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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, January 8, 1976

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FOR DIRECT CLASSIFIED SERVICE CALL 764-0557-10 A.M.-4 P.M. MONDAY-FRIDAY

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HELP WANTED HELP WANTED FOR SALE
TELEPHONE WORK from home: SALES PERSON WANTED. $50/wk. SUPER SALE: 20, off on all tapers.
Ideal for students-set your own and 20 commission. Call 995-0627. "Two for one" on Gothic pillars and
hours, .must have own telephone. 36H0115 many bath products. Other items re-
Mrs. Ferguson. 971-2560. M.-Th. -- - duced. Sale runs through Jan. 17.1
1-6 p.m. 37H108 NEEDED: Readers for blind student, Little Dipper Candles, 415 N. Fifth1
paid and volunteer. Call Disabled Ave. in Kerrytown. 40B110j
WE AT the Children's Community Student Services, 8-5, 763-3000 for.- [-
Cooperative are seeking a certified more information. 0611109 FOR SALE, 1 ladies lge. down jack-
elementary school teacher to work -' ' - et and 1 down vest. Price negotiable.
at our alternative elementary school ATTENTION GRAD STUDENTS: 1995-9733. 33B111
between 8-20 hrs./wk. at $2.50 an Work Study Opening--supervising
hour beginning soon and continu- students in the Ann Arbor Schools. MOUTON COAT, $20. Excellent con-
ing at least through the summer. Contact Laura Rosa, 763-3548. dition. Hip length. Evenings, 763-
Call Annie, between 2-3 at 663-4392 88H109 6744. 45B110
or between 3-5 at 665-3943. 3811109 ~_~~_~ ._.-.--
STUDENT BUYERS' ASSOCIATION 2-BDRM. TOWNHOUSE: finished

Uncontracted Classified Rates

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PART-TIME HELP needed, ticket (U-M) Position of assistant coordi-
taker for theatre. Evening hours on- nator available in mid-January. Ap-
ly. Contact 994-0627. 35H0115 plicant should have some knowledge
-------------- . of food and supply ordering, billing,
ELECTRONIC and Microcircuit as- budgeting, bookkeeping, and typing.
sembly need part-time people to Living experience in a frat, sorority,
work approx. 20 hr./wk. Hours flex- or co-op would be helpful. Bache-
ible, inacityconvenient transporta- lor's degree is preferred. Send rcsu-
tion. Call 663-3352. 3911111 me to: Coordinator, SBA, 4315 Mich-
igan Union Bldg., Ann Arbor, 48109
EARN extra money throughout the no later than January 9th. 29H109
semester by volunteering for the ----.-- - y-----_ -__
PSYCHOLOGY PAID SUBJECT SILK SCREENED
POOL. Business hrs.: 9-12 call 764- Experienced production worker part
4209; 1-4 call 763-1101. 51H118 time in textile printing plant. As-
--- cott Corp., 1202 N. Main. 663-2023.
BARGAIN CORNER 1611

room in basement, stove, dishwash-
er, central air, drapes, and carpet-
ing. $$29,900. 994-5218. 56B111
YAMAHA SKIS, BOOTS, 10% Henke,
poles. Must sell. Ted, 769-0111.
531B114
SHEEPSKTN COATS for men ant
women. All sizes. Persian House of
Imports. 769-8555. cBtc
WEIGHTS--5 ft. bar with collars,
150 lbs.. various size plates, official
bench, excellent condition. 971-6902,
after 5:30. i 83B0111;

N.B : Each crouR of character counts as one word.
Hvohenated words over 5 characters count as two words
ithis includes telephone numbers)
10 lines eauals 1 inch 5 words per line

FOR RENT

APARTMENT SALE
Women's clothing, size 5; silver
plate items, dishes, glassware. MA-
MIYA C-33 camera and lens, men's
jackets, chair small tables, sleeping
bags. 14" snow tires, coffee maker,
antique sideboard, TV books, work-
table and many misc. items. Fri.,
Ja.n 9-Sun . Jan 11 10:00-6:00 525

CREATIVE BABYSITTER
For professor's small children, 5
days/week, 8:30-4. Must have town
transportation, references. 761-8477
after 4 p.m. 28H1117

m .. _ __ _.JAN.-AUG. Private, spacious furn-
FOR RENT ished 2-room apt. with shared kit-
chen and bathroom. Laundry fa-
cilities on premises. $150/mo. Park-
2 FEMALE Grad or professional stu- ing included. Call Rick, 764-0452 or
dents wanted for own rooms in on- 995-8483. 31C0110
r~mm~ In-d hn7C ctai ii 99-43 101

campus co-e ouse sCart9ng7. um-
mer. $70. Call 995-2567. 55C114

BABYSITTING and house cleaning. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY: single
Approx. 6 hr.k wk. Burns Park. 663- room and meal contract for male in
8302. 24H109 Lawyers Club. Telephone 764-8915.
54C111j

