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FOUND: Brown Multi colored ladies glasses. Light
tinted lens. Found around State Theater .area. Con-
tact Ken persistently 475-7122 evenings. dA316
Reward: For gold bracelet lost on campus March 5.
Call Ginny, 971-5808.; 26A318
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BARGAIN-New '79 Ford, window van. 4 speed
overdrive. Captain's chairs. Many extras. Plush,
practical, no problems. Burke's, 662-9630. 60B327
VACANT-'74 4-speed, runs excellent. Good trans-
portation. Some rust. $500. 662-4987. 70B320
FOR SALE-HARLEY DAVIDSON 175, 1976 model.
New, no mileage. $550.662-3396 evenings. 48B315
WATERBEDS ARE BEDDER from A New Dawning
Water Bedrooms. Visit our newly expanded location
at 213 S. Fourth Ave. Between Liberty and Wash-
ington. 665-0386. cBtc
FOR THE BEST IN WATER BEDS rememoer to
come 'see Waterworks Waterbeds at 3066 Packard
near Patt. 71-1354 e.T
DAILY LINE CONTRACT
Number of Week
line/week 13 26
;s Number of Weeks
39 inches/week 13 26 39
.27 6 2.10 1.90 1.65
.26 9 2.05 1 85 1.60
Your skills are needed in developing countries
all over the world. Paid travel, living allowance,
medical care. Must be U.S. citizen, single/married,
no dependents. No upper age limit. Contact the
Peace Corps through the Placement Center, Student
Activities Bldg., March 19-22. 97F315
ENGINEERS needed in developing nations to build
dams, construct wells, bridges, roads and reser-
voirs. Design electrical installations and industrial
projects. Contribute to a better world, Contact
Peace Corps through the Placement Center, Student
Activities Bldg., March 19-22. 01F315
ARCHITECTS and URBAN PLANNERS are needed
by VISTA to design low-income housing. Challeng-
ing positions for qualified applicants. Contact
VISTA through the Placement Center, Student
Activities Bldg., March 19-22. 02F315
EDUCATION and SPECIAL ED. 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 through
the Placement Center, Student Activities Building,
March 19-22. 88F315
Chocolates are too fattening
And flowers make me sneeze
So if you want to win my heart
Send diamond earrings, please.
(Until then, I won't answer your question.)
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
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This policy is also applicable to ads requiring
pre-payment, i.e., no refunds. Information
regarding content of classified ads cannot
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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
(i.e. "preferably" is still discriminatory).
"Found" ads are run free-of-charge to a
maximum of 3 lines for 3 days.
WRITING SERVICES. Creative, Technical, Editing,
Research, Typing. Experienced Professional 996-
0566 T cJt
Sports or non-sports BUBBLE GUM, TOBACCO,
or other PICTURE Cards, nostalgia items. Sat.
11- m n o t 11 . ertv. Call 65-219.,7K317
812 South State Street
994-3594 9-4 Mon.-Sat. -U,
over 18 1.80
Term Papers, Theses & Dissertations
Typing, Copying & Binding
$50 REWARD for information leading to occupancy
of inexpensive, 2 bedroom apartment, May 1.
LAi 6A-8121 . 41L32
- EXCEPTIONALLY NICE ROOM. 1018 Church.
- Phone 995-0061.' Double bed. Orange carpet 9x12.
FALL 1979 CAMPUS
We are currently leasing efficiencies and 1 bedroom
modern, furnished apartments for next fall. Stop by
or call Dahlmann Apartments, 543 Church. 761-7600
Daily 9-5. eCtc
BROADWAY APTS. near North Campus, immedi-
ate occupancy, deluxe units, 2 bedroom from $320/
month includes heat, 1 bedroom from $270/month,
includes heat. No pets. 769-2256. 39C318
SUMMER LEASES available. $70-140/month. Call
Jim, 995-5374 betwees 5 and 7 p.m. 41C320
4 and 5 Bedroom Apartments
Newly remodeled units in Centennial House. All new
carpet, drapes, furniture and appliances. -
Campus Rentals, Ltd.
