THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, January 21, 1977
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FREE RENT Wanted: Student to ONE BEE
maintain nursery school and do campus.
small repairs. Live-in efficiency, on water pa
5-acre farm located between Ann 662-8282.
Arbor and Ypsi. Call 483-FARM --
from 8-4:30. 99C0127 ONE BE
LARGE ROOM with 2 outside en- ! heat pai
trances. Central campus. $100. Call
665-2407, or 434-7627. 940125
ROOM FOR RENT in large house, wantedt
Good location, good people. 1004 from can
Olivia. 761-7610. 7700121 after 6:0'
Large furnished house avail. May 1.
Suitable for 5 or 6 people. No pets, D
12 month lease. Call 769-3590.
AVAILABLE NOW-Own room with
owf half-bathroom. Kitchen, up-
stairs full bath, fireplace. Excellent Well- ns
location, very close to campus. $90j buildings
mo. Female preferred. Call 668-7659.
FOR RENT SUBLET
DROOM furnished apt., near GREAT LOCATION - Partly furn-
Carpeting. A/C, heat and ished, spacious one bdrm. apt. with
id. $197/mo. Days, 764-,4269; carpeting. Quiet and sunny. Back-
after 5 p.m. 850122 yard, parking. $225. Sublet through
DROOM apartment, great
includes dishwasher. A/C,
d. $235/mon. 665-8825.
PROFESSIONAL W O M A N
to share house four miles
mpus, 971-0244, persistently
nished units in modern
and unique older homes.
STOP BY SOON
Mete information and best
ROOM FOR RENT, near campus,
$125.00/mo. Call 665-7854 or 434-5809.
RESIDENT MANAGER-Big rent re- 1335 S. UNlIVERSITY
duction for couple to do light care- 665-8825
taking. 665-8825. 28C121 Monday-Friday 9-5:30, Saturday 10-2
SINGLE ROOM available: come to
1331 Washtenaw Ave., Apt. 1, or call VISCOUNT APTS.
663-7231. 44C0123 2 and 3 Bedroom
_-bi-levels and tri-levels
PERSON WANTED, own room, 3- MODEL OPEN
bdrm,. house, friendly people. 662-1
8407. 520129 Mon.-Fri., 3-5 p.m.
__Weekends 12-2 p.m.
STUDENT ROOMS: big and private. 1316 Geddes, No. 5
$90, to small, $75. 769-2432. 4700201 ctc
CHURCH and South University, 3- WANTED TO RENT
bedroom house for rent. Available _
immediately. 663-0788. 4800121 830 FOR HELPING find us an ac-
_ _ _ _ceptable 5-8 bdrm. house. 662-1241
or 994-0671. 83L122
DR. PAUL C. USLAN TWO WOMEN ARE LOOKING FOR
just that right place. Do you have
OPTOMETRIST a 2 bedroom apt. that we can sublet
for the summer and then take the
Eye Exam inations fall option? We'd like something
Full Contact Lens Service cozy, close to campus with light for
Cold Sterlizotion for plants, a nice kitchen for cooking
Soft Lenses and not outrageously expensive.
Houses are especially nice! So, where
545 CHURCH ST. in Ann Arbor can we find all that?
7 22 - Call Debbie at 764-0560 or Lani at
769- 764-0562, days. or Deb at 764-9671
eves. PLEASE ! dLtc
I August. Call after 4 p.m., 662-3041.
TWO WOMEN wanted for large bed-
room in two bedroom furnished
apartment. Immediate occupancy.
Call Jult, 994-0511 after 5 p.m.
ROOM IN HOUSE, 1 block from
campus, $95/mo. Call 761-9124.
ROOM AND BOARD,
BOARDING HOUSE-Male grad stu-
dents, meals served, close to cam-
pus. Renting now or small deposit
holds room for spring/summer, fall
term. 769-3875. 30E0123
SHARE great 2 person apt. NOW
UNTIL MAY, superior location.
Must see. $130, complete plus bonus.
Male, non-smoker. 662-6024. 91YO121
FEMALE WANTED, own room. $80/
mo. plus 1/4 utilities. Off campus.
