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Daily Classifieds

FOUND-KEYS at Geddes entrance to Arb on
1/14/79. Description-Grad. of '77 medallion. Call
761-1693. 69A117
FOUND-SET OF KEYS on N. Ingalls. Call 668-
299. dA116

FOR SALE-MORANTZ 2230 30 watt per channel,
excellent condition, 212 years old. Call 668-1948,
$130. 58B119
FOR SALE-1 Olypiette Electric Typewriter for
$65 and one accordian for $65. Call 761-4281 and ask
for John. 57B118
FOR THE BEST IN WATER BEDS remember to
come see Waterworks Waterbeds at 3066 Packard
near Platt. 971-1355. cBtc
WATERBEDS are bedder from A New Dawning
Water Bedrooms. Visit our newly expanded location
at 213 S. Fifth Ave. Between Liberty and Washing-
ton. 665-0386. cBtc
CROSS COUNTRY SKIS trak ralle, never used.
663-3763. 16B119
BOOKCASES, Centicore Bookshop, 339 S. University
going out of business, disposing of all bookcases.
Very inexpensive, come and see them, they must
go fast. 67B119
BICYCLE-TYLER 3 speed, also humidifier. Call
995-0455. 31B116
REFRIGERATOR, ideal for room or small apart-
ment. Call 971-3332. 33B117

FALL OCCUPANCY
Modern two bedroom furnished apts. 2 blocks from
Diag. Parking. Also 1 & 2 man furnished apts.
in older Campus Homes.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC.
335 E. Huron 663-4101
cCtc
FEMALE NEEDED for semi-private room in co-ed
house. Cheap rent. 995-4229. 56C116
Room: $140/mo. negotiable. Optional meal plan
$110/mo. 1501 Washtenaw, 995-4258. 82C112
FEMALE TO SHARE spacious furnishied one bed-
room apartment close to campus. Available im-
mediately. 4 month lease. Price very negotiable.
Call collect 1-898-2572 after 6p.m. 68C122
BILEVEL TWO BEDROOM campus apartment.
Unexpectly available. Jan. thru Aug. lease. Ideal for
four. Campus Rentals, 665-8825. eCtc

FEMALE HOUSING for fall, eight month lease,
very reasonable. Call 668-6774. 20E116
ROOM-$140/mo. negotiable. Optional meal plan
$110/mo. 1501 Washtenaw. 995-4258. 41E119
MALE LEASE for sale in convenient Mosher
Jordan double. Lewis-764-6980. Call PERSIS-
TENTLY. 16E114
HUNGRY? Meal contracts available at Joint House
Co-op. Two prepared meals and snacking privileges.
Laundry, recreational facilities, friendly conversa-
tion included. $75/month and 3 hours work/week.
Come for dinner Sunday, Jan. 14 at 6 p.m. or call
Erica or John, 994-3160.917 S. Forest. 89E114
FOR SALE-LEASE in South Quad male double.
Call Dave, 769-3799 after 5. 48E117
ROOM AND BQARD-North Campus Co-op avail-
able. $165/mo. Glenn, 764-9548/663-6955. 55E118
LEASE FOR SALE. Alice Lloyd male double, nice
roommate. Call 764-4931 after 5. 56E117
FRATERNITY now accepting noh-member board-
ers for 2nd semester. Room and all meals, $900.
Call 761-7104. 06E1211

