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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, April 3, 1977

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FOR RENT FOR RENT
APT. FOR RZNT-3-4 person, near ROOMS FOR RENT. Light and airy.
camptis, residential, furnished, $285/ Campus-Hospital area-Geddes. Call
=on. includes utilities. Beginning in 668-6906 or,663-3641. cCtc
may. 763-6009. 200406 -"-
FURNISHED APARTMENTS
CAMPUS.
Furnished, 6 bedroom,%2 bath house West Madison. One and two bed-
an S. Forest. Available in early May, room furnished apartments in excel-
year lease, $750/mo. Call 769-3590. lent residential area. Parking. Con-
190407 venient to campus. Call 668-6906 or
__________________663-3641. cCtc
ROOM FOR RENT on North Cam- AT2. 197

SUBLET}
SPRING-SUMMER SUBLET: Heri-
tage House. Two bedroom, air con-
ditioning, dishwasher, disposal, bal-
cony, laundry, near campus. Price
negotiable. 662-7048. 23U408
2-BDRM., modern, furnished apt.
May-Aug. Fall option. Air condition-,
ed. Near campus. Rent negotiable.
Call 665-2534. 06U406

ROOMMATES
FEMALE: own room in spacious old-
er apt. Walk to class. $100/mo. Avail.
April 15, Fall option. Call Andrea,
994-4881, persistently. 47Y407
LOOKING for a female (preferably
grad) student to share a one bed-
room apt. next to Bagel Factory for
spring or fall. 994-0458. 62Y403

BUSINESS SERVICES

HELP WANTED

PERSONAL

PERSONAL

pus. $100 mo. and electricity. Call
Eris, Mon.-Fri., 6:00-9:30, 662-7270.
72C408
SELLING LEASE. % double. Large,
beautifully furnished house. Fall
and/or summer (sublet). S. Univ.
area, female. Very cheap. 764-3854.
800409
SPACES available for a few singles
and acouple i a cooperative house
near campus. 995-526. dC403
HOUSE 8 BEDROOMS
E. University, furnished for group of
11 with references. One year lease to
start Sept. $1000/mo., plus utilities.
663-5930. 820412

Furnished 1 & 2 bedroom apart-
ments. Parking & bus to & from
campus every % hour..
SANS SOUCI
(across from U-M Stadium)
994-3955
FALL OCCUPANCY
Modern two bedroom, 3 and 4 per-
son, furnished apts., parking, on
campus.
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC.
337 E. Huron
663-4101 .-
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MODERN APARTMENTS
DISTINCTIVE LIVING
Offers you clean, well managed
buildings with

FEMALE WANTED TO SUBLET spa-1
cious single bedroom in beautiful 3-
bdrm. apt., great location, nice peo-
ple. Call 668-6499. 92U403
MAY-AUGUST. Modern 2-bedroom
furnished apt. Great location! A/C,
laundry, parking. Negotiable. 995-
4391. 78U403]
MAY-AUG. sublet for apartment in;
a house with a BACKYARD. 3 bed-
rooms, bi-level. Call Rod or Jeff,
662-0399. dU407'
SUBLET sunny 2-bedroom apt. in,
house; a/c, porch, pets; rent nego-1
tiable. 662-9468 evenings. 12U403
SUBLET: May 2, 1-bedroom. Park!
Plaza. Extras. 663-6671. 87U403
LARGE, one-bedroom apt. for sum-
mer sublet with fall option, on Is-
land Park, ten minute walk to cam-
pus; parking and heat included;
laundromat in building. Summer
rent: $175. Call 665-2699 after 6.
86U4031

MALE ROOMMATE needed to com-
plete 4-man apt. for next fall. 1
block past Hill on S. Forest. 662-5288.
45Y405
ROOMMATE NEEDED: Near E. En-
gin. Large, furnished, free parking.
$65/mo. Call Doug, 663-9093. 83Y405
ROOMMATE NEEDED to share large
efficiency May-Aug. $75/mo., A/C,
free laundry, close to campus. 769-
4516. 79Y403
TRIFTY COUPLE looking for an-
other couple to share Fall Apart-
ment. 2 bdrm. 668-6428, 665-9944.
66Y403
FEMALE ROOMMATE, Fall '77. Own
bedroom in 2 bdrm. modern apart-
ment. Bigger than dorm single and
cheaper too! Alternatively: 2 fe-
males to share a room. Prefer non-
smoking. Call immediately, 665-0162.
60Y403
FEMALE. OWN ROOM. Modern apt.,
A/c, near Union. 995-4074, 662-8522,
763-1334. ,166Y403

