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BUSINESS SERVICES
TAROT-Private readings, Waite or
Crowley deck, question fully an-
alyzed with reference to Cabala,'
OTO and Hindu tradition. 769-1277
after 5 o'clock. 05J1011
TRANSMOGRIFYING
TYPING
j All electric. Serving the academic,
professional and business communi-
ties for 15 years. PRINTING, RESU-
MES, EDITING. TASK, 761-4146.
cJtc
EDITORIAL ASSISTANCE, article,
book,dissertation. Howard Rontal,
16-161. 66J1017
FOR SALE'
HP-45, including travel kit and ac-
cessories. One year old, $130 or best
offer. 764-2715. 50B1017
RECORDS
hundreds and hundreds of them
SLEEPING BAGS
down and dacron
ART PRINTS
40 high quality masters
1002 S. Forest - No. 1

LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Two manuscripts: RATS and
A GUIDE TO PROPOSAL WRITING.
From 3435 Mason Hall, Thurs., Oct.
2. Reward. 763-4542. 61A1014
LOST: Man's gold wedding ring.
Michigan Stadium. Reward. 761-2642.
38A1015
LOST - Solid turquoise necklace.
Campus area. Reward. Call 764-6036.
20A1012
LOST-Two Lhasa Apso Dogs. Small
black male answers to Chandi; other
smaller tan female answers to Tara.
$30 reward. Any information wel-
come. 994-5272. 97A1011
BUSINESS SERVICES
BANDS of all types (country and
western, rock, Jazz, etc.) for any oc-
casion.. Call 434-3259 or 994-0356.
41J10241

BUSINESS SERVICES

jMASSAGE-deep muscle, acupres- Come anytime
sure, ahiatsu, do-in, polarity, foot
and hand reflexology, applied kines- PDP-8 COMPUTER for sale. TTY
tology. Nutrition, exercise, fasting Interface, clock, high speed paper-
and herb counseling. Many other tape reader and punch, analog and
forms preventive medicine and nat- relay I/O, spare modules, software
ural self-healing. Steve, 1002 S. For- and documentation. $1800 or best
est, No. 1. Come anytime. 51J1012 offer. Call 769-7582 or 994-3226.
____ Lavename and number. lSB1O11
I AM a full-time, free lance typist 10-SPEED KOBE with lock. Brand
with considerable experience typing j new, Harmon Kardon 330 Receiver,
books, dissertations, papers. I type 20 Watts per channel, sounds great.
over 100 wpm., perfect accuracy 994-0947. 43B1014
guaranteed. Base rate 70c per page. _ _
IBM Correcting Selectric. Call Bill, WOMAN to buy lease 4-person apt.,
665-0166. 91J1015 $76.25 month. 995-7625. 28B1015
TYPING, Copying, Binding, Editing, FOR SALE - Smith-Corona Electra
Keypunching, Notary Service. 120 portable electric typewriter, $160.
THE SECRETARIAT Earth Shoes, 912 B, $20. Call 663-
Dissertation Specialists 6384. 27B1011
812 S. State Street ---____-- -
8 a.m.-10 p.m. 994-3594 RECTILINEAR 10a SPEAKERS, exc.
cJtc condition, $140/pair. Call Dr. M.
- Goodman, 994-6601 late evenings,
keep trying. 06B1014
TEAC A-7030 professional series,
rwhalf-track mastering deck. Call 764-
6625 persistently. Ask for Jeff.
89B1011

HELP WANTED
SALESPERSON needed part-time.
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Univer-
sity. Apply in person, a.m. only.,
cHtc
WANTED-People, men or women
ages 18-80 who want to earn $100-
$1000 per/month part-time from
their home for an interview. Mail
name, address and phone to P.O.
Box M-2190, 'Ann Arbor 48106.
14H1015
PART TIME help for food produc-
tion, 2 or more days a week, 6-8
hours per day. Apply in person, The
Bagel Factory, S. University. 23H1012
DELIVERY DRIVERS
Part-time, must be 18. Apply in per-
son after 4 p.m. at Omega Pizza,
101 Washtenaw Place. 11H1012
MATH TUTOR for High School stu-
dent. 994-3818. 12H1012
CHILD DEVELOPER/House Helper,
10 hrs./wk., flexible, $3/hr. Call 663-
9624. 52H1016
BABYSITTER extraordinary! For 10
hours per week. Care of lovable, but
retarded and hyperactive 11-year-old
girl. Must have 3:30-5:30 free week-
days. $2.25 per hour, start immedi-
ately. Own transportation, or Dial-
a-Ride. Please call 665-6853, after 4
p.m. 95H1011
THE UNIVERSITY CELLAR is ac-
cepting applications Oct. 6-Oct 16.
for Winter Book Rush 1976. Further
information and/or applications
may be obtained at the desk in the
rear of the cellar, in the basement
of the Union. M-F 9-5, Sat. 10-5,
Sun 12-5. 87H1016
PETS AND SUPPLIES
FREE, registered 11-month-old St.
Bernard. Has papers and all shots.
Call 763-2697. 46T1012
PLEASE take my cat! She's affec-
tionate, black and white, long-hair-
ed, and neutered. Allergic to her.
995-8356. 44T1014
FOR RENT
NORTH CAMPUS CO-OP, Female
contract for sale. October room/
board free. 663-4819. 70C1012
TWO BEDROOMS open in 4-man,
furnished house. Rent and utilities,
$70-80. Own transportation. 434-5586,
between 7 and 9 p.m. 60C1017
PRIVATE ROOM with cooking. Men
only. 314 E. William St. Shown from
1-5, 53C1012
EFFICIENCY-nodern, furnished,
Thompson and Liberty. Avail. Nov.
1: $165. 763-6423 persistently.
69C1012
SINGLE ROOM for non-smoking
person in friendly semi-cooperative
house. Catherine/Division. 995-3962.
90C1011
TAKF OVER LEASE Nov. 1. One
bdrm. apt. very close to campus.
Call after 6, 665-8410. 98C1012

