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COLLEGIATE RESEARCH PAPERS. Thousands 7 OSU-UM together for sale. Sec. 28, Call 662
on file. All academic subjects. Send $1.00 for mail 4859. dQ111
order catalog. Box 25918-Z, Los Angeles, Calif. M-OSU-2 together on the 45-yard line. Call Ann a
90025. (213) 477-8474. 86J1203 761-8821. dQ111
PROFESSIONAL TYPING done at home. Disserta- 2 OSU TICKETS, senior priority, best offer. 663
tions, papers, etc. Quality, fast service, references, 1093 or 764-7055. 69Q11
N m r!LU i1-4 yr. oa men's tiger eye ring, Tues.,
11/11, 3:00-3:30 South Univ-E. Univ. area. Great
sentimental value. Call Marian, 663-1409. 61A1122
FOUND-1 PAIR GLASSES in blue/green case
outside Crisler Arena on Monday evening. Call 994-
LOST-White, male kitten around Packard and
South Division a week ago. 663-1688, persistently.
[A )ST-Fri. 11/11, Angell Hall-Union area-Amber
and macrame necklace. Please return. Reward.
Leave message. 763-2047,764-0330, Paula. 04A1120
FOUND-PAIR OF BINOCULARS at Michigan-
Michigan State hockey game at Yost. Call to identify,
665-2925. dA il4
OLD FASHIONED, wall-mounted swingleaf board,
10 removable leaves, good price. 662-8914. 09B1121
IDEAL X-MAS GIFTS! Yashica twin lens reflex
cimera w/electronic flash, extension arm, cable
release. Like new. Worth $200-sell for $99. Juliette
home stereo system, BSR turntable, 8 track player-
recorder, AM-FM stereo, also $99. Days 663-2565,
eves. 665-3239. dB1119
OLD FASHIONED, wall-mounted swingleaf board,
10 removable leaves, good price. 662-8914. 09B.1120
HART FREESTYLES 175 cm. Used 1 season. Call
Pete 764-36365B . O 119
WANTED--Male student to share bedroom in
plush 4-man apt. on S. Forest. Preferably a running
enthusiast. Immediate occupancy. 663-4614. 72C1122
ROOMMATE NEEDED to share a bedroom in
modern bi-level apartment close to campus. $104,
lease Jan.-Aug. Call 662-0081 dC1203
JAUNARY-AUGUST-For rent, beautiful furnished
one bedroom apartment, ON CAMPUS. For more
info call 662-9403 (after 5 p.m.. 41C1120
BURNS PARK, furnished, 3-bedroom house, 2 baths,
fireplace, fenced yard. Available January-May
(slightly flexible), $415/month and utilities. Prefer
family.994-0368. _ 45C1119
2 NON-SMOKING WOMEN needed for 3-bedroom
house. $100 and $115/month. Call Susan, 764-8381
days, or Bonnie, 971-4738 evenings. 44C1123
SINGLE BEDROOM available in furnished home.
1 minute from Diag and University Hospital.
Large living-room, bath and a half. Immediate occu-
pancy. Inquire 1334 N. University or call 662-2606.
TO RENT-Own bedroom in modern apt. for re-
sponsible female. Winter semester w/Summer op-
tion. Good location. 662-5022. 33C1119
OWN ROOM in house, $100/month. Available January.
OWN ROOM available in house with 5 other women
Jan.-Aug. Great campus location. Call persistently,
NEED emergency or regular housing? Phone
ENERGY LINE-A FAMILY THAT CARES, 663-
5366 or 665-6297 for help with any problem. cC1120
1-BEDROOM with kitchen in furnished house, nice
and bright, on S. Forest. 668-7377. 66C1130
FEMALE NEEDED to take over lease in house with
5 other women. $97.50/month, Church Street. Contact
Karen, 995-5490. 26C1120
FOREIGN MALE STUDENT or professional male.
Private room with bath, half garage, private cook-
ing facilities, on Packard bus line. Available Decem-
ber 20. can see now by appointment. 971-2385. 23C1119
QUIET, non-smoking female, grad or working, to
rent a bedroom. Kitchen privileges, one mile from
campus. $135.663-5797, after 11 a.m. 10C1119
HOW DO YOU grow bananas? Ask the sweetest
banana in town, Chiquita Lee, yourself. Call 668-
8442 and find out. There is enough for everybody!
