Page 8-Tuesday, October 23, 1979-The Michigan Daily
If you find your name and address 5II SWINNERS EVERY DAY
in today's Michigan Daily classified , No Contest To Enter!
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TWO FREE TICKETS
to any one of
WOODY AL LEN His hangups are Hilarious
SOdWAr HarOld aMaude
SHOWING OCT. 26 and 27
Just look through today's Classified
Ads. Five U of M students will find their
names hidden in this section. If your
name and address appear, call at our
business office (9 a.m.-5 p.m.), 420
Maynard, within 24 hours. Two free
tickets for a State 1 -2-3-4 Midnight
Movie of your choice will I presented
you, courtesy of The Michigan Daily
UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES
iOG' STILL MISSING. Little boy heartbroken. we have a large selection of books and periodicals on
Yellow Labrador Retriever, 41A month old female. astrology, tarot, natural healing, and more. Also a
Please return, no questions asked. 824 Granger. good supply of tarot cards. A Periodical Retreat. The
all 665-5269 or 665-2359. Reward. 42A1027 second floor bookstore. 336,2 S. State. Phone 663-
-SCOUPLES ENRICHMENT WORKSHOP-Com-
muniction, negotiating, and commitment. Oct 26-28
DINNERWARE SET, Highlander pattern, though
some pieces missing, it includes coffee pot, gravy
bowl, etc.; service for 6-8, $20. STEREO, Ward's
brand, 8-track, AM/FM radio; hardly used, $125.
C k.ermit at 769-7824-between 10:30 a.m. and noon
O9LY, please. dBtc
541 Elm St.
Gto amidyghtm evieat State 1-2-3-4 with thetwo
frioe tickets you haye won!, 41023
I919 GREMLIN. 89,000 miles. Reasonable price.
6658380 after 6 p.m. 56B 1024
FOR SALE-Elton John tickets. Call 996-4287.
L[ASE AVAILABLE at large Co-op only 15 minute
walk from campus. Rent $190/io. including food.
C0I Joanne, 769--1434 or 662-9786. 68C1024
RBERT B. MILLER, 1224 Prospect, why not go
to the movies for free? You have won two free
M Tdnight Movie tickets at State 1-2-3-4!! d1023
UITED HALF-FARE COUPON FOR SALE. $40
o% best offer. Call 995-7599 or 662-9156. Ask for
C dyyn. -.dB1029
HALF-PRICE Airline Tickets-American or United.
Call Alex at 971-4401, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. 29B1023
WANTED-Responsible party to take over low
monthly payments on spinet piano. Can be seen
really. Write Credit Manager, P.O. Box 537, Shelby-
Indiana 46176. 02B1024
Available immediately: Female single lease with
loft in South Quad. Call 662-6681 or 764-8640. 67C1026
HOME FOR RENT -
Aailable immediately-Lakefront home, 15 years
oi. 18 minutes from Ann Arbor, 3 bedrooms, study,
fanily room. living room, fireplace, 2 full baths.
Iuase until June, '80. $590 monthly. Call Centnnial
Realty at 995-2051. Evenings 434-5787. 51C1031
Spaces available for men, women in North and
Central Campus co-ops. Friendly, economical living
experience. Room, board, utilities for $185/month,
shared work. Inter-Cooperative Council, 4002 Mich-
i~nUion, 662-4414. 28C1025
ONE BEDROOM apartment, West side, fully
ed, porch and garage. $250. 663-0892, Steve.
RACTIVE CAMPUS ROOM. Shared bath. No
king. Near three co-ops. Lease $128.00. 663-
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$25 per person registration plus sliding scale. Bob
Blood, PhD; Margaret Blood, MA. 769-0046. cF1025
Made from recycled scrap
Copyquick on S. University
LISA VALLE, S. Quad-Thronson No. 7115, find a .
friend and take a study break. You have won two
tree tickets to a Midnight movie at State 1-2-3-4!!
Women's Glee Club still has openings in all sections.
Call 665-7408, Mrs. Edwards. 77F1027
IN PERSON BELINDA CAMPOS, pocket billiards
champion. Thursday at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. Free
exhibition in the Pendleton Room at the Union.
