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DAILY LINE CONTRACT
Number of WeeksI
line/week 13 26 39 inches/week 1

L OST -SWEATSUIT TOP, near CCRB, 3 track/field
awards (n it. 764-3345. Reward. 06A1121
FOUND CAMERA, 11/8/78. Call Nancy, 995-3790.
dAl 121

FOR SALE--3-way speakers. 100 watts/channel.
Brand new. Also 10-speed Schwinn bike. Best offer.
663-3147. dB1119
VALUABLE NORETAKE CHINA, 80 pc.; silver
goblets and sherbets, set of 6 each; electric
guitar with case. 973-2586.2488 Dalton Ave. . dB
VW SQUAREBACK 68, good condition, AM/FM
radio, snow tires. $420 or best offer. Call 973-0535.
65B1118
DORM LEASE for sale. Spot in female double.
Tainmmy, 764-1637 persistently. 70B1122

COMMUNAL HOUSE needs scapegoat. Free Rent.
995-3769. 18C1121
FOURTH FEMALE for 2-bedroom apartment.
$92/month-Winter term. Call Debbie, 995-5193.
09C1118
OWN ROOM in friendly co-ed house. Close to
campus.$90/month. Call 994-4989. 14C1122
APT. / ROOMS
at a Jewish rooming house. Low prices. 995-3276/
769-3079. pcCte
NEED TWO roommates for apartment/January.
1 minute from central campus. Call 663-1819. 82C1119
LARGE ROOM FREE in exchange for babysitting
six year old-early morning, after 4, etc. Woman or
couple. 763-4770. p8 C 1121
MODERN. TWO bedroom, furnished apt., near
campus and 1M Bldg., laundry facilities, parking,
dishwasher, disposal, balcony, A/C. Call 769-3226
after4. 68C1122
SPACE AVAILABLE, 2-bedroom apt., North Cam-
ous. Quiet; nice location. Jan.-June. 668-1509. 59C1119
THII)R MALE tor two bedroom apartment. Excel-
lent location. Reasonable rent, winter term. 663-
1397. 53C:1I118
DOUBLE SPACE AVAILABLE-January-April.
Lenny Bruce Co-op, 1507 Washtenaw. $165 per
month, includes rent. food, utilities and laundry.
Call Dave or Benjie at 995-5046 or 663-9064 any-
time. 51C1121
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 973-2586.. dC
APT/ROOMS at a Jewish rooming house. Low
prices. 995-3276/769-3078. cCtc
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. dmtc

JUNR/ENI.UR YIAR AISOAD
Informational Meetings.
AIX-EN-PROVENCE, FRANCE: Wednesday, Dec.
6,7:00p.m.,2003Angell Hall
FREIBURG, GERMANY: Thursday, Dec. 7,
7:00p.m., 2003 Angell Hall
Contact Hank Peiter, Office of
Study Abroad, 5208 Angell Hall.
For further information, 764-4489.
79F1206
WE HAVE A thing about billiards! Reduced rates
until 1 p.m. every Friday at the Union. cF1118
JEWISH STUDENTS in the Hill dorms, there will
be a deli dinner and guest speaker, Sharon Krevor,
who will speak on her trip to the USSR during the
Shcharansky trial on Sun., Nov. 19 at Newcomb
Lounge-Lloyd, 5 p.m. cF1119
MALE FACULTY-Wanted by woman, 34, to share
outdoors-hiking, skiing, biking-aesthetics. Emo-
tionally mature, unmarried, please. Box 9, Michigan
Daily. 22F1121
DELECTABLE DELIS 6-7 p.m. Sundays, $1.50 per
sandwich/side New York style. Hillel, 1429 Hill St.
cF1119
BAHAI FAITH
One God, One Faith, One People. For information
call 668-8993. 08F1207
FLORIDA KEYS Sailing Cruise 12/23/78-1/6/79.
$300/includes meals. Experience unnecessary. 994-
5356. 07F1 122
EXPERIENCED WOMEN BASKETBALL PLAY-
ERS NEEDED. ANYONE INTERESTED IN
TRYING OUT FOR A TEAM, ANN ARBOR REC-
REACTIONAL TEAM TRYOUTS WILL BE HELD
NOV. 19 (SUNDAY) AT 2 P.M. AT THE WOMEN'S
INTRAMURAL BUILDING ON GEDDES AND
WASHINGTON. JUST LOOK FOR THE SIGN
ONCE INSIDE THE GYM. 00F1118
AVOID THE RUSH!
BUY, SELL OR TRADE
Your BOOKS through the
MICHIGAN DAILY
BOOK EXCHANGE
A two line ad 7 wds per line) will cost ONLY $1,
50¬Ęt for each additional line.
All ads must be pre-paid so come to the DAILY
(420 Maynard) and place an ad or send a check
plus a copy of the ad.
Ads will appear Saturday, December 9th. Deadline
for placing ads is 5 p.m. Thursday, December
7th.
For more information call 764-0557
dFtc
JEWISH GRADUATE students and singles, there
will be a wine and cheese party, Saturday, Nov. 18
at 8:00 p.m. at Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Cost $1. cF1118
THANKSGIVING WEEKEND SPECIAL-Billiards
at reduced rates and M Pin Bowling, open 1 p.m.
Thurs.-Sun. at the Union. cF1119
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
SUMMER STUDY ABROAD
Informational Meetings:
FLORENCE, ITALY: Wednesday, Nov. 29,
7:00 p.m., 203 Tappan.
LONDON, ENGLAND: Thursday, Nov. 30
7:00 p.m., 203 tappan.
78F1206
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

