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1: peace of mind and a friend by phoning
Line, 663-5366 or 665-6297. cA1027

APARTMENT TO SHARE, own bedroom. Close to
campus. Call 1-626-7976 after 3 p.m. 26C1022

ETTE RECEIVER, 22 watts rms per chan-
. Call Stu, 663-2583. cB1022

MORE TO OFFER WOMEN Student co-ops.
Friends, sharing, working togerher, saving. Calif
visit Inter-Cooperative Council. 4002 Michigan Un-
ion. 662-4414. 25E1023

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NT STEREO SYSTEM; like new. Rea-
I1 Linda, 994-3072. 95B1025
/E OFFICE CHAIR, beige color, excel-
on, $30. 995-0436. 97B1023

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BOOK XMAS VACATIONS NOW! Student travel
desk, also student charters. Regency Travel. Campus
location-corner William and Maynard, 601 E. Wil-
liam, 665-6122. ePte

ALE: NIKON FTN with 35 mm. f2 and
n. f2.8. Call Scott at 662:0669 after 5 p.m.
96B1023

3.15 6.30

MARANTZ-SUPERSCOPE, CD-302 stereo cassette
deck. Dolby, like new, $90. 729-8958, after 7 p.m.
85X102G
PIONEER SA600 Amp, TX 500A Tuner. Both $180.°
Jim, 994-9088, persistently. .89X1023
MARTIN ALTO SAX, very good condition. $225.
Call662-6947 any time. dx1022-
APOLLO MUSIC CENTER offers lessons in piano,
guitar, banjo, dulcimer, flute, sax, clarinet, drums.,
and percussion. Call for available times. Apollo'
Music Center-769-1400. eX103O.
ASSEMBLED Heathkit HW101 transceiver and ac-
cessories. Richard, 764-3354 or 668-6869. 52X1025
GRAD STUDENT would like toshare apartment.
Ask for Mirian, leave message, 851-1878, dY1027
SHARE BEDROOM in modern apt. right on campus.
662-0081. O1Y1021

.ATOR, 3 cubic ft., good condition, best,
9.. dB1023

-917

VING SALE, 1224 Olivia. Furniture, household
s, antiques, toys, clothing and much more..
rday and Sunday, Oct. 22-23, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
56B1023
COAT-Gray flannel, size 38, worn only twice,
ut in excellent shape. Call Kermit at 769-7824
een 4:30 and 7:00 p.m. only. $35. dB

MALE NEEDED to share modern two-bedroom
'tment near campus January-August, own room."
1297. 70C1022
MALE for double available. Stevens Co-op, 816
orest. $140 a month room and board. Close to
pus. Immediate occupancy. Call Bev, 761-1058.
dC1023
OM-$85, refrigerator, no lease,'Farmer's Mkt.
--'761-1734. 06C1025
[EDIATE OCCUPANCY, woman wanted, own
n in 4-bedroom house one block from Ugli,
a month including utilities, call after 5:30.
994-0467. 31C1022
ILABLE NOW 24 houri every day, friendship
:ounseling, free, phone 3-5366. cC1028
RTMENT FOR RENT. $100/month at the Uni-
ty T'° rs. 662-5228 or 427-7065, ask for Sue.
86C1027
BEDROOM APARTMENT-January-August.
evenings-weekends, 662-3625. 3602021
RTMENT-Furnished, convenient, campus, 3.'
"on, no pets, lease, references. 662-1912. 92C1026
BEDROOM furnished apartment available'
ediately between'campus and downtown. In-
335 E. Huron. Apt. No. 3, anytime between
. and 6p.m. or call663-4101. cCtc
DROOM furnished home, right on campus,
s roommates who prefer a cooperative living
tion, to share large room or take single room,
by 1334 N. University across from Stockwell or
e 662-2606. cCtc
RENT-Small room, share bath, kitchen with
congenial and studious men. Furnished-bed,
dresser, chair, misc. Second floor, west win-
Old Westside. 10 minutes campus. Free utilities,
month. Men only and no pets (sorry). Call{
565. A vailable October 1-2. 10C1027