SUMMER LIVING SPACE. Lambda
Chi. Alpha 'rat offers well furnished
rooms at low rates. All facilities are
open. Good location. Call 701-2373.
$47.50 per month for double, $57.50
for single. 950407

D Double security
*Laundry room
* Storage
Parking
: On-campus locations

HOUSE FOR RENT , p auio
Furnished 3% bedrooms, 2 bath- *
rooms, 'near campus. Available May Now rentin
1, 1 year lease. No pets. $500. Call Call 668-
769-3590. 09C406-

sness
ng for the Falt
6906/663-3641

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ROOMS FOR RENT, May-August.
Trigon Fraternity, 1617 Washtenaw.
Stop by or call 761-5145. 0304051
FALL APT. for rent. 4 person 2-
bcrm. bilevel, 1% baths, dishwasher,
air-conditioned, across from Central
Campus IM Bldg. Must sell lease.
Call 668-8599, or 763-2817. 300405

FALL '77
CAMPUS AREA APARTMENTS
B.R. apts. in older homes
B.R.. sunny apts. for 3-4 people
B.R. modern apt. for 4-5 people

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Stop by for complete information
Camnus Rentals.

4 BLOCKS TO RACKHAM. Two bed- .
room, furnished, modern apt. $275.00 Ltd.
per mo. includes heat, water, and
parking. S. University at Washtenaw
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INC. 665-8825
663-4101 337 E. Huron St. M-F 9:00-5:30 Saturday 10:002:00
cCtc. cote
SUBLET
YOUR OWN ROOM available in
UNDER CONSTRUCTIbN. beautiful 1400 sq. ft. three-bedroom
FURNISHED OR UNFtURNISHED1 apartment. Across from E. Quad.
Two miles from CAMPUS off MIL- 665-6029. 57U406
LER AVE. 3 BEDROOMS, GARAGE,
FULL BASEMENT. WASHER, DRY- SUBLET IN STYLE in Ann Arbor's
ER, SOME with FIREPLACES and fine Burns Park neigborhood. ONE
RECREATION ROOMS, WOODED MALE is needed to share a large at-
'LOTS. AVAILABLE starting in June. tic bedroom in our 4-person coed
From $475/mon. 761-7600, Mon.-Fri. household. Rent/flexible. 662-2266. _
0-5 pm DAHLMANN APARTMENTS 59U403

GREAT HOUSE FEMALE GRAD SEEKS same or1
4-6 bdrm., furnished, fireplace 2 non-student to share 2-bdrm. fur-
mn. to campus. Avail May, fall op- fished luxury apt. 668-8220. 77Y402
tion. Call 662-2112, 5-7 p.m. 71U403
MALE ROOMMATE needed to sign
UU n apt. lease on North Campus in May.
SUMMER SUBLET nice room in IMs enaqit o-mkr
house, kitchen facilities, 2 bath- Must be neat, quiet, non-smoker.
houe, itcen aciitis, bah-Preferably grad student. Call 434-
rooms, near Frieze building. Parking, 8 y s41Y403
garage, porch with swing, utilities
paid. $75/month, negotiable. - WANTED TO RENT
1021,.i85U403 W N E ORN
FEMALE: own rooms in modern 2- IGRAD w/small, quiet, charming dog
bedroom apt. Furnished, A/C, park- seeks room in house/apt., Fall/soon-
ing. Call after 7:00 p.m. 761-9270. er. Kathy, 662-3068. , 66L406
89_407LEASE: Own room. House/apart-
MAY-AUG. 1-bdrm. modern apt. ment. Female. Fall and/or summer.
$125. Furnished, a/c. Free parking. Intelligent, congenial. 764-3854.
Campus area. 662-2786. 93U407 811407
SUMMER SUBLET/FALL OPTION. FEMALE GRAD, student looking for
Own room in 2-bedroom apt. Great room in a house. (Spring, fall, or
location. Call 995-9135. 99U407 both) with other grad. students.
Call 994-0458. 05L331
SUMMER SUBLET. Fall option.,
Large attractive room with bay win- FOR SALE
dow. Share kitchen and bath. North _
State Street area. $155, Fall-Sum-1 STEREO - REALTISIC component,
mer negotiable. 663-;8103. 46U406 $175. Mental cupboard, $35. Misc.
I U BD M de ---- - - household items. Call 995-3862 eve-
FOUR BEDROOM, modern bi-level nings. 63B403
apt., A/C, dishwasher, new fridge, ___._
disposal, parking, laundry, exc. loca- ONE of a kind BATIK SILK WALL
tion. $ negotiable. 668-6470. 58U406 HANGINGS. 769-2046. 46B403
LARGE BEDROOM in charming PACE 145 CB, 23 channel, with lock
apt./house! Excellent location. Rent slide mount with external speaker.
negotiable. 668-6407 (Nora, after j Also 150 feet of coax-cable. Slightly
11:30 p.m.). 64U403 used-in good condition. $200. Call
MAY-AUG. 2bdrm. furnished apt. 7ke at 769-7824 afternoons or before
MAY-AUG...-..- - . Un.shedap. 730pm.I