TONIGHT AC-I Bridge Tournament. 7:30 p.m.
Assembly Hall. $3.50/pair. Michigan Union. cF116
A FULL AIR FORCE ROTC SCHOLARSHIP. Plus
$100 a month allowance. Plus an officer's commis-
sion. Plus a chance to compete for a challenging
job. Plus a future with unlimited opportunities.
Call AFROTC today. 764-2403. 85F116
BOWLING LEAGUES forming. Last call. Sign up
now Union Lanes. Next Women's and Men's-60/
game. Open 10 a.m. Monday-Friday, 1:00 p.m. Satur-
day and Sunday. cF118
JUDAIC SESSIONS AT CHABAD HOUSE
TORADH-(5 books of Moses) with comentary.
PROPHETS-with commentary.
JEWISH LAW-up to date laws.
TALMUND-Beginners and advanced.
AVOS-ethics from Sinai with commentary. Mean-
ing of prayer-history and translation.
JEWISH PHILOSOPHY-(Jewish Mysticism)
MINCHAS CHINUCH-Review of the 613 MITZVOT
(Jewish law)
Every evening 7-10 p.m. (also afternoons). Free of
charge Beginners/advanced session. 715 Hill Street,
corner Oakland. Dial 99-LEARN. cFtc
EXPLORE THE EARTH-Small group expeditions
to Nepal, Kashmir, Columbia, SRI Lanka. Call
Journeys, 995-4658. cFtc
WOMEN'S AND MEN'S ACU-I Pocket Billiard
Tournament. Sign up at Union. Billiards open 10:00
a.m. January 17, 18, 19 and 20. ACU-I Bowling Tour-
nament Saturday, January 27, 9:30 a.m. Union
Lanes. cF119
MATH & SCIENCE majors. Developing nations in
Africa, Asia and South America need energetic
individuals for challenging positions. Monthly living
allowances, medical care, paid travel. Must be U.S.
citizen with no dependents. Contact Peace Corps
at the Placement Center, Student Activities Build-
ing, Jan. 22, 23, 24, 25. Call 763-1363 for appoint-
ments. p26H123
MARTIN LUTHER KING was not a DEKE. Neither
was Tom Hayden or John Kenneth Galbraith or
Alan Alda or Thomas Edison or Hank Aaron or
Brian Piccolo or Billy Joel or Normal Rockwell
or Mark Twain . . . and they're not any worse off
fo- -t. -dF
TO THE WOMAN IN THE YELA DRESS:
JUST WHEN YOU THOUGHT IT WAS SAFE TO
GO BACK TO YOUR MAILBOX.. .
(there is only one way to stop these personals
from appearing every day until February 11.
You already know the secret, you just have to
remember it. Until tomorrow ...) dF
SPECIAL ED majors. Needed for special jobs in
Asia, South America and Africa. Help others build
better futures while you get valuable experience.
Must be U.S. citizen, single/married, no dependents.
No upper age limit. Contact Peace Corps at the
Placement Center, Student Activities Building, Jan.
22, 23, 24, 25. Call 763-1363 for appointments. p27F123

TO STUDENTS APPLYING for admissions to the
Physical Therapy Curriculum-Applications and
references are due January 15. Transcripts are
due February 15 at 1018 Fuller Rd. 15F115
MEAL CONTRACTS available at Friends Inter-
national Co-op. Good meals, conversation, ping-
pong, study area, laundry and more. Prefer Grad
students. 1416 Hill Street. 761-7435, 99F 110
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK-769-0560
1217 S.,University
cFtc
MASSAGE FOR MALES by masseur. Introductory
rates. Flint (313)235-9081 (8a.m.-9p.m.). 25F117

BABYSITTER for 1 yr. old. Tues. and Thurs. morn-
ings, North Campus area. 995-4688. 33H120
BUSBOYS NEEDED for fraternity. Free meals
included. Call 668-1957 or 761-5227, ask for Steward.
30H120