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
RALLY FOR PEACE, Mon., Nov. 20, 12 noon on the
Diag celebrating brotherhood in the Middle East,
1 yr. since the Jerusalem Summit. Sponsored by
Union of Students for Israel. cFl119
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
COPIES: 3''t 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
PRIMAL/FEELING THERAPY - The Personal
Growth Center, 403 Miller, 971-0102. cFtc
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK-769-0560
I f University

PHYSICS TEACHERS for labs and recs in general
physics, Jan.-April 1979. M.S. or equiv. required.
Send resume, transcripts, and 3 letters of recom-
mendation to: Secretary, Dept. of Nat. Sciences,
Univ. of Mich.-Dearborn, 4901 Evergreen Rd.,
Dearborn, MI 48128. A non-discriminatory, equal
opportunity, aff. action, Title IX employer. 50H1119
PART TIME OFFICE HELP-AFTERNOONS.
Temporary and permanent positions beginning im-
mediately. $2.85 starting salary. Phone 769-8880.
76H1125
HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS-Males, age 20-60,
sought for clinical research project. Reimburse-
ment of $150 for 212 day participation. Involves
admission to University Hospital Clinical Research
Center, receiving some medications and giving
blood samples. Contact Dr. John Greden, 763-4382
(or 764-9140 if no answer). 88H1121

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FEMALE STUDENT, 25, wants own room starting
Jan. 1. Amy, 996-0435.after 5:30. 31-- 1119
DORM LEASE WANTED for winter term. Incom-
ing female needs single. Call collect 512-474-9668.

'72 BUICK SKYLARK, V-8, heavy body. Heats
fast, A/C, excellent brakes. $650.00. 665-0564. 49N1118
LANCIA BETA CPE excellent condition, $4,000. Call
662-9412 or 663-5963. 36N1118
'74 CHEVY CAPRICE CLASSIC 2-dr. hardtop. New
brakes and transmission. Good transportation. Call
483-5973 eves.before 11. dN.

NEED FEMALE HOUSEMATE for very nice
(price, people, location) house. Barb, 994-3567.
25Y1121
MALE FOR 2 BEDROOM furnished apartment
availble Jan. 1. $103/month, Forest Terrace. 995-
5782. 03Y 1118
TWO FEMALES in beautiful bi-level apartment
need 2 roommates Winter Term. Excellent atmos-
phere for studying, good times. Call 994-6575. 6}Y1119

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2 2.0
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TRANSLATIONS done from Swedish. Native
speaker with translation work experience. Call
668-6511. 22J1121
PROFESSIONAL EDITING

and pets.

