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E CAT LOST-Packard/Division. Black and
tiger with white underside. 663-7257. Reward.
39A1115
LOST Nov. 9th in football stadium area.
le Irish Setter, black collar, silver studs, Ver-
tags. Answers to Molly. Reward offered. 994-
venings. 34A1117
I-rimless eyeglasses on McKinley Street. 995-
,IAi1 1E

SALE-Kenwood KR-9400 receiver, 120 watts
4hannel.Mint condition. Must hear. Must sell.
665-4510.4813B1116
T MOVING SALE-Art supplies, clothing.
ure, kitchen stuff: valuable Noretake china,
tor's item; plants. Sat.-Sun., 10-5; Tues. 10-5.
DaltonnAve. 973-2586. R

THIRD MALE for two bedroom apartment. Excel-
lent location. Reasonable rent, winter term. 663-
DOUBLE SPACE AVAILABLE-January-April.
Lenny Bruce Co-op, 1507 Washtenaw. $165 per
month, includes rent, food, utilities and laundrv.
Call Dave or Benjie at 995-5046 or 66:319064 any-
time. 51CI121
I FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED to share 3
bdrm. house with fireplace, 2 baths, double garage.
on wooded fenced-in lot. Avail. Dec. 16. $155 plus
utilities. Call 97:3-2586.. dC
APT/ROOMS at a Jewish rooming house. Low
prices. 995-3276/769-3078. cCtc
3-BEDROQM APARTMENT available Jan. May.
Excellent location. Absolutely beautiful for 3-4
people. Call anytime, 995-0549. 06C01116
WOMEN TO SHARE two bedroom apartment with
one other. $173/month. Available now. 665-3994.
95C1115
FURNISHED ROOM in 3 bedroom townhouse. Avail-
able now. $99/month. Call 995-4384 after 5 p.m.
8401114
FURNISHED ROOM on campus in clean, quiet
house. $105.662-5552. 08C1114
AVAILABLE-LARGE ROOM for male. 165 includ-
ing utilities, on campus. no cooking. 663-3886. 74C1114
HOUSEMATE DESIRED- Next to campus. Cooper-
ative cooking. $100-125/month. Call 668-8343. 61C1114
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
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

JEWISH STUDENTS, rap with the Rabbi. Weekly
drop-in hours 6::30-8 p.m. on Wednesdays, Klein
Lounge, Lloyd. cF111:
SHERRY, I LOVE YOU very much and Happy
Anniversary!-Tony. 55F1114
KIBBUTZ DESK office hours at Hillel. 1429 Hill
St., Tuesday, Nov. 14th from :3-5 p.m. cF1114
DISARMAMENT AND THE UNIVERSITY
Professor Victor Weisskopf of M.I.T. will head
our discussion semniar DISARMAMENT APPAREL
AND A HOPE, Thursday, Nov. 16, 12 noon at Wesley
Lounge, 602 E. Huron at State St., across from
Campus Inn. Included in the discussion will be how
to implement lniversity courses in disarmament.
Questions" Call 668-68181 or 66:3-1874. cFl 116
JEWISH STUDENTS, if you are interested in being
part of a HEBREW COURSE please come to Hillel,
1429 Hill St. on Wednesday, Nov. 15th at 7 p.m.
cF1115
:314 NO. 41-SHRIMP CURRY. Where have you -
gone Joe Dimaggio? dFll14
JEWISH STUDENTS, there will be a meeting Thurs-
day, Nov. 16th at 8 p.m., 1429 Hill St. to help plan
the rally for peace, scheduled for Monday, Nov.
210th 12 noon on the Diag. Sponsored by Union of
Studentsfor Israel. ('11115
DOLLAR BILL COPYING
Resumes and dissertations. Super quality copies at
low prices. Color copies. T-shirt transfers. Lowest
book copying rates in town! 611 Church, above Don
Cisco's.665-9200. 47F1210
COPIES: 312¢ each, overnight.
Lowest Prices! Fastest Service!
Accu-Copy, 524 E. William 769-8338
cFtc
CREATIVE ABSURDITY TO GO
We deliver warmth, love, and comic relief for any
occasion. 663-1245 before noon. cFtc
AFTER THE FALL APPLE JUICE $2.69/gal.
KERRYTOWN PANTRY,407 N. Fifth Ave. cFtc
CONSERVATORY RESTAURANT at Second
Chance. 516 East Liberty, open for breakfast 7
a.m.-10:30a.m._ Monday through Friday.b e1l5
PRIMAL/FEELING THERAPY - The Personal
Growth Center, 403 Miller, 971-0102. cFtc
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
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK-769-0560
1217S University
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'72 BUICK SKYLARK, V-8. heavy body. Heats fast,
A/C, excellent brakes. $250.00. 665-0564. 49N I 118
LANCIA BETA CPE excellent condition, $4,000. Call
662-9412 or 663-5963. 36N1118
1971 MGB-Mechanically perfect, good body, new
top and clutch.994-0425. 12N 1117
'0 PONTIAC GP-Power, very clean, $175. 668-
7470 or 665-0724. 65N1114
'74 CHEVY $APRICE CLASSIC 2-dr. hardtop. New
brakes and transmission. Good transportation. Call
483-5973evas.- hfore11. dN