JOB OPPORTUNITY
Applications for the Electrical Apprenticeship are
available at the Vocational Education Office, Room
111, Eberwhite School, 800 Soule Blvd., Ann Arbor,
Mich. from 10:00 a.m. to noon and 1:00 p.m. to
4:00 p.m. weekdays. Applicants must be 18 years of
age, have completed high school and have one year
of high school algebra or the equivalent.
Completed applications must be returned to the
Vocational Office no later than February 28, 1979.
An Equal Oppottunity Apprenticeship Program.
44H121
44H 121
Two work/study positions available within Student
Services.,Opportunity to work with and understand
the information networks within U. of M.
Opportunity for student to work in the Women's
Program office. Please call 764-Q207 or 763-4187 for
more information. 21H117
NUTRITION & HOME EC. Majors. Your degree
and experience could qualify you for a wide variety
of opportunities in the Peace Corps. Teach in high
schools, colleges. Work with cooking, nutrition,
child care, hygiene, family planning. Must be U.S.
citizen, single/married, no dependents. No upper
age limit. Paid travel, living allowance, medical
benefits. Contact the Peace Corps at the Placement
Center, Student Activities Building, Jan. 22, 23, 24,
25. Call 763-1363 for appointments. p93H123

VOC. ED./IND. ARTS-Your skills are necessary
to developing countries. Paid travel, living allow-
ance, medical care. Must be U.S. citizen, single/
married, no dependents. No upper age limit. Contact
Peace Corps at the Placement Center, Student
Activities Building, Jan. 22, 23, 24, 25. Call 763-
1363 for appointments. p09H123

ENGINEERS-You are needed to build dams,
construct wells, bridges, roads and reservoirs.
Design electrical installations and industrial
projects.,Positions in Asia, Africa and South
America. Paid travel, living allowance, medical
care: Must be U.S. citizen, single/married, no
dependents. No upper age limit. Contact the Peace
Corps at the Placement Center, Student Activities
Building, Jan. 22, 23, 24, 25. Call 763-1363 for
appointments. p07H123

M1

'2 DUUBL., vilage Green m(orth Campus) .Graa
Student preferred. 995-9428 or 662-7109. 59C118
ONE BEDROM, unfurnished apartment. Highland
Dr. Apartments, 5 minute walk from Med Center
and grocery store. Call Alan, 764-7672. 60C118
ROOMMATE TO SHARE in 2 bedroom apt. $130/mo.
for own room, includes heat and water. 665-6858
late and evenings. 43C118
FURNISHED/UNFURNISHED one-bedroom apart-
ment. Five blocks from campus. $180/month in-
cludes utilities. Call 994-3825 after 6 p.m. 61C118
FEMALE wanted own room available in large
furnished house. Excellent location, share expenses
with 5 friendly M & F. Available 21, immediately if
-necessary. Spr./sum. option. 662-7799. 47C117
-Roommate needed to share a double. $125/mo.
'Close to campus. 665-0922; 478-4922. 04C0116
SINGLE ROOM in East Quad available immediate-
ly. Co-ed Hall. Call 764-2600. 14C116
GEDDES OBSERVATORY AREA
Two bedroom modern furnished apts. for fall,
parking, separate kitchen, laundry facilities.
Campus Management, Inc. . 663-4101
ectc
FURNISHED, UNFURNISHED one-bedroom apart-
ment one block from campus. $180 month includes
utilities. Call 994-3828 after 6 p.m. 29C116
FALL
CAMPUS AREA
APARTMENTS AND HOUSES
WELL FURNISHED UNITS IN MODERN
BUILDING AND UN IQUE OLDER HOMES
STOP BY SOON
FOR COMPLETE INFO AND BEST
SELECTION
CAMPUS
RENTALS
SOUTH UNIVERSITY AT
WASHTENAW
1 665-8825
cCtc
BURNISHED, ONE-BEDROOM APT., washer and
dryer, dishwasher, heat and water included. Extra
sharp, $285/month. No lease required. 663-6910.
50C116
- -----

FORESTERS. Developing countries need your
forestry background/degree to improve their
natural resources. As a Peace Corps volunteer you
can put your skills to work. Paid travel, living
expenses, medical benefits. Must be. U.S. citizen,
married/single, no dependents. No upper age
limit. Contact the Peace Corps at the Placement
Center. Student Activities Building, Jan. 22, 23, 24,
25. Call 763-1363 for appointments. p11H123

