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WOMEN'S EYEGLASSES left with our
ex-roommate, John Snyder. Call 995-
9741 and identify. dA913
LARGE BROWN DOG - Shepherd-Re-
triever, male, wearing red collar,, cloth
leash, no tags. Much missed by sad boy.
994-3109 67A915

OPEL GT r- Good value, mechanically
solid. $600 or best offer. Call John at
764-7410. 80B916
GIANT FLEA MARKET
Student-used furniture, ;desks, beds
couches, household goods, antiques,
collectibles and much miscellaneous.
Over 46,000 sq. ft. 214 E. Michigan at
Park, downtown Ypsilanti, 6 p.m.-10
p.m. Fri.; 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sat. and Sun.
74B925
'69 VW BUG - 84,000 miles, one owner,
snow tires, body good. Call 769-3751,
after 6 and weekends. 71B916
YARD SALE - Sept. 10, 9-5; Sept. 11,
9-3. Furniture, kitchen items, miscell-
aneous. 2726 Cranbrook. 94B911
ZOOM LENS. Pentax super takumar
F4.5, 70-150 millimeter, filter, cap, hood
and case. Like new, $200.668-8761.
93B915
WATER BED, complete. Includes
frame, queen-size mattress, heater, fit-
ted sheets and liner. Hardly used. $100.
662-4270. 92B913
MULTI-FAMILY yard sale near Ells-
worth Rd. and Platt. Williamsburg
parking lot No. 3085-3113, Sunday, Sept.
11th from 12-5.976-1643 or 971-1085.
45B911
ITALIAN VIOLIN made in 1740. $3,500.
For information, call NO 3-8392. 52B911
,FULL-SIZE MATTRESS and inner
spring, Beauty Rest, $75. Chest of
'drawers, $16. 761-2870. 97B913
OR SALE, Hoover portable
.washer with spin-dryer. Excellent con-,
:; ition. $150.769-7272. 95B913
HfANDSOME GOLD Chrysler Newport,
F71 4-dr., air, power, "400" 1972 engine.
-eall 764-9260, days; 663-7760, after 5.
24B912
FOUR-FAMILY yardsale. Car, refrig-
,gerator, arm chairs, bureau, kitchen
items, vacuum, sewing machine, much
,more. 1026 Church St., Saturday, Sep-
itmber 10 from 10-5. 23B911
COMPACT REFRIGERATOR-5 cu.
ft., Sears Coldspot, $75. 763-6964: 06B913
KAWASAKI 500 Mach I 1969 classic,
very good condition 994-605 1O81 O1

SPACE for one or two people in 2-bed-
room house on campus. Call 662-9596.
78C911
PRIVATE BEDROOMS in furnished
home with 1 baths, 2 blocks to Diag,
yard, storage garage, parking, laundry
facilities nearby, $140 to $175 per month
includes all utilities. 663-4101. cCtc
ROOMMATES - If you are seeking
roommates or your own private bed-
room, come to Campus Management,
Inc., 337 E. Huron at 11 a.m. or 3:30
p.m. Saturday, Sunday or Monday, or
call 665-0258. cCtc
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at 715
Hill St., featuring Kosher restaurant,
game room and Judaic library. Only 2
minutes from campus. Call 995-3276.'
cCtc,
NOW RENTING Fall1977
SANS SOUCI (across from U-M Stadi-
um FURNISHED, one and .two bed-
rooms, parking available. Buses to and
from campus every half hour. See
manager at apartment KI or call 994-
3955.
THOMPSON APARTMENTS
(at corner of William and Thompson .
Furnished efficiencies, one- and two-
bedroom apartments. See manager at
apartment 216 or call 665-2289. cCtc
$140 PER BEDROOM, 2 blocks to diag,
furnished 5-bedroom home with 11/2
baths, dining room, yard, parking, utili-
ties not included. 663-4101. cCtc
3-BEDROOM furnished home, great for
4 people, $130 per person, bath and-a-
half, dining room, study area, large
front porch. State St. and Hoover area.
No utilities included. 662-7787 cCtc