LOWEST COPY PRICES
THE COPYMILL -
H. . 211S. State (near Olga's)
PAINTER PANTS Copies, course packs, while you wait! 662-3969
LT. BLUE & cF
LT. GREEN PRIMAL at the Personal Growth Center, 403 Mil
971-0102. Established since 1972. cF]
2 pr. $1.50
WOOL KNIT HATS
OF GLOVES &
SWISS ARMY KNIVES
207 E. LIBERTY
"ALBERT EINSTEIN SPEAKS ON MYSTICISM
AND THE MYSTERY OF LIFE PLUS COMMENTS
ON SIMPLE LIVING"-the NOW message yours
for the dialing on ENERGY LINE-phone 663-
5366-24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call the NEW
ENERGY LINE for a lift for your living, a word
of hope and encouragement-phone 663-5366. cF1120
ENLRGEA-Bese1er 4x5 motorized witn Nikon
lenses, etc. Looks and works as new. Reasonable
offers. Telephone Dan at 994-0239. 30D1120
Vonna, 973-0433. 43J1120
HOME TYPING-I'm a former Executive Secretary
who desires to type papers in my home. Have an
IBM Selectric II Correcting typewriter with optior
of Pica of Elite type. Call Susie, 995-7284. 86J1119
TYPING/EDITING THESES, PAPERS. IBM Selec-
tric. Fast, accurate. 994-5048. 80J1119
TV RENTALS & USED TVs. Speedy service on
TVs and Stereos. Hi-Fi Studio, 215 S. Ashley, down-
town,.1 block W. of Main. 769-0342. 39J1130
FRATERNITIES, SORORITIES, U-M organizations
-Plan your holiday parties now. Call 483-1771.
WRITER'S AIDE, prose specialists. Professional
editing; writing; tutorials and thesi direction. 662-
DISSERTATIONS, PAPERS, AND RESUMES
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Drafting, Lettering
11 a.m.-6 p.m. 812 SouthState Street
7 days/week 994-3594
pital to visit witl
663-5434 or 66-5366
tTATION to Ypsilanti State Hos-
tpatients for an hour. Phone
OSU TICKETS for sale. Call James, 763-4692. dQ111
FOUR OSU TICKETS together, best offer. 994-
TWO (2) UM-OSU tickets, Sec. 21, near field, Senr
priority. Must sell to best offer. Call Steve-662-
9709, after 9:00 p.m. dQ1119
UM-OSU TICKETS for sale. Four pairs in section
27, 31, 33; and 34. 973-0675; or 995-4664. 24Q1119
SUBLEASE-ROOM in Bi-Level Apt. Near campus
$99/month. Share room with 1 other woman. Linda
SUBLEASE-ROOM in Bi-level Apt. Near campus.
$99/month. Share room with 1 other woman. Linda,
764-0376/days. 23U1 11I
BELLEVILLE ON LAKE Dec. 1. Two Bdr. Mod-
ern luxury apt., 2 full baths, washer and dryer.
Balcony, rec. facilities, $360/month including heat
STILL AVAILABLE 11/18
Wanted-Female student to share condominium.
Private bedroom/bath. Kitchen and laundry facili.
ties. Air-conditioned. Quiet atmosphere. Lease
through May. $160/mo. 971-2744. 74C1130
- SURVIVOR BOOTS
Style No. 7197, 7194, and 2197
with Fur Trim Hood
SALE $ 5098
201 E. Washington
at Fourth and Washington
NEW YORK BOOK PUBLISHER seeks representa-
tive to sell and service bookstore accounts in
Michigan, Ohio and Western Pennsylvania. Heavy
overnight travel. Salary plus bonus and expenses.
Car required. No book experience necessary, sales
experience helpful. Submit resume and salary re-
quirernents to Box 5, Michigan Daily. 80H1120
MARKET RESEARCH interviewers needed, im-
mediately, for door-to-door surveys in the city of
Detroit, and Wayne, Macomb and Oakland counties.
Must be available to work evenings and week-
ends. Car necessary. No sales solicitation required
or permitted. Please call Lynn Anderson, at Market
Opinion Research, 963-2414. 78H1120
FULL OR PART-TIME SALES specialists in men's
clothing. Apply in person at J. RIGGINS, Briar-
wood, Monday and Tuesday, 10-5. Equal Opportunity
Employer M/F. 77H1120
VOLUNTEERS TO VISIT ONE EVENING A WEEK
WITH PATIENTS at Ypsilanti State Hospital with
"Energy Line-A Family that Cares." Rewarding
contacts with grateful senior citizens who are re-
sponsive. Call 663-5366. cHll2O
MALE SENIOR medical student needs living quarter
1/2-1/20 and/or 3/27-4/21. Apt., fraternity, co-op,
home acceptable. Call Clara, 994-0246. 54L1120
SMALL HOME OR COTTAGE, lake or farm area.
