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)UND-Set of keys in the DIAG at noon on
esday. Call 764-1016 or 996-9624. dA116
)ST-Yellow Labrador Retiever. 4 months old,
male. Vicinity of Burns Park/campus. No collar.
you have her please call, a little boy misses her
sperately. Reward. 665-5269 or 665-2359. 57A1017
)ST-Leather wallet with Mickey Mouse painted
i front. Vicinity of Liberty and S. Forest (near
aude's) on afternoon of Oct. 11. Please call Amy
[N AROBR'S own DCM Timewindow, QED,
d Timebase loudspeakers at Sound Investment.
"eatest value-per-dollar in audio. Savings on
mo's with factory warranty. SOUND INVEST-
ENT. 995-8727. 64B1018
AMAHA FG335 GUITAR. $180. Like new, plus
te. Rob, 995-3608. 51B 1010
XCELLENT CONDITION STEREO system. Acou-
-phase II speakers, Girard turntable, Kenwood
40 receiver. 663-7044 after 5:30. 61B1019
EN'T COOK? EASY CHINESE/FRENCH GOUR-
ET RECIPES, ONLY $1. Write: Recipes, Mu 06,
I S. State Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109. 47B1014
AMPAGNOLO Parts on 21" Columbus Trek Racing
rame. A wise investment at $500. Must sell. Leslie,
94-0703, 761-1170 office. 51B1018
ow Available--MOSS AUDIO SPEAKERS. High
ecuracy Stereo Speakers for serious listeners.
ust hear to believe. Call 434-0587 after 4. 35B1016
EN'S BIKE, 21" 5 speed. Clean, good shape.
5. 1801 Chandler, Ann Arbor, between 6 and 9 p.m.
xcellent condition stereo system. Acousti-phase II
eakers, Girard turntable, Kenwood 2400 receiver.
MaLE UNTAL stuaent looking tor roommate.
Excellent location, near Dental and Medical Schools.
Call 994-5428 or 995-8936, evenings. 07C1017
HURON VIEW APTS. has 2 and 3 bedroom apart-
ments, available now for students. For information
call 483-6007, 8:30-5:00 Mon.-Fri. No pets. 20C1014
HURON VIEW APTS. has 2 and 3 bedroom apart-
ments, available now for students. For information
call 483-6007, 8:30-5:00 Mon.-Fri. No pets. In
TAKE OVER LEASE of nice one bedroom apart-
ment in older house on campus. $285/month. 995-
FEMALE WANTED to share apartment for $118/
month. On campus, laundry facilities, and balcony.
FOR RENT-Parking Space, $15 per month. 621 S.
Forest (near S. University). 17C1017
BLACK MEN AND WOMEN:
Counseling Services is scheduling counseling
therapy groups for black students interested in intra-
inter personal development. These groups will focus
on: love relationships, fear of failure and/or success,
self-management, self-hatred, etc. Contact Coun-
seling Services, 3rd Floor Michigan Union. 70F1016
Wear a fragrance daily! There are many fine ones to
choose from at the Village Apothecary, 1112 S.
"PRE-MEDICAL STUDENTS: Current un-
dergraduate pre-medical students'may now compete
for several hundred Air Force scholarships. These
scholarships are to bae awarded to students accep-
ted into medical schools as freshmen or at the begin-
ning of their sophomore year. The scholarships
provide for tuition, books, lab fees and equipment,
plus a $400 monthly allowance. Investigate this
financial alternative to the high cost of medical
education. Contaie "AIR FORCE MEDICAL OP-
PORTUNITIES, 23400 MICHINAN AVE., DEAR-
BORN, MI. 48124, Phone (313) 561-7018. 12F224
Variety's the spice of life, that's why we have so
many famous brand cosmetic lines to choose from.
