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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, November 4, 1976

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FOR RENT
STUDIO - Beautiful kitchen w/gas
stove, full-size fridge; living room
w/hardwood floor; back find front
porches w/swing. Available Jan.-
August, reasonable rent, $175 fur-
nished. Call Wendy, 769-4019 after-
noons, evenings. 3601107
HAVE YOUR OWN room in female
apartment, S. University. $130. 995-
4824, 971-6559. 9001105
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FURNISHED APTS. One block from
campus. 4 mo. winter lease. Uni-
versity Towers, 761-2680, cCtc
THREE SPACES in female house
available January-August. Own bed-
rooms. Many extras. 663-6198 after-
noons. 8201104
ROOM AND BOARD
SPACE AVAILABLE in North Cam-{
pus co-op for male or female. Room
and board, $135 per month total.
Great atmosphere. Call Kim, 663-
9283, and leave message. 55E1107
NEED A DORM LEASE for winter
term. Call Joann collect, 1-352-8409.
94E1105
SUBLET
EFFICIENCY apartment. Close to
hospitals. Available in January. 662-
6232. 59U1110
ROOMMATES
MALE R OMMATE needed to share
two bedroom bi-level apartment
with three other male students.
Near the Business School on the
south side of campus. $88.00/month.
994-5806. 64Y1106
JOIN THE DAILY

ROOMMATES
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted -
Share comfortable 1 bedroom apart-
ment one block from campus at
William and Maynard. 8 month
lease, $130 per month. Leave mes-
sage at 763-1107. 23Y1107
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ONE MALE NEEDED to fill vacancy
in 4-person apt. Prefer responsible
person. 815 S. State, No. 7. 663-0357
or 1-837-2195. 54Y1109
LOST AND FOUND
D Tf-On ct of TKEYS fnr

TICKETS
NEED TWO TICKETS to Illinois
game. Call 764-8585 between 8 a.m.
and 4:30 p.m. Ask' for Earl. dQl105
WANTED-One good ticket for The
Eagles Concert. 761-5355. 60Q1105
7 TICKETS needed for Illinois
game. Separate or group. 663-7033,
or 663-2642. 61Q1107
WANTED-Illinois, Four together
or 6 together or 2 and 2. Call 1-
349-2610. 19Q1106

MISCELLANEOUS
BICYCLE Baby Seat, $7.00; Olym-
pia Portable Typewriter, recently
reconditioned, $40. Call 434-3699. dM

HELP WANTED
MEDICAL SCULPTOR wants part or
full time a ssistant. Applicants
should be artistically inclined. Call
764-6163: 63H1110

USED VACUUMS PROFESSIONAL MAN needs house-
6 month guarantee. We service all keeper/organizer, 6-10 hrs. per week.
makes. Vacuum Cleaner Center, Some college, amiable, hard working,
1230 Packard, 761-3677. cMtc character references. Reply Daily
- - -- - Box 7a. 48H1107
FOR SALE-

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DUAL 1214 Turntable, $40; excellent
condition. Dave, 663-7829. 37B1106

r'u~j- vne se ox y or .
Chrysler car, plus misc, other keys. RECREATION WRISTWATCHES-Used. All kinds-
Call to identify: Bill Wachob, 995- All working. Priced from $5 to $15.
04441 dAl105 LEASE A LOVER-3 trained Dres- Call John. 429-9286. 45B1109
'aehorses one CT), for lease,
LOST-KITTEN, Orange, black, and indooraes he d facltes6 OLD FASHIONED BAZAAR, Nov. 6,
white calico. Female. From E. Univ.$.dr 9 -2809. 53RR1109 9 a.m--7 p.m. Vist the country
and Packard area. On Oct. 29. Call 8641971-2109.R itchen. boutique, nature center,
665-8534 or 662-6255. 30A1105 holiday trims, golden thimble, col-
_ -- RADIOS, REPAIRS lectables, fish pond, children's only,
FOUND-Ladies wrist watch. Geddes MUSICAL MDSE., stocking stuffer, book nook, tea
and Elm. Call 668-6505 and describe. room. St. Pauls Lutheran Church,
--- dA1103BANJO SALE! Apollo Iu ic CenterI Liberty at 3rd. 81B1105
769-1400, 0
TRANSPORTATION X106 FOR SALE---Cheap Portable TV, $50.
- -- - VOICE OF THEATER PA, Peavy PA Call 995-4471. 44B1105
NEED RIDE to Bethesda, Md. (D.C.) 400. Jan at 663-9109. 49X11061LIIGUISTICS Book Sale. Nov. 5,
and back for Thanksgiving. Share
expenses. Betsy, 995-5158. 41G1104 DRUMS FOR SALE-Pro Rogers 5- Friday; at the Frieze Bldg.,First
----- - - - piece set. Call Joe after 3 p.. 66T- Floor Lobby. We have books relatedt
USEDCARS C824.J - 42X11p5. and non-related to Lunguistics.
USED CARSE 34B1105
USED FENDER GUITAR, 1961. ~
1961 FORD Stake Truck, 1 ton. Apollo Music Center, 769-1400. HANDSOME CHINESEs
$150.00. "Yes it runs." '761-0738. uXi706 SILK JACKETS