WANTED-FEMALE to take over my lease in two
bedroom apartment close to Medical Center and
Main campus. Call Lynn, 994-5367. 32L1119
3-BRM. HOUSE OR ROOM in co-op house. Have
trained kitten, I'm male, 22, considerate, working.
M"sic lover. Pa aul 6-3590.Leave message. dL1119
NEaw OAD AMr. Available for demonstration.
Apollo Music Center, 769-1400. cX1203
USED GIBSON ES 150, good condition. Apollo Music
Center, 323 S. Main. cX1123
USED GIBSON EBO bass guitar, excellent condi-
tion with hard case. Call Jerry, 761-9431. cX1204
USED FENDER GUITAR, $175. Pre or early CBS.
Call Don, 761-9431. cX 1123
MARTIN D12 20, eight years old, one owner. Excel-
lent cnndition .Bet offer over 45O .6-4346. 1OX 19
COiNGRITUA TImN o banaVal . i
tonight in 15F? Best Wishes.
WAN' A CAT? Ten mos. old, female, veryi
gray, brown, white. Call 764-2911.
ROOMMATE, OWN ROOM, no lease, rent negoti-
oneymoon able, fully furnished. Glencoe Hills Apts. Prefer
76M1119 gay male, grad, upper, or professional. Call Greg,
friendly, 973-9551. 57Y1120
OUTGOING MALE (21) desires crazy female (some-
what epicurean) to share idle hours with. Preferably
19-25. Must have sense of humor and be somewhat
sports minded. Write Box 21, Michigan Daily. dF1120
LEASE AVAILAABLE FOR Martha Cook dorm,
may move from any non-university housing or from
university housing if have someone to fill your spot.
Call 764-7038. 74E1119
WINTER TERM room and board spaces for women
at Friends International Coop. Meal memberships
for men and women, international menu, fireplace,
study rooms, interesting conversation. Primarily
graduate students. 1416 Hill St. 761-7435. 65E1122
IN RECOGNITION of the courageous and far-
sighted decision by President Anwar Sadat of Egypt
to go to Jerusalem, we, the Israeli students of the
University of Michigan, invite Arab students at the
University to a gathering in honor of this historic
occasion. Date: Sunday, November 20th. Time: 8:00-
10:00 p.m. Place: Green Lounge, East Quad (corner
of Hill St. &E. University). 79F1120 '
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 Diamon, 1209 S. University,
HAPPY BIRTHDAY DONALD. Hope you enjoy your
visit on Saturday. Not just anyone is given an
Ohio State °vs. Michigan football ticket as a gift.
Loveth your darling sister. When you go home tell
the rest of the gang I said hello and will see them
on Tuesday! dF1119
HOSPITALITY begins with something from our
wine cellar and liquor department. The Village
Apothecary, 1112 S. University Ave. cFtc
SUBMIT YOUR fiction and poetry to THE GERBIL
Magazine, 1006 Angell Hall, The Hopwood Room.
Deadline for the December issue is November 20.
NEW AND EXCITING JEWELRY imports, crafts
and Christmas decorations. All at the EXHIBIT
MUSEUM GIFT SHOP in the Natural Science
Museums Building, Geddes and N. University, Mon.-
Fri. 10-4:30, Sat, and Sun. 1-5. 71F1120
PERIODICALS ON ASIA-Our selection includes
Far Eastern Economic Review, China Quarterly,
and Peking Review. A Periodical Retreat, 316 S.
State. 663-0215. cF1119
BORING, UNEXCITING MALE, age 22, seeking
similar relationship with plain, air headed woman
over 16. Write Don at Daily Box 22, although illiter-
ate preferred.- dF1119
RISING STAR, the University poetry and transla-
tion journal, needs your help. Editing, submissions,
and distribution for the January, 1978 issue. Call
David at 668-2481 or Cindy at 994-3148. dF1123
PARIS in springtime? Pioneer grad, 17, can be
mother's helper. Pays own transportation. Daily
Box 555. 08F1201
THE GERBIL MAGAZINE is the University of
Michigan literary magazine. We need staffers to
work on editing, writing, publicity, advertising,
sale, and layout.-If you are interested in joining
The Gerbil, call The Hopwood Room, at 764-6296.
Wanted person(s) interested in paraphsychology to
do research and/or persons interested in employing
my strong and far reaching ESP. Call Tom 971-
2966 after 3 P.M. Tues-Thurs. and anytime Satur-
day, Sunday. 79F1120
Cold weather jackets-Down & Polarguard
DON'T GET MARRIED...
Until you call 973-9300.
