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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, November , 1976

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FOR RENT

COZY 1 BEDROOM APT. Lease til
Aug., $160. 665-7518, late eves. Avail.
now, 6601107
FEMALE NEEDED for spacious 2-
man, 2-bedroom apt. $115/mo. in
Jan. 4 or 8 mo. lease. 662-3752, eve-
nings, 75C 1110
FURNISHED EFFICIENCY apart-
ment for sublet. $160 per month.
Single or double occupancy. Located
central campus. Call 761-4311-after
6:00 p.m. 7901109
STUDIO - Beautiful kitchen w/gas
stove, full-size fridge; living room
w/hardwood floor; back and 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
FURNISHED APTS. One block from
campus. 4 mo. winter lease. Uni-
versity Towers, 761-2680. cctc
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
HARRY'S'
ARMY
SURPLUS
WE CARRY
FULL LINES IN:
Pinters Pants e
Bib Overalse
0 Levi's "
A FULL LINE OF
SWEATERS
from
$8.98
to
*$15.98/
PLAID WOOL
kH I RTS
REG.'$13.49
NOW $11.49
HERMAN WATERPROOF
SURVIVOR BOOT

SUBLET
EFFICIENCY apartment. Close to
hospitals. Available in January. 662-
6232. 59U1110
ROOMMATES
FEMALE-Own room in two person
furnished modern apartment. Park-
ing, laundry, campus. $125. 665-5389.
67Y1109.
MALk ROOMMATE 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
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted -
Share comfortable 1 bedroom apart-
ment one block from campus at
William and Maynard. 8 month
lease, $139 per month. Leave mes-
sage at 763-1107. 23Y1107
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
FOR SALE
One day PLANT SALE and sup-
plies. Saturday, 11/6, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
1724 Hermitage, Ann Arbor. 24B1105
BRAND NEW MARANTZ 6200 Servo
Control/Total Automatic turntable,
2 weeks old, must sell immediately.
$150, originally $200. Andy, 764-5758.
71B1107
DUAL 1214 Turntable, $40; excellent
condition. Dave, 663-7829. 37B1106
WRISTWATCHES-Used. All kinds-
All working. Priced from $5 to $15.
Call John, 429-9286. 45B1109
OLD FASHIONED BAZAAR, Nov. 6,
9 a.m.-7 p.m. Visit the country
kitchen, boutique, nature center,
holiday trims golden thimble, col-
lectables, fish pond, children's only,
stocking stuffer, book nook, tea
room. St. Pauls Lutheran Church,
Liberty at 3rd. 81BI105
FOR SALE-Cheap Portable TV, $50.
Call 995-4471. 44B1105
LIIGUISTICS Book Sale. Nov. 5,
Friday; at the Frieze Bldg., First
Floor Lobby. We have books related
and non-related to Linguistics.
34B1105
HANDSOME CHINESE
SILK JACKETS
Super light. Keep you w a r m
through winter. Ideal birthday,
Christmas gift for yourself, friends.
663-8280. 13B1114
SHEEPSKIN COATS
Vests and- hats for men, women.
PERSIAN HOUSE
320 E. Liberty 769-8555
cBtc

