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912 MAVERICK. $700 or best offer. Call 663-6024
IGIDAIRE portable dishwasher. White with wood
mica top. Works well. Call 995-5190 after 6.
OOD Bb CLARINET, $125. Czech made Tenor
xophone, $325. Call 434-9578. 45B1001
r2 MAVERICK. $700 or best offer. Call 663-6024
OR SALE-PRINCE tennis raquet ($40), Sheepskin
cket ($50). Call Alan, 665-3631. dB930
ANTIQUE FIRE ENGINE
152 Pirsch, excellent condition. Phone 994-0100 btw
and 5. 89B1001
AFAYETTE RECEIVER, 22 watts rms per chan-
ei; Garrard Model 62 turntable with .new Shure
artridge. $150 for both. Call Stu, 663-2583. dB1002
975 PINTO SEDAN. Great condition. $2,100 or best
fer. 663-1686: 94B1001
ALE OR FEMALE to share beautiful cooperative
ome. (inc. fireplace). With 4 other pleasant people
eginning Oct. 1. Call 995-4899 anytime or after 6
'URNISHED spacious 3-bedroom apartment (6
oms). Available now: year lease. No pets. $405.00
onthly includes utilities. 665-5747. 58C1002
iESTSIDE ONE BEIROOM. Porch and garage-
25. Steve, before 5:00, 662-2019; after 663-0892.
HY RENT when you can buy for less? Cozy, two
g bedrooms, private beach privileges, Whitmore
ake. $22,500, terms. Vintage Realty, 459-5290. Call
vis, 981-2402. 46C1001
ARKING AVAILABLE-Church St., one block from
impus. Call 995-6906. 38C1005
EAUTIFUL BEDROOM for female, $95 plus utili-'
es, Farmer's Market area. Share house, 3 males,
female, graduate students, cooperative eating.
EMALE ROOMMATE needed for Oct. 2, 1477. 1
edroom of a spacious 2 bedroom apt. Only 3 blocks.
oom Campus. Complete kitchen, full bath, redwood
indeck, semi-furnished and walking distance to
>wntown Ann Arbor. 995-7523. 84C930
URNISHED ROOMS for rent at 715 Hill St., fea-
ring Kosher restaurant, game room and Judiac
brary. Only 2 minutes from campus. Call 995-
BETA RHO MU is so good, you know! SSLAM.
FRIENDLY MALE, 23, seeking attractive, edu-
cated, cute, slim, new female friends. Write P.O. Box
1966, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48106. 70F1006
SPECIAL STUDENT VITAMIN formula, for you
who don't eat right. Available at the Village Apothe-
cary, 1112S. University Ave. % cF930
THE WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM NOBODY BE-
LIEVES! Good nutrition, no hunger pangs, no drugs,
drink milkshakes and eat regular foods, maintain
energy, no meetings to attend, no exercise, no
gimmicks, money-back guarantee, substantial
weight and inch loss, considerable savings on food
bills. No monthly dues. IT CAN HAPPEN TO YOU.
GARY and CHERI, phone (313) 971-3961, p.m.N
Roses are red
Violets are blue
If you don't stop and see us
We'll all hiss and boo!
20% off Lenox tapers through October 14. Little
Dipper Candles: 415 N. Fifth Ave. in Kerrytown
(adjacent to Farmer's Market). cF1007
JOBS ON SHIPS! American. Foreign. No experi-
ence required. Excellent pay. Worldwide travel.
Summer job or career. Send $3.00 for information.
SEAFAX, Dept. F-2, Box 2049, Port Angeles, Wash-
ington 98362. 62F1005
TIM-You're cranky when you're ill. Beware lousy
guys bearing germs.-J.C. dF930
WANTED-Good rock and roil/disco band for Hal-
loween bash. Alan or John, 663-9439. dF1023
INQUIRIES INVITED from fellow malcontents
(libertarian socialists, anarchists, council commu-
nists, indefinables) interested in furthering the revo-
lutionary project. Possible prey: elections, the
media (including this one), employers, righto-leftist
sects, unions, God and His underlings, the U, etc.
