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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ROOMMATES
WANTED-Intelligent, sophisticated
roommates for next fall. Interested?
Contact Jim at 668-6470. Sense of
humor a must. 58Y1102
TO SHARE 2 bdrm. spacious, par-
tially furnished apt. on North Cam-
pus w/prof. femle. Prefer studious
person. Call 995-2312 after 5 p.m.
64Y1031
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed for
2-bdrm., four person apt. (8 mos.
lease). Close to central campus. Call
662-1656. 51Y1031
FEMALE WANTED to share large 1-
bedroom apt. $112.50/mo. 418 E.
Washington St., No. 9. 668-7043 or
663-3641. 85Y1029
FOR SALE
CHERRY WOOD DESK, excellent
condition. 662-3715, 761-4999, per-
sistently. 65B1030
BENJAMIN - MIRACORD Stereo
Compact. 3-way speakers, precision
turntable, accessories. $250 or best
offer. 995-4466. 40B1031
SHEEPSKIN COATS
Vests and hats for men, women.
PERSIAN HOUSE
320 E. Liberty 769-8555
cBtc
ROOM AND BOARD
NEED A DORM LEASE for winter
term. Call Joann collect, 1-352-8409.
94E1 105
THREE LEASES for sale Winter
term. Mosher Jordan. 764-8829 or
764-8824. 13E1029
FEMALE, immediate occupancy in
co-op, E. University. 995-4356.
61E1103
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED-Co-eds for a photo con-
test. First prize $5000. For informa-
tion send resume and photo to
Larry, P.O. Box 606, Maumee, Ohio
43557. Ph. No. (419) 893-8519 eve-
nings. 74M1030
BICYCLE Baby Seat, $7.00; Olym-
pia Portable Typewriter, recently
reconditioned, $40. Call 434-3699. dM
USED VACUUMS
6 month guarantee. We service all
makes. Vacuum Cleaner Center,
1230 Packard, 761-3677. cMtc
/ COME.
91.7 FM OPEN
HOUSE IS
OCT. 29
FRIDAY 10 AM -7 P.M
&30
SATURDAY, 10 AM.- 2 PM
VISIT WITH STAFF
TOURS DISPLAYS
RE RESHMENTS
5th Floor of LSA Bldg
UM Campys
HARRY'S
ARMY.
SURPLUS
WE CARRY
FULL LINES IN:
* Painters Pantse*
" Bib Overalls "
" Levi's *
SNORKEL
PARKA

W HOOD
REG. $30 98
NOW $26.98
PLAID WOOL
SHIRTS
REG. $13.49
NOW $11.49
CHAMOIS
SHIRTS
REG. $9.98
NOW $8.89
FULL LINES OF
WINTER COATS:
Air Force Parkps
Pea Coats'
Field Jackets
LEATHER Flight Jackets
rnwAAII I'r. ER Dn L E

FOR RENT
HAVE YOUR OWN room in female
apartment. S. University. $130. 995-
4824, 971-6559. 9001031
THREE SPACES in female house
available January-August. Own bed-
rooms. Many extras. 663-6198 after-
noons. 82C1104
LARGEnROOM for rent. Shared kit-
chen and bath. Near campus and
market. $150/month. Available Dec.
1. 663-8066 evenings. 85C1030
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. Beauti-
ful aaprtment on campus. Modern
conveniences, dishwasher, free park-
ing. 663-8104, 663-7881. 93C1103
ONE BEDROOM unfurnished apart-
ment in house near campus. $205/
month. 663-6418 after six. .76C1030
FEMALE SPACE available Nov. 1
in co-operative h ouse. Lease
through Dec. Winter term option.
Contract provides room, meals, free
laundry facility, study room. Good
location. $125/month. Call Phyllis
at 761-1058 or talk with other co-op
member about Phyllis' space.
71C1031
ROOM. $90. No lease. Ph. 761-1734.
34C1031
OWN ROOM, excellent location,no
lease, own entrance, $91.25 rent.
665-2137. 67C1029
ALL ELECTRIC EFFICIENCY. As-
sume remainder of a twelve month
lease. 2 blocks from campus. Call
665-2338 evenings. I0C1029
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
PRE-C.B.S. Fender Showman Amp,
other used amps. Apollo Music
Center, 323 S. Main. cX1103
FOR SALE-STA-65D am/fm stereo.
Jim, 764-5606 eves. 83X1104
OPUS FLAT-TOP guitar. 761-9431.
cX1103

