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Page 8--Thursday, October 4, 1979-The Michigan Daily

UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES

2 LA-Z-BOY RECLINERS. One gold, one dark
green. $50 each. Call 663-0609. dBtc
FU NITURE-assorted bedroom and living room
piec$--reasonable prices. Call 769-0858. .18B1104
BL1Y, PLUSH CARPET. 8' x 14', perfect for single
dorm room. Call Jeff, 995-2070. dBtc
SCOTT 342-B solid state stereo receiver, good condi- .
tion450.662-8846. 40B1004
TWQ UNITED AIRLINE Coupons. Best offer. 662-
8846 39B1004
SOI' Y RECEIVER, Speakers, Garrard turntable,
Shure M91ED cartridge. Best offer. Call 662-7658.
27B1006
FO SALE-2 United Airline half-off coupons.
Ph e 434-1310 after 7 p.m. 88B1002
STlIEO. One pair large speakers-Electrovoice.
$250. Call 996-2463, evenings. 60B1007
1978 CHEVY MANZA: 2+ 2 V-8 Excellent condition.
In-oit. $4,000. Call after 5. 76B1005
GITANE 10 speed. 21" Reynolds 531 frame. Clean,
excellent condition: $200. 994-0156. 50B1007
UNITED AIRLINES 1 fare coupons. $20 each.
Phone 6A2467. 57R105

WANTED-FEMALE to share townhouse. $140 per
month, all utilities included. 665-4925. 22C1004

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6.90
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11.60
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0701, before 3 p.m.

96E1004

MARKLEY LEASE available for female/nb dorm
lease at present. 994-5336. 25E1007
REWARD-Takeover my lease at Baits for $25.
Doug.763-2870. 17E1007

DAILY LINE CONTRACT
Number of Weeks

Number of Weeks

line/week 13 26 39 inches/week 13 26 39,,

WOODBURY GARDENS, spacious 2 bedroom town-
house apt., beautiful lot, near campus, pool, tennis,
sauna. Available Oct. 10. 9 month lease or longer.
763.5 81(days); 996-1938 (evenings). 45C1017
WOMEN STUDENTS
Spaces still available in North and Central Campus
for omen interested in living cooperatively with
other; women and men. Sharing meals, chores, ex-
penses and decisions reduces costs, provides friendly
living environment. CONTACT Inter-Cooperative
Council, 4002 Michigan Union, 662-4414. 46C1009
ONE BEDROOM furnished and quiet apt. % mile.
frogrcampus. 665-4107. 38C1005
FACULTY/GRADUATE STUDENTS-Are you in
need of office/study or just private space? We are
conyeniently located on campus, room is modest
but Tdequately furnished and rent is fair. For in-
formation call: 662-5189, between 12:00-4:00 p.m.
32C1005
HURON VIEW APTS. has 2 and 3 bedroom apart-
metts, available now for students. For information
call 483-6007, 8:30-5:00 Mon.-Fri. No pets. 20C1014
Cam fus-Two newly decorated apartments. Three
bed ckms upstairs, living room, kitchen and bath.
$700. Downstairs,stwo bedrooms, kitchen, living
room, bath. $450. Parking facilities. 662-5389. 06C1005
Sin erooms available for rent. $130-150/month. Call
Ken at 995-5374. 09C1006
Large room with private bath in four-person house.
Large kitchen, spacious backyard and parking area.
One "mile from campus on busline. Prefer
vegetarian. Lease $175.00. 662-6912. 08C1005
HOUSEMATE NEEDED. Old West side. Own bed-
room in 6 bedroom house. $150/mo. plus utilities.
Grad student or professional preferred. Call 996-
0768. 92C1005
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
B A BE SC A LA J A R
AMOR ORLON KILO
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AREA AST0
MAJORS NAT I ONAL
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A RA B E BA N
LABOROF EWE LAMB
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S L I P E X. L E V A SE
H A TS T Y LER EG A D

