e 8--Friday, December 9, 1977-The Michigan Daily
LOST-Gold bracelet. initials MLA & date 6-20-70
engraved on it. If found please call Melissa. 668-
2471 -leave message. 98A1210
MALE ROOMMATF NEEDED-$90/month and
electric, 10 minutes from campus. 4 person/2 bed-
room apt. Call Tom.668-6994. dU1209
2 BEDROOM Apartment, furnished. near cam-
pys--315 Catherine, No. 3. Call 665-3179. $310.00.
WINTER SUBLET-To share one bedroom apart-
ment with another woman. Excellent campus loca-
tion. Call 663-7453. 50U1211
ONE ROOM EFFICIENCY. good location. 8 month
lease. $180/month. 663-8642. 59UL1211
SUBLET FOR MAI E- 4 man, 2 bedroom apart-
ment.Call Gary, 994-3112. 73U1211
CALICO CAT, 9 months old, lost in vicinity of
Packard and Arch Sts. on or about Dec. 1. Answers
occasionally <though not usually) to "Harriet.",
Please call 662-7799, or stop by at 806 Packard.
FOUND-Sensitive Beagle near Stockwell Saturday
night. Call if yours or if you would like to have it.
Donna.764-1939 or Dan. 65-7668. uA A19
PINER SPE.wAER,3way, $140/pair. Ben-
Ja in-miiacor l turniahle. w /new artridge, $50.
Scott. 769-0197.9. -17111211
FOR SALE--Large oak dresser. 2 matching night
tables. Price negotiable. 663-7874. Call persistently.
FOR SALE-Female lease in double at Bursley'
Winter term. Call Sheryi, 763-3839 after 3 p.m.
WANTED--BAITS double-suite lease (female), own
room in 2-room suite. $80/month. Call Carolyn.
761-7435, evenings 5-7. 4281210
The 1978 MICHIGANENSIAN (U1-M'sYearbook) has
a limited number of 1977 Yearbooks on sale for
$12. They can be purchased at our office at 420
Maynard (next to S.A ., Mon.-Fri. 9 A.M.-5 PM.
SKI SWA'? run by U-M ski team. Bring equipment
in on Friday. Dec. 9 from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Equipment goes on sale Saturday, Dec. 10. 9 a.m. to
7 p.m. U-M Sports Coliseum, 721 S. Fifth at Hill.
For infocall 662-5477. 51B1211
Right over Broadway Bridge. One and two bed-
rooms. From $200. Free parking, flexible leases,
carpeting, appliances, laundry facilities. Call man-
ager, 665-0868. 73C1211
ROOMS FOR RENT, One now, two for next se-
mester. Very near campus, reasonable. 662-2734.
TWO GRAD STUDENTS NEED responsible third
woman for inexpensive, modern 3-bdrm. apt. w/lge.
living rm., fireplace, balcony. 7 min. walk to diag.
Prefer semi-vegetarian. Call Katie, 485-0440, days.
FOR RENT-Large one bedroom apt. Friendly,
Roommate INC. Lease thru August, $130/month,
many benefits, Oakland near Hill. Keith. 665-7533.
BEAUTIFUL, 6-bedroom house four blocks from
campus, two kitchens, private landlord. Call 665-
SINGLE ROOM in friendly old house. Jan.-Aug.
Call Carole after 6,.665-3211. 55C1211
ROOM FOR RENT, January 1, in furnished 3 person
apartment. Quiet study area, great location and
price. Peaceful, friendly atmosphere. Call Andrea,
LARGE 2 bedroom apt., buy lease Jan.-Aug., close
to campus, furnished. Call 663-2898. 53C1211
FOR SALE-ROOM in apt. with 4 other people.
Own room. Heat and water paid. Co-operative
cooking. Close to campus. Call 663-0036 or 995-
STILL AVAILABLE 12/6 -
Wanted-Female student to share condominium.
Private bedroom/bath: Kitchen and laundry facili-
ties. Air-conditioned. Quiet atmosphere. Lease
through May. $160/month. 971-2744. dC1211
Two bedroom unfurnished apartment. $225. Campus
location. 971-2132. 26C1211
Available January through August spacious fur-
nished one bedroom apartment only one block from
campus, parking$240/month, Call between 4-8 p.m.,
Lease for female in large house. Avail Jan-April.