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LTD. 340409
MARE A HOUSE DISTINCTIVELY
YOUR OWN
Choose one -of our campus unfur-
nished homes. May or September
leases. Stop in and see our complete
listings. .
McKinley Associates
$11 Church St. 769-8520
750405
THOMPSON APARTMENTS
350 THOMPSON
Furnished 1 bedroom and efficien-
cies. See manager at Apt. 216 ow ci
85-22$9. c~ne
FEMALE. OWN ROOM. Mod. Apt.
near Union. Available immediately.
$110. 995-4074, 662-8522. 420410
SAME IL.OCK AS MARGARET BELL
POOL furnished, 2 bedroom, modern
apt., heat and water included in
rent. $330.00' for 3 / $350.00 for 4.
662-7787. cCtc
TWO 'FURISHED spacious rooms
with private bathroom, shared kitch-
en, '$150/month, no lease. Campus
area.685-3008.. 62C403
TRY US FIRST -
FOR FUINISHED HOUSING
May or September leases. We still
have some great campus houses left.
Some -with space to-grow your own
garden. (Remember Spring?) -
McKinley Associates
611 Church St. 769-8520
760405
BEE OUR FALL LISTINGS FIRST
We still have a good selection of
rooms; efficiencies, 1, 2, 3 and even
4 bedroom apts.
McKinley Associates
611- Church St. 769-8520 I

NICE ROOM in comfy small house.
May-Aug.; Fall option, great loca-
tion. 995-9196 ,ask for Doctor.
56U403
YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS! Up to 4
spaces in 5 bedroom house. Fall op-
tion. Packard and East U. 995-9196.
Ask for Doc. 55U403
SUAWMER SUBLET: Own sunny
room in pleasant, friendly house.
Convenient location. Rent negoti-
able. 662-7687. 52U403
SINGLE ROOM May- Aug. sublet.
Clean home with three students,
near CCRB/Geddes bus. 995-4991.
S50U405
SPACIOUS two bdrm. apt. Lives 3-4
people comfortably. Two parking
spaces, laundry facilities, A/C; near
campus. Rent negotiable. 662-6148.
43U406
MAY-AUG. SUBLET. 2-bedroom fur-
nished apartment. Great locationt
Across from I.M. Building, tennis
courts, University bus stop. Laundry
facilities, garbage disposal, air con-
ditioning, free parking. Rent very
reasonable. Call 662-3894, before 8
a.m. or after 6 p.m. 68U408
LARGE 2 bedroom apt., A/C, fur-
nished/unfurnished, pool, laundry,
10' from campus. 5' from Kroger,
across Huron River and Park. May-
August, Fall option. 663-4944. 15U407
TIRED OF YOUR OWN COOKING?
Co-op this summer. Low rates. 662-
4414. Inter-Coop Council. 48U406
SPRING-SUMMER SUBLET
Clean, bright, small, furnished apt.
On campus with parking. Price ne-\
gotiable. Call 995-4534 after 5:00 p.m.
31U403
SPRING-SUMMER SUBLET. Female.
Bedroom in large house, 5 min. walk
to campus. Price negotiable. Cajl
665-6315. 89U402
MAY-AUGUST
2 bdrm. furnished apt. A/C, excel-
lent campus location. Call evenings,
662-0033. 32H408
SPRING-SUMMER SUBLET. Female.
Bedrooms in large house.5 min. walk
to campus. Price negotiable. Call
665-6315. 89U405
MAY-AUGUST SUBLET. Spacious 4-
bedroom apt. 2 minutes from cam-
pus. Rent negotiable. 761-9389. dU403
SUBLET: 2-bedroom apt., a/c, d/w,
I/O pool, tennis, community build-
ing, Fall option. 971-3352. 09U407

