-Friday, January 3, 1978-The Michigan Daily
Keyboard player wanted for Stollman Brothers
Band. Experience a must. Call 544-2871. 0411214
Free meals for dishwashers. Fraternity needs one
lunch, and one dinner clean up person. Call 761=5676.
ask for Gordon, Bill, or Ken. 03H204
MEAL JOBS AVAILABLE. Delta Sigma Delta
dental fraternity, 761-6616. 87H12
PHYSICAL THERAPISTS-Immediate positions,
excellent growth potential, salary to $30.000. 647-
578. 1120 (4
FOUND Jan. 29th-Young, sandy-colored female,
pal't Labrodor and 'Golden Retriever, near Main
and Hill. 662-5765 or 665-6887. dA204
LOST-Norwegian Elkhound, male, has cyst on back
of neck. Call 662-2359. 60A205
FOUND-Ford trunk key. in front of CRISP. 764-
FOUND Jan 29th-Young, sandy-colored female.
part Labroador and Golden Retreiver, near Main
and Hill. 662-5765 or 665-6887. dA204
FOUND-MEN'S GLASSES. State and William. 662-
LOST-WOMAN'S WATCH, Central Campus or IM
Building. Reward. 769-7770. 22A207
FOUND-SET OF KEYS on W. Madison on Friday
night. Please cal1764-0054 or 764-9626. . dA203
LOST-GOLD ID BRACELET, name Debbie. Re-
ward. If found call 761-3314. 43A204
FOUND-SET OF KEYS in Arb, U of M. Identify.
lOPPY-Black Labrador, 5 mos. old, lovable, needs
ctive home and outdoors. Loves people, must give
way immediately. Call after 5 weekdays, all day
at. or Sun.,995-3743. 84B209
ROSS COUNTRY SkIS and poles, 195 cm. long,
,od condition, best offer. Call Judy, after 5 p.m..
ROSS COUNTRY SKIS-New, variety of sizes,
ax and no-wax. 429-9539, evenings. 46B208
WAD RECEIVER-8-Track. four speackers, $200-
t offer.994-4345. 62B208
UST SELL-Honda 50cc Express. In excellent
)dition, only 135 miles with new dot helmet.
f ree Tuesday afternoons at Mt. Brighton. Trans-
&tationequipment. lessons (optional, not extra).
)ly $35, without equipment $25. Call immediately,
F.VEN'MATCH ING JEWELRY showcases, lighted
fur 5-foot and three 6-foot. good condition, modern
les. $100 each or $75 each if take all. Call Dave.
)f 423-3280, evenings (517) 423-7844. 15B971
DAWN TREADER BOOK SHOP is now buy-
and selling used and rare books at and for
pj prices. Inside Bill's Bindery, downstairs at
' . Liberty (across from Second Chance), 995-
WELL-FURNISHED UNITS IN MODERN
BUILDINGS AND UNIQUE OLDER HOMES
STOP BY SOON
FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION AND
S. UNIVERSITY AT
Monday-Friday 9-5:30 Saturday 10-2
OWN ROOM in beautiful house close to campus.
Cooperative living; pets welcome. No smoking.
Available imnediately. $102/month neg. Call eve-
nings,663-7981. . - dC204
SHARE QUAINT HOUSE with three men and one
woman. Own room with balcony. Laundry facilities.
$106/month. Close to campus on Lawrence St. 995-
ROOMS AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY in nice
house close to campus. Call 662-2606 persistently.
Now accepting applications for Fall 78 rental
* On & Off Campus Locations
" Security Systems
" Heat & Water Paid
" Air Conditioned
* Laundry Room
For best selection/call now !!
LARGE ROOM. Campus location. $125/mo. Feb.-
June lease. Call 761-7610. 06C204
EFFICIENCY-Kitchen included. Directly behind
LS&A Building. Available now. 995-8410. 27C207
COLLECTIVE long house has one room available
Feb. 1, for I or 2 persons to share house, food,
finances, chores. 769-1442. 25C122
FURNISHED five-bedroom, bath-and-a half house
on campus. Fall occupancy. Parking. Campus
Management, Inc., 663-4101. cCtc
"JOB SEARCH"-Guide for successful interviews,
by leading corporate recruiter, $3.00 to J. Alpeter,
Rt. 2, Box 464A, Dundee, Ill. 60118. p83F225
SUFFERING FROM DRY SKIN? Visit our skin
care department. Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Uni-
versity Ave. cF203
JOBS ON SHIPS! American, Foreign. No experi-
ence required. Excellent pay. World-wide travel.
