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Roge 6-Sunday, January 21, 1979-The Michigan Daily

'I1

ST-Pair of gold rimmed glasses. Please call
IMax, 665-8791. 13A121
FOUND-Female beagle in downtown Ann Arbor
Kea. Tri-colored with white marks on neck, middle
o face and left hind leg. No collar. Jeff, 665-0608:.
dA123
DARK BROWN Refrigerator, good condition. $70.
Call 665-88135 p.m.-12 p.m. Ask for Debra. 32B124
FOR SALE-Marker Bindings $15. Trappeur Boots
Women's size 61:, $20 and a Blue Parka with a fur-
trimmed hood size 9, $20. Call Emily at 668-7867,
dB 124
OFFSET PRINTER, A.B. Dick 350. Needs a little
work. $500, Call Dave. 995-2889 or 662-7414. 07B124
EXCELLENT QUALITY Hitachi cassette recorder
and like-new Polaroid instant camera. Call Doug
at 764-3097 after 10p.m. 01B 120
FOR SALE--1971 Duster, new battery, excellent
steel radials, good engine, $475. Call after 5 p.m.,
6$5-2203. 89B 126
1976 FIAT 128, 38,000 miles. stick, rust proofed.
Ekcellent condition, $2,000 or best offer. Call after
6pm,994-5178. 748124
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. 66508.ma cmt

"Distinctive Living"
with

CAMPUS FALL RENTALS
#urnished 1I& 2 bedroom apartments, modern build-
ing, dishwasher, disposal, A/C, laundry facilities,
off street parking, no pets. Make application for
Sept. lease. 973-1744. 38C130
IMMEDIATE SUBLET-'2 double Village Green
North. Grad student preferred. Vegetarian room-
mate. Rent negotiable. 995-9428 or 662-7109. :31C123
TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT, furnished, good
location on Packard. 662-1978or 662-0351. 34C128
FALL 1979 CAMPUS
We are currently leasing efficiencies. I & 2 bed-
room modern, furnished apartments for next fall.
Stop by or call Dahlmann Apartments, 543 Church.
761-7600. Daily 9-5. cCtc
ONE BEDROOM available in two bedroom apart-
ment. Female. $135.00. Close to campus. 995-2466.
19C121
MALE SPACE available in Heritage House Apart-
ents, immediately. Call Jon, 668-1463. 17C121
Tjl() ROOM. SUITE with kitchen, separate en-
trnce. in private home, I mile from campus.
(>e person, $250: two persons, $275. 662-6021, eve-
n ingsand wefkends. 21C121
0( IE SINGLE and one double available in spacious.
a tractive, cooperatively run six member home.
95-8901. 6801 24
I~4DERN 2 Bedroom Apartment --Great location,
lA ndry facilities, top security. Call persistently.
1 -4627. 62C124
FkRNISHED HOUSE. Spacious Rooms. Close to
c pus. Takeover leases. 662-9459. 86C123
R OMMATE WANTED to share luxury home in
pi ne location. 3 bdrms., washer/dryer/dwasher.
W1Ik to campus. Working professional or grad
preferred. $283 per mos. & utilities. References &
s urity dep. Lease renewable in June. 995-0760.
90C 123
GEDDES OBSERVATORY AREA
TI bedroom modern furnished apts. for fall.
p ing, separate kitchen, laundry facilities.
C pus Management, Inc. 663-4101
cCtc

MODERN
'APARTMENTS
Now accepting applications for Fall 79'rental
Featuring
- On & Off Campus Locations
* Security Systems
* Furnished
" Heat & Water Paid
* Air Conditioned
- Disposals
* Laundry Room
* Storage
- Balcony
* Parking
For best selection/call now ! !
668-6906 663-3641
cCtc
MODERN
MANAGEMENT
OFFERS
'Distinctive Living"
Clean, well managed apartments in modern build-
ings and houses with character located on & off
campus.
Furnished/Semi-furnished/
Un-furnished
Now Leasing for Fall 79
668-6906 663-3641
cCtc
MALE or female needed for semi-private room in co-
ed house. Phone 995-4229. 410130
STUDENTS INTERESTED in forming a Kosher
co-ed house in fall 1979. Call 764-4620. 78C121
BILEVEL TWO BED)ROOM campus apartment.
Unexpectly available. Jan. thru Aug. lease. Ideal for
four. Campus Rentals.665-8825. cCte
FALL OCCUPANCY
Modern two bedroom furnished apts. 2 blocks from
Diag. Parking. Also f & 2 man furnished apts.
in older Campus Homes.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC.
335 E. Huron 663-4101
SINGLE ROOM in two bedroom apartment close
to CCRB. Quiet. cooperative graduate roommates.
Reasonable rent. Call 663-5412 persistently. 00C123
CAMPUS-Six bedroom, fully furnished, no cats.
Available May 1. $900/mo. 663-5861. 82C123
FALL
CAMPUS AREA
APARTMENTS
WELL FURNISHED UNITS IN
MODERN BUILDINGS
STOP BY SOON
FOR COMPLETE AND BEST SELECTION
CAMPUS
RE NTALS
SOUTH UNIVERSITY AT
WASHTENAW
665-8825
ecte

