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FOR RENT. FOR RENT
ROOM FOR RENT. $65, downtown. OW, ROOM in 2-man apt. Great
761-1734. 400130 location. Call 668-7023. 34C128
SINGLE ROOM available-Come to OWN ROOM in House. $95 mo. Feb.
1331 Washtenaw Ave., Apt. 1 or 1 occupancy. Call 761-9124. 43C201
call 663-7231. 39C1301 -____
ROOM FOR RENT in large house.
Good location, good people. 1004
Olivia, 761-7610. 50C1281
FURNISHED ROOM for rent near'
the hospital on Glen & Ann. $85I
mo., all utilities paid. Call after 1
p.m. 668-9538. 5400130
Large furnished house avail. May 1.
Suitable for 5 or 6 people. No pets,
12 month lease. Call 769-3590.
PERSON WANTED, on room, 3-,
bdrm. house, friendly people. 662-.
STUDENT ROOMS: big and private,
$90, 4o small, $75. 769-2432. 47002011
AVAILABLE NOW-Own room in 31
bedroom apartment. Quiet. No pets.1
$100'month. 995-9519. 6417202
SUMMER SUBLET May 1-Aug. 31-
3 bedroom modern apt. Within walk-
ing distance. Price negotiable. 665-
HIP FEMALE to share apt. with
couple. Own room, washer dryer.
Should enjoy cooking. Rent nego-
tiable. Call 971-9198. 45Y203
GRAD STUDENT to' share very
pleasant 4 bdrm. apt. with 3 others.
5 min. walk to law quad or BusAd
schools. Lease through Aug. 21. Call
663-3094 or 994-0061. 35YU130
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted to
share 2-bedroom apartment with4
grad student. Close to campus. $100
pis electricity. 995-5163. 55Y0127
Well-furnished units in modern HERITAGE HOUSE MALE room-
buildings and unique older homes. mate needed for term remainder,
summer option available. Quiet, de-
STOP BY SOON luxe apartment. Call Billy at 995
For complete information and best 9290 or 995-1307. 23Y128
ROOMMATE WANTED to share
CAP U REN TA LS large house with 3 grad students.
Own room with many options-near
1335 S. UNIVERSITY "the stadium. 663-1811. 070128
655-8825- -- - -- -----
WANTED TO RENT
FEMALE GRAD, 28, with 2 social-+
able male cats, seeks house where
people share cooking and eating.
Nancy, 764-2572 days, 453-2913 eves.
$ 30 DOLLAR REWARD $
I FOR INFORMATION LEADING TOI
OUR RENTAL OF A 4-6 BEDROOMI
HOUSE. CALL DAN OR STEVE, 995-
DESPERATELY NEED three bed-
room apt, for Fall '77, near campus.
Call 663-4484 or 662-8587, after 4
GUITAR--Martin 016NY, 2 Barcus
Berry microphones, perfect condi-
tion. Josh, 665-6028. 68X130
OPUS GUITARS in .stock. Finest for
the cheapest. Apollo Music Center,
323 S. Main St. cX0127
DYNACO STEREO amp SCA-30Q,
115. 662-9732. 41X1.29
FENDER7Bandmaster, $195. 45 watts
I .1 S. 761-9431. cX0128
HERNANDIS GUITARS, classical and
steel. 40; list. 665-7348. cXtc
USED CRESTWOOD GUITAR, $55.
Call 761-9431. cX0128
20-40'; OFF \ on most of the 120
brands available. Call B.L. Co., 995-
9337, Mon.-Sat.; 11-6. cXtc
USED AMPEG Bass, $175; B-15, $350;
Fender Super Reverb, $350. Apollo
Music Center, 769-1400. cX0127
RHYTHM BONES made of select
rock maple. $2.50 per pair, set' of
four $5.00. Call 434-2297. 09X0128
MARANTZ 1040 amplifier, excellent
c'ond., $130. 665-7148. 15X0128
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
MARKLEY LEASE for sale. 662-3868.
CALCULATOR, HP-SS Programma-
ble with timer, conversions, regres-
sion, free math pac and accessories.
Best offer. Jim, 994-1268 evenings.
OLIVETTI electric typewriter. Six
years old. Best offer. 663-9517.