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. University. cFtc
STOP! Are you really getting a discount? Major
Brands-AKAI, JBL, KENWOOD, SONY, MARAN-
TZ, KLH, TECHNICS, TECHNICES-PRO, OR-
TOFON, NAGATRON. Call Rob-663-6375, 5:00-7:00
p.m. Call BEFORE you buy! All equipment brand
new in sealed boxes with full warranty. cFtc
TO MY ROOMMATES IN 2420:
HOPE EVERYTHING IS
GROOVY AND MOD
HAVE YOU CHECKED THE
Young professional male, new to Midwest area,
in mid 20's is interested in meeting lady, any age
between 18 and 35. For friendship or companion-
ship. Let's go out to the Discos, dinner or a park.
Write P.O. Box No. 1213, Peoria, Illinois 61654.
Factory close-outs on ACTION SPORTS APPAREL.
406.E. Liberty-2 blocks off State, cFtc
COMING TO THE UNION-BeLinda Campos.
Pocket Billiard Champion in a free exhibition. See
her Thurs., Oct. 25 at 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. cF1014
SENIORS-Please return your scheduling card to
the MICHIGANENSIAN Yearbook by the end of
this week in order to be assured a place in the
1980 MICHIGANENSIAN. Call 764-0561 between 9-9
to schedule your appointment. dF1020
CABANA NO. 12 lives on at 1522, "The Haven."
PE RSON AL
U.M. BOWLING TEAM, tryouts Thurs. Oct. 14,
10 a.m. Women and men sign up Union Lanes for
Michigan Intercollegiate League Association of Col-
lege and Universitites and Big Ten. This is big
time! Don't miss it! cF1014
New interviewing technical director for Black Sheep
Repertory Theater. Please send resume to P.O.
Box 507, Manchester, MI 48158, or call 313-428-
at CHIPPEWA RACQUET CLUB
$25.00/year Student Memberships avail
DIRECTOR OF PROMOTION &
able A full time position in growing theater for enthusi-
astic, adaptable person. Send resume and refer-
59F1031 ences to: Association for the Performing Arts, P.O.
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Have you ever been passed up? Please call 663-
7627 or 995-1959 anytime. dFi2
This is your LAST opporturity to have your senior
portrait taken. The Michiganensian yearbook will
be making appointments through.October 19. Call
764-0561, 9a.m.-9 p.m. for an appointment. dFtc
FREE DAN PERRIN. dF1014
ARE YOU A SMOOTH OPERATOR? dF1014
Monotheistic DOCTRINE of Reincarnation in the
Torah, the Prophets and the Gospels. Write: The
Truth of Islam; P.O. Box 4494, South Bend, Indiana
IMPROVE YOUR GRADES!
Send $1.00 for your 306-page catalog of collegiate
research. 10,250 topics listed. Box 25097G, Los
Angeles, CA 90025. (213) 477-8226. cF807
RESUMES TYPESET (but not type-written), for
less. Overnight service. Call 437-8654 before noon
for that professional "printed" look. cF1209
Box 507, M~anchesuterx, IM148158I. iJ'tUG1
DISPATCHER/CLERK wanted permanent, full-
time, afternoon shift. Prior experience helpful but
not necessary. Call Mr. Blair at: 662-2253. 77H1011
FREE QUALITY MEALS for 1/2 hour of light
kitchen work at EAM fraternity. People needed
for lunch and/or dinner. Call Scott at 663-3390 or
WE'RE LOOKING for reliable people to deliver
the Michigan Daily mornings. Campus routes, bonus
for supplements and NO COLLECTING. Call 764-
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
EPIDEMIOLOGIST with background in use of MTS
and interest in health promotion in industry. Call
Health Analysts, 769-1197. 66H1018
DOOLEY'S is now taking applications for part-
time day preparatory cooks and part-time pizza
cooks. Apply Monday-Friday, 2:00-5:00 p.m., at 310
Maynard Street. 68HI020
POSTER PERSON wanted 2-4 hours a week. $3.75
per hour. Call Hillel, 663-3336. cH1016
NEW SMUGGLERS INN
The Boardwalk. Near Briarwood
STUDENTS-McKinley Properties is looking now
for persons to shovel snow this winter. Work at your
convenience. $3.25/hour, must provide own tran-
sportation. Call 769-8520. 75H 1003
Kup and delivery. 663-
THANKSGIVING BREAK FLIGHTS
Detroit to: JFK $106, LaGuardia $129, Chicago $78,
Boston $180, Philadelphia $115, Space limited. Call:
Great Places Travel., 216 S. Fourth Ave., 769-1776.
