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WILL TRADE SMALL apartment for own room in
co-op of house with family atmosphere. Pay $105.00/
month. Am senior, Creative writing/Art majors;
'fluent German; male. 769-2473-evenings, late.
45CIO28
BATES LEASE for Winter Term. Female. 763-
3942. Call after top. m, 33CII01
GOOD-SIZED FURNISHED ROOM in house. Excel-
lent campus location. Call 668-8252 after 10 p.m.
21CIO29
APARTMENT FOR RENT. $100/month at the Uni-
versity Towers. 427-7065, ask for Sue. 86C1027
AVAILABLE NOW 24 hours every day, friendship
and counseling, free, phone 663-5366. cC1028
APARTMENT-Furnished, convenient, campus, 3-
bedroom, no pets, lease, references. 662-1912.92CI026
ONE BEDROOM furnished apartment available
immediately between campus and downtown. In-
quire 335 E. Huron. Apt. No. 3; anytime between
9 a.m. and 6 p.m. or call 663-4101. ectc
f 5 BEDROOM furnished home, right on campus,
needs roommates who prefer a cooperative living
situation, to share large room or take single room,
stop by 1334 N. University across from Stockwell or
phone 662-2606. t cctc
ROOM AND " r
UNIQUE HOUSING FOR WOMEN-Student co-ops.
Meet friends. Share work, savings, fun. Call/visit
Inter-Cooperative Council, 4002 Michigan Union.
662-4414. 26E1030

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BUSBOYS NEEDED for University sorority. Apply
in person after 6 p.m., 1322 Hill St. 17H1030
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.
61 H 1027
SALES HELP NEEDED immediately for retail
store. Call Mr. Ford or Mr. Piku, 769-1400, Apollo
Music Center. dH1103
POSTDOCTORAL 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. 60H10h7
OVERSEAS JOBS-Summer/Year-round. Europe,
S. America, Australia, Asia, etc. All fields, $500-
$1200 monthly. Expenses paid, sightseeing. Free
inform. Write: International Job Center, Dept. 13,
Box 4490, Berkeley, CA 94704. 40H1115
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.

ANY PERSON WHO FEELS THAT "LOOKING
FOR'MR. GOODBAR" IS AN .INSULT, PLEASE
CALL ANN ARBOR N.O.W., 995-5494, Mon.-Fri.
43M1104
ATTENTION BORED HOUSEWIVES
Are you stuck at home with no way to express
yourself? Do you want to get back into the business
world? Do you like people? Are you self-motivated?
Then consider this golden opportunity with the
largest 14-k. gold jewelry manufacturer in the
country. We are offering a sales/service position
with salary and commission.' Car and some travel
necessary.
IMMEDIATE OPENING. If you can fill this bill,
send your resume to:
Miss Patricia Izzi
45 Urban Avenue
North Providence, Rhode Island 02904
15M 1030
ENERGY LINE offers free help with personal prob-
lems, housing, finding a.. part-time job. Phone any-
ti mP Afi.qs'1fifi eM 1104

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DODGE DART SWINGER '73 automatic, air, power,
AM-FM tape, vinyl tap, 46,000 miles. Rear de-
froster. new tires, snows, chains. Clean. Call 995-
3001. 25N1102
AMC REBEL, 1968. 4-door, 6 auto., great transpor-
tation. Includes snows on rims. $300. Call 971-2684,
persistently. 27N 1030
VW BUS, 1971. Rebuilt engine, Michelin radials,
goad condition. $1250. 995-0596. 26N 1030

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LOST-CALCULATOR, HP-25; named Hal 25, on
Monday. 663-6247, Martin. 44A1029
LOST-GOLD HOOP EARRING & KEYS near Diag.
" !WS-69n. 3BA1029
BORDER COLLIE LOST 10/7. Black/white. "Cindy."
= "Broken toe left foot. Needs heartworm medication.
Reward. Ph. 769-2232. 42A1102
;..°FOUND-Vicinity of 4th and Liberty-Pair of
:,,;woman's' glasses in case. Call 663-5110, dA1029
FOUND-Small male black cat with white stomach
and paws, in State St. and Monroe area. Call 995-
Ai4. dA1029
iLOST-WOODEN foot charm with "Love" on it.
onna,662-8126 dA1028
GIRL'S WATCH on Observatory. Call to identify,
763-9938. R dA1028
FOUND: peace of mind and a friend by phoning
Energy Line, 663-5366 or 665-6$97, cA1027
FOR SALE
+NGAGEMENTffWedding ring set: 1/3 karat. Yellow
gold. $350. Like Kew. 769-3085. 47131101
1974 HONDA 360-CB, $500. Phone 994-0813. 22BI027
- ..-.._._ ...
FOR SALE-Darkroom equipment, includes trays,
paper cabinet, enlarger, etc. In good condition. $70.
' Call between noon and 3:30 p.m. weekdays 994-0149.
82B1030
SPEAKERS, Pioneer 3-way, excellent sound. $120/
pair. Scott, 769-0979. 32B1028
DORM DWELLERSItake noig S aG1% rtable elec-
tric oven for sale. Perfect fc bgk#igitlose special
brownies.'666-8767. ' ° yA 23B1031
NARRYtARMY
SURPLUS
HERMAN
Survivor Boots
No. 7194, 7197, 2197
01 *j
reg. 6298
.
SALE $5498
" All Sweaters
15% OFF reg. price
W, Twin Peaks Polarguard
Sleeping Bag
No. 600-4
"R 3 lbs. fill-fits to 63"
$6298
No. 600-2
2lbs. 2 aa. fill fits to T6"
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$529°
.'^ SCHOTT BROS. I
Down Jacket
witfOOD
No. D-27 reg. 4998
SALE $4298
.. COLUMBIA
Fiber Fill 11 Jacket
4,No. 1631 reg. 4698
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SALE $4096
tt
Levi Bells,
Straightlegs,
and
-Corduroy Bells
SALE 1 29$

