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FOUND-Rectangular gold rim glasses in black
pocket clip case on Oakland between Hill and
Monroe Sunday afternoon. 764-8991. dA119
REWARD for return of Boston Terrier (toy bull-
dog). Female, black and white, approx. 12 lbs., 1
blue eye, 1 year old. "Jiffy" lost on Fifth Ave.
near Liberty Tuesday, Jan. 10, 3 p.m. Call 764-
7487 days and evenings; or 769-2241 evenings. Ask
for Lee or Steve. 59A118

EAST QUAD DOUBLE for sale (2 leases). 764-
5659 immediately. 35B118
BOSENDORFER 6'7" grand piano. This instrument
internationally acclaimed. Must sell immediately.
1-521-7395. 32B122
Waterbed for sale 4 months old, excellent condi-
tion. Complete $200. 437-3300. 23B0119"
Royal Medallion II Electric Typewriter-with case.
Used 2 months. Gary, 764-1075. 17B118
TYPEWRITER FOR SALE-Manual portable, 12
inch carriage. Like-new condition. Was $110, asking

ROOMS AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY in nice
house close to campus. Call 662-2606 persistently.
cCtc
FALL ' 78
CAMPUS AREA
APARTMENTS AND HOUSES
WELL-FURNISHED UNITS IN MODERN
BUILDINGS AND UNIQUE
OLDER HOMES
STOP BY SOON
FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION AND
BEST SELECTION
CAMPUS RENTALS
S. UNIV. AT WASHTENAW
665-8825
Monday-Friday 9-5:30 Saturday 10-2
cCtc
OWN ROOM-Availble immediately in 3 bedroom
apt: near campus. $100/month. Call persistently
between 12-10 p.m. 995-0991. 53C0119
FURNISHED ROOM
With kitchen privileges, close to campus, $85/mo.,
utilities included. Call 769-8520, days. 69C119
HOUSES NEAR CAMPUS
One 6 bedroom, house furnishings negotiable. 1 furn.
8 bedroom house. Both in excellent condition With
good appliances and fireplace. May lease for respon-
sible groups. 769-1534. 51C0122
FOR RENT OR SUBLET-Lease thru April. One
bedroom furnished, campus close, older house,
fireplace, parking. $205/mo. or best. Utilities in-
cluded. 662-2199 persistently late. 88C118
CAMPUS AREA-Large, 3-bedroom apartment.
Suitable, mature grads, references. 662-1912, eve-
nings persistently. 74C119

NICE (?) Jewish woman, 20, questions if utilities
include telephone. I like to "keep in touch." 46F118
HOSPITALITY begins with something from our
wine cellar. The Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Uni-
versity. cF118
WHO SPOKE FIRST-K. Solomonson or coke? Any
members of our orientation group who can answer
this question, please reply in the Daily personals.
dF118
REDUCED RATES for billiards everyday to 6 p.m.
at the Union. cF119
WHAT FRIEND LOF RICHARD ROBINSON IS
IMITATING DOCTOR DIAG? p48F118
TONIGHT
LADIES' NIGHT
VILLAGE BELL
20F118
GREETINGS SONS OF DANGER! dF118
WATCH FOR JIM REMPRE, Feb. 2nd in a free
pocket billiard exhibition in the Union Ballroom.
cF 120
DEBBIE,
Hey, kiddo! How are you doing? Is Markley as
clean as ever? I hope you're taking care of your-
self. Have you moved yet? We should talk. See
you soon?
-Woodhead dF118
TO TOMMY LEE:
Today you are leaving me, sob! Write soon or
else!! Don't forget, not a word to mumsie about
my overnighter, tee hee.
LOVE, Bubbles (SHW)
dF118

SKI VENTURE
CROSS COUNTRY
SKIING
FIVE GROOMED TRAILS
MOONLIGHT TOURS
LESSONS
GROUP PARTY RATES
STUDENT DISCOUNTS: WEEKDAYS WITH I.D.
Leslie Golf Course, Ann Arbor
668-9011
Opendaily