GRAD BRUNCH at Hillel, 1429 Hill, 11
a.m. $1.00 for lox and bagel. Speaker:
Dean Sussman of the Graduate School.
All welcome. cF9ll'
MEN AND THEIR BODIES GROUP
8 weeks-$80. Call Cam, 663-7061 or
Brian, 663-1095. 08F917,

PRIMAL at the Personal Growth Cen-
ter, 403 Miller, 971-0102. Established
since 1972. cF1211
VISIT ANN ARBOR'S ONLY GEM
LAB BEFORE YOU SPEND YOUR
MONEY NEEDLESSLY. Fine quality
diamonds and low prices on all en-
gagement and wedding rings., Austin
Diamond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151.
cFtc
DELI AT HILLEL each Sunday at 6
p.m. $1.00 per plate. This week: film,
"The Israelis." cF911
FOR A TREAT-NOT A TREATMENT
run, not walk, to the nearest Ma Bell's
and dial "ENERGY LINE"-(313) 663-
5366. That's right-663-5366! An elec-
trifying word on "with it," "being to-
gether" living from Pirsig's bestseller,
"ZEN & THE ART OF MOTORCYCLE
MAINTENANCE." Or, as Barry Ste-
vens has it, "Don't Push the River-
let all the happenings .. . happen!!"
Fresh dialogue conversation available
-yours for the dialing-MONDAY ...
WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY AFTER
MIDNIGHT-Call often/Call 'round
the clock/Call 24 hours/Call 7 days in
week-ENERGY LINE/(313) 663-5366.
cF911
"THE JEWISH STAR," the student
Jewish newspaper,'at UM' has first
meeting tonight, 7 p.m. at Hilel. New
staff needed. cF911
LOWEST COPY PRICES
IN THE MID-WEST!
Accu-Copy, 524 E. William, 769-8338
cFtc
U of M TAE KWON Club workouts
Mon., Wed., 6-8 p.m.; Fri., 3-5 p.m.;
Sat., 10-12 p.m. in CCRB martial arts
room. Come help plan the Fall demo.
Info, call "Joe," 665-8543; Bob, 973-
9839. 33F911
THIS WEEK'S WINE SPECIAL -
French wine Village Apothecary, 1112
S. Univ. Ave. cF916
NEW -- %c off all copies left overnight
(books too ! IMPRESS, 524 E. Wil-
liam, 665-4321. cFtc
ONE GAME FREE bowling with this
ad at Ypsi-Arbor Lanes. Pinball, pool
and saloon too! 2985 Washtenaw, 1
mile east of U.S. 23. cFtc
10c COKES are back! Visit the Wes-
ley Foundation's Pine Room, ground
floor, State & Huron streets, across
from Campus Inn. 96F915
XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
cFtc
PREGNANT? Need help?
'Call Problem 'regnaney Help, 769
7283. Pregfidrifljests available. cFt
MALE STUDENT, mid-20's, single,
friendly, nice looking, interesting per-
tonality, good sense of humor, wants
new female friends. Please reply to
The Michigan Daily, Box 17. 00F917
THE DIST'NCTION 'of being South U's
only drugstore belongs to the Village
Apothecary, 1112S. Univ. Ave. cFtc
LEARN THE FACTS before you buy
- there is more to a diamond than
meets the eye. Austin Diamond, 1209 S.
University, 663-7151. cFtc
DISSERTATION
SPECIAL
LOWEST PRICE
IN TOWN FOR
COLLATED COPIES
RACKHAM QUALITY
GUARANTEED
COPYQUICK
1217 S. University, 769-0560

BEDROOM HOUSE - Furnished, 2
aths. 425 Church. 761-0314. 59C911
REA OF EAST UNIVERSITY-4 man
urnished house with parking. $472.
hone 663-5930. 12C914