Campus area, a/c, parking, dish-
washer, balcony, reasonable. Fall op-
tion. 668-6923 or 665-6358. 40U405
SUBLET-May thru August. Albert
Terrace. 2 bedroom, bilevel apart-
ment, 12 baths, furnished, A/C,
dishwasher, balcony, close to cam-
pus, free parking. Price negotiable.
995-8495. 5913403
SPACIOUS TWO - PFRSON apart-
ment. May-August. Fall option. 665-
0949. 54U406
ONE BEDROOM sublet. May-August.
Rent negotiable. Near IM and cam-
pus. Call 995-5051 evenings. 06U403
BEAUTIFUL APARTMENT. Fully
carpeted. Garbage disposal, A/C. 2
bedrooms. Only steps away from
campus. 662-4877. dU405
TWO BEDROOM apartment. 1110
Oakland, Apt. No. 7. Dishwasher
and air conditioning. Price negoti-
able. 663-7802. 44U405
SPRING-SUMMER Sublet in Modern
Apt. Two bedroom, air conditioning,
dishwasher, l a u n d r y. Negotiable.
668-8535. 38U403
ROOM IN 3 bedroom house, Sum-
mer. Fall option. 995-0117. 16U405
SUBLET MAY-AUG.-2-3 person apt.
in old house: Private sunporch,
parking. Price negotiable. Call per-
sistently. 665-2433. 14U405
PLEASANT two bedroom apt. over-
looking Huron River on North Cam-
pus. A/C, laundry fac., parking, 2
blocks from University bus stop.
Furnished, available May 14 thru
August. Price negotiable. Call 663-
4494. 26U408
SUBLET-Spacious bi-level on cen-
tral campus. Air conditioned, fully
furnished apartment with dishwash-
er. Call 663-9887 anytime and ask
for Dan or Karl. dU406
SPRING/SUMMER or Summer only
-Rooms available in 4 room co-ed
house. Rent negotiable. Fall option.
662-7949. 24U408
MAY-AUGUST
ROOMS in friendly co-ed house.
Good location, furnished, parking,
rent negotiable. 662-4267. 25U408
5 PERSON apartment in house. S.
University and Lincoln. Offers 3
singles, 1 double, large backyard.
Free parking. Rent negotiable. 663-
7247. 17U403
SUMMER SUBLET, May-Aug. Fur-
nished 2 bdrm. apt. with dishwasherI
and A/C. Near IM Bldg., Campus
Corner and' Pizza Bobs. Reasonable
Rent. Call 662-1277. 806 Arch, No. 1.
69U405
SUBLET-OWN ROOM in apartment
close to campus. May-August. Rent
negotiable. 995-9653. 2713405

LIMITED number of fine, one
room apartments remaining.
Excellent on-campus location.
6686906 or 6637-3641.

bed-
Call
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NIKON BINOCULARS. 7x50. New-
Extra fine. Recorders, consort of so-
prano, alto, tenor. German made,
perfect condition. 971-6983, after 6.
03B403
FOR SALE: 12" portable black and
white TV. Excellent cond. Negoti-
able. 662-8838. 07B403
GREEN TWEED SOFA BED with
matching chair. Good cond. $150.
Please call after 6, 971-0669. 08B407
USED CARS
1968 VW BUG, engine 35,000 miles.
$500 or best offer. 769-0678. 72N407
DODGE CORONET 1965. 68,000. $12 .
Judy after 10 a.m. 769-4806. 34N403
'70 MAVERICK in good condition,
$600. 764-6469. 90H406
'72 VEGA WAGON. New exhaust sys-
term (Feb.), brakes and tires (Aug).
Body, good cond. $500 or best offer.
Call Kim, 761-9426 after 5 p.m.
44N408
'69 FALCON: Auto. trans. 6 cyl. Ex-
cel. MPG and very dependable. Body
in good cond. $450. 434-9121. dN407
'70 BMW 2002, 66,000 miles, good
condition, new snow tires. Day, 764-
9183. Evenings, 761-7272. 88N407
'74 FIREBIRD, formula 350. Many
extras. $3,050. 994-5205. 04N407
OLDS 98 L.S. 4-door. Air, all power,
new brakes. Must sell. 761-1248. cNtc
SEE EUROPE BY TRAIN! Eurail
passes at the UAC Travel Office, 2nd
floor Mich. Union. Bring passport.
24P414
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
SELMER MARK VI TENOR SAX.
Excellent cond. Best offer. 663-1811.
51X409
SHURE and AKG mike sale. Up to
30%. Apollo Music Center, 323 S.
Main. cX409
GIBSON MARK Series Guitars now
in stock-Along with other new and
used name guitars.
Apollo Music Center, 323 S. Main
769-1400
cX406
GREAT BUYS on some excellent
guitars. Guaranteed to be satisfied
with sound and price. Call Dan,
665-5405. cite
STEREO COMPONENTS
20-40% OFF on most brands. Be
smart-don't over pay. Call B.L. Co.,
995-9337, Mon.-Sat., 11-6. cXtc
MISCELLANEOUS
THE MICHIGAN DAILY is looking
for black and white photos of L.A.,
San Francisco, Chicago and Europe
for a travel supplement. Call Rod,
764-0560. dM403
BIKES, SCOOTERS
HELMET. Bell R-T, orange. Lists

