Page 6-Thursday, February 9, 1978-The Michigan Daily
LOST-GOLD ID. BRACELET. Name is Carol.
Reward. If found, Call 764-2977. 90A210
LOST-One brown, white, and gray Icelandic
sweater, sometime during finals; sentimental value
attached-reward to finder. Call 769-2097. dA211
LOST-ONE PAIR OF GLASSES between Packard
Food Co-op and Campus Corners. Copper colored
with metal frames. Call David or Judy, 668-6273.
LOST-JAPANESE PAPER WALLET, Friday
night, Feb. 3 between Tappan-Hill-East U-Willard-
Forest and Village Corners. Contains checkbook,
driver's license, cards, prescriptions, etc. Please
call 662-3115 or return to address on back of license.
LOST-BEIGE SHEEPSKIN COAT at SDT party,
Feb. 4. Reward! No questions asked. Call Randy,
FOUND-SET OF KEYS on State near Monroe on
Monday, Feb. 6.668-6776. dA210
YOUNG, FURRY, multi-colored, female cat found
near Miller and Main Saturday night. Call 663-0758
LOST-Golden bracelet near MLB. Sentimental
value. Generous reward. 761-6925. 10A209
FOUND on North Campus-Large male collie mix
wita chnokniollar .6-O97 .1A09
for 3 or 4 persons
" Heat and water paid
" Laundry Rooms
+ Air Conditioning
" Full Security
Now Accepting Applications for
Fall 1978 Rental
* STAPLED BOOKLETS
" QUALITY BOND PAPER COPIES
2.75 a Copy
ANN ARBOR'S LOWEST COIiRSE-PACK PRICES
(Compare Albert's 5t/copy)
LOW COST COPYING
211-B S. State St. and 522 E. William St.
ROOM AVAIL. for 3-4 mos. Own room in house
of 3 near campus. Rent negot. 662-6378, ask for
Fu SALE-vaIentine special: Diamona weaing
set, $125, .15 carat in pretty rose petal setting. Call
662-3115 persistently or 1-878-6062 evenings after 6:30.
THE DAWN TREADER BOOK SHOP is now buy-
ing 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--
SKI EQUIP. Pair Rossignol 195 cm. Marker bind-
ings-San Marcco size 12 boots. Scott poles. Best
offer. After 4, 995-3938. 60B211
BLIZZARD OF '78, Survivor T-Shirt, $5.95 including
tax & shipping. Please state size. Make checks
payable to "Blizzard," Box 1978, Napoleon, Ohio
Unfurnished, 3-bedrooms, separate dining room,
modern appliances, full ceramic bath, large fenced
yard and garage. Fall '78 occupancy. For appoint-
ment call 668-6906 or 663-3641. cCtc
2, 3, 4, 5, & 6-BEDROOM, furnished houses. 1-year
lease, beginning May 1st. No pets. Call before 8
p.m., 769-3590. 50C209
SPACIOUS ROOMS for rent through April. Can be
single or double. Board plani available. Near cam-
pus, in frat. 994-4205. 23C209
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. 663-4101,
337 E. Huron St.
MASSAGE FOR MALES BY MASSEUR. Phone
Flint (313) 235-9081 for appointment. 54F209
"I AM NOT A MONKEY!"
-The Revolutionary Anti-Evolutionary Marxist
League. JOIN TODAY!
THE LATEST IN RK Products. U-M Stylists at the
Union. Open 8:30 a.m.-5:15 p.m., Mon.-Sat. cF210
DISSERTATION COPY SALE!
ALL COPIES 2/2
Accu-Copy, 524 E. William, 769-8338
INTERESTED in helping new foreign students at
UM? Apply to be a FALL ORIENTATION LEADER
in the Orientation Office, 2530 SAB, between 1/23
and 2/17. An affirmative action, non-discriminatory
DAILY reporter wishes to talk to people who are
taking or have taken psychotherapeutic drugs, i.e.
tranquilizers and antidepressants, who wish to share
their experiences on these drugs. All replies will
be kept strictly confidential. Reply to Daily Box 5.