NEED MONEY? Be self en6ployed and earn more.
For complete information on starting 22 businesses
which require little or no investment and which can
easily be run from a dorm room or apartment,
send $4.00 to Skoko, Box 20855, Houston, Texas
77025. 48F1028
GAY CENTER CLOSING!
Up to you.
Gay Community Services Center
612 S. Forest, B-665-8838
Open Daily 7-11 p.m. Make monthly pledge check to
GCS: SAVE THE CENTER, P.O. Box 7407, Ann
Arbor, MI 48107. 35F1030
HAD YOUR VITAMIN C today? Special vitamin
sale this week at the Village Apothecary, 1112 S.
University Ave. cF1027
OUTFIT YOUR PUMPKIN with a candle from Little
Dipper Candles-415 N. 5th Ave. in Kerrytown
(adjacent to Farmer's Market). cF1027
HEY DEBBIE!
Let's go trick-or-treating as woodheads! What
would be more natural?
Woodhead dF1027
BETTY WEPT, disillusioned and lonely, in front
of the UGLI. Dr. Diag told her she was condemned.
She stamped her foot down and decided . . .
dF1027
DIRECT PURCHASING, VOLUME SELLING, AND
MARGINAL' PROFITS ASSURE YOU THAT YOUR
DIAMOND WILL BE AN INVESTMENT AT Austin
Diamond, 1209 S. University. 663-7151, cFtc
SAVE THE «CENTER-Help keep GAY Center
open. Attend Meeting Monday 7:30 p.m., 612 S.
Forest, B. 665-8838. 24 HR. GAY HOTLINE: 662-
1977. 36F1030
THIS WEEK'S WINE SPECIAL-German wines.
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. University Ave. cF1027
PLf.1TCH LIVES
for 20 years
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, JOEL! !
dF 1027
THE MIGHTY residents of Taylor House hereby
challenge the wimps of Gomberg to a Tug-of-War
Saturday, October 29, 9:00 a.m. at Island Park.
We' have defeated, devastated and humiliated you
in the past and will certainly do it again if you
have the guts to accept our challenge. 31F1027
PHI BETA SIGMA, FRATERNITY, INC. invites you
to our homecoming affair Friday, October 28, 4-8
p.m. at the William Monroe Trotter House. All
Brothers and Sisters are invited. Come and bring a
friend. Free. dF1028
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 call 764-8312. dF1027
PROFESSIONAL' D.J. Disco Service. Having a
Party? Call Calvin Lynch, 764-0786 or James Gibson,
763-4692. We guarantee you a party. Rates are
very reasonable. Another Dr. J and Att. Lynch
Production. dF1028
LOWEST COPY PRICES
IN THE MID-WEST!
Accu-Copy, 514 E. William, 769-8338