LAKES SUSTERKA INC. HAYRIDES, HALL
RENTALS, WINTER PARTIES. 483-0629. CALL
PERSISTENTLY 13M1117
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. CM1ll5

WILL PAY HANDSOMELY for I U-M/Purdue
ticket, section 29 preferred. Call Carrie. 764-971tI
after 4 p.m. 50Q11 1
Pair of Purdue tickets needed in sections 23 or 24.
Call Rick collect 537-8537. 19Q1115
PURDUE TICKETS WANTED: NEED PAIR. CALL
STAN 761-1623 (evenings only). 41Q1117
Wanted three tickets together for U of M Purdue;
game. Willing to pay a good price. Call Joann, 663-
3413 anytime after 6pm. 42Q1117
'WANTED: 2 or 4 Purdue tickets. Call 973-9794 after 5
p.m. 32Q1117
WANTED-5 PURDUE Tickets, together if pas
sible. 995-9508. 38Q1I13
WANTED -Six tickets together Purdue. Price-
neogitable. Call 663-8344. 28Q1I17
SEVERAL PAIR of Bob Seger tickets for sale.
Call 764-5685 or 764-5686. 90Q1115
WANTED-2 Purdue tickets. Price negotiable.
Call 994-0521. 93Q1114
NEED FOUR TICKETS together for Purdue game.
665-4028, evenings. dQt
FEMALE NON-SMOKING graduate student needed
winter term in house. Call Gina, 995-0786. YI I1
WA NTED TO RENT
FEMALE STUDENT. 25, wants own room starting
Jan. 1. Amy, 996-0435, after 5:30, 99L115a
2 OR 3 BEDROOM APT. needed in Dec. Nancy,-
662-5167: Roxie,665-0416. 29L1116

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EXPLORE THE
EARTH
Trek The High Himalayas
JOURNEYS
995-4658

O FEMALE SPACES available in N. Campus
ops. Includes great meals, laundry and utilities.
0 monthly. Call Carol P. or Carol H. 663-6260.
n87E11 16

OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS
Just ask our MSU student who now earns more
than his college professors. Paragon Products Inc.,
a multi-manufacturer distributor, will interview
ffor the first timer MICHIGAN\ students. offering
part-time positions with super salaries and impor-
tant business experience Iexcellent for resume). For
further information phone Mr. Kay. person to
person collect. 517-339-9500. 52111119
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.
04111116

MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings

cFtc

RELEASE-DATE-Monday, November 13,1978
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
O@1978 Los Angeles Times Syndicate