BAR LACKEY WANTED - Full or
part time Barperson to assist bar-
tendef and waitrii, Experience not
necessary. Usual fringe benefits. See
Paul Janiak at Win Schuler's, 3600
Plymouth Rd.- Equal Opportunity
Employer. 46111105
WAITRESSES - Days, 10-2 daily.
Apply in person after 3 p.m. 207 S.
Main. 39H1109
NEEDED-Soul music D.J. for mid-
December party. Call me, 434-1868,
afternoons or evenings. 86H1104
WORK STUDY - Clerical, $3.50/hr.
Mon. - ?hurs., 2-7 or hours negoti-
able. ('all 995-2337. 35H1112
WANTED-Poll workers. $2/hr. for
MSA elections Nov. 30-Dec. 2. Call
763-3241. 331114
LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER for elderly
couple. Own room and bath. Light
cooking, cleaning. Must have own
car. Home evenings, 6-10. 764-3121.
27H1107

dN1106
1965 CHEVROLET Pickup Truck.
Excellent drive train. $325. 761-6681.
32N1104
1972 LEMANS Convertible. Excellent
condition. Low miles. Best offer
over $1600. 668-7325. 12N1106
FOR SALE-'66 Mustang, runs well,
best offer. 665-0825. 21N1105

Super light. Keep you w a r m
.STEREO COMPONENTS through winter. Ideal birthday
20-401' OFF on most brands. Be Christmas gift for yourself, friends
smart-don't overpay. Call B. L. Co., 663-8280. 13B1114
995-9337, Mon.-Sat. 11-6. eXtc_
HERI4ANDIS GU I T A R S, classical SHEEPSKIN COATS
and steel. 40', list. 665-7348. cXtc Vests and hats for men, women.
PERSIAN HOUSE
FOR SALE-STA-65D amfm stereo. 320 E. Liberty 769-8555
Jim, 764-5606 eves. 83X1104 cBtc

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, GROUNDSKEEPER - Maintenance
for condominium rwest of Belleville.
4135 hrs./wk. winter; 40 hrs./wk. sum-
mer. Apply to P.O. Box 402, South-
field, 48037. 28H1105

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
NEEDS YOU
Experienced Salespeople are needed
c in Display advertising. If you want
- to make some extra money, meet
people and gain advertiisng experi-
ence, this is your chance. Access
to a car is necessary. Stop by the
Daily and ask for Don or Debbie,
or call 764-0560., f dH105
The DAILY NEEDS YOUR HELP-
People are needed to work in the
Display Advertising and Finance
Depts. Low pay, but great people!
Interested? Stop by, or call Debbie,
764-0560. dH1105
DEPRESSED? F e e I 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 medical 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 9 and 2, Tues, and
Thurs., or between 12 and 4, Mon.
and Wed. 19H1104
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. 57H1111
R.N.'S
The Veteran Administration Hos-
pital, Ann Arbor, Michigan, an ac-
tive teaching hospital affiliated with
the U. of M. has immediate open-
ings available for registered nurses
in Med.-Surg. and ICU.I
These are permanent U.S. Civil
Serviee positions with a full range
of civil service benefits. The start-
ing base salary is $10,716 to $14.097/
and up per annum, dependent on
education and experience. A 10%
shift differential is paid for after-
noon and midnight shifts. For an
immediate interview please call Mr.
Norman Eaton, Personnel Service,
V.A. Hospital, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
(313) 769-7100, extension 231. An
Equal Opportunity Employer.
8611104
BUSINESS SERVICES
S W E D I S H INSTRUCTOR, Native
speaker. Call 668-6511. 43J1107
COMPOSITION TUTORING, special-
izing in American Literature/Crea-
live Writing. If you have trouble
writing, I can help. Reasonable. 995-
0507, evenings. 17J1113
THE SECRETARIAT
DISSERTATION
SPECIALISTS
Typing, Copying, Binding
I Editing, Notary Service
812 South Staste Street
New Hours: 1 1 a.m.-6 p.m.
or by appointment 994-3594
cJtc
TYPING
and Business Services. Experienced-
Quality-Reasonable. Barbara Burda,
995-4223. cJ122
EXPERIENCED PROFESSIONAL
TYPIST
IBM self-correctin~g with carbon
ribbon. Dissertations, manuscripts,
term papers. Reasonable rates. Cam-
pus location. Call Jim, 665-6906.
cJ1101
1 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 PRINTING. IBM
Selectric. 20 yrs. experience. 116 E.
Michigan, Ypsilanti. 485-480, cJtc
NEW
UNIQUE
SERVICE
MANUSCRIPT
TYPEWRITING AND
TYPOGRAPHY
SPECIALISTS
A c rtc IProped onlI

BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING-Preferably for undergrad
students living in West Stadium-
Pauline area. Reasonable rates. Call
Lynn, 995-3998. 52J1106
PERSONAL
A LOT OF PEOPLE BOWL here.
Michigan Union Lanes. cF1104
WANT TO MAKE A DEAL? For
large wine orders try us. The Vil-
lage Apothecary, 1112 S. Univ. Ave.
Ftc
BRIGHEN UP your November with
a candle from Little Dipper Candles,
415 N. Fifth Ave, in Kerrytown
(adjacent to Farmer's Market).
cF1104
MONDAY NIGHT after 9. 2 taps.
Only-ourselves. Do not be so sus-
picious. Payment in hard cash when
goods delivered. Perrot. dF1104
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
"BRING US YOUR tired, your poor,
your overweight . . ." Fat Fighters'
Forum, Daily Box 909. dF1105
WE DON'T PLAY GAMES! U.M.
Stylists at the Union. cFI05
TRADE YOUR STUB
FOR FREE PINBALL
Your ticket stub from the football
game Saturday afternoon is worth
25c in pinball at Tommy's Holiday
Camp, Packard r.nd State, cF1111
"REPLAY" is no longer
the Secret Word
for free pinball at
the Cross-Eyed Moose
The Secret Word is now .
cF1104
CAST YOUR VOTE
X Food
X Friends
X Fun
Winners all at the Michigan League
Snack Bar. Open 7:15-4, Mon.-Fri.,
Sat. Breakfast. (Rose's the'one).
53F1105
YOU NEVER outgrow your need for
Spoach. dF1105
JEALOUSY WORKSHOP for couples
6r individuals struggling with feel-
ings about an "other man/woman"
Nov. 12-14. Bob and Margaret Blood.
769-0046. 31F111
TWO 3RD YEAR health professional
students, tired of shallow relation-
ships, seek interaction with attrac-
tive women of sensitive and intel-
ligent nature. Write Daily Box 45.
51F1105
ZIT JXOEA WKGVF YGB PXPHTR
GCTK ZIT SQMN RGU. Anyone fig-
uring this out, call Classifieds after
3:00 p.m., hstqlt. dF1104
-------------------.
PRE-MED-GeSt a head start'! The
Pre-Med Society is offering a new
Individual Study Program that can
improve your scores on the new up-
coming MCAT exams, 50-200 points.
Cost $150. Call 764-5034. . 25F1107
WHO SAYS the Midwest has to be
dull? New guy in town, law student,
30, bright, kind, decent, straight-
forward, sensual; seeks good woman,
23-33, similar qualities. Could she
be you? Write Box 23 and we'll find
out. 15F1106
SEPARATED - DIVORCED WORK-
SHOP for men, women in transi-
tion. Nov. 5-7. Bob, Margaret Blood,
769-0046. 48F1105
WE DO PERSONAL, confidential
photographs. Single, couple, .what-
ever. Send to Box 21, Michigan
Daily. - 84F1104
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. 23F110
WORK-STUDY SCHOLAR - Library
asst. up to half-time for Tech. jour-
nal. $3.36/hour. Call S. Fedunok
764-7228 weekdays. IFI05
LEARN THE FACTS before you buy
-There is more to a diamond than
meets the eye. Austin Diamond, 1209
S. University, 663-7151. eFt
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.
SENSITIVE young man seeks mean-
ingful relationship with sensitive
young woman. My interests include
athletics, theater, movies, blue grass
music, disco dancing. I am also
suave, handsome, and rich. Call
761-0738, BoL dF106
BARGAIN CORNER

SAM'S
STORE
LEVI'S DENIMS
Bell Bottoms
Boot Jeans
Traditionols
Button Fly
Pre-Washed
LEVI'S CORDS -
Bell Bottoms
Straight Legs
SWEATERS
$8.OO-$] 5.00
BEST SELECTION of
Western Shirts in town
Hooded Sweatshirts
$S 98

PERSONAL

LIVING WITH . . . A Gestalt week-
end workshop exploring the prob-
lems of living with others, or of liv-
ing alone and associating with'
others. Nov. 19-21. For more infor-
mation, call Pat Anthony or Cendra
Parks, 761-9195. 40F1107
DO YOU LOOK stuffed before you
eat? Fat Fighters' Forum can help ;
you look neat! Daily Box 909. dF1105
TED HIGH
Call Dave 995- 679
dFi1104

CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
POLICY
AD deadline is\l2 noon the day
before publication {4 p.m. Fri.
for Sun.i including corrections
and cancellations. The Daily is
not responsible for more than
e incorrect insertion of an ad.
A(vertisetments may be removed
trorn publication but will be
hiled according to original num-
.er of days ordered. This policy
:s also applicable to ads requir-
.ng pre-payment. i.e., no refunds.
niormation regarding content of
classified ads cannot be dis-
closed prior to pubitcation. Ad-
vert isers names may never be
evealed.
Nunf er of lines inadvertise-
meat ik determined by total
auiber of words -a words line.
rielp Waned-. ads cannot dis-
-rinmmate on the basis of sex,
color,. reed or national origin to
. any extent ie. "preferably" is
sil disci mi natory ).
"Found" ads are run free-of-
cnar 4 ,e to 1110 *ly wi11 11of 11110

XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
cFtc
I - - .. -.
WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
ettc
COPIES--2'2c each
Lowest Prices Anywbere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William, 665-4321
cFttc
BUMPER STICKERS, Custom print-
ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFtc
Offset Printing, Xerox copies,
photostats, screened prints,
typesetting and much more.
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
STUDENT ACCOUNTS WELCOME
214 S. Fourth Ave. 994-4664
e tc
DISSERTATION
SPECIAL
LOWEST PR ICE IN
TOWN FOR
COLLATED COPIES
RACKHAM QUALITY
GUARANTEED
COPYQU ICK
1217 So.. University, 769-0560
cFtc
Welcome to the
BLUE
FROGGE
GAME
611 CHURCH
cFtc
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Through B e h a v i o r Modification.
Weight Control National, 994-0019.
cFtcI
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c sa!eL a maximum 3I lines
tor 3 days. - n
PERSONAL
ACADEMY BOOK BINDERY-Qual-
ity and specialty binding. 209 S.
State. 11-6 M-F, 995-4000. cF0219
ASTRO - ANALYSIS by Luci Ti-
tunik, British trained astrologer.
Private or group sessions for non-
threatening, creative problem Sol-
ving. Master charge-Bank Amerl-
:ard. 994-1311. oF1212
THEOPHILUS LOVES CAROL AND
PHYLLIS AND MISSES THEM
BOTH VERY MUCH. 72F1212
WATCH THIS SPACE for our week-
ly specials - This week's specials:
Michelin tubes $2. many 27 inch
tires, $5. Kryptonite bike locks, $15.
Bellweather H.B. Bags, $6.50.
2715 Plymouth Rd. Mall-663-2233
ALLSPORT BICYCLES
cF1212
STUDENTS
Welcome to the Famous
CAMPUS
PINBALL
' ARCADE
1217 South. University
Open ev.rvday and evening,
Good Music.
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
ME LBA DARERS
MAR00N S L UL ATE
ELEVA T E R ESID E S
M I M E R N 0 8 AI L S
E N I P E D A A L E
LET DECORUM TAN
S E f N A R EV E R E
N A A REV
A R E T A T H L E
L A MLL
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CROSSWOD PUZZLE
) 1976 LOS ANGELES TIMES

ACROSS
1 Canines
5 Sports mentor
10 Large number
14 Cassowary's
cousin
15 Dragon of
TV fame
16 Aleutian isle
17 Flying Fortress
crewman
19 Time
20 Even chance
21 Builder of the
Suez Canal
23 Come forth
26 Retainer
27 Town: Ger.
30 Insipid
35 Teapot cover
34 Mojave
37 Navigational
abbr.
38 Gallery displays
39 Shields
40 Intimation
41 Road map abbr.
42 Baffles
43 Piece of land
44 Apparent worth
46 Che's comrade
47 Softly
48 Lordly

54 Lubricant
58 Ship of myth
59 Service
organization
62 Region of
Europe
63 Flee, in a way
64 "Three men in
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Balkan people
Ovine animals

25 Moderated
27 Article of
clothing
28 Spanish cake
29 Montezuma
31 Gloss
32 Burgos' hero
33 Recipe direction
34 Building
material
36 Algonquian
Indians
39 Where
Plymouth is
43 Motorcycle
attachment
45 Corrida partici-
pant
46 One of a
mythical trio
49 Bugaboos
50 Household

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1 Red ink item
2 Melville novel
3 Museum pieces
4 Money of a sort
5 Ballet necessity
6 Hoary
7 Big name
in boxing-
8 Heaven: Fr.
9 Beef cattle
10 Opera role
11 Tribe of Sioux
12 Halt
13 Containers
18 Europ. country
22 Murals by a
Spanish
painter
24 Beneficial

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Where Meshed is
Old oath
Jetty
Sask.'s neighbor
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