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FHE MICHIGZAN DAILY

Saturday, August 1::, 191I

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FOR RENT
EFFICIENCY, fall. Hospital. campus,
$190. Harlan, 6608-6513, evenings, per-
sistently. 800813
CAMPUS HOSPITAL AREA - Two
b e d r 4qo m. furnished apartment.
Available now. 668-8507 81C813
EFFICIENCY APARTMENT for m-
ture, quiet graduate student. $105/
Month, plus utilities. 769-4946.
79C813
LARGE. BEAUTIFULLY FURNISH-
ED one-bedroom apartment; big
enough for 2; near campus. 761-9210.
74C813
OWN ROOM in large 3-bedroonm
apt., pool. 995-9108. 52C013
MARRIED COUPLE Five rooms plus
bath in older house, close to cam-
pus, hospital, downtown. Unfurnish-
ed, off-street parking. $295 plus
elet. Call 769-4035 or 1-397-0498.
56C813
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at
715 Hill Street, featuring Kosher
restaurant, game room and Judaic
library Only 2 minutes from cam-
ps. Call 995-3276. rcte
"UNFURNISE TWO BEDROOM -
Immediate occupancy and/or fail
option. heat and water included in
rent. Wes' Park location. 662-7787.
ecte
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-1 or
tll 994-395.
THOMPSON APARTMENTS
(at corner of William and Thomp-
son Furnished efficiences, one and
two bedroom apartments.rSe eman-
ager at apartment 216 or call 66-
2289. cOtt
ROOMMATES
ONE OR TWO people needed to live
in a house with four other adults
and one child on Thayer Street.
Low rent in exchange for help to
handicapped person in house. A
flexible schedule with mornings
open is helpful. Call Andrea, 995-
369. 77Y13
MALE GRAD STUDENT seeks own
room in apt. Please call Mike after
6:00, 665-9523. 75Y813
TWO MALE GRADS seek another
peron to share three-saB two-bed-
room KOSHER modern apartment
Call 865-0940 eces. 769-7100, extension
327 days. Steve. 71YT13
FEMALE STUDENT-Own room in 2
bedroom N Campus apartment. 904-
6547. 63Y013
WANTED TO RENT
COUPLE NEEDS ROOM Aug. 26th-
Sept. 17th. Will pay up to $150.
Prefer kitchen privileges and U om
pital area. Call 663-2390. 63013
NICE GRAD WOMAN wishes to rent
room. Hili/Washtenaw area. Refer-
ences. Call 761-7435-6 p.m. 67L813
PROFESSIONAL MALE desperately
needs to share apt. in Sept. Rich,
062-7752 eves. 30L813
CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
POLICY
AD deadline is 12 noon the day
before publication (4 p.m. Fri
for Sun.) including correction
and cancellations. The Daily -e
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 tota
number of words-5 wrds/lne
"Hep Wanted" adn cannot i-
criminate on the baa of e
color, creed or national orn to.
any extent (i.e. "preferably" is
still discriminatory)
"Found" adsa are run free-of-
charge to a maximum of 3 lines-
for3 lays-

