THE MICIU~AN DJAILY
get the job f:::
WANTED TO RENT ROOMMATES
ROOM WANTED in friendly coop- ONE MALE needed for 2 bedroom/
erative house with graduates. Write 4 person apartment. Close to cam-
Box 15, Daily. 48L1017 pus. 663-4461. 64Y1016
IT'S GOOD to see
You've come this far.
The game's not over
Uncontrocted Classified Rates
I .*So back to your car.
WANTED-Great place to live for MALE ROOMMATE needed to share There is a place,
grad couple. 663-1280 35L1022 one bedroom apartment close to Where kids play 'til dark,
grad oupl.66-18_35L02 campus. 115/mo, includes all util- A surprise will be there
ities. Call 668 -7830. 69Y1020 The place is Burns ....
SUBLET - - P1016I
.____ GOOD VIBES - Two female room-
LEASE FOR SALE in Bursley dou- mates needed in friendly co-op. BUSINESS SERVICES
ble, North Campus. 763-1744. 36U1026 Homey atmosphere, excellent, well-
balanced meals. Private bathroom, TYPING - Accuracy
launry aciltie. $25/mnth on - ccuacyguaranteed.
TWELVE MONTH lease available laundry facilities. $l25!month, on Base rate is 50c per page. Ask Dave
for single male near Law Quad. S. Forest. Call Ann or Fred at 761- 'Saginaw,' 764-0824, anytime. (Emer-
For information call collect 1-841- ~ 1058. 45Y1019 gencles 0 N L Y after midnight,
9384. Ask for Joe Maher. 39U1014 PLEASE!). 68J1020
..---- .________; FEMALE ROOMMATE needed forPLAE.6812
2-bdrm., 4-person apt. close to cen- 'YPING, dissertations, thesis pa-
tral campus. Call 662-1656. 40Y1019 pers, know all forms and styles.
ratn(!l A n.87
50 1 5
ROOM FOR RENT downtown, no Share A HOUSE-Workin. or gradR3134A n 7J105.
lease. 761-1734. 72107 female wanted to share a furnished _____ _ N.B.: Each orouo of character, counts as one
-- house. No lease, $80/mo. plus share STUDENT typing on campus, rea- Hvohenated words over 5 characters c
FEMALE GRAD or working, to share of utilities. Available immediatelye, day or night665-4286.ithis includes telehone numbers)
twk bedroom apt. with 28 yr. old No tooacco smokers, please. Call 23J1102 10 lines ecuds 1 inchon wmrs
662-0355.line 72Y1s011nch5 wordsc
wvorking woman. Near campus, $125. 6235 211
994-0578 evenings. 53C1014 1~~~-°__ .TYPING AND PRINTING. IBM
FEMALE ROOMMATE, own room, Selectric. 20 yrs. experience. 116 E.
