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Poge Six,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, November 7, 1976

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FOR RENT '
STARTING in January, non-smok-
ing female needed to share a 2-
bdrm. modern apartment with two
easy-going females. Very close to
campus. $94 per month. Single for
part of time. Call 662-5299. 8801107
COZY I BEDROOM APT. Lease til
Aug., $160. 665-7518, late eves. Avail.
now. 66C1107'
FEMALE NEEDED for spacious 2-
man, 2-bedroom apt. $115/mo. in
Jan. 4 or 8 mo. lease. 662-3752, eve-
nings. 75C1110
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;dback and front
porches w/swing. Available Jan.-
August, reasonable rent, $175 fur-
nished. Call Wendy, 769-4019 after-
noons, evenings. 3601107
FURNISHED APTS. One block from
campus. 4 mo. winter lease. Uni-
versity Towers, 761-2680. cCtc
ROOMMATES
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted -
Share comfortable 1 bedroom apart-
ment one block from campus' at
William" and Maynard, 8 monthI
lease, $i 30 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
ROOM AND BOARD
FEMALE MARKLEY LEASE for sale.
Call 764-3837 anytime. 56E1123
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

SUBLET

STUDIO - Assume lease till Sept.
Two blocks from campus. Call 665-
2338. 90U1118

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TICKETS ,
WANTED-4 TICKETS Illinois game,
Call collect, Ed Kelly, 349-4179.
93Q1110I

Uncontrocted Classified Rates

EFFICIENCY apartment. Close to
hospitals. Available in January. 662-
6232. 59U1110
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Rotli Violin, $150. 1-1
292-2924. 87B1107
STARTER HOME for sale in Saline.
Quiet neighborhood near schools
and. shopping. Low taxes; efficient
heating; large lot; 2-bedroom, stove,i
refrigerator, drapes and carpeting.
429-9706. 81B1112
ORIENTAL RUGS
Buy, sell, appraise-used and new.
769-8555 or 995-7597. Also sheepskin
coats for men and women. cBtc

TWO TICKETS wanted, good ones,
Mich.-OSU. Call 665-2815 after 5:00.
84Q1112
WANTED - 3-4 Illinois football
j tickets. Phone 665-5503. After mid-
night or before 5:00 p.m. Ask for.
Len. 85Q1112
NEED 4 TOGETHER for Illinois
game at reasonable price. Phone 482-
5731 after 8:00 p.m. dQ1107
DESPERATELY NEED two good
tickets for the Eagles concert. Call
665-7549. 77Q1107j

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7.00
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8.60
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PERSONAL
DUDLEY-You are a nurd. But to
hear the Men's Glee Club in con-
cert. I'll go along with anything.
Lucy. 07F1107
OPENING TODAY at 1 p.m.-Bil-
liards, pinball, and bowling at the
Union. cF1107

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7.40
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12.15
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7 TICKETS needed for Illinois
game. Separate or group. 663-7033,
or 663-2642. 61Q1107
USED CARS

N.B.: Each aroun of character, counts as one word.
Hvhenated words over5 5characters count as two word.
!this includes telephone numbers)

BRAND NEW MARANTZ 6200 Servo
Control/Total Automatic turntable,
2 weeks old, must sell immediately.
$150, originally $200. Andy, 764-5758.
71B1107
WRISTWATCHES-Used. All kinds-
All working. Priced from $5 to $15.
Call John, 429-9286. 45B1109
HANDSOME CHINESE
SILK JACKETS
Super light. Keep you w a r~m
through winter. Ideal birthday,
Christmas gift for yourself, friends.
663-8280. 13B1114
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND-One wrist watch on Mon-
roe St. outside of the law library.
Call and identify. 483-4519. Call per-
sistently. dA1108
FOUND-Beautiful tan female cat.
Markley Hall area. Call 764-1876 or
764-1870. dA1109
JOIIN THE DAI LY

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5 words per tine

FOR SALE-'69 Cutlass. $125. 761-
7732. 92N1110
'71 COMET, standard transmission,
6-cylinder, must sell. 761-9759 after
5:00 and weekends. 89N1111
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
RECREATION
LEASE A LOVER-3 trained Dres-
sage horses (one CT), for lease,
indoor arena, heated facilities. 761-
8645, 971-2809. 53RR1109
BARGAIN CORNER

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HELP WANTED
WANTED-Resident Counselors for
Friends International Co-op to serve
for school year beginning August
1977. Interested married student
couples without children should call
662-6083. 91H1107
BETH ISRAEi, is looking for a
senior high school group leader. If
you have previous youth group ex-
perience, please call 994-6028 or 665-
9897. 82H1112
COOK, Saturday supper, Sunday
brunch. Sorority house. 761-7110.
73H1111
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
MEDICAL SCULPTOR wants part or
full time a s sis t an t. Applicants
should be artistically inclined. Call
764-6163. 63H1110
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