ROOM AND ¢OARD
MORE TO OFFER WOMEN Co-ops.
Fall/Winter. Friends, sharing, work-
ilng gether, saving. Call /visit Inter-
Cooperotive Concil, 4002 Michigan
CUnbo, 662-4414. 82E813
SITUATIONS WANTED
LEAD VOCALST (Muic Student-
A a le arw in graup. 65-4346
before 2 p.m. 370813
HELP WANTED
WORK-STUDY PERSON
with good counseling skis, general
knowledge of AA hg market, to
work m housing adviser in off-cam-
pus Housing office; grad student
preferred. Contact: Work-Study Of-
fice at Rackham Student Gov't., at
733-5271 or 2006 Rakham. Salary
$3 75/hr,, 20 hrs./wk. Start imme-
diately thru Sept. 30. 76H13
DISHWASHER, part-time. Apply in
person. Second Chance, 516 E.
Liberty. 69H813
HELP WANTED - Student to clean
and do handy-man work for a
church on a regular basis. Call 662-
9421. 7H813
WORK-STUDY
JOB No. 0002
Need Grad Student to work as
HOUSING ADVISER
Off campus housing office.
,WORK THRU SEPT. 30
$3.75/hr., 20 hr.wk
Contact: Work-Study Officc
at Rackham Student Gov't.
763-5271 82H013
WANTED - Reliable person to work
one (1) or more days per week fr
small house cleaning service. $3.99!
hr. 769-3713 evenings. 72813
PHYSICS-Advanced physics majr
needed In do beginning phyic
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. 64813
WANTED - Short order cook. Seva
Restaurant, 314 E. Liberty, Ann
Arbor. Previous experience helpful
but not necessary. Apply mornings
10-12. 68H613
KOSHER COOK, needed for fret
house. Great hours, great guys, great
job. Call Seth, 665-76680,662-9538.
55R013
BANQUET WAITPERSONS NEEDED
at The University Club In the Mich-
11011 Union. Cnact Kitty Robine
In penrsnbetween 1:30 and 2:30
p.m. weekday. cH813
HELP WANTED
Looking for Intelligent outgoing
people.
Must have car and eager to work,
between the ages 18-25.
For more information call 971-3560.
41H813
HANDY-MAN - Heavy cleaning and
building maintenance. 20-25 hrs. per
week. $3 per hour to star. Refer-
ences required. Call 662-4117 after
6 p.m. M/F. 34H813
MAID-For light housekeeping and
cleaning. Tues., Thurs., SatL morn-
ing or afternoons. $3.75 per hour.
References required. Call 662-4117
after 6 p.m. M/F. -35H13
TICKETS
WANTED to buy one Senior Foot-
ball Coupon. 662-8953. 10Q813
Order
Your
Subscription
Today, .
764-.0558

USED CARS
'70 FORD WINDOW VAN. white,
good condition, 85,000 miles. Best
offer. Call 995-4211. 40N813
1972 FIAT 128 2-door, excellent me-
chancial condition. 8750 or best
offer. Must seil. 761-5461, 41N13
67 TRIUP SIFIR
For sale for parts. Weber carbuera-
tors, Michilen tires, all new clutch
parts, rebuilt engine. 994-5259 after
6:00, 26N813
REAL ESTATE
WHY RENT? Buy this house close
to campus. Ferguon Realy, 65-
4567. 16R813
MISCELLANEOUS
NON-PROFTorganiation iasak-
ing land available for scientific
studies in the environment and
ecology. The resuta must e made
available to the public on a non-
discriminatory basis. Contact Ecolo-
gical Research Reserve, Inc., 1732
Bramell, Detroit, MI 48223, (313) 532-
5146. 78M813
FOR SALE -
PORCH SALR-Kitchenware, clothes,
books, appliances. Saturday and
Sunday, 10 am- p.m., 38 East
William. 73B1813
FOR SALE-1972 PENTON
125cc Enduro, good cond., never
raced, includes rare shop manual,
great play bike. Must Selli $350 or
hst offer, Call 618-874. dB13
ESTATE MOVING SALE-Thursday,
Friday and Saturday. Seven room
house, all furishing, furniture,
appliances. glas,tolos, hundred of
household items. Come to 116 Lin-
coan Ae-,Well, at Burr sPark.
51B813
FURNITURE - Bed, chairs, kitchen
table, bookcase, etc. 665-5013; if no
answer 971-7260 7-9 p.m. 46B813
SNOW TIRES FOR VW. Own wheels.
One season old. $75 pair. 481-1670- .
32B813
BUSINESS SERVICES
HANDSOME HARD COVER BIND-
INGS for books. 24 hr. service avail-
able. 722 Brooks, NR Miller and 7th.
995-4000 cJ813
HOUSECLEANING - Done by U-M
graduate student: ecellent worker.
Referencea If requested. Call 05-
2388 after 5 p.m. dJ
THE SECRETARIAT
DISSERTATIONS AND RESUMES
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Drafting, Ltterig
812 S-uth State Street
11-6, 7 days/week 994-3594
TYPING - disettin, theses,
manucripts. Selectrc II, NA. Eng-
lish Literature, experienced profes-
aonal typist. R.ackham specifica-
tiona. Rates negotiable. 665-4524.
PERSONAL
DISSERTATION
SPECIAL
LOWEST PRICE
IN TOWN FOR
COLLATED COPIES
RACKHAM QUALITY
GUARANTEED
COPYQU ICK
1217 S. University, 769-560
cFtc
NEW-%c off all copies left over-
night (books tool IMPRESS, 524 E.
William, 665-4321. cFtc
ONE GAME FREE bowling with this
ad at Ypsi-Arbor Lanes. Pinbal, pool
and saloon tool 2985 Wahteaw, I
mile east of U.S. 23. cFtc
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 sa. Friday
and Saturday evenings 9:30 p.m.-
1:3B0 a.m..In the 6lubcocktail lounge
In the MichiganUici Union buldT-
ing. Ask hostess for a free trial
membership. 763-2236. cFtc