RECREATION
LEASE A LOVER-3 trained Dres-
sage horses (one CT), for lease,
indoor arena, heated facilities. 761-
8645, 971-2809. 53RR1109
TICKETS
JULIAN BREAM ticket for sale. Call
665-4779 persistently. dQ1031
WANTED - 6 tickets together to
Minn. game. Mike, 662-2304. 96Q1029
NEED 4 Minn. or Ill. tickets, to-
gether 662-2310. 77Q1029
WANTED - One Minnesota ticket,
preferably Sec. 26. Negotiable. Jay,
764-0552 or 668-8293. dQ1030
EARNESTLY NEED 2 Minn, tickets,
will pay up to $40 for good pair. Call
995-1447 between 4 and 7 p.m.
80Q1029
ZIPPER needs 2, '3, 4 . . . tickets
TOGETHER for Minnesota and/or
Illinois. 665-5503 between 6 and 11
p.m. 51Q1029
WANTED-3 or 4 tickets to Minne-
sota and/or Illinois games. Phone
665-5503. Ask for Leonard. 42Q1029
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-HELBROSE Calendar wrist-
watch. Gold with inscription. Re-
ward. Call 663-4701 late evenings.
70A1103
WRISTWATCH FOUND on Hoover
in front of Revelli Hall, Identify
to claim. Call 995-9863. dA1029
FOUND-SET OF KEYS near the
corner of Monroe and State. Call.
to identify. 662-1675. Call Randy
persistently, evenings. dA1029
LOST-Gold charm bracelet. Sub-
stantial reward. Please call, 663-
4959. 56A1031
USED CARS
FOR SALE - 1968 V.W. Karmann
Ghia. 5 new tires, convertible top.
38,000 mi. Runs great. Call Brian,
668-8551. 95N1030
FOR SALE-'68 VW Bug. No rust,
rebuilt engine. Call 761-1767 around
dinnertime. 54N1030
CAR FOR SALE. 1969 Chrysler 300.
Call 761-1222, after 5:30. Asking
$450. 41N1102

BUSINESS SERVICES
CUSTOM T-SHIRTS for teams,
clubs, cliques, Fraternities, and
Sororities. Free estimates by Brain-
storm Graphics, 665-5005. 39J1029
THE SECRETARIAT
DISSERTATION
SPECIALIST S
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Notary Service
812 South State Street
New Hours: 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
or by appointment 994-3594
cJtc
TYPING - Accuracy guaranteed.
Base rate is 50c per page. Ask Dave
'Saginaw,' 764-0824. (7-9 p.m.splease!
Emergencies anytimt.) 04J 1028
STUDENT typing on campus, rea-
sonable, day or night. 665-4286.
23J1102
TYPING AND PRINTING. IBM
Selectric. 20 yrs. experience. 116 E.
Michigan, Ypsilanti. 485-4800. cJtc
I AM a full-time, free lance typist
with considerable experience typing
books, dissertations, papers. I type
over 100 wpm, perfect accuracy
guaranteed. Base rate 70c per page.
IBM Correcting selectric. Call Bill,
665-0166. cJ1212
TYPING
and Business Services. Experienced-
Quality- Reasonable. Barbara Burda,
995-4223. cJ1212
NEW
UNIQUE
S ERVICE
MANUSCRIPT
TYPEWRITING AND
TYPOGRAPHY
SPECIALISTS
Academic/Professional.
Personalized IBM Composition.
Error-Free Satisfaction Guaranteed
Editing, Copying, Binding. I
Pick-up and Delivery.
Telephone Dictation.
STEPHENS
PROFESSIONAL
TYPEWRITING
SERVICE

