53 Voted 18
56 Case in grammar
58 Saga 20
59 Olympic Games 23
site, 572 B.C. 24
60 Park 25
Colorado town 26
61 One of the 27
62 Annapolis grad 28
63 Rushes 29
64 Worker with 32
1 Withered: Poet
2 Ont. or Que.
3 Of the period
of West Indies
5 Form of
Native of Sioux
Sound a horn
Place for dressing
said to Watson
Beast of burden
tion or interest
Make a goal
Product of the
Lower in scale
City on the Rhine:
Wife of Osiris
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Need extra money for the holiday season? Day,
evening, and weekend assignments available now.
Clerk and Demonstrators
Stockroom and Inventory
Call and Apply:
Not an Agency-not a fee
" Theses/Term papers
612 S. Forest Suite B
WRITING SERVICES. Creative, Technical Copy, Do a Tree a Favor Recycle Your Daily
Editing, Research, Typing. Experienced Profes-
sional. 996-0566. t cJ10tc
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Relative of the
12th cent. date:
The Wordprocessors, a growing commercial firm
has part and full-time positions open for afternoons,
evenings, and weekends. Must have minimum 3
years offset experience. Good pay and benefits.
Call 662-:3969. cHtc
Assistant manager of two downtown office buildings,
minor mechanical repairs, routine maintenance and
cleanup. Part-time, flexible hours. Peter Allen, 995-
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 Pub]. Bldg., 420 Maynard Street.
BREAKFAST COOK NEEDED for sorority. $3/hr.
Call Chris or Corey before 6:00 p.m., 761-1472.
NEED DISHWASHERS full and part-time. Apply
within, Thano's Lamplighter, 421 E. Liberty. 86H1 115
EXPERIENCED ORGANfST needed to play a new
Allen Computer organ for church services. 437-
COOK NEEDED for fraternity, M-F, lunch and
dinner, references required. 761-7104. 79HI114
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