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DORM SIZE REFRIGERATOR, $65.00. 434-5564.
79B915
MATCHING WALNUT formica coffee table ($40)
and end table ($35). Excellent condition. 994-9079.
$411915
TWO DANISH CHAIRS with reversible cushions,
in excellent condition. Call Mr. Earl at 663-8244
day time only. dB
REFRIGERATOR FOR SALE. Excellent condition,
3.5 cu. ft., 3 yrs. old. Call 769-4132 or 764-1045.
$75 or best offer. 77B911
ZENITH 23" COLOR CONSOLE TV. $100. Call
662-4736 after 5:00. dB
LEASE FOR SALE. Female graduate student or
woman over 21. Double suit, spacious Cambridge
House, 541 Thompson, above Michigan Union in
Central Campus. Days: English Grad. office, Haven
Hall 7615,763-4139. Evenings: 663-6961. 50B912
4 SENIOR SEASON TICKETS together. AVAIL-
ABLE to best offer. Call 665-0171. 43B909
USED FURNITURE-Day bed, $15; 9' x 5' brown
oval rug, $15; wooden desk, $10. Call 484-0467 eve-
nings. 79B909
TURNTABLE FOR SALE. Realistic, good condi-
tion, $50.00. Call 668-0521. 20B909
A.R. MANUAL TURNTABLE, $45.00. Olin Mark IV
skis, 150cm, $100.00, with bindings. Ladies golf-
clubs and bag, $100.00. Call 665-0998. 16B921
Giant Flea Market
Furniture, collectables, antiques, new or used
everything and anything. Over 100 dealers every
weekend. 6:00-10:00 p.m., Friday; 10:00 a.m.-6:00
p.m., Saturday and Sunday. 214 E. Michigan at
Park in downtown Ypsilanti: 971-7676 or 487-5890.
Dealers welcome. . 10p922
PIANO UPRIGHT, with bench. Asking $250.00, price
negotiable. Buyer must move. Call 995-0816, after
4:00. 03B909
DESK. Large -(34" x 60"). Brass trim on legs.
Beige recliner. Both nice. 971-5499. 41B909
MOVING OUT OF STATE SALE. Saturday and
Sunday, September 8 and 9, 10:00-6:00. Many plants,
large and small; furniture, adult clothes-baby
clothes. Baby furniture, aquarium, and 1969 Chevell
Malibu. 2725 Arrowwood Trail, Lot I; 665-7015.
92B808
FOR SALE-MALE LEASE in Mo-Jo, coed hall.
Call Steve, 994-4281. 89B914
YARD SALE :
Saturday, September 8.DFurniture, freezers, rugs,
kitchen stuff, used plywood, andirons, etc. 3325

GRADUATE OR WORKING COUPLE. Share
chores, meals, expenses with four others in large.
collective house near campus. Fireplace, porches,
terrible old piano, house meetings. 769-1442. 99C912
HURON VIEW APARTMENTS has two bedroom
apartments available now for students. For infor-
mation, call 483-6007, 8:30-5:00, Monday-Friday.
No pets. 36C914
TWO FEMALES needed for one bedroom apart-
ment. Central Campus, S. University. 662-2258.
90C911
SANS SOUCI
Large 1 and 2 bedroom furnished apartments avail-
able for immediate and fall occupancy. Apartments
include heat, free parking, and large balcony or
patio. Located across from the UM stadium. Bus
serviceto and from central campus daily. Call
485-2372 after 6:00 p.m. for information or appoint-
ment.
THOMPSON APARTMENTS
Located on central campus. Efficiencies, 1 and 2
bedroom furnished apartments available for fall
occupancy. Attractive, modern building and fur-
nishings. Sub-lease availble including laundry facili-
ties, air conditioning. Call 665-2289 for information
or appointment. _ _eCtc
DRIVE HOME along Huron River Drive to peaceful
sunsets on Portage Lake. Only 14 miles-from Ann
Arbor. Furnished 2 bedroom Cape Cod style home
on the Lake. Fireplace, attached garage, boat deck,
short walk to trading post and party store. $395/
month with 9 months lease. Summer lease negoJ
tiable. First, last, and security deposit required.
9391 Canal Drive. Call 995-5221. 96C914
QUIET ROOM AND BOARD for female in pleasant
home. Three miles from campus, near bus. Inex-
pensive. 971-8813. 44C912
ONE BEDROOM in a 2 bedroom apartment for 2
females. $120 per person. 662-2258, Donna; or 769-
7100, ext. 722. 98C909
BROADVIEW APARTMENTS, near North Campus,
immediate occupancy, deluxe units. One bedroom
only, no pets, from $300, including heat. 769-2256.
51C912
ROOM IN FLETCHER HALL, only $767.46 for the
year. No food. Call 761-6442. 39C908
PARKING AVAILABLE one block from campus.
$20/month. 663-1712. 42C914
ROOM A NDBOA RD
HOME COOKING-Room for male grad. 'student
or upperclassman. Meals served. Walk to Campus.
8 month lease. 769-3875. 86E907