Summer job or career. Send $3.00 for information.
SEAFAX, Dept. F-2, Box 2049, Port Angeles, Wash-
ington 98362. 85F209
FREE THRILLERS, poems, biographies, novels,
political chronicles & cetera for the legible, engaging
reviews you write about them for the Daily's Sunday
Magazine. To publish, call Brian Blanchard after-
noons at 764-0552. dF205
"U of M ADMINISTRATION MOVES TO AXE
UNIV. OFFICE OF ETHICS AND RELIGION-
TRAGIC STEP BACKWARD!!"-the NOW mes-
sage waiting your phone call to (313) 663-5366-
ENERGY LINE FAMILY (ELF)-24 hours a day.
Learn what YOU can do to halt this retrograde
step in the life of the University of Michigan!
DIAL 663-5366 RIGHT NOW!! cF203
LEO MALE wishes to exchange letters and photos
with gregarious female, object friendship first.
Reply to: No. 138516, Robert Parker, Box-E, Jack-
son, MI 49204. pcF22
MINORITY WOMEN-The Sigma Loves from the
blue and white family have rescheduled their tea for
Sunday, February 5 in Anderson Room C at 4 p.m.
For more information call Joyce, 764-2680. dF206
DANCE CLASSES beginning Feb. 6 and 7. Elesa
Rosasco 665-3157. 24F207
PROFESSIONAL D.J. SERVICE. Call James, 763-
MINORITY MALES-IF you are interested in
pledging a true blue black fraternity, call Maurice.
OZONE HOUSE needs you to provide temporary
housing for young people in crisis-one day to 2
weeks-a comfortable couch is all you need. Call
Jan at 662-2222. cF416
TWO FEMALES are searching for that certain
someplace for fall. Our priorities include a big
kitchen, big living room, two bedrooms, reasonable
rent and close to campus, too! So, we're looking for
the moon, we can still hope. A flat in a house or an
unfurnished apt. is fine. Please help us.. . 663-
NON-CAUCASIAN (Pacific Islander) gentleman, 27,
Ph.D., would like to meet independent and sincere
female 25-30 for companionship and possible matri-
mony. Serious inquiries only to The Michigan Daily.
Box 4,420 Maynard, Ann Arbor, MI 48109. 40F204
SEPARATE/DIVORCED WORKSHOP for men,
women in transition. Feb. 10-12. Bob. Margaret
FIND DER SPIEGEL. DIE ZEIT, LE NOUVEL
OBSERVATEUR and many other foreign magazines
at A PERIODICAL RETREAT, 316 S. State, 663-0215.
AS VALENTINE'S DAY approaches near,
Tell you sweetie that (s)he is a dear.
The Daily classified page is the place to tell
That special someone that she's just swell.
No need to be poetic: You don't have to rhyme
It's efficient, it's cheap, and we charge by the line.
So, come on down, nine to five are the hours.
it's better than candy, presents and flowers.'
So if you are smitten with that love-bug infection
Say "Darling, I love you"'in our classified section.
WANTED: INCREDULOUS people to witness for
rebirth of the gods, (Offenbach's Orpheus in the Un-
derworld by the ontuic Opera Guild), February 1-4,
Mendelsshon Theatre. Tickets: Box Office, 763-1085.
Find Der SpiegelDie Zeit, Le Nouvel Observateur
and many other foreign magazines at A
PERIODICAL RETREAT, 316 S. State, 663-021.
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 fjve years with Lionel Hampton
Drums at the University Club 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
RIDING LESSONS by experienced instructor.
Dressage horse for lease. Alice, 764-7509 or 482-4579.
CHEMISTRY TUTOR, M.S., organic/general chem.,
$5.00/hr. 662-5697. 09F204
Local van $10 load
Will sing your message to anyone, anyplace, any-
time, anywhere, as long as it's happy. Call us, 668-
ACU- BOWLING TOURNAMENT Sat.. Feb. 7.