HOLIDAY GIFT SHOPPONG -for the person who
has everything? Visit the museums shop at the ex-
hibit museum for unusual and exotic gifts from
around the world. Mon.-Fri. 10-4:30; Sat, and Sun.
1-5. Alexander Ruthven Natural Science Building;
N. University and Geddes. 08F1026
.playing drums. He sure could beat his stick
against that drumhead! Lonely me! He's home;
I'm in this vile place. If only we... dF1022
HI MA! (Better than Baggi, isn't it?) How are
you? How's Snapper? Love Joan. dF1022
WELCOME to the city of Ann Arbor and the
University of Michigan; Donna. Hope you have such
a good time that you won't get any homewouk
done for the next week because you'll be so tired.
Your loving sister, dF1022
ENERGY LINE helps anyone phoning 663-5366 with
personal problems, finding a part-time job, hous-
ing. Anytime, phone663-5366. cFtc
HOSPITALITY begins with something from our wine
cellar and liquor department. The Village Apothe-I
cary, 1112S. University Ave. cFtc
My SweetiePie:-
You conjugate more in my mind than French
verbs. I love you lots, and more each day. deb!
07F1022
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. cFtc
WISH TO BUY OR BORROW Man from Uncle
Mystery Magazines. Amy, 662-8126 eves, or Classi-
fieds, Mons. and Wed. days. dF1023
UNIQUE laser-engraved walnut desk accessories.
Little Dipper Candles-415 N. 5th Ave. in Kerrytown
(adjacent toFarmer's Market). cF1022
FEELING ISOLATED?.A free 7 session workshop
for students on skills in communication and the
initiation of relationships. The focus will be on.
helping you to better understand, develop comfort
with and skill in the process of building friendships
and other types of relationships. For further infor-
mation and to 'apply for the MAKING CONTACT
Workshop, come to Counseling Service, 3rd floor
Michigan Union or call774-8312. dF1023

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SERVICES FOR YOUTH BY TELEPHONE include
Energy Line 663-5366, Ozone House662-2222, Problem
Pregnancy Help 769-7283, Student Advocacy Center
995-0477. cF1026
PLAY PIANO day or night! Rent piano with ear-
phones. Lessons. 483-8646 before 1 p.m. 89F1025
SPECIAL STUDENT VITAMIN formula, for you
who don't eat right. Available at the Village Apothe-
cary, 1112 S. University Ave. cFtc
XEROX AND OFFSET
FAST, LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769.0560
PRIMAL at the Personal Growth Center, 403 Miller,
971-0102. Established since 1972. cF121l
ONGOING PERSONAL GROWTH GROUP with yoga
and meditation. Rosemary, 662-5395; or Richard,
995-0088. 89F1021

' KEYPUNCH
Part time evenings. If you have solid keypunch
experience and want to work with the leader in the
data processing field, we can offer you an excel-
lent starting salary and benefits.
With ADP you will have more than just a job, you
will be working with a great group of people in
pleasant surroundings in a convenient Ann Arbor
location.
Openings are available for Monday-Thursday eve-
nings. Please call Barbara Burns at 769-4848 for
appointment. Call between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. only.
AUTOMATIC DATA
PROCESSING
96H1022
SNACK BAR, part-time evenings, approximately
5-9 Mon.-Fri. Huron Valley Tennis Club. 662-5515.
30H 1023
WAITERS, WAITRESSES, BARTENDERS. Full or
part-time. Apply in person only, Mon.-Fri., 2-5
p.m., blue Frogge, 611 Church. 38H1023

'71 PINTO-Excellent engine, 27 miles city, 34 miles
highway, everything works, some rust. $375. Call
663-7055 anytime. 73N1023
MUST SELL 1970 Ford Country Squire Station
Wagon. Best offer. Call 662-3898 or 764-4928. 44N1025
1969 VeLKSWAGEN Camper, fully equipped. 663-
2227; 994-5890 evenings. . 46N1023
MUST SELL-1970%.2 MGB-New top, shocks, ex-
haust. Best offer. Ed, 663-4939, after 6. 65N1023