Linda, 971-9164. 70Y0123
FEMALE ROOMMATE-Share beau-
tiful 2 bedroom apt., 3 miles from
campus, Fall '77, $115/mo. Pool,
tennis courts, central A/C, dish-
washer, etc. Call persistently, 434-
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed to
share 2-bdrm. 3-person apt. Mustf
be serious student or working wo-
man. Furnished close to campus
$110 per month. 1-274-5260. 50Y123
MALE ROOMMATE wanted to share
tcomfortable 2-bdrm. apt. near North
Campus with male grad. Would pre-
fer someone who can take over half
the lease through Aug. 31. $120/mo.
Call eves between 7 and 10 995-4066.
WANTED - 5 tickets to "Sherlock
Holmes" Saturday night. Call 668-
NEED 4 TICKETS to any Saturday
UM basketball game. 665-8533.
LOST AND FOUND
LOSE A SCARF in 1505 CCL on
Wednesday? Identify and collect it
in the Michigan Daily business
LOST - Large, orangish/yellow cat
named Orangeaid. Looks like "Mor-
ris." 994-1846, days; 761-0547, nights;
764-3876, anytime. 61A122
REWARD - Information leading to
return of "Language Learning"
Journals removed from Union, De-
cember 16, 1976, in white suitcase.
No questions asked. 668-8859. 64A0123
LOST-A diamond ring on January
17. Reward. Call after 6 p.m. 995-
FOUND: One set of keys on ring on
Prospect near East University, Fri.,
Jan. 14th. Gary, 995-0308. dA121
AUDIO SNAKES-11, 15, 19, 23 and
27 channels on sale now. Life-time
warranty on workmanship and two
years on material. Call Nayco En-
gineering, 971-8795. 04X127
ACOUSTIC Research AR-16 speakers
(100 watt), pair $165. Dual 1225
turntable w/base/cover, plus Stan-
ton 500 EE cartridge, $110. Technics
SA-5150 receiver, $155. All compon-
ents in new, excellent condition.
Hardly used, due to studies. W/
warranties. 763-1345. Andy. 1415
Cambridge. 4/mo. old. 72X0122
CRITERION 777 3-way speakers.
$240/pair new, asking $150, or best
offer. Like new, great sound. 662-
2 RAMIREZ GUITARS, classical
concert model. Imported new from
Spain. Call 994-5917. 46X0125
FENDER Bandmaster, $195. 45 watts
R.M S. 761-9431. cX0128
TEAC 2300 S tapedeck-Little'used,
must sacrifice. $300 or best offer.
Call 995-9337. 31X0122
USED CRESTWOOD GUITAR, $55.
Call 761-9431. cX0128
ROAD AMPS, Rowland pianos and
Earth amps available for in-store
demo. Call for appointment. Apollo
Music Center, 769-1400. cX0126
PINBALL & COFFEE
The Cross Eyed Moose and Tommy's
Holiday Camp invite you to enjoy
free coffee every morning. cM0227
VIVITAR 85-205 MACRO ZOOM on
mount, with case, filters. Like new,
$105. 485-7925. evenings. 32D0121
WEEKEND IN TORONTO, $40. Feb.
11-13th. Includes: Round-trip bus
transportation and two nights in
excellent downtown Toronto hotel.
Questions? Call U.A.C. Travel, 763-
FORD MUSTANG, '69. Real good
condition. Newly painted. Call Rick
Lamirand, 483-0322. . dN0123
1974 Brown PLYMOUTH Fury 3, 2
door, only 25,000 miles. AM/FM
stereo, air conditioning. Best offer.
Hurry. Call 668-8457, ask for Jon.
'69 CUTLASS. $125 or best offer.
'69 VOLVO 142S. Excellent condition
4-speed, recently rust-proofed. $2200.
Jeremy, 665-7941. 63N0126
1972 VEGA 2-door coupe, standard
transmision, good condition, 46,000
miles, snow tires, $775. Call Terry,
663-9279. ' dN0121
'71 FORD CUSTOM. V8. auto, PB,
PS, excellent starting and running.
Asking $600. Call 995-8465, after 5
'72 PINTO, blue body, white vinyl
top, A/C, radio. Drives like a dream.
Great buy for $800. 769-2652. 22N0122
'64 VW BEETLE, completely restored
to mint condition. Rust-proofed.