V41. k7 ., al.. . V- . LJj
S. Division, No. 3. Cash only. C MISTRYSTDENJnaC-i F IH!Mv"e m
520 0for consulting work. Jean Criteen-j FURNISHED ROOM available imme-
52W110_ den. Ultraspherics. 665-3701. 25H1117 diately, near campus and St. Joseph
hospital, also roommates needed for'

SAM'S
STORE
LEVI'S DEN I MS
Bell Bottoms
Boot Jeans
Traditionals
Button Fly
Pre-Washed
LEVI'S CGRDS
Bell Bottoms
Straight Legs
Big Bells
Western Shirts

RECEPTIONIST
Must type 40 wpm. $2.25/hr.
662-7757 for appointment.

Call
cHtc

LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Miniature beagle, very old
dog. 995-9709 14A111

modern and older campus apts.
Campus Management, Inc. 663-4101.
cC11l3
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. Two
bedroom, furnished apt. with park-
ing, air conditioning, etc. 2 blocks
to Diag and near hospitals. 662-7787.
cC1113

ROOM. $95. Near campus, utilities
included. Call 665-8074. 5-7 p.m.
420113
FEMALE GRAD to share 2-bedroom.
Own room. Close to campus. 663-
5407, 662-6161. 46C110
FALL '76
EXTREMELY NICE
ON-CAMPUS
APARTMENTS
AND HOUSES
Nancy and Jean will be glad to
help you with your housing needs.
STOP BY-OR CALL US
CAMPUS RENTALS
1 335 S. University !
665-8825
Monday-Friday 9:00-5:30
Saturday 10:00-2:00
VISCOUNT APARTMENTS
2 and 3 Bedroomf
Bi-Levels and Tri-Levels

FOR RENT
SINGLE ROOM in pleasant house
near campus. 994-6383. 21C108
NEEDED: People for doubles $75.
Co-ed frat on Cambridge. Jim 761-
5857. 230113
WOMEN NEEDED to complete 5 per-
son co-op style house. Own room,
close tocampus. Call.995-5879.
200111
ROOM, no lease, old house down-
town, large closets. 761-1734.
87C109
MISCELLANEOUS
FOLK SINGING for children 5-7
years. My Burns Park home. Mon.,
4-5:15. $2/session. 761-7550. 92M114
PETER FLEMING of Pellin Insti-
tute, Italy, offering four day Bestait
Workshop in Ann Arbor, January
15-18. $65. 665-2397 for information
and reservations. 08M110
USED CARS
69 GHIA. Rear damaged. Excellent
engine. 663-1167. Best offer. 49N0111
'74 PLYMOUTH Gold Duster - 6,1
power, automatic, snow tires. 995-
0177 26N109
1969 DODGE DART. 6 cyl. Auto-
matic. FM. $550 or best offer. 482-
2398 eves. 11N111
'69 VW BUS. New engine, book
value $1600. Call 995-5856 between
5 and 7 p.m. 19N109
'71 VW CONV. Auto., Re-built en-
gine, new rads, FM. 946-8836 before
noon. 13N111

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MODEL OPEN
M-F, 11-1, 6-8 Weekends, 2-4
1316 Geddes No. 3