NEAR CAMPUS - Two adjoining bi-level furnished apt. Albert Ter- Michigan, Ypsilanti. 485-4800. cJtc HELP WANTEb
bedrooms for two people in private race. 663-4629 persistently. 52Y1014 HELPWANTE_
home, $160/mo. for both, utilities 3 EXPERIENCED PROFESSIONAL i SRRT ED qaeNEE ofl -erodneWNE
included.1763-6009. 18C1014 MLE NEEDED to fill 2-bedroom ETYPISTSORORITY NEEDS square dance WANTED -
4-person apt. Centrally located, good IBM selfacorrecting with carbon caller. If able and interested call Minn. game
ROOMMATE-$115, share modern 2 'furniture. 712 Oakland, Apt. No. 4. ribbon. Dissertations, manuscripts, Paula, 663-0844, as soon as possible, 763-2324 day
bedrom apt. North Campus. Start $82.50/month. 662-6237. 16Y1015 term papers. Reasonable rates. Cam- dH1016
Nov. 1. John. 668-8781 - 28S17- Rpus location. Call Jim, 665-6906. PIZZA DELIVERY DRIVERS
SUNNY, ONE bedroom campus apt. UEDCA-_ ±i0 Must be 18, part-time only. No car
necessary. Apply in person after 4
Spacious and furnished. Garage 1967 CHEVY BEL-AIR Station Wa- p.m. Omega Pizza, 101 Washtenaw ANN ARBO
available. $196. Call after 6, 662- gon. Ne4 tires (including snows), Place. 81H1020 MARKET,
4917. 27C1015 great running condition. Reliable.. --..-.--- Saline-Ann
$175. Call 995-3406. dN1017 EARN $250-$500 Stuffing 1000 En- I-94. Over2
ROOM AND BOARD - '6velopes: Homeword-Sparetime. De- tiques & s
RIF-OFF my Ghia VW Conv. 68, tails: Send Self-Addressed, Stamped everything g
WOMEN, immediate openings in lousy body, solid engine. Nearly new Envelope To: A. Wright, 160 New- ity, 8 a.m.-4
North Central Campus Coops, ap- 5 tires-top. Reliable trans. Call som Hall, Fort Collns, CO 80521. over 60 old
prox. $33 & 4% hrs. work/wk. Share after 5:00 p.m., 665-8002. 54N1015 SER V IC E 71H1014 GLASS, San
responsibility & decision - making., _. A-9 Vander
Call ICC, 662-4414. 75E1024 65 DODGE Coronet; good running J U N I 0 H SECRETARY, excellent TION, old bc
condition. $110. Call 994-0122. MANUSCRIPT typing (70 wpm), shorthand, spell- A-11 GUNS
ROOM - Madison & Division, no 23N1016 ing and organizational skill re A-26, D-31 D
kitchen. $75/mo. Nick, 668-8132. ~~~ TYPEWRITING AND quired. Only full-time, hard work- server w/gal
73E1019Price negotiable. Call Dave S., 995 TYPOGRAPHY ers need apply for this position. Call chest; curl)
__5213, eves and weekends. 04N1015 Toya at 662-5575 for an appointment early red lir
and interview. 50H1016 back WIND
USED POSTAL VEHICLES -.BLUE "Scin
FOR SALE Academic/Professional. BUS PEOPLE "Chensi" t
1969 14 ton Jeeps, 2 wheel drive, 4 Personalized IBM Composition. Part-time days. Easy hours. Great A-32 fanbac
1991¢ o eesS weldrv,4 E dirFreSafctngiopynGaBinding e beorenoo-or2fte 3,at ea
cylinder, automCtic, non-slip differ- Error-Free Satisfaction Guaranteed working conditions. Apply in person TIFFANY la
ential, various colors, low mileage. Editing, Copying, Binding. before noon or after 3, at Great dows, Vict.
1970 ,> ton Ford van, 150 cu ft. Pick-up and Delivery. Lakes Steak Company, S. State FURN.; GU
cargo area, ideal for camper, tool Telephone Dictation. Road at Ellsworth. 57H1016 back WIND
truck. etc. 6 cylinder, automatic. STEPHENS BUSINESS MANAGER on back w/ears
non-slip differential, low mileage, maple table
Can]be examined daily, 8-4, at U.S. PROFESSIONAL sthup wanaffassisant,i.kIter paint C-14
Postal Office garage, 2075 W. Sta- TYPEWRITING directorship for schoo wear 77-78. ADVERTISIt
dieim. Information: call 769-7100, T P WRTNGdctosi o colya 77.SHERATON1
e436, Geoge Porter. 191015SERVICE Prefer sophomore or junior. Call E TN
Sandra Hunter, T-C Urban Corps, apron; desk;
- - 43-201, on.Fri. 1:0-5:0. anyfront desk;
WEC RYM SC LM S,, P.O. Box 181 Ypsilanti, Mich.4326,Mn-r. :050.Mn CENNTENNI.
CALM E. Stehens 434-8 other jobs available. Average pay
-r..... -- 19~nliA REPAIRS X31212 $3.00/hi.lI9H1016 II rl fer3.nLd
ount as two word.