$145/mo. Including room, board, utilities, phone,
laundry, parking. Close to UM campus. Call Shellie,
662-6744, dinner time & late at night until 1 a.m.
WANT MALE non-smoker to share large bedroom:
spacious apt., great view; available now or Jan.
through Aug.; $92.50; close to med center, central
campus. 5-7 p.m., 663-7049. 07C1209
THREE BEDROOM FARMHOUSE-15 minutes
from campus, total rent $200 plus utilities, 2 women
besides myself. Call 10 p.m. or Sun. Marcia, 437-
TAKE OVER APT. LEASE, Jan. thru Aug. Excel-
lent campus location. Bi-level, furnished, one bed-
room. Suitable for one or two. $250 per month
plus utilities. Call 995-2556 rsistentl . dC121
ULTIMATE for XMAS! LEICA CL Summicron f
2/40 & Elmer f 4/90. Mint condition. Soft case.
Extr s. 560omnpte A.6-8R 7.n8D111
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing. Drafting, Lettering
812 South State Street
11-6, 7 days/week 994-3594
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT-FREE (50) state sum-
mer employer information. Send a stamped, self-
addressed, legal size envelope to: SUMCHOICE,
Box 645, State College, PA 16801. 89F1211
to BOSTON area, leaving December 23, will share
driving and expenses. Call Maurice, 764-8679. dF1211
MAGICAL MAYAN HOLIDAY
THURS. 9:30 P.M.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS WELCOME
RIDE NEEDED TO NYC-Dec. 9-10th. Will share
WANTED-Amusing, witty, slightly bright, blond
male (preferably with blue eyes) to spend dull
hours with peculiar redhead. Will accept non-
Aryans if qualifications are exemplary.
Reply: Box 16 Daily
WISHING a wonderful sister many years of happi-
ness and success. Happy 20th Birthday to KAREN
KARBAL. Don't study too hard! 61F1208
BILLIARDS, PINBALL, and bowling. Open regular
hours during study and exam days. Open 1 p.m.
Dec. 27-30 at the Union. cF1210
WOULD YOU Like to rent that parking space
you're entitled to in your apartment but not using.
Campus Corner area. Call Cary, 994-0272. 46F1211
SAVE! 10%-25% ON COURSE
MATERIAL IN STOCK WHILE IT
LASTS. 535 E. LIBERTY
CRESCENT MUSIC STUDIO
Instruction in guitars, bass, flute and sax, vocal,
di ums, vibes, and piano. 662-7277. cFt
LOWEST COPY PRICES
211S. State (near Olga's)
Copies, course packs, while
PREGNANT? Need Help?
.all Problem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283. PregnancyJ
tests available. cFtc
$10 local van load
PSI, Graduate School of Professional Psychology.
Applications are currently being accepted for our
PhD program in Clinical-Counseling Psychology.
Existential-humanistic emphasis. State approved
for professional license. Write for free brochure;
current catalogue $1.00. Dr. George Muench, direc-
tor. Dr. Peter Koestenbaum, dean. PSI, 580 College
Avenue, Palo Alto CA 94306.52F1205
COME TO THE University Arts Chorale concert on
December 13 at Hill Auditorium at 8:00 p.m. The
concert is FREE and the choir will be presenting
works by Pergolesi, Bruckner, Finzi and Peeters.
CHANUKAH PARTY-Latkes, dreidels, singing, en-
tertainment and dancing (Israeli and otherwise).
Sat., Dec. 10, 7 p.m.-? at Hillel, 1429 Hill St.
MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR
(It's good for our business)
1209 S. University
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
100 dealers of anything and everything. 214 E.
Michigan at Park, downtown Ypsilanti. Fri. 6 p.m.-
10 p.m., Sat. and Sunday 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Dealers
welcome. 971-7676 days, 487-5890 weekends. 50F1210
HOLIDAY HOUSE CLEANING-Expertly done by
U grad student. References if requested. ( Call 995-
LOWEST COPY PRICES
IN THE MID-WEST!
