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Page 8-Thursday, November 3, 1977-The Michigan Daily

ADVERTISING
POLICY
AD deadline is 12 noon the day before
publication (4 P.M. Fri. for Sun.) iocluding
corrections and cancellations. The Daily is
not responsible for more than one incorrect
insertion of an ad. Advertisements may be
removed from publication but will be billed
according to original number of days ordered.
This policy is also applicable to ads requiring
pre-payment, i.e., no refunds. Informatidn
regarding content of classified ads cannot'
by disclosed prior to publication. Advertisers'
names may never be revealed.

CHART RECORDER Heathkit Cat. No. IR-18M
with chart papers. Operated less than three hours.

Sigma Alpha Mu Presents
'BOUNCE FOR BEATS'
November 4-5 . on Diag

OOF1104

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JEALOUSY IN MULTIPLE RELATIONSHIPS
WORKSHOP for couples, individuals. Nov. 11-13.
Bob, Margaret Blood. 769-0046. 96F1112

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Number of lines in advertisements is
determined by total number of words-
7 words/line. "Help Wanted" ads cannot
discriminate on the basis of sex, color,
'ceed or national origin to any extent
(i.e. "preferably" is still discriminatory).
"Found" ads are run free-of-charge to a
maximum of 3 lines for 3 days.

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SINGLE ROOM in modern apartment. $97/month.
Bill, 662-9709. - 17C1108
FEMALE NEEDED to share modern 2-bedroom 1
apartment near campus, Jan.-Aug., own room.,
663-3297. 89C1103
HOUSING PROBLEMS? Phone ENERY LINE any-
time,663-5366. cC1104
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. ectc
ONE BEDROOM furnished apartment available
immediately between campus anddowntown. In-
quire335 E. Huron. Apt. No. 3, anytime between
9 a.m. and 6 p.m. or call 663-4101. cCtc ,

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
ATTRACTIVE woman, 30's, lively, warm, curious,
intelligent, seeks male companion of same or ,imi-
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

WANTED-Two or three piece Band for Ski Season
-Play Top 40, Rock, Country-Crystal Mountain,.
Thompsonville, Michigan 49683-616-378-2911.
15H1106
SALESPERSON
MEN'S CLOTHING
Experience preferred
Part time
Personable& neat
Ann Arbor Clothing
211 South Main
Contact Mr. Clark
21H1104

GREEKS: BETA RHO MU says Gamma Nu ain't
s--- compared to SLLAM. "F1103

LOST CAT. Burns Park. Adult mixed browns, black,
orange, white under chin. Reward. 665-3166. 27A1109
FOUND: Tiger cat, grayish green with black and
white in front. Please, please, call, he's eating us out
of thouse and home. If not claimed he will be given
away. 663-6204. dA1105
FOUND-Small, brown, runaway teddy bear. Has
second thoughts. Found sobbing in Colliseum park-
ing lot Tuesday night. Wants to go home. Call
665-3151. dA1105
LADIES' MIDO WATCH LOST on Hoover Satur-
day. Reward. 995-5492. 87A1106
LOST-GLASSES, tortoise shell plastic frames, gold
foam case. St. Joe's Hospital-Couzens area. $it.,
Oct.29. Ellen, 995-7526. 92A1103
SET OF U-M KEYS FOUND at Division and Pack-
ard..662-8492, call around 5 p.m. dA1103
ENERGY LINE gives you friendship anytime you
phone 663-5366. cAtc
IF.YOU "FOUND" a blue wallet around Farmer's
Market on September 23, please return, no questions
ask~ed. 'Contains valuable papers including Republic
ofKorea passport No. r198847.665-9698. 64A1105
FOUND-KIRTLAND TOUR PACK. Red nylon cloth.
Hat and gloves inside. Found on State St. on
Sunday. Call 763-3559. dA1104

SKI EQUIPMENT for sale. Northland fiberglass
skis with bindings and size 10 Nordich fiberglass
boots. 994-0360, after 5:30. 25B1105
ICOR DARKROOM complete and modern equip-
ment including Minotla-ModIII enlarger and an
alyzer. Call 763-2711, evenings. 01B1108
HARMON KARDON 330 Amplifier, Garrard SL-
55$ Turntable, $110. Call 665-5013, after 6 p.m.
NARRfl
ARMY
SURPLUS
HERMAN
Survivor Boots
No. 7194, 7197, 2197
reg. 62" '
SALE $5496
LEVI
Bell Bottom
and Straightleg
DEMIN JEANS
reg. 498
SALE $129B
LEVI
Corduroy
BELL BOTTOMS
reg. 1398
SALE $1296
BIG SMITH
Cotton Flannel
SHIRTS
reg.749
SALE
Suspender
PAINTER'S PANTS
white and railroad stripe
20% off