STUDENT to do cleaning and odd jobs
in faculty home. 662-9421: 16H913

HOTEL DESK CLERK
Part-time on campus
769-3010
82H911

ISRAELI FOLKDANCING begins todayk
at 1 p.m. at Hillel, and continues each
Sunday. Beginners and advanced, 25t.
1429 Hill. cF911
STEVE'S LUNCH - Come for home
cooking. Breakfast all day, great soups
and egg rolls. 3 egg omelets with fresh
vegetables and fresh bean sprouts
served all day. Sundays 10-8. 1313 South
University. cFtc
SINGLE KNIGHTS in shining armor:
Intriguing female A desires 30-45 year
old witty man. Harmonious, amicable,
athletic, mq1sicalh,1veĀ§ chilren, ank
mals, and gourmet ood ascinatin
fem Be .,desires 30-45. year olddmar ;
quick-witted, enjoys children and peo-
ple of all ages, even tempered,,sensi-
tive, affectionate, tall, tender-hearted,
appreciates music and art. Aquarian
professional woman C desires to meet a
28-35 year old professional gentleman
over 5'9" who is musical and athletic,
sensitive, eniovs animals, dancing, and
myrth making. Write Daily IBox No. 19.
05F924
MAY WE HELP you with your non-
prescription drug needs? Village
Apothecary, 1112S. Univ. Ave. cFtc
BOWLING LEAGUES now forming for
men, women, mixed leagues. Sign up
now. Union Lanes. Bowling 50t for
leagues, 65t regular rates. Open Mon.-
Fri., 10 a.m.; Sat. & Sun., 1p.m. cF915
REDUCED RATES for billiards up to 6
p.m. $1.15/hr. daily at the Union. cF913
U-M STYLIST at the Union. Open Mon.-
Sat., 8:30 a.m.-5:15 p.m., Chet, Dave
and Harold. cF913

WANTED - Reliable person to work
two or three days/wk. for small clean-
ing service, $3/hr. 769-3119, evenings.
81H913
MR. TONY'S now hiring full and part-
time help. Positions available are: Dri-
vers, must be 18 and have own car
counter help and pizza makers. Apply
in person, after 4 p.m., 327 S. Univer-
sity. 89H916
GAS PUMPER - Male or female, part-
time, $3/hr. Apply in person, 8-4, 300 N.
Main, Ann Arbor. 87H913
OCCASIONAL BABYSITTING 9 a.m.-
2 p.m. Two girls ages 7 and 5, Lawton
School. 769-7636 evenings. 10H914
HELP WANTED immediately - Day
waiting, hosting, bussing, personal, oth-
er night and day positions possible
for experienced people. Apply in per-
son between 2 and 3 p.m., ask for Peter
DiLorenzi at The University Club. cHtc
BABYSITTER - Full-time for 1-year-
old at our house. References. Not a
temporary job. Call 769-8021, before 10
p.m. 18H915
CHILD-CARE PERSON - Monday af-
ternoons, own transportation neces-
sary, references required. 971-3513, af-
ter 4 p.m. 91H911
THE BLUE FROGGE is now hiring
servers, cooks and dishwashers. Need
apply in person only, Mon.-Fri., 2-5
p.m., 611 Church 92H918
BABYSITTER - My home, Wines
School area, for boys, ages 7 and 9,
after school 3:30, must have car.
Mother works overtime hours. Call 995-
3840, after 6 p.m. 27H915
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY - Work
with physically disabled people. For de-
tails call, Center For Independant Liv-
ing, 971-0277, from 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
021919
HOUSE AND YARD WORK. Four
hours/week, $14 your schedule. 663-
6033. 98H911
HOUSEPAR NTS
Married couple to manage residential
group home for eight retarded adoles-
cents. Program focuses on homelike
atmosphere, encouraging residence
personal development only. One mem-
ber of couple employed, freeing spouse
to pursue other employment or inter-
ests. Position includes salary plus room
and board and 'healthqcare tfor couple
and additional staff. Sendkesum to
P.O:Box1105, AniArbor',MI'48106.
BABYSIT in student's North Campus
home Tues. and Thurs., 3:30-6:30 p.m.
Call 994-5508. 08H912
DISHWASHERS - Part-time. Apply in
person, Tues.-Sun., 5:30-9 p.m. at Raja
Rani, 1133 E. Huron, Ann Arbor. No
phone calls, please. 11H911
BABYSITTER -Three half days/
Wk., 12 month old, own transportation,
West side. 665-3424. 17H915
PROGRAMMERS
8080 or COBOL experience. Part-time
and full time positions open. Flexi-
ble hours. Variety of projects on small
computers. Contact Bob at 663-6533.
Great Lakes Software Systems Ltd.
381911
$4.35 PER HOUR
Models wanted, call 1-941-7897 for de-
tails, 5:30-9:30 p.m., 7 days. 35H921
PART-TIME SALESPEOPLE wanted.
Sales experience desired but not nec-
essary. This is a good opportunity for a
college student to get in on the ground
level of a major retail chain. Apply in
person at Radio Shack at the Briar-
wood Mall, Roger Fitz, manager.
53H911
WORK STUDY student needed to code
transcripts of jury deliberations. Ap-
prox. 10 hrs./wk. $3/hr. Call Jim Hol-
stein.764-747. i651