FOR RENT,
FEMALE VACANCY North Campus
Co-op. October rent paid. Contact
Cathy or Jeannie. 663-6955 or 665-
0166. 67C1017
USED CARS
FOR SALE: '67'Plymouth, automa-
tic, with 7 tires, $250. Call 973-0799
evenings and weekends. dN1012
1965 DODGE Coronet Station Wagon
8 cyl., Automatic trans. New wipers.
Runs well. $115/best offer. Paul,
662-0429 evenings. 36N1012
'69 DODGE 'Window' Van, $675,
must sell. Call 1-878-3593nafter 4
p.m. 00N1011
ROOMMATES
WOULD YOU like to live in a house,
your own room even, for a paltry
$80/month? Nice house, nice peo-
ple, nice deal. If so, call Niles at
761-5648. Very close to campus.
dY1014
WOMAN: own room in 2-bedroom
house. $80/month. 719 Spring, in the
early evenings. 49Y1016
WOMAN NEEDED to complete large,
comfortable home. Own room, bath.
Inexpensive, very close to campus.
Call 995-3894 after 5:00. 31Y1011
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
McINTOSH 1C SPEAKERS. 7 months
old, best offer. 764-4983. 58X1017
MARTIN 00-18 used. 761-9431, 487-
5526. cXtc
HARMON KARDON 230 receiver 10"
3-way speakers. Best offer. 995-5221.
40X1014
USED ZILDJIAN CYMBALS. Apollo
Music Center, 769-1400. cXtc
ROOM AND BOARD
FOUND: two keys. Kingsley, 400 blk.
Call 995-9491. dA1012
FOUND: Kitten, female, 4-5 mos.,
grey and black w/white markings,
flea collar. Saturday, S. Forest. 663-
8114. dAl012
LOST: gray and white-striped kit-
ten, gold eyes, wearing white flea
collar. Call 994-5743. 48A1014
LOST: prescription glasses in gray
case. Central campus, 10-3. Call 995-
5375. 45A1012
FOUND: pair of wire rimmed glass-
es, aviator style, with brown ear-
pieces, black case. 994-0016. dA1012
ONE OR TWO STUDENTS
Room and Board, in exchange for
12 hrs. (1 student) or 20 hrs. (2
students) per week. Care of lovable,
but retarded and hyperactive 11
year-old girl. Must have 3:30-5:30
free weekdays. Stare in one week
or so. Pltase call 665-6853, after 4
p.m. 96E1011

TICKETS
WILL TRADE 2 Chicago tickets in
row 2 for OSU tickets. Call 662-5669.
63Q1012
WANTED: 4 M-OSU tickets together
for $100. Call 994-5041 after 6.
42Q1015
NEED FOUR TICKETS FOR INDI-
ANA GAME. Prefer together, but'
will take two pairs apart. 434-3699.
dQ
SITUATIONS WANTED
GUITAR and VOICE LESSONS in
your home. Fri.-Sat. daytime, 665-
5689. 3201017
SUBLET
FEMALE needed, sublet room in
modern 2-bedroom apartment; cen-
tral campus. Call 995-9681. 25U1015
MISCELLANEOUS
FANTASTIC PLANET. Matrix The-
atre Mania. Saturday midnight, $1.
BE THERE! 68M1011
PINBALL
WIZARDS g
TEST YOUR SKILL ON THE
PIZZA MACHINES AT ...
TOMMY'S HOLIDAY CAMP
Packard and State
High score for the week wins
pizza from Pizza Bob's
cM1014
BARGAIN CORNER
FINAL SALE
THIS WEEK,
OCT. 8-12
All new furniture. Sofas, $90. Up-
holstered chairs, reg. $79, NOW $35.
Sofa, love-seat and chair, high
quality, $185. Sofa-beds, sleeps two,
$79. Herculon sofa and chair, $165.
Dinette set, 4 chairs and formica
table, $67. Bedroom set, $135. Bunk
beds, $55. NEW SHIPMENT'S AR-
RIVED: MATTRESS OR BOX
SURINGS, -NEW, IN WRAPPER, $30
EACH.
Knights of Columbus Hall, 1915
Jackson Rd., Ann Arbor. Exit I-94
at Jackson Rd. Sale starts Wed.
12-8 p.m. Thurs. 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Fri.
11 a.m.-8 p.m. Sat. 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
Sun. 12-6 p.m.
Bring truck or trailer and save
more.
SO HURRY! ! !
W1012,

