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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SAV1NG~ 7HEiY'RE ALL

FOR RENT
ONE BEDROOM SPACIOUS furnish-
ed apartment for 1-2. Near Campus.
Parking. First of September. 761-
0210. 97C810
QUIET RESPONSIBLE PERSON-To
share 3-bedrsnm apartment with two
grad students. Own room, near cam-
pus. Grads preferred. Available now,
$110. 769-1218. 98C805
OWN ROOM in Irge 3-bedroom
apt., posi. 5-108. O1C810
ROOMS AVAILABLE in cooperative
house. Very cloise to campus. 761-
9447, Cheri. 69C504
FURNISHED SINGLE ROOM-Ktch-
en privileges. 482-7321 or 483-3795.
93C804
LARGE 3 BEDROOM furnished du-
plex in older house with ftrepace,
separate dining-roo, parking, isan-
dry facltes, 1 block t Raciham,
$570 plus all utilites. 663-4101 days.
Cic
ROOM FOR FEMALE - 1%b blockss
fromscrmpus bus route. $120/month.
62-517. 73C08
FEMALE FOR SEPT. needed to share
nice one bedroom apt. 685-5935.
608C04
FALL RENTALS
One bdrm. apartment in house in
great campus location. Newy car-
peted, furnished.
Two bdrm. 3-4 person apartment in
modern building. Parking, laundry,
a/c.
CAMPUS RENTALS
LIMITED
1335 S. UNIVERSITY
665-8825
5804
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at
715 Hili Street, featuring Kosher
restaurant, game room and Judaic
libar. Only 2 minutes from cam-
pus. Caii 95-327. cCtc
UNFURNISHED TWO BEDROOM -
Immediate occupancy and/or fali
option, heat and water inciuded in
rent. Wes Park location. 662-7787
c~te
NOW RENTING Fall 1977
$S"i SOUCI (across from U-N'
Stadium FURNISHED one and two
bedrooms, parking available, Bisesa
to and from campus every half hour.'
See manager at apartment K- or
call 004-3955.
THOMPSON APARTMENTS
(at corer of William and Thomp-
son). Furnished effiiences, ne and
two bedroom apartments. See man-
aer at apartment 216 or call 665-
2280. CCt
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ROOM AND BOARD
WOMEN-NEW TO ANN ARBOR /U
of M? Meet friends. Share fun, Work,
savings. Co-ops. Fall/Winter. Call/
visit InterCooperative Council, 4152
Michigan Union, 662-4414. 77E8055
ROOMMATES _
4TH NEEDED TO SHARE a 2-bed-
room with 3 girls. Sept. 77-Aug. 78.
Shelley, 971-6261 or Maggie, 434-1342.
09Y810
FEMALE GRAD HOUSEMATE want-
ed. Own room in small cooperative
house. $70/mo. includes heat. 769-
3184, Howie, Rick, Beth. 13Y804
FEMALE SEEKS ROOM in apt. or
house. Call 995-9861. 97Y805
MALE GRAD SEEKS person to share
two - man two - bedroom KOSHER
apartment for Fall '77. Call 665-9940
eves. or 769-7100, extension 327 days.
Ask for Steve. 92Y805
WANTED TO RENT
MALE ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
seeks unfurnshed apartment. No
children or pets. Call 1-563-4295 after
5. iLam6
MALE GRAD STUDENT seeks to
share house or apartment, walking
distance to campus. Coming from
California and am desperate. Call
Steve collect 1415) 562-5609, after 9
p.m. Michigan time. 05L805
FEMALE GRAD STUDENT, 29, and
sociable cat need home August 11th
for 2-3 weeks and possibly fall.
Nancy, 663-922, 764-2572, 763-5744.
FEMALE GRAD STUDENT WANTS
own room in house or apartment
near U-M campus. Can pay $120/
month. Stephanie, 995-5034 evenings.
Have pet turtles. 75L805
LOST AND FOUND
FEMdALE BLACK AND WITE COL-
LIE MIX-About 4 or 5 years old.
Medium to large in size. Wrte Daily
Box 17. dA806
DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT R I N O
lost near U-M Hospital. Precious
heirloom. Reward. 434-1586. 90A806
FOUND--Man's and woman's bicy-
cles with kiddie carriers found in
Ruron River. 769-0346. dA504
HELP WANTED
TV TECHNICIAN - Experience pre -
ferred but not necessary. 665-5788.