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. 3362 S.
ANYONE WITH INFORMATION on hazing at fra-/
ternities: I would appreciate any information you
have for a project. Call Nick at 763-2459. dF1130
BALL AT UNION LANES. The absolute bottom of
the Union. Open 10 a.m. M-F, 1 p.m. Sat. and Sun.
GRETA RUSSEL. 415 E. Hoover, No. 304, you have
won two free tickets to a Midnight Movie at State
EVER THOUGHT ABOUT MOVING TO FLORIDA?
It's easier to do than you think now that we have
put together a complete informational package on
employment, housing, educational facilities, and
much more availble to you here on Florida's Sun-
coast. To receive your complete informational
package and see just how easy it can be to relocate
here on the Suncoast, send $5.50, check or money
order, to Suncoast Reloction Services, P.O. Bo
270231, Tampa, FL 33688. 24F1106
DON'T GET BEHIND-
Let Dynamic Tutoring get you through your classes.
Diagnostic, perscriptive, individual instructions.
Specially designed for foreign language, reading
improvement, study techniques.
Dynamic Tutoring Services, 434-1228
THE DISTINCTION -of being S., Univesity's only
drug store belongs.to The Village Apothecary,
1112 S. University. cFtc
CONSUMER INFO! An Independent Consumer
research study proved Ann Arbor Muffler Installers
to have the lowest prices in town. Call FREE price
quote. 769-5913, cFtc
WE HAVE A LARjGE selection of books and periodi-
cals on-astrology, tarot, natural healing, and nore'.
Also"a goodi supply of tarot cards. A Periodical.
Retreat. The second floorbookstore. 3361- S. State.
Phone 663-0215. cF1103
MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR
(It's good for our business)
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
Sharpen your overall writing skills, Registration
Wednesay and Thursday, October 24 and 25. UM,
Reading Center. 764-9481. 15F1025
"You can always tell a Michigan man . . . but you
can't tell him much." Blue on yellow. Call 663-
2398 or 663-4529 or send $6 plus 50t handling to
"SALOPE," 525 Walnut St., No. 10, Ann Arbor
U-M RESEARCHER in Psychology and History
interested in speaking with children of Holocaust
survivors about their experience of learning about
their parents' lives during and before the war. Call
Hank Greenspan at 995-0254 (evenings) or 763-4092
days). Keep trying. 01F1030
This is your LAST opportunity to have your senior
portrait taken. The Michiganensian yearbook will
be making appointments through October 19. Call
764-0561,9 a.m.-9 p.m. for an appointment. dFtc
Learn speed reading/study skills. Registration
Wednesday and Thursday, October 24 and 25. UM
Learning Center, 764-9481. 16F1025
PRIMAL/FEELING THERAPY-The Personal
Growth Center, 403 Miller, 973-9764. cFtc
FREE Pregnancy Tests. Safe, legal abortions,
immediate appointments.WGynecology clinic.
Helping women since 1972. Women's Center, (313)
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
MODELS NEEDED for Life-Drawing classesat
EMU. Call 487-0186 between 9-1 on M, W, Th and
.12-4 on Tues. and Fri. 03F1023
RESUMES TYPESET (but not type-written), for
less. Overnight service. Call 437-8654 before noon
for that professional "printed" look. cF1209
Have you ever been passed up? Information needed
for class project. Please call 663-7627 or 995-1959
anytime. dF 1025
Are you ever going; to answer the personal quest-
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
Counseling Services, :3100 Michigan Union, is now
screening members for a therapy group for women
who are interested in exploring identity in relation-
ship issues in an atmosphere of positive, personal
growth. 'The group will niee;on Tuesdays from 10-
11:30a.m. If interested call 764.-8312. 53F1023
ERIC'S ACTION SPORTSWEAR
Formerly Second Serve
FACTORY CLOSE-OUTS ON MEN'S, WOMEN'S
TIGER RUNNING SHOES.