1335 S. University
LOC D ON
One and two bedroom unfurnished apartments for
immediate or fall occupancy. Featuring: security
lock system, drapes, dishwasher, tennis courts and
swimming pool. Buses to and from central campus
Or visit the Resident Manager at 1693 Broadway,
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
64 VW, rebuilt engine, new steel belted radial Miche-
lin tires, sun roof, 32/45 mpg. $950 or best offer. 663-
1968 VW Beetle. $1,000.769-4831 evenings. 79N317
JEEP J10, 1974, metallic topper, plow,' 360, quad-
ratrack, hi-low range, headers, super clean and
mechanically perfect. Must sell by 3/31. Ask for
Rnh Or ,a- ' ~iinv.,. O-i *AeTI ..,ni , I arnln
TWO MALES WANTED for double in co-ed, non-
smoking, cooperative house. $100/mo. each. Near
campus, appliances, fireplace, furnished and
more! Call Eileen or Carol at 668-8631. Spring/
Summer sublet also. 46C316
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT. May-May lease. 12
minutes from Union. Near downtown. Balcony,
a/c, covered parking, quiet. sunny. Only $260/mo.
662-6877 evenings. 34C316
3 MAN 2 BEDROOM and study unfurnished house
for fall near CCRB, $430 plus all utilities.
Also efficiency and one bedroom furnished apart-
ments in older buildings near campus for fall
occupancy. Campus Management, Inc., 663-4101.
FALL LEASES AVAILABLE:
8 2-bedroom furnished apartments from $320.
11-bedroom furnished apartment, $275.
14-bedroom furnished house, $500:
Please call 663-0892, evenings.
One bedroom and two bedroom apts. Now available.
Furnished. Includes heat, water and parking. Across
from U of M Stadium. 2 blocks from campus bus
stop. Sans Souci Apts., 1036 S. Main. 994-3955. cCtc
SUMMER STORAGE. Clean, safe, from $20/month.
11 miles south of UM Stadium, I-94 & Ann Arbor-
Saline Rd .StowAwav Self-Stbrno 769-0119. cC415
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY-ROOM in coopera-
tion house with friendly people. $78 a month. 994-
A49. r 61E3299
REAUME & DODDS
MODERN two-bedroom furnished apartments
four blocks north of Rackham available for fall,
$335-$340 per month. Rent includes heat, water,
parking, laundry facilities and disposals. Also
modern two-bedroom unfurnished apartments one
mile from campus available for fall. Rent $280 to
$285 per month includes heat, water, parking, laun-
dry facilities and disposal.
Campus Management, Inc.
"FROM MOSCOW TO JERUSALEM," a Soviet art
exhibit that will not be cancelled, on display at the
Hillel Foundation, 142'9 Hill St., March 15-28. Exhibit
opens on Thursday eveningMarch 15 at 8:00 p.m.
with a cocktail reception. It can be viewed daily
from 1-5 p.m.and 7-9 p.m. cF315
COPIES: 3EZeach, overnight.
Lowest Prices! Fastest Service!
Accu-Copy, 524 E. William, 769-8338
dDAILYF CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
EXPLORING? Women's Career Fair. March 24,
MLB. All Day. FREE. 51F315
THE VERY LATEST in hair care products, UM
Stylists at the Union. Open 8:30 a.m. till 5:30 p.m.
COMPULSIVE AD placer seeks female therapist
interested in an unprofessional relationship. Write
Box 266, Royal Oak, Mich. 48068 or call 1-576-4678.
ASTROLOGICAL SERVICES-Natal Charts, con-
sultation, instruction. Barbara Ribble astrologer.
434-6458 eves. 64F320
BUSINESS MAJORS. Challenging opportunities
available now with Peace Corps and VISTA. Talk
to a representative through the Placement Center,
Student Activities Building, March 19-22. 87F315.
SHY, HANDSOME (remember me?), occasionally
humorous, uniquely special and wonderful man,
25, wants to meet woman interested in reading and
classical music, Write Box 266, Royal Oak, Mich.
48068 or call 1-576-4678. It can't hurt to call me.
You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.
FRANCAIS, Est-ce que vous voulez faire quelque
chose de special avec votre capacite de parler la
language francaise? Contactez le Corps de la Paix
a the Placement Center, Student Activities Build-
ing, March 19-22. 86F315
CANDLELIGHT CREATES the mood, can or break
an evening. Stop down and see us . . . Little
Dipper Candles, 415 N. Fifth Ave. (adjacent to the
Farmer's Market. cF315
SCIENCE MAJORS. Biology, Chemistry, Physics,
Math. Peace Corps has challenging jobs for you in
Asia, South America and Africa. Must be U.S.
citizen, married/single, no dependents. No upper age
limit. Contact Peace Corps through the Placement
Center, Student Activities Building, March 19-22.