FOREIGN LANGUAGE PERIODICALS
Our selection includes German, French, Spanish,
Italian, and Arabic titles. A Periodical Retreat,
316 S. State. 663-0215. cF1113
"TH DEATH OF PSYCHIATRY, BY DR. E.
FULLER TORREY-COMMENTS PRO AND CON!"
Dial 663-5366 for this NOW message on "Energy
Line-A Family That Cares." Words of hope and
encouragement in troubled times. Call 'round the
clock. cF1028
SECOND SERVE
Second to none in $-Sport clothes
406 E. Liberty
cFtc
SPECIAL STUDENT VITAMIN formula, for you
who don't eat right. Available at the Village Apothe-
cary,1112 S. University Ave, cFtc
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
LOWEST COPY PRICES
_ THE COPYMILL
211 S. State (near Ofga's)
Copies, course packs, while you wait! 662-3969
cFtc
PREGNANT? Need Help?
Call Problem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. Pregnancy,
tests available. cFtc
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 Bplds, former drum-
mer five years with Lionel Hampton Drums at the
University Club Cocktail Lounge each Friday and
Saturdgy evening, 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. throughout
the Fall. No cover charge, free trial membership
available from the hostess, clftc
XEROX AND OFFSET
FAST, LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPY QUICK
1217 S. Univ- risity 769.0560
ENERGY LINE helps anyone phoning 663-5366 with
personal problems, finding a part-time job, hous-
ing. Anytime, phone 663-5366. cFtc
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
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, cF1211
SEPARATED/DIVORCED WORKSHOP for men,
women in transition. October 28-30. Bob, Margaret
Blood, 769-0046. 54F1027
DON'T GET MARRIED ...
Until you call 973-9300.
cF1211
WE GIVE 15% DISCOUNT on contact lens prepara-
tions. Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Univ. Ave. eFtc
LEARN THE FACTS before you buy-there is more
to a diamond than meets they eye. Austin Diamond,
1209 S. University, 663-7151. eFtc
WE GIVE 15% DISCOUNT on all acne prepara-
tions. The Village.,Apothecary, 1112 S. University
Ave. cFte

SENIOR PORTRAITS
The1978 MICHIGANENSIAN (U-M YEARBOOK)
is now taking senior and graduate portraits in our
offices at 420 Maynard, the Student Publications
Building (Next toS.A.B.).,
Appointments are available by coming to our office
weekdays from 9 a.m.-6 p.m, or calling 764-0561
from9a.m.-9p.m.
Spaces are very limited, so please make your
appointment TODAY! There is a $2.00 fee which
must be paid at the time of your sitting.
Yearbooks will also be on sale at this time for
only $10.00. This is a $2.00 savings over the spring
price. dF1028i
CRESCENT MUSIC STUDIO
Instruction iR guitars, bass, flute and sax, vocal,
drums, vibes, and piano. 662-7277, eFte
HELP WANTED
HELP!! Dependable, truatworthy, individual
needed to clean house for overworked single male
on a bi-weekly basis. Hours and wages negotiable.
Call 973-0971. Persistently. 4OH1029
WORK STUDY POSITION at the Museum of Art
as assistant Museum technician. 8-10 hours per
week, Experience in Museum technical work, and in
hanging, packing, and crating art objects needed.
Hourly rate approximately $3.75. Job No. 0826.
Please call 7644395; ask for Mr. Holmes. 37H1030
FARRELL'S
ICE CREAM PARLOR/RESTAURANT
BRIARWOOD MALI.
Positions Available:
Host
Hostess
Waiter/Waitress
Fountain
Kitchen
Busperson
Cashier
Bookkeeping
Full or part time, days or evenings
Apply in person, 2-5 p.m., M-F
Equal Opportunity Employer
46H1101
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY WORK STUDY JOB.
Transcription of taped interviews. Seven hours plus
per week (optional). $3.50/hour. Job No. 866, Work
Study Office, S.A.B., or call P. Condon, 769.1658
nights, or 764-6443 weekdays. 3OH1102
WANTED-Cashier full or part-time 2 p.m.-11:30
p.m. weekdays plus weekends. Apply 6 a.m,-3 p.m.
at Main & Depot Speedway. An Equal Opportunity
Employer. 24H1116
' WANTED-Auto harp lessons. Call 994.8471. 34HI029
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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED-Children's health fair.
Advocacy training. November 12-13. Ypsilanti trans-
portation provided. Call 761-6731, 973-2944, 662-1546.
13H 1105
NURSES AIDS/ORDERLIES
FULL-PART-TIME
l CALL
KELLY HOME FARE
973-9010
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER MIF
cHtc
MECHANICALLY, preventive maintenance oriented
person to help oversee H.V.A.C. at 2 large office
'bldgs. Part-time flexible hours. Pay equal to talent.
Phone Peter at 995-5221. 28H t 105
SALES CLERK-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 advance-
ment. Apply in person at'any Stop and Go store
or District Office, 3060 Packard Rd., or call 434-
0327. 29H 1109
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 mileage
reimbursed .15/mile). Call Richard Fogarty, 971-
3289 Monday-Thursday evenings between 7 and 11
P.m. 78HI027
RN's
The Veteran's Administration Hospital, Ann Arbor,
MI has positions for Registered Nurses in Med-
Surgery, ICU, and Psychiatry. These are permanent
positions with full Civil Service benefits. Starting
salary is $11,471 to $18,258. 10% shift differential is
paid for afternoon and midnight shifts.
For an interview, contact Mrs. Diana Quinn,
-313-769-7100, ext. 231, Veteran's Administration Hos-
pital, 2215 Fuller Rd., Anh Arbor, MI 48105.
An Equal Opportunity Employer -
04HIllo
PART TIME sales position, own hours. $500/se-
mester. 80 hours work. 973-0466. 93HI029
PERSON TO WORK 6-8 hrs/wk. on maintenance
projects and odd jobs. $4.00/hr. 769-3175. 98H1027
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
DRAT O R G A N A R A
A U R A F E R R Y N E B O
In n t I NI

_RELP WANTED immediately-Day waiting, host-
ing, bussing personnel and cashier, other night and
day positions possible for Qxperienced people. Apply
in person between 2 and 3 p.m., ask for Peter
DiLorenzi at The Universitv Club.