TYPING: Term papers, manuscripts,I
etc. Secretarial experience. Rates ne-
gotiable. Call 665-3245. 65J403r
EDITING by free lancer with Mas-
ter's in Journalism, major rewritesI
and minor corrections. Rates nego-
tiable. Call 665-3245. 64J403
HOUSE CLEANING WANTED -Im-
maculate cleaner. References if re-1
quired. Call Kay at 769-0871 afterr
6 p.m. , dJ
STUDENT TYPING - Professional,'
reasonable rates. 994-4309, ask for
Barbara, cJ419l
TYPING DONE in my home. Fast,E
accurate, reasonable. Call Isabel,2
973-9618. cJtct
TYPING - Dissertations, theses,
manuscripts. Selectric II, B.A. Eng-.
lish literature, experienced profes-
sional typist. 665-4524. 40J419'
_ ._ _.__-- -1
THE SECRETARIAT
Typing. Copying, Binding j
Editing, Drafting, Lettering
812.South State Street
11-6, 7 days/week 994-3594
TYPING AND PRINTING. IBM
Selectric. 20 yrs. experience. 116 S.
Michigan, Ypsilanti. 485-4800. cJtc1
FLUTE INSTRUCTOR on facultya
of three colleges. Member of pro-
fessional dun., Will teach begin-
ning-advanced students in onme.
Ten min. drive from campus. 429-1
9241. CJ417s
STEPHENS
PROFESSIONAL
TYPEWRITING
SERVICE
EXCELLENCE IN TYPE
DISSERTATIONS
THESES - MANUSCRIPTS
Reasonable Rates1
Academic/Professional
Personalized IBM Selectric Type
Ragged Right and Justified Margins
Error-Free. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
EDITING. PRINTING. LETTERING.
CASSETTE TRANSCRIPTION
TELEPHONE DICTATION
Pick-up and Delivery
Confidential1
P O. Box 181 Ypsilanti, Mich.1
Ms. Stephens 434-1984
cJtc
PETS AND SUPPLIES
GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPS. AKC.,
8 wks, shots, wormed, hips and
eyes clear, $150. 662-2399. 38T408
NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND PUPS -
Good watch dogs, good with chil-
dren. Call 483-5973 after10 a.m. dT
TRAVEL
EUROPE / WORLDWIDE academic
discounts year round. S.A.T.A. 4228
First, Tucker GA. 30084 (800) 241-
9082. 54P514
EUROPE - Flexibly and Inexpen-
sively.'Cal European Flights, Toll-
Free. 1-800-848-0786. 96P504
HELP WANTED
BAND WANTED: Hollow-body gui-
tar, bass, percussionists, and brass.
Must have strong vocals. Call DAVE
at 994-8460 after 5 p.m., or MICKEY
at 662-4194 before noon. 70H408
HELP WANTED: the University Cel-
lar will be taking applications on
Apr. 4-11 for Fall Book Rush 1977.
Further information may be obtain-
ed at Info Desk in rear of Cellar,
basement of Michigan Union. M-F
9:30-5:30, lat. 12-5, closed Sunday.
cH410
SOUTHFIELD FAMILY would like
mother's helper to live in for sum-
mer. Must swim. Call collect, 352-
0907. 5811416
PROGRAMMERS
ACCOUNT REPRESENTATIVE
TRAINEE
COMSHARE, a specialized supplier
of computer services, has a career
position available for you. If you
would enjoy being a troubleshooter,
a problem solver, and the main com-
munication link with our customers,
if you like an atmosphere where you
determine your future with the
company based on own ability, and
can show initiative for good achieve-
ment, you are what we are seeking.
Requirements for this position are:
Two years of exposure in a financial
manufacturing or statistical envi-
ronment with one year of experience
in FORTRAN OR COBOL program-
ming and god cp munications
skills. Our compensation and bene-
fit packages are among the finest in
the industry. We are interviewing
for Ann Arbor and Southfield loca-
tions. Please call Cara Lewis, COM-
ISHARE, Inc. 994-4800 for more infor-