CLERK-Local law frimneeds persons wi
hours for miscellaneous duties. 769-2691.

flexible SECURITY GUARDS needed. Full and part-time.
28H914 No experience necessary. Call Bob, 994-8526. 32H918

SE TO CAMPUS. 8 month lease. Spacious 6 and
droom units. Newly furnished and carpeted.
ets. $150/bedroom per month plus utilities. Call
609. 69C915
[PUS-One bedroom, completely modern,
shed apartment, carpeted, drapes, A/C, parking
aundry facilities. $350/month. Dahlmann Apart-
s. Monday-Friday, 761-7601. Weekends, 665-7079.
64C915
ERY ROOM, $90-$135, parking, no kitchen.
432. 89C911
BEDROOM, furnished apartment. 555 Pack-
No. 3. Heat paid. $230.00. Possible parking.
458, 30C909
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WAITRESSES, WAITERS, Bartenders, Busboys,
Cooks, Dishwashers, Cashiers. Apply in person at
Thano's Co., 514 E. Washington. 78H914
REVIEW SPECIFICATIONS and type orders for
factory production. Accuracy only important. Full
or part time. Paid holidays. No Saturdays. Pleasant
surroundings. Apply Mr. Hawkins, Advertiser's
Publishing Co. Our 54th year. 944 Wall St. 665-
6171. 75H913
CONSCIENTIOUS HOUSECLEANING help needed.
Good pay. 4 hrs. every other week. Call 662-8846.
87H911
HELP WANTED-Housecleaning 2-3 hrs./week,
$4.00/hr. 995-4664. 83H913
ECLIPSE JAZZ is looking for responsible people
to usher Jazz Festival and Concert Series. Phone
763-1291. 88H916
BILLING DEPARTM8NT, Accounts Receivable
and Payable. Full or part time. Paid holidays.
No Saturday work. Pleasant surroundings. Apply
Mr. Hawkinls, Advertiser's Publishing Co. Our 54th
year. 944 Wall St. 665-6171. 76H913
TEACHER for guitar, banjo, flute. See Myra,
Apollo Music Center, 769-1400. 82H911
PIZZA DELIVERY DRIVERS:
Telephone help, must be 18, no car necessary.
Part or full-time. One to four nights per week.
Apply in person only, after 4:30 p.m. Omega Pizza,
across from Couzens Hall. 23H918
FREE MEALS for waitpersons and dishwashers.
Less than one hour per meal. Variable hours. 761-
1055, ask for Dan. 19H911