Jo Anne,
Sorry that I disappointed you. I stopped by but
you weren't here. Now I'm disappointed. Well, will
talk to you later.-Walter
dF1,103
PALENQUE
Where: Yuchtan
What: A Magical Mayan Holiday
Details Sunday
30F1103
Phi Beta Sigma, Fraternity Inc. SMOKER. Sunday,
November 6, at William Monroe Trotter House at 5
P.M. Any questions call 764-0786 Calvin. All young
men are welcome.
dF116_
We give 15% DISCOUNT ON CONTACT LENS
PREPARATIONS. Villagae Apothecary, 1112S. Uni-
versity 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
To Alan Gelband of Cosmo fame-How about being
my bachelor of the month. Contact Amy, Daily
_box No. 2. dF1105
Unique candles from California-inspired by mille-
fiore and venetian glass designs-refillable. Little
Dipper Candles, 415 N. Fifth Ave. (adjacent to
Farmers Market). cF113
LOWEST COPY PRICES
IN THE MID-WEST!
Accu-Copy, 514 E. William, 769-8338
cF416
HOUSING PROBLEMS are the NOW message on
ENERGY LINE, phone anytime 663-5366. cF1104
PRIMAL at the Personal Growth Center, 403 Miller,
971-0102. Established since 1972. cF1211
LOWEST COPY PRICES
THE COPYMILL
211 S. State (near Olga's)
Copies, course packs, while you wait! 662-3969
cFte
ROMANTIC, passionate, affectionate, friendly,
unpretentious, sincere, self-assured, happy, intel-
ligent, woman wanted to share dinners, country-
side, movies, thoughts and feelings; plays, wine,
music; sports with unrepentent but only semi-
successfully idealistic man of 27 years. Write Bob,
Daily Box 909. 12F1108
SINGLE, w/m, 28, with heavy travel schedule,
seeks well-proportioned w/fs, 22-34, who have also
had it with the bar hassle and other games. Need
name and number. I'll get back to you. P.O. Box
7915, Ann Arbor, MI 48107. 14F1116
SCHOOL OF SELF SUFFICIENCY and learning.
A small two week live-in course, covering the basic
arts and crafts of your ancestors combined with
modern technology relative to food, shelter and
energy. Setting is on a tranquil Missouri farm.
Taught by a leading survival and self sufficiently
expert with over 35 years experience. For details
write Self Sufficiency, Rt. 6, Box 85, Festus, MO
63028. 11F1104
Palenque.. .
Mayan Temples-Mexican Village
Tropical Sun-Dense Jungle
All that Tequilla, Mescal, Kahlua
-Tacos, Enchilades, Guacamole-
And of course those little mushrooms
Palenque: Dec. 26-Jan. 5
The trip of your life.
06F1102
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