USED CARS
1973 V.W. Deluxe Microbus, options
include bed-converter and AM-FM.
Super clean. 35,500 miles. $3,000 or
make offer. 426-4151, evenings-week-
ends. 58N1107
VW BUS, 1970. 7-seater, sunroof,
AM/FM, rebuilt engine, good condi-
tion. $1200. 995-0596. 65N1107
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
RADIOS, REPAIRS
MUSICAL MDSE.,
VOICE OF THEATER PA, Peavy PA
400. Jan at 663-9109. 49X1106
DRUMS FOR SALE-Pro Rogers 5-
piece set. Call Joe after 3 p.m., 662-
4824. 42X1105
STEREO COMPONENTS
20-40% OFF on most brands. Be
smart-don't overpay. Call B. L. Co.,
995-9337. Mon.-Sat. 11-6. cXtc
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND - One set of KEYS for
Chrysler car, plus misc. other keys.
Call to identify: Bill Wachob, 995-
0444, dA1105
LOST-KITTEN. Orange, black, and
white calico. Female. From E. Univ.
and Packard area. On Oct. 29. Call
665-8534 or 662-6255. 30A1105
MISCELLANEOUS
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
TICKETS
NEED TWO TICKETS to Illinois
game. Call 764-8585 between 8 a.m.
and 4:30 p.m. Ask for Earl. dQ1105
NEED 4 TOGETHER for Illinois
game at reasonable price. Phone 482-
5731 after 8:00 p.m. dQ1107
SDESPERATELY NEED two good
tickets for the Eagles concert. Call
665-7549. 77Q1107
WANTED-One good ticket for. The
Eagles Concert. 761-5355. 60Q1105
7 TICKETS needed for Illinois
game. Separate or group. 663-7,33,
or 663-2642. 61Q1107
WANTED--Illinois. Four together
or 6 together or 2 and 2. Call 1-
349-2610. 19Q1106

RECREATION
LEASE A LOVER-3 trained Dres-
sage horses (one CT), for lease,
indoor arena, heated facilities. 761-
8645, 971-2809. 53RR1109
HELP WANTED_
COOK, Saturday supper. Sunday
brunch. Sorority house. 761-7110.
73H1111
CHILD CARE. Four super kids, age
8-11, need after school supervision
weekdays 3:30-6. Own transportation
necessary. Call 761-7928 after 6. M-F.
References please. 70H1111
COOK'S HELPERS, 10:30-11:30, 3:30-
4:30. Sorority house. 761-7110.
-72H1111
CHILD CARE position. Administra-
tor/Coordinator/Teacher. Beginning
Dec. Mass Meeting Nov. 15, 7:30
p.m., Child Care Action Center,
3310 Sch. of Ed., U. of M., 764-3487.
62H1109
EARN EXTRA MONEY Part-time as
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
SENIOR NURSING STUDENTS-To
be a member of the Navy's health
team contributing your professional
talents and knowledge can bring the
greatest satisfaction you will ever
experience in your nursing career.
For information on how to become
a Navy Nurse, call Navy Nurse Pro-
grams (collect) 313/226-7789 or 7845.
cHl1123
TEACHERS
Are your TIRED of teach-
ing for LOW PAY?
Are you tired of not being
able to find work as a
teacher?
EFFECTIVE READING
SYSTEMS needs speed-read-
ing, study and m e m o r y
skills teachers NOW.
We assume the cost of,
your trairng. Our company
offers high pay, benefits,
flexible hours. Job security
with unlimited growth po-
tential. Increase your own
reading speed 5.0-100% by,
attending our introductory
interviw,
Sunday, Nov. 7,
7:00 p.m..
Campus Inn Hotel
615 E. Huron
Ann Arbor

HELP WANTED
GROUNDSKEEPER -- Maintenance
for condominium west of Belleville.
35 nrs./wk. winter; 40 hrs./wk. sum-
mer. Apply to P.O. Box 402, South-
field, 48037. 28H11051
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
NEEDS YOU
Experienced Salespeople are needed
in Display advertising. If you want
to make some extra money, iheet
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 '64-0560. dH1105

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
COMPUTERIZED DATING does it
again! The Michigan Men's Glee
Club has been fixed up .with Raquel
Welch. (see the better half of this
duo in concert November 13 at Hill
Auditorium). 05Fl105
WITH US, there is no second best.
Billiards at the Union. cF1105