COPYQUICK-769-0560
1217 S. University
cFtc
MEN!-WOMEN!
JOBS ON SHIPS! American. Foreign. No experi-
ence required. Excellent pay. Worldwide travel.
Summer job or career. Send $3.00 for information.
SEAFAX, Dept. F-9, Box 2049, Port Angeles, Wash-
ington 98362. 30F1005
JOIN THE KENNEDY BANDWAGON-Order your
"I'm ready for Teddy" T-shirt, 50/50 heather blue,
sizes (S-M-L-XL), $5, includes mailing, cashiers
check or cash only. Wild West Company, 1400 North
Rouse, Boseman, MT 59715. 29F1005
LOOKING for a way to supplement your income and
don't mind getting up earlier in the mornings?
You can earn up to $135.00 a month delivering the
Daily. All routes on campus and NO COLLECTING.
Call 764-0558. dF1017
ARE YOU HAVING a good time? 80F1005
LONG TRIP? Fix Muffler first at lowest price.
Call Ann Arbor Muffler Installers-FREE price
quote. 769-5913. cFtc
MK,
Congratulations! I knew you could do it-I love
you, NM.
P.S. Happy sinking of the Titanic. dF1005
TO OUR NEW PLEDGES-Welcome to SDT!
Love,
your sisters. dF1004
WE GIVE 15% DISCOUNT on contact lens prepara-
tions. The Village Apothecary, 1112 S. University.
cFtc
USED SHEET MUSIC
THE DAWN TREADER SHOP
525 E. Liberty, inside Bill's Bindery
995-1008
cFtc
JOSEPH KENNETH
ERHARDT:
ROSES ARE RED, VIOLETS ARE BLUE
NOTHING CAN COMPARE WITH A KISS FROM
YOU!
LOVE, BETH ' dF1007
Monotheistic DOCTRINE of Reincarnation in the
Torah, the Prophets and the Gospels. Write: The
Truth of Islam, P.O. Box 4494, South Bend, Indiana
46624. 37F1014
ARE YOU HAVING a good time? 79F1005
PHOTO RAPHY
Fine art prints, books and posters at The Blixt
Gallery, upstairs in the Nickels Arcade. Monday-
Friday, 10:00-5:00 p.m.; Saturday, 10:00-4:00 p.m.
Phone: 662-0282. 26F1020
BREAKING AWAY FROM THE UNIVERSITY
THIS YEAR?
The Michiganensian Yearbook reminds you that
Senior Portraits are now being taken for the 1980
book. Call 764-0561 between 6-9 p.m. for an appoint-
ment. dF1011

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COMPUTER PEOPLE
We're helping many companies in the area fill a
variety of permanent, shorter-term and consulting
positions, and we want to talk to people looking to
apply their experience in either applications or
system software in commercial, realtime, scientific
or engineering areas. We'd also like to talk to
technical writers and experienced people for sales,
tech support and marketing of hardware, software
and services, and to digital designers and
technicians. We're knowledgeable, and we think
you'll like working with us. Call, mail in your resume
or drop in, and we'll give you an idea of how we can
work with you.
SOFTWARE SERVICES CORP.
320 N. Main, Ann Arbor 48104
994-0044
05H1006
TYPIST
Book Manufacturer looking for good typist to learn
book composition. Day shift position with excellent
wage and benefit package, including dental insur-
ance. Contact Bruce Blankenship or apply in person
at:

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ADVERTISING
POLICY
AD deadline is 12 noon the day before
publication (4 P.M. Fri. for Sun.) including
corrections and cancellations. The Daily is
not responsible for more than one incorrect
insertion of an ad. Advertisements may be
removed from publication but will be billed
qccording to original number of days ordered.
This policy is also applicable to ads requiring
pre-payment, i.e., no refunds. Information
regarding content of classified ads cannot
by disclosed prior to publication. Advertisers'
names may never be revealed.
Number of lines in advertisements is
determined by total number of words-
7 words/line. "Help Wanted" ads cannot
discriminate on the basis of sex, color,
creed or national origin to any extent
(Le. "preferably" is still discriminatory).
"Found" ads are run free-of-charge to a
maximum of 3 lines for 3 days.

N.B.. Each group of characters counts as one word.
Hyphenated words over 5 characters count as two words
(this includes telephone numbers)

Braun Brumfield
100 N. Staebler (W. of Zeeb on Jackson)
Ann Arbor, MI-662-3291
equal opportunity employer

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IMPROVE YOUR GRADES!
Send $1.00 for your 306-page catalog of collegiate
research. 10,250 topics listed. Box 25097G, Los
Angeles, CA 90025. (e"'T 477-8226. cF807
ARE YOU having a good time? 81F1005
PINBALL
HAPPY HOUR
1/ PRICE
PINBALL
FREE PEPSI-
NO COKE
AT
MICKEY RAT'S
Wed. and Fri. 3-6 P.M.