769-1077 after 6 p.m. 15N121
You haven't played pinball at the
Cross Eyed Moose yet, have you?
613 E. Liberty. Open everyday.
LOOKING FOR TUTOR in Shoshone
language. Judy Vander, 971-9040.
NEED SOMEONE to work lunches
and/or weekends at SDT sorority
for meals. Call 769-4472 or 761-7553.
TEACHERS at all levels. Foreign
and Domestic Teachers, Box 1063,
Vancouver, Washington, 98660.
EARN EXTRA MONEY -Part-time
as a Shaklee distributor, selling
top -'quality products. Unlimited
earnings, qualify for car. Call Jeff
Meltzer at 764-3680. cH0212
CAMP SEA-GULL will be inter-
viewing Thurs., Jan. 27. at theSAB
build. The following jobs are avail-
able: Tennis, Gymnastics, Arts &
Crafts, S w i m m i n g Instructors,
Nurse, and Dramatics. Contact the
Summer Placement Office for ap-
JEWELRY DESIGNERS-We want to
buy your original jewelry designs.
Phone (313) 362-1271, ask for David
Aronotiz or Vince Lubin. 76H0126
JANITORIAL HELP-Hours arranged
to suit schedule. $3-4/hr. Interview
in person, Sat., Jan. 22, 10:30-2:30'
p.m. Fox Village Theatre, Maple
Village Shopping Center. 84H121
DANCER NEEDED for private party
to jump out of cake. Call 663-9447
after 6 p.m. 60H121
BABYSITTER! Professor and work-
ing wife want affectionate, creative
babysitter for 2 pre-schoolers. Week-
days, 8-5, or live-in. Excellent pay.
References, please. Call 995-5454 be-
tween 9 and 5. 56H0121
,MASSEUSES WANTED, $8 hr. Apply
in person, 215 S. Fourth Ave.A
BABYSITTER needed for 6-yr.-old,
Mon. ,Thurs., Friday, from 3:30 p.m.
to 7:30 p.m. Contact Sue at 76.
1285. Central Campus area. 34H0125
UAC PRINT SHOP needs work-study
student 5-10 hours/week. Print-
minieo-sales, $3.00/hour. Call 763-
Must be 18, part time only. Apply
in person after 4 p.m. Omega Pizza,
101 Washtenaw Place. Start immedi-
MOTHER OF TWO needs college
student for summer helper to live
in. Must swim. Call collect 557-6693
or write 24200 Pierce, Southfield,
MI 48075. 90H127
CUT AIR TRAVEL COSTS up to %.3
You CAN save money using our new
Air-Travel Referral Service. Call 482-
3480. We'll send details. Logisco In-
2 OLD VIOLINS-One German copy.
Palo Maggine of Brescia, $450.00.
The The other German made Ant.
Stradivarious, $250.00. These have
been professionally appraised. 517-
BASS PLUS BOOTS, Men's 10%.
Paul, 487-9325; Annette, 995-0123.
DOUBLE BASS - With stand and
bow. Like new. Call 971-4807: Ask
for Mike, Mon. thru Sat., 9 to 5 p.m.
PIANO. Fine old upright. Very good
condition. $300. 663-0788. 38B0122
k2 ELITE SKIS, 190 cm. Solomon
S 40, Helerling boots, Scott poles.
$150. 764-6702. 23B0122
TEN-SPEED: Basket pump bottle,
tools. Best offer. 685-6299. 57Z0125
TYPING - Fast, reasonable rates.
Call 769-2645 today. 98J0121
STUDENT TYPING - Professional,
reasonable rates. 994-4309, ask for
POUND HOUSE CHILDREN'S CEN-
TER unexpectedly has openings,
2% to 5-yr.-olds. If -interested call
764-2547, Marla or Kathy. 86J0123
EXPERIENCED piano teacher, for-
mer U-M music student, now ac-
cepting students. Will also play for
parties. Reasonable. Debbie, 482-
0041, eves. 95J127
TYPING done in my home. Call
Isabel, 973-9618. 32J202
ACCURATE TYPING, 60c per page.
Dave Saginaw, 764-0824, 6-7 p.m.