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

for the final quality
of the manuscript
Ruth Gladstone-769-2931
THE SECRETARIAT
Term Papers, Theses & Dissertations
Typing, Copying & Binding

GIANT MOVING SALE-Art supplies~
furniture, kitchen stuff, plants. Fri-Sun.,
Dalton Ave. 973-2586.

clothing,
10-5. 2488
dW

FOR SALE-6 sets of UM Basketballseason
tickets. 995-2646. 04Q1119
- - MCI N S football tickets together. Best
offer. (614) 297-0323. 24Q1121

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

AAA AUTO DRIVEWAY
Cars to all points. Top gas allowance. 13116 Grand
River Detroit. 313-933-5600. 61P1210

cJtc

QUALIFIED HEBREW teacher needed. Call Beth
Israel Religious School. 769-2041. Evenings: 971-,
4053. 19H1122

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 (213) 477-8226. cJ1128

JACOB'S-TABLE
Offers a Thanksgiving Day Dinner to remember.
6 full courses for $6.00. Specify meat or vegetarian.
Place your reservations by 9:00 p.m. November 21.
715 Hill Street 995-5085
International Kosher Kitchen
p171121
ALTERNATIVE CHRISTMAS WORKSHOP -
Wesley Foundation will host a Dec. 22 workshop
focusing on responsible, human-service oriented,
and non-commercial ways to celebrate Christmas
meaningfully. If you would like to help it happen,
call us now at 668-6881; ask for Anne or Tom.
cF1121

1202 S. UNIVERSITY

662-6401
cJtc

GET PERSONALIZED M. D. (Mellow Degree).
Send $5 to Marks, 907 Sybil, Ann Arbor 48104.
27F1119

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
O 1978 Los Angeles Times sypdicate

ACROSS
1 Promises
5 Roman general
and emperor
10 Edison's middle
name
14 Church image
15 What i.e. means
16 Variegated
17 Kurt Weill musical
(with "The"):
Phrase
20 Phoenician
goddess
21 British Field
Marshal of WW I
22 Place to buy a
newspaper
24 Girl in a song
25 A joining
~28 Town in Israel
33 Theater
34 Beach formations
35 Nickname
36 Former arch-
bishop of
Canterbury
37 One of the Days
38 Principles
39 N.Y.C. time
40 Confederate
general
41 Actor Alan
42 Time for
romance
44 Quackery

45 Massachusetts
cape
46 Wild dog of India
48 Place for a
vacation
52 Recluse
56 Humperdinck
opera: Phrase
58 Osprey
59 Get around
60 Without any
changes
61 Boom
62 Popeye's creator
63 Dell
DOWN
1 Brief autobi-
ographical
sketch
2 Well-known name
in journalism
3 Liquid used in

13 "An apple
18 Author Jong
19 - the hills
23 Having milled
edges
25 Hawthorne's
birthplace
26 Madrid Museum
27 Slow: Music
29 Source of indigo
30 Make cheerful
31 Belfry
32 Minx
34 Accomplishes
37 Shrinks
38 Hoover Dam
reservoir
40 One of the Fords
41 Type of pressing
machine
43 Former Egyptian
president
44 Counterfeiter
47 Ibsen character
48 "The Liner -
a lady..."
49 Hero of the West
50 "The King and
I" role
51 Roof part
53 "- Lovely Day
Today".
54 Linden tree
55 In addition
57 Pester