'73 DATSUN Pickup. AM radio, four
speed. $1800. 434-2970. 60B0127
4-8 BASKETBALL tickets needed for
any remaining home game. Must be
together and in blue section. Will
pay nicely. Call 761-1268 between
7-12 p.m. 62Q0201
$5.00 REWARD plus ticket price for
two tickets to Royal Winnepeg Bal-
let, Jan. 29. 769-4228. 48Q128
Uncontracted Classified Rates
N.B.: Each aroup of characters counts as one word.
Hvphenated words over 5 characters count as two words
(this includes telephone numbers)
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FEDERAL and STATE income tax
returns prepared. Call Bruce Haffey,
662-5979 or Skip Burnberg, 668-6242.
EXPERIENCED piano teacher, for-
mer U-M music student, now ac-
cepting students. Will also play for
parties. Reasonable. Debbie, 482-
0041, eves. 95J127
STUDENT TYPING - Professional,
reasonable rates. 994-4309, ask for
TYPING done in my home. Call
ADAM'S CAMPUS GRILL-Open 7-21
Sunday-Thursday; Friday and Sat-
urday 7-4:00. Low prices. Special-
steak and eggs. 800 S. State St.
PINBALL & TEA
The Cross Eyed Moose and Tommy's
Holiday Camp invite you to enjoy
free tea every morning. cM227
PETS AND SUPPLIES
AKC NORWEGIAN E L K H O U N D
PUPS-Good watch dogs; excellent
with children. Call 483-5973 after
1 2 3 4 5 6 add.
Monday-Friday 9-5:30, Saturday 10-2
2 and 3 Bedroom
bi-levels and tni-levels
Mon.-Fri., 3-5 p.m.
Weekends 12-2 p.m.
1316 Geddes, No. 5
SHARE HOUSE, own bedroom. Co-
op, great location. $94. 662-4267.
ROOM AND BOARD
IMMEDIATE OPENING for female
in North, Campus Co-op. Luchtka-
steel. Friendly rocmmate. Visit and
see advantages of cooperative living.
I 663-6955. 47E129
Isabel, 973-9618. 32J202 10:00. dTtc-
TYPING AND PRINT'ING. IBM FREE to good home. Female Ger-
Selectric. 20 yrs. experience. 116 S. man shorthair. Gentle, well marked,
Michigan, Ypsilanti. 485-4800. c.lte needs room to RUN. 662-0294 AFTER
5 p.m. 08T0127
FLUTE INSTRUCTOR on faculty
of three colleges. Member of pro - USED CARS
fessional duo, Will teach begin- USDC R
ning-advanced students in home. ----- ---
Ten min. drive from campus. 429- 1969 VW-GOOD running condition.
9241.eJ417 $100. 665-0334, evenings. 37N127
Alpha Ph Omea
National Coed Service Fraternity
Thurs. 1-9 P.M.-Bursley
Fri. 9-5 P1M-Union Ballroom
Everyone who donated in Novem-
ber is eligible to donate now.
G mm ieseen-masesiairamsemnegrmsesumg.
Typing. Copying, Binding
Editing, Drafting, Lettering
812 South State Street
11-6, 7 days/week 994-3594
EXCELLENCE IN TYPE
Personalized IBM Selectric Type
Ragged Right and Justified Margins
Error-Free. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
EDI'TING, PRINTING, LETTERING
Pick-up and Delivery
P O. Box 181 Ypsilanti, Mich.
Ms. Stephens 434-1984
VOLVO, 1970 144 4-speed, air and
immaculate. Best offer. 971-7025.
EUROPE / WORLDWIDE academic
discounts year 'round. S.A.T.A., 4228
First, Tucker, GA. 30084. (800) 241-
FROM DETROIT AND CHICAGO
2 WEEKS FROM
Weekly Friday departures begin
(Detroit & Chicago)
3 & 4 weeks available
Cleveland departures also available
2 WEEKS FROM
STUDENT to do cleaning and odd
jobs in a faculty home. 6-8 hrs./
week. Call 662-9421. 67H128
HELP WANTED-20 hrs./week, week-
ends and evenings. Apply in person1
at the Copymill, 211B S. State.
ONASSIS Coney Island, 414 E. Wil-
11am, needs experienced short-order
grill cooks and waitresses. Apply in
MASSEUSES WANTED. $8 hr. Apply
in person, 215 S. Fourth Ave. 7
Unique cosmetics company needs
aggressive, business and sales milnd-
ed manager. Must be able to work
Saturdays and must own car.