ASSISTANT NEEDED helping physically handicap-
t ped person in their home. Call 971-0277 9-5, Mon.
thru Fri. 95H0118
I AM SEEKING a few ambitious people capable
of making a financial success of a proven business'
opportunity. For interviews call 971-3561. 94H121
WORK-STUDY JOB-Research assistant for library
research. Coding and checking data; variety of
other tasks. Light typing necessary. If interested
call Diane, 764-7487. 05H120

76-GUIDE
FOR 24-HR. PERSONAL COUNSELING and RE-
FERRAL call 76-GUIDE. For University phone num-
bers, events, and movies call 764-1817, for student
phone numbers call 764-2330. cF416
MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cFtc
PROFESSIONAL EDITING
" DISSERTATIONSt
" BOOKS
" ARTICLES
" PAPERS
RUTH GLADSTONE-769-2931

WRITERS AIDE SERVIUE INC. Professional edit-
ing and writing. Expert directional assistance for
papers, theses. 761-8645;:557-2755. cJtc
ADVERTISE FOR LESS .wrough the Michigan,
Daily contracted classified ads. Call 764-0557 for
more information. dJ121
THE SECRETARIAT
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Drafting, Lettering
812 South State Street
11-6,7 days/week 994-3594
cite
A PROFESSIONAL TYPIST
is your best bet. Dissertations, manuscripts, papers,
etc._ Reasonable/guaranteed/references. 434-9027.
cJ209.
TYPING-Professional/student rates. Fast, reliable
service. Ask for Barbara, 665-4286.24 hnnrs. cJtc

$3.50 HOURLY
FULL TIME
PERMANENT
Full time days or evenings easy phone sales. No
experience necessary. Full training program for
qualified individuals, must be 18 years or older.
Must have a clear telephone voice and a desire
to earn at least $250 weekly. Only ambitious de-
pendable people need apply. Call 487-5051. 02H119
TENNIS PROS AND ASSISTANT PROS-Seasonal
and year-round clubs; good playing and teaching
background. Call (301) 654-3770, or send 2 complete
resumes and 2 pictures to: Col. R. Reade, W.T.S.,
8401 Connecticut Ave., Suite 1011, Chevy Chase, MD'
20015. p16H120

FREE MEALS in exchange for work on meal
crew at Beta Theta Pi. Call 995-9617. 87H119.
HELP WANTED-2 or 3 people needed to type
tapes of interviews for my thesis project. Part or
full time. Pay negotiable. Call Cary, 665-4903, eve-.
nings. Leave name and number. 78H118
PIZZA DELIVERY DRIVERS
Must be eighteen. No car necessary. Part-time
only. Ten to thirty hours per week. Apply im person
only after 4 p.m. Omega Pizza, 101 Washtenaw
Place. 81H121

1968 VW for sale. Excellent running condition. $300.
Call Sarah, 971-4951 after 5 p.m. 65N2A
'71 PLYMOUTH Satellite Sebring. Mechanically
sound. 434-5634 or 971-1926. 44N125
1974 MAZDA-RX-4 Wagon. 43,000 miles, runs excel-
lent, $1000 or best offer. 663-0220. 33N118
1976 HONDA CIVIC, 5 speed, AM-FM radio, rear
defrnater aellnt onanditn 42-17i ;9Nofl1

FURNISHED five-bedroom, bath-and-a half house
on campus. Pall occupancy. Parking. Campus
Management, Inc. 6634101. eCtc
GEDDES-OBSERVATORY AREA
2-Bedroom Modern Apartments
3 or 4 person, Furnished
Parking, Fall Occupancy
Fall listings of smaller apts. in older campus
homes are also now available.

Campus Management, Inc.
337 E. Huron St.
.-5 Mon.-Fri.