3 tickets together for
within 40's. Call Ralph,
ys, 665-4949 evenings.
R - THE ANTIQUES
Sunday, Oct. 17, 5055
Arbor Rd., Exit 175 of
200 dealers quality an-
elect collectibles only,
uranteed for authentic-
p.m. FEATURING: A-4
boxes; A-6, A-11, F-7
dwich, Flint & Pattern
rVeer DOLL COLLEC-
ooks incl. leather bound;
& SWORDS; A-9, A-14,
DOLLS; A-15 PENN pine
Very; cherry SHERATON
y maple candlestand;
nen table covers; bow-
DSOR armchair; FLO-
nde" teapot, mint also
eacup w/saucer mint.
k WINDSOR. B-1 sgnd
mps, stained glass win-
furn. B-19 Nautical dec.
NS. B-24 PENN com-
SOR w/ears, -also fan-
; CHIPPENDALE curly
WINDSOR cradle old
COUNTRY STORE &
NG nostalgia. C-17
chest w/beautiful inlaid
ERRY chest also drop
PINE sideboard. C-31
IAL comforter, D-34
'UNKS, CAMERAS. E-1
n. small items, childrens
& blue fish set. F-5
-15A ADV. signs, prints,
RE items. Much more.
"CAT" CHAN EY
Remain Unrestrained? Witness for
yourself. Startling examples of self-
liberation by the world's best wo--
man escape artist.
OCTOBER 31-3 P.M.
PIONEER HIGH SCHOOL
OZONE HOUSE needs you to pro-
vide temporary housing for young
people in crisis-one day to 2 wks.
-a comfortable couch is all you
need. Call Punkin at 769-6540.
WHAT'S GOING on in the Attic?'
Come and see for yourself. The
Attic h1as the latest in junior sports-
wear andtdresses. Now open next
door to the Shoe Hut, at 1208 &.
at the Cross-Eeyed Moose receives
50 cents in pinball. Open 10 a.m.,
Sunday at noon. 613 E. Liberty.
SPECTACULAR NORWEGIAN ear-
rings, necklaces, and rings; hand-
crafted in sterling silver. Little
Dipper Candles, 415 N. Fifth Ave.
in Kerrytown (adjacent to Farmers
DEAR CUSTOMER-Our suggestions
for Preparation of Your Originals-
TYPEWRITTEN MATERIAL - for
best results use an electric type-
writer with a carbon ribbon on non-
eraseable paper. Corrections may be
pasted on original and this will not
show on the final impressions.
ALBERT'S COPYING, 995-0444
MANUEL de le TORRES
escaped from the oppresison of gov-
ernment. Can he release himself
from the chains Dennis Loomis has
waiting for him?
PIONEER HIGH SCHOOL
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. cFte
STUDENTS- GOTTA' WATCH
THOSE PENNIES? Then try the
Michigan League Cafeteria Student
Specials; 11:30-1:15 & 5-7:15 Monday
thru Saturday. Sundays 11:30-2:15.
Reasonable prices, delicious food,
fantastic atmosphere! 61F1 016
DREAMS WORKSHOP. Gestalt work,
art, & Psychodrama. Oct. 22-24. Bob
& Margaret Blood, 769-0046. 32F1021
RAPE VICTIMS sought by Feminist
for interview. Strictly confidential.
Call Jaie, 665-4779. 37F1017
Offset Printing, Xerox copies,
photostats, screened prints,
typesetting and much more.
STUDENT ACCOUNTS WELCOME
214 S. Fourth Ave. 994-4664
IT'S ALL TOGETHER at the Union.
Pinball, Bowling and Billiards. Open
every day. cF1014
FEMALE, 34, good looking, straight-
forward, and loving, wants close re-
lationship with stable man, over
5'10", 28-40,\ similar qualities. Daily
Box 19. 38F2014
F R E N C H 'TUTORING. Moderate
prices-native speaker. Call Anne,
HAD ENOUGH of feeling alone?