COUNTER SALES or photo processing machine
maintenance. No calls. Sun Photo, 3180 Packard.
27H918
RETAIL CLERK, part-time. Apply in person.
Collins Pharmacy, 3446 Washtenaw (across from
Arborland). 26H911
RICK'S AMERICAN CAFE is now hiring for fall
employment. Full and part-time positions available.
All restaurant positions open. Interview in person
between 3:00-5:00 p.m., September 7 and 8- 611
Church St. 25H908
RELIABLE PERSON needed one day a week. Must
have own transportation. Call 662-3318, after 4:00
p.m. 24H909
STUDENT JANITOR (must be U-M student).
Approx. 2 hrs. daily (mornings), Mon. thru Sat.
Hours flexible. See Arch Gamm at Student Pub-
lications Bldg., 420 Maynard St. dHtc
DISABLED 31 year old needs help some mornings
and/or evenings. Call after 5:30 p.m. 668-6818, or
weekends. 91H911
PATIENT-SITTERS, security guards for Campus
assignments. Apply at State Security Services, N.
Ingalls Bldg., Cornwell Place, Ann Arbor. 88H912
HELP WANTED
MACDONALD'S
Part-time or full-time, help supplement your school
income.
-near campus
-flexible hours to fit class schedule
-free meals
-receive regular raises
Also wanted: MAINTENANCE PERSON, starting
salary $4.00 per hour. Apply in person. 337 Maynard
St. (next to Nickels Arcade). 93H916
BUSPERSONS! Free meals/good chow. Short hours
--good idea! Call Mike at 668-1788. 70H915
DISHWASHERS WANTED for Sigma Chi Fraternity.
Free meals, all the food you can eat. Call Don at
663-0960, or Bill, 996-5653 65H915
CENTURY HOUSE is now hiring. Immediate day-
time positions are available for both showroom and
stockroom personnel. If you are bright, energetic,
and enjoy people, this is your opportunity. Please
apply in person at 2111 Packard for your chance to
join our team. Century HMuse, where friendly service
is a tradition. 66H919
MINORITY PEER COUNSELORS needed for
minority counseling and informaton. MCI is staffed
by minority students, who are trained to do sup-
portive counseling, to run groups of special interest
to minority students, and distribute information on
UM and' the community. MCI Peer Counselors are
trained by the professional staff of counseling serv-
ices office. 15 hours/week, $3.50/hour. Applications
available, Counseling Services Office, 3rd floor
Michigan Union. Deadline is Tuesday, September 18.
67H912
MEALS FOR 1 2hour dish help. Several positions.
Phone Kim: 761-3127. 61H930
INTELLIGENT PERSON to babysit toddler week-
day mornings in my home. 663-6009. 29H914
BABYSITTER, part-time. Warm, creative person
to care for 4 and 5 year olds. My Burns Park
home. Monday-Friday, 9:00-12:00; 4:00-6:00. Call
761-8477, after 5:00p.m. 18H914
KITCHEN HELP WANTED for'lunch and dinner.
Monday-Friday. Free meals. Delta Sigma Delta
Fraternity. Call: 663-1250. 15H914
LIVE IN NANNY. Warm, dependable person to
live in our Burns Park home. Private room and
bath. Care for children, light housekeeping, ample
time off. Call 971-8477, after 5:00 p.m. 14H914
WORK-STUDY-Video-tape transcription. Good
pay, research related. Call Dr. Rocissano, 764-
1587. 13H911
DOOLEY'S of Ann Arbor is now hiring waitresses,
doormen, and kitchen help. Apply in person. 310
Mayna'rd. 09H914
ANN ARBOR "Y", flag football coaches needed,
Monday-Friday, afternoons. $3.50/hr. Contact Mr.
McKinney, 663-0536, after 3:00 p.m. 05H914
START OFF with Star Bar. Taking applications for
bartender, cocktail waitresses and doormen. Part-
time only. Apply between 12:00-2:00 p.m., Monday-
Friday, 109 N. Main. 769-0109. 02H914
OLGA'S KITCHEN
Olga's Kitchen, the new and fresh eating experience
is looking for full and part-time workers, days and
evenings available. Apply in person at Olga's
Kitchen, 205 S. State, Ann Arbor. 01H909
IFEGUARD. Afternoons and evenings. Hours
exible. Excellent part-time work for college stu-
dents. Must have transportation. Call after 6:00
p.m., 971-4656. 00H914
WANTED-STUDENTS who would like making
$4.00-6.00/hr. enjoying Sorority parties throughout
Michigan. Call your own hours. Sound unique? Call
Skip: 434-9218. 83H909
PEOPLE WITH backgrounds in journalism, com-
munity organizing, economics or law. VISTA one-
year jobs in progressive housing law reform project
with local, state, and national impact. Work with
good people. Full-time. $70 per week plus benefits.
Call 763-9920. _94H916
PART-TIME HELP WANTED-No experience
needed. Apply at Bill's Bindery, 525 E. Liberty.
57H914
ANN ARBOR "Y" needs service desk attendants.
Monday-Friday, part-time. Contact Mr. McKinney,
663-0536, after 3:00 p.m. 04H914
WE'RE LOOKING for reliable people to deliver
the Michigan Daily mornings. No Monday delivery.
Vacations. Campus Routes-NO COLLECTING. Call