FRIENDLY FEMINIST HOUSE needs one woman.
$95.00 a month. Own room near campus. Phone
995-3790. 76E 123
BOARDERS WANTED. Small friendly fraternity.
$220/mo. plus phone. Call 761-6442. 1705 Hill St.
71E121

LEASE AVAILABLE in STOCKWELL HALL,
Single room. January-April with the option of next
fall. The room is freshly painted, the dorm has
great food and it's on a friendly corridor. Call
764-1939 before it a.m. or after 11 p.m. Be pe
sistent. dC125
FEMALE TO SHARE spacious furnished one bed-
room apartment close to campus. Available im-
mediately. 4 month lease. Price very negotiable.
Call collect 1-898-2572 after 6 p.m. 68C122

VALENTINE'S
DAY SPECIAL
Heart-shaped cakes delivered with a song. Romantic
effect guaranteed. Show that you care. Call our new
number (for this or any occasion) Happiness. Inc.
994-0149. cF12
JAZZ AND BLUES piano lessons-start now. Ex-
cellent teacher. 662-1569. 04F 127
DO YOU SUFFER from menstral discomfort?
The Lab. of Applied Psychololgy. under the direc-
tion of Dr. James Papsdorf. is initiating a service
research program designed to teach women tech-
niques for coping effectively with the tension and
stress associated with menstruation. For more
information call Maryann at 76:3-00)8 or 665-6942,
persistently. 16F125
JUDAIC SESSIONS AT
CHABAD HOUSE
TORAH-(5 books of Moses) with commentary.
PROPHETS-- with commentary-
JEWISH LAW--up to date laws.
TALMUD -beginners and advanced.
AVOS-ethics from Sinai with commentary.
MEANING OF PRAYER-history and translation.
JEWISH PHILOSOPHY-and mysticism.
MINCHAS CHINUCH-review of the 61:3 MITZVOT
(Jewish law).
Every evening 7-10 p.m. (also afternoons- Free
of charge beginners/advanced session. 715 Hill
Street. corner of Oakland. Dial 99-LEARN. pcFtc
ASSERTIVENESS TRAINING-All women -Feb-
ruary 13-April 3: Men and Women--February 12-
April 2:$65. Call TAPESTRY,668-8777. 05F126
MATH & SCIENCE majors. Developong 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
Building, Jan. 22, 2:3, 24. 25. Call 763-136:3 for appoint-
ments. p26Ff'23
SPECIAL ED majors. Needed for special jobs in
Asia. South America and Africa. Help others build
better futures while you get valuableexperience.
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, 23. Call 763-1:63 for appointments. p27F123
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. 09130
PERSONAL GROWTH GROUPS (Psych. 201 has
openings available through Jan. 31. 'To register or
for information call Corner House: 764-9279. p08F126
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 at Michigan. 81F121
Detroit real estate developer John W. Lambrecht is a
Michigan Deke. 80F121
Nathaniel Hawthorne's scarlet letters were DKE.
82F12
Rush Deke during Rush Week, 611' E William, 668-
8998. 83F121
PERSPECTIVE JUNIOR (SENIOR) year-abroad
students are reminded that the application deadline
is January 31. Please call Hank Peiter at 764-448
if you have questions. 21F123
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 -
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
cFtc
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK-769-0560
1217 S. University
cFtc