WE'RE LOOKING for reliable people to deliver
the Michigan Daily mornings. Campus routes, bonus
for supplements and NO COLLECTING. Call 764-
0558. dH1017
HALF-TIME POSITION for Producer at Canterbury
Loft (Episcopal Campus Ministry) to begin January,
1980, to develop performing arts events which raise
current ethical, spiritual, political, and social
issues. For further information call 665-0606. 57H1024
JANITORIAL-3 openings. $4.00 per hour. Flexible
schedule. Apply in person, Sat., Oct. 6, 8:00 a.m.
until noon. Fox Village Theater, Maple Village
Center, Ann Arbor. 35H1005
MOTOR ROUTE-North Campus area. About 1 hr.
per morning. NC resident preferred, but will accept
anyone with car. $45.00/wk. and no collecting. Call
764-0558. dH1017
BABYSITTER-HOUSEKEEPER, Monday or Tues-
day,11-4:00, top pay. 996-4389. 73H1005
VALET PARKERS
Valet parkers needed for our busy fall season. Must
have valid drivers license with good driving record.
Benefits, meals and a uniform. Apply in person
only.
Campus Inn
615 E. Huron at State
16H1004
SACA TACO
Needs people evenings.
Good starting wage.
Call Tom
419 E. William
or call 995-0405
21H1007
Work-study position. Historical research education
in clerical or research skills and self-reliance
necessary. Flexible schedule. $4.00/hr. Call 764-8086
or 994-1268. 13H1004
Male or female to help care for elderly man. Own
transportation. Hours flexible. Good wages. Phone
994-1365 or 665-7408. 04H1004
FASHION MEN'S WEAR-Sales-Cashier-Stock
positions available. Part time evenings and week-
ends. Competitive salary and benefits. Apply in
person appropriately dressed. Fred Sklaar Int'l.,
Briarwood Mall. 94H1005

, 33H1005
FULL OR PART TIME help wanted in our copying
department. Call for interview. 662-3969 at the Word
Processors. 98H1010
NANNY/HOU$EKEEPER
Live in or weekday 9-6. Caring, dependable person
to care for small children, keep house for profes-
sional working couple. Private room, bath for live-
in. References please. Call 761-8477 6-9 p.m. and all
day weekends. Will consider part time sitter 9-12
and 4-6 weekdays. 99H1006
RESPONSIBLE PERSON needed for part or full
time work in Ypsilanti. Must have references. Must
be able to work well without close supervision. Call
483-5885 or come to 525 W. Cross St., Ypsilanti.
95H1012
VETERANS-Earn over $5000 for part-time work
during the next 2 years. Call 764-2400, for details.

FEMALE VOCALIST looking for musicians to have,
fun and make good music. R&B, soul, funk, jazz
limited, rock and even some disco. Please calfl
996-0159 persistently. 41010d5
SEEKING GOOD SEATS for Eagles concert Satur-
day, Oct. 13 (pair or triple). 761-5355. 87Q1004'
TICKETS NEEDED for October 13 Minnesota game

'76 CAPRI. Four speed. Good MPG. Very good
condition. Call anytimne after 5. 663-5885. $2,500 or
best offer. 43N1006
1979 CAPRI GHIA, V-6, loaded with extras. $1500/
offer. Must sell this week. 761-7266. 36N1007

N- - h- bstbeauTKE
Not the best because were the biggest
But the biggest because we are the best
Tau Kappa Epsilon
805 Oxflord- 995-4906

cFl004
dFIOO6

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 cJl017
665-3757
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
PROFESSIONAL TYPING (of all kinds), finest
quality work at reasonable prices. 668-7673 or 995-
4084. 17J1002

CAR POOL-Mon.-Fri., hours slightly flexible.
Approx. 8-5 p.m. Ann' Arbor to Plymouth. 663-
4690 evenings. Ask for Gary. 91P1004
SUBLET
Sublet. 3 min. from campus, in house. Bedroom with
own attached study and walk-in closet. Furnished or
unfurnished. Share kitchen. Call 994-3028 or 995-5085.
12U1004
3 BEDROOM luxury apt. 2 bedroom at $140.00
each. Near Ann Arbor, friendly and neat, need
furniture. Call persistently, 665-2212. 34U1010
MUSICA L MDSE.,
0R A DIOS R EPA IRS
STEREO. Highest quality components at tremen-
dous savings.gAmps, decks, speakers, etc. New
with full warranty. Audio World, (616) 241-2994,
2-9 p.m. 84X10];3
ROOMMA TES
ROOM, FURNISHED, 1-bdrm. apt., fireplace, $280/
mo. plus elec., need female roommate. Call 66i-
3668. 72Y1004

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
©01979 Los Angeles Times Syndkite

ACROSS
1 Adriatic port
5 Exclaimed
9 Irishman
13 Earliest
inhabitant
15 Memorable
comedienne
Fanny
16 Certain parrots
17 Home on the
range
18 Fitting
19 Poetic times
20 Footballer
21 Brought up
22 Garbed
23 Massenet opera
25 Flapper's favorite
conveyance
29 Persona -
30 Cushions -
31 Anklebopnes
32 Summer month,
in Paris
33 Photographer's
specialty
34 Love, in Madrid
35 Quarter of a pint
36 Holly
37 Woodcock's
cousin
38 Appraiser
40 Move sidewise