USED
Apollo

FENDER GUIT A R, 1961.
Music Center, 769-1400.
cX1106

FOR RENT
WANTED-Resident Counselors forI
Friends International Co-op to
serve for school year beginning,
August 1977. Interested married stu-1
dent couples w/o children shouldi
call 662-6083. 60H1103
EARN UP TO $3000 PER SEMESTER
OR MORE
Campus representatives wanted to;
post/distribute information for com-
mission. N.C.M.S., Box 1384, Ann
Arbor, Michigan 48106. 78H1031
WANTED-A reliable and ambitious1
person, to maintain a Detroit Free1
Press Delivery Route each morn-E
ing. Daily and Sunday. Profit $20-,
35 per week. Phone 668-6911. 63H1029
FLYING ROUND-TRIP to L.A. orf
San Francisco this Christmas? I
will pay $25 so my 2 kids couldt
ride with you at half fare. Call 971-
7961 evenings. 47H1029
MODEL NEEDEDI
to pose for Playboy centerfold con-
test. Share $5000 prize. 434-1321.
37H1029j
OVERSEAS JOBS - Summer/year-
round. Europe, S. America, Aus-
tralia. Asia, etc. All fields, $500-1200
monthly. Expenses paid, sight-see-
ing. Free inform. Write: Interna-
tional Job Center, Dept. 13, Box
4490, Berkeley, CA 94704. 57H11113
Sendl STEEH to court . . . as your1
prosecuting attorney.1
George Steh
Democrat for Prosecuting Attorney
pd. p. ad.
- - - -11- -
ONE HALF-TIME SALESMAN. Must
have CAR. CallASCOTT CORP.,
11202 S. Main, 663-2023. 4511030
EXPERIENCED SALES person. Part-I
time. Apply Marty's Men's Fashion
Clothing, 310 S. State St. 45H1102
PERSONAL
WE DO PERSONAL, confidential
photographs. Single, couple, what-
ever. Send to Box 21, Michigan
Daily. 84F1104
ATTRACTIVE, fun-loving woman.
mid-20's, new to Ann Arbor, seeks
intel'igent sensitive male for ten-
nis, hiking, talking and music-go-
ing. Michigan Daily Box 16. 75F1031
Ta WAY IT WAS, is still the way
it is. Billiards and bowling at the
Union till 1 a.m. tonight. cF1030
DIRECT PURCHASING volume sell-'
ng and marginal profits assure you
that your diamond will be an in-
vestment at Austin Diamond. 1209
S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
Good LAck
Alpha Phi
in the mudbowl game this Saturday.
88F1030
To STEEH or not to STEEH.
That's the choice
you'll make
November 2nd
GEORGE STEEH
Democrat for Prosecuting Attorney
pd. po. adv.
97F1031
COME SEE-
Evans Scholar
Car Bash
430 p.m.
North end of E. University
89F1029j
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for chil-
dren's health screening clinic to be
held Nov. 6 and 7. For more infor-
mation please call Sally-663-1983,,
Jan-668-7991, or Maureen-761-3162.
69F1103
THE WAY to go is your way. U of
M Stylists at the Union. cF029
READ and USE
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS
if.