in diversified ADMIN SECY-fEE- -
i n )d'ifs n .d Scriar Srienr9 ir-
MALE AND FEMALE Attendants. Body rubs.
Baths. Escorts. 10 a.m.-12 a.m. Daily: 12-12 Sun-
days. 215 S. Fourth Ave. 668-9775. No appointment
necessary. 23F209
AFTER THE FALL APPLE JUICE
$2.69/GA. WITH THIS AD.
LIMIT FOUR GALLONS
407 N. FIFTH AVE.
cFtc
COPIES: 3124 each, overnight.
Lowest Prices! Fastest Service!
Accu-Copy, 524 E. William, 769-8338
eFte
MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
12098. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
eFtc
DEAR STANLEY-Thanks so much for the Alpine
Adventure . . . you're terrific! (Hlow does it feel
to see your name in print?)
See you on the slopes. The Beginner.
dF121
ISRAEL NOW
.Jan. 22, 8-10 p.m., Pendleton Room, Michigan Union.
leit Cafe with top Israel singer and recording star.
Ruthi Navon, plus Middle Eastern food and photo
exhibit. Jan. 23, 7:30-9:30 p.m., Pendleton Room,
Michigan Union. "Inside Israel." Guest speaker
Hillel Shuval, Hebrew University visiting professor.
environmentalist, and political activist will speak
on Israel after peace. Followed by workshop, dia-
logues, with Israeli and American students on
Kibbutz. job opportunities, travel and University
study. cF121
EXPLORE THE EARTH
Find out more about journeys to Nepal. Cashmir.
Colombia, Sri Lanka. Informational meeting Wed..
Jan. 24, Michigan Union. Or call 995-4685. cF124
WE BAKE 'EM AND TAKE 'EM -
Personalized cake delivered with a musical flair.
Cratevornownn ccaion . 31245 eIt

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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farar and Trude Jeff.
cmi 9Leg Asgule 'stim.. Syvui

ACROSS
1 Spots on play-'
ing cards
5 Insects
10 Pudding
ingredient
14 Oriental maid
15 Great author's
signature
16 Man's name
17 Shoppers'
haven
20 Mark with pegs
21 Begins
22 Industrialist:
Abbr.
23 Nut of a
palm tree
24 Supporting
secretly
28 Prevents from
scoring
32 Jai-
33 Dwellings ,
34 Early alphabetical
agcy.
35 Area or zone
36 Intention
37 Pierce
38 Actor Brynner
39 Sag
41 Cloy
42 Depots
44 Slip by

46 Shapes with
an axe
47 Constellation of
the altar
48 Money, in France
51 Counting devices
56 Part of 17 Across
58 - ben Adhem
59 Extinguish
60 Gourmet treat
61 Token
62 Chemical
compound
63 Kind of pudding
DOWN
1 Shoulder decor
2 "- a man with
seven wives..."
3 Family member
4 Literary great:
Abbr.
5 Go away
6 City of SE Belgium
7 Egyptian goddess
with hippo body
8 Weight
9 Begins a journey
10 Fights
11 Biblical prophet
12 Encircled
13 Oily substance
18 San , Ital-
ian seaport

19 Groups of like-
-minded people
23 Munch
24 -breath
25 Alaskan
26 Lily plant
27 Collection: Colloq.
28 Reduces, as
by dieting
29 Ready
30 Eurasian
mountains
31 Set aside
temporarily
33 Roman rural
deities
37 Saratoga, for one
39 City in Tuscany
40 Ocean phe-
nomenon
43 Give it (cause
to gain speed)
44 Rubber
45 Jabot edging
47 Demean
48 Opposite of "vive"
49 Famous physicist
50 Strong drink
51 Touch upon
52 Arbiters: Colloq.
53 Actor Connery
54 Inner: Prefix
55 State of worry
57 Digits: Abbr.
10i 2 13
16
19