Riders wanted to New England, leaving October 19.
971-4016 before 9:30 a.m 40P1017
1966 COMET, 32,000 miles, new transmission,
brakes and tires. Needs exhaust system. 994-1195.
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, scientific, realtime
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
OVERSEAS JOBS-Summer/year round. Europe, S.
America, Australia, Asia. Etc. All Fields, $500-$1200
monthly. Expenses paid. Sightseeing. Free infor-
mation Write: IJC, Box 52, Corona Del Mar, CA,
STUDENT TICKET Ohio State game for sale: Best
offer. Call 764-8783. dQ1020
I NEED 4 tickets for the OSU-Mich. game. Call
AMERICAN AIRLINES HALF PRICE TICKET.
CII 994-0299, after 6:00 p.m. 26Q1016
NEED FOUR SEATS, same section, for Indiana
game Oct. 27. Sue, 764-0552. dQ1017
FOR SALE-Two tickets for Eagles concert, Sun-
day, October 14. Excellent seats. Call Don, 665-
TICKETS WANTED-Pair together for Homecom-
ing against Indiana. Call 994-9322 before midnight.
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
1217 S. University
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:
iommate wanted to share large one bedroom apar-
ent near campus. $165/month. 996-5540. 75C1019
JRNISHED ROOM-Quiet grad-student preferred.
> cooking, smoking. 665-7267. 73C1014
EMALE-Own room in two bedroom modern
artment. $150/month, one third utilities. 995-9393,
OMEN-OWN ROOM in apartment near campus.
vailable immediately or November 1. No lease.
25/month plus utilities. Cathy, 668-8434. 60C1016
OODBURY GARDENS, spacious 2 bedroom town-
use apt., beautiful lot, near campus, pool, tennis,
uuna. Available Oct. 10. 9 month lease or longer.
3-5781 (days); 996-1938 (evenings). 45C1017
aces available for men, women in North and
ntral Campus co-ops. Friendly, economical living
perience. Room, board, utilities for $185/month,
ared work. Inter-Cooperative Council, 4002 Mich-
in Uion, 662-4414. 28C1025
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MAKE LOVE !-NOT WAR
(It's good for our business)
1209 S. University
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
Full or part-time temporary people needed for elec-
tronic test and repair. One year electronic experien-
ce required. Day or evening hours. Call 665-8632,
cFtc David Squires. 63H1020
Musicians-Entertainers wanted to perform for oc-
casional coffee houses at Hillel. Pay negotiable. Call
CHILD CARE Monays and/or Wednesdays 2-6 p.m.
Pay negotiable. Paid travel time. Marian Avenue
near Packard and Stadium. Call 663-5978. 08H1012
MATURE, .NEAT, quiet proressional or student
needed to share apartment. Master bedroom w/
bath attached, telephone, air conditioning, swim-
ming pool, laundty facilities, etc. $165/month plus
utilities. 769-1714. 69Y1014
Do a Tree a Favor:
Recycle Your Daily
For a Good Time, Call Charley. 49F1014
IN THESE TIMES is a weekly newspaper giving
you in-depth coverage of labor, environmental
issues, and more. Bring us this ad for your free
sample copy. A PERIODICAL RETREAT. 3361, S
CASHIER AND CONCESSION. 20-25 hours weekly.
$3.25/hr., must be able to work evenings, weekends.
Apply in person. Ann Arbor Theatre (formerly the
5th Forum Theatre), 210 S. Fifth Avenue. 15H1020
Part or full-time retail sales personnel needed.
Experienced in retail sales or knowledge of elec-
tronics, stereo hi-fi or computers required. Should
be able to work through Christmas. Call 663-3040.