XEROX AND OFFSET
FAST, LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
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 lIospital
patients with A FAMILY THAT CARES. 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
FOREIGN LANGUAGE PERIODICALS
Our selection includes German, French, Spanish;
Italian, and Arabic titles. A Periodical Retreat,
316 S. State. 663-0215. cF1113
OZONE HOUSE needs you to provide temporary
housing for young people in crisis-one day to 2
'veeks-a comfortable couch is all you need. Call
Jan at 662-2222. cF1211
SECOND SERVE
. Second to none in $-Sport clothes
406 E. Liberty
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
PREGNANT? Need Help?
Call Problem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. Pregnancy,
tests available. cFtc
CRESCENT MU'SIC STUDIO
Instruction in guitars, bass, flute and sax, vocal,
drums, vibes, and piano. 662-7277. cFtc
ENERGY LINE helps anyone phoning 663-5366 with
personal problems, finding a part-time job, hous-
ing. Anytime, phone 663-5366. cFtc
HELP WA NTED
HOUSE CLEANING. WANTED one day/wk., own
transportation preferred. Call 668-7097 eves. 31H1106
Busboys for the dinner hour, Monday-Friday. Also
need substitute. 761-4524. 26H1105
DISHWASHER-Part-time, perfect hours for stu-
dents. Includes lunch. Apply in person at Second
Chance Restaurant, 994-5360. 23H1106
SALES PERSON WANTED at Bivouac. 330S. State
St. 24H1104
HELP WANTED part time, self serve attendant,
Mobil Oil Corporation, 3267 S. State, Ann Arbor.
Call 994-9617, Mon-Fri between 8-3 p.m. 34H1109
HELP WANTED-Waitress-December through
March, Experience Preferred-Fringe Benefits-
Room and Board. Apply-Crystal Mountain, Thomp-
sonville, Michigan 49683-616-378-2911. 15H1106
TELEPHONE INTERVIEWERS to call from office
for social research project. Must be available at
least 25 hrs./week, evenings and weekend hours a
must. $3.35/hour to start. Call 763-5183. Non-discrim-
inatory affirmative action employer. .19H1108
WAITRESSES WANTED. No experience necessary.
Apply at Dooley's, 310 Maynard. 20H1103

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.
AnEqual Opportunity Employer
04H1110
STUDENT EMPLOYES NEEDED-Law Club.
$2.65/hr., also $2.40/hr. positions open. Please call
764-1115. 84H1106
DRIVER-Ford vantransporting 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
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
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 at Mallis' Steak Out, 2204 W.
Stadium Blvd., Ann Arbor. 60H 1108
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
HELP WANTED immediately-Day waiting, host-
ing, bussing personnel and cashier, other night and
day positions possible for experienced people. Appl.
in person between 2 and 3 p.m., ask for Peter
DiLorenzi at The University Club.
SALES HELP NEEDED immediately for retail
store. Call Mr. Ford or Mr. Piku, 769-1400, Apollo
Musicoenter dH1103

Professional
D.J. Service
Having a Party?
Call Calvin
764-0786 or
James, 763-4692
We Guarantee
you a party.
Reasonable rates
97J119
TYPING-Reliable, fast, reasonable rates. 764-3459.
85J1106
WRITER'S AIDE, prose specialists. Professional
editing; writing; tutorials and thesis direction. 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. 8631203
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! 704/pg. Call Dave: 663-4640,
5-6 n.m. nreferred. 57J1109

ANYONE ANYWHERE who would like to give or
let store a piano to a very appreciating music
student. I will move. Please call Dave at 663-5517.
08M1104
$50 FINDERS FEE to find-1978 school year house
for 4-6 U-M students near Hill dorms and cheap as
possible. 764-0663. 95M1108
ANY PERSON WHO FEELS THAT "LOOKING
FOR MR. GOODBAR" IS AN INSULT, PLEASE
CALL ANN ARBOR N.O.W., 995-5494, Mon.-Fri.
43M1104
ENERGY LINE offers free help with personal prob-
lems, housing, finding a part-time job. Phone any-
time 663-5 36.M1 1A

PIONEER SX 434 receiver, Pioneer PL 12D-2 turn-
table, Pioneer SE 505 headphones 'with separate
volume controls, Dynaco A-25X speakers, $350. 971-
4199. 32X1110
MARTIN SALE-Prices are going up Nov. I by
more than 10%. Come in and save more than the
increase. Call Don, Apollo Music Center, 769-1400.
cX- 03
Used Fender Super Reverb Amp. Good condition.
761-9431, cX1106

'72 CHEVY VEGA HATCHBACK--speed, excellent
condition, new snows, air, $950 or offer. 764-3019
after 6 p.m. 29N1 105
'72 VOLVO 142 4-speed, FM, green. Chris at 668-
8947at6p.m. 05N1109
1966 BUICK LE SABRE-Good condition. Power
steering and brakes. Four door. 71,000 miles. Asking
$300 6631241 between 7-10 p.m. and weekends
-;k67N1104
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
L A B S O P S I S G R O W
A B O U F A U N A L I M E
BO0N CO0P Y A C R E
G I 0A!i R S H I P
G F O RT AS
~N T'T CHUM
A B B R A S P P E 0 R IfA
M E E R S T R I A U S S S
P L A Y A T E R N S A S S
S T U M P P Y R T E
A S S ! S I O S C A R
A N D N E A R T O R A D 0
G O A D T A R A N T E L L A
A NN E A T 0 N E B L A S
R 0 A R N E W T S B A 1 T