Any number can play. POB 7831, Ann Arbor, MI
CANDLELIGHT IS A DELIGHT
Little Dipper Candles: 415 N. Fifth Ave. in Kerry-
town (adjacent to Farmer's Market). cF930
MALE PROFESSIONAL STUDENT, late 20's, hand-
some, sensitive; diverse interests, athletic, desires,
meeting attractive female who "is mature, fun,.
feminine, and sensual. Student or non-student. Photo/
measurements appreciated. Replies confidential,
Daily Box 16. 65F1001
MEN AND THEIR BODIES GROUP
8 weeks-$80. Call Cam, 663-7061 or Brian, 663-
UM BOWLING TEAM for women and men. Quali-
fying round Sundy 10 a.m. Sign up now at Union
THIS WEEK'S WINE SPECIAL-Italian wines. The
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. University Ave. cF1001
DIAL ENERGY LINE NOW-663-5366-NOW MES-
SAGE "Timely Observations on Dr. Elisabeth Kub-
ler-Ross's book death-the final stage of growth'."
What can we believe about the universal pheno-
mena that is death and about our own,depth? Not a
morbid question but a realistic one that modern
men and women are facing with courage and hope.
Phone 603-536 for ENERGY LINE-A FAMILY
THAT CARES. cF930
CRESCENT MUSIC STUDIO
Instruction in guitars, bass, flute and sax, vocal,
drums, vibes, and piano. 662-7277. eFt-
NEW MESSAGES OF HOPE/COURAGE/LOVE/
HELP can be heard anytime, phone 663-5366. Energy
NOW OPEN at 10 a.m. Pinball, billiards, and bowl-
ing at the Union. Aren't you lucky! cF930
PREGNANT? Need Help?
Call Problem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. Pregnancy;
tests available. cFtc
VISIT ANN ARBOR'S only gem lab before you
spend your money needlessly. Fine quality diamonds,
and low prices on all engagement and wedding
rings. Austin Diamond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151.
JAZZ AT THE UNIVERSITY CLUB with the Force.
Vincent York featured also sax soloist with the Duke
Ellington orchestra. Ted Harley bass, Larry Man-
derville piano and Kenneth Bolds, former drum-
mer five years with Lionel Hampton Drums at the
University Club Cocktail Lounge each Friday and
Saturday evening, 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. throughout
the Fall. No cover charge, free trial membership
available from the hostess. ck'tc
WEEKEND GESTALT WORKSHOP
Oct. 7-9. Fee $35
For further information call. Michael Andes, 662-
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for Fall Art Fair, Sat.,
Oct. 1, before and after game. Call before 5 p.m.
today. Artists and Craftsmen Guild, 763-4430.81H1001
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS with experience or ser-
ious interest in public relations, communications,
etc. for a temporary employment conducting cus-
tomer surveys at a growing restaurant. Hours-
flexible. Pay $3.00/hr. plus mileage. Contact Ellen
Chordash at 963-1212. 64H1001
WAITRESSES-Experienced bar maid part-time
nights. The Main Event Discotheque, 10480 E. Grand
River, Brighton, Mich. Twenty minutes from Ann
Arbor. (313) 227-1444. 78H1014
PART-TIME FORTRAN Programmer to work on
astrophysics project. Work-study preferred, but not'
necessary. Good salary for experienced program-
mers. 764-5448. 13H930
HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS, ages 20-60, sought for
clinical research prbject. Reimbursement of $150
for 2 day participation. Involves admission to U of
M Hospital, Clinical Research Unit and giving
blood samples. Contact Dr. John Greden, 763-4382
(or 764-9140 if no answer). 58H1005
DON'T PANIC-WCBN-FM is no longer at 89.5 on
your dial. WCBN has moved to 88.3 FM and broad-
casts there in stereo 24 hours a day with Ann Arbor's
most creative programming mix: free form, jazz,
blues, rock and roll, rhythm and blues, reggae,
gospel, salsa, classical, bluegrass, news, special
historical programming and community affairs.
Plus there are NO COMMERCIALS. So check us out
at WCBN, 88.3 FM, right now! 80H1016
MAIN EVENT NIGHT CLUB needs wet T-shirt
participants. $10/hr. Prizes every Tuesday 11 p.m.