PERSONAL
MAY WE HELP you with your non-
prescription drug needs? Village
Apothecary, 1112 S. Univ. Ave. cFtc
VISIT ANN ARBOR'S only gem lab
before you spend your money need-
lessly. Fine quality diamonds and
law pricesrongall engagement and
wedding rings. Austin Diamond,
1209 . University, 663-7151. cFtc
J.B.-At last I bid a fond farewell
to the pages of the classifieds. As I
wing my way to New York (by car)
I will remember those summer days
spent trying to think up juicy little
tidbito of information that interest
no one. (Well, maybe they interest
you a little bit). A2 is much as you
left it so drive carefully and enjoy
your return. A Bientot. (Ask some-
one it's French, yes, I know you
know.)--Me. dF813
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, Sundays
10-8. 1313 South University. cFtc
COPY MACHINES
reduce copy cos's
rent, lease, purhase
SAXON plain paper copiers
769-2285
cF813
XEROX AND OFFSET -
fast, low cost dupicating
COPY QUICK
1217 S. University 769-0560
cFtc
CROSSWOI
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1 Delidecor 57 Family:
8 Medicine men Fr.
15 Creamy white 61 Airplan
16 Person lacking re- 63 Cried ou
sources: Coloq. 65 Musical
17 Mostoptimistic 66 Historic
18 Laziness prison
19 Sheep 67Simulat
20 Employing 68Operar
22 Poppins
23 - fork (fishing DOWN
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25 Seed covering 2 Confess
27 Weathermanof a 3 Outdist
sort race
31 Flinch 4 Ascend
35 Make a fluff 5 Italianp
36 Via Appla, for one 6fDoes an
37 Bladed tool trician's
38 Agey. in the news 7 Beauty1
39 Certain residents items
41 Bacheller here 8 Little ft
42 Doctrines 9 Suspens
44 Whistle sound 10 Prayer
45 Sneck 11 Shakesj
48 Pnola tavern
47 Flers rewards 12 Broadw
49 One of the Muses 13Blackd:
51 Auxilary verb 14 Main su
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PERSONAL
PREGNANT? Need help?
Call Problem Pregnancy Help, 789-
7283. Pregnancy teats available. oFtc
RICHARD,
well, I guess it's just you and me
now. I want to thank you for all
the help and support you've given
me in the pat few days, I dont
know how I would have survived
them without you. I feel that our
friendship has fina illy solidified.
Please take care.
Love,
CYNTHIA d M13
PROFESSIONAL EDITOR
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80J813
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