.. 12H06
RESEARCH ASSISTANT-Researcher
and clear, creative writer/thinker to
assist on book on incest. $4/hr., 25/
40 hrs./wk., Geible. Call Dr. Farrell
(Asthor, The Lierated Man, 994-
3916. 66H806
FALL SEMESTER work study aho-
lar needed as library assistant for
journal. Twenty hours per week.
$3.51/hr. Languages, some library
and office experence. Apply to Daily
Sos No. 3. 04096
PERAMENT PART - TIME minten-
ance person. Call 995-3276. cH809
DESK CLERK NEEDED for campus
hotel. 769-3010. 88H806
EARN EXTRA BUCKS on bankers
hours. Need pick-up for piano mov-
ing. Call 769-1400, cH804
LABORATORY AIDE for G.. re-
search lab at Med. Center, 10-12
hours/week, hours negotiable, to
start Aug. 18, temporary with pos-
sibility of extension. Prefer Pre Med.
or Nat. Sci. major. Cal Mary Ellen
at 764-0274 between 2 and 4 Mon.-
Fri. 8514806
SALES CLERK for Exhibit Museums
sales desk. For weekends Sat. and
Sun. 1-5. Some seling eperience
helpful but not necessary. Must be
available for work by August 20.
Contact Ruth Genwaner, 764-0480
as soon as possible. 91H805
BABYSITTER - HOUSEKEEPER -
Mature woman to care for three
loveable klds, with car, permanent,
includes some ves. and Sat. 971-
1248. eH04
WANTED TO BUY
MOTORCYCLE HELMET-New/used.
Size 7$% to 7 a (medium). Call 662-
1634, 11K810
USED CARS
OLDS-'72-L.S. 964-door-Air, pow-
er, radio, new battery, will sacrifIce
761-9431. cN805
Join The ily

BUSINESS SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL EDITOR
« dissertations
Shookas
* articles
Ruth Gladstone, 769-2931
HOUSECLEANING - Done by U-M
graduate student; excellent worker.
References if requested. Call 995-
2388 after 5 p.m. dJ .
THE SECRETARIAT
Typing. Copying. Binding
Editing, Drafting, Lettering
812 South State Street
11-6, 7 days week 994-3594
TYPING - dissertations, theses,
manuscripts. Selectric II, B.A. Eng-
lish Literature, experienced profes-
sional typist. Rakham specifica-
tians. Rates negotiable. 665-4524.
HANDSOME ARD COVER BIND-
INGS for books. 24 hr. serice avail-
abe. 723 Brooks, NR Miler and 7th,
95-460, Ji7
MISCELLANEOUS
WANT TO COPY LECTURE NOTES
for Latin American History: Colonial
and/or Modern. Will pay well. Reply
Daily BoS 16. 74M05
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
BICYCLE-26". Excellent condition,
Ten speeds. $65. 663-8880 Bob. 02Z805
GIRL'S BLUE 21", 5-speed BIKE,
good condition, good tires, nearly
new lock and Sabe included; $80.
Write to Michigan Daily Box 15. a
58Z804
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
FIVE STRING KINGSTON BANJO
plus case. Beautiful condition. $05
66-4064evenings. mXa05
FENDER SUPER Reverb Amp, excel-
lent condition, 761-9431. eX8g5
GIBSON EXPLORER, like new, $425.
Apollo Music Center, 769-1460. eX85
1955 GIBSON Les Paul. 761-9431.
cX8g5
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-1972 PENTON
125cc Enduro, gool cond., never
raced, includes rare shop manual,
at lsy b e. H t Sel!$3 50or
hitsoffe. Cll 63-27 after 6:30
p -m. dB806
APT..SIZE G.E. REFRIGERATOR,
excellent condition. Call Mr. Earl at
663-8244. dB
MOVING - Selling sofa bed ($351,
love seat $25), ismps, sall table,
lrge rug ($16), or best off rs. 65-
7493 evenings. 94B806
PIONEER SA 90100, 60 watts RMS/
Channel. Exclent condition, 2%
years old. $225 or best offer. 426-401.
46B730
NEW 12' x 36', urnished beautifully
close in, ideal for student, city wa-
ter and sewer. 971-3111 or 1-782-4164.
Sunny Side Park dealer. 35B730
PERSONAL
CILDREN'S FESTIVAL '77-Clswna,
magicians, fun time for young chil-
dren. West Park, 7th and Miller,
Sat., August 6th 10-2, frei Spon-
sored by Community Development
Office and Child Care Referral
Service, 662-1127. 95F806
PREGNANT? Need help?