Men-wet shorts contest every Thursday at 11 p.m.
Register in advance. The Main Event Night Club,
10480 E. Grand River, ,Brighton, Mich. (313)-227-
Full-time days or part-time evenings. $3.00/hr. Apply
in person Mon.-Fri. 2 p.m.-6 p.m. Great Lakes
Steak Co., S. State at Ellsworth. 76H105
COMPANION NEEDED to live-in with senior citizen
in his country home. Good location for WCC stu-
dents and Eastern students. Couple or single person
desired. If interested call 971-6194. 37111004
GUARANTEED-#3.00 per hour, 6 people with ples-
ant telephone voices for temporary telephone inter-
view work from our office for 3 week advertising
promotion. $3.00/hr. guaranteed plus liberal bonus.
Hours 9-4 Mon.-Fri. Evening shift available 6-9. Call
Mr. Dooling, 769-2200 at Campus Inn, 615 E. Huron
for appointment. 36H930
SALES LADY NEEDED. Experience necessary,
reliable. Apply before 5 with resume. 323 S. Main,
Ann Arbor. cH1002
PART-TIME. FORTRAN Programmer to work on
astrophysics project. Work-study preferred, but not
necessary. Good salary for experienced program-
mers. 764-5448. 13H929
WORltK-STUDY JOB-Type/transcribe tapes of psy-
chology interviews. $4/hr., 20 hrs./wk. Flexible
hours. 665-0809, late aft. or eves. 67H930
EVENING CLEANING 2 or 3 hours per night.
Call 697-7818 between 8 and 5. 03H1004
HELP WANTED immediately-Day waiting, host-
ing, bussing personnel and cashier, other night and
day positions possible for experienced people. Apply
in person between 2 and 3 p.m., ask for Peter
DiLorenzi at The University Club.
Married couple to manage residential group home
for eight retarded adolescents. Program focuses on
homelike atmosphere, encouraging residence per-
sonal development only. One member of couple em-
ployed, freeing spouse to pursue other employment
or interests. Position includes salary plus room and
board and health care for couple and additibna
staff. Send resume to P.O. Box 1'105, Ann Arbor,
KELLY HOME CARE
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M/F
'70 MONTE CARLO, exc. cond., power, AC. 7$9-
'70 FORD Country Squire, runs well. 52,000 miles.
Best offer. 662-3898,764-4928. 72N1005
SAAB 96, 1970. Good running condition. Many new
rebuilt parts. 78,000 miles. Must sell. 761-8046~
FIAT 124, "75, sport coupe, khaki exterior, black
interior, 5-speed, AM-FM stereo, well kept, approx.
24,000 miles. Call days, 769-8838. 60N1002
'61 COMET-Good transportation, new tires. Offers?
'71 Chrysler Newport, auto. A/C, $800. 764-9260 or
OLDS, '72-4-door, air-all power. Exec's car. $69-
VOLVO 1967 p-180. Recent valve job, water pump,
brakes, shocks, generator. Best offer. 445-4956.
GOOD LOCAL transportation, $150. '68 Nova. Call
Nancy. Days, 1-568-0513. After 6,995-0228. 07N1002
1976 FURY SPORT 318, air condition, cruise control,
power steering, power brakes, automatic, light blue,
good gas mileage, excellent condition, 21,000 miles.
$3750. 485-8251, call repeatedly. 45N924
1217 S. University, 769-0560
DON'T PAY for a store's overhead via high mark-
up. For the area's lowest prices and finest qualities
possible on an engagement ring, shop Austin Dia-
mond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
VISIT ANN ARBOR'S ONLY GEM LAB BEFORE
YOU SPEND YOUR MONEY NEEDLESSLY. Fine
quality diamonds and 'low prices on all engagement
and wedding rings. Austin Diamond, 1209S. Univer-
sity, 663-7151. cFtc
ONE GAME FREE BOWLING with this ad at
Ypsi-Arbor Lanes. Pinball, pool and 'saloon too!