The DAILY NEEDS YOUR HELP-- U of M WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL
People are needed to work inathe CLUB NEEDS PLAYERS. Mon. 8-10
Display Advertising and Finance p". e. - n~Tennis Gym" of
Depts. Low pay. but great people! pm.BWed. 6-8Oin'T ym'.5 F124
Interested? Stop by, or call Debbie, _
764-0560. dH115 TONIGHT.'Same hour. Same place,
L I UEytwo taps. Most Vitally Important.
LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER for elderly Your own safety at stake. Plerrot.
couple. Own room and bath. Light Ys78Fs105
cooking, cleaning. Must have own 78__1___
car. Home evenings, 6-10. 764-3121. JAZZ
27H1107 at the University Club. Roots Trio.'
OVREA OB _ _ _- Noel Cunningham, piano; Ted Hart-
OVERSEAS JOBS - Summer/year- ley, base; and Stanley Slaughter,
round. Europe, S. America, Aus- Fri. and Sat. evenings, 9
drums.
tralia. Asia, etc. All fields, $500-1200 pm.-1 a.m. in the ciub cocktasi
monthly. Expenses paid, sight-see- lounge,. catin thech.cUtil
ingFre inorm Wrie: ntena-lounge, located in the Mich. Union.
ing. Free inform. Wrte: Interna- No cover. Ask for a trial member-
tinlJbCneriet 3 o ship pass. 76F1106
4490, BerkeleyCA94704. 57H111 _
'Make Love - Not War"
BAR LACKEY WANTED - Full or .'s go - o tessr
-(it's good for our business)
part time Barperson to assist bar- AUSTIN DIAMOND
tender and waitrii. Experience not 1209 S. University-663-7151
necessary. Usual fringe benefits. See 1 U- Fte
Paul Janiak at Win Schuler's. 3600 ___._._____
Plymouth Rd. Equal Opportunity WE ARE MOVING:
Employer. 46H1105 $15-300 off bicycles in stock and
PROFESSIONAL MAN needs house- close-out on sporting goods: 30-50 '
PROFESSIONAL hMA nes he-off on balls, rackets, gloves. shoes,
keeper/organizer. 6-10 hrs. per week. socks, .ackets, bags and more.
Some college, amiable, hard working, ,.aLs RbaCa CLe
character references. Reply Daily ALLSPORT BICYCLES
Box 7:i. 48H1107 271,5 Plymouth Rd. Mall 663-2233
cF1212
BUSINESS SERVICES WE GIVE a 15q discount on con-
_ tact 1 e n s preparations. Village
S WV E D I S H INSTRUCTOR. Native Apothecary. 1112 S. Univ. Ave. cFtc
speaker. Call 668-6511. 43J1107 A th_ y 2 U . ,
COMPOSITION TUTORING, special- PLAY PINBALL AND
izing in American Literature/Crea- FOOSBALL
tive Writing. If you have troublet
writing. I can help. Reasonable. 995- t the Cross-Eyed Moose
0507. evenings. 17J1113 613 E. Liberty
open 10:00 a.m.-midnight on week-
TYPING-Preferably for undergrad days: 10:00 a.m.-1:00 a.m. on Fri.
students living in West Stadium- & Sat.; 12-12 Sun. cF1120
Pauline area. Reasonable rates. Call--
Lynn, 995-3998. 52J11061 "BRING US YOUR tired, your poor,
your overweight . . ." Fat Fighters'
THE SECRETARIATT Forum Daily Box 909. dF1105
WE DON'T PLAY GAMES! U.M.
DISSERTATION Stylists at the Union. cF1105

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PERSONAL
POLY FOAM
Mattresses and cushions cut to any
size. Shredded foam blown into
your pillows.
CLARK'S OUTLET
954 Ecorse Rd.
Ypsilanti, Michigan
Ph. 482-4752 cF109
WE HAVE a super selection of im-
ported soaps. Stop down for a sniff
-The fragrances are terrific! Little
Dipper Candles, 415 N. Fifth Ave.
in Kerrytown (adjacent to Farmers
Market), cF1105
The Secret Word is now
"SILVER BALL"
for free pinball at the Cross 1,ed
Moose, Wednesdays 3-4 p.m. cF1116
DO YOU LOOK stuffed before you
eat? Fat Fighters' Forum can help
you look neat! Daily Box 909. dF1105
SENSITIVE young man seeks mean-
ingful relat'ionship 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, Boz. dFt106
EVERYTHING is going here this
weekend. 20 game machines. 7 lanes
of bowling, and 22 billiard tables,
at the Union Opeii'till 1:00 am.
tonight. cF11O6