mation. 05H403
RUN FOR YOUR LIFE. The School
of Education student government,
SEI, is holding elections April 12-14.
Needed are persons to run for office.
Applications in SEI offices, 1234
SEB. Filing deadline: Thursday,
April 7. * dF405
IMMEDIATE HELP WANTED
Day order persons, bartenders, cash-
iers, buspersons at the University
Club. Must be current or recent
U-M student. oCntact Peter Di Lo-
renzi, 763-2236. cH903
TENNIS INSTRUCTOR for summer.
Swimming and tennis club, Oakland
County. Maintenance work during
slack time. Tennis instructing exper-
ience required. State requirements.
Send resume to Michigan Daily, Box
No. 55, 94H1407
FACULTY SPOUSE (permanently
located former teacher) to represent
leading publisher of English and
Social Studies textbooks in Detroit
area senior and junior high schools
on part time basis. Approximately
120 days September to April 30th.
Per diem plus commission. Must

LINE COOK and PANTRY HELP
wanted at Win Schulers, 3600 Ply-
mouth Rd. 769-9400. Ex. benefit
package. 61H407
TEACHING POSITIONS in Reform
Jewish Religious School for next
school year. Qualified candidates call
665-4744, 'weekdays. 02H405
VERSATILE LEAD VOCALIST and
musicians with singing abilities
wanted for top middle-of-the-road
band playing weekend engagements
in the Ann Arbor-Detroit metropoli-
tan area. Work begins in September,
pays $60-$100 per job. Call 8-10 a.m.,
662-0073. .63H408
NON - DISCRIMINATORY, affirma-
tive action child care center needs
full-time person, multi-ethnic and
non-sexist. Minorities encouraged.
Applicants meeting, Thursday, April
7, 7.30 p.m., 3310 School of Educa-
tion, U-M. Question.? 764-3487.
23H407
PART-TIME JOB, flexible hours,
good pay for care of bed patient in
Ann Arbor home. 769-1610, eves.
0811406
OUR JOB will take all you have-
Time, patience, energy, love. Posi-
tions open for Silverman Village, a
camp for troubled children. Coun-
selors, Arts & Crafts, waterfront,
maintenance. Contract runs from
June 21-August 26. Interviews will
be held Monday, April 4 and Thurs,
day, April 7. Contact Mrs. Cooper,
763-4117. 02H406
RAM'S HEAD Leather Works is seek-
ing mature, alert, attractive, indi-
vidual for sales position in shop.
Full or part time. Please call for
appointment. 995-1866. 37H403
ADDRESSERS WANTED immediate-
ly! Work at home-no exper. neces-
sary. Excellent pay. Write American
Service, 8350 Park Lane, Suite 269,
'Dallas, TX 75231. 74H414
TELEPHONE SOLICITORS, $3.00/hr.
and commission. A new girl made
$150 for 20 hrs. work first full week
on phone. Call 663-6519. Ask for Bob
Adams. 91H403
MURRAY HOTEL, Mackinac Island,
Michigan, needs cooks, secretary,
bartenders, maintenance, p i a n 0
players, and rotation workers for
food service and housekeeping. Con-
tact Ann Arbor, 769-4222. 93H403
LIVE-IN
Married couple needed to live in
with invalid. Medical background
helpful. Must have good work refer-
ences. For more information, call
Homemakers Upjohn, 761-2285.
52H403
BLUE FROGGE is now hiring. Wait-
resses / waiters, hosts, bartenders,
busboys, kitchen help. Full or part
time persons. Apply in person Mon-
day-Friday, 2-5 p.m. only. Experi-
ence preferred. 611 Church St., Ann
Arbor, 995-5955. 52H407
BABYSIT and light housekeeping
for mature sitter. Part-time, 3-4
days. Able to cook. Own car, and
flexible for working father. 769-1400,
or 971-1248. cHtc
MASSAGE PERSONS wanted. $8.00
t per hour. Will train. Phone 668-9755.
33H419
PERSONAL
EXCITING HANDCRAFTED items
from all parts of the world! Excel-
lent for Easter Basket stuffing.
Exhibit, Museum Gift Shop, Natural
Science Museum Bldg., Geddes at
N. University. M-F, 9-4:30; Sat.-Sun.:
1-5 p.m. cF406