SOCIAL WORKERS are needed for grassroots
projects all over the United States. Develop pro-
grams in public health, housing, community develop-
ment, youth counseling, services for the aging
and handicapped. Travel, living expenses, medical
benefits. Contact VISTA through the Placement
Center, Student Activities Building, March 19-22.
LAWYERS-VISTA (Volunteers In Service To
America) offers a wealth of experience practicing
poverty law. Review legislation, teach civil rights,
landlord-tenant law, counsel low-income groups. NO
UPPER AGE LIMIT. Travel, living and medical
expenses paid. Contact VISTA through the Place-
ment Center, Student Activities Building, March
LEGAL AIDES. Your background or degree in law
could qualify you for 1-year VISTA (Volunteers In
Service To America) projects in New York, Atlanta,
Chicago, Dallas areas. Assist lawyers in tenants'
rights, housing legislation, legal research and
education, judicial reform, etc. Paid travel, living
allowance, medical benefits. Contact VISTA through
the Placement Center, Student Activities Building,
March 19-22. 99F315
ESPANOL. El Cuerps de Paz Y VISTA necisitan
su facilidad en el idiona expanol y su preparacion
para poder luchar contra la pobreza. Por el trabajo
mas dificil que usted puede amar, busque un con-
sejero en el Placement Center, Student Activities
Building, March 19-22. 00F315
Your education in a variety of fields could qualify
you for Peace Corps projects in developing coun-
tries. Must be U.S. citizen, single/married, no
dependents. No upper age limit. Contact the Peace
Corps through the Placement Center, Student
Activities Bldg., March 19-22. 93F315
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 thru the Place-
ment Center, Student Activities Bldg., March 19-22.
NURSES/PUBLIC HEALTH-You are needed to
help establish public health programs and train
staff. Be part of the solution to sub-standard health
conditions in developing countries in Africa, Asia
and South America. Paid travel, living expenses,
medical benefits. Must be U.S. citizen, single/
'harried with no dependents. NO UPPER AGE
LIMIT. Contact Peace Corps thru the Placement
Center, Student Act. Bldg., March 19-22. 96F315
PRIMAL/FEELING THERAPY-The Personal
Growth Center, 403 Miller, 971-0102. cFtc
EXPERIENCE RELAXATION of interesting,
religious discussion. Join group. Free. 728-4677.
FANTASTICKS, THE: America's longest running
musical. Canterbury Loft, 332 S. State St. March 15,
OFFSE T AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
1217 S. University
INVESTOR WILL PAY $200 reward for information
leading to purchase of house or apartment building
on or near campus. 995-0335. cFtc
GWM Ph.D student, 28, runner, non-smoker,
gourmet; desires similar for quiet, meaningful
relationship. Reply Box 31, MichiganDaily. 53F315
ANITA BRYANT follies-An original musical at
Canterbury Loft. March 21 thru 24, 8 p.m. Tickets
$2, at door. 332 S. State St. pcF222
ROCHESTER STUDENTS! Your 'yes' vote is
needed in March 21 election. If proposal fails, it
will be Gloomsville in the ol' hometown. Adams
and Rochester High will go on split-sessions; Wood-
ard, Hamlin, McGregor, aniho West Junior High will
be closed. Help! Help! If you're a registered voter,
write ABSENTEE BALLOTS, ROCHESTER COM-
MUNITY SCHOOLS, 4th & WILCOX, ROCHESTER,
MICHIGAN 48063 and ask for absentee ballot appli-
cation. If you're not registered-shame on you!
This ad sponsored by the Adams and Rochesterr
High student bodies, in cooperation with the Roches-
ter Citizens Advisory Committee. 51F316
HAD ANY real "cake" courses recently? A Daily
reporter seeks information on exceptionally easy
cl'se. P leasec""ll"Ma'rianneat 76'"0." 3'91
MAKE LOVE!-NOT W
(It's good for our
(It's good for our busine
Specializing in custor
engagement & weddingr
dF319 Get something for the Summer! We're selecting
VAR students today for summer work. No experience
necessary. Can make $997 per month. Call 994-4326.