SITUATIONS WANTED
TUTOR FOR FRENCH: 4 years pro-
ficiency. Must have references. Top
$$$. Keith, 994-3549 after 6 p.m.
Needed immediately. 340109
WANTED - Challenging job with
long hours and no pay. Duties:
auditing books of major campus lo-
cal, developing innovative (and in-
expensive) fiscal programs, inform-
ing members of financial bnefits
from international union. Reward:
opportunity to get a union on its
feet financially. Vote Bennish, Har-
mon and Kivisto, Trustees, 2001.
(pd pol adv)
980109
SUBLET
FEMALE to share bedroom in 4-wo-
man apt. Two blocks from campus.
Rept negotiable. Call 995-8362.
03U113
MODERN, furnished apt. A/C, dish-
washer, parking. Near campus. Jan.-
Aug. sublet, $290/mon. 995-8893.
07U108
GRAD STUDENT wanted to share
apt. with Psych grad student. Own
bedroom in spacious modern 2-bed-
rooms very close to campus. 995-
3193 persistently. 93U108
ROOMMATES j
FEMALE looking for roommate. 1-
bedroom, bath, kitchen, large living
room. Carpeted. $9.50/mo. plus util-
ities. Call 995-9781, 1309 South Uni-
versity, Apt. 8. 30Y0110
MALE STUDENT NEEDED TO COM-
PLETE 4 MAN APT. S. University
near Forest. Call 995-9069. 04Y111
ONE MALE needed to complete 4-
man apt. near campus. $73/mon. 994-
5070. OYIll
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
NEW SHIPMENT of Upright Pianos
from $175. Apollo Music Center, 761-
9430. cXtc
TUESDAY SALE: up to 25% off,
must mention ad. See Don, Apollo
Music Center, 323 S. Main, 761-9430.
cXtc
GUITARS, 40% off list. Garcip, Her-
nandis, Ramirez. 665-7348 ir 429-
9241. cXtc
BUSINESS SERVICES
ENGLISH for foreign students.
Qualified, experienced teachers. Rea-
sonable rates. Grammar, conversa-
tion, composition. Call 769-6076.
27J110
EXPERIENCED MOVERS-One piece
or a house load. Reasonable rates.
Excellent references. 994-9297. 02J109
EDITORIAL SERVICES
Highest references 769-2931
05J131
VIOLIN LESSONS
Beginning through advanced., U-M
Doctorate. For information call:
663-8392. 09J110
BANDS for frat parties. Don, 761-
9431 and 487-5526. cJtc
TYPING, Copying, Binding, Editing,
Keypunching, Notary Service.
THE SECRETARIAT
Dissertation Specialists
812 S. State Street
8 a.m.-10 p.m. 994-3594
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. cJtc
TRAVEL
SEE real beauty and splendor at its
best this summer in Colorado, by
back-packing in the mountains. Call
Mary for information about the
package, 995-2167, after 7:00 p.m.
77P108
PERSONAL
THERE WILL BE a meeting for any-
one interested in officiating IM
Hockey at 7:30 and Basketball at
8:30 TONIGHT at the Sports Coli-
seum (Fifth and Hill). There will be
an instructional clinic Sunday, Jan.
11 at 8:30 at the Coliseum. dF08
UM BOWLING TEAMS challenge
Roll-offs. Sign up at Union Lanes
now through Jan. 11. Women's and
Men's teams, nine game block.
eFll1
NEW COURSE FOR CREDIT
"Politics of Mass Education." How
schools shape attitudes, personality,
knowledge. How schools feed capi-
talism. Endorsed by three University
profs. Tuesday or Thursday evening
discussion group. Limit 10. Jeff

Howard, Ph.D. program, Univ, teach-
ing experience. $20. Call 662-8193
for readings, course outline.
44F115
CHILDREN'S MORNING ACTIVI-
TIES- Burns Park, Mon.: 2%-3
yrs. painting, investigating, pretend-
ing, nutritious snack. 3 hrs.: $4.50.
761-7550. 91F114
Prepare yourselves for the return in-
vasion of PROCTOR & BERGMAN!
The dynamic duo will appear LIVE
at the MATRIX THEATRE January
18th and 19th and will show FIRE-
SIGN THEATRE movies in addition
to their live performances. DON'T
MISS THIS UNIQUE MULTI-MEDIA
SHOW! For info: 994-0627. 97F118
POTTERY CLASSES: Stoneware
Mon. and Thurs. 7:30-10:30 p.m.
starts Jan. 12. Call persistently 668-
8873, 761-8540. Schoolhouse Pottery.
95F111
" theres