WANTED-On-campus parking for '77-
78. Call Joel, 994-3113. 51L914
GOOD MONEY for parking space on
Central Campus. 994-4427. 96L916
COMMUTING FEMALE student needs
room for 2-3 nights a week. No-lease
basis. Rate negotiable. 651-1520, ask for
"Susan." 00L912
URGENTLY NEED parking space.
near campus. Best offer. Call 434-3843,
persistently. 48L911
JAPANESE SURGEON, MALE, 35
years old, spending 3 months in phy-
siology dept. needs place to live start-
ing mid-September. Prefers to live with
roommates, English speaking. Contact
Prof. or Mrs. Tomozawa, 764-9469 or
971-5612. 30L914
U.S. MAILMAN and wife transfering to
this area need small, cozy house to rent
in clean, quiet surroundings. Ex-
cellent references. Please call 313-663-
6086. 34L929

SEASON TICKETS-4 together if pos-
sible. Near sections 26-29 around row
45, or anywhere else. Will pay top
dollar! ! Call collect 349-1865, Mike.
07K924
YOUR SENIOR PRIORITY football
coupon or tickets, $50. Call 668-6224,
persistently. 86K911
THREE TICKETS to the Texas A & M
game. 663-1195. 091911
DESPERATELY NEED staff parking
sticker. Price negotiable. Call Rick at
665-4831. nersistently. -25K915

69 '
good
8980.

'OYOTA Corona. Good mileage,
engine. Call before 10 p.m. 665-
95N914

HANDSOME gold Chrysler Newport,
'71, 4-door, air, power, "400" 1972 en-
gine. Call 764-9260 days, 663-7760 after
8 p.m. 14N914
1968 COUGAR XR-7. First $150 or best
offer. Call Steve, 668-7092. 70N911
'72 MONTEGO BROUGHAM MX -
Power and A/C, $1,100. 437-3166. 91N913
1972 DODGE VAN - Good mechani-
cally, 318, insulated, roof vent, best
fer61-M73eveungs owemkends-
'75 TOYOTA COROLLA - Full factory
equipment, best offer. 434-3843. 49N911
CHEAP WHEELS - 1963 Ford Fair-
lane, $55. Call 665-3158, evenings. 32N913
1972 VEGA HATCHBACK - 56,000
miles, very good condition, must sell,
best offer. Call 4-0169. y a 55N911
1971 OLDS DELTA 88, 4-door, vinyl
hardtop, all 4ower, fiew front tires,
reliable transmission. $950.663-5017.