FLUTE INSTRUCTOR on faculty
of three colleges. Member of pro-
fessional duo. Will teach begin-
ning-advanced students in home.
Ten min. drive from campus. 429-
Typing. Copying, Binding
Editing, Drafting, Lettering
812 South State Street
11-6, 7 days/week 994-3594
Classical-Private or class lessons by
concert performer. Reasonable rates.
Guitar Gallery, 236 Nickels Arcade.
662-5888, or 485-0310, eve. 81J0122
TYPING AND PRINTING. IBM
Selectric. 20 yrs. experience. 116 E.
Party? Products? Interested? Call
"MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR"
(it's good for our business)
1209 S. University, 663-7151
and save 25% on all our tapers. 25%
off Baldwin solid brass candlesticks
and accessories. 25% off all Mexican
tin. Jan. 21-29. Many other nice
things marked down. Little Dipper
Candles, 415 N. Fifth Ave. in Kerry-
town (adjacent to Farmer's Market).
at the University Club with the'
Root's Trio: Noel Cunningham,
piano; Ted Hartley. bass; Stanley
Slaughter, drums. Friday and Satur-
day evenings 9 p.m.-1 a.m. in the
club cocktail lounge in the Michigan
Union building. Ask hostess for a
free trial membership card. 763-2236.
INVESTIGATE our foreign entangle-
ments. Yarns from around the
world for weaving, knitting, ma-
crame, basketry. WILD WEFT
YARNS, 415 N. Fifth, Kerrytown
"JOB MARKET: Present & Future":
A Hillel stalkby Barbara Nurenberg
of the Jewish Vocational Service.
Sunday, 11:30 a.m., preceeded by 11
a.m. brunch (lox-bagels, $1). All are
WOMEN'S SEXUALITY workshop
by Tapestry, Feminist Counselors,
Jan. 24 through Feb. 14. Mondays
8-10. $25.00. Call 761-3607, or 668-
REFORM and Conservative Jews
have their own weekly Shabbat
services at Hillel: 5 p.m. for C, 8
p.m. for R. cF0121
At the Personal Growth Center, 403
Miller, 971-0102. cFtc
DHARMA STUDY GROUP, a Bud-
dhist meditation group under the
direction of Ven. Chogyam Trungpa,
Rinpoche, meets weekly for. medita-
tio and study. For information.
phone 761-3352 or 994-6657. cFtc
"CHASSIDIC Lore and Music" - A
slide-sound show. Chabad House,
715 Hill St. Saturday night, January
22, 7:30 p.m. FREE. 78F121
LOSE WEIGHT, learn about whole,
foods. Informal clases. 663-2167.
WAS THAT YOU I saw strolling
across the 'diag'? Where have you
been?. I've been waiting! Michigan
Daily, Box 14. dFO121
Here's the opportunity for prac-
tical experience working with
young people. Innovative Tutorial
offers credit. Contact Ellen Offen,
ACT NOW-JOIN N.O.W.
Call often. 995-5494
EXPERIENCED Chemist seeks to
purchase large quantity of acid,
Write Daily Box 88. dF122
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFtc
SINGER WANTED-Mature woman
with a good ear for harmonizing to
join a small group for the love of
singing. No financial remuneration.
Requires potential long-term com-
mitment. Voice should be clear,
natural, with excellent intonation.
Phone 663-5242, or 475-8346. 75F0124
AD deadline Is 12 noon the day
before publication (4 p.m. Fri.
for Sun.) including corrections
and cancellations. The Daily is
not responsible for miore than
nne incorrect insertion of an ad.
ALvertisements may be removed
from publication but will be
billed according to original num-
'er of days ordered. This policy
is also applicable to ads requir-
.ng pre-payment. i.e., no refunds.
Information regarding content of
classified ads cannot be. dis-
closed prior to publication. Ad-
vertisers names may never be
Numier of lines in advertise-
ment is determined by total
number of words-5 words/line.