PERSONAL
TIRED of the classroom? Want an
opportunity to learn in a creativej
environment? Learn skills while
serving the community. Placements'
available for committed students in
three experiential learning programs.
Projects are: Child Care and,Devel-
opment, Inmate Project, and Inno-
vative Tutorial Experience. Contact
Project Community at 2204 Michi-
gan Union, 763-3548. Sign up now.
Projects close early. CREDIT AVAIL-
ABLE. 90F113
Attractive young scientist seeks in-
telligent, attractive, nonsmoking
young woman. Box 333 Michigan
Daily. 89F113
WE ARE BACK! ! !
Dave, Chet, and Harold
U-M Stylists at the Union
Open 8:30 a.m.-5:15 p.m. Mon.-Sat.
CF110
NEED an address/phone no. to keep1
the parents happy? Use ours. Nego-
tiable, 995-1530. 80F0110
WINTER TERM SPECIAL
Next week at the Union Mon., Tues.,
Wed.: Billiards $1/hr. M-PIN Bowl-
ing, win a free game. Open 11 a.m.-
12:30 a.m. Mon.-Sat., 1 p.m. Sun.
cFll1
EXPRESSIVE MOVEMENT/
S CREATIVE DANCE WORKSHOP
Friday eve.-Sat., Jan. 16-17. No ex-
perience necessary. Margaret & Bob
Blood. 769-0046. 81F0116
CAN'T GO SOUTH FOR WINTER?!
Warm, friendly place to take meals
and make friends. FRIENDS CEN-t
TER INTERNATIONAL CO-OP. Call
Tom or Carol, 761-7435. 82F109
BUMPER STICKERS. Custom print-
ed while-U-wait! MBL PRESS, 1217
Prospect. Ann Arbor. 761-0942.
cFtc
TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO. and
Auto-Owners Insurance Co. offer1
auto and renter's insurance at lower
rates in Ann Arbor. Call Mrs. Spears
at 662-3107 for a quotation. Spring-
er-Kleinschmidt Agency, Inc., 206,
E. Huron. cFtc7
PERMANENT weight loss, smoking
reduction, study efficiency, tension1
control, through behavior moditfi-
cation. Call 994-0019. cFtc-
Offset Printing, Xerox, Wedding C
and Social Announcements
ARBOR INSTANT
PRINTING~
214 S. 4TH AVE. 994-4664
cFtc
WEDDING INVITATIONS - Mod or
I traditional. Call 761-0942 anytime.
cFtc
PREGNANT? Need help? Call Prob-
lem Pregnancy Help, 769-7283 400 S.
Division. Free pregnancy tests.
eFtc
COPIES -- 2%c each
Lowest Prices Anywhere
IMPRESS, 524 E. William, 665-4321
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
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-payr ent. 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 discriminatory).
"Found" ads are run free-of-
charge to a maximum of 3 lines
for 3 days. n
PERSONAL
TRANSMOGRIFYING
j TYPING
All electric. Serving the academic,
professional and business communi-
ties for 15 years. PRINTING, RESU-
MES, EjI)iING. TASK, 761-4146.
cJtc
XEROX AND OFFSET
fast, low cost duplicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
cFtc
MIXED BOWLING Leagues now
forming. Sign up now. Union Lanes.
CF111
STUDENT EMPLOYMENT Directory,
Thousands of summer jobs in sum-
mer camps, resorts, national parks.
Send $3.00 to: Shaker Prairie Pub-
lications, Route 3, Carlisle In 47838.
42F0128
WE GIVE SUPER discounts on
quantity wine purchases. Village
Apothecary, 1112 S. University. cFtc
ANNUAL DIAMOND SALE - now
in progress. Sale began January 1
and will end December 31. Austin
Diamond, 1209 S. University. 663-
7151, Ote
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1 Masts
6 Upolu port
10 Gender: Abbr.
14 "-- care..."
15 Shore bird
17 "--merry
madrigal"
18 Come between
19 In bad humor
20 Actor Randall
21 Gypsy man
22 College de-
grees: Abbr.
23 Tree
24 Radial, in
Britian
25 Watch part
27 Fanfare
30 Exclamation of
triumph
31 Nautical rope
32 Muss
36 Sailor's
maneuver
38 Stored away:
Slang
39 Moral philoso-
phy
40 Glide
41 Word with good
or bad
42 Astringent
44 Otherwise
45 Rustic sounds
48 Paul Newman
movie role
1 2 3 4 5
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49 Wire measure
50 Plant part
51 Like Pollyanna
53 Seaweeds
56 Swimming
pools
59 Painter of
George Wash-
ington
60 Flotsam
61 Monkey's
cousin
62 Denomination
63 In-
64 Foe
DOWN
1 City on the
Arno
2 Thor's father
3 City near Los
Angeles
4 Neural "record-
ing," basis of
memory
5 Shirt stiffeners
6 "- was say-
ing... "
7 Out of breath
8 Twist
inward
9 Arabian gulf
10 11th cent. date:
Rom.
11 Pantomime
12 Teruel title
13 - decacao
6 7 8 9
15

16 Move with a
lever
23 Tooth
24 Greek letters
25 Cloy
26 That's --
27 Medicinal herb
28 Loft
29 Wander
31 Of an 19th cent.
era: Abbr.
33 Swindler's trick
34 Appendages
35 Brink
37 Type of candy
38 Runner, as oz
landing gear
40 Movie work-
shops
43 Egyptian penin-
sula
44 Ruth McKen-
ney heroine
45 Musical groups
46 Informed
47 Caper
49 - sugar
51 Drops in
pharmacy:
Lat. abbr.
52 Actor Edmund
54 Baking powder
ingredient
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57 At the stern
58 American
humorist
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