10 a.m. at Union Lanes. Sign up now. cF203
SECOND CHANCE-Music and Meal Deal. Eat in
restaurant Sun.-Thurs. between 4 and 9 p.m. and
enter nightclub free. cFtc
LEO MALE wishes to exchange letters and photos
with gregarious female, object friendship first.
Reply to: No. 138516, Robert Parker. Box-E. Jack-
sok. MI 49204. pcF22
MALE BALLROOM DANCE Partner wanted. Inter-
mediate at Y. Please write to Daily Box 3. 25F203
A2 POTTERS GUILD
has openings for Wednesday night pottery class,
7-10 p.m., February 8-June 7. Gas kilns. Flexible
additional lab time. Beginners and experienced
potters welcome. $135. Call Jim Clark at 973-9707.
HELP SEND A GROUP of handicapped children
to the Children's Special Olympics. The U of M
Physical Therapy Club is sponsoring a semi-formal
with free refreshments and "Gabriel." For more
information and tickets call Sue or Rita, 764-8664.
XEROX AND OFFSET
FAST, LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPY QU ICK
1217 S. University
PRIMAL TRAINING and/or supportive counseling
,at the Personal Growth Center, 403 Miller, Ann
Arbor, MI 48103. (313) 971-0102, Est. 1972. cF416
PREGNANT? Need help?
Call Problem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. Pregnancy
tests available. cFtc
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
" STAPLED BOOKLETS
" QUALITY BOND PAPER COPIES
2.750~ a Copy
ANN ARBOR'S LOWEST COI RSE-PACK PRICES
(Compare Albert's 5t/copy)
LOW COST COPYING
211-B S. State St. and 522 E. William St.
MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR
(It's good for our business:
1209 . University
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
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 numberscall 764-2330. cF416
EDITORIAL & PUBLICATION SERV.
Editing Writing Design Translation
manuscripts, reports, articles
pick-up & delivery 668-8899
The Dawn Treader Book Shop is now buying and
selling used and rare books at and for fair prices.
Inside Bill's Bindery, downstairs at 525 E. Liberty
(across from Second Chance) 995-1008. cJtc
IS YOUR BEST BET. Dissertations, manuscripts,
papers, etc. Reasonable/guaranteed/references.
TYPING-Professional/student rates. Fast, reliable
service Ask for Barbara,665 4286,24 hours. cJtc
Editing. Drafting, Lettering
812 South State Street
11-6,7 days/week 994-3594
WRITERS AIDE SERVICE INC. Professional edit-
ing and writing. Expert directional assistance for
papers, theses. 761-8645;:557-2755. cJtc
SPRING-SUMMER SUBLET. May-August. Own
room in 3 bedroom apartment in house. Unfur-
nished. Close to campus. $75.663-8104. 34U205
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
according to original number of days ordered.
This policy is also applicable to ads requiring
pre-payment, i.e., no refunds. Informatibn
regarding content of classified ads cannot
by disclosed prior -to publication. Advertisers'
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 doys
FOR SALE-1968 VW TRANSPORTER BUS; rebuilt
engine w/5,000 miles, new battery, gas heater.
$1900. Call 662-2468. dG203
THREE WOMEN to share beautiful apartment,
Fall, lease. 663-1185. dY20:1
ROOMMATE NEEDED for 2-woman apartment.
$100/month..Call 662-1004. dY205
'65 MERCURY, cheap. dependable. Transmission,
interior good. Body needs paint. $300-negotiable.
DESPERATELY NEED two tickets to Patti Smith
concert Monday or Tuesday. Call 668-0544. 74Q205
DESPERATELY ^NEEDED-Two tickets for UM/
MSU basketball game. Will pay TOP DOLLAR for
blue section. 995-1825. 78Q247
NEEDED-2 tickets together for Michigan State-
Mich. game. Call 662-1041. 08Q203
WAN T TO BUY 2 tickets together for Michigan
State-Mich. game. Call 662-1041. 08Q203
DAILY DISCOUNT RACK
406 E. Liberty, 663-6771
GET IN SHAPE
ful and distinctive l & 2 bedroom a
located in quiet residential surroun
jogging distance to campus.