663-4101

10-2 Saturdays
cCtc

CAMPUS-Furnished 3, 4, 5, & 6 bdrm. houses.
'1 yr. lease beginning May 1. No pets. Call before
8 p.m., 769-3590. 30C122
,GO CO-OP FALL '78! Applications now being
accepted for student-run co-ophousing. About $160
per month and 42 hours work per week covers
.room, board, laundry and utilities. 8-month con-
tract. Visit the ICC Office, 4002 Michigan Union.
36C122
,COLLECTIVE long house has one room available
Feb. 1, for 1 or 2 persons to share house, food,
finances, chores. 769-1442. 25C122
ROOM FOR RENT. Male grad student. Lakewood
subdivision. 665-5208. 34C119
t)WN ROOM in huge four bedroom apartment
'neardFarmer's Market. $105/month, fireplace. Call
Randy, 995-5204 after 6 p.m. 23C0122
FEMALE-Own room in large apartment on E.
Jefferson. $85. Call Felicia, 761-5044 or 668-6402.
97C1 18
Own room for woman in beautiful two bedroom
6pt. Close to campus. Fully furnished. Available
ignmediatply. 994-9302. 22C120
,CONDO TO SHARE with two students. Own room,
:99/month. Available immediately. 995-4384. 06C120
1HARE APT. IN HOUSE with one other woman.
1'Own bedroom. $137.50/month plus utilities. 668-7381.
07C120
VAILABLE IMMEDIATELY-Baits female triple
,fuite, double room. 668-8493. 4C121
,TWO SINGLE ROOMS, five person cooperative
,douse thru August, Fall option. Margy, Chris, 994-
0651. 99C118
.VAILABLE IMMEDIATELY-Room and house on
Kampus location. Call 668-6906, cCtc
OUBLES AVAILABLE-Board optional. $120/mo.
nt" $90/mo. rent. Near campus, in Fraternity.
T94-4205. 2900119

ROOM AND BOARD in friendly fraternity, $215/
month. Everyone welcome. 665-5740 or 662-4003.
50E122
ROOM AND BOARD-Sublet in comfortable co-ed
house, Jan. 30 to April 4. $164/mo. Peter, 761-6515.
66E0118
BE WARM THIS WINTER! Join a, co-op. Meet
people. Share good times, work, savings. Immediate
openings, North and Central Campus. Inter-Coopera-
th Cuncil.4002 Michigan Uninn. 662-4414. 37E120

WORKSHOPF R SIiLES ( men, women)
practice initiating, deepening, re-negotiating re-
lationships. Jan. 27-29. Bob & Margaret Blood, 769-
0046. 28F126
JEWISH EXPO Tues., Jan. 24th, Union Ballroom,
noon-11 p.m. cF124
ELF . . . ELF. . . ELF... (ENERGY LINE
FAMILY) WAITING YOUR CALL AT (313) 663-
5366 'ROUND THE CLOCK ... MESSAGE (TUES-
DAY & WEDNESDAY): "THERE WERE GIANTS
ABROAD IN THE LAND IN THOSE DAYS-MEAN-
ING 'FOR US-LIFE/DEATH HUERT HUM-
PHREY." CALL NOW (313) 663-5366 (DIALOGUE:
CARL & CRAIG). cF1l8
GRAD HAPPY HOUlt for the campus Jewish
community. Thurs., 4:30-6:30 at 1429 Hill St. cF119
THE SNOW is white, the sky is gray,
February 14th is Valentine's Day.
Roses are red, carnations are pink,
It's really much later than you think.
The ground is below, the sky is above,
Just write down your words of love.
You eat from a plate, you drink from a cup,
Bring 'em in and we'll print 'em up.
A girl's a lassie, a boy's a lad,
The Daily's the place for a Sweetheart ad.
To put your "Sweetie" in Seventh heaven,
Just dial 764-0557. dF119
PERSONAL GROWTH GROUP. Mon. evenings. Bob
Blood, PhD. 769-0046. 10F121