TOOLE E. GAITES III,
What the Theto Xi's don't know won't hurt them!
-The Poodle Next Door dF211
GIVE YOUR SWEETHEART A GIFT she'll love-
an elegant box of delectable Russell Stover Candies
from the Village Apothecary, 1112 S. University
FREE THRILLERS, Poems, biographies, novels,
political chronicles, et cetera for the engaging
reviews you write about them for the DAILY'S
SUNDAY MAGAZINE. To publish, call Brian
Blanchard afternoons at 764-0552. dF216
PREGNANT?" Need help?
Call Problem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. Pregnancy
tests available. cFtc
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,
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
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
Will sing your message to anyone, anyplace, any-
time, anywhere, as long as it's happy. Call us, 668-
1978 Summer Study Abroad
Intensive language training: Elementary or inter-
mediate level. Earn 6-8 credits. Orientation meeting
5 p.m. 9 February, 1978 at MLB. Spanish: lecture
room 1. French: lecture room 2.
UM/Sarah Lawrence Programs
Florence, Italy: language, literature, history. Lon-
don, England: literature, politics, architecture. Con-
tact Hank Peiter, Office of Study Abroad, 764-4489.
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
SECOND CHANCE-Music and Meal Deal. Eat in
restaurant Sun.-Thurs. between 4 and 9 p.m. and
enter nightclub free. cFtc
XEROX AND OFFSET
FAST, LOW COST DUPLICATING
1217 S. University
MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR
(It's good for our business)
1209 S. University
I Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
" DISSERTA TIONS
USED DRUM SET for beginner. 434-0394.
WANTED .DESPERATELY-4 M-MSU basketball
tickets. Call Val, 1-273-0400. 00K210
FEMALE, non-smoker preferred, to share 2-bed-
room N. Campus apartment. $132.50. 662-0223.
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. 543U.
Ditvisin. $130/month. 663-3579, after 6 pin. 70U209
GOING TO A SPANISH speaking country? Learn
the language first. Professional intensive courses.
ONE, TWO, or THREE nonsmoking females to,
share beautiful spacious apt. for fall. 668-7386.
SPANISH-Professional instruction. Suited to your
needs. 994-5432. 14J212
Typing IBM Selectric, accurate, fast. Reasonable
rates, call Isabel, 973-9618 after 1:30 p.m. cJ416
TYPING-Professional/student rates. Fast, reliable
service. Ask for Barbara, 665-4286, 24 hours. cJtc
EDITORIAL & PUBLICATION SERV.
Editing. eWriting * Design * Translation
manuscripts, reports, articles
pick-up & delivery 668-8899
HOUSE WANTED Fall term, campus area. Mini-
mum, 5 bedrooms. Finder's fee. 994-0809, 764-8804.
T ICK ETS
NEEDED BADLY-2 tickets for the Mich./Mich. St.
game. Will pay reasonable rate. Call Lew, 663-
3965 anytime please. 41Q211
WANTED-2 tickets for Mich./Mich. St. game. Call
Larry at 662-2143. dQ210
WANTED-2 tickets for the UM-MSU basketball
game. Call 994-6150. 030211
PROFESSIONAL TYPING at student rates. Call
Candy, 663-3834. 67J219
WRITERS AIDE SERVICE-The Word Specialists.
Expert prof. assistants for theses, papers, etc. In
Humanities and Sciences. 761-8645; 557-2755; 855-
FOR YOUR PHOTOCOPIES-Try the Copy Corner
-Centicore, South University Bookstore's new,
high-quality, low-cost solution to the old photocopy
problem. Fast, friendly service from 8 a.m. to 10
p.m. 1229 South University in the University Towers.
A PROFESSIONAL TYPIST
IS YOUR BEST BET. Dissertations, manuscripts,
papers, etc. Reasonable/guaranteed/references.
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
HOME TYPING. Former executive secretary de-
sires to type papers at home. Have IBM Selectric 2
correcting typewriter with option of Pica or Elite
type. Call Susan, 995-7284. 17J2$2
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Drafting, Lettering
812 South State Street
11-6,7 days/week 994-3594
'70 PLYMOUTH. Dependable transportation. Heat,
AC, power steering. $200, negotiable. 665-0249.