406 E. Liberty -2 blocks off Sate
Students to bus lunch/dinner at sorority. 1830 Hill
between 10:00a.m. -7:30 p.m. 62H1024
Dishwashers/Waitresses, full or part time. Call
Bill's Coffee Cup, 665-7465. 65H1026
PIZZA DELIVERY DRIVERS
Must be 18, no car necessary. 1 or 2 nights per
week. Start immediately. Apply in person only after
4:30 p.m. Omega Pizza, across from Couzens Hall.
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
OVERSEAS JOBS-Summer/year round. Europe, S.
America, Australia. Asia. Etc. All Fields; $500-$1200
monthly. Ex enses paid. Sightseeing. Free infor-
mation Write: IJC, Box 52, Corona Del Mar, CA,
GOOD FREE MEALS for 12 hour work. Dishwash-
ers, waitresses, waiters' needed at Psi Upsilon
Fraternity. Stop by at 1000 Hill St. or call Dan,
MANTEL'S RESTAURANT is now hiring dish-
washers. Apply in person weekday afternoons. Day
or night, full or part time positions available. 610
Hilton Blvd. (adjacent to the Briarwood Hilton, I-94
HAVING TROUBLE MAKING
Why not get free food and one dollar per meal for
light kitchen work at EAM fraternity. People needed
for lunch and dinner. Call Scott at 663-3390 or 994-
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
PART-TIME HELP NEEDED for Michigan League
snack bar, cafeteria, and special parties. 11:30-1:30,
5:00-8:00. $3.25/hour. Apply at Manager's Office.
EXPERIENCED WAITRESS WANTED Monday-
thru Friday 4-8 p.m. shift. $2.65/hr. Apply in person
at Angelo's. I100 E. Catherine. 30H11024
PART-TIME GENERAL OFFICE help. College
background required. Eveniigs and weekends.
Aoprox. 30 hours. Call 662-:3149. 47H 1024
DAILY LINE CONTRACT
Number of Weeks N
line/week 13 26 39 inches/week 13
r of Weeks
12 .34 31 .27
6 2.10 1.90
9 2.05 1.85
12 2.00 1.80
15 1.95 1 75
18 1.90 1.70
over 18 1.80 1.65
N.B.. Each group of characters counts as one word.
Hyphenated words over 5 characters count as two words
(this includes telephone numbers) ,
8 lines equals 1 inch
7 words per line
MAKE AND GIVE the most beloved Christmas gift CASH PAID for OHIO STATE tickets. Any sectioio
of all. Three hour workshops, $15.00, includes every- Call 996-2302 after 6:00 p.m. 96QIO2
thing. Group rates for '10 or more. For class -R- L - - --I GN- T L C T
FOR SALE-MIC(HIGAN FOOTBALL TICKETS ,k
schedules call Lenea, 665-2292. Gingerbread House 1-4 together. All games. Call 996-9635 evenings.
Workshop. 94M1024 97Q1025
SCOTTISH COUNTRY Dancing Thursdays, 8 p.m.
Xanadu Co-oplower level Instruction for beginners.
Fnr infncll6ai449 .9M1919
STEREO, ESOTERIC COMPONENTS AT LOW
PRICES. Friendly, Knowledge, Service. Audio;
World, Box 7518, Grand Rapids, MI 49510, 616-
71 'W( 11 ^ . ^ .^n ^ 1,^,
THE WORIPROCESS)RS We handle disser-
tations, manuscripts, resumes, legal and term
papers Rackham quality guaranteed. Also-copying,
x211S.fSTATE'STREET7 days. 662-3969
EXPERIENCED TYPIST, reasonable rates, just
minutes from 1-94 expressway in Belleville. Virginia,
697-2360. - 69J1103
WRITING SERVICES. Creative, Technical, Editing,
Research. Experienced. Professional. 996-0566.
TYPING. 95t per page. Pickup and delivery. 663-
will do papers, reports, resumes, etc. Quick service.
Call 994-5119. 4501026
USE D CA RS
75 Gremlin, 32,000 miles, AC, FM Stereo, power
steeringlnd brakes, rustproofed, 304 V-8, 3 speed, E-
T Mags, headers, air shocks, no rust or dents. 995=
2602. 54N 1026
Three Ohio State tickets wanted. Call 663-5816 after
5:00 p~m. 86Q1026.