Want to be surrounded by warmth
& softness? Wrap yourself in a new
angora sweater from the Attic. The
Attic has the latest in junior sports-
wear and dresses. Now open next
door to the Shoe Hut, at 1208 S.
Ann Arbor's own "Breaker of Bond-
age" believes himself to be the best.
Can Manuel tie him down? See for
Cheap Beer, $1 cover I
Welcome to the
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFtc
LOWEST PR ICE IN
1217 So. University, 769-0560
WATCH THIS SPACE for our week-
ly specials: Kryptonite bike locks,
$15.00; "The Tape," $2.00; all
sporting goods 30% off,
2715 Plymouth Rd. Mall 663-2233
WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
ASTRO - ANALYSIS by Luci Ti-
tunik, British trained astrologer.
Private or group sessions for non-
threatening, creative problem sol-
ving. Master charge-Bank Ameri-
;ard. 994-1311. cF1212
COPIES-2i/ c each
Lowest Prices Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William, 665-4321
Read and Use
AD deadline is 12 noon the day
nefore publication (4 p.m. Fri.
for Sun. including corrections
and cancellations. l'he Daily is
not responsible for more than
one incorrect insertion of an ad.
ALvertisements may be removed
:rom publication but will be
gilled according to original num-
er of days ordered. This policy
:s also ap1.licable t~o ads requir-
.ng pre-payment. i.e., no refunds.
nformation regarding content of
classifiedads cannot be dis-
closed prior to publication. Ad-
vertisers names may never be
Number ofdlines in advertise-
ment is determined by total
number of words- words/line.
- Help Wanted" ads cannot dis-
criminate on the basis of sex,
color, creed or national origin to
any extent (i.e."p referably" is
"Found" ads are run free-of-
cnarge to a maximum of 3 lines
for 3 days. n
PLAY PINBALL AND
at theCross-Eyed Moose
open 10:00 a.m.-midnight on*week-
days; 10:00 a.m.-1:00 a.m. on Fri.
& Sat.; 12-12 Sun. cF1020
PERMANENT WEIGHT LoSS
Through B e h a v i o r Modification.
Weight Control National, 994-0019.
XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
1217 S. University 769-0560
PETER FREELAND and his guitar
will be appearing for your cocktail
and dinner pleasure Monday-Thurs-
day from 5-9 p.m. at the Blue
Frogge, 611 Church St. 90F1021
Welcome to the Famous
FUL L LINES IN:
*.Painters Pants e
FULL LINES OF
I NTER COATS:
Air Force Parkas
LEATHER Flight Jackets
DOWN & FIBERFILL
201 E. Washington
at Fourth & Washington
' ' BA4AMfRlCRD
QUALITY reel-to-reel Dokorder 7100. I AM a' full-time, free lance typist
Excelled specifications. $225. 668- with considerable experience typing
7414. 60X1019 books, dissertations, papers. I type
_____--_- -_. over 100 wpm, perfect accuracy
PRE-C.B.S. FENDER amps. Show- guaranteed. Base rate 70c per page.
man and Bandmaster. Apollo Music IBM' Correcting Selectric. Call Bill,
Center, 323 S. Main. cX1016 665-0166. cJ1212
GIBSON, Les Paul Custom. Black.
Excellent condition. $400. Call Mike, THE SECRETARIAT,
9-5 at 995-0889. 63X1015 DISSERTATION
HERNANDIS G U I T A R S, classical ! SPECIALISTS
and steel. 40 list. 665-7348. cXtc 'Typing, Copying, Binding
STEREO REPAIR by student in own Editing, Notary Service
home. Faster and cheaper than 812 South State Street
commercial shops. Guaranteed. Call New Hours: 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Dick, 662-5395. 65X1020 or by appointment 994-3594
USED GIBSON ES-335, $350. Apollo _____
Music Center, 769-1400. cX1016 TYPING
- and Business Services. Experienced-
GUITAR, accoustic Yamah with Quality-Reasonable. Barbara Burda,
case, like new. $150. 994-5248. 995-4223 cJ1212
TYPIST - Thesis papers, can help
PETS AND SUPPLIES with English structure and spelling
corrections. Call Penelope, 663-5788.