CLASSIFIED
ADVERT ISING
POLICY
AD deadline is 12 noon the day
flefore publication (4 p.m. Fri.
for Son. including corrections
and cancellations. The Daily is
not responsible for more than
ce incorrect insertion of an ad.
A.Xvertisements may be removed
trom publication but will . be
hilled according to original num-
5 er of days ordered. This policy
:s also applicable to ads requir-
.ng pre-payment. i.e., no refunds.
,nformation regarding content of
classified ads cannot be dis-
closed prior to publication. Ad-
vertisers narmes may never be
evealcd.
Nuni er of lines in advertise-
ment is determined by total
:nuuber of words-b words/line.
Help Wanted" ads cannot dis-
rimnimate on the basis of sex,
color,. reed or national origin to
any extent lie. "preferably" is
si ll discrininatory).
"Found" acts are run free-of-
cnarge to a maximum of 3 lines
for 3 days. It

COPIES-2- c each PERSONAL
Lowest Prices Anywhere
IMPRESS. 524 E. William, 665-4321 j BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
cFtc ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
- --- --- Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFtc
Offset Printing, Xerox copies.A W H
pimotostats, scmeened prints, PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
tphesettin and much more Through Be h a vi or Modification.
Weight Controi National, 994-0019.
ARBOR INSTANT etc
PRINTING ACADEMY BOOK BINDERY-Qual'-
STUDENT ACCdUNTS WELCOME ity and specialty binding. 209 S.
214 S. Fourth Ave. 994-4664 State, 11-6 M-F, 995-4000. cF0219
cFtc ---Iy l
__________ -ASTrRO - ANALYSI8 by Lud1 Ti-
tunik, British trained astrologer.
DI SgERTAT ION 1 u-n- o-ro
threatening, creative problem eel.
Sving. Master charge-Bank Amer-
:ard. 994-1311. CP1212
OTPR ICE IN THEOPHILUS LOVES CAROL AND
LOE ST PR E N PHYLLIS AND MISSES THEM
TO WN FOR BOTH VERY MUCH. 72F1212
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RATED 20* BELOW
Reg. $59.98
NOW $52.98

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FULL LINES OF
WINTER COATS:
Air Force Parkas
Pea Coats
Field Jackets
LEATHER Flight Jackets
DOWN & FIBERFILL
PARKAS
201 E. Washington
at Fourth & Washington
994-3572

Bring in your ski equipment on
November 5th thru November 11th.
We'll help you price it and tag it,
then we will try to sellitfor you
during our open house,
November 12th, 13th & 14th.
We'll keep 25%, and the rest is yours.
Iit doesn't sell, just pick it up on
November 15th thru the 21st.

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69H11076
MEDICAL SCULPTOR wants part or
full time a s si s t a n t. Applicantsr
should be artistically inclined. Call
764-6163. 631110
WORK STUDY - Clerical, $3.50/hr.
Mon.-Thurs., 2-7 or hours negoti-
able. Call 995-2337. 35H1112
WANTED-Poll workers. $2/hr. for
MSA elections Nov. 30-Dec. 2. Call
763-3241. 33H1114
WAITRESSES - Days, 10-2 daily.
Apply in person after 3 p.m. 2071S.
Main. '39H1109

SPECIALISTS
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Notary Service
812 South State Street
New Hours: 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
or by appointment 994-3594
cJ tc
TYPING
and Business Services. Experienced-1
Quality-Reasonable. Barbara Burda,
995-4223. cJ1212
1 AM a fill-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. 485-4800. cJtc
NEW
UNIQUE
SERVICE}
MANUSCRI PT
TYPEWRITING AND
TYPOGRAPHY
SPECIALISTS
Academic/Professional.
Personalized IBM Composition.
Error-Free Satisfaction Guaranteedj
Editing, Copying, Binding.
Pick-up and Delivery.
Telephone Dictation.