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RELATIONSHIP? I am doing M.A.
thesis on long-distance relationships,
and would like subjects (Grad stu-
dents or professionals) to fill out an
anonymous questionnaire, In return,
can offer you general feedback about
respondents' experiences of them. If
interested, call Sarah at 995-3440, or
leave message at 764-3167. 70F407'
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STEVE'S LUNCH-Come for home
cooking. Breakfast all day, great
soups and egg rolls. 3 egg omelets
with fresh vegetables and fresh
bean sprouts served all day. Sundays
10-8. 1313 South University. cFtc

WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod
tradition. Call 761-0942 anytime.
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MAY WE HELP you with your non-
prescription drug needs? Village
Apothecary, 1112 S. Univ. Ave, cFtc
DHARMA STUDY GROUP, a Bud--
dhist meditation group under the
direction of Ven. Chogyam Trungpa,
Rinpoche, meets weekly for medi-
tation and study. For information
phone 761-3352 or 994-6657. cFtc
WHERE MARGINAL prices buy
quality diamonds-Austin Diamond,
1209 S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
PRIMAL
At the Personal Growth Center, 403
Miller, 971-0102. cptc
MEDIEVAL THEATER at its best,
"The Play of Robin and Marion",
April 16, 8:00 p.m., Mendelssohn
Theatre. Tickets at Jacobson's, Lib-
erty Music, Mendelssohn (week of
production), or call 763-2066 (morn-
ings). Group rates available. 49F417
WHAT EVER
IT'S BETTER CANOEING
ARGO PARK CANOE RENTAL
668-7411
OPENING APRIL 9th
88F409
Sterling Silver;
Jewelry
A wonderful new line, handcrafted
by James Russell silversmiths, Rock-
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laces and rings. "Skinny rings" start
at $1.25. Little Dipper Cahdies, 415
N. Fifth Ave. (adjacent to Farmer's
Market, in Kerrytown.) cF403

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in rent. 2 blocks to Rackham. Fall
occupancy. 662-7787. cts
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or see ye traWe agent
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WELL ESTABLISHED professional
executive seeks friendship with at-
tractive, educated single woman be-
tween 21 and 25. Ultimate goal-
marriage. If genuinely interested
write to: P.O. Box 241, Jackson, MI
49201. 22F406
WANTED-Delpressed persons for a
clinical trial of a new, rapidly act-
ing anti-depressant drug. This will
be a double-blind trial, in which
some patients receive a placebo.
Subjects must have been seriously
depressed for between 1-6 months,
be 18-65 years old, and meet other
criteria for inclusion in the study.
Subjects must not have any other
significant medical or psychiatric
problems. The study will last for 4
weeks; all treatment associated with
the study will be free. We will help
arrange treatment after the study,
when appropriate. Call 763-1540 (Ms
Commorato, or Dr. Feinberg) for
further information, or to arrange
for a screening interview. 40F408
WE NOW HAVE a fine collection of
books on weaving, basketry, needle-
work, macrame, spinning, dyeing,
lacemaking, and tatting. Wild Weft
Yarn Shop, 415 N. Fifth Ave., Kerry-
town, 761-2466. cF405
DENMARK IN MAY. Departure April
28 for 1 month seminar on Scndi-
navian adult education. Jointly
sponsored by U-M Adult Education
Progra and Danish Ministry of Ed-
ucation. Small, highly personalized,
group experience. Graduate credit in
adult education available. For info,
call Brad Dyer, adult education, 764-
5417. 10F408
RE-ELECT MAYOR Albert Wheeler,
Democrat, Monday, April 4. Paid
Political Adv. 73F403
ELECT KEN LATTA to City Council,
First Ward, Democrat, MONDAY. Pd.
Political Adv. 74F403
VOTE WHEELER / MORRIS, IM-
PROVED HOUSING. MONDAY. Paid
Political Adv. 75F403
Elect Wheeler/Latta. Hard working
and knowledgable. Monday. Paid Po-
litical Adv. 76F403
HAVEN'T FOUND what I'm looking
for. Male Grad Student, 25, 5'5",
broad shouldered and trim, in Med-
ical Sciences; enjoys the outdoors,
walking, bicycling, canoeing, hiking,
camping, swimming, x-country ski-