Accu-Copy,514 E. William, 769-8338
PRIMAL at the Personal Growth Center, 403 Miller,
971-0102. Established since 1972. eF1211
FEMALE GRAD STUDENT wishes to share apart-
ment with same. Main campus preferred. Starting
winter term. Call collect 1-358-3697 after 5. 71L106
WILL TAKE OVER LEASE for winter term, sum-
mer (?). 2-3 bedrooms near campus. Dan, 665-
Large one bedroom or two bedroom apartment want-
a n camnu for winer ter-m 995-4704 . 29L1210
EDITORIAL & PUBLICATION SERV.
Editing " Writing " Design Translation
manuscripts, reports, articles
pick-up & delivery 668-8899
SAVE! 10%-25% ON COURSE
MATERIAL IN STOCK WHILE IT
LASTS. 535 E. LIBERTY.
- - - --75J1211
TYPING-Any kind of manuscript. Selectric type-
writer. 663-5979. 51Jl209
WRITERS AIDE SERVICE INC. Professional edit-
ing and writing. Expert directional assistance for
papers, theses, 1-557-2755. cJtc
A PROFESSIONAL TYPIST
is your best bet. Dissertations, manuscripts, papers,
etc. Reasonable/guaranteed/references. 434-9027.
NEED HELP with your Holiday cleaning? We do a
variety of chores expertly done by grad student.
References if requested. Call 995-2388. dJ
PROFESSIONAL TYPING done at student prices.
Call Candy, 663-3834. 05J1211
TYPING-Professional/student rates. Fast, reliable
service. Ask for Barbara, 665-4286,24 hours. cJtc .
ROOMMATE WAN1E to take over lease next
semester in comfortable modern apt. Call 663-
ROOMMATE WANTED winter term. (lose to cam-
pus. 668-7200 anytime. 00Y1211
ROOMMATE WANTED (prefer grad male). Own
room in 2-bdrm. apt. near campus. Spacious
$133 includes heat. 66:3-1786. 99'Y1211
ROOMMATES S NEEDED-Upstair apartment,
10 yards from campus. No utilities. Furnished.
Immediately. 665-%31. Serious individuals only.-
OWN ROOM IN HOUSE for Jan.-April Close to
campus. $87 per month plus utilities. ('all Steve
S.. 995-4841. dYl211
FEMALE ROOMMATE to share furnished apart-
ment with a female nurse/student. Call 971-9652
or work number 764-1306. Ask for Jan. 08Y1'211
FEMALE HIOUSEMATE preferred for spacious.
three-bedroom duplex close to campus Completely
remodeled--huge kitchen, new carpeting. appli-
ances. Own room. Jan.-April. $150/month. 769-5846
I NEED A FEMALE ROOMMATE to share my
lovely 2 bedroom apt. in quiet Brookside complex
(by Arbor Springs Water Co.), $125 mo. (all eve
nings 663-8365 or 482-8173. 09Y1211
OWN ROOM Near campus. furnished parking. 4
month lease, male or female. $100 per month
665-4600. dY 1211
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED -$90/month and
electric, 10 minutes from campus. 4 person/2 bed-
room apt. Call Tom, 668-6994. dYI209
M/F ROOMMATE WANTED (1/78). co-op. If de-
sired, large single room. $100/month. 663-0746
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED, selling lease. 4
man, 2 bedroom apt., furnished, A/C, disposal.
10 min. from campus, med. center. $73/month and
elec., 820 Fuller, No. 102. Phone 668-0524 evenings.
ONE MALE OPENING in 2-bedroom, 4-map apart-
ment, five minutes from campus. $93.75/month,
heat included. Jan. 1-Aug. Call 668-24:35. 80Y1211
WOMAN WANTED to share apt. w/3 cosmic
women, $85/mon., great location. 662-0173. 37611211
FEMALE HOUSEMATE NEEDED--Own room-
near campus. $125/month including utilities. Jan-
uary-April lease. Call 995-3934 persistently. 7BY1206
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED-Share modern
apartment near campus. $115/month includes utili-
ties. parking. 994-1271. 59Y1209
ROOMMATE NEEDED. Share 2-bedroom, furnished
apt. Jan.-Apr. No utilities. $f35/month. 665-4991.
