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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, August 12, 1977

Nm SAVINGS THEY'RE ALL IN
CLABBIFIED]

FOR RENT
LARGE. HEAUTIFULI Y FURNISH-
ED one-bedroom apartment; big
enough for 2: ear campus. 761-9210.
74C613
OWN ROOM in lrge 3-bedroom
apt. pool. 995-9108. 52C813
MALE FOREIGN STUDENT - Room
private bath in beautiful home.
Available Sept. 10. Half car garage,
Packard busline. Prefer non-smoker.
Call 662-3559 for interview and ne-
gotIating terms 8-10:30 p.m. 660812
ONE-BEDROOM APARTMENT-Fur-
nished for three-weeks-Septemberr
3-25. References required! 971-4191
evenings. Medford Rd. on bus line.
61812
ROOM - $135/month, kitchen, bath,
utilities included. Stay 9 days free
668-7343. 662-5259. 540812
MARRIED COUPLF-Five rooms plus
bath in older hotse, close to cam-
pus, hospital, downtown. Unfurnish-
ed, off-street parking. $295 plus
elec. Call 769-4035 or 1-397-0498.
560813
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at
715 Hil Street, featuring Kosher
restaurant, game room and Judaic
library. Only 2 minutes from cam-
pus. Call 995-3276. eCte
UNFURNISHEI TWO BEDROOM -
Immediate occupancy and/or fall
option, heat and water incided in
rent. Wes' Park location. 662-7787.
eCtc
NOW RENTING Fall 1977
SANS SOUCI (across from U-M
Stadium) FURNISHED one and two
bedrooms, parking available. Buses
to and from campus every half hour.
See manager at apartment K-I or
call 994-3955.
THOMPSON APARTMENTS
(at corner of William and Thomp-
son). Furnished effictenoes, one and
two bedroom apartments. See man-
ager at apartment 216 or call 665-
2259. eCtc
WANTED TO RENT
COUPLE NEEDS ROOM Aug. 26th-
Sept. 17th. Will pay up to $150.
Prefer kitchen privileges and U Hos-
pital area. Call 62-2390. 62L813
NICE GRAD WOMAN wishes to rent
room. Hill/Washtenaw area. Refer-
nces. Call 761-7435-6 p.m. 671813
PROFESSIONAL MALE desperately
needs to share apt. in Sept. Rich,
662-7752 eves. 3L813
FEMALE GRAD STUDENT, 29, and
sociable cat need home August 11th
for 2-3 weeks and possibly fall.
Nancy. 663-9622, 764-2572, 762-2746.
081812
ROOM AND BOARD
MORE TO OFFER WOMEN Co-ops.
Fall/WInter. Friends, sharing, work-
tag together, saving. Call/visit Inter-
Cooperative Council, 4002 Michigan
Union, 662-4414. 82E813
SITUATIONS WANTED
LEAD VOCALIST (Music Student)-
Available for working group. 665-4346
before 2 p.m. - 701
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-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. tots:
number of words-S 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 ate run tree-of-
charge to a maximum of 2 lnes
tsr 3 days.,

ROOMMATES
MALE GRAD STUDENT seeks own
roon in apt. Please call Mike after
6:00, 665-9523. 75Y813
TWO MALE GRADS seek another
person to share three-man two-bed-
room KOSHER modern apartment.
Call 665-9940 eves. 769-7100, extension
327 days. Steve. 71Y813
FEMALE STUDENT Own room in 2
bedroom N. Campus apartment. 994-
1147. 63Y813
CONGENIAL MALE and plants seek
lodgings in co-ed, co-op house.
David, 662-9424. 59Y812
FOURTH FEMALE NEEDED FOR
FALL.66odera apt. A/C,dishwashe ,
2', baths. Cos o ampus. Call
Janeen after 5, 668-6440. dY812
HELP WANTED
DISHWASHER, part-time. Apply in
person. Second Chance, 516 E.
Liberty. 09H813
HELP WANTED - Student to clean
and do handy-man work for a
church on a regular basis. Call 662-
941. 7011813
WANTED - Reliable person to work
one (1) or more days per week for
small house cleaning service. $3.00/
hr. 769-3713 evenings. 72H813
PHYSICS-Advanced physics major
needed to do beginning physics
study problem sets. Call 662-9412.
65H13
BABYSITTER in our home for four
month old girl, occasionally for
older children, some light house-
keeping, 30 hrs./wk., walking dis-
tance to campus. Call 662-7169 after
3 p.m. 64H813
WANTED - Short order cook. Seva
Restaurant, 314 E. Liberty, Ann
Arbor. Previous experience helpful
but not necessary. Apply mornings
10-12. 68813
KOSHER COOK, needed for frat
house. Great hours, great guys, great
job. Call Seth, 665-7668, 662-9538.
55H813
BANQUET WAITFERSONS NEEDED
at The University Club In the Mich-
igan Union. Contact Kitty Robine
in person between 1:30 and 2:30
p.m. weekdays. eH813
HELP WANTED
Looking for intelligent outgoing
people.
Must have car and eager to work,
between the ages 18-25.
For more information call 971-56.
4811113
HANDY-MAN- Heavy cleaning and
building maintenance. 20-25 hrs. per
week. $3 per hour to start. Refer-
ences required. Call 662-4117 after
6 p.m. M/F. 451813
MAID-For light housekeeping and
cleaning. Tues., Thurs., Sat, morn-
Ings or afternoons. $3.75 per hour.
References required. Call 662-4117
after 6 p.m. M/F. 35R13
TICKETS
WANTED to buy one Senior Foot-
ball Coupon. 662-8953. 18813
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
FISHER 201 RECEIVER-Good con-
dition, $75. Call David, 663-5590.
53X812
SACRIFICE - Must sell. Like new
Fender "Mustang" electric guitar
and Fender "Princeton" Amp. case
and cords included. Cost new: $430;
will sell for $190. Call 761-2981.
60X812
if
you
see
news
happen
call
76-DAILY