" Well managed
* Furnished '
" Heat&water paid
" Free Parking
Now leasing for Fall 78
'8R -906 663-3641
I RENDLY HOUSE,, Three bathro
'ul kitchen and sitting room. Lease thr
with summer option. 5 minutes from can
ike, 662-0523. 6
E SPACIOUS HOUSE with three men an
v Own room with balcony. Laundry facil
ble any time. $106/month. Convenient
nLawrence Street. 995-5931.
OOM in modern 2-bedroom apartment.
pus. $120/month. Grad preferred. 662-
LAW STUDENT needs quiet, studious roommate to
share comfortable 2 bedroom apartment on campus.
Rent $125/mo., includes heat. Lease and deposit.
668-8737 after noon. 36C205
OWN ROOM. Furnished apartment. Near Division-
William St. $150. 663-0831. 32C203
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed for Fall. Own room
in 2-bedroom Albert Terrace Apt. Call evenings
persistently. 668-8783. 19C207
SPACIOUS ROOMS for rent through April. Can be
cCtc single or double. Board plan available. Near cam-
pus, in frat. 994-4205. 23C209
oms. ,- .- --, -
'ough GEDDES-OBSERVATORY AREA
npus. 2-bedroom Modern Apartments
9C205 3 or 4 person, Furnished
d one Parking, Fall Occupancy
lities. Fall listings of smaller apts. in older campus
loca- homes are also now available.
ONE LARGE BEDROOM, furnished, kitchen, bath.
Pay March 1-Aug. 31, but move in after Feb. 15.
$125/mo. Two blocks to Law Quad. 763-0285, eves.
SUBLET-Two rooms, new paint and carpet. 54:3 S.
Division. $130/month. 663-3579, after 6 p.m. 70U209
SUBlET: MAY-AUG. Female for large 2 bedroom
apartment. Modern conveniences-- price negotiable.
Call 668-8783 or 429-2671, ask for Mary Anne. 93U204
SUBLET-LARGE SINGLE ROOM in co-ed house.
Room and board: $160/mo. Parking, washing facili-
ties. Ck I Mike, 663-9483. 57U207
FEMALE-Non-smoker, grad student or vegetarian
preferred to share 2-bedroom N. Campus apart-
ment. $132.50 plus electricity. 662-0223. 49U205
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Campus Management, Inc.
;AD STUDENTS-Going to summer school? May-
1J8y co-op living situation. Well-kept house with
rd, fireplace, and porch. 994-0425. 45C205
fROOMS AVAILABLE. Beautiful cooperative
e. great location.995-5012. 48C207
13. 4. 5, & 6-BEDROOM, furnished houses. 1-year
fse, beginning May 1st. No pets. Call before 8
.mn.. 769-3590. 50C209
Lev Straight Leg
Bell Bottom Jeans
NOW30% of f
White & Railroad Stripe
Reg. 14" $ 1049
Water roof Boots
Style No. 9153 Reg. 52"
ROOM AND BOARD in friendl3 fraternity. Every-
one welcome. $215/month. 665-5740.662-4003. 66E208
ROOM AND BOARD in comfortable co-ed house.
Feb. thru April 29 with summer option. $164/mo.
Call Rick, Ken or Todd. 761-6515. ' 41E209
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar
LOWEST COPY PRICES
IN THE MIDWEST'.
Accu-Copy, 514 E. William, 769-8338
WANTED-PART-TIME HOUSEKEEPER. $3/hr.
UPJOHN BEGINS WITH YOU
Representatives from The Upjohn Company will be on campus Wednes-
day, February 8 to interview in the following areas.
CHEMISTRY. B.S.-M.S. chemists for positions as chemistry laboratory
assistants and laboratory analysts.
BIOLOGY. B.S.-M.S. biology-microbiology majors for positions as lab as-
sistants or lab analysts. Ph.D. level microbiologists-molecular biologists-
geneticists for future research scientific openings.
ENGINEERING. B.S. electrical, mechanical and chemical engineers for
entry level project engineering slots. Ph.D. chemical engineers for re-
search and process design work.