UM ARMENIAN CLUB.
If you're Armenian and go to U of M, find out%
about the newly formed Armenian Club on campus.
Don't miss the FIRST ANNUAL ARMENIAN
CLUB DANCEATHON-PARTY at the International
Center on Friday evening 6 p.m.-Saturday 6 p.m.
Beer, snacks, and Armenian Food!! dF120
HAROLD-That trick you pulled at the UGLI last
night just proves how immature you are. How
could you do that in front of all those gawkers?
I was so embarrassed I probably won't show my
face until the Armenian Club dance-a-thon Friday
night at the International Center. Everyone is in-
vited to dance to both American and Armenian
music, so I may have to see you there. It will
probably be a great party with lots of people,
beer . . so I can have a good time anyway. I
never want to see your face, or anything else you
exposed at the UGLI again. See you Friday. dF120J
SECOND CHANCE-Music and Meal Deal. Eat in l
restaurtant Sun-Thurs between 4 and 9 p.m. and.
enter nightclub free. eFtc
LIGHT MOVING
Local van $10 load
663-2669
cF416
GUNKHOLER
Join cruising sailors for a monthly evening of.
drink and talk. Write Gunkholes, P.O. Box 7418,
Ann Arbor, MI 48107 for details. 46F123
THE 1978 MICHIGANENSIAN (U-M's Yearbook)
is looking for students interested in working on the
Business Staff. Positions are open in Marketing,
Sales, and General Business. No experience neces-
sary, we will train you. If interested, CALL 764-
0561 or come to our office at 420 Maynard (next
to SAB). dFtc
SUPER SALE
January 20-30. Save 25% on our regular lines of
long-burning tapers and gothfcs, Baldwin brass
candlesticks and accessories. Many other items
reduced as well. Little Dipper Candles, 415 N. Fifth
Ave. in Kerrytown (adjacent to Farmer's Market).
cFl120
COUPLES ENRICHMENT WORKSHOP. Jan. 20-22.
Bob, Margaret Blood. 769-0046. 12F0119
OPEN FOR BREAKFAST at 8 a.m. ROUND HAUS
CAFE, 618 Church, across from Blue Frogge. 995-
5095. CF416
PRIMAL TRAININ9 and/or supportive counseling
a. the Personal Growth, Center, 403 Miller, Ann
Arbor, MI 48103. (313) 971-0102, Est. 1972. cF416
LOWEST COPY PRICES'
THE COPYMILL
211 S. State (near Olga's)
Copies, course packs, while
you wait! 662-3969
Our prices really are the lowest
_ cFtc
ALTERNATIVE Elementary School has, openings
now for children 5-9. Children's Community Center,
663-4392. 40F118
PREGNANT? Need help?
Call Problem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. Pregnancy
tests available. cFtc
ENERGY LINE can help with HOUSING, JOBS,
OR ANY PROBLEM. Phone 663-5366 24 hours any
day. cFtc
LOWEST COPY PRICES
IN THE MIDWEST!
Accu-Copy, 514 E. William, 769-8338
cF416

cFtc

XEROX AND OFFSET
FAST, LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University
SECOND SERVE
1978 Michigan Rose Bowl T-Shirts
406 E. Liberty
JAZZ AT THE UNIVERSITY CLUB
with the FORCE. Vincent York featured alto sax
solosit with the Duke Ellington Orchestra, Ned
Mann bass, Kevin Gibbs piano and Kenneth Bolds
former drummer five years with Lionel Hampton
Drums at the UniversityClub cocktail lounge each
Friday and Saturday evenings 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m.
throughout the Fall. No cover charge, free trial
membership available from the hostess. cFtc