ABSOLUTE TOP DOLLAR paid for UM football
tickets. Call 996-1724. 70Q1116
I need 3 tickets together for the Indiana football
game. Call anytime after 5. 663-4796 (ask for Fred).
WANTED-4 OSU tickets together (not end zone),
wi-1pay. Marv, 525-1300 1.76Q1026
I NEED 4 tickets for the OSU-Mich.. game. Call
Detroit to JFK $106, LaGuardia $129, Chicago $78
Boston $180, Philadelphia $115. Book immediately.
Call: Great Places Travel, 216 S. Fourth Ave.
No Frills Copies--21 L¢-24 hours
Accu-Copy, 524 E. William, 769-8338
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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Ma
1 It follows Lundi
6 Parking place
10 Climbing iron
14 In the vicinity
15 Water, in
16 Hawaiian port
17 Front part of an I
old locomotive +
20 Seed covering
21 Appreciative sounds
22 By name: Lat.
24 Ball park cry
26 Nero, etc.
27 Gangster, Asiatic
30 Jayne's cousin
32 French composer
33 Boy with "Great
36 Subject of the
Mock Turtle's song
argaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
979 Los Angeles Times Syndicate
48 Close by
50 A dozen
54 British g
-- Park, Co.
1 Unit of speed/
2 He awoke from a
"dream of peace"
3 Knitting units
4 Marx Brothers
5 Diminutive suffix
6 Hiding place
8 Champs Elysees
9 Habitat of some
10 Medicine man of
12 Full of: Suffix
13 Blooms grown by
18 Noted name in
23 Normandy river
25 Foreign -
26 City of Balzac's
27 Spirited quality
28 Plant with useful
29 Use an insom-
30 Yellow: Fr.
32 Young horses
'34 Singer Burl
37 Member of the
38 Cobra adversary
41 Man's name
43 Character in
45 Port on Shatt-al-
47 Jokes or jibes
51 Desert -
52 Proof mark
53 Ancient mountain
56 Sound from the
57 Kind of muffin 1
A MONOGRAPH entitled "The economic advant-
ages to students of leagal independence" may help
reduce educational expenses by 25%. Send $2.00 to
TTC, Bo 8105. Ann ArborM 148107 28F1022
USED SCIENCE FICTION
USED SHEET MUSIC
THE DAWN TREADER SHOP
525 E. Liberty, inside Bill's Bindery
MOVING AND HAULING. Very cheap. 973-9631,
call between 7a.m. and 2n.m. cF1031
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Kind of, holiday
Father of "intro-
Take A Break!
1500 West Minister Plaza
You have won two free tickets to a Midnight Movie
atState l-2-3-4!! d1023
SALES CLERK-Saturdays and other days. Call
662-9541. . 64H1026
CLEANING WOMAN NEEsyED
Small two bedroom house. Any two hours every
Sat. No floor or window washing. Good pay. For
information, call after 6:00 p.m.: 973-2418. 61H1025
ATTENTION U OF M
University Library has several job openings with a
variety of work schedules. Apply in Personnel
Office, 404 Hotcher Graduate Library. The Univer-
sity of Michigan is a non-discriminatory affirma-
tive-action employer. 74111028
Waiters/waitresses needed Monday, Wednesday,
Friday-Lunch. No experience necessary. Good tips.
convenient location. Apply at the University Club in
the Michigan Union after 2 p.m. Monday-Friday.
Temporary Office Help Needed
Application now being accepted at
'T'emporary Help Service
Phone: Gerry Rushing
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
U~e IdR4&Ja l Falig41
Campus interviews for Texas Instruments,
Consumer Products Division, Lubbock.
7 8 9
20 10 21
7 28 29
Seeking motivated persons interested in
careers in high volume, dynamic, high
technology business. Management
development program will offer opportuni-
ties in areas which include manufacturing
management, material management,
warehouse management, financial
planning and purchasing. You will spend 6
months in at least 3 of the above areas
Develop financial models for business
entities, prepare short and long term
financial forecast, analyze actual perform-
ance to forecast, develop and implement
systems to enhance. existing data base and
to perform special analysis.
Interviewing on Campus
October 24 & 2S
If unable to interview at this time, send