*-Help Wanted" ads cannot dis-
criminate on the basis of sex,
color, .reed or national origin to
any extent (i.e. "preferably" is
"Found" ads are run free-of-
charge to a maximum of 3 lines
for 3 days. n
WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
CAROL AND PHYLLIS F.-
I LOVE YOU BOTH, MADLY,
ACADEMY BOOK BINDERY has
moved. 722 Brooks, Ann Arbor, 995-
ACU..I Tournaments for men and
women. Pocket Billiards Sat. & Sun,
Jan. 22-23, 12 p.m. Bowling, Sat.,
Jan. 22, 10 a.m Mich Union. cF$121
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Through B e h a v I o,r Modification.
Weight Control National, 994-0019.
Lowest Prices Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William, 665-4321
PERSONAL GROWTH GROUP -
Wednesday evenings - Centering,
clarifying, sharing, asserting, re-
sponding. Bob, Margaret Blood, 769-
XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
1217 S. Unil sity 769-0560
TWOr WORKSHOPS with Peter
Fleming, Pellin Institute. Feb. 3-6.
Sex, Love, Affection: Intimate rela-
tions Feb. 10-13. People work: train-
ing in Gestalt methods. Details 665-
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announces that all men's and
women s sheepsikncoats willbe
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Positions available throughout
America for interested volun-
teers. Excellent opportunities
with great responsibility for
hig h1y motivated individuals.
Openings in a variety of fields.
Paid travel, training, health care
and living allowance.
For full details and requirements
arrange for an interview with
recruiters in the Career and
Placement Center, for Jan. 25-27,
9-4:30 each day. 00H121
EXCELLENCE IN TYPE
Personalized IBM Selectric Type
Ragged Right and Justified Margins
EDITING, PRINTING, LETTERING
P.O. Box 181 Ypsilanti, Mich.
Ms. Stephens 434-1984
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PINBALL, Billiards, and Bowling
all at the Union. Open tonight til
1 a.m. cF0122
I S R A E L I FOLKDANCE continues
Sundays, 1-3 p.m., at Hillel, 1429
Hill St. Instruction and advanced.
UNDERGRADS: Attention! Sunday
Supper 75c, cooperatively cooked,
Fellowship program. Good food.
Wesley Foundation, 602 E. Huron at
State, 668-6881. 5:30 celebration, 6:15
meal. 7 p.i. program. 96F123
GREYHOUND bus seats, $25-35 per
pair, reclines-excellent for party
rooms, TV watching. 449-2668.
SHABBAT DINNER-Each Friday at
6 p.m. at Hillel, 1429 Hill. Best
chicken dinner in town, only $2.50.
663-3336 for reservations. cF0121
X-C SKIER with 41 cm feet? We
have a boot for you, $15.00 ea., 2
for $25.00-retails for $40.00. Call
Linda, 655-0701. 65F123
Work with inmates. Learn of
criminal "justice." Inmate Project
offers credit. Contact Susan Hilde-
brandt, 763-3548. 32F123
NEED SOMETHING for that next
party? How about a refrigerator
with beer tap and C02 cylinder.
$55.00. 449-2668. 67F123
WHEN YOU THINK of prescrip-
tions, think of us. Village Apothe-
cary, 1112 S. Univ.Ave. cFtc
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17 A kind of cake
19 Fence material
25 Rational -
29 Puzzling person
36 Olive or peanut
38 Place fora.
39 Uppish one
40 - loss
41 Force back
42 In agreement
45 Sun -,hobos
47 Latin lesson
2 3 --rn-
49 Oriental weight
62 Barker's line
63 Los Angeles
64 Neck part
66 Hoot, --4
1 Sonata, for
3 Cold wind from
4 Asian plain
5 Once owned
9 Make --
of a sort
22 Oklahoma city
24 Shoulder ---
30 Generous one
31 Detroit foot-
32 Dresden's river
35 Kind of fish
42 Chise: Poet.
44 Author, and
46 Swing to and
50 Elevator sign
51 Singer Petina
53 In the --
55 Kind of cheese
56 No one:Lat.
57 Part of YMCA
Growth. Adventure. Challenge.
Travel. That is what the Peace
Corps offers. You can build a
better future for others while
S you enhance your future. Paid
travel; monthly living allowance;
health care; 48 days paid vaca-
tion. Must be U.S. citizen, sin-
gle/married with no dependents.
No.upper age limit; minimum
Contact Peace Corps at the
Career and Placement Center,
Jan. 25-27, 9-4:30. Arrange for
an interview TODAY. 00H121
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