PUPPIES - FREE to good homes.' 74J1014
Father-Irish Setter, Mther-Hus- °-- -
kie-Shepherd mix. Nice markings, a FLUTE INSTRUCTION - Private.
nice disposition. 668-6931 evenings. New to area. Affiliated With three
41T1015 colleges. Member of profesisonal
duo Beginning - Advanced college'
AKC NORWEIGIAN ELKHOUND, students. 429-9241. * 24J1019
- I. @,: 0.11 A Q'1 -r~0'7Q- --T
PIZZA DRIVERS wanted. Must have
own car. Little Caesar's, North
Campus. 665-8626. 29H1022
YARD PERSON wanted for dis-
mantling auto parts. Part time or
full. Apply in person only. Diehl
Wreckers, 1773 Plymouth Rd.
incl. wax. F.
UNIVERSITY CELLAR will be ac-
cepting applications for winter book
rush, 1977, October 1-15. Further
information and/or application may
be obtained at information desk in
rear of the main store, ground floor
Michigan Union. Monday-Thursday
9-9, Friday 9-5:30, Saturday 10-5,
Sunday 12-5. 96H1015
For year round, highly experimen-
tal, creativearts community pro-
gram. Must be well founded in the
arts, experienced in bookkeeping,
fund-raising and public relations.
Challenging, pioneering work. Salary
$10,000 to start. Reply to: Search
Committee,, 2110 Sherwood Ave.,
Toledo, OH. 43614 or (419) 385-4058
or 385-2614. 30H1024
NEW SALARY RATES
The Veteran Administration Hos-
'74 SUZUKI 380. Good condition.
Must sell. $700, or best offer. 668-
1967 YAMAHA YCS street scrambler.
180cc, 6,500 actual miles, excellent
condition except in need of new
shifting forks. $150. Cheap trans-
portation. 663-0225 after 5 p.m.
1217 South University
Open everyday and evening,
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZL
-I I .
Buy, sell, appraise - used and new.
769-8555 or 995-7597. cMtc
BICYCLE Baby Seat, $7.00; Olym-
pia Portable Typewriter,. recently
reconditioned, $40. Call 434-3699. dM
6 month guarantee. We service all
makes. Vacuum Clean r Center,
1230 Packard, 761-3677. cMtc
SLALOM KAYAK. Paddle and life-
vest. $95. 761-0387. 82B1017
GOOSEDOWN Gerry sleeping bag,
$50.00. 663-7715 evenngs. 46B1015
male. $25 Call 483-5973. dT
We have it
ENSES for Nikon.;
gorE each $60. Te
LADIES' & CHILI
By Experierced Per
Liberty off State--6
East Ui at South U-6
LI ES pital, Ann Arbor, Michigan, an
active teaching hospital affiliated
35 Upsilon, with the U. of M., has immediate
d, 761-0828, positions available for license prae-
43D1020 tical nurses in Med.-Surg. and ICU.
_- These are permanent U.S. Civil
Service positions with a full range
s S of civil service benefits. The salaries
D "'a for L.P.N.s with no experience are
ES $8,396; with six months experince
$9,147; and with one and one-half
Ayears or more experience $9,923.
Effective in November, these initial
5 base pay rates will be increased to
$9,384, $9.978 and $10,543 respective-
sonnel ly. 10% shift differential is paid
9975 for afternoon and midnight shifts.
1 -2733 For an immediate interview,
68-9329 please call Mr. Norman Eaton, Per-
562-0354 sonnel Service, V.A. Hospital, Ann
Arbor, Michigan. (313) 769-7100. An
Equal Opportunity Employer.