MR. TONY'S HIRING for counter help days and
nights, full and part time. 342 S. State St. 23H124
COOK NEEDED for Frat for lunches and dinners
Mon.-Fri. Males, Females, references required. 761-
7104. 37H117
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY for work study.
Student to learn research skills in Psychology and
Psychiatry. No experience necessary. We will
train. Call 763-0115 for appointment. Psychophysi-
ology Clinic. 29H117
DISHWASHER NEEDED for noon and evening
meals. Meals provided. 761-8282 or 667-6687. 35H114
FRED SKLAAR
INTERNATIONAL
-FASHION MENSWEAR
SALES, CASHIERS, AND
STOCKPERSONS
HIRING NOW
-Higher Wages and Benefits
-Apply in person, appropriately
dressed
-10 a.m.-4 p.m.
236 Briarwood Circle
24H120
SECURITY GUARDS. Full and/or part time.
Campus assignment; 11:30 p.m.-7:30 a.m. Apply
(2 p.m.-6 p.m.) at
State Security Services Inc.
1000 Cornwell
Ann Arbor, MI
(North Engels Bldg)
An Equal Opportunity Employer
07H124
MEAL JOB at sorority, bussing tables. 663-5331
95H118
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR RN'S
AND LPN'S FOR CHARGE NURSES.
Call Parkview Extended Care Convalescent Center,
483-6125. 4911118
Kitchen hell, $3.00 per hour at sorority. Call 663-5331.
90H1 18
Breakfast cook, 5 days per week at sorority. Call 663-
53_31. 88H118
HELP'WANTED-Office clerk. Would prefer morn-
ings, but hours flexible. Call Debbie, 769-2691. 43H120
AIDES AND ORDERLIES, new beneifts available,
all shifts. For more information call 483-6125. Park-
view Extended Care Convalescent Center. 45H118
MEN! WOMEN!
JOBS
CRUISE SHIPS " FREIGHTERS
No experience. High Pay! See Europe, Hawaii,
,Australia, So. America. Summer Career! Send
$3.85 for info to SEAWORLD, Box 61035, Sacto,
A. 95860. 61H201
COLLEGESTUDENT WANTED to assist handi-
capped man and help with inside and outside
house tasks, Will trade for room, board and loving
family. 995-8855. 46H112
BUSINESS SERVICES
CONTROL WEIGHT Effectively without sacrificing
nutrition. Satisfying, delicious Mini Meal food bar-
3 flavors Convenient meal for busy people. (313)
434-2468. 63J118
English lessons for foreigners. Experienced tutor.
Call 663-9644. 55J 122
EXPERIENCED TYPIST
Will quickly type Medical/Legal/Technical Disser-
tations. Call Jane at 668-7217. 62J116
PROFESSIONAL TYPING
and
WORDPROCESSING
The WORDPROCESSORS. We
specialize in dissertations, manuscripts, resumes,
legal and term papers. Rackham quality guaran-
teed: Also copying, printing and binding, open 7 days.

SINGLES WORKSHOP (5 men, 5 women). Practice
initiating, deepening, renegotiating relationships.
Jan. 26-28. $25 plus sliding scale. Bob, Margaret
Blood, 769-0046. Openings left for women only.
cF120
J. P. MORGAN WAS A DEKE. 79F121
AMERICAN BANDSTAND'S Dick Clark is a
member of DELTA KAPPA EPSILON.
78F121
COLE PORTER WAS A DEKE. 77F121
Robert Peary took the Deke flag with him to the Pole
while Alan Bean had one with him on the moon.
76F121
Silverdome architect Carl Luchenbach belonged to
DKE atMichigan. . 81F121
Detroit real estate d :per John W. Lambrecht is a
Michigan Deke. 80F121
CONVERSATION PARTNERS. Needed to speak
English 1 hour a week with English Language
Institute students. Language exchange possible with
Japanese, Arabic, and Persian speakers. To
volunteer, call ELI, 764-2413, 8,12, 1-5. 51F117
Nathaniel Hawthorne's scarlet letters were DKE.
82F121
Rush Deke during Rush Week, 61112 E. William, 668-
8998. 83F 121
NUKE THE SEALS!-
PERSONAL GROWT'H GROUPS (Psych. 201) has
openings available through Jan. 31. To register or
for informatiop call Corner House: 764-9279. p08F126
OPENINGS THROUGH JANUARY in on-going,
experiential, Gestalt-oriented personal growth and
support group. Tuesday evenings 7-10 (through
March 13). Minimum fee: $15/session. For details/
introductory interview, call Michael Andes or Cath-
erine Lilly, 662-5215. 09F130
WE BAKE 'EM AND TAKE'EM
Personalized cake delivered with a musical flair.
Create your own occasion. 663-1245. cFtc