NEED EXTRA CHRISTMAS MONEY'
Roma's of Ann Arbor has immediate openi
banquet waiters and waitresses. Excellent
and working conditions. Apply in person.
,Stadium Blvd., Ann Arbor.
PART-TIME TYPIST/SECRETARY forI
logist's consultant, guarantee 5 hrs./week a'
4.50 hr. depending on motivation, skill and
ability of typewriter. Interesting, varied wor
J. Lepedas, 995-5271. Leave name, telephc
and best time to reach you.
MUSICIANS WANTED-Looking for serio,
talented musicians interested in a career
rock (and possibly jazz) performers in a bar
Dave,764-3822.
ROOM SERVICE. Webers Inn. Apply 3050 J
Rd. 769-2500.2
JANITORS, GENERAL CLEANING-Exp
preferred, but not necessary. Full or pai
afternoon and midnight shifts availble.
contact Personnel Office at 663-2790, 9 a.m.
SECURITY GUAR:
Full-time, part-time, 11:30 p.m.-7:30 a.m., C
ASSIGNMENTS.
State Security Services
1000 Cornwell Place
Ann Arbor, 668-0444
RECEPTIONIST-2-5 days per week, 5-8 p.m
salary. Call for interview, 662-3776.3
COLLEGE STUDENT WANTED to assist
capped man in help with inside and outside
tasks. Will trade for room, board, and loving
Call 995-8855.
MUSICIAN WANTED to collaborate with
sional lyricist who has ample backing for reci
If dedicated and interested, call Steve, 6(
TYPISTS
The Wordprocessors, a commercial typing
has part and full time positions open for mo
afternoons, evenings, and weekends. Must ace
ly type minimum 60 w.p.m. Good pay and pl
environment. Call Susan or June, 662-3969.
PERSONS NEEDED for photographer worl
portfolio. Payment dependent on previous me
experience. For further information and a
ment please call 662-1479.
Work Study
Librarian
If you are a work study student and want
lenging, good paying job for now or Wintet
you should see us. The Michigan DailyI
opening for a librarian to maintain our recot
organize our files. Up to 20 hours a week,
hour. Library Science students especiallyi
aged but all students may apply. Call 764-0:
ask for David or Gregg. Or, stop by the
2nd floor, Student Publ. Bldg., 420 Maynard
OPPORTUNITY KNOCIK
Just ask our MSU student who now earns
than his college professors. Paragon Product
a multi-manufacturer distributor, will int
(for the first time) MICHIGAN students, o
part-time positions with super salaries and
tant business experience (excellent for resum
further information phone Mr. Kay, per
person collect, 517-:339-9500.5
COOK, DISHWASHER, Waitress, part time
perfect for students. Apply in person,
Chance, 516 E. Liberty.
PART-TIMESALES help wanted thru Dec.,
longer. 20 hrs. or more, $3/hr. Apply First
Shop, 213 S. Main. 9
PIZZA DELIVERY DRIVERS
Must be 18, no car necessary, part-time,
two nights per week. Apply in person on1l
4:30 p.m. Omega Pizza, 101 Washtenaw
Applications are now being accepted for wint
rush 1979. Full time temporary emplc
positions to start in Dec. and Jan. Apply Uni
Cellar, 530 State in the basement of the Mi

WRITING SERVICES. Creative, Technical Copy,
Editing, Research, Typing. Experienced Profes-
sional. 996-0566. cJ tc
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED-Used Con-Air hairdryers, models 60 or
61. Please contact either Paul Rosen or James
Turck at9S-0050. 27K11 1

DISSERTATION &
MANUSCRIPT TYPING
Free spelling, grammar, punctuation a
RACKHAM QUALITY GUARANT
Reasonable Rates
KATHY BLACK-665-3416
PROFESSIONAL TYF
THE WORDPROCESSORS.
dissertations, manuscripts, resumes,
term papers. Rackham quality guaran
copying, printing and binding.
1202 S. UNIVERSITY
7 days
211 S. STATE STREET
ATTRACTIVE LADIES for escort. Ca
between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m.
TYPING/BINDIN

MUSICA L MDSE.,
nd cleanup.
EED USED SLINGERLAND 5 piece drurp set. Call Don
at 761-9431. pcXtc
cJtc FOR SALE-Kenwood KR-9400 receiver, 120 watts
--- per channel. Mint condition. Must hear. Must sell.
PING John,665-4510 48X1119
USED BUNDY CLARINET, good shape, $150. Call
We handle Larry, 761-9431. pcXtc
legal and FOR SALE-Kenwood KR-9400 receiver, 120 watts
nteed. Also per channel. Mint condition. Must hear. Must sell.
John, 665-4510. 48X1117
662-6401 ---
BLACK GRINNELL Spinet Piano. Great for fun.
662-3969 Includes bench. 323 S. Main, Ann Arbor. cXtc
cJtc USED GEMEINHARDT FLUTE, closed hole. Call
Larry, 761-9431 pcXtc
adl 668-9755 - --..~ . - -
30J1202 GIBSON RD GUITARS in stock. Road Fender,
Yamaha and Martin brand names included in our
G fine selection. Apollo Music Center, 323 S. Main.
cXtc
FOR SALE- VOX CONTINENTAL portable organ.
1966. Good for rock-pop. Excellent condition. 662-
7512. 54X1118

etionate cat, 1 yr. old. Call Jim, 995-
37T1117

AMPUS * Dissertations
" Theses/Term papers
" Business/Letters/Resumes
*Legal
17H1119 Judie Birdsall{
612 S. Forest
., good