Or see Pat at Briarwood. An equal opportunity
Made from recycled scrap
Copyquick on S. University
No Frills Copies-21t-24 hours
Accu-Copy, 524 E. William, 769-8338
UNIVERSITY CELLAR is currently accepting
cFtc applications for winter book rush, temporary jobs
_____ beginning in December or January. Applications
will be accepted through Oct. 15. Apply at the in-
formation desk at the back of the store. University
Cellar, Michigan Union Basement. 59H1014
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
0 IM79Los Asadua ThansSydkas.
Social or service
9 .Jeu de Pomme
14 Unicorn fish
15 Old Teutonic
16 Portents: Lat.
17 Nostalgic coiffure
19 Tibet's neighbor
24 More or less
25 Professions of
46 See 43 Down
47 Party supporter
50 Without moisture
51 UN labor gp.
52 Companion of 35
53 Area of the
58 One of 43 Down
60 Italian poet
62 Greek mountain
18 Cloth for adisco
USED SCIENCE FICTION
USED SHEET MUSIC
THE DAWN TREADER SHOP
525 E. Liberty, inside Bill's Bindery
For a Good Time, call Charley. 48F1014
PRIMAL/FEELING THERAPY-The Personal
Growth Center, 403 Miller, 973-9764. cFtc
FREE Pregnancy Tests. Safe, legal abortions,
immediate appointments. Gynecology clinic.
Helping women since 1972. Women's Center, (313)
WORKSHOP FOR SINGLES (5 ,men, 5 women).
Skill training in initiating, deepening, renegotiating
relationships. October 19-21. $25 registration fee plus
sliding scale. Bob Blood, PhD, Margaret Blood, MA.
769-0046. cF 1018
LSA STUDENT Government is now accepting
applictions for the following committees: The Ad-
ministrative Board, The Curriculum Committee,
The Academic Judiciary, The Admissions Com-
mittee, The Student Faculty Policy Board, The
League Board of Governors. MSA, and The Griev-
ance Appeals Pannel. Interviews will be held on
Monday and Tuesday, October 15 and 16. Sign up
at 4003 in the Michigan Union. 04F1014
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
For a Good Time, call Charley. 47F1014
MOVING AND HAULING. Very cheap. 973-9631,
call between 7p.m. and 2 p.m. cF1031
DRIVER NEEDED to drive Dodge Dart to San
Francisco within one week. 1-545-6696. 46G1013
RIDER TO San Francisco. Prefer female. Driving
with trailer. Leave October 26. 996-1451. 62G1014
Needs people evenings.
Good starting wage.
419 E. William
or call 995-0405
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. 52H1014
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. 44H1019
PROFESSIONAL TYPING, Specializaing in Dis-
sertations. Reasonable rates. 769-2255, LEAVE
WRITING SERVICES. Creative, Technical, Editing,
Research. Experienced. Professional. 996-0566.
showing Oct. 19 & 20
26 Coffee server
28 Grocery purchase
29 -,tac, toe
31 'Fish with suction
disk for clinging
33 Pompous and
Make - at
64 Steak order
65 Fall mo.
Person of irri-
Founder of Troy
Part of the police
Its capital is
Skin diver's gear
Relative of 17
La -, Holly-
Horn of a
to STATE 12-3-4
37 .Unit for measur-
One of 13 Down.
6 Name in publish-
7 Burmese states-
9 One of 43 Down
10 Soul: Fr.
11 More mellow
55 Smell - (have
57 Scholastic deg.
59 See 35 Down
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ZIONIsT YouTH movement seeking part-time
director for Michigan. Car necessary. Call Larry:
663-3307, or Marsha: 1-355-4350. 31H1016
Herman's World of Sporting
Briarwood Mall. Sales positions, full and part time.
Gary Lewis, 662-8000. 39H1014
AD deadline is 12 noon the day before
publication (4 P.M. Fri. for Sun.) including
corrections-ond 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
according to original number of days ordered.
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Name & Address:
AND YOU WIN!
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THE AREA'S FAVORITE CULT CLASSIC
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JIMI HENDRIX &
Hendrix at his peak. Peter Pilaf ian,
The historic in color from
Berkeley Concert, _ I-N.
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