WANTED: 3-5 tickets for Ohio State game; all
in same section. Call Alan, 665-8944. No ripoffs,
please. dQ1024
SIX TICKETS NEEDED for OSU/MICH. game,
four must be together, willing to pay very well.
Call 662-1367. 64Q@1027
ONE SECTION 30 O.S.U. TICKET is burning a
hole in my pocket., Call Brian at 4-7979 to buy it.
dQ1023
AIKIDO, KENDO, JUDO, KARATE
JAPANESE MARTIAL ARTS DEMONSTRATION.
Some of the highest ranked people in all of North
America. Saturday, Oct. 22 at 7:00 p.m. at the
Sports Coliseum, corner of 5th Ave. and Hill. Tickets
$2.00. 84Q1022
FOUR MICHIGAN-OHIO STATE tickets needed.
Pairs/together. Mark, evenings 665-2664 or 994-
0394. . 72Q1023
MICH-OSU football tickets needed. Will pay top
dollar for seats. Will pick up. 1-614-459-2309. 10Q1023
MALE DESIRES part-time modeling for creative
female artists or photographers. Write Bob at Daily
Box 333. 6801025
MICH.-OSU football tickets needed. Will pay casi
and pick up. Call 425-7125 (collect). 93Q1021
DESPERATELY NEED 2 tickets to the Ohio State
game. Will negotiate price. (202)-546-7188, call collect.
33Q1023

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SUBLET, no lease, one bedroom, on campus, mod4
ern, with parking. Grad or worker preferred:
$200/month. Call761-6607. 99U1025

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LOWEST COPY PRICES
THE COPYMILL
211S. State (near Olga's)
Copies, course packs, while you wait! 662-3969
cFtc
ONGOING PERSONAL GROWTH GROUP with yoga
and meditation. Rosemary, 662-5395, or Richard,
995-0088. 89F1021

GIANT FLEA MARKET
(tloseout Special)

I

it-used desks, dressers, couches, chairs, rea-
e offers accepted. 214 E. Michigan at Park,
own Ypsilanti. 6 p.m-t0 p.m. Friday; 10 a.m.-
. Saturday and Sunday. Flea Market has
. 100 dealers of antiques, collectibles, new,
nd miscellaneous every weekend. 75W1023

24 HOUR PHONE NUMBERS TO HELP YOU
INCLUDE 663-5366, Energy Line; 665-1212, Time;
434-9400, Weather; 763-1300, U-M news; 995-7272,
Ann Arbor events, cFtc
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 at662-2222. cF 1211
EXPRESSING ANGER ASSERTIVELY-Workshop#
-$35. Begins October 25. Women's Crisis Center,
994-9100. 91F1023
HEALING CONFERENCE and workshop. Oakland
University, October 22 and 23. For reservations call
1-313-647-2375. 80F1023
WE HAVE IT all together. Pinball, billiards and
bowling at the Union. Open till 1 a.m. Fri. and Sat.
cF1022
SEPARATED/DIVORCED WORKSHOP for men,
women in transition. October 28-30. Bob, Margaret
Blood,f769-0046._- 54F1027
AIKIDO, KENDO, JUDO, KARATE
JAPANESE MARTIAL ARTS DEMONSTRATION.
Some of the highest ranked people in all of North
America. Saturday, Oct. 22 at 7:00 p.m. at the!
Sports Coliseum, corner of 5th Ave. and Hill. Tickets
$2.00. 83F1022
"THE V.A. PHILIPPINE NURSES WERE SCREW-
ED! YET THE FIGHT FOR REAL JUSTICE
GOES ON-WITH A LOT OF HELP FROM THEIR
FRIENDS!" The NOW Message on Energy ine-
yours for the dialing 663-5366. A 3 minute recorded
message of hope and encouragement available 24
hours a day. CALL NOW-ENERGY LINE-663-
5366. cF1023
DON'T GET MARRIED ..,
Until you ca1l973-9300.
cF1211
WE GIVE 15% DISCOUNT on contact lens prepara-
tions._Village Apothecary,1112 S. Univ. Ave. cFtc
LEARN THE FACTS before you buy,-there is more
to a diamond than meets they eye. Austin Diamond,
1209 S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
WE GIVE 15% DISCOUNT on all acne prepara-
tions. The .Village Apothecary, 1112 S. University
Ave. '- cFtc
EIGHT BALL Tournament Sat., Oct. 22, 1 p.m. at
the Union. eF1022
BANJO, DULCIMER, AND GUITAR lessons now
available with Betsy Beckerman through the Apollo
Music Center, 769-1400. eF1626
ONE OF THE MOST extraordinary revelations to
come out of World War II. "Did Six Million Really
Die?" 28 pages illustrated,. $1.00. Counteroint, 6
Garrison Drive, Spring Valley, N.Y. 10977. 60F1021
JAZZ GUITAR LESSONS with Hal Davis, 'r1-
9431. cF1025
LOWEST COPY PRICES
IN THE MID-WEST!
Accu-Copy, 524 E. William, 769-8338
RESERVE AN APPOINTMENT and learn the facts
about diamonds so your engagement ring purchase
will be worth your while and a unique experience.
Austin Diamond, 1209 S, University, 663-7151. cFtc
NEW MALE FACULTY, 35, seeks female friend
from age 20-50. Looks not as important as char-
acter and personality. Write Michigan Daily Box.
31. 25F1025
SENIOR POR TRAITS
The1978 MICHIGANENSIAN (U-M YEARBOOK)
is now taking senior and graduate portraits in our
offices at 420 Maynard, the Student Publications
Building (Next to S.A.B.) .