'71 LTD Brougham, white, air. radials, loaded,
runs super, very clean, $475. Call 761-4113 92N1209
FORD ECONOLINE VAN 1972-Excellent condi-
tion, V-8 automatic AM,2 heaters, asking $2,500.
769-4831. 43N 106
Maverick. 1972--6 cylinder, automatic, 2 door.
55.000 miles, new tires and snows, good mechani-
cal condition and good mileage. $700 or best offer,
662-6908 evenings best. 20NI210
72 Vega -as is. Cheap. Call Joe-995-4483. 28N1010
DRIVER NEEDED-To drive 1974 vega to Miami
by Dec. 27th. Gas and oil paid Call collect, 419-
535-0888. 90P 1211
FLORIDA-Going? Let us get you there and back
in style. Free ride for two female companions.
Leave Dec. 16, back Jan. 3. 313/661-4922. 39P1211
RAI' LEASE Double, carpet, refrig.., TV. Call
'hyllis. 763-2846. 971211
ROM FOR R ENT for I in furn. : person apt.
F'male preferred. Peaceful friendly atmosphere.
'all Andrea. 761-9124. dC1211
LOOKING FOR HOUSING. A ROOMMATE, TEN-
ANTS Ot REP ACEMENT-TENANTS? Come to
the UM Off-Camnpus Housing Office, 1011 SAB. 8
a.m.-4:30 p.m. weekdays to place a free display
ad. It you are a student or a registered landlord.
('heck out the ads to find housing 763-205. 57C106
EFFICIENCY in modern building on State Street
across from Law School. Completely furnished,
190 per month. Jan.-Aug. Call 995-3419 anytime.
JAN.-AUG--Fall option. Single in quiet grad house
near Union. Share meals. $86 plus utilities, food.
OWN ROOM in furnished tri-level, 1'2 baths, excel-
lent location, immediate occupancy. Jan.-Aug. $130
or $104,male preferred. 665-7431. dC O6
GE ROOM with fireplace for one or two people
-bedroom apartment. January. 665-6415. 90C1211
UDENT ROOM FOR RENT-Non-smoker, male
-aferred. North Campus area, near Northwood
ts. & University bus. Kitchen privileges. Day
"4173 night after 6, 761-9211. 23C1211
RNISHED SINGLE room with kitchen privileges.
-3795 482-7329. dC211
1N ROOM for rent in 2 bedroom apartment.
are apt. with 2 med students. Great location 2
n, to med., 5 min. to Diag. Call whenever, 663-
' EDROOM APARTMENT for rent near Central
d Medical Campus. Reasonable. Call 663-8173.
3EDROOM HOUSE. furnished. Campus location.
) OMS FOR RENT-Singles and doubles, board
N ROOM IN COED, cooperative house for grad
ae. 994-0766 36(1211
NOW 20% OFF
20 % Off
you wait! 662-3969
Our prices really are the lowest
5 MIN. WALK to campus. Exchange room and
board for some childcare, cooking' housekeeping.
Warm mature, caring female preferred. Call 668-
6711 after6:30 p.m. 91E1211
MAKE NEW FRIENDS! Student co-ops. Share
work, have fun. Visit Inter-Cooperative Council,
4009 Michigan Union. 662-4414. 96E1209
DECEMBER '77 GRADS-LSA NOT USING YOUR
COMMENCEMENT TICKETS? I NEED THEM!!
PLEASE CALL PENNY, 769-3352. REWARD:
HOMEMADE CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES!!!