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TYPING-Dissertations, theses, manuscripts.
Selectric II, B.A. English Literature, experienced,
professional typist. Rackham specifications. Rates
negotiable. 665-4524. 65J1103
PROFESSIONAL D.J. Disco Service. Having a
party? Cali Calvin Lynch, 764-0786 or James Gibson,
763-4692. We guarantee you a party. Rates are very
reasonable. Another Dr. J and Att. Lynch Pro-
duction. dJ10?8
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.. cJte
THE SECRETARIAT
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
cite
WRITER'S AIDE, prose specialists. Professional
editing; writing; tutorials and thesis direction. 662-
4816,557-2755. cJtc
TYPING-accurate! 70Q/pg. Cali Dave: 663-4640,
5-6 p.m. preferred. 57J1109

NEPAL
SPRING '78
Kathmandu, Mt. Everest, Rhododendrons, Tigers,
Rhinos, Yetis. Journey to Nepal, 995-4617. ePtc
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
TICKETS
MICH.-OSU TICKET for sale, sec. 25; Lisa, 662-
8126. dQ1029
TRADE 2 AMERICA TICKETS, main floor, 7th
row from stage for 2 OSU tickets. Call 667-6384
after 6 p.m. 39Q1030
EIGHT (plus) OSU-MICH. tickets. Junior priority.
662-5975, 668-0561. FOR SALE.- 14Q1030
WANTED: 3-5 tickets for Ohio State game: all
in same section. Call Alan, 665-8944. No ripoffs,
please. dQ1024
MICH.-OSU football tickets needed. Will pay cash
and pick up. Call 425-7125 (collect). 93Q1021

POSITION WANTED-Research assistant, social
or biological sciences. 769-0292. 0901026

HARMONY GUITAR and case, excellent condition.
Susan, 994-9449. 41X1102
PEAVEY PA 400, six-channel. Custom theatre cabi-
nets, hardly used, cheap. 516 Oswego. 12X1029
USED FENDER Super Reverb Amp Good condi-
tion. 761-9431. CX1I06
MARTIN SALE-Prices are going up Nov. i iby
more than 10%. Come in and save more than the
increase. Call Don, Apollo Music Center, 769-1400.
cX 1103
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. cX 1030

GRAD STUDENT would like to share apartment.
Ask for Mirian, leave message, 851-1878. dY2027
SHARE BEDROOM in modern apt. right on campus.
662-0081. 01Y1021

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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar
1977 LOS ANGELES TIMES

6 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

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Opera remem-
bered for "Home
Sweet Home"
Musical signs
Namesakes of
scientist Mendel
Without
restraint
Took off
Trail the field
Checkscopy
Rejuvenating
place
Villa
Robert
Imprint
Ostrich
Mental per-
ception
Trail blazer
Type squares
Surprise
Devil's paint-
brush and
others
Tardy
Commotion
A or B, for
example
Features of a
landscape
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40 Fur piece
41 Rhetors
43 Dawn goddess
45 temperature
47 Pronunciation
faults
48 Moslem judge
49 Leave out
51 Lyric form
52 Lubricated
53 Found by
searching
55 Snake
57 Member of an
office pool
58 Common

PRIMAL at the Personal Growth Center, 403 Miller,
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Networks
Zorba, for one
Heart contraction
State (of mind)
Products of the
Orient
Sheet of glass
Mothers' helpers
Certain alloys
Madrid tourist
must
Guiding lines
king
Before
Sports heroes
Popular dish
Met unexpectedly
Kind of poker
Apprehend clearly
Sang, in a way
Rabbit
Lengthwise
Parties in
a contest
Viper
Adduced
Geologist's
concern
Tournament of
a sort
Alas!
Compass pt.
8 9 IO

Mental Health Research Institute
SEMINAR SERIES
David J. Kupfer
Western Psychiatric Institute
University of Pittsburgh
EEC SLEEP RESEARCH
AND
AFFECTIVE DISORDERS
Thursday,,, . SEMINAR: 3:45 p.m., Room 1057
Oct. 27 Tea: 3:15 p.m., MHRI Lounge
GAY UNDERGRADS
There will be a meeting
for all interested
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1 Supports for hand-
set telephones
2 Merciful
3 Marble
4 Knitter's concern
5 One of the
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