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For
Hunters

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SAM'S
STORE
LEVI'S DEN IMS
Bell Bottoms
Boot Jeans
Traditionals
Button Fly
Pie-Washed
LEVI'S CORDS
Bell Bottoms
Straight Legs
SWEATERS
$8.00-$15.00m
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

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LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER for elderly
couple. Own room and bath. Light
cooking, cleaning. Must have own
car. Home evenings, 6-10. 764-3121.
27H1 107
OVERSEAS JOBS - Summer/year-
round. Europe, S. America, Aus-
tralia, Asia, etc. All fields, $500- 200
monthly. Expenses paid, sight-see-
ing. Free inform. Write: Interna-
tional Job Center, Dept. 13, Box
4490, Berkeley, CA 94704. 57H1111
PROFESSIONAL MAN needs house-
keeper/organizer, 6-10 hrs. per week.
Some college, amiable, hard working,
character references. Reply Daily
Box 75. 48H1107
TEACH ERS,
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 training. Our company
'offers high pay,, benefits,
flexible hours. Job security
with unlimited growth po-
tential. Increase your own
reading speed 50-100% by
attending our introductory,
interview,
SSunday, Nov. 7,
7 :00 p.m.
Campus InnmHotel
;1'5 E Hjrn

HELP WANTED
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
BUSINESS SERVICES
S W E DI S H INSTRUCTOR, Native
speaker. Call 668-6511. 43J1107
COMPOSITION TUTORING, special-
izing in American Literature/Crea-
tive Writing. If you have trouble
writing, I can help. Reasonable. 995-
0507, evenings. 17J1113
THE SECRETARIAT,
DISSERTATION
SPECIALISTS
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Notary Service
812 South State Street
New Hours: 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
or by appointment 994-3594
cJte
TYPING
and Business Services. Experienced-
Quality-Reasonable. Barbara Burda,
995-42* cJ1212
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 PRINTING. IBM
Selectric. 20 yrs. experience. 116 E.
Michigan, Ypsilanti. 485-4800. cJtc
NEW
UNIQUE
SERVICE
MANUSCRIPT
TYPEWRITING AND
TYPOGRAPHY
SPECIALISTS
Academic/Professional.
Personalized IBM Composition.
Error-Free Satisfaction Guaranteed
Editing, Copying, Binding.
Pick-up and Delivery.
Telephone Dictation.
STEPH ENS
PROFESSIONAL
TYPEWRITING
SERVICE

U of M WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL
CLUB NEEDS PLAYERS. Mon. 8-10
p.m., Wed. 6-8 in "Tennis Gym" of
CCRB. 50F1124
ISRAELI DANCING - Now meets
Sundays 1-3 p.m., at 1429 Hill St.
$.25. Beginners-advanced welcome.
80F1107
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. Sun-
days 10-8. 1313 South University.
cFtc
I KNEW that agony column would
draw you away from your bee-keep-
ing! We shall indeed meet again,
but not when you expect it. dF
FREE FOOSBALL-
Every Monday between 3-4 p.m. at
the Cross-Eyed Moose. cF1123
DHARMA STUDY GROUP, a Bud-
dhist meditation group under the1
direction of Ven. Chogyam Trungpa,
Rinpoche, meets weekly for medita-
tion and study. For information
phone 761-3352 or 994-6657. oFtc
MAY WE HELP you with your non-
prescription drug needs? Village
Apothecary, 1112 S. Univ. Ave. eFte
DON'T PAY for a store's overhead
via high mark-up. For the area's
lowest prices and finest qualities
possible on an engagement ring,
shop Austin Diamond, 1209 S. Uni-
versity, 663-7151. cFtc
FREE SUB
given to each new record holder on
our pinball machines at the
CROSS-EYED MOOSE, 613 E. Lib-
etty. Open 10:00 a.m.-midnlght.
cF1124
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
UKRAINIAN STUDENTS! Meeting
Nov. 9, 8:00 p.m., Commons Rm.,
MLB. 86F1109
WE ARE MOVING:
$15-300 off bicycles in stock and
close-out on sporting goods: 30-50%
oU- on balls,'rackets, gloves, shoes,
socks, jackets, bags and more.
ALLSPORT BICYCLES
2715 Plymouth Rd. Mall 663-2233
cF1212
JEALOUSY WORKSHOP for couples
or individuals struggling with feel-
ings about an "other man/woman"
Nov. 12-14. Bob and Margaret Blood,
769-0046. 31F1111
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,