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edtted by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe

PRIMAL/FEELING THERAPY - The Personal
-Growth Center, 403 Miller, 971-0102. cFtc
Win NBA
ALL STAR TICKETS
Pick-up your official entry form to win 2 great
seats for the NBA All Star game in Pontiac, Feb.
4th. Also check out our copying, typing and print-
ing-super quality and service, open 7 days.
The WORDPROCESSORS
211 S. State St. 662-3969
cItc
PROJECT COMMUNITY seeks tutors for after
school center. Credit. Call 763-3548 for appointment.
dF117
FOR SALE-Jacket, 100% nylon with down filling.
Two years old, size large, $35. Call Jay, 764-5190
or 663-8292. 08F116
CREDIT! EXPERIENCE! Field Placements
available at Adrian. Call Project Community,
Michigan Union, 763-3548. dFll7
WANTED-Conversation partner for woman learn-
ing ameslan. Box 21, Michigan Daily. 31F116
INTERESTED in a Legal Career? Call Project
Community about the Courtwatching Program, 763-
3548. dF117
'PERSPECTIVE JUNIOR (SENIOR; year-abroad
students are remigded that the application deadline
is Januaiy 31. Please call Hank Peiter at 764-4489
if you have questions. 21F123
RUSH DEKE during Rush Week, 61112 E. William,
668-8998. 74F120
DELECTABLE DELI'S
Sunday, Jan. 14, 6:00 p.m. at Hillel Foundation,
1429 Hill St: New York Style. $1.50 per plate. cF114
EXAMINATION JITTERS?
Do you blank out on exams? Anxious about tests?
You may be interested in our biofeedback assisted
test anxiety program. For more information, call
764-6311 or visit K-103 West Quad. Program under
the direction of Dr. James D. Papsdorf. A service-
research program. 37F127
CREDIT! EXPERIENCE! Field Placements avail-
able at Huron Valley. Call Project Community,
Michigan Union, 763-3548. dF117
THE DEKE SENATE delegation is broad spectrum
enough to include Thomas F. Eagleto-n and Russell
B. Long. 73F120
KARMA TEGSUM CHOLING, a Tibetan Buddhist
Dharma Center, invites you for an evening of
meditation, discussion, tea and cookies 7:30 Tues.,
Jan. 16, 734 Fountain St. 994-6657. 97F116
R. SARGENT SHRIVER and George Bush are both
Dekes. 72F120
SHOPPER NEEDED for Hillel Foundation, 1429
Hill St. Good pay. Shopping done on Thurs. and/or
Fri. mornings. Car is needed. Call 663-3336 for
information. cF117
WILLIAM SIMON'S and Phil Buchen's fraternity
is Delta Kappa Epsilon. 71F120
TUES. NOON time films at Wesley Foundation
Pine Room, 602 E. Huron at State. This week's
film I HAVE A DREAM, a tribute to Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Tues. at 12:10 p.m. cF116
CREDIT! EXPERIENCE! Field Placements
available at Jackson Prison. Call Project Com-
munity, Michigan Union, 763-3548. dF117
GERALD FORD, Teddy Roosevelt, and Rutherford
Hayes were all Dekes. 70F120
WILL TAKE CARE of elderly family members,
five days/week with on-call services available 24
hours/day; no live-in; have medical experience.
Call Michael at 665-9683, 1-5 p.m. or after 8 p.m.
dF