A GREAT DEAL on an
looking and sounding guitar.
971-7524_

GUITARS Martin classical, Conn 12-
string, Yamaha FG 110. All with cases
and in excellent conditioq. Call 76-
4411. 15X918

BLACK FEMALE looking for room-
mate. Apt.- is unusually large, 2 bed-
rooms, near campus, rent is $170. Call
1-393-1440 and 1-964-5759 collect or 663-
8693. Grad or professional student pre-
ferred. 10Y913
MALE ROOMMATE to share i-be'd-
room apartment. Hospital, campus lo-
cation. Call 769-3639. 90Y915
ROOMMATE WANTED - Own room
in modern, 2-bedroom apartment. Pool,
parking. Prefer male grad student. 971-
8384, 764-3360. 85Y914
IK ES A ND SCOOTERS
HONDA, '71 SL350 - On and off the
road, 9,000 miles, good condition, $300.
Call 663-2256. 99Z916
HONDA 500-4, windjammer, saddWb-
' bags, Koni shocks, quartz light, drilled
disc, luggage rack, crash bar, burglar
alarm. 971-8384,764-3360. 66Z916
LADIES' 10-speed Raleigh, $75. Call
662-3537, evenings. 85Z911
1975 BMW R60 - Black w/Windjan-
mer, excellent condition. Best offer.
665-9281. 04ZMi2
1973 HONDA 350 - Black w/Windjam-
mer, excellent condition. Best offer.
665-9281. 04Z912
MAN'S STYLE 26" 3-speed Sears bike,
like new, $50. 995-4664, 763-5270. 16Z911
ANSWER W lEV!O. PUZZLE
A BN E E P A DA
U 1 T0 E P R S K
U DE RS C RE A SC
A G E U A A R G 0 S
F U L LE RS E A RT

excellent
Call Dan,
69X911

WOMEN: MAKE NEW FRIEND'S!
Student Co-ons. Meet suDDortive Deoni
Share work, savings, fun. Call/visit
Inter-Cooperative Council, 4002 Mich-
igan Union, 662-4414. 11E914
WOMEN: NEW to Ann Arbor/U. of M?
Meet friends. Share fun, work, savings.
Student Co-ops. Call/visit Inter Coop-
erative Council, 4002 Michigan Union,
662-4414. 29E911
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS -Eat
at Friends International Cooperative
meals, conversation, volleyball and
more. Primarily graduate students.
1414 Hill St., 761-'7435. 22E913

.YARD SALE - Antiques, furniture,
*ete. Sunday, 12-5 at 418 N. State St.
98W911
' JAZZ AT THE UNIVERSITY CLUB
4ith the FORCE. Vincent York fea-
tured alto sax soloist with the Duke
,,,llington orchestra,.Ted Harley bass,
,~arry Manderville piano and Kenneth
-Holdsformer drummer five years with
T~ional Hampton Drums at the Uni-
versity Club cocktail lounge each Fri-
day and Saturday evenings, 9:30 p.m.-
":30 a.m. throughout the Fall. No cover
charge, free trial membership avail-
able from the hostess. cTtc

GUITAR CLASSES - Private lessons,
Classical guitars, music. Guitar Gal-
lery, 236 Nichols Arcade, 662-5888.
12-STRING GUITAR, hard case. Like
new, $145.668-8396, eves. 84X913
GOOD USED STEREO components.
Two integrated AMPS, 2 pr. speakers,
2 turntables with cartridge. Some still
with warranty. Mike, 487-9469. 76X911

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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar

ACROSS
1 Jaeger gull
5 Acronym akin
to smog
10 - bien
14 Opinion
15 Masonic door
tender
16 Pueblo dweller
17 Cancel
18 Expels from:
Phrase
20 Appropriate
22 Apprehend
23. Orchestral
instruments
24 Plant part
25 Bussed
27 Rocket guns
31 Spark stream
32 Type of light
34 Nugatory
35 Far East land
37 Water birds
39 Russian

STUDENT JANITOR needed at Mich-
igan Daily. Approx. 2 hrs. daily, morn-
ings. See Mr. Gamm at The Daily,
420 Maynard. dH
COOK-Mature adult with quantity
cooking experience. Full or part time
afternoon shift, some weekends. Blue
Cross available. Pleasant working con-
ditions. Huron Valley Lodge. 04H918
DISHWASHER-PART-TIME-Perfect
for students, includes lunch. The Second
Chance Restaurant, apply in person
at 516 E. Liberty, 994-5360. 07H915
HELP WANTED-Student to do clean-
ing and odd jobs, 15 hours/wk. for
church/temple. 662-9421. 17H913
NEED FREE MEALS? Dinner and/or
lunch meal jobs now available at DU
house, 1331 Hill St. or call 761-5227.
19H914
SALES CLERKS
Stop & Go Foods now taking applica-
tions for full and part-time positions.
Need mature, responsible individuals.
Positions available all shifts. Good pay
and benefits. Apply in person at any
Stop & Go store or at district office,
3060 Packard Rd., 434-0327. 79H923
MEAL JOBS - Available for lunch and
dinner at CHI PSI Fraternity, 761-6281,
ask for Phil or Gerrnot. 72H914
LOOKING for EXPERIENCE

1977 LOS ANGELES TIMES
49 Bach, Beethoven
and Brahms
50 Succeeded
51 Lurch
54 Felt, in a way
56 Excessively
adorned
58 Do-nothing
60 Therefore: Fr.
61 Work incentive
62 Businessman's
Latin
63 Bide-
64 Surfeited
65 Alaska's former
Governor
DOWN
1 Texas school,
for short
2 One of 52
3 Mark, in a certain
way
4 Idolizes
5 Hedge: Colloq.
6 Bearings
7 Winglike parts
8 Letter
9 Substitute
10 South Carolina
Senator
11 Fixed course

12 Type of poem
13 Screen
19 Mountain:
Prefix
21 Gentle
24 More perceptive
25 Vegetables
26 Exacerbated
27 Game of chance
28 Sun Yat-sen's
party
29 Woody of film
fame
30 Part of the
language
33 Muse
36 Roman coin
38 Given support
42 Victuals
45 Choleric
46 Forty--
48 Player in hockey
50 Fowl
51 Musical finale
52 Admit frankly
53 Gallic name
54 Stage offering
55 Hebrew priest
57 Government
agcy.
59 Ginza money
n10 I,1 12 13

DEADBOLT LOCKS installed, lock
combinations changed. Area Lock-
smith Service, 482-1605. 21M914
NEED TO PASS FRENCH reading
exam for Grad school? Contact Larry
at 482-5042. Four years teaching exper-
ience at U. of M. 99M911
AYN RAND, Robert Nozick, Thomas
Szasz, Milton Friedman, Karl Hess,
Robert Heinlein, Murray Rothbard,
John Hospers, Nicholas VonHoffman,
F.A. Hayek, and Nathaniel Branden
are LIBERTARIANS. Join the fastest
growing political movement in the
world. Organizational meeting of the
Ann Arbor Libertarian League, Wed.,
Sept. 14th at 7:30 p.m. in conf. Rms. 4
and S of the Michigan League first floor.
Phone 665-4343. 75M913
LIKE LEARNING or improving your
Russian? Call 769-2784. 77M913
PARKING - Near Frieze building.
Call 668-7339, persistently. 87M913
ATTENTION: Science and engineering
students who are interested in national
security decision making. Political Sci-
ence 472 offers you an opportnipity to
study problems of war and peace using
mathematical models. e.g., Bayesian

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