41
42

Pshaw!
Ruminants' forte

43 Hunting
expeditions
46 Pueblo dwelling
Native
American
47 White vestment
50 - time (often)

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R
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51 Arctic waters
53 Like a hound's
tooth
54 Beast of Borneo
55 Close tightly
56 Famous Elihu
57 Fine fur
DOWN
1 Toupee wearer
usually
2 Hunt hero
3 Be footloose
4 Wrath
5 Pointed arches
6 Chartered
7 Footballers
8 Moines or Plaines
9 Race track
structures
10 Grammatical
liability
11 Behold!: Lat.
12 Annealing oven
for glassware

14 Where the Tinto
flows
15 Daily need
20 Set
21 Heated dispute
22 Ancient book or
manuscript
23 French number
24 Transports by
truck
25 Man in a hurry
26 Hindu
27 Emulate Juliet
28 To laugh: Fr.
29 Slightly foolish
30 Seaport of SW
Spain
33 Hands
37 Short railroad
track
39 Mephisto
40 Listless
42 Bright red
43 Printer's abbr.
44 Hearty's partner
45 First rate
46 Olympic lady
47 Italian wine
center
48 Slender
49 Place of business
51 Slangy
exclamation
52 Juvenile treat

RESUMES TYPESET (but not type-written), for
less. Overnight service. Call 437-8654 before noon
for that professional "printed" look. cF1209
INTERPERSONAL CHANGE-An ongoing group.
ClIICam Vozar M.S.W., 663-7061. 12F1007
ARE YOU HAVING A GOOD TIME? IIFIO05
STILL THE ONE
Tau Kappa Epsilon
on the hill
805 Oxford, 995-4906
dF1006
't'radition with a Twist.
RUSH THETA XI
Coed Frat
1345 Washtenaw 761-6133
34F1004
SECOND SERVE
Factory close-outs on ACTION SPORTS APPAREL.
406 E. Liberty-2 blocks off State. cFtc
TKE
is Unique
Tau Kappa Epsilon
805 Oxford, 995-4906
dF1006
USED SHEET MUSIC
* w . t
THE DAWN TREADER SHOP
525 E. Liberty, inside Bill's Bindery
995-1008
cFtc
MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cFtc
NO FRILLS COPYING-2!12 a copy
Non-sorted, non-boek, left 24 hours
Accu-Copy, 524 E. William-769-8338
cFtc
MOVING AND HAULING. Very cheap. 973-9631,
call between 7a.m. and 2p.m. cF1031

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CAMPUS ROUTE GUARDS, 11:30 p.m.-7:30 a.m.
State Security Services, N. Ingalls Building' 1000
Cornwell Place, Ann Arbor. 53H1012
WORK/STUDY LAB RESEARCH. Transport in
human red blood cells. $4.72/hour. 769-0798 or 764-
4377. DAVID SCHIFF. A non-discriminatory affir-
mative action employer. 56H1006
LSA STUDENT GOV'T. is now taking applications
for fall Elections Director. Applications at LSA-SG
office, 4003 Mich. Union (763-4799). Turn in appli-
ctions to MSA-3909 Mich. Union from 9-5. Apply
by Tuesday, October 16. 52HI014
STUDENTS-McKinley Properties is looking now
for persons to shovel snow this winter. Work at
your convenience. $3.25/hour, must provide own
transportation. Call 769-8520. 44H11019
WAITPERSONS, host/cashiers, full or part-time.
Days or nights. No experience necessary. Inquire
in person Ann Arbor Inn-Big Boy, 120 E. Huron
(inside Ann Arbor Inn), 662-7718. 42H1005
WANTED-Reliable people for kitchen and dish-
washing positions. Full/part-time work available.
Aoly at Magic Pan Restaurant in the Briarwood

More than fifty percent of
the world is starving. Another
twenty percent, just plain
hungry. And yet, in the face of
starvation, they have hope.
Hope that the rains will return
to the African Plain. Hope that
the Asian rice crop will be bigger
this year. Hope that someone,
anyone, with anything to
offer will come to help them
fight the battle for life.
Someone in the Peace
Corps. They'd like to n
stand up for themselves,
these prisoners of fate,r
but they're just too weak
to stand up. But with
the Peace Corps a
flame begins to flicker.
They've seen others .
like you before. Seen.
the changes you can
bring. Two thousand
wells on the parched earth
of Sahel. Seen how their
knowledge helped reduce
the arain lsQse Who are

People with commitment and
skills who've assessed their
lives and decided there must
be more than just having a job.
They looked into themselves
and knew it was time for the
talk to end and the work to
begin. They're very special
people, these people. Totally
prepared to give
everything they've got.
And getting back even
more than they give.
That's the beauty of the
Peace Corps. The work
is hard and the pay is
lousy, and the progress
comes a drop at a time. But
the rewards are infinite.
Join the Peace Corps
and then take a good long
look in the mirror. You'll
never look the same to
yourself again.
The Peace Corps is alive
and well. Call toll free:
800-424-8580. Or write:
The Peace Corps, Box A,

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