study abroad 1978
Academic Year 1977-78, 1978-79 or Summer 1978.
Accredited programs of study in Moscow, Lenin-
grad, Paris, Dijon, Nice, Salamanca, Geneva, Flor-
eince Perugia, Vienna, Copenhagen, Cuernavaca.
Alil languages on all levels, beginners to advanced
to graduate plus many subjects in English: studio
'ants, history, international studies, dance, cuisine,
theater,'filmmaking, special education.
For course catalogues and application forms contact:
CENTER FOR FOREIGN STUDY
216 S. State Street
(on Campus, next to Lane Hall)
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
313/662-5575

HELP IS AVAILABLE BY TELEPHONE 24 hours
every day on Energy Line 663-5366, help with emer-
gency housing or getting a part-time job, help with
any personal problem, dial 663-5366, with a pen in
your hand. cH1026
ARTS MODELS NEEDED. If interested, send a
resume and a photo to:
Timed Graphics of Plymouth
P.O. Box 12
Plymouth, MI 48170
35H1022
.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.
CLERICAL WORK, part-time 15/20 hours/week.
Pleasant work atmosphere in historic house approxi-
mately one mile from central campus. Send resume
to Box 23, Michigan Daily. 18H1022
WORK STUDY STUDENT needed to type tapes of
interviews in psychology project. Good typing skills,
common sense and a dramatic flair are necessary.
20 hr's./week, flexible hours. 763-0155, leave name
and number. I6H1022
SALES CLERKS-Stop and Go Foods now taking
applications for full and part-time positions. Need'
mature, responsible individuals for all shifts. Good
pay and benefits with opportunity for advancement.
Apply in person at any Stop and Go Store or at
district office, 3060 Packard Rd. Call 434-0326.
- 19H1030

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MARTIN SALE-Prices are going up Nov. 1 by
more than 10%. Come in and save more than the
increase. Call Don, Apollo Music Center, 769-1400.
cXI2103
FOR SALE-A new 12-chord auto harp and case.
Must sell. $85. Call Terry at 764-6330 weekdays, or
439-7434 evenings and weekends. 69X1023
ANS--ER TO PREV1OUS PUZZLE
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PREGNANT? Need Help?
Call Problem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. Pregnancy,
tests available. cFtc
JAZZ AT THE UNIVERSITY CLUB wiun te 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 covern charge, free trial membership
available from the hostess. cr tc
E
HELP Ypsilanti mental hospital patients by talk-
ing with them an hour a week. Volunteer by
phoning663-5434 or 663-g366. cH1026
WORK STUDY position available t Museum of Art.
10 hours per week. Pay-approximately $3.20 per
hour. Errands, light typing, filing, setting up for
Museum events. Call Forrest McGill at 763-1231.
Job No. 0825. 90H1026
PART TIME sales position, own hours. $500/se-
mester. 80 hours work. 973-0466. 93H1029
PERSON TO WORK 6-8 hrs/wk. on maintenance
projects and odd jobs. $4.00/hr. 769-3175. 98H1027
PART TIME dishwashing help. Apply in person at
RajaRani, 1133E. Huron, Tue.-Sun. 6-8p.m. 05H1026
PART TIME RESEARCH ASSISTANTS needed for
Household Management Studies Group (see back.
page of Friday, Oct. 21 Michigan Daily). Minimum
wage guaranteed plus bonuses. Prefer students with
typing ability and automobile (work related mile-
age. reimbursed. .15 mile). Call Richard Fogarty,
971-3289 MondayiThursday evenings between 7 and
11P.M. 78H1029
LOOKING FOR SEAMSTRESS to remake long
velvet dress into long skirt, skill needed. Call Rush
Anne after 5p.m.,995-5191. 87H1022
SALES HELP NEEDED immediately for retail
store. Call Mr. Ford or Mr. Piku, 769-1400, Apollo
Music Center. dHlO3
POST'DOCTORAL .POSITION available immediately
on the mode of interaction of liposomes with cells.
Please contact Dr. Richard Rader, Department of
Immunology and Microbiology, Wayne State Medical
School, Detroit, MI 48201 or 577-1227. We are an
equal opportunity employer. 60H1027
DISHWASHER-Part-time, perfect hours for stu-
dents. Includes lunch. Apply irt person at Second
Chance Restaurant, 994-5360. 74H1023
RESEARCH ASSISTANT wanted to participate in
research using lipid vesicles to deliver anti-tumor
agents into cells. Please contact Dr. Richard Rader,
Department of Immunology and Microbiology,
Wayne State Medical School, Detroit, MI 48201 or
577-1227. We are an equal opportunity employer.
61H1027