ACROSS
1 Undercover
workers: Abbr.
5 See 10 Across
10 With 5 Across,
popular fictional
hero
14 Gilels
15 "Remember the
16 Zoological
suffix
'17 Gallic name
18 Washbowl
19 Greek letter
20 River of India
22 "- Lost
Persons"
24 Timetable
abbr.
25 To be,
in Spain
26 Judge
30 Daydreaming
state, in
psychology
34 Slippery
customers
35 And so on: Abbr.
36 Former Asian
alliance, for
short
37 Son of Gad
38 Exposition hall,
World's Fair
style
41 Forty winks
42 "- thief in
the night"
1 2 3 1
14

o 1977 LOS ANGELES TIMES
44 Anger
45 Kenyans, for
example: Abbr.
46 Appear to be
true
48 Phyllis, the
poet
50 Town in Salerno
province
52 Presidential
initials
53 Second --
56 Zing
59 Sailors' tipple

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29
31

Mysterious
Born
Ear: Prefix
Famous writer
of thrillers

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Wicked
Melody
Part of a tennis

FRIENDS LAKE COMMUNITY
80 acre wildlife preserve near Chel-
sea. Swimming, sailing, camping, ca-
noeing, picnicking. All-year mem-
bership $50 per adult, children free.
Brochure from Bloods, 2005, Penn-
craft, Ann Arbor, MI 48103. 63F419
GRADUATE STUDENT COUPLE de-
sire to house-sit for faculty. Serious,
quiet, good references. Tom, 7$1-
9463. 05F403
PREGNANT? Need help?
Call Problem Pregnancy Help, 769-
1283.. Pregnancy tests available.
cFtc
APRIL SHOWERS of Hope, and en-
couragement, love and meaning!
Yours now for the dialing 663-5366-
round the clock-24 hours a day!
(Energy-love line). 91F403
FREE TUITION
for 1 or 2 years at any one of 140
Universities, Technical Schools and
Yeshivas in Israel. Fully accredited
programs for Junior Year and Grad-
uate study. Enrollment-minimum 2
years in advance, benefits from 1979-
1989. Please contact: The Gift of Ed-
ucation, Department MI, Suite 710,
10 Rockefeller Plaza, New York,-New
York 10020. (212-541-7568). 18F408
CHOOSING AN
ELECTIVE FOR
SPRING TERM?
Be in a paid experiment on course
selection.
Interested?
Call 764--9442
Anytime, Day or Night
54F406
UNATTACHED UNDERGRAD de-
sires to become involved in MSA
High morals, ethical, dedicated to
student interest. Need your assist-
ance. Vote Howard Feldman for
MSA. Vote April 4, 5, 6. 96F405
TAKING THE LSAT in July? LSAT
Review Weekend at the Troy Hilton
Inn, Maple Rd. and Stephenson
Hway, Troy, MI., July 16 and 17.
Call Law Board Review Center, col-
lect (914) 623-4029 or (914) 234-3702.
$85. Special group rates for 5 or
more. 41F419
ENROLLED IN AN
ELECTIVE COURSE
THIS TERM?
We would like to talk to you about
your method of course selection.
Interested?
CALL 764-9442
Subjects will be paid.
53F406
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66 Biblical
patriarch
67 The Red and

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69
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2
3

10 N. Tunisian
port
11 A stand-out:
Slang
12 Western alliance,
for short
13 Unhearing
21 - Paulo
23 Reason: Lat.
26 Take to one's

others
Rapidity
Milit. units
DOWN
Air: Prefix
See 1 Across
Very inflam-
mable
Gumshoes
Punch

32 Look
33 Well-known
rabbit
38 Petroleum V
-, Locke's
pseudonym
39 Circle part
40 Peggy's cousin
43 Comes forth
45 Famous academy
47 Musical effect
49 Words from a
witness
51 "-Rookh,"
Thomas Moore

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