MDSI is a'recognized leader in the development and marketing of high
technology computer products and services for manufacturing applications.
We have an immediate need for experienced and entry level programmers
with a math, engineering or computer science background. Compre-
hensive training and orientation will be provided.
We offer excellent salary, benefits and a challenging and promising
future. For confidential attention, send resume to Technical Recruiter
Manufacturing Data Systems
4251 Plymouth Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
We are an equal opportunity employer M/F
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
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
LOWEST COPY PRICES
IN THE MID-WEST!
Accu-Copy, 514 E. William, 769-8338
POETRY WANTED for anthology. Include stamped
envelope. Contemporary Literature Press, P.O. Box
26462, San Francisco, California 94126. 26F1203
PREGNANT? Need Heln?
Call Problem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. Pregnancyj
tests available. cFtc
24 HOUR TELEPHONE NUMBERS TO HELP YOU
INCLUDE 663-5366, Energy Line; 971-8500, Weather;
761-9834,Emergency Services. cFtc
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
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
CRESCENT MUISIC STUDIO
Instruction in guitars, bass, flute and sax, vocal,
drums, vibes, and piano. 662-7277. cFtc
$10 local van load
XEROX AND OFFSET
FAST, LOW COST DUPLICATING
WANTED-PSYCHOLOGIST-Ph.D. or have M.A.
for (1) full time; (2) part-time positions. (1) Doing
'psychotherapy; (2) Psychological testing. Person
selected will be trained to conduct hynoanalysis
as a treatment modality. Job in commuting dis-
tance, 45 miles. Salary open-specify pay desired.
(1) need curricui vitae; (2) resume of experience
in psychotherapy; (3) knowledge of hypnosis, if any.
Full or part-time (20 hrs./wk.). Job will start
January 1978. Please reply to: Graydon Forrer,
Box 677, Grand Blanc, MI 48439. 58H 1129
NEEDED-2 clerks and models. Apply in person
215 S. Fourth Ave., Velvet Touch. 668-9755. 63H1129
PEOPLE NEEDED to give massages. Also need
dancers and models. Over 18, flexible hours. Call
RESPONSIBLE PERSON for part time house clean-
ing. Hours flexible. Call 663-8732, eves. 07H1120
NEED A JOB? Sports officials needed for Intra-
mural Basketball, Volleyball, Min-Soccer, Hockey,
and Wrestling. Contact Sandy Sanders, 763-1313,
IM Sports Building. The Department of Recreational
Burns Security is looking for individuals for after-
noon and midnight shifts. These jobs are permanent
40 hour/week positions.nWe pay $3.08/hour to start.
Health and life insurance paid. For those unable
to work 40 hours, we have part time shifts available.
Please call 973-2970 or report in person to our
office 2500 Packard Rd., Suite 211, Ann Arbor.
Equal Opportunity Employer
WANTED-Sales Representatives to sell advertis-
ing on a commission basis for the MICHIGAN
DAILY. Contact Rod,764-0560. dH1119
HOUSECLEANING-Competent student needed
about eight hours a week. $3.00/hour, flexible hours.
Long-term job for a responsible person. 995-1010.
PERMANENT POSITION, $120/weekly. Ypsilanti
firm is now hiring aggressive and ambitious people
for a full time day shift position. We represent
about 60 major publishers and telephone residents
throughout the state of Michigan. Must be 18 years
of age, or older. Must be dependable. Guaranteed
weekly commissions. Earning potential unlimited.
Full company benefits. For a personal and confi-
dential interview call Mr. Taylor, 487-5051. 98H1119
the University Cellar is now accepting applications
for winter book rush. Full time temporary jobs
starting in December. Apply at the information
desk of the U-Cellar in the Michigan Union base-
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 District
Office, 3060 Packard Rd., or call 434-0327. 13H1129
KELLY HOME CARE
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M/F
dELP 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.
BUSIN ESS SE RV ICES
FAST SERVICE AT REASONABLE PRICES
HI F STUDIO
215 So. ASHLEY, DOWNTOWN
I BLK WEST OF MAIN BETW. LIBERTY &
TYPING-Professional/student rates.Fast, reliable
service. Ask for Barbara, 665-4286, 24 hours, cJtc
NEED TEN good Louisville tickets. Will PAY. Mike,
OSU-UM TICKETS. Pair on 40, best offer. 663-
WANTED-One set of season basketball tickets.