TYPISTS
The Wordprocessors, a commerical typing service
has part and full time positions open for mornings,
afternoons, evenings, and weekends. Must ac-
curately type minimum 60 w.p.m. Good pay and
pleasant environment. Call Susan or June 662-3969.
cHtc
Applications are now being accepted for winter book
rush 1979. Full time temporary emproyment
positions to start in Dec. and Jan. Apply University
Cellar, 530 State in the biasement of the Michigan
Union M-F 9-5, Sat 10-5. 45H1210
Poll workers wanted for student government elec-
tions, 11/20,11/21. Good pay. Call 995-2567 or 763-4799,
persistently. 44H1115
POLITICAL CANVASSERS
MICHIGAN CITIZENS LOBBY is looking for
energetic and committed people for fund-raising and
consumer education. Work involves extensive inter-
personal contact. Full time and part time salaried
positions. Call Michigan Citizens Lobby at 6636824
between 12 and 2. 43H1115
HOLIDAY
JOBS
Need extra money for the holiday season? Day.
evening, and weekend assignments available now.
Typist
Clerk and Demonstrators
Gift Wrappers
Stockroom and Inventory
Call and Apply:
KELLY SERVICES
3003 Washtenaw
973-2:300
Not an Agency-not a fee
EOE M-F
45H 1114
BAND OR DISC JOCKEY needed for formal dance,
December 2nd at Helen Newberry. Call 764-7892,
1-Iorafter5p.m. 18111117
JANITOR- Part-time. 9953276/769-:3078. pc ite
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 Pub. Bldg., 420 Maynard Street.
dHtc
BREAKFAST COOK NEEDED for sorority. $3/hr.
Call Chris or Corey before 6:01 p.m., 761-1472.
91H1117
NEED DISHWASHERS full and part-time. Apply
within, Thanos Lamplighter. 421 E. Liberty. 86H1115
WANTED - Full time C-5 level secretary for
Museum of Art for four months. Job may revert
to permanent 50% appointment. Very good typing
needed; knowledge of'University procedures and
good public manner needed. Please call 764-0:395
Start December 1, 1978. 35H1116
PART-TIME ACCOUNTANT-RECEPTIONIST for
newly opening Ann Arbor branch of a major U.S.
fraternity and sorority accounting, management,
and alumni relations firm located on S. University.
Job may expand to full-time shortly. A great oppor-
turnity. Must be personable and able to run office
with little supervision. 995-0560 weekday evenings.
33H11117
ROOM SERVICE. Webers Inn. Apply 3050 Jackson
Rd. 769-2500. 21H1122
CHARISMA SALON looking for exceptional mature
person to handle desk and salon control. Must
enjoy working with people and be able to handle
responsibility. Call995-0804 25H1117
Cashier/bookkeeper-evenings and weekends.
Experience preferred. Apply in person 10-4 Monday-
Friday. Fred Sklaar International, Briarwood Mall.
49H1116
CASHIER SALES
Part time, apply in person at Harry's Army Sur-
plus,.2011E. Washington. 10111116
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
.wum . n.. I.A.. ....... C

812 South State Street
994-3594 ' 9-4 Mon.-Sat.

ACROSS.
1 Break
5 U.S. Army
medals: Abbr.
9 Egyptian deity
13 Vein of ore
14 Greetings!
16 avis
17 Equal in time
19 City north of
Provo
20 Turning to liquid
21 Country of SE
Asia
23 Breaks fast
24 Pass a rope
through a block:
Naut.
25 Essential facts
27 Where Lookout
Mountain is
31 Previously
32 Fleur-de--
33 Main highway
34 Keats' specialty-
35 Autocrats
37 Status symbol
38 Relative of Dona
40 Coldness
41 Man's nickname
42 Salesman type
44 Blades of a
windmill
13
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45 Derivative of
ammonia
46 Tear apart
47 Makes secure
50 Sweet
53 Bread spread
54. City of SE Cuba
56 State as fact
57 Hebrew word in
the Psalms
58 Off balance
59 Numerous
60 Archeologist's
milieu
61 Complete
assortments
DOWN .
1 Spare
2 Retrousse
feature
3 A teenager
4 Salt of fruit acid
5 Mended places
6 Plod
7 "Hoot-"
8 Barbered
9 Objection
10 Mountain pool
11 Region
12 City in the
Rihr
15 Estrange
18 Strikes
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36
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PERSONS NEEDED for photographer working on
portfolio. Payment dependent on previous modeling
experience. For further information and appoint-
ment please call 662-1479. 72H1119
OFFSET PRINTER
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. 1/elite
EXPERIENCED ORGANIST needed to play a new
Allen Computer organ for church services. 437-
2510. 96HIll14
COOK NEEDED for fraternity. M-F, lunch and
dinner, references required. 761-7104. 79-11114

Teammate of
Tinker and Chance
Breathe
Foolish bird
Catalogue
Poetic con-
traction
Not up to par
Rub out
English judges'
circuits of
olden days
What nobody
wants
Race course:
Suffix
Fall mo.
Speechmaking
Tomorrows, in
Torremolinos
Followed
Bright star in
Lyra
Babe and others
Froth
One of Edison's
names
Examined
Obstruction
Send forth
Cups used in
diamond cutting
The Champ

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~Jb:45 atiQ 'THROWS
THE FIRST PUNCH
As the result of competent investigative reporting, The
Michigan Daily first raised the solicitation issue surround-
ing the multi-million dollar lawsuit that put an end to Detroit
Edison's light bulb exchange program. The two-part series
has since sparked a court-ordered state investigation into the
controversy.