PERSONAL
DEAR CUSTOMER - Our Sugges-
tions for Preparation of Your Origi-
nals-PENCIL AND PENS-Pencil is
highly discouraged. Inks should be
a dark color; most felt-tip colors
copy well, but avoid yellows,
orange, gray, and pinks.
ALBERT'S COPYING, 995-0444
cFtc
WHEN YOUsthink of prescriptions,
think of us. Village Apothecary,
1112 S Univ. Ave. cFte
INTEGRATION OF GESTALT AND
MEDITATION PRACTICES. Week-
end Workshop. Leaders: Michael
Andes/Catherine Lilly. Nov. 12-14
(six sessions: Fri. eve.-Sun. aft.).
Fee $35. For details, call 665-5439/
662-2801. 23F1110
GRADUATE STUDENTS- Spending
too much time with people in yourl
department? Join us for meals,
Friends International Co-op. Good1
discussions, parties, recreation, etc.
with people from many, different
fields and countries.Tom/Carol,
761-7435. 59F1031'
GIVE YOUR spare time to someone
who needs you. Be a Big Brother
or Big Sister. Call Larry at 764-9179.1
79F1103
TAYLOR-Gomberg, assisted by Jim
Price of TV 2, is prepared to pull
you and Ray Lane into the Huron
River. Are you ready? 36F1029,
BEHAVIOR
MODIFI-
CATION
FOR
WEIGHT
CONTROL '
AFTERNOON;
WORKSHOP
At Campus Inn
Sunday, Nov. 7, 2-5 p.m. $6.00
andan
EIGHT WEEK
TRAINING
PROGRAM j

PERSONAL
JAZZ AT UNIVERSITY CLUB Fri-
day and Saturday, 8:30-12:30 p.m
Roots Trio, Noel Cunningham-piano,
Ted Hartley-base. Stanley Slaughter-
drums. Come on a trial guest pass.
No cover. 81F1030
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VIQZ IQTK -VO' VQSSET WSTR,
LE0ZL VIQD WKXET IQT GYZTF'
STR; VTSEGOTZGENGXK UGKNr
WTR, GK ZG COEZGKN! dF1030
WOW! That Wilbur! Guess they'll
put up with almost anybody who's
FUN in the basement snack bar of
the Michigan League. Open 7:15-
4 p.m. Mon.-Fri. and Saturday
breakfast. For those, who like at-
mosphere, food food, and insane
prices. 68F1030'
NOW LISTEN PEOPLES-D s is da
week ta sell dem Minnesota foot-
ball tickets to Zipper. 665-5503 be-
tween 6 and 11 p.m. 50F1029
DHARMA STUDY GROUP. a Bud-I
dhis' meditation group under the
direction of Ven. Chogyam Tr'nrpa,
Rinpoche. meets weekly for medita-
tion and study. For information
phone 761-3352 or 994-6657. cFtc
STEEH
dF1102
Happy Halloween!
I Littl? D'nper Caridlf-'s
415 N. Fi V h Ave. in Kerrytown
(adjacent to Farmers Market)
cFl029
COME SEE
POLY FOAM
Mattresses and. cushion" cut to sny
size. Shredded foam blown into!
your pillows.
CLARK'S OUTLET
954 Ecorse Rd.
Ypsilanti, Michigan
Ph. 482-4752 cF1109
RE-ELECT
JERRY DUNNt
U of M REGENT-DEMOCRAT

LOWEST PRICE IN
TOWN FOR
COLLATED COPIES
RACKHAM QUALITY
GUARANTEED
CO PYQ U I10K
1217 So. University, 769-0560
cFte
RE-ELECT
GERALD R. DUNN
b of M REGENT-DEMOCRAT
04F1102
Welcome to the
BLUE
FROGGE
GAME
ROOM
611 CHURCH
cFtc
THEOPHILUS LOVES CAROL AND
PHYLLIS AND MISSES THEM
BOTH VERY MUCH. 72F1212
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFtc
ACADEMY BOOK BINDERY-Qual-
ity and specialty binding. 209 S.
State, 11-6 M-F, 995-4000. cF0219