Call Problem Pregnancy Bep., 769-
7283. Pregnancy tests available. cFtc
a thTro JAZZ
at the University Club with' the
Roots Trio and Friends Noel Cun-
ninghamn, piano; Ted Harley, bass;
Stanley Slaughter, drums; and fea-
turing Vincent York of the Mercer
Ellington Band on alto sax. Friday
and Saturday evenings 9:30 p.m.-
1:30 a.m. in the club cocktal lounge
in the Michigan Union Union buld-
tog. Ask hostess for a free trial
membership. 763-2236. cFt
J.B.-Savor these last few ciassifieds
for there are only a few days ieft
of publication. (Actually, until the
13th). I am ging to be lazy this
afternoon, take off early and go
sailing. Sounds delghtful. I learned
some great new words this week. Try
anomoy and methathesis. They have
classa.-Me. dF804
SELECTING WINE from the Village
aPothecary cellar means properly
stored wine at a reasonable price.
Villag Apothecary, 1112 8. Univ.
a Ave, cFtc

fl'isi, August 4, 1977
EN
PERSONAL PERSONAL
CYNTHIA. STEVE'S LUNCH-Came far hm
i have seen the light. The Swami cooking. Breakfast all daygreat
and Krishna consciousness have en- soups and egg rolls. 3 egg Omelets
tered in my life. I have never experi- with fresh vegetables nde fresh
Kned such total peace. Hare bean sprouts served all day, Sundays
ANGELA dF804 10-8. 1313 South University. cFtc
NEW--)c off all copies left over- ONE GAME FREE bowling with tsu
night tbooks too)! IMPRESS, 524 E. ad at Ypi-Arbor Lanes. Pinball. poo
William, 665-4321. cFtc and saloon too! 2085 Washtenaw, i
_ _ - mile east of U.S. 23. cFtc
DISSE RTAT ION DIAL "ENERGY LINE" now-63-
5366/663-5366. Message - "Good anc
SPECIAL Evil in the film 'Star Wars'"
$6F804
LOWEST PRICE XEROX AND OFFSET
N TOWN FO7R fast, low cost duplicating
l12170.RCOPY QUICK
1217 s. University 769-0560
COL LATED COPI ES ________
RACKHAM QUALITY AN$WE3 TO PREVIOUS Um
GUARANTEED NANG EPIC SKIRT
CQ L. t R R E TONIFO
COPYUICK NIEN ARECA
TR EAS ON T OTA LE D
12175S. University, 76-0560 SALR TA NT I RE NE
_______ NUT SPEIS GAD
COPY MACHINES T E AR
reducecopycosts GORSE AND TINGE
rent, lease, purchase
SAXON plain paper copiers
769-2285
cF$i7
LEARN THE FACTS before you buy
-there is more to a diamond than
meets the eye. Austin Diamond,
120 S. University, 663-7151. cFtc
CROSS WORD PUZZLE
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ACROSS 47 Like ---(gamely) 12 Begone
1 Chooses 48 Momentous 18 Sugar source
b Agentine plain 52 Weighs heavily 19 Top-notcher
10 Grammar abbr. (on) 21 Upright
14 "-- a day .." 55 Reaping machine 24 Serving to
15 Prior to, old style 57 Live - prevent: Prefix
16 World welfare org. 58 Windsor's 26 Portland's bay
17 - little neighbor 27 Absolute
(very much) 59 Part of ann oera 29 Figure in the
18 Scotsman , 60 Vapor: Prefix entertainment
20 Under: It. 61 Cheerful world
22 Don Quxote's 62 Presidential 30 "A Bell for - "
steed. nicksame 31 Physician of old
23 Cousin of Helen 63 Adroit 33 Type of business
25 Game counters 34 Magyar
26 Players of a game DOWN 37 School hall: Ger.
28 Ratihor's river :1 Holds title to 38 Chaplin role
29 A slick or a pulp 2 Bahl 41 Improved
32 Heedful 3 Gossip 43 Fishhook part
34 "Old MacDonald 4 Reporter's 44 Warhol, for one
------farm...« objective 46 Attractive
85 Actor's double 5 Felt half boot for 48 Freezer
36 Lifelike winter wear 49 Fictional
39 Neolithic tool 6 -- cry detective
40 Morose 7 -- cocktal 50 Some athletes
42 Raw material 8 Top job 51 Look after
43 Authorof "The 9 Early job for 63 Arizona city
Wizard of Oz" Caesar 54 Smalliquantity,
45 Atollfeature - 10 Starling's cousins Britishstyle
46 Citynear 11 Prefix m 56 Laser or maser
Montpelier, Vt. chemistry principle
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