764-0558. dH921
MEN AGED 20-30 or 60-80 years, height 5'3"-5'5"
and women 20-30 years, height 5'9"-6'1" wanted
for 45 minute psychology study. Pay $3.00. Call
evenings,Tim, 994-0999,or Jean, 665-0302. 37H912
CHILD CARE. Loving woman needed to care for
one year old and three year old (who is in nursery
school), 25-30 hours per week in our home. No
housekeeping, excellent pay._994-3699. 49H912
PAID SUBJECTS needed, for psychology subject
pool. Earn money. Sign up now. Minimum pay,
$2.50/hr. Call 764-4209, from 9:00-4;00. 11H914
RlESPONSIBLE BABYSITTERS with car needed
2-10 hours/week. Pay $3.00/hr. minimum. Work-
study students preferred. Call 763-4450, 763-4739
weekdays, 8:00-5:00 p.m. 38H923
READ FOR THE BLIND. Volunteer readers needed
for reader service for blind students. Includes read-
ing to students and placing course material on
cassette tapes. Please stop by the Office of Dis-
abled Students for more information, 2211 Michigan
Union, U. of M. 34H911
YARD WORK and other odd jobs, $2.90 per hour.
763-5270b 995-4664. 35H912,
COOKS, WAITPERSONS, DISHWASHERS-Full,
part-time. Bill's Coffee Cup, 201 E. Liberty, 665-
7462. 33Ts920
WANTED-Person with the best characteristics of

DRUMMER WANTED for band to do power pop.
Cover and originals to be done (including oldies).
Call Mitch at 7640552. dF915
STOP! Are you really getting a discount?
Major Brands-AKAI, JBL, KENWOOD, SONY,
MARANTZ, KLH, TECHNICS, TECHNICS-PRO,
ORTOFON, NAGATRON. Call Rob-663-6375, 5:00-
7:00 p.m. Call BEFORE you buy! All equipment
brand new in sealed boxed with full warranty.
cFtc
SCIENCE-FICTION! More than 1000 used S-F titles.
Buy ours, sell yours, or trade.
USED BOOKS-We buy single books, libraries, or
estates.

SECONDSERVE
Factory close-outs on ACTION SPORTS APPAREL.
406 E. Liberty-2 blocks off State. cFtc
COPIES-2%ft-thru September 14. Non-Book, Non-
Sorted, Left 24 hours. Accu-Copy, 524 E. William,
769-8338. cFtc
HOW TO STUDY, $1.00. Papers Dept., UM, Box
25126, Lansing, Michigan 48909. 55F923
TKE
the HIGHEST fraternity
on campus
- Tekeonthehill
Tau Kappa Epsilon
World's Largest social fraternity
805 Oxford
dF909
BEGINNING READING-Simple, fun stories. Easy
directions. Give your child a head start. $3.75.
Dr. Sanderson, Box 25126, Lansing, Michigan
48909. 53F915
-. TKE
Still the one!
Tau Kappa Epsilon,
the world's largest
social fraternity
805 Oxford-668-1658
dF909
BUSINESS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL TYPING of manuscripts, dis-
sertations and term papers. Donna, 973-0433. 81J909

USED SHEET MUSIC
THE DAWN TREADER BOOK SHOP
525 E. Liberty, inside Bill's Bindery
995-1008