PAR T'-TIME -Market Research Interviews
needed in area. Please write or call: Michigan
Interviews, 1502 Wood St.. Lansing, MI 48192, or
call 517/487-8787. 35H126
SUMMER JOBS IN MASSACHUSETTS
The director of one of the most highly regarded
camps in the United States will be interviewing
students .Jan. 29. Openings exist for counselors.
music director, program and adminstrative staff.
Contact: Summer Placement Office for appoint-
ments. 763-4117. dH121
MODELS WANTED. $10.00 per hour. Apply in person
215 S. Fourth Ave.. Ann Arbor. 2411209
HOSPITAL SITTERS NEEDED. Night and day
shifts available at local hospitals. We will orient
and train you. Full or part-time work available
Kelly Health Care, 973-9010,9 a.m.-5 p.m. p9411210
EARNEXTRA MONEY. If you have 4-8 hours a day
free, see Manpower to turn those hdurs into dollars.
No experience necessary. Apply 118 W. Jefferson.
Ann Arbor. 665-1757. 2811128
HOSPITAL SITTERS NEEDED. Night and day
shifts available at local hospitals. We will orient
and train you. Full or part-time work available.
Kelly Health Care, 97:3-90109a.m.-5p.m. p94H210
ACTUAR IAL TR A INEES 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 aptitude? 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 In-
surance Co. We offer excellent salary and benefit
package. We will be interviewing on your campus
in the near future. For further information contact
yourplacement center. p59H 123
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED to teach Nutrition edu-
cation program in Washtenaw County Elementary
Schools. Transportation necessary. Call Tha lia
Avila, 973-9510- 15H121
SUBJECTS WANTED
Advance the cause of science and earn some money.
Participate in a psychological study of decision
making. Call Pat at 764-83162. 06H130
GRAPHIC ARTISTS needed. Please call Eclipse
.Jazz.763-1107. 67H124
SUBJECTS WANTED -Advance the cause of
science and earn some money; participate in a
psychological study of decision making. Call Rita
at 764-8362. 06H.125
JOB OPPOR'TUNITY
Applications for the Electrical Apprenticeship are
available a: the Vocational Education Office. Room
I I1, 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 o~r It'eequivalent.
Completed applications must be returned to the
Vocational Office no later than February 28. 1979.
An Equal Opportunity Apprenticeship Program.
4411121
4411121
GOOD PAY for dependable person (w/car1 to
deliver the MICHIGAN DAILY 6 mornings/week
on N. Campus for Winter Term. (N. Campus-area
resident preferred but not essential). 764-0558.
ditc
SECURITY GUARDS. Full and/or part time.
Campus assignment: 11:30 p.m.-7:30 a.m. Apply
'2 p.m.-fi p.m.) at
State Security Services Inc.
10)00 CornwellI
Ann Arbor. MI
(North Engels Bldg)
An Equal Opportunity Employer
0711124
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. 53H 125

PORESTERS. 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. nor dependents ..No upper age
limit. (ontact the Peacenorps at the Placement
Center. Student Activities Building, Jan. 22. 2:3. 24
25. Call 763-1363 for appoint iments. p1111123
FISHIERIES/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-
rnent Center, Student Activities Building, Jan. 22.
2:3, 24,e25,(all 76316:1 for appointment. p12 123
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. 2:1. 24.
25. Call 763-1:63 for appointments. p:311123
ENG INEE RS - 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/rmarried. no
dependents. No upper age limit. Contact the Peace
Corps at the Placement Center, Student Activities
Bui di ng Jan. 22, 2:3, 24, 25. Call 763-136: fr
appointments. P)71112:
LAW GRAD needs to serve as VSTAA Volunteers
in Service To America. Interested in farmworker
law'? Community development? Immigration law'?
Many other areas. Contact VISA at the Student
Activities Building Jan. 22. 13, 24, 25. Call 76:3-
13:63 fot' appointments. p241 1123
ARciIT''Ec'S & tRBAN PLANNERS arneeded by
VIS'T'A to design lowmincome housing. Challenging
positions for qualified applicants. Contact VISTA
at the Placement Cener. Student Activities Bui d
ing. Jan. 22. 2:3. 24, 25. ('all 763 1363 for appoint-
ments 91123
S Ia II. RKEIS are-needed or grassroot
pr'Jects all over the Unite Stat'es Develop pro-
grams in public health, housing, comnunity de
veloprnent. youth counselrg. services for the
agirg and hanicapped Travel. living expenses.
im'dical nt is. 'itact VISA at the l'ac erit
,'~rule-.Student Activities IBuildig Jaii 22. 23. 24.
L:) Call 763-iiifi)rppiintrts p9211123
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. J-anj 22.. Q-3. 2, ,( 'al?6;f1
1 63 fim appointmets.,o23
THE RAPISTS. Occupational and physical neded
for projectsin ASIA: A1l(( 'rA '& $ UTr AM.ERI(A.
Must be L.S. citizen-. no dependents Contct Peace
(orpsia the Placement Center. Student Activities
Building, .Jan. 22, 2:3, 24. 25. ('all 763-136for appointi-
mert. p0111123
BUSINESS M A JORS. Challeng ing opport unit ies
available-now with Peace Corps and VSTA. 'Talk
to a representative at the Placement Center, Student
Activities Building. Jan. 22, 23. 24. 25. ('all 763-
1363 for appoiinment. ph111123
EDUCATIN maors. Consider 2 years in Asia.
South America. Africa. Put your skils to work as
a Peace Corps Volunteer Must be U.S. citizen,
sirgle/married, no dependents No upper age'
limit. Contact representatives at the Placement
Center, Student Activities Building, Jan. 22, 2:.
24. 25. Call763-1362 for appointments. p02H12
BLACK STUDI)ES major. Your degree. work exper.
ience or job training could qualify you for chal-
lenging overseas projects. Peace Corps needs
volunteers in Asia. Africa and South America. Put
your skills to work helping others. Must hi US.
citizen, married/single, no dependents. Paid travel.
living allowance and medical benefits. Contact
representativees today at the Student Activities
Building, Jan. 22 2:. 24. 25. Call 763-1:363 for appoint-
ments. p1511123
IEAL'LT1 PROFESSIONALS - You' skills are
needed in developing countries all over the worlId.
Pfiid travel. living allowance, medical care. Must
be 11 S. citizen, single/married. no dependents.
No upper age limit. ('ontact the Peace Corps at
the Placement Center. Stludent Activities Buildin.
,an. 22, 23. 24,. 25. Call 76:3-1363 for appointments.
JANITORIAL HELP wanted. Must be U-M student.
About 2 hours a day. Mon. thru Sat. mornings.
See Arch Gamm at the Michigan Daily. dH
MR. TONY'S HIRING for counter help days and
nights, full and part time. 342 S. State St. 23H124

