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CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
POLICY

Uncontracted Classified Rates

deadline is 12 noon the day before
blication (4 P.M. Fri. for Sun.) including
rections and cancellations. The Daily is
t responsible for more than one incorrect
ertion of an ad. Advertisements may be
noved from publication but will be billed
:ording to original number of days ordered.
s policy is also applicable to ads requiring
e-payment, i.e.:, no refunds. Information
3ording content of classified ads cannot
disclosed prior to publication. Advertisers'
mes may never be revealed.
mber of lines in advertisements is
termined by total number of words-
words/line. "Help Wanted" ads cannot
criminate on the basis of sex, color,
ed or national origin to any extent
e. "preferably" is still discriminatory).
ound" ads are run free-of-charge to a
ximum of 3 lines for 3 days.

FEMALE NEEDED to share modern 2-bedroom
apartment near campus, Jan.-Aug., own room.
663-3297. 89C1103
HOUSING PROBLEMS? Phone ENERY LINE any-
time, 663-5366. C1104
BATES LEASE for Winter Term. Female. 763-
3942. Call after 10p.m. 33C1101
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. cCtc

ATTRACTIVE woman, 30's, lively, warm, curious,
intelligent, seeks male companion of same or simi-
lar ilk (kind). Reply Daily Box 420. 78F1105
LIGHT MOVING
$10 local van load
663-2669
cF416
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
DON'T GET MARRIED.. .
Until you call 973-9300.
cF1211
LEARN THE FACTS before you buy-there is more
to a diamond than meets they eye. Austin Diamond,
1209 S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
I AM NOW incarserated in the U.S. prison Atlanta,
Georgia, and I'm seeking correspondence with any
student that would like to establish a pen pal rela-
tionship. Write to' Jimmy Reachard, 96 990-131
D-2, Box pmB, Atlanta, GA 30315 dF1101
ENERGY LINE gives friendship anytime you phone
663-5366, and you can give your friendship'an hour
per week by going to visit Ypsilanti State Hospital
patients with A FAMILY THAT CARES. cFtc
FOREIGN LANGUAGE PERIODICALS
Our selection includes German, French, Spanish,
Italian, and Arabic titles. A Periodical Retreat,
316S. State. 663-0215. cF1113
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
SECOND SERVE
Second to none in $-Sport clothes
406 E. Liberty

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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. cPtc

3.15 6.30 8.25 10.20 12.15
5.65 11.30 14.75 18.20 21.65
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13.15 26.30 34.40 42.20 50.15

NMIDO WATCH LOST on Hoover Satur-
ward. 995-5492. 87A1106
GLASSES, tortoise shell plastic frames, gold
se. St. Joe's Hospital-Couzens area. Sat..
Ellen, 995-7526. 92A1103
U-M KEYS FOUND at Division and Pack-
-8492, call around 5 p.m.; dA1103
Y LINE gives you friendship anytime you
3-5366. cAtc
"FOUND" a blue wallet around Farmer's
an September 23, please return, no questions
'ontains valuable papers including Republic
. passport No. r198847. 665-9698. 64A1105
R COLLIE LOST 10/7. Black/white. "Cindy."
toe left foot. Needs heartworm medication.
Ph. 769-2232. 42A1102

LOWEST CdPY PRICES
IN THE MID-WEST!
Accu-Copy, 514 E. William, 769-8338
_ cF416
GREEKS! Sigma Nu has a new sister Gamma Nu!
91F1102
JEALOUSY IN MULTIPLE RELATIONSHIPS
WORKSHOP for couples, individuals. Nov. 11-13.
Bob, Margaret Blood. 769-0046. 96F1112
CANDLELIGHT is a delight. Check out our selec-
tion. Little Dipper Candles, 415 N. Fifth Ave. (aja-
cent to Farmer's Market). cFI101
SEE OUR COSMETICIAN for your makeup needs.
The Village Apothecary, 1112 S. University Ave.
cFtc
ROULETTE-Place Your Bet at Oy Vey Vegas
Night coming the 12th. (1429 Hill St., 9:00 p.m.).
cF1104
OPEN MORNINGS at 10 a.m. and at reduced rates
til 6 p.m. Mon.-Fri, Bowling and billiards at the
Union, cF1103
LEO MALE wishes to exchange letters and photos
with gregarious female, object friendship first.
Reply ,to: Robert Parker, Box E-138516, Jackson,
MI 49204. cF221
WILL SLLAM get down. on their hands and knees to
please? 86F1101
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
HOUSING PROBLEMS are the NOW message on
ENERGY LINE, phone anytime 663-5366. eF1104
STUDY ABROAD
1978

N.B.: Each group of characters counts as one word.
Hyphenated words over 5 characters count as two words
(this includes telephone numbers)