WHAT KIND OF PERSON RUNS PERSONAL ADS?
Single, male seeking dominant woman for fun and
serious relationship. Interests including dancing
(rock 'n roll), canoeing, racquetball, sci-fi, "Rocky
Horror," Story of "O," cinematography and drama,
and other assorted madness. For sordid details
call 663-4882 between 6:00 and 9:00 p.m., weekdays.
12F913
Sewing and Alterations
Call: 662-4984
08F912
CHILD CARE Action Center needs Outreach stu-
dents (Psych. 201), to work and play with children
aged 2% to 6 years-on campus. Call us at 764-
3487. 52F918
Academic Writing
Sharpen your overall writing skills. Regis ration
Wednesday and Thursday, September 12 & 13. UM
Reading Center. 764-9481. 07F913
Speed Readin
Learn sed reading/study skills. Registtion,
Wednesday and Thursday, September 12 and 13.~
UM Reading Center, 764-9481.p06F913
SMITH COLLEGE CLUB wants to meet newly
arrived alumnae! Call Cynthia Burmeister, 769-
4245. 73F909
WANTED-20 openings for Amateurs who want to
learn how to take professional pictures at Sorority
events. $4.00-6.00/hr. No experience; call own hours.
Interested? 434-9218. 82F909
PAID VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:
Money for small blood samples. University Medical
Laboratory seeks men of African or Mediterranean
descent to screen for certain genetic blood charac-
teristics. Volunteers, please call: 763-3530, 9:00-
5:00 weekdays. 95F912
MOVING AND HAULING. Very cheap. 973-9631,
call between 7 a.m. and 2 p.m. cF1031
RESUMES TYPESET (but not type-written), for
less. Overnight service. Call 437-8654 before noon
for that professional "printed" look. cF1209
MEN! WOMEN! JOBS! CRUISESHIPS! YACHTS!
No experience. Good pay! Europe! So. Amer.
World! Send $4.95 to APPLICATION/INFO/RE-
FERRALS to CRUISEWORLD, 93, Box 60129, Sac-
ramento, CA 95860. 54F918

PROFESSIONAL TYPING:
THE WORDPROCESSORS. We handle dissertations,
manuscripts, resumes, legal and term ,papers.
Rackham quality guaranteed. Also copying, printing
and binding.
211S. STATE STREET 7 days 662-3939
cJtc
WRITING SERVICES. Creative, Technical, Editing,
Research. Experienced. Professional. 996-0566
cJtc
ARE YOU PUTTING HUBBY THROUGH SCHOOL?
Match your schedule with his so you will be free
for holiday breaks. You can work when you want
on either short or long-term assignments. Call us
for a personal interview. Positions available:
Typists
Bookkeepers
Secretaries
Receptionists
General Office
MANPOWER
665-3757
oil flI7

FENDER PRECISION bass, natural wood, perfect
-never played. $350.00 with case. Leather strap,
100 watt head, $125.00. Both $425.00. 996-2500. 21X909

WANTED-Pair of UM Season Football .Tickets,
also several extra tickets for the Notre Dame game.
Top dollar paid._Call John Dibbs, 48-8984. .58Q913
FOR SALE-One pair season tickets, 40 yard line,
row 64. Chris, 668-1537. 72Q909
ROCK 'N ROLL FANTASY!
FOR SALE-Four tickets for BAD COMPANY
concert at Crisler Arena on Wed., Sept. 19. Call
the DAILY at 764-0552 or 764-0553 and leave a
message for DAN in SPORTS. dQ
WANTED-6 tickets together for the Notre Dame
game. Call 971-0622. 73Q911
THE BEATLES ARE BACK!
FOR SALE-Two lawn seats for BEATLEMANIA
show at Pine Knob on Fri., Sept. 14. Call the DAILY
at 764-0552 or 764-0553 and leave a message for
DAN in SPORTS. dQ
FOR SALE--2 Mich.-Notre Dame seats. 995-4664;
763-5270. 80Q912
NEEDED-8 tickets for Minnesota vs. Michigan
game Oct. 13. Call 994-7367. 74Q914
WANTED-one pair of season tickets. Call Pat,
663-8344. 76Q909
ONE GRAND sum for twelve season tickets be-
tween the 35-50 yard line, home side. Groups of 4
or more. 761-7 7, any time. 75Q908
SIX UM vs. Notre Dame tickets together. (517)
782-3030, after 6:00 p.m. 17Q911

PARKING STICKER-Staff paid,
needed.Cash. Call collect: 699-1653.

desperately
6OK912'-

ALUMNUS WANTS 2 Season Tickets for 1979
Michigan-Home Football Games. Pay is ample for
a Season Ticket for seats between 35 yard lines and
above the 50th row. _ 56Q914.
TOP DOLLAR PAID for any UM football tickets.
Call Mike anytime at 996-1573 46Q911
CASH FOR ANY M football tickets. Call 995-1580
anytime. 77Q913
SEASON FOOTBALL tickets wanted. Upperclass-

1 BEDROOM with studio space. I block from IM
Building and bus lines. $20000. Call Steve, 6to-
4093. 74U909
ALICE LLOYD LEASE For Sale, Male Double,
Room 4537 4th Angell. Call 764-5952 or 764-0661:
7Q101 "

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