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NURSES AIDS/ORDERLIES
FULL-PART-TIME
CALL
KELLY HOME CARE
973-9010
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M/F
cHtc

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Dim effect
Nonstop talker
Army man: Abbr
Rocky, for one
Insurgent'
She: Fr.
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@ 1977 LOS ANGELES TIMES
49 Side of a coin
having the mainr
design.
52 Come-on men
56 Conjunctions
57 Perfect
58 The Darlings'
dog
59 It is so
60 Word with nine or

21 Ahead by as many
holes as remain to
be played: Golf
22 Inter
23 Concede
24 Silk fabric
25 The circle
26 Sounds of con-

# I

TYPING: Any kind of manuscript, IBM Selectric
typewriter. 663-5979. OOJ 1026
TYPING-accurate! 70t/pg. Call Dave: 663-4640,
5-6 p.m. preferred. 57J1109
NEW SPEED READING COURSE is now available
on cassette tape. Hour long instruction equips reader
with skills necessary to triple his reading speed in
one evening. Subsequently, the reader can continue,
to double and triple his reading speed as he prac-
tices-a definite scholastic advantage to average
readers. Booklet with explanations and practice
sets included. Send $19.95 to:
Univeral Speed Reading
97 Virginia Park
Detroit, MI 48202 55J1026
WRITER'S AIDE, prose specialists. Professional
editing, writing, evaluations and publicity. 662-4816,
557-2755. cJtc
COLLEGIATE RESEARCH PAPERS. Thousands
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
TYPING-Dissertations, theses, manuscripts..
Selectric II, B.A. English Literature, experienced,
professional typist. Rackham specifications. Rates
negotiable. 665-4524. 65J 1103
THE SECRETARIAT
DISSERTATIONS, PAPERS, AND RESUMES
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Drafting, Lettering
11 a.m.-6 p.m. 812 SouthState Street
7 days/week 994-3594
cJtc

ina way:
Phrase
18 Spanish noble
19 Vault
20 Senorita's name
,21 Boy meets girl
23 Musical key
26 Most
courteous
30 Accomplished
31 Collector's
item
32 Farrah's fellow
33 Old-fashioned
admonition:
Phrase
37 Anger
38 Vestibule
39 Devilry
40 Features of some
houses
42 Ivanhoe's bride
44 Employer
45 Opera role
46 " Care"
I 23 4
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15 16
18

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61 Upright

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28
29
31
34
35
36

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1 Relative: Abbr.
2 Far-reaching
3 Adjective suffix
4 Got back
5 Czechoslovakian
hero
6 Orchestral instru-
ment

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11
13
14
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Ump's relative
Pixie
Move, in a game
Comedian
Wilson
Coin
Cowboy
Plumed bird
Domini
Movie director's
command

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tentment
Lycee student
Finch
Inventor Nikola
More attractive
Leaveners
Formerly
Address for a
Garden State
resident
Ancient writings
Competitor
Breslau's river
Ancient titles
Britisher's exclam-
ation
Feast
"What's the - "
British name in the
news
Pail: Fr.
Sea birds
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