3954

We have a thing
about billiards
Reduced rate
until 6 p.m.
every day
at the U N ION
Do a Tree a Favor:
Recycle Your Daily
The
Peace
Corps is.
alive and
~well and'
waiting
for you.
All your life you've
wanted to do something im-
portant for the world. Now a
lot of the world needs you to.
do it. We need volunteers wit
skills and all kinds of practical
knowledge. Call toll free:-
800-424-8580. Peace
corps
A Public Serviceof
This Newspaper &
The Advertising Council

665-9843
Suite B
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SCRUBS
Genuine Surgical
Scrub Suits
Ideal for lounging, work-
ing, studying, sleeping, or
just ploin scrubbing up to-
gether!
Made of Avertex, "-
polyester and cotton.
Your choice of BLUE, GREEN, or
WHITE SCRUBS in small, medium and
large sizes. $14.95 each, postage and
handling included! (Ohio- residents
add 4'z% sales tax.)
MAIL CHECK OR MONEY ORDER TO:
MEDI-SCRUBS. INC:
P.O. BOX 327
SYLVANIA, OHIO 43560
Please specify color, size, and quantity. Allow
four weeks for delivery

HELP OTHERS LEARN how to non-commercially
celebrate Christmas by planning and doing a Dec.
2nd Alternative Christmas Workshop. Sign up at
Wesley Foundation. 602 E. Huron at State, or phone
668-6881 to volunteer. cMI121

HORNET HATCHBACK 1977. Sdperb condition. Ask
for Dave, 995-3118. 31N1130
'75 MERCURY Bobact hatchback-AM/FM stereo,
tape, Jensen speakers. Automatic. Low- mileage.
Call 764-7497 before 5 p.m.; 995-4957, eves., week-
ends. 11N1118
'69 MERCURY Wagon-Clean. Engine, body very
good. Snow tires. One owner. $575. Phone 994-
4254evenings. 76N1118
1975 TOYOTA Pick-up. Engine great. Little body
work, mags. $1000. 668-1969. 89N1119
QRIENTL RUGS
We pay top price
for NEW & USED
313-769-8555 995-7597

MARX AT MICHIGAN (a series
University staff members discuss how Marx relates to their
work. MONDAY, Nov. 20-8:00 pm
PROFESSOR MICHAEL TAUSSIG,
Anthropology Dept.
at GUILD HOUSE, 802.Monroe
series sponsored by: Guild House
Office of Ethics 8 Religion, P.A.C.

brewing
4 Walking
stealthily
5 Go stealthily
6 - fixes
7 Midmorning
8 Annapolis,
for short
9 Designs in con-
ventional manner
.0 Come into sight
.1 A credit term
.2 Part of speech

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"WHY DO THE HEATHEN RAGE?"
Psalms 2:1 and Atats 4:25

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The above question is asked by God Almighty Himself in
the Second Psalm of His Book, The Bible. Do you ask God to
bless you? in the First Psalm H e says the Man is blessed that
departs from evil in his walk, his stand, his sitting, and "his
delight is in the Law of The Lord; and in His Law doth he
meditate day and night." Have we a right to be heard and
blessed on account of our efforts to meet and fulfill these
conditions? In John 6:44, etc. Jesus said "No man can come
to me, except The Father which hath sent me draw him -
And they shall all be taught of God. Every man therefore that
hath heard, and hath learned of The Father, cometh unto
me." Have we put ourselves In position to be "taught of God"
by Searching The Scriptures and meditating on His Word? It
appears we are always "passing the buck" to The Almighty
while in reality His Word "passes it to us!"

God, and His Anointed, In order to break The Bands and cast
away The Cords of His "Thou shalt nots," His Moral Law and
Ten Commandments. So, instead of being blessed men and
nations we have Gods curse poured out upon us; His
laughter and derision, His wrath and despleasure that sorely
vexes mankind.
"He maketh the judges fool - He poureth contempt upon
princes, and weakeneth the strength of the mighty." Job
1217, 21. And there are numbers of other such passages
which reveal Gods attitude and actions toward men and
nations that forget His Laws!
We blame this man and that, this nation and that, but ac-
cording to God's message here the blame lies at the door of
all who refuse to depart from evil but choose to rage against
The Almighty. Read Luke 12:1-5, and make the application

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