OPENINGS in United Kingdom student exchange
program available: social service volunteer work
for 6-10 weeksthis summer in Scotland or Eng-
land. Opportunity to travel as well; all living
expenses paid. For more information call Connie
van Eeghen, 668-6998. 03F1210
The 1978 MICHIGANENSIAN (U-M's Yearbook)
has a limited number of 1977 Yearbooks on sale
for $12. They can be purchased at our office at
420 Maynard (next to S.A.B.1) Mon.-Fri. 9 AM-
5 PM. dF1210
FOR 24-HR. PERSONAL COUNSELING and RE.-
FERRAL call 76-GUIDE. For University phone num-
bers. events, and movies call 764-1817, for student
phone numberscall764-2330. cF416
XEROX AND OFFSET
FAST, LOW COST DUPLICATING
1217 S. University 769-0560
DRIVERS WANTED to Southern California and
Salt Lake City. Leave from Detroit area. Gas
allowance provided. 478-1050. 97G1211I
FREE-3 month old puppy. Must be taken im-
mediately. 662-4984. 87T1210
JUDY-Look under your bed. S.S.
ROSE BOWL TICKETS-Group rates available.
John Roulac, P.O. Box 4101, Pasadena, CA 91106.
NEED A RIDE T(1 THE AIRPORT?
Call Yellow Cab for rates
-3 ride for the price of I-
MINORITY STUDENTS-Spaces still open in the
ICC Coops for winter semester. Member-owned.
member-controlled, low cost. Call Inter-Coopera-
tiveCouncil at 662-4414. 06F1211
QUALITY CRAFT PERIODICALS:
American Indian Art Magazine
A Periodical Retreat, 316 S. State, 66:3-0215
WHOOP IT UP with bubble bath finger paints for
a colorful and exciting bath. Little Dipper Candles,
415 N. Fifth Ave. in Kerrytown (adjacent to Farmer's
AMY L--What do you say we meet late tonight so
I can give you something you always wanted.
Your Mystery Lover :35F1209
THE EROTIC AND THE HOLY-HUMAN SEXU-
ALITY AND THE ACT OF FAITH -The NOW
message awaiting your dialing on ENERGY LINE
-phone 663-5366 now! An on the spot report of a
lecture this week in Ann Arbor by Dr. Sam Keen.
theologian, philosopher, author, Consulting Editor
of PSYCHOLOGY TODAY. Call now-phone 663-
5:366. FOR A FREE COPY OF THE ENERGY
LINE HOLIDAY NEWSLETTER simply address
P.O. Box 7484, Ann Arbor. 48107 and enclose a
stamped self-addressed, legal sized envelope.
PEACE. ..JOY ... LOVE! cF1211
NERDY is Kilgore von Traut
in a general way,
or should I say
He's a general,
in a nerdy way?
He speaks thru his snoutr
on theories no one knows about.
But, no matter.
for he's a likeable fellow,
even if his feet are made of jello.
-a fan from the store dF1211
WINTER LEASE FOR SALE TO FEMALE. Super
inexpensive, $150/month room and board. Good
campus location. 665-9349. 86F1211
1978 Michigan Rose Bowl T-Shirts
406 E. Liberty
DON'T GET MARRIED.. .
Until you call 973-9300.
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
LOOM LARGE IN SOMEONE'S LIFE. GIVE a hand
loom as a holiday gift, from the Wild Weft Yarn
Shop, 415 N. 5th Avenue, Kerrytown. 761-2466.
CURIOUS-Is anybody out there interested in
helping organize a Comedy Film Club, dedicated
to the screening, analysis, and appreciation of film'
comedians and their work. If so, contact Mark
Beyer, 665-0102. dF1211
WANTED-PATRON for poet (woman) who will
be graduating in April. Patrons with legacies will
be given preference. Please reply to The Daily,
Box 4. dF1211
SUBMIT YOUR FICTION and poetry to The Gerbil
magazine, 1006 Angell Hall, The Hopwood Room.
Deadline for the next issue is February 1. dF1211
JAZZ AT THE UNIVERSITY CLUB
with the FORCE. Vincent York featured also sax
soloist with the Duke Ellington Orchestra. Ned
Mann bass, Larry Manderville piano and Kenneth
Bolds former drummer five years with Lionel Hamp-
ton Drums at the University Club cocktail lounge
each Friday and Saturday evenings 9:30 p.m.-
1:30 a.m. throughout the Fall. No cover charge,
free trial membership available from the hostess.
r PIZA DEIA V rYI Vu E
Must be 18, part-tine only. Positions open now
and taking applications now for next term. No car
necessary. Apply in person only after 4 p.m..