N W M67H1028
FUN-LOVING SISTER has hopes of
meeting really together brother.
Good humor, with intelligence a
must. Disco party boogie get down.
Daily Box 1 dF1018
LEVI'S DEN IMS
CROSSWO RD PUZZLE
) 1976 LoSANGELES TIMES
This Weekend at
(October 14-17, 1976)
1429 Hill StreetA
663-3336 i the Univrsity of cht9i1n 1429Mi 3-3336
ATI D BOOKMOBILE -A Jewish Bookstore on Wheels
THURSDAY, OCT. 14-at Hillel-All day
FRIDAY, OCT. 15-on campus-call Hillel for ocaltions
FRIDAY 6:45 p.m.-Orthodox Minyon
6:45 p.m.-Conservative Minyon
7:30 p.m.-Dinner ($2.50, need reservation)
LOST AND FOUND
FOTUND-Gray-white male cat. Near
Museum of Art. Call M. Light,
weekdays, 764-5404. dA1016
LOST CALICO, shorthair cat. White
with brown and black spots from
8th St. and Washington area. Call
761-0140 persistently. Reward!
FOUND - Female . cat. Longhair,
Tortoise-shell, de-clawed. Call 663-
1 3277. dA10lS
LOST-(Gym), red pack, please re-
turn contents, important. 665-7518.
LOST-$25 reward - smooth brown
leather ladies purse, at Wake Forest
game Sec. 1, Row 49. Finder please
return to Mich. Athletic Dept. lost
and found or call 668-6937. 25A1015
LOST-3 keys on "P" ring and
whistle. Lost in Crisler Arena park-
ing lot. 663-5954. 79A1014
Vests and hats for men, women,
and children. Persian House, 320 E.
Liberty, 769-8555. Btc
SUPERSCOPE C-108 portable cas-
sette recorder with rechargeable
battery and AC adapter. Cost $175.
Like new, sell for $125.
Men's black Roots, size 10%. Worn
Raleigh Professional, 23% inch
frame, good condition, $500. Cali
GRADUATE STUDENT needs to
contact former Peace Corps volun-
teers for material for thesis. Please
send name and address to: T.
Byrne, 528 Hastings, W. 122 &
Broadway, NY, NY 10027. 70F1015
SORORITY NEEDS square dance
caller. If able and interested cal
Paula, 663-0844, as soon as possible.
THE LATEST in hair care grooming
products. U-M Stylists at the Union.
CINDY, I love you more than you
will ever know. 39F1014
SELECTING WINE from the Village
Apothecary cellar means properly
stored wine at a reasonable price.
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Univ.
ATTRACTIVE, desperate male grad-
uate student seeks female of similar
characteristics. Michigan Daily Box
LEV I'S CORDS
Race for the 7:40
both western and
207 E. Liberty
16 Port of Samoa
17 Campaign trail
20 Kitchen utensil
21 Sense of direction
23 Certainly, old
26 Geography illus-
34 Sounds of mirth
36 Greek letter
42 Parts of pumps
43 Special urban
45 Not long ago
49 - opera
50 Derisive sounds
53 Accent of a sort
57 Where the Stort-
58 Visitor to 4 Down
61 Object of a quest
62 Nothing: Sp. .
64 Small herring
65 Harness race
1 Super mkt.
2 Unit of measure
3 Familiar name to
4 Vital part of a
9 Variety of police
10 Street urchins
11 Ill-kept hush-
12 Suffix with duck
5 6 7 7
Farmer in the
Ladders of a sort
19th cent. essay-
In printing, long
Structure in old
Shade of blue
- mater, brain
i i --t---
- - 4 i-A
9:30 a.m.-Orthodox Minyon
10:00 a.m.-Conservative Minyon
f 1 -s-7 iS
Seniors and Grad Students graduating this December, April or next
December MUST MAKE appointments now to have yearbook gradua-
tion portraits done. These pictures are absolutely FREE this year. Make
celebrating, thercommpletiomn and renewal
I I m