SALESPEOPLE WANTED-To sell advertising for
the Michigan Daily on a commission basis. Call
Rod, 764-0560. dH118
EXPERIENCED WAITING HELP WANTED-Con -
tact Peter Dilorenzi at the University Club in
person 1 p.m.-3 p.m. week days. cH416
RIGHT-HANDED MALE SUBJECTS for "bio-feed-
back study." Renumeration $5; maximum time
involvement 1% hours. For information call'Psycho-
Physicology Clinic, Dept. of Psychiatry, 763-0115.
70H124
SUMMER JOBS
s CEDAR POINT AMUSEMENT PARK, Sandusky,
Ohio, will hold orr campus interviews February 1
and 2 for summer employment. Over 3,200 positions
available for a wide variety of jobs. Dormitory
or apartment style HOUSING AVAILABLE. Contact
Summer Placement Office for information and
appointment.
1' CEDAR POINT

SUBLET ROOM in co-operative house on N. Thayer.
Share house with five adults and one child. $115/
month plus utilities and food money. Late wvinter

-OZONE HOUSE needs yoi to provide temporary,
housing for young people in crisis-one day to 2;
week.-a comfortable couch is all you need. Call.
. 's12111

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EXPERIENCED ROCK DRUMMER looking for
band in Ann Arbor-Detroit area. Own equipment
and excellent references. Call 655-6050 after 6, week
dasq .anvtimeweekends 470125

FOR SALE-Fender Rhodes Piano, $450; 2 1-15"
S.R.O. cabinets, $75 each. Dave, 6628676. 56X120
USED FENDER Telecastor Guitar. Natural finish
with maple neck. Call Don,769-1400. cX125
USED FENDER SHOWMAN, amp one CBS, CSB.
Call Don, 769-1400. cX127
COMPACT STEREO SYC PEM, exc. condition, $90.
763-6568, mornings. (0118
UPRIGHT PIANO, all keys play. Apollo Music
Center.761-9430. cX126

MEAL JOBS AVAILABLE. Delta Sigma Delta
dental fraternity.761-6616. 87H12

STUDENT WANTS passengers to LA area this week.
Share driving and expenses. Daylight driving
planned. Walter, 647-2230. 52G118
RIDE WANTED to Cleveland Friday. 764-0075, 764-
4888. 53G118

TREK NEPAL
Join a small group of Ann Arborites for an explora-
ton of the culture and natural history of this Hima-
layan Kingdom. May '78. 995-4617. cPtc

Dr. Paul C. Uslan
OPTOMETRIST
Visual Analysis
Full Contact Lens Service
Cold Sterilization Soft lens
545 Church St.-769-1222

NEEDED-People with asthma to participate in
a study of new asthmatic medication at the Univer-
sity of Michigan Medical School. Participants paid"
$200 at completion of study. For details, call 764-
2260, 8-4M-F. 50F0119
SECOND CHANCE-Music andMeal Deal. Eat in
restaurant Sun-Thurs between 4 and 9 p.m. and
enter night club free.. cFtc

BREAK INTO the entertainment business and get
to know U of M student programming activities.
We need competent responsible and energetic work-
study students. Call 763-1107. 55H124
INTERVIEWERS
For telephone interviewing from office location.
Part time evening and weekend work, ideal for
person with flexible schedule interested in chal-
lenge of interviewing for survey research organi-
zation. A non-discriminatory/affirmative action
employer. If you would enjoy interesting, temporary
work, send resume to: Telephone Room, Box 1248,
Ann Arbor, MI 48106. 48H202
BLUE FROGGE is now accepting applications for
waiters and waitresses. Apply between 2 and 8
p m. at 611 Church. 49H201
HOUSECLEANING-1 day/week, Mon. or Tues.,
approx. 6 hrs./day. Near campus, own transporta-
tion needed if nec. Call 662-0751 after 4:00. 21H120
STEREO CAMPUS
REP WANTED !
Hungry entrepreneurial type needed to sell name
brand Hi-Fi, car stereo, TV, etc. to friends &
faculty. Tremendous earning potential. Send for
application by mailing this ad to:
MUSIC/SOUND DIST., DEPT. C-178
6730 SANTA BARBARA CT.
BALTO., MD 21227"
61H118
LUNCH MEAL JOBS available at Chi Psi Fraternity.
761-6281. 42H124
TRUMPET OR SAX PLAYER, mature, versatile,
for working $ weekend band. Must sing. Trans-
portation and experience required. Call Judy, 663-
2721 or Chip, 665-7316. 41H124
RAJI RANI NEEDS restaurant help. Apply in person
1133 E. Huron 6-9 p.m. Tues.-Sun. 29H118
HOUSE CLEANING 12 hrs./wk., walking distance
to campus. Call after 5 p.m., 662-7169. 26H122
PART-TIME HOUSEKEEPER, $3.00/hr. Call Bob,
995-2554. 24H119