WANTED TO BUY
ORIENTAL RUGS: we buy used and
new. 769-8555 or 995-7597. cKtc

PERSONAL
ROOM for female at North Campus
Co-op. Inexpensive rent includes
room, board, utilities, laundry, tele-
vision, phone. Call Jane, 665-0166.
Leave message if not home. 64E1011
WHY do people bowl here?
Michigan Union Lanes. cF1011
THE very latest in professional hair
care products-"RK". UM Stylists
at the Union. cFl0ll
AIR HOCKEY
at the Crosseyed Moose, 613 E. Lib-
erty. Open 7 days a week. We also
have pinball and foosball. cF1014
GAY JEWS to talk on Judaism:.
Call 665-4552, Richard. 57F1014
PSYCHODRAMA workshop. Oct. 25-
Nov. 22. For information, 761-1141.
26F1016
WE PARTICIPATE in the Blue
Shield Prescription program. The
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. Univer-
sity. cFtc
SOME PEOPLE would rather play
billiards than watch a football
game. Billiards at the Union. cF1011
COPIES - 2%c each
Lowest Prices Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William, 665-4321
cFtc
HAPPY
BIRTHDAY,
PETE !
Lovingly,
The Daily Staff
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TYPING - RACKHAM/TURABIAN
Format. 3M Conies. Call Judie. 434-

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ADVERTISING
POLICY
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before publication (4 p.m. Mri.
for Sun.) including corrections
and cancellations. The Daily is
not responsible for more than
one incorrect insertion of an ad.
Advertisements 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-
ment 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 discrimlnatory).
"Found" ads are run free-of-
charge to a maximum of 3 lines
tor 3 days.
PERSONAL
HOCKEY-IM Goalie wanted. Call
764-2014. 08F1012
WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod or
traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
cFtc
FLEXIBLE, piano teacher offers les-
sons on campus. Theory, ear-train-
ing available. Master's degree. 662-
5850 before 11 a.m. 69F1028
PIANO, ORGAN. Terrific teachers
Improvement guaranteed. Professor
world-famous Santa Cecilia Aca-
demy, Rome, Italy. Concert pianist.
Beginners, advanced, will learn in
your home. 662-4401. 18F1024

A d otagainst nce?
One day the scariest thing about cancer may be the needle
that makes you immune to it.
The theory: build up the body's defense to fight off a
disease naturally.
Dramatic research in this direction is going on right now.
Scientists are working on mechanisms to make the body
reject cancer.
And the promise for the future is staggering.
Wouldn't you feel good knowing you contributed to the re-
search?
Feel good.
Please contribute. Your dollars will help further all our
cancer research.
We want to wipe out cancer in your lifetime.

SONY STEREO HP-480, $125. 663-
4039 after 6 p.m. 01B1012
1971 VEGA Sedan-1973 engine. Very
good condition, $875. Call evenings,
994-6645. 93131012
HELP WANTED
SALESPERSONS needed immedi-
ately. Full-time, part-time. Flexible
hours. Ann Arbor Cablevision, 4161
W. Huron. 34H1012
EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES want-
ed, full or part-time. Apply in per-
son. Wolverine Den, 1201 S. Univer-
si y. 35H1011!
FULL- and PART-TIME dining room
staff for new restaurant. Mr. Steak,
2333 E. Stadium Blvd. Call 995-2500,
10 to 4. 24H1015
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you
see
3 news
happen
call
76-DAILY