HOUSING problems, phone ENERGY LINE-A
FAMILY THAT CARES, anytime, 663-5366. cY1104
NON-SEXIST PERSON to share apt. $95 plus elec.
No lease. Kingsley near State. 662-8957 persistently.
04Y1108
SIKES AND SCOOTERS
HONDA 550, 4-cycle, metallic orpnge, low mileage,
extras. 761-9589. 63Z1.109
Order
Your
Subscriptio'n
Today
764-0558

DRIVERS WANTED to Southern California and'
Salt Lake City. Leave fromp Detroit area. Gas;
allowance provided. 1-478-1050. 72P1 127
LET YOUR FINGERS phone 663-5366 anytime to get
away from your problems with Energy Line. cPtc
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 ONE TICKET to OSU game. Section 31
preferred. Price negotiable. Call 769-2620. 28Q1108
I would like to buy a pair of Ohio State tickets.
Call665-2126. 33Q1105
OSU TICKETS for sale. Call James, 763-4642. dQl16
2 SETS OF 3 OHIO STATE Tickets for sale. Sec-
tions 24 and 26. Best offer. Call 663-4323. 22Q1103
FOR SALE-7 osu tickets, junior priority, all to-
gether. Call 995-7526. dQ1104
3 OSU TICKETS together, senior priority. Great
seats. 995-2982. 18Q1103 2
2 TICKETS for EWF concert in Row 4. Best offer.
Call Norman, 663-2268. 99Q1104
4 OSU TICKETS, Sec. 26. Call between 5-7, 665-
3211. 03Q1107
WANTED-One senior priority basketball coupon.
Call 668-8099. dQl 105
FOR SALE-4 OSU tickets together. Jr. priority.
Call Greg before 6 p.m.,668-8216. 93Q1103
TWO OHIO STATE tickets for sale. Section 31,
Row 14. Best offer. 663-6906. dQ1103
5 OHIO STATE tickets together. Will take best
offer. Call anytime: 764-8827, 665-2086. 27Q1104
ENERGY LINE is free, anytime. Phone 663-5366.

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar
0 1977 LOS ANGELES TIMES

TV RENTALS &
USED TV'S
HI FI STUDIO
215 So. Ashley Downtown
1 Bl. West of Main betw.
Liberty & Washington .
38J1110
TYPING-Dissertations, theses, manuscripts.
Selectric II, B.A. English Literature, experienced,
professional typist. Rackham specifications. Rates
negotiable. 665-4524. 65J1103
THE SECRETARIAT
DIFSERTATIONS, PAPERS, AND RESUMES
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Drafting, Lettering
11 a.m.-6 p.m. 812 South State Street
7 days/week 994-3594
cJtc

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NURSES AIDS/ORDERLIES
FULL-PART-TIME

CALL
KELLY HOME CARE
973-9010
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M/F
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17 Family member:
Abbr.
18 Connecting
system
20 Name meaning
"a lily"
21 Part of a list
23 On the alert
24 Spanish dance
25 Put down:
Colloq.
27 Brit. boating org.
28 Rounded
29 Expression of
exasperation
31 Seller of coats
33 Actor's asset
35 Less distinct
37 Gained access to
40 Transfer
41 Nose: Fr.

Money in Manila
Is full of activity '
Part of 18 Across
Pops
Legal appointee
of a type: Abbr.
Blouse style
VIP's in Medicare
Out of the
ordinary
Action in equity
Samplers
Birds
Account
Tightens up
DOWN
Sign of affection
Short order dishes
Bonn resident:
Abbr.
Shaw's saint
Common emotion
More fitting
Tomato
Drip
Nautical term
Offensive
Popular kind of
batsman

12 Oriental garments
13 Picture
14 Prepare, as bread
19 Travelers on foot
22 Fabrics
24 Articulated
26 Hyde Park
figure
28 Languish
30 Raconteur's.asset
32 Outlandish
dress: Colloq.
34 Flunkies
35 Tactless remark
36 Interior part of
a car
38 Stibborn
Phrase
39 Warming-drinks
40 Treasure box
42 Enthusiast
44 Sibilant sounds
46 Irksome
47 Trap
50 Landing place
51 Double
54 Part of a poem:
Abbr.
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