'65 MERCURY, cheap, dependable. Transmission,
interior good. Body needs paint. $300-negotiable.
A - '77N21(1
OLD RE-ISSUE GIBSON GUITARS with customized
pick-ups now in stock. Apollo Music Center. 769-1400.
GIBSON LGO GUITAR, good condition. Call Dennis,
USED 100 WATT AMA with two 12 inch speakers,
good sound. Call Don, 761-9431. cXtc
FENDER Bandmaster amp head, $200. Apollo
Music Center, 323 S. Main, Ann Arbor. cXtc
USED LESLIE SPEAKERS. $150. Call Don, 761-
CO-OP LIVING '78-Applicatibns now taken for Fall.
Informational meeting Sunday, Feb. 12, 1:30, Mich-
igan Union, Anderson Room. Inter-Cooperative
Council, 4002 Michigan Union. 44C210
2 BEDROOM, six room furnished apartment plus
basement. $360/mo. including util. and parking.
Available now til September with fall option. 662-
ROOM FOR GRAD student. March-May, one block
from Business and Law schools, no cooking, $105/
mo. 663-2492. 37C209
.QUIET RESPONSIBLE PERSON wanted to share
3-bdrm. apartment with two grad students. Near
campus and hospital. Own room, grad preferred.
103/mo. 769-1218. 20C212
GET IN SHAPE
Beautiful and distinctive 1 & 2 bedroom apart-
ments located in quiet residential surroundings
withinjogging distance to campus.
" Well managed
* Heat & water paid
" Free Parking
Now leasing for Fall 78 -
MAY-AUGUST SUBLET, Central campus 3 bedroom
apt. 663-5927. 190212
Levi Straight Leg
Bell Bottom Jeans
On All JACKETS
(Excluding field jackets
and pea coats)
- UNIVERSITY TOWERS
5 Minutes to Class
*8 MO. FALL-WINTER LEASE
- HEATED SWIMMING POOL
* RECREATION ROOM
* STUDY LOUNGE
- FURNISHED APTS.
- RECREATION & PIANO ROOMS
- FREE WEEKLY HOUSEKEEPING
VISIT OR CALL 761-2680
At S. University at Forest
ROOMS AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY in nice
house close to campus. Call 662-2606 persistently.
MODERN ONE BEDROOM for sublease, Village
Green on N. Campus, available Feb. 25, $245/
month. 764-0459 days,'761-5839 evenings. 87C209
FURNISHED five-bedroom, bath-and-a half house
on campus. Fall occupancy. Parking. Campus
Management, Inc., 663-4101. cCtc
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
SIX WEEK OLD female shepard, very friendly,
free to a good home 994-5159. 16T029
PRIMAL TRAINING and/or supportive counseling
at the Personal Growth Center, 403 Miller, Ann
Arbor, MI 48103. (313) 971-0102, Est. 1972. cF416
Local van $10 load
CURRENT AND BACK issues of DAEDALUS are
part of our collection of scholarly journals. A
Periodical Retreat,316 S. State. 663-0215. pcF209
REDUCED RATES for billiards and bowling 10
a.m.-6 p.m. at the Union Feb. 8. cF209
DOCTOR DIAG is secretly in love with Tamara
Vansickle, Martha! 28F209
As Valentine's Day approaches near, Tell your
sweetie that (s he's 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. dF213
SECOND CHANCE-Music and Meal Deal. Eat in
restaurant Sun-Thurs between 4 and 9 p.m. and enter
night club free. cFtc
JEALOUSY IN MULTIPLE RELATIONSHIP
WORKSHOP for couples, individuals. February 17-
19. Bob and Margaret Blood, 769-0046. 22F216
SEPARATED/DIVORCED WORKSHOP for men,
women in transition. Feb. 10-12. Bob, Margaret
Blood, 769-0046. 10F210
PART LEASE dressage horse. Ride inside. Some
experience required. Lessons available. Ann Arbor
area. Ingrid, 764-4417 or 662-4378. 99F210
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 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
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). IdFtc
ROOM AND BOARD-Fraternity needs a boarder(s).