PERSONAL
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
SHOOT FIRST, ask questions later.
Billiards at the Union. Open 'till
1:00 a.m. tonight. cF1107
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
POLY FOAM
Mattresses and cushions cut to any
size. Shredded foam blown into
Iyour pillows.
CLARK'S OUTLET
954 Ecorse Rd.
Ypsilanti, Michigan
Ph. 482-4752 cF1109
CAMPUS PINBALL
* 2 free games with this ad
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. One ad per person.
cFtc
XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating,
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
cFtc
WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
cFtc
Nat Durham ;
Call Tammy, 764-5628
83F1107
Offset Printing, Xerox copies,
photostats, screened prints,
typesetting and much more.
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING
STUDENT ACCOUNTS WELCOME
214 S. Fourth Ave. 994-4664
cFtc
DISSERTATION
SPECIAL
LOWEST PRICE IN
TOWN FOR
COLLATED COPIES
RACKHAM QUALITY
GUARANTEED
COPYQUICK
1217 So. University, 769-0560
cFtc
Welcome to the
BLUE
FROGGE
GAME
ROOM,
611 CHURCH
cFtc
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect, Ann Arbor, 761-0942. cFtc

CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
POLICY
AD deadline is 12 noon the day
before publication (4 p.m. Fri.
for Sun.) including corrections
and cancellations. The Daily is
not responsible for more than
oie incorrect insertion of an ad.
Acvertisements may be removed
from publication but will be
billed according to original num-
ber of days ordered. This policy
is also applicable to ads requir-
ing pre-payment. i.e., no refunds.
Information regarding content of
classified ads cannot be dis-
closed prior to publication. Ad-
vertisers names may never be
revealed.
Number of lines in advertise-
meut is determined by total
number of words-5 words/line.
'Help Wanted" ads cannot dis-
criminate on the basis of sex,
color, creed or national origin to
any extent (i.e. "preferably" is
still discriminatory).
"Found" ads are run free-of-
charge to a maximum of 3 lines
for 3 days. n
PERSONAL
PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS
Through B e h a v i or Modification.
Weight Control National, 994-0019.
etc
ACADEMY BOOK BINDERY'-Qual-
ity and specialty binding. 209 S.
State, 11-6 M-F, 995-4000. F0219
COPIES-2"c each
Lowest Prices Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William, 665-4321
cFtc
ASTRO - ANALYSIS by Luci T1-
tunik, British trained astrologer.
Private or group sessions for non-
threatening, creative problem sol-
ving. Master charge-Bank Amerl-
ard. 994-1311. CF1212
THEOPHILUS LOVES CAROL AND
PHYLLIS AND MISSES THEM
BOTH VERY MUCH. 72F1212
STUDENTS
Welcome to the Famous
CAMPUS
PINBALL
*,ARCADE A
1217 South University
Open everyday and evening,
Good Music.
cFte
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'Mow many people
do you know who have
been curd of cancer?"
Almost everybody knows someone who
has-died of cancer. But the fact is about two
million living Americans have been cured.
Not only cured but leading active, normal
lives. Another fact is millions more could be.
By getting to the doctor in time.
By.availing themselves of the most effec-
tive methods of treatment today.
By advances made through cancer research.
Research made possible with the help of the-
American Cancer Society.

if
you
see
news
happen
call
76-DAILY

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BIKES, SCOOTERS

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Ann ArborBely used; 2
69H110 ask for Dan.

GUITAR for sale.
years old. 764-7669.
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ACROSS
1 Elaborate style
of the 17th cent.
8 Performing art
14 Perform
15 Famous owner of
a cow, 1871
16 Obsessed with
book collecting
18 The "Jazz
Singer"
19 Interpret
loftily: Br. sp.
20 Spring mo.
21 Adverse critics
23 Geographical'
area: Abbr,
24 Glitter
26 In any way
28 Withered
29 Permission
33 Bread
34 Wide open
35 Space
38 Kitchen aid
40 Start of a
magic word
42 Actress Nell, of
the 17th cent.
44 - of 1976
46 Spring month:
Fr.
47 Confounded
51 Stowe heroine

©) 1976 LOst ANGEMESTOME
52 Self: Prefix
53 Vishnu
incarnation
54 Relative of E
flat Major $
56 Tightrope
walkers
59 Liquefied
60 Having too
much wattage
61 Cones, in
geometry
62 Namesakes of a
Spanish saint
DOWN
1 Jazz artist
of a kind
2 Off the armpit
8 Uprisers, for
short
4 Time term
5 Jai alai bets,
Miami style
6 - -Aztecan
7 Changeable, as
weather: Scot.
8 Silly slip
9 Phony names
10 Loyal, in
Edinburgh
the Seine
12 Part of a pencil

13 Harrison's V.P.
17 Fuss
18 Swiss card game,
pinochle's pre-
decessor
22 Equine sound
25 Thin in ton
27 Las-
30 Vehicle
31 Excess of solar
year over lunar
year
32 Careless one
36. In -
(although not
present): Lat.
37 College adminis.
trators
39 Cattleman's
term
41 In the distance
42 Pampas man
43 Besides,
old style
45 Look up to
46 Booms
48 Arrives
49 Latin lesson
word
50 Type of shoe
55 The Bahamas:
Abbr.
57 WW II org.
58 "- Maria"

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American Cancer
Society needs more
money. So, please,
give. We want to
wipe out cancer
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