USED CARS PERSONAL PERSONAL
'70 FORD WINDOW VAN, .white, J.B. -- I feel that I should be ex- "MARE LOVE--NOT WAR"
good condition. 85.000 miles. Best tremely witty and urbane for this (it's good for our business)
offer. Call 995-4211. 40N813 the second to last epistle, but alas Austin Diamond
-97 _ _orts Co- y friend the long hotr utio rhas 1209 . University, 683-7151
19(73 FIAT 124 Sports ouplie,2-speed, taken its toll on my aforemlentioned ev-u
28,000 miles. 662-9065. 49N812 corpuscles and synapses for such - -- -
- -levity. Therefore, thou must settle PREGNANT? Need help?
1972 FIAT 128 2-door, excellent me- toe a few humble words and Call Problem Pregnancy Help. 769-
chancial condition. $750 or best thoughts for a safe drive back to } 7283. Pregnancy tests available. cFtc
offer. Must sell. 761-5461. 41N813 this evil den of iniquity known to -
'67 TRIUMPH SPITFIRE many as A2.-Me. dF812 STEVE'S LUNCH-Come for home
For sale for parts. Weber carbuera- -~~~ ~ -~ -o~king. Breakfast all day, great
tars, Mlrhiicn tIres, all new clutch ONE GAME FREE bowling with this soups and egg rolls. 3 erg omelets
parts, rebuilt engine. 904-5259 tafter ad at Ypsi-Arbor Lanes. Pinball. pool with fresh vegetables and fresh
6:00. 26N813 and saloon too! 2985 Washteraw, 1 bean sprouts served all day, Sundas
ile east of U.S. 23. eFtc 10-8. 1313 South University. cFtc

REAL ESTATE
WHV ~RENT B Sy thish o seels
to campus. Ferguson Realy. 665-
4567. 16R013
MISCELLANEOUS
NEEDED-Dependable daily ride to
and from Wayne State University
starting September 1st (7.a.m., 3:30
p.m.), Grnerous offer. Csll week-
ends 663-9866 or 1-238-5845 weekdays
after 5:30 p.m. 263M812
FOR SALE
PORCH SALE-Kitchenware, clothes,
books, appliances. Saturday and
Sunday, 10 a.m-5 p.m., 308 East
William. 73B813
FOR SALE-1972 PENTON
125cg Enduro, good cond., never
raced, includes rare shop manual,
great play ike. Must Selll $35 or
bet offer. Call 668-6674 $dB813
ESTATE MOVING SALE-Thursday,
Friday and Saturday. Seven room
house, all furnishings, furniture,
appliances, glass, tools, hundreds of
household items. Come to 1136 Lin-
coln Ave., Wells at Burns Park.
51B813
FURNITURE - Bed, chairs, kitchen
table, bookcase, etc. 665-5013; if no
answer 971-7260 7-9 p.m. 4608138
SNOW TIRES FOR VW. Own wheels.
One season old. $75 pair. 481-1670.
32B813
BUSINESS SERVICES
HANDSOME HARD COVER BIND-
INGS for books. 24 hre service avail-
able. 722 Brooks, NR Miller and 7th.
995-4000. cJ813
HOUSECLEANING - Done by U-M
graduate student; excellent worker.
References if requested. Call 995-
2366 after 5 p.m. dJ
THE SECRETARIAT
DISSERTATIONS AND RESUMES
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Drafting, Lettering
812 South State Street
11-6, 7 days/week 994-3594
TYPING - dissertations, theses,
manuscripts. Selectric IL B.A. Eng-
1sh Literature, experienced profes-
sional typist. Rackam specifica-
tions. Rates negotiable. 665-4524.
PROFESSIONAL EDITOR
0 dissertations
0 books
0 articles
Ruth Gladstone, 769-2931
8013
PERSONAL
22 YEAR OLD MALE wishes to meet
with open-minded alder women for
a mutual evening of fun. Write Bob
at Daily Box 22, 24F812
CYNTHIA,
I think I've seen enough of this
town. Please take my $30,000 and
donate It to a charity in Pete's
name. I'm going home.
ANGELA dF812
JAZZ -
at the University Club with the
Roots Trio and Friends Noel Cun-
ningham, 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:-S a.m. in the club cocktail lounge
to the Michigan Union Union build-
ing. Ask hostess for a free trial
membership, 763-2236. eFtc
COPY MACHINES
reduce copy emost
ent, lease purchase
SAXON plain paper copiers -
769-2285
cF813
NEW-%/c off all copies left over-
night (books too)! IMPRESS, 524 E.
William, 665-4321, cFtc
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example 59 Three-toed ostrich 27 Corage
16 Bet of rules 6 Certain residences 28 Is foresighted
17 Highbuilding 62, Aim 30 Buoyancy
19 Golden- 63 Swiftly 32 -ciate
20 Cultivation of land 64 TV appurtenance 33 Shillong's state
24 Caviar . 65 Swirl 35 Year inrule of
22 Skinflint 66 Polk's Elizabeth I:-Rom.
25 Screens predecessor 37 VSMA grads
25 Capitol sight 67 It in Italy 39 Furnishings
26 If you please: 42 City project
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target 8 Canadian Indian 57 Meads
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