Japanese Nationals; if you will be returning to Japan
or are interested in marketing, management or
sales, we want to talk to you. Successful
multinational organization to expand into Japan.
m You need not be a business major or business orien-
rings ted to apply. Get acquainted meeting, March 20,8:00
cFtc p.m. No charge. For reservations call 721-3488 or 653-
--,, ,7036. Ask for Ivan. 31H316
1 Washington hos-
tess during Tru-
14 Small rodent
16 - all
19 Body - (state)
22 Twelve years be-
for the Battle of
25 Persian elf ,
26 Measures out
32 Edible part
of a shrimp
34 Get a complete
39 Shaped metal
41 TV part
42 Certain cervines
45 Newspaper peo-
COUNSELORS ASSOCIATION OF INDEPEND-
ENT CAMPS seeks qualified counselors for 90 mem-
~ber camps located N. Eastern U.S. July and August.
Contact: Association of Independent Camps, 55 West
42nd St., New York, N.Y. 10036 (212) 763-6595.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY is accepting applications
for carrier routes. Good pay. 6 mornings/week.
Bonus for supplements and no collecting. Call 764-
TEACH OVERSEAS! All fields, all levels. For
details, send self-addressed, stamped, long envelope
to: Teaching, Box 1049, San Diego, CA 92112. p38H403
COUNSELORS ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT
CAMPS seeks qualified counselors for 90 member
camps located N. Eastern U.S. July and August.
Contact: Association of Independent Camps, 55
West 42nd St., New York. N.Y. 10036 (212) 736-
6595. / p54H502,E
Good pay for dependable person (w/car) to deliver
the MICHIGAN DAILY 6 mornings a week on N.
Campus for Winter Term. N. Campus-area resident
preferred, but not essential. No collecting. 764-0558.
SAILBOATS! CRUISE SHIPS! No experience.
High pay, see Caribbean, Hawaii, Europe, World!
Summer career. Send $3.95 for info to SEAWORLD,
Box 60129, Sacto, CA 95860. 12P323
LAKE TAHOE CALIF!
Little exp. Fantastic tips (pay) $1700-$4000, summer
35000 people needed in Casinoes, Restaurants,
Ranches, Cruisers, River Raft! Send $3.95 for info
to LAKEWORD, P.O. Box 60129, Sacto, CA 95860.
QUADRAPLEGIC from Ireland, planning to visit
Boston, New York, Washington. D.C.. possibly
California. seeks companion for part or all of
trip. Conact Disabled Student Services, 763-3000.
SUBLET-2 Bedroom Apt, close to campus. A/C,
sauna, laundry facilities. 668-2450. 63U404
SUBLET-May-August, 2-bedroom, bi-bevel 2-4
person. Air-conditioned, dishwasher, carpeted,
spacious. 10 minutes to DIAG. Hospital, 5 minutes
to Geddes shelter, ARB. Albert Terrace B-21,
Oxford at Geddes. $270/month plus electricity and
phone. Call 995-5279. 21U317
SUBLET-Immediately 1 bedroom of 3 in house near
camapus. Unfurnished with loft. $115/mo. 662-6378
after 5:00, ask for Jeff. 09U317
SUMMER SUBLET: Church Street, 3 blocks from
Engine Arch. 2 BR Modern, a/c, nicely furnished in
7-unit building. $240 per month plus electricity. 761-
ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT, May-August.
Furnished, parking, great location. Fall option.
Price negotiable. 665-4028.evenings. dU321
O 1979 Los Angeles Times Syndk
47 Praying figure
48 - stick
52 Auxiliary verb
53 College electives
55 Latin greeting
Pope John XXIII
58 Historic sea
60 Residents of
62 French vegetable
63 Author of
12 Derisive expres-
15 Venomouk snake
29 Piece of a poem
31 River between
Brazil and Para-
33 Time of day:
36 Metrical foot of
37 Introduce some-
38 Thin sheets
41 Bargain sale words
44 Things to
46 Fishing boats
49 Fixed a shoe
53 Scene of the
59 Europ. language
PART TIME SECRETARY/RECEPTIONIST-
College background necessary. 25 hrs./week. 35
hrs./week as of May 1st. Call 662-3149. 71H318
B & T ASSOCIATES, A LOCALLY BASED CON-
SULTING FIRM, IS LOOKING FOR STUDENTS TO
HELP DEVELOP AND MARKET PROGRAMS.