American Cancer Society

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5626. 84F1028 MAY WE HELP with your non-pre-
acription drug needs? The Village
COUPLES WORKSHOP, Oct. 17-19. Apthecary 1112 5d University.
Bob and Margaret Blood, 769-0046. Apothecary, 1112 S. University.
03F1012 LET ANN ARBOR'S only diamond
expert help you style your engage-
The Crosseyed Moose ment ring. It costs less. Over 5,000
will give you all the pinball games U-M men have. Austin Diamond,
you can play on Friday between 1209 S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
12:30 and 1 p.m. 613 E. Liberty. II-- - --- -._ .
ecF1015 UPTIGHT? Relax in whirlpool. An-
___!gela massages muscles in exclusive
TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO. and atmosphere. Legit. 971-6867, 971-
Auto-Owners Insurance Co. offer 1489. cFtc
auto and renter's insurance at lower
rates in Ann Arbor. Call Mrs. Spears
at 662-3107 for a quotation. Spring-' ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
er-Kleinschmidt Agency, Inc., 206 H A S H S C AR A B E D
E. Huron. cFtc SHARE ANE
___ ___ ___ ___ __L A VE A NE
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print- W H I M C A B 0 T!L0 D G E
ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217 C E R A M I C I D E A S
Prospect, Ann Arbor. 761-0942. A S K S I N N E S T E G G S
cFtc WALTZ SETTO GEE
PERMANENT weight loss, smoking S H E E B U T 0 U T
reduction, study efficiency, tension P R A T E R M 0 T E I S
control, through behavior modifi- D E R M A P N 0 0 K
cation. Cali 994-0019. cFtc ;A(CC R E8 ID A T R I A

AUDITIONS for UAC Children's,
Theatre Production of
FREE TO BE YOU AND ME
(based on the TV presentation with MarIo Thomas)
Tues., Oct. 14 Wed., Oct. 15
7:30-9:30 2040 Frieze Bldg.
Please come prepared with a sonq
FURTHER INFO, 763-1107
Don't Let The U
Screw You Again !'
SGC is interviewing for ACRICS
(Athletic-Advisory Committee on Recreation
Intramurals Club-Sports)
Interviews will be held
for 2 Student Positions
MONDAY, OCT. 13th
Stop by the 3RD FLOOR OF THE UNION for an
application and more information.

SAM'S
STORE
LEVI'S DENIMS
Bell Bottoms
Boot Jeans
Traditionals
Button Fly
Sta-Prest Belts
LEVI'S CORDS
Bell Bottoms
Straight Legs

CROSSWORD PUZZLE
U 1975 LOS ANGELES TIMES

ACROSS
1 Canadian
metropolis
7 Surfeits
12 Made ready
for use
13 Exhausted a
supply: Phrase
17 "It's Never Too
Late-"
18 Excel in

THJS SPACE CONTRtUTEO BYTHEPUBLISHER AS A PUBLIC SERVICE
The fever that won't break:
ThE RISING COST OF A MEDICAL EDUCATION.
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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

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42 Arctic dogs
44 Island dance
46 Tropical
flowering tree
47 Upward: Prefix
48 Parts of a
golf course
49 Word element
meaning "thief'
54 Heating device
56 Acupuncture
implement
57 Overabundance
58 Persevered
59 Grounds near
buildings
60 Overturns
DOWN

Turtle Neck Shirts
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Like most things, the cost of
attending medical school
has risen sharply
over the last
decade. To many
m edical students 1 /
thatocost repre- /
sents aheavy
burden, a financial . ;./{ ;rf2
problem that can
affect your con- ,f <> f
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Armed Forces
Health Professions
Scholarship Program
wasoriginated to
free you from those f
worries. Men and
women wo qualfy 7.
will have the costs of
their medical educa-
tiOn covered, and
will also receive a
substantial monthly
allowance.
The program offers
more than tuition and
salary it offers you the
opportunity to begin
your practice under very
favorable conditions. As a health care off cer in
the military branch of your choice, you'll find
yourself with responsibilities fully in keeping with
yourtraining, and with the time and opportunity to
observe a full spectrum of medical specialties.
When you decide on the specialty you wish to
pursue, you may find yourself taking those
graduate medical studies at one of our many
large and modern medical centers If so, you can
count on that training being second to none.
RnPth teh niansir'c and rmc-.nrc h urnrL himr cirrnn

Flannel Shirts from 6.98
Western Flannel
and Corduroy
Shirts
Book Bags .. from 2.69
207 E. Liberty
663-86 1 1

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town
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feature
26 Dmitri's
brother
27 Bread spread
28 20 Down lived
there
29 By
32 Compact
bundles
33 Oil-yielding tree
34 Droops
36 Suffix with
labor, favor, etc.
37 Cyclades isle
39 Picture takers
42 English term of
address
43 Grease paint
44 Musical
instrument
45 Single
46 Car part
48 Sound of
laughter
50 Burning
glass
51 Bordert
52 Garden area
53 Certain
greenbacks
55 Condition:
Suffix
56 Namein the
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companion
30 Race track
31 Nautical pin
32 Gives a false
impression
35 Petite-,
French soup
37 Latin beat
provider
38 Hostility
39 Well-known:
Abbr.
40 Life story:
Abbr..
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