2985 Washtenaw-mile east of U.S. 23. cFtc
XEROX AND OFFSET
FAST, LOW COST DUPLICATING
1217 S. University 769-0560
VISIT ANN ARBOR'S only gem lab before yuou
spend your money needlessly. Fine quality diamonds
and low prices on all engagement and wedding
rings. Austin Diamond, 1209 S. University, 663-
HOUR PHONE NUMBERS TO HELP YOU IN-
,UDE 663-5386, Energy Line; 665-1212, Time; 434-
9, Weather; 7634300, UM news; 995-7272, Ann
bor events. cF1004
RKSHOP FOR SINGLES (5 men, 5 women).
actice initiating, deepening, renegotiating relay-
nships. Oct. 7-9. Bob and Margaret Blood, 769-
RECT PURCHASING, volume selling, and mar-
ial profits assure you that your diamond will be
investment at Austin Diamond, 1209 S. Univer-
y, 663-7151. cFtc
JYS& DOLLS-University Singles Club is here.
you like to party, have fun, and meet people like
urself, write us for all the free details. P.O. Box
69, Gainesville, Florida 32604. 07F1025
TYPING-Dissertations, theses, manuscripts.
ESelectric II, B.A. English Literature, experienced
professional typist. Rackham specifications. Rates
negotiable. 665-4524. 65J 1103
Great gift for someone special. All that's needed is
one good photo. Call Debbie, 995-2304, 6-10 p.m.
lish. Reasonable rates. Professional experience in
all area. Call 764-5026. 86J930
TYPING-Dissertations, theses, manuscripts. Se-
lectric II, B.A. English Literature, experienced pro-
fessional typist. Rackham specifications. Rates ne-
TYPING-Any kind of manuscript-any length. IBM
Selectric. Spelling aind grammar corrected. 663
RIDING LESSONS. Experienced qualified instruc-
tor-trainer. 434.2300. 52J1002
FRATERNITIES-SORORITIES - Plan your fall
formals and holiday parties now. Call 483-1771.
DISSERTATIONS, PAPERS, AND RESUMES
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Drafting, Lettering
11 a.m.-6 p.m. 812 South State Street
7 days/week 994-3594
WRITER'S AIDE, prose specialists. Professional
editing, writing, evaluations and publicity. 662-4816,
COLLEGIATE RESEARCH PAPERS. Thodsands
on file. All academic subjects. Send $1.00 for mail
order catalog. Box 25918-Z, Los Angeles, Calif.
90025.(213) 477-8474. 86J1203
TYPING-Professional/student rates. Fast, reliable
service. Ask for Barbara, 665-4286, 24 hours. cJtc
SWEDISH LANGUAGE LESSONS, $45-10 lessons.
Native speaker. 668-6511. 12J920
BOOK XMAS VACATIONS NOW! Student travel
desk, also student charters. Regency Travel. Campus
location-corner William and Maynard, 601 E. Wil-
liam, 665-6122. cPtc.
WANTED-Pair tickets for Mich.-OSU game, any
section. Call Laura, 971-1395, leave message. 75Q1006
PAIR OF Texas A&M and OSU tickets. Good seats.
Call 665-4132 or 665-2673. 79Q930
SOPHOMORE PRIORITY Texas A&M, Wisconsin,
and O.S.U. tickets for sale. Call Brian, 764-779.
I WILL PAY CASH for Ohio State tickets. Amount
depends on number and type of'tickets. Call Greg,
TEXAS A&M vs. Mich gan tickets. Call 764-8750.
WANTED-Texas A&M tickets. 663-7725. 73Q930
WANTED 4 tickets together for Texas A&M. Call
MICH.-OSU football tickets needed. Will pay $501
pair for any seats, $55/pair for good seats. (Will
pick up). 1-614-459-2309. 28QI05
LOWEST COPY PRICES
211S. State (near Olga's)
Copies, course packs, while you wait! 662-39
cFtc UNFULFILLED TALL, dark, and handsome mar-
ried male seeks correspondence with discreet fe-
males. All answered. Write P.O. Box 563, Ypsi, MI
STEVE'S LUNCH-Come for home cooking. Break;
fast 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.