Omega Pizza.101 Washtenaw Place. 021H1211
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS now for full and
part time help for January. Hours flexible from
6:00 a.m -1 a m. Apply in person at McDonald's.
337 Maynard St. 0711211
TENN IS PROS AND ASSISTANT PROS-Seasonal
and year-round clubs: good playing and teaching
background. Call 13011 654-3770, or send 2 complete
resumes and 2 pictures to: Col. . Reade. W.T.S.,
8401 Connecticut Ave., Suite 1011, Chevy Chase, MD
AIRCRAFT RFhFUELER--Part-time Sat. & Sun.,
Mon. teves.). Ann Arbor Airport. $2.50-$3.oo/hr.,
20-24 hrs./wk. Call761-3757. 96H1211
NEEDED IMMEDIATlELY -Dishwasher at Univer-
sity Club. Apply in person. Ask for the chef be-
BABYSIT'TER WANTED for delightful 1 year old.
Monday a.m.'s 8:30-12:30..Own transportation. Call
HOUSECLEANING-12 hrs./week, flexible. Walk-
ing distance tozampus. Start January or immedi-
ately. Call 662-7169 after 3:30 p.m. 7011121
TENNIS INSTRUCTOR wanted for Ann Arbor's
largest indoor tennis club. Experience necessary.
Part time weekends. Call Jon Fischer, 662-5514.
DISHWASHERS-Full or part time evenings. $3.00/
hr. Apply in person, Monday-Friday 3 p.m.-6 p.m.
Great Lakes Steak Company, S. State at Ellsworth.
BABYSITTER. 6-8 hrs./week, preferably after-
noons. 769-2658. 67H1209
JANITORIAL HELP--2 openings, hours arranged,
$:3.00/hour with incentive. Apply in person, Fox
Village Theater, Maple Village Shopping Center.
Ann Arbor, Saturday, Dec. 10. 1977, 9 a.m.-noon.
STOCKPERSON--Tues., Thurs. & Sat. from 3-6:45
p.m. Must have drivers license. Village Apothecary,
1112 S. University. Apply in person, see Mr. Kreye.
PART' TIME Lifeguards needed. Men and women
needed to guard indoor swimming pools. Contact
Ellen Gold, 763-4560, Department of Recreational
INTRAMUR AL SPORTS OFFICIALS needed -Men
and women needed to officiate basketball, volley-
ball, mini-soccer, hockey. Contact Sandy Sanders.
763-131:3 IDepartment of Recreational Sports. 40111211
Exciting tasks on new technology in the auto in-
dust ry. A degree and PDP-10 ( Decsystem 0/20 1
assembly language ability are required. December
or January graduates encouraged to apply. ('all
Hob Sims ANYTIME at:
994-0044 Ann Arbor
Student needed to help small firm with growing
pains. Hours/pay flexible. Start now or after exams.
Mr. Carpenter, 482-3480. 88111209
A'THIfFE'S SHOP--Now accepting applications for
full and part time personnel. Apply between 2:1)-
5:00 p.m. M-F 309 S. State Street. 09111209
KELLY HOME CARE
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M/F
For sale: compact stereo with built-in 8-track play-
er excellent condition. Call 662-2292. 3 X1209
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Edited by Margaret Farrar
DO YOUR CHRISTMAS shopping at
Apothecary. Colognes, wines, liquors.
Apothecary, 1112 S. University.
TUT T-SHI IR'TSOURCE
1 Night people
14 Pour down
16 Amusement park
17 She, in Italy
18 Type of soup
19 Sharp cry,
20 Heavy snow
24 City section
25 Dishes to be
26 Kind of drawing
29 City of the
34 Sounded kittenish
37 's ale (water)
39 Mother of
41 Timetable, for
42 Noted London
46 Name meaning
1977 LOS ANGELES TIMES
51 Classroom ordeal
52 Welfare, old style
53 Notably elegant
56 Good citizens
60 Un ami-
61 Not worldly-wise
65 Part of a radio
68 To boot
1 Midianite slain
3 " Marlene"
5 Highly glossed
6 Shade of blue
8 Opposite of
9 Make more
10 Give up: Colloq.
23 Motels of yore
25 One with a
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