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. dFl105
!JEALOUSY WORKSHOP for couples
I or individuals struggling with feel-
ings about an "other man/woman"
Nov. 12-14. Bob and Margaret Blood.
769-0046. 31F1111
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
PRE-MED-Get 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,
1769-0046. 48F1105
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

RACK HAM QUALI I Y
GUARANTEED
COUPYQ U IC K
1217 So. University, 769-0560
cFtc
Welcome to the
BLUE
FROGGE
GAME:
ROOM
611 CHURCH
cFtc
FEMALE MARKLEY LEASE for sale,
Call 764-3837 anytime. 56E1123
READ and USE
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS

Welcome to the Famous
CAMPUS
PINBALL
SARCADE
1217 South University
Open everyday and evening,
Good Music.
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FRIDAY EVENINGS at Canterbury
HEALING OF PHYSICAL, MENTAL
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HUMAN BEINGS
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FRIDAY, November 5th

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8 P.M. HERB TEA

8:30 DISCUSSION

CANTERBURY HOUSE
218 N. DIVISION STREET
corner of Catherine and Division

WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod or
traditional, Call 761-0942 anytime.
cFtc
BARGAIN CORNER
SAM'S
STORE
LEVI'S DEN IMS
Bell Bottoms
Boot Jeans
Traditionals
Button Fly
Pre-Washed
LEVI'S CORDS
Bell Bottoms
Straight Legs
SWEATERS
$8.00-$15.00
BEST SELECTION of
Western Shirts in town
Hooded Sweatshirts
$5.98

ACROSS
1 One of a famed
London duo
6 Hokum
10 Yield
14 Walking -
(elated): 2 words
15 City on the
Truckee
16 Possess r
17 Country mansion
18 Certain city
resident
20 Old measure
21 Embodied
23 Weary
24 Kimono girdles
26 Spins in space
28 Lucid: Phrase
33 Laughs
34 Beams forth
38 Father of Leif
39 Full of thorns
40 Missive
41 Food of a sort
43 One's special
talent
44 Obfuscated:
Slang phrase
46 Roman hero
49 Pointed arch
50 Gimlet's cousin
51 Commuters'
handicap
2 3 4 5
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22

55 Highest in
degree
58 160-acre grant
60 Explosive
162 Endorsed, in
a way
63 Girl's name:
Abbr.
64 Dickens
character
65 "- offtosee
the Wizard..."
66 Public disposal
67 Italian islanders
DOWN
1 Pass onward
2 Indigo
3 Friend of
France: Var.
4 Lube
6 Thanks, amigo
6 - Rabbit
7 Skinny
8 Handle: Lat.
9 After-skating
treat
10 The Windy City

Spokes
Unconcealed
Brightens {up)
Oriental motel
"I'll get by as
long --- have
you
s 7 8 9

reproach
37 Incipient plant
39 Xantippe's
sppuse
42 Ivans III
and IV
43 Remnants of

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47
48
52
53
54
56
57
59
61

a sort
Bird of fable
Bermuda bird
Roused
Rice of Broad-
way fame
Web: Lat.
Wading bird
Arched ax
Stepped on
Coal scuttles
Netherlands
town
One of the
Aliens
10 Ii 12
16
23
27

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28
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30
31
32
35
36

- pitch
How handicaps
are often won:
Phrase
Speech gambit
Dress seen at
the UN
Where Everest is
Originate
December figure
Vexatious one
Caesar's

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SORORITIES
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