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7 words per line

1970 OLDSMOBILE, V-8 engine, runs well, $400
(negotialbe). Call 663-0721. 56N1101
DODGE DART, reliable engine, good interior, no
rust. Has A-C, radio, good tires, power steering.
1972. Call Tom, 761-1058. 65N1101
1966 BUICK LE SABRE-Good condition. Power
steering and brakes. Four door. 71,000 miles. Asking
$300. 663-1241 between 7-10 p.m. and weekend:.
67N1104
DODGE DART SWINGER, '73 automatic, air, power,
AM-FM tape, vinyl top, 46,000 miles. Rear de-
froster, new tires, snows, chains. Clean. Call 995-
3001. 25N1102
TICK ET S
FOR SALE-4 OSU tickets together. Jr. priority.
CallGreg before 6 p.m., 668-8216. 93Q1103
TWO OHIO STATE tickets for sale. Section 31,
Row 14. Best offer. 663-6906. dQ1103
TRADE 2 AMERICA TICKETS, Main floor, 7th
row from stage for 2 OSU tickets. Call 662-6384
after 6 p.m. 39Q1101
5 OHIOSTATE tickets together. Will take best
offer. Call anytime: 764-8827,665-2086. 27Q1104
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s ENERGY LINE is free, anytime. Phone 663-5366.

iE BRAND frame backpacks. Brand new.
4 0812 94B1102
MIENT-Wedding ring set. 1/3 karat. Yellow
like new. 769-3085. 47B1101
VELLERS take note! Small portable elec-
for sale. Perfect for baking those special

8-8767. 23B1101 Academic Year 1977-78, 1978-79 or Summer 1978.
Accredited programs of study in Moscow, Lenin-
" E grad, Paris Dijon. Nice, Salamanca, Geneva, Flor-
ence. Perugia, Vienna, Copenhagen, Cuernavaca.
0GM furnished apartment available All languages on all levels, beginners to advanced
between campus and downtown. In- to graduate plus many subjects in English: studio
Huron. Apt. No. 3, anytime between arts, history, international studies, dance, cuisine,
.m. or call 663-4101. cCtc theater, filmmaking. special education.
For course catalogues and application forms contact:
R 'TO PREVIOUS PUZZ L CENTE R 1OR'FOREIGN TUDY
' HASSP 216S. StateStreet
L AIBf u L L A N0 (on Campus, next to Lane Hall)
WA S TE P PIE R Ann Arbor, MI 48107
to t u , I.t r-.313/662-5575

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XEROX AND OFFSET
FASTLOW COST DUPLICATING
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
LOWEST COPY PRICES
THE COPYMILL
211S. State (near Olga's)
Copies, course packs, while you wait! 662-3969
cFtc

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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar
d 1977 LOS ANGELES TIMES

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Sandarac tree
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Mountain nymph
Big bottles
European
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Cousin of
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Fishing lines wih
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Habit
Courageous
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Siouan
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Well-known nine
Cellar structure
Cape
Is half asleep
Rank beginners
Anything short-
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Vertex
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Colloq.
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name in music
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60 Grace and others
62 Music group
63 British title
64 Judicious
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66 Botanical
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Church feature
Haughty one
Kind of jury
Form of ridicule
Cook in oil
Filmy stuff
Glowing coal
Not disposed
Mountain in
Thessaly
Containers of a
type
Make up
Little ones
Greek districts
Made a poker
maneuver
Bother, mod style
Mediterranean
vessel
Harness race
Puerto
Architectural term
Do away with
Snarl
Humpty Dumpty
and others
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comment
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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
PREGNANT? Need Help?
Call Problem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. Pregnancy
tests available. eFt
CRESCENT MUSIC STUDIO
Instruction in guitars, bass, flute and sax, vocal,
drums, vibes, and piano. 662-7277. eFt
ENERGY LINE helps anyone phoning 663-5366 with
personal problems, finding a part-time job, hous-
ing._Anytime, phone 663-5366. 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 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. cFtc
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, 1209S. University;'663-7151. cFtc
PRIMAL at the Personal Growth Center, 403 Miller,
971-0102. Established since 1972. cF1211
HELP WANTED
STUDENT EMPLOYES NEEDED-Law Club.
$2.65/hr., also $2.40/hr. positions open. Please call
764-1115. 84H1106
DRIVER--For van transporting young children,
requires good driving record, some clerical skills
and nice manner with young children. Must be
student already awarded work study by U of M.
Please contact the college work study program.
2503 SAB, 763-4128. An equal opportunity employer.
81H1104
SITTER for one child, 5 afternoons a week. 665-
3268. 90H1104
NEED EXTRA CHRISTMAS MONEY? Part time
work now available for Fuller Brush representa-
tives. Good pay, work own hours. MUST HAVE
CAR! Neat in appearance. 482-3540, after 4 p.m.
88H1108
STATISTICIAN-Exceptional opportunity with Ann
Arbor firm for a recent graduate with strong
abilities in the areas of economics, statistics, and
finance, and an appreciation of the application of
principles to the business environment. Experience
in the use of computer via intractive terminal in
the preparation of financial report and marketing
analysis, very desirable. Reporting directly to the
Vice President this high visible position offers
excellent opportunities for both personal and pro-;
fessional growth. Please submit resume in confi-
dence to Michigan Daily Box No. 720. 82H1101
RN's
The Veterans 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, Veterans Administration Hos-
pital, 2215 Fuller Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48105.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
04H1110
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. 28H1105
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. 29H1109
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
SYSTEMS
PROGRAMMER
Manufacturing Data Systems Incorporated, a rap-
idly growing Ann Arbor Firm involved in the de-
velopment, production, and marketing of high tech-
nology computer products and services for manu-
facturingsapplications, is looking for Systems Pro-
grammers to work on the following projects:
PASCAL, Compiler
Data base management systems
Operating systems
3-D graphics system
Applicants should have a 3.0 GPA or better, and