Contact Bill or Ron, 9-5 daily, 995-5423. 73H320
NORTHERN MICH, Childrens Summer Camp has
openings for Arts & Crafts directors-Teacher
Certification required._Call (313) 355-3114. 78H329
BNT, a locally based consulting firm, is looking
for students to help develop and market programs
Contact Bill or Ron, 995-5423 9-5 daily. 66H322
RESERVE OFFICERS TO ASSIST ARMY ROTC
AND EARN RETIREMENT POINTS. INFOR-
MATION CALL 764-2400. 65H325
SOCCER INSTRUCTORS wanted. Afternoons. Con-
tact Mr. McKinney, Ann Arbor Y, 663-0536. 58H324
WANTED-HOUSEKEEPER, 4 hrs. on weekend.
$3 an hour. Call 761-7636 after 6. 43H318
FREE APARTMENT 2 rooms, bath for couple or
single women. No children. Nice home in country,
west side of Ann Arbor. Night care only of semi-
invalid woman. $125 pay per week. Six nights only
(days free). Call 8-5 weekdays, 426-3961. 27H315
DESK ATTENDANT-Afternoons. Contact Mr. Mc-
Kinney, Ann Arbor Y, 663-0536. 56H324
CONCESSION MANAGER, Potter Park Zoo, Lans-
ing, MI. April 15-October 15, 1979. Manage entire
CONCESSION MANAGER, Potter Park Zoo,
Lansing, MI. April 15-October 15, 1979. Manage
entire food/souvenir/pony concession. Salary open.
Submit complete resume to William Lockwood,
2671 Greenbliss, E. Lansing, Mich. 48823 by Wed-
nesday, March 21, 1979. 42H317
PAID VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
The U-M Allegory Division needs male volunteers
ages 18-35 to participate in a study to determine
the optimal dosage of a drug which has been widely
used in medical practice for many years.
We need normal subjects without allergies or other
serious medical problems. The study will take place
from March-June 1979. Participants will be studied
on 3 non-consecutive days on an outpatient basis.
Renumeration will be $100. Call 763-3141 for further
ASPIRING WRITERS land photographers wanted
for local magazine. Get published in exchange for
work on staff. Send writing samples and photog-
raphy information to Michigan Daily, Box No. 22.
Mackinac Island related work
" Theses/Term papers
Judie Birdsall 665-9843
612 S: Forest Suite B
The WORDPROCESSORS. we
specialize in dissertations, manuscripts, resumes,
legal and term papers. Rackham quality guaran-
teed. Also copying, printing and binding. Open 7
211 S. State St. 662-3969
DISSERTATIONS 1-2 $10.50
and all other Bindings
THE BROWN-BESS BOOK-
BINDING CO. of Ann Arbor. 662
E. Liberty, Ann Arbor (inside David's Books) 665-
Typing. IBM Selectric. Fast, reliable. Nancy 662-1
PROFESSIONAL TYPING-Experienced, depen-
dable. Business, theses, dissertation. Call Cheri 971-
TYPING, EXPERIENCED, all kinds, reasonable.
GUITAR-OVATION, 6 strings. Call 481-0856
USED EPIPHONE 12 string guitar. $150 or best
offer. 761-9431. cXtc
LES PAUL, For Sale-1965 Reissue of '55. Tobacco
sunburst, flat-top. Excellent condition, with hard
case. $425 firm. Mike, 665-4136. 45X317
MARTIN GUITAR SALE, this month only. Apollo
Music Center, 323 S. Main St., Ann Arbor. cX314
Used Finder Band-Master Pre C.B.S. Apollo Music
Center. 769-1400. eXtc
Used 7-piece Ludwig Drum Set. Good Shape. $650.
ROOM FOR one or two people in Heritage House
Apt. for next fall. This roomy apt. includes dish-
washer, air conditioning, balconies, fully carpeted
and two very fine gentlemen for roommates. For a
look at this luxurious apt. call Jonathan or Randy
at 995-3981. dY320
5 Name linked with
7 "A long cheer
9 Type of poetry
10 Times ofday,
1 2 3 4 5
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The Driftwood Motel & Restaurant
or Mackinac Island Passenger Service
590 N. State St.
St. Ignace, MI 49781
16, 17, 8 p.m. Tickets $3, at door.
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NURSING STUDENT SUMMER
Come get familiarized with the largest health care
service in the country. Veteran's Administration
Medical Center, Ann Arbor, Mi. hiring nursing
students as summer aides.$4.02-4.51'per hour. May I-
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