LAW GRAD needs to serve as VISTA (Volunteers
in Service To America). Interested in farmworker
law? Community development? Immigration law?
Many other areas. Contact VISTA at the Student
Activities Building Jan. 22, 13, 24, 25. Call 763-
1363 for appointments. p24H123

LIBERAL ARTS-Your education in a variety of
fields could quality you for Peace Corps projects
in developing countries. Must be U.S. citizen, single/
married, no dependents. No upper age limit. Contact
Peace Corps at the Placement Center, Student
Activities Building, Jan. 22, 23, 24, 25. Call 763-
1363 for appointments. p10H123

ARCHITECTS & URBAN PLANNERS are needed by
VISTA to design low-income housing. Challenging
positions for qualified applicants. Contact VISTA
at the Placement Center, Student Activities Build-
ing, Jan. 22, 23, 24, 25. Call 763-1363 for appoint-
ments. o9H123

211 S. State St.

662-3969
cJtc

THERAPISTS. Occupational and physical needed
for projects in ASIA, AFRICA & SOUTH AMERICA.
Must be U.S. citizen, no dependents. Contact Peace
Corps at the Placement Center, Student Activities
Building, Jan. 22, 23, 24, 25. Call 763-1363 for appoint-
ment. p00H123

SOCIAL WORKERS are needed for grassroots
projects all over the United States. Develop pro-
grams in public health, -housing, community de-
velopment, youth counseling, services for the
aging and handicapped. Travel, living expenses,
medical benefits. Contact VISTA at the Placement
Center, Student Activities Building, Jan. 22, 23, 24,
25. Call 763-1363 for appointments. p92H123

RESUME WRITING
Assistance with information organization, content
development and style definitions. 761-9220, 6-9 p.m.
44J117
DISSERTATION &
MANUSCRIPT TYPING
Free spelling, grammar, punctuation pnd cleanup.
RACKHAM QUALITY GUARANTEED
Reasonable Rates
KATHY BLACK-665-3416
cJtc
WRITING SERVICES. Creative, Technical,
Editing, Research, Typing. Experienced Profes-
sional. 996-0566. cJtc
TYPING/BINDING
" Dissertations
" Theses/Term papers
" Business/Letters/Resumes
" Legal
Judie Birdsall 665-9843
612 S. Forest Suite B
cJtc

FISHERIES/MARINE BIOLOGISTS. Use your
experience as a Peace Corps volunteer. Developing
nations in South America, Africa and Asia need
salt and fresh water fisheries experts. Paid travel,
living allowance, medical benefits. Must be U.S.
citizen, single/married, no dependents. No upper
age limit. Contact the Peace Corps at the Place-
ment Center, Student Activities Building, Jan. 22.
23, 24, 25. Call 763-1363 for appointments. pI2H 123

ACROSS
1 Bracing
6 Meat-flavoring
herb
10 "With a Smile
Song"
14 Respond
15 Wild goat
16 Deep sound
17 Eventually:
Phrase
19 Short for shot
and shell
20 Describing Italy's
contour
21 Sale of goods in
small quantities
23 River in
Siberia
24 Important course
of study
25 " Street"
28 Certain fractions
29 Like a goldbrick
30 Ballet movement,
clicking feet to-
gether in air
31 Faint-sounding
34 Interpret
35 "Lafayette,
here"
36 Grandmother, in
Slavic lands
37 Slangy assent
38 Mercy
39 Papal cape
[ 2 345

I17 Le Aags ?lTime Syuid
40 Word of honor
42 Enveloped
43 Show girl
45 Earthy deposit
46 Water sport
47 conclusion
51 Unequal condi-
tions
52 Official govern-
ment report
54 Pointed arch
55 Top rating
56 Friends, among
the Romans
57 Composer Jerome
58 Impelling urges:
Slang
59 Periods of time
DOWN
1 Nursery item
2 Custer's second
in command
3 Villain of Shake-
spearean tragedy
4 New oil produc-
ing country
5 Dynasty of
ancient Egypt
6 Site of transfer of
Alaska to U. S.,
1867
7 Rose's man
8 Precious stone