Pleasant surroundings, good earn-
ings. Please contact Barbara at 994-
H O U S E K E E P E R for apartment
ceaning. 40/hrs, week, good pay
and benefits. Dependable worker
need only apply in person at Uni-
versity Towers, 536 S. Forest. E.O.E.'
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
TYPIST NEEDED - Senior needs;
accurate typist to type Honors
Thesis. Must have IBM Selectric.
Mark, 663-0848. dH127
GET A JOB with the Forest Service
this summer! How, where, when to
apply. Job descriptions. Complete
information. Satisfaction or money
back. $3.00. Mission Mountain Co.,
Box 727, Polson, Mont. 59860. 20H0203
WORK STUDY AIDE NEEDED-In-
terested in travel? The U.A.C. Travel
office needs a work study aide. Ap-
proximately 10 hours per week. Con-
tact Maureen, 763-2147. 1-5 p.m.
Sandusky, Ohio will hold on-
campus interviews February 7
and 8 for summer employment.
Approximately 3,200 postions
available for wide variety of
jobs. Housing available. Contact
Planning and Placement. Office
for information and an appoint-
"For the time of your life!"
KIBBUTZ and work programs in
Israel-with official representatives
and interviewing for Kibbutz. To-
day, 8:00 p.m. at Hillel, 1429 Hill St.
DON'T MESS UP! See Jack White in
a free pocket billiards exhibition,
Monday, Feb. 7, Union Ballroom.
CUT AIR TRAVEL COSTS up to i%.
You CAN save money using our new
Air Travel Referral Service. Call 482-
3480. We'll send details. Logisco In-
DEAR ANON - I don't think it's
me, but maybe we could work
something out. What do you say?
Michigan Daily Box 14. dF0128
IT TAKES a lot of skill to play
this game. Billiards at the- Union.
BOX 720-Be more specific! Mich-
igan Daily Box 14. dF0128
CHILDLESS HUSBAND with infer-
tile wife wants female for test-tube
baby. Causasian background. Indi-
cate fee and age. All answers con-
fidential. Mail response to Mail Box
43, Suite .1129 E. Paklane Towers.
(Parklane Blvd., Dearborn, MI 48126).
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFtc
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 membeship card. 763-2236.
STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF
DEATH ON STUDENTS
We are two psychology gradaute
students wanting to speak with stu-
dents who have lost a member of
their immediate family within the
past 18 months or so.- We hope to
learn about the effects of death on
the lifestyle and identity of stu-
dents in order to help others with
their bereavement. We also believe
that simply sharing the experience
of loss may prove helpful to those
who volunteer, If interested, call
Mike (662-3389) or Lew (665-6954) or
leave message at Clinical Psych
Office, 764-6332. -29F131
CHALLAH baking contest. Feast on
bread for the Sabbath feast. Thurs-
day night, 7:30 p.m., Chabad House,
715 Hill St. For info, dial 99-LEARN.
No charge for participation. 61F0127
PLAY YOUR OWN GAME. 20 ma-
chines to choose from. Pinball at
the Union. cF128
INTERESTED in helping new for-
eign students at UM? Apply to be
a FALL ORIENTATION LEADER in
the Orientation Office, 2530 SAB,
between 1/24 and 2/18. An affirma-
tive action, non-discriminatory em-
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
through B e h a v i o r Modification.
Weight Control National, 994-0019.
HAVE YOU LOST your heart? We
have others in sterling silver, jade,
and agate-at the Museum Shop,
Exhibit Museum-Geddes and North
University. Mon.-Fri. 9:00-4:30, Sat.1
and Sun. 1:00-5:00. 05F127
WE KNOW what good grooming
looks like. UM Stylists at the Union,
DIRECT PURCHASING, volume sell-
ing, and marginal profits assure you
that your diamond will be an in-
vestment at Austin Diamond, 1209
S. University. 663-7151. cFtc
by law student. Own typewriter
necessary; dictation preferred. Call
David Glanz, 764-8976 between 6:30-
7:30 p.m. ONLY. 58F0128
j DHARMA STUDY GROUP, a Bud-
dhist meditation group under the
direction of Ven. Chogyam Trungpa,
Rinpoche, meets weekly for medita-
tion and study. For information
phone 761-3352 or 994-6657. cFtc
UAC IS SEEKING applications for
a chairperson of the American Col-
lege Unions Regional Conference, to
be held in Ann Arbor, .Nov. 1977.