Will pay a fair price. In blue section. 761-2024
between6-9 p.m. 42Q1119
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
F U M E S A V E D C R I B
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C I T Y S P E A R
F A U L T Y S T E A L T H
A L L S S H I L L W E E
R O T C S H E L L C E L L
O U R H I L L H L K
D A S H O F F P H A R O S
I N A P T V 0 I R
A S S O R T S O P R A N O S
M 0 T 0 A W K W A R D A G E
O F I T L A Y E R E V E N
R A C Y K N E L T S E E D
Advertise in the
KOSHER KORNER, 715 Hill, will be open Saturday
night 6:30-12:30. Salafil special. Free french fries
with salafil. cM1119
'76 VW RABBIT-AM-FM, rust proof, Michelin
radials, $3,200.973-0937 6-9 p.m. 82N1123
1973 DODGE DART Swinger. Auto., air, full-power,
vinyl hardtop, AM/FM Tape, new tires, snows,
rear defroster. 995-3001. 75N1130
MALE STUDENT, TO SHARE BEDROOM IN
MODERN APT. Near campus. Reasonable rent.
Call 662-0251. 36Y1123
FEMALE-X-L bedroom, 2 man apt., fantastic
roommate, close. $115 including utilities. 994-0446.
B3ARG AIN COR NE R
MOVING SALE, everything goes. 12 in. black and
white TV, Garrard turntable, book shelves, winter
clothes, children's items. Sunday, Nov. 20, 11 a.m.-
5 p.m., 166McIntyre Dr. 662-0270. 49W1119
Daily Class if ieds
going my way?
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar
When you attend
TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY
you are truly in an international city.
TEL AVIV - a modern metropolis with a 5700-year old history.
+ Theatres Dances * Concerts
+ Archeological Excavations + Open Air Cafes
+.15 Art/History Museums *8 Synagogues
+ 4 Churches + 16 Consulates
+ 27 Embassies/Legations + 2 Monasteries
+ Artists Quarter * Mediterranean Beaches + All Sports
TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY - Israels largest university, equipped with
the most scientific equipment and installations.
+ 14 Faculties and Schools - Humanities, Exact and Life Sciences, General
and Social Sciences, Medicine, Dental, Law, Business, Music, Education,
Social Work and Engineering
* 45 Departments -Judaic Studies, Archeology, Physics, Mathematics,
Environmentaf Science, Economics, Labor, Human Medicine
* 51 Research Institutes - Space and Planetary, Archeological, Middle
Eastern and African Studies, Social Sciences, Geophysics, Philosophy,
economics, Medical, Biology and more, much more.
At Tel Aviv University you receive more than academic education,
you participate in both a Jewish and international life encounter.
Programs delivered in English. Accredited in U.S. & Canadian colleges.
Applications for Spring, 1978 Semester now accepted.
(February 26-June 16,1978)
AMERICAN FRIENDS OF TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY
342 Madison Avenue, New York, N.Y.10017
5 Elephant of
10 Oz. and lb.
14 Monogram part:
15 Former President
16 d'oeil (glance)
20 Type of acids
21 Big name in golf
27 Lily plant
34 Weeping woman
36 Side post of a
39 Ingredients of
45 Part of the
49 Say farewell
1 2 13 4
Mile of a sort:
51 Stared wide-eyed
54 Junket ingredient
58 A Gardner
59 Stop, at sea
62 Fallacies, in logic
63 Famous explorer
66 Do a household
THANKSGIVING in Philadelphia by private
plane. $75 round trip. Leave Wed. p.m., return
Fri. p.m. 662-5110. 81P1122
DRIVERS WANTED to Southern California and
Salt Lake City. Leave from , Detroit area. Gas
allowance provided. 1-478-1050. 72P1 127
BOOK XMAS VACATIONS NOW! Student travel
desk, also student charters. Regency Travel. Campus
location--corner William and Maynard, 601 E. Wil-
1 Lombardy city
2 With intention
and will: Lat.
4 Of nations or
6 Black birds
7 City on the Rhine
8 Heavenly ones,
9 Direction in music
11 Parade of a kind
12 Fabric for bridal
13 What radar checks
5 6 7 8 9
18 - Jerry, hot
19 Prepare copy
29 Arabian name
31 Dictionary abbr.
32 Labor gp.
33 Werewolf, in Paris
35 Feminine suffix
37 Jo's sister
38 Relative: Abbr.
42 Disclose formally
47 Vegetable dish
48 Roma's river
51 Child of the streets
52 Have - barrel
53 Office gadget
56 Relative of Betty
57 Word for a canape
60 One of the
1217 S. University '
64 Banking abbr.
>65 Old car
10 11 12
GET YOUR WRITING
OUT OF THE CLOSET!
THEGERBIL is the University of Michigan Literary
Magazine. We need your fiction and poetry.
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