BuSINESS. MBAs for employee relations and marketing research. Ac-
counting & Finance majors for placement on the accounting & finance
Professional Development Program.
Why interview with Upjohn?
The Upjohn Company is an employee-oriented pharmaceutical-chemi-
cal firm with corporate-research-production headquarters in Kalamazoo,
Michigan, and with various other chemical, pharmaceutical, agricultural
and laboratory operations throughout the U.S. All Upjohn businesses fall
under an umbrella of improving the quality of life for humanity.
Research is given a top priority (with nine percent of sales, or
$92,565,000 being reinvested in Research & Development in 1976). Our
efforts in such areas as Infectious Diseases, CNS, Diabetes & Athero-
sclerosis, Hypersensitivity Diseases, Fertility Research and Cardiovascu-
lar Diseases are resulting in extensive product lines and exciting new
We have over 6,000 employees working in Kalamazoo and another
6,000 or so working at other U.S. sites. A great many of these are pro-
fessional specialists, thus affording a stimulating atmosphere for work
and growth in a multi-disciplined environment. And although we are fairly
large, our internal job posting system, rotational training programs (in
sne i-e s and ltierredcreer nzaths e~nha~nce mobilitvysand Growth
W Call Bob at 995-2554. 79H203
WANTED-Resident Counselors for FRIENDS
INTERNATIONAL CO-OP to serve beginning
Summer 1978. Preference will be given to couples
who have had experience in group living and coun-
seling situations, who have some Quaker interests
and background and who have had relevant inter-
national contacts. Interested married student couples
without children or pets should call 761-7435. 20H208
Meijer Incorporated is seeking a reliable Phar-
macist to work part-time in a pharmacy at the
Carpenter Road Thrifty Acres in Ypsilanti.
We are willing to work schedule around hospital
schedule or graduate studies.
Benefits include dental, life, optical, pharmacy
and hospitalization insurance, paid birthdays, holi-
days and vacations, sick pay plan, and a vested
Interested individuals should call Jim Noble.
Store Director, at 313/973-1200.
3825 Carpenter Road
An Equal Opportuinity Employer
BABYSITTER WANTED-For nine-month-old girl,
occasionally older children, some light housekeep-
ing, 30 hrs./wk. during day, walking distance to
campus. After 5 p.m. call 662-7169. 64H205
HOUSE-SITTER WANTED-Mar. 3-Mar. 12. Pri-
vate home close to campus Must have references.
SECRETARY-To work 24 hrs./wk. in church. Pro-
fessional typing and record-keeping skills required.
Call 668-7622. 59H205
Detroit and San Francisco Bay area. New resi-
dential education community accepting applications
for internships in mathematics instruction for poor
and minority students and building restoration. BS
in Math required, advanced degree preferred.
The SEED Learning Center
1-577-3167 Equal Opportunity Employer
WANTED--PART-TIME HOUSEKEEPER. $3/hr.
Call Bob at 995-2554. 35H202
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9 Over's partner
14 N. African port
15 Tree fruit
16 - Academy
17 Tear down
18 Bunkhouse items
19 Singer's forte
20 Tangled skein
22 Tantamount to:
34 - jumbo
38 Dancer's feat
39 Sun: Prefix
41 Type of lace:
42 Slipcase to hold
44 Friends of a sort
54 Oil center in
S1978 LOS ANGELES TIMES
57 Gauzy cloth used
58 River into the
Bay of Biscay
61 Title in Yemen
63 Jewish month
64 Girl's name
65 Snug abodes
66 Native of Aarhus
67 Hold out
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2 Nether world of
4 - on (comes
5 Means of
6 Sticky stuff
7 Ready when
8 Plaster of Paris
10 City of W India
11 Poet of the
12 Qui - ? (who
13 House features
25 Classic poet
28 Alpha Centauri
29 Artist Chagall
30 Sacred Egyptian
31 One of Edison's
32 Opposite of woe
35 Diminutive suffix
36 Capital of
39 Prophet of 8th
40 Black marks
42 Searches (out)
43 Mountain lion
45 Native of Luzon
50 Animal from
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