The position will begin immediately'
and continue until the conference.
If interested, please call UAC, 763-
1107, or stop in the office-2nd floor
Michigan Union. 17F0127
EXPERIENCED CHEMIST seeks to
purchase large quantity of acid.
Write Daily Box 88. dF127.
LOOKING FOR A PLACE 1o live
next year? Check out Theta Xi-the
coed fraternity, 1345 Washtenaw,
761-6133. Jan. 23-29, between 7-10
p.m. More than a place to live.
IMPORTANT STUDY ABROAD
Openings are available on CFS
accredited 1977 Summer and '77-'78
Academic Year Programs at distin-
guished international universities,
Early acceptance is now open for
Summer 1977 and Fall '77, and Win-
ter and Spring '78 or Full Year '77-
'78 in London, Paris, Dijon, Nice,
Moscow, Leningrad, Salamanca, Ma-
drid, Florence, Perugia, Vienna, Ge-
neva, A m s t e r d a m, Copenhagen
Scotland, Caribbean, Nairobi for
qualified applicants for courses in
English or foreign languages, arts,
humanities, communication arts,
theatre, social and political sciences,
international 1 a W, cuisine, film,
dance, wines. Eearn up to 12 hours
summer credit or a full term's or
AD deadline is 12 noon the day
before publication 44 p.m. Fri.
for Sun.) including corrections
and cancellations. The Daily is
not responsible for more than
one incorrect insertion of an ad.
Auvertisements 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
Number 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, creed or national origin to
any extent 4i.e. "preferably" is
"Found" ads are run free-of-
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COLLEGE VACANCIES in Music
Field. Nationwide listing. Applied
fields, music education, dance and
drama. $6/mo. for each area or $20
for four months. MDA Services, Box
13331, Austin, Texas, 78711. 32F0127
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-
SELECTING WINE from the Village
Apothecary cellar means properly
stored wine at a reasonable price.
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Univ.
XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
1217 S. University 769-0560
At the Personal Growth Center, 403
Miller, 971-0102. cFtc
Lowest Prices Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William, 665-4321
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUME
All students in good standing eligi-
ble: Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors,
Seniors, Grads. Good faculty refer-
ences, self-motivation, sincere in-
terest in study abroad and cultural
exchange count more than grade
Program Fees for center college
programs abroad for Summer '77 se-
mester from $990 (INCLUDES round-
trip air, tuition, room, full board,
excursions, leader) and for '77-'78
semesters abroad, $1590.
F o r applications/information/inter-
views: CENTER FOR FOREIGN
STUDY, SUMMER OR A/Y ADMIS-.
SIONS, 216 South State Street on
campus next to Lane Hall, Ann
Arbor, Michigan 48107. 662-5575, 662-
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Begins weekly Friday, May
(Chicago Thurs., May 12)
3 & 4 weeks available
2 WEEKS FROM
Weekly Sat. from Detroit
begin May 21.
3 & 4 weeks available
2 WEEKS FROM
Weekly Detroit departures Friday,
Sept. 16-Oct. 28
(Chicago Thurs., Sept. 15-Oct. 27)
1 week available
1 WEEK FROM
Weekly Monday departures
begin May 15
(Detroit & Chicago)
2 weeks available
ALL OF THE ABOVE ARE ABC
(ADVANCE BOOKING CHARTERS)
AND MUST BE BOOKED AT
LEAST 45 DAYS PRIOR
OR ELKIN TOURS
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16 Thirty: Fr.
17 Mining vein
18 Brown ---
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27 Compound used
34 Word with horse
35 Large, round
37 Oriental name
43 St. Francis of
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49 Earth, for one
50 Sounds of blows:
51 Stands fast:
55 Marsh elder
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12 Flea market
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36 Mouth: Prefix,
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47 Becomes brittle
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Ma y knew then, if other women
,In 1lA An it en renlA II i Ad
I have had breast cancer and a
mastecthmy to cure it. But it
didn't change my life-or my
femininity. Of course; right
after surgery,'"1 was discour-
aged. But then I received a
visit.from an American Can-
cei Society volunteer. She
gave me a ball and a rope.
And she showed me how to
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If you know a cancer pa-
tient who needs help, call
your Unit of the American
Cancer Society. We can give
people information and
counseling on all kinds of
cancer. We can also give them
hope. I know. Because I had
cancer and lived.
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