PERSONAL
DI SSE RTAT
SPECIAL

ION

STEREO COMPONENTS
20-40% OFF on most of the 120
brands available. Call B.L. Co., 995-
9337, Mon.-Sat., 11-6. cXtc
BANJO SALE. Apollo Music Center,
769-1400. cX1106
-U i ILOW EEN
K AKE-UP
Clown white, grease
paint, rouges,{
colored hair spray,
and much more.
WE CARRY FULL LINES OF
THEATRICAL
MAKE-UP
BY
* STEIN *
" MEHRON *
LUCKY DRUGS, INC.
213 S. MAIN
665-8693
On Main between
Liberty and Washington
Open til
8:30 TONIGHT

BUSINESS SERVICES
SEWING, alterations, repairs. Effi-
cent & sklled. Beth, 995-3790.
97J1103
EXPERIENCED MASSEUSE g i v e s
complete Oriental massage. Call Jill
for app't., 995-5347 before 11 p.m.
Legit Only Please. 21J1110
EXPERIENCED PROFESSIONAL
{ ~TYPISTI
IBM self-correcting with carbon
ribbon. Dissertations, manuscripts.
term papers. Reasonable rates. Cam-
pus location. Call Jim, 665-6906.
cJ1101
JOIN THE DAILY
The way it was
is still
the way it is.
BILLIARDS
AND
BOWLING
AT THE
UNION
till 1 A.M. tonight

03F1102 WATCH THIS SPACE for our week-
- - ly specials - This week's specials:
SPOACH SALE - 50% off selected Michelin tubes $2, many 27 inch
models all styles and colors, tires. $5. Kryptonite bike locks, $15.
dF1029 Belweather H.B. Bags, $6.50.
- ~- -- ~- - --- 2715 Plyinouth Rd. Mall-663-2233
Offset Printing. Xeroax copies.
photostats, screened prints, ALLSPORT BICYCLES
typesettin, and much more. cF1212
ARBOR INSTANT -T__
PRINTING STUDENTS
STUDENT ACCOUNTS WELCOME
214 S. Fourth Ave. 994-4664 Welcome to the Famous
cFtc
XEROX AND OFFSET CAMPUS
fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK INBAL
1217 S. University 769-0560
cFtc ARCADE
WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod or 1217 South University
traditional, Call 761-0942 anytime. Open everyday and evening,
cFtc Good Music

P.O. Box 181
Ms. Stephens

Ypsilanti, Mich.
434-1984
cJ 1212

HELP WANTED
PART-TIME OFFICE clerk. Forj
appt. and/or info., call Toya, at 662-
5575. 91H1103
BUSBOYS, early lun. sorority
house. 761-7110. 98H1103
EDUCATIONAL Organizaton in
Ann Arbor seeking executive secre-
tary w/excellent shorthand and
typing. Good salary and fringe ben-
efits. Call Toya, at 662-5575, for
appt. 92H1103
EARN EXTRA MONEY Parttime ask
a Shaklee distributor, selling top-
quality products. Unlimited earn-
ings, qualify for car. Call Jeff Melt-
zer at 764-3680. cH0212
COMPUTER PROGRAMMER/
ANALYSTS: Jr. & Sr.
To work on environmental pollu-
tion control models. Elective sched-
ules, full or part time, are avail-
able. Forward information to Box
14, Michigan Daily. 62H1105
GRADUATING B.S.N.'s-Receive a
24% pay increase after your first
year of service in the Navy Nurse
Corps. Make your first professional
position worthy of your education!
Call Navy Nurse Programs at (313)
226-7789 or 7845. Call collect. Call
today. cHtc
DEPRESSED? F e e 1 i n g Hopeless?
Perhaps we can help you. The
after care/continuing care program
is conducting a study, using medi-
cation for depression. Participants
will be involved for 5 weeks and
will earn $50. If you are 18-65, and
have no acute med cal problems,
call us for initial screening. In-
volvement in other therapy does not
exclude you from the study. Our
number is 763-5320. Call between
( the hours of 9and 2, Tues. and
I Thurs., or between 12 and 4, Mon.
and Wed. 19H1030