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

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, C
90025 (21 477-8226. cJl 128
DISSERTATION &
MANUSCRIPT TYPING
Free spelling, grammar, punctuation and cleanup.
RACKHAM QUALITY GUARANTEED
Reasonable Rates
KATHY BLACK-665-3416
cJtc
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
211 S. STATE STREET 662-3969
c.Jtc
TYPING/BINDING
" Dissertations
".Theses/Term papers
" Business/Letters/Resumes
"*Legal
Judie Birdsall 665-9843
612S. Forest Suite B
1 cJtc
NEED COPIES?
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
7 days
1202 S. UNIVERSITY 662-6401
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ATTRACTIVE LADIES for escort. Call 668-9755
between 10am. and 12 p.m. :30J1202
WRITING SERVICES. Creative, Technical Copy,
Editing, Research, Typing. Experienced Profes-
sional.996-0566. cJlt0tc
MUSICA L MDSE.,
R ADIOS, R EPA IRS
GIBSON RD GUITARS in stock. Road Fender,
Yamaha and Martin brand names included in our
fine selection. Apollo Music Center, 323 S. Main.
cXtc
BLACK GRINNELL Spinet Piano. Great for fun.
Includes bench. :323 S. Main, Ann Arbor. cXtc
USED)GEMEINHARDT FLUTE, closed hole. Call
Larry,761-94:31. pcXtc
FOR SALE: BUFFET. E flat Alto Clarinet.
EXCELLENT condition, overhauled in December,
1977. Good Price!Contact Chris at4:34-6384. dXtc
FOR SALE -VOX CONTINENTAL portablle organ.
1966. Good for rock-pop. Excellent condition. 662-
7512 5.X1118

THE SECRETARIAT
Term Papers, Theses & Dissertations
Typing, Copying 4i Binding

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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
UPJOHN BEGINS WITH YOU
Representatives from The Upjohn Company will be on
campus Tuesday, November 14 to Interview In the follow-
ing areas:
CHEMISTRY. B.S.-M.S. chemists for positions as chemistry
laboratory assistants and laboratory analysts.
BIOLOGY. B.S.-M.S. biology-microbiology majors for positions
as lab assistants or lab analysts. Ph.D. level microbiologists-
molecular biologists-geneticists for future research scientific
openings.
PHARMACY. B.S.-Ph.D. pharmacists for bench oriented
positions.
ENGINEERING. B.S. electrical, industrial, mechanical and
chemical engineers for entry level project engineering slots.
B.S., M.S., Ph.D. chemical engineers for research and process
design work. M.S. mechanical, industrial and electrical
engineers.
BUSINESS. MBAs for employee relations, marketing research
and operations research (quantitative analysis). Accounting &
Finance majors for placement on the accounting & finance
Professional Development Program.
Why interview with Upjohn?
The Upjohn Company is an employee-oriented phar-
maceutical-chemical firm with corporate-research-pro-
duction headquarters in Kalamazoo. Michigan and with
Various other chemical, pharmaceutical, agricultural and
laboratory operations throughout the U.S. All Upjohn
businesses fall under an umbrella of improving the quali-
ty of life for humanity.
Research is given a top priority (with nine percent of
sales, or $92,565,000 being reinvested in Research & De-
velopment in 1976). Our-efforts in such areas as Infec-
tious Diseases, CNS, Diabetes & Atherosclerosis, Hyper-
sensitivity Diseases, Fertility Research and Cardiovas-
cular Diseases are resulting in extensive product lines
and exciting new product potential.
We have over 6.000 employees working in Kalamazoo
and another 6,000 or so working at other U.S. sites. A
great many of these are professional specialists, thus af-
fording a stimulating atmosphere for work and growth in
a multi-disciplined environment. And although we are fair-
ly large, our internal job posting system, rotational train-
ina programs (in some areas), and tiered career paths en-

The story was also picked up by
Detroit-area media, The No-
tional Law Journal, as Well
as the two state wire services,
one of which carried the story
nationally.
People pay attention
to THE DAILY.
You should too.

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