Two room suite-summer option. $175/month single
or $140/month double. 761-5227. 29E214
PEOPLE PLACES-Student Co-ops! Winter open-
ings. Share warmth, work, expenses, fun! Inter-
Cooperative Council, 4002 Michigan Union. 662-4414.
PROGRAMMiR-8O experience. Full or part
time. Pay commensurate with ability. Call Gliss at
CINEMATOGRAPHER with 16mm equipment to
work on feature film. Call Savage Cinema, 1-517-
TYPIST-RECEPTIONIST in office of growing
young company. Congenial, enthusiastic person.
Typing 55-65 wpm, accurate, 1 year commitment.
Contact Eclipse Inc., 761-1170. 51H215
WORK/STUDY STUDENT to work ten hours per
week at the Museum of Art. Clerical duties-light
typing required. Includes filing, setting up for exhi-
bitions, errands, etc. $3.50/hr. Job No. 0825. Call:
Forrest McGill, 763-1231. 66H212
WANTED-Resident Counselors for FRIENDS
INTERNATIONAL CO-OP to serve beginning sum-
mer 1978. Preference will be given to couples who
have had experience in group living and counseling
situations, who have some Quaker interests and
background and who have had relevant international
contacts. Interested married student couples with-
out children or pets should call 761-7435. 80H208
RELIABLE MARRIED COUPLE wanted to perform
part-time maintenance duties in exchange for living
quarters (2-bedroom apartment: heat, water fur-
nished). Phone for interview, 663-3394. 28H214
PART TIME JANITORIAL WORK early mforning
and/or weekends. Close to campus. Call 1-878-9991
eves. before 10 p.m. 31H214
THE BLUE FROGGE RESTAURANT AND
LOUNGE is nowtaking applications for waiters,
waitresses, cocktail waitresses and bartenders. No
experience necessary. We will train. Apply in person
between 2-8 p.m. 611 Church, Campus Arcade.
DISHWASHERS WANTED, Chi Psi Fraternity.
WANTED: . dishwasher-eats lunch and dinner.
Works dinner Monday-Saturday. 662-0385. Phi Sigma
Meijer Incorporated is seeking a reliable Phar-
macist to work part-time in a pharmacy at thV
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
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT at Iroquois Hotel, Mac-
kinac Island, Mich. Open early May to mid-October.
Send resume and dates available to winter office.
Sam M. McIntire, 801 Lake Shore Dr., No. 602,
Lake Park, FL 33403. 12H211
Keyboard player wanted for Stollman Brothers
Band. Experience a must. Call 544-2871. 04H214
FULL TIME position sough during U-M recess,
March 4-13. Call Ben, 764-5618. 750212
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7 Sealskin canoes
13 Indefinite futuref
16 Digestive enzyme
17 A religious
23 Apple of one's eye
27 Defeat or excel
28 Pram pushers
31 Recipe instruction
32 Ship's main
36 Chinese pagoda
37 Sharp shrill sound
40 Man's name
42 Large cask
43 - amis
45 Egyptian mythical
46 Hand tool
48 Nine, in Italy
50 Oriental dish
54 Actor Tamiroff
1578 LOS ANGELES TIMES
57 W. California city
62 School in Troy,
63 Old Roman coin
65 School book
68 Make fast, old
69 Elegantly clad
70 First word of
1 Missouri city
2 Indian tribe
4 Wynn and others
5 Complain violently
7 Small engine in a
8 Lowest throw at
9 Yang and-
11 Popular cookout
15 Annual as winds
18 Lost dog or cat
21 Test type
26 arms (soldier)
29 Hem's relative
33 Name of an Italian
35 Speak sharply
37 Proverbial back-
38 More shivery
39 Like sweet
45 Annoying one
47 Caveat (let
the buyer beware)
49 Kind of
52 Urgent request
61 Recent: Suffix
66 Al Jolson's first
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