812 South State Street
994-3594 9-4 Mon.-Sat.

WILLING TO TAKE CARE of elderly family mem-
bers, five days/week, with on-call services avail-
able 24 hours/day; no live-in: have medical
experience. Call Michael at 665-9683, 1-5 p.m., or
after 8p.m. dO

211 S. State St.

Used typewriter in good condition. Willing to pay.
Call Ben, 764-4648. 40K123
WAN'rED--:3 tickets to the Moscow Symphony on
Feb. 3. 995-3126. 84K201
WANTED-2 or 4 tickets to the Micbigan State
game. Call763-0293 or 1-517-851-7688. 83K121
SITUA TIONS WANTED
MATURE IONEST dependable person seeks house-
keeping empldyment Top wages sought in ex-
change for excellent service. References provided.
761-4:17'2. i12012'4

SUBLET NOW--1 bedroom, $273/month. No secur-
ity. only electric. Maynard House. 668-6188. 22U126
APARTMENT SUBI.E'T-Bi-level. Iwo large bed-
ioms. completely furnished. pnvate parking.

FOR SALE: Used alto saxophone, $225, call 665-4128.
42X 130
SMALL A)AVENT Loudspeakers. Excellent condi-
tion. $140.Wi. Call764-89th). 25X121
GIBSON DOVE, 1974, $375. Call Ted, 668-1538. 29X121
SMALL AI)VENT Loudspeakers. Excellent condi-
tion. $140.00 Call 764-8900. 64X119
USED SLINGER-land drum set, black with Zildjian
cymbal. Apollo Music Center, 769-1400. cX125
USED GUITARS starting at $39.95, acoustic and
electric. Call Anollo Music Center. 769-1400. cX125

662-3969
cJtc

English lessons for foreigners. Experienced tutor.
Call 663-9644. 55J 122
DISSERTATION &
MANUSCRIPT TYPING
Free spelling, grammar, punctuation and cleanup.
RACKHAM QUALITY GUARANTEED.
Reasonable Rates
KATHY BLACK-665-3416
c'tc

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
TYPING. IBM Selectric type writing. Speedy
service. Nancy, 662-9823. 93J124
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.

THE SECRETARIAT
Term Papers, Theses & Dissertations
Typing, Copying & Binding

cJtc

Nonsmoker graduate/mature working woman wan-
ted to share pleasant 2-bdrm. apartment. Full
basement. 15 minutes from campus. Close, buses,
supermarket. Must like cats. $147 plus utilities. Box
8408. . 39Y127

Do a Tree
a Favor:
Recycle
Your Daily

vw AiRMEN GIHA, 1n. neouiii engine. excer-
lent transportation. $375. 1-231-2253. 27N121
1971 MERCEDES-4 door. very good shape. 437-
27:31or 1-229-89:38, Rick. 46N121
1975 RABBIT. Orange with black interior, excellent
condition. $2300. 764-8900. 65N121
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