DIRECT PURCHASING, volume selling, and mar-
ginal profits assure you that your diamond will be
an investment at Austin Diamond,.1209 5S. Univer-
sity, 663-7151. cFtc
WORK STUDY. MTS experience with social science
background and some statistics desirable. Call Ted
Fuller, 764-2554, M-,, 9-5. 61H1002
HELP WANTED-Part-time person with good tele-
phone voice, must for telephone survey. Call 994-
9070 between' land 4. 55H1002
WORK STUDY JOBS. Pleasant conditions
Secretarial, 50 wpm, 12 plus hrs. work. Call Diane,
Research reading in British newspaper and related
tasks. $3.50/hour, flexible schedule. Call Mr. Sch-
weitzer, CRSO, 764-7487. 54H1004
DAY CARE-Single man needs person for 4, 5 and
6 year old children. Afternoons 11:30-5:30 p.m. In
my home Mon.-Fri. $200 per month. Close to Central
campus. Call 761-8813, evenings. 31H1005
COOKS AND PREP Personnel needed. Apply in
person 112W. Washington. 18H1004
PART-TIME HELP NEEDED at Ann Arbor's lead-
ing men's store. Apply at Marty's, 310 S. State.
Interesting telephone work from our offices. $3.50
.per hour plus bonuses. Hours 9-2 or 4-9. CaUl995-
1474. 320 N. Main, Rm. 420, Merchant Sampler
BABYSITTER NEEDED. Transport youngster from
King School to my North Campus home. Mon.,
Wed., Thurs., Fri., 3:15-5:15. Own transportation
and references required. Call 665-3180, after 5.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN-FLINT
Responsible programming experience (PL/I,
FORTRAN, Assembler), knowledge of operating'
systems. Bachelor's degree is required, Master's
is preferred. Work with faculty, staff, and students.
Competitive salary, liberal fringe benefits including
five weeks paid vacation. Send resume to:
Dr. Samir Kamal, Director
The University of Michigan-Fling
Flint, MI 48503
An equal opportunity and affirmative action em-
EARN $200-250/wk-in full time delivery position,
part-time also available. Must have car and be 18.
Apply in person, Mr. Tony's, 1327 S. University.
COZY TWO BIG BEDROOMS-Private beach privi-
leges. $22,500. Terms. Open house 1-5 p.m. 348
Fairmount, Whitmore Lake, Saturday and Sunday.
Vintage Realty, 459-5290. Call Avis, 981-2402. 47R1001
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rated to -40 deg. F
Computer professionals are aware that
today's most advanced large-system
technology was developed by a company
that, not too long ago, was virtually
unknown. It was during late 1975-
when Amdahl delivered its first multi-
million-dollar 470V/6 system follow-
ing a 5-year, $50,000,000 effort-that
the company first attracted wide-
spread industry attention. Now, Amdahl
is the most talked about company in
the industry: a compact group of highly
talented high technologists producing
the world's highest performing general
purpose computers, the V/5, V/6 and
V/7. Over a quarter billion dollars
worth of Amdahl systems is now
working worldwide in every industry
sector using large-scale computers.
The original design team is still vir-
tually intact and working on future
systems. Although we are growing at
an extremely rapid pace, we are com-
mitted to retaining the same creative
environment that yielded the V/5, V/6
and V/7. We are still small by com-
puter industry comparisons. We are
still friendly. We still enjoy attacking
tasks because we think it's fun. And
we still reward personal efforts with
We think Amdahl is a great place
to work. There's still room on the
ground floor for you if you are about
to receive a BS or advanced degree
in electrical engineering or computer
sciences, and consider yourself a cut
above your classmates in competence,
enthusiasm and potential.
Amdahl Corporation, 1250 East
Arques Avenue, Sunnyvale, California
94086. We are, of course, an equal
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16 Latin exclama-
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20 Unheralded movie
23 Eaters' guides
26 German Christmas
37 El-, Ecuador
38 Old-time vehicles
42 - the Stilt
44 Baked dishes
45 Thin cookie
47 Fixed routes
49 Royal fortress
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28 Convex molding
32 Tyrolean song
36 Think (over)
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