11 Part of an oldtime
battlefield: Phrase
12 Shaped like
a cupola
13 Root used as soap
in Mexico
18 Eat
22 O'Casey's land
24 Derby or Devon
25 Full of life
26 Alas: Lat.
27 Cleanser
28 Follow
30 Street of the
blues song
32 Hautboy
33 Queen Mab's rod
35 Aviator Corrigan's
nickname, 1938
36 "Take me out to
the-..."
38 Cheshire cat's
expression
39 Dog's foot
41 Ascended
42 Bus money
43 Thief
44 Gammer Gurton's
goodman, 1552
45 Small particles
47 Sibelius, for one
48 18th cent. English
painter
49 Part of a bottle
50 Goddess of discord
53 Cultivator
m 0 11 2 3

BUSINESS MAJORS. Challenging opportunities
available now with Peace Corps and VISTA. Talk
to a representative at the Placement Center, Student
Activities Building, Jan. 22, 23, 24, 25. Call 763-
1363 for appointments. p01H123

EDUCATION majors. Consider 2 years in Asia,
South America, Africa. Put your skills to work as
a Peace Corps Volunteer. Must be U.S. citizen,
single/married, no dependents. No upper age
limit. Contact representatives at the Placement
Center, Student Activities Building, Jan. 22, 23,
24, 25. Call 763-1362 for appointments. pO2H 123

MICHIGAN CITIZENS CONSUMER ACTIVISTS
LOBBY needs energetic, committed people, for its
fund-raising canvas. Work in values extensive
interpersonal contact. Full-time and part-time
salaried positions. Call 663-6824 between 12 and 2.
45H116
Working mother needs responsible lady to supervise
8-year-old son, before and after school in exchange
for room and board. Mary Hughes: Home 971-6201,
work 994-9460. , 53H125
AJTURIAL TRAINEES WANTED
Are you a graduate, or near graduate, with a
heavy math concentration? Do you have a logical
mind, imaginative ideas, communicative skills, and
managerial apptitude? Are you seeking a career,
rewarding compensation and a progressive, dy-
namic company? If your answers to the above are
YES, then YOU should consider a career as a
casualty actuary, with The Great American Insur-
ance Co. We offer excellent salary and benefit
package. We will be interviewing on your campus
in the near future. For further information contact
your placement center. 59H123
LOVING BABYSITTER for 4 month old boy. 3
daays a week, 2-3 hours. Must be a non-smoker.
995-4664. 511H11
BABYSITTER-Warm, responsible, creative per-
son to care for pre-schoolers. My Burns Park home.
12-6 weekdays or live-in; private room and bath.
References. Please call 761-8477. 54H117
COLLEGE STUDENT WANTED to assist handi-
capped man and help with inside and outside house
tasks. Will trade for room, board and loving family.
995-8855. 38H119
BABYSITTER WANTED 9-5 Mon.-Fri. in your
home. Northwood area. Rates negotiable. Call
evenings, 665-5416. 32H120
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES for responsible,
hardworking students are available with The
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but the experience is invaluable. Applications are
now being taken for business staff positions. Apply in
person. The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard, MWF
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HOUSE CLEANING-1!2 day every other week. Call
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Sponsored by U-M Flyers. 13 sessions course. Meets
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16. Rm. No. 3080 E. Engine. $45.00 course.. Fee
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For Sale: 1974 Mustang II. Good condition with snow
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NEW STEREO price rise, buy used-1 yr. old
Pioneer 4141 cassette deck-$130; yr. old Garrard
0100-SB turntable-$70; or make me an offer. 764-
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USED BUNDY CLARINET, good shape, $150. Call
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USED SLINGER-land drum set, black with Zildjian
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