I AM MOVING to Ann Arbor for the first time.
I am looking for apt. or house. Needed the begin-
ning of February. Will pay up to $250. Write:
Diane Riker, Wood 201, 3 Ames St., Cambridge,
Mass. 02139. 33L119
STAYING OUT WEEKENDS? Clean, working gr d
will sublet room/apartment, Saturday and Sunday
nights only. Call 649-0798, evenings. " 43L118

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Edited by Margaret Farrar

IBM Correcting Selectric II, good condition. Will.
pay $525 cash. Gary at 282-4444, 434-0692 evenings,
late 4K. nMK121

CLASSICAL GUITAR INSTRUCTION. Beginning-
Advanced level. Guitar Gallery, 236 Nickels= Arcade.
662-5888. 01M201
QUALIFIED EDITOR of'papers, theses, articles,
books. No ghost writing. Call 6631369 after 5'p.m.
63M119
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
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M 0 N E T SAP I D L
LUG BE-N I S E
S T E E P L E J A C K S
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Look for:
ON SALE NOW
in the Fishbowl
and Campus-Area Stores

ACROSS
1 Hindu deity
5 Moving
10 Plant fiber
14 Great work
15 Surfeited
16 On the deep
17 Catherine -,
Henry VIII's
sixth
18 Ally oneself with
20 Broke a date:
Slang
22 Farmers'
machines
23 Destructive
insect
25 Move swiftly:
Colloq.
26 Hockey rink
area, near goal
29 Passageways
33 Slow: Fr.
34 - breeches
35 Salver
37 "Nut-brown - "
38 Least hasty
41 French article
42 Fencing
44 Heron's cousin
45 Numerical prefix
47 Army man
49 Type of golf club
112 13 14 M

1978 LOS ANGELES TIMES
50 Poetic time of
day
51 Fairy tale
character
53 Subservient
57 Admitted
61 Celebrates
63 Cooper heroine
64 Traveler's sched.
65 Another meaning
for 20 Across
66 Dice throw
67 Shoe sizes
68 More recent
69 Remarks

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SUMMER JOBOI
ANYONE-undergrad, grad, professor, with expe-
rience in food or management
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RISINIG STAR
The New University
Poetry & Translation
Magazine
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DOWN
Party men: Abbr.
" - on the
back
Spanish painter
Trampoline
performer
Forswear
Inclination
Indochinese
native
Common verbal
contraction
Sports officials
- to it (having
trouble)
Verb ending
6 7 8 9
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12 Sea: Ger.
13 Annie Oakley
19 Valhalla name
21 Prescribed
amounts
24 Got out of hand
26 Talon
27 Vestige
28 Spanish month
30 Letters
31 Explode
32 A votre -
34 Port of Honshu
36 Four seasons
39 Tennis official
40 Irritant,
figuratively
43 Certain teams
46 Consequences
48 Genus of sheep
49 Solicitor
52 More faulty
53 Struck, old style
54 Not long ago
55 Consanguineous
56 This spot
58 Dickens
heroine
59 Nobelist in
physics
60 Offers, as
respects
62 Quarrel
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GREANEY, ILL. (I hr north of Chicago)
INTERVIEWING Jan.19 & 20
Contact Ann Cooper-763-4117
Summer Placement Office

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