NURSES AIDS/ORDERLIES
FULL-PART-TIME
CALL
KELLY HOME CARE
973-9010
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M/F
cHtc
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
SALES PERSON WANTED full or part time to
market Cable TV and Home Cinema. Choice of
hourly or commission. Call Mr. Dyke at 662-2253.
68H1104
CLERK SPECIALIST-BLOOD BANK looking for
an individual with medical-secretarial background
to work part-time afternoons. Competitive wage
and fringe benefits offered. Contact St. Joseph
-Mercy Hospital, P.O. Box 995, Ann Arbor. MI 48106.
Phone 572-3290. An equal opportunity employer.
73H1103
DISHWASHERS
AND
DINING ROOM HELP
Apply in person atMallis' Steak Out, 2204 W.
Stadium Blvd., Ann Arbor. 60H1108
SITTER for one child, 5 afternoons a week. 665-
3268. 49H1030
BABYSITTER for 11-month-old Tues., Thurs, Fri.,
8:30-2 p.m., Wed. noon to 4 p.m., Fri. eve. 7-11 p.m.
Call 665-0118. 52H1103
FARRELL'S
ICE CREAM PARLOR/RESTAURANT
BRIARWOOD MALL
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
.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
DjLorenzi at The University Club.

HIKE THE HIMALAYAS
Spring 1978. Journey to Nepal. 995-4617.

This space contributed by the publisher as a public service.

$50 FINDERS FEE to find-1978 school year hous
for 4-6 U-M students near Hill dorms and cheap a
possible. 764-0663. 95M110
ANY PERSON WHO FEELS THAT "LOOKING
FOR MR. GOODBAR" IS AN INSULT, PLEASE
CALL ANN ARBOR N.O.W., 995-5494, Mon.-Fri
_ 43M1 104
ENERGY LINE offers free help with personal prob
lems, housing, finding a part-time job. Phone any
time 663-5366. c M110

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DRIVERS WANTED to Southern California and
Salt Lake City. Leave from Detroit area. Gas
allowance provided. 1-478-1050. 72P1127
DESPERATELY NEED to get our belongings to
Boston. Can you take freight? Will share costs.
668-8882 or call (617)3426-3485 collect. 83P1101
LIET YOUR FINGERS phone 663-5366 anytime to get
<4 y from your problems with Energy Line. cPtc

TYPING-Reliable, fast, reasonable rates. 764-3459.
85J1106
I COLLEGE WORTH IT'., For comme. -, dial
663-5366. cJ1101
TYPING-Dissertations, theses, manuscripts.
Selectric II, B.A. English Literature, experienced,
professional typist. Rackham specifications. Rates
negotiable. 665-4524. 65J1103
WRITER'S AIDE, prose specialists. Professional
editing; writing: tutorials and thesis direction. 662-
4816, 557-2755 ci te
THE SECRETARIAT
DISSERTATIONS, PAPERS, AND RESUMES
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Drafting, Lettering
11a.m.-6 p.m. 812 South StateStreet
7 days/week 994-3594
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
ENERGY LINE is free. Phone 663-5366. cJtc
TYPING-accurate! 70/pg. Call Dave: 663-4640,
5-6 p.m. preferred. 57J 1109

USED CELLO. Student size, good condition. 761-
9431. cX1102
WANTED TO BUY-Gibson 335 hollow bogy electric
or other such guitar. Call Laird at 971-2352. 58X1102
HARMONY GUITAR and case, excellent condition.
Susan, 994-8449. 41,X1102
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.
cX--~3
Used Fender Super Reverb Amp. Good condition.
761-9431. cX1106

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HONDA 550, 4-cycle, metallic orange, low mileage,
cPtc extras. 761-9589. 6321109

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Strategic Arms
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It's no longer
a dleath sentence.,,
When you were young, no form of
cancer terrified your parents more than
leukemia did.
Just fifteen years ago, a child with
leukemia could expect to live only months.
But, thanks to research, things have
changed.
Children who once lived months are
now living years. Many of them are grow-
ing up. Some are already adults, living
normal lives.
Did you ever wonder what the
American Cancer Society did with the
money you gave us? Well; some of it went
to leukemia research. And, if we had more
we could do more. Give to the American
Cancer Society.

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HOUSING problems, phone ENERGY LINE-A
FAMILY THAT CARES, anytime, 663-5366. cYl104
NEEDED--FEMALE ROOMMATE to live in own
room in our house. $100/month. 665-8765. 66Y1101
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