Beginning
Tuesday, Nov. 16, 7:30-9 p.m.,
WEIGHT CONTROL
NATIONAL
994-0019t
Free introductions beginning

immediately.
cF103i PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
---- ---__ Through B e h a v i o r Modification.
BARGAIN CORNER Weight Control National, 994-0019.
cFtc,
COPIES-21Azc each
CA M /ALowest Prices Anywhere
, ,IMPRESS, 524 E. William, 665-4321
cFtc

HALLOWEEN MAKE-UP
Featuring full lines of Theatrical
Make-up by Stein-Mehron.I
We carry all you'll need: clown white, grease paint,
glitter, rouges, colored hair spray, and much more.
Lucky Drugs, Inc.
665-8693
213 S. MAIN
that's on Main between Liberty and Washington
OPEN TIL 8:30 TONIGHT

STORE
LEVI'S DENIMS
Bell Bottoms
Boot Jeans
Traditionals
Button Fly
Pre-Washed
LEV I'S CORDS
Bell Bottoms
Straight Legs
SWEATERS
$8.00-$15.00
BEST SELECTION of
Western Shirts in town
Hooded Sweatshirts
$5.98
Longsleeve Sweatshirts
$2/$7.00
Flannel Shirts
reg. from $6.98;
tall from $7.98
Turtle Necks from $3.98
207 E. Liberty
663-8611
cw to

I WOMEN, DO YOU belong in Play-
boy? Highly skilled amateur pho-
tographer can make it happen. Con-
fidentidlity assured. Write M:chigan
Union 27. 55F1031
ASTRO - ANALYSIS by Luel Ti-s
tunik, British trained astrologer.
1 Private or group sessions for non-
threatening, creative problem sol-
ving. Master charge-Bank Amer-
Crd. 994-1311. cF1212
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1 Burden
8 Working copy of
a play
14 Direct
15 Big league ball
player
16 Youth
17 Abrupt
18 Drive forward
19 Glory
21 Edible grass seed
22 Accountants, for
short
23 Foot: Prefix
24 Word with farm
or ranch
26 Hebrew unit of
capacity
27 Lead sulfide
29 Consumer
30 Heretofore: Poet
32 Uncle and father-
in-law of Jacob
34 Shining
36 Spasmodic sound
effects
40 Cubic measure
42 Kind of engine
43 Drink
46 Did the hustle
48 Associate of a
fairway

J 1976 LOS ANGELES TIMES
49 School VIP's
51 Yellow bugles
52 Unadulterated
53 Tune
54 Hebrew leader
56 Dried root of a
Mexican plant
57 Pulled back, as a
pony
59 Plant-propaga-
ting method
S61 Locomotive
62 Ornamental
shrub
63 Mining excava-
tions
64 North American
Indians
DOWN
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2 Put together
3 Glass
4 Part of a pahlavi
5 Cake ingredient
6 Coin of Biblical
days
7 German pastry
8 Tolerable
9 Rush-hour crowd.
10 Clear (of)
11 Containing a
medicinal ele-
ment

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Drying frame
Bumper adorn-
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WEEKLY SPECIALS

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35 z'ollow
37 Discolored, as if
scorched
38 Ranks of noble.
men
39 Unexpected hit,
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41 Surround
43 Extra things
44 Adjust to a situ-
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45 Motto of Maine
47 Secret doctrine
50 Landscape
52 Describe
grammatically
55 Noun suffixes
56 - Jacques
Rousseau
58 Tuck's
partner
60 Evergreen

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TUESDAY: 1/2 price on beer
7 P.M.-1 1 P.M.
WEDNESDAY: 12 price on
beer & liquor
7 P.M.-1 0 P.M.
FRIDAY: 15c Hot Dogs
2-5 P.M.
NEW GIANT 7 FT. T.V.
for viewing your favorite
televised sporting events
12 PRICE on any

TODAY
DRINKS AT REDUCED PRICES
FISH & CHIPS
Creamy Cole Slow ....... ............. . 1.99

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