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The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, July 12, 1978-Page 13

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HELP WANTED
RETAIL MANAGER-Grad student wanted for
weekend business, starting 3 p.m. Friday, also
Wednesday 3 p.m. Approximately 35 hours weekly.
Ability to work with people, honesty, maturity,
and common nse.$4.50 to start. Complete, respon
sikitity, need tranportation. Avaitakle mid-Juty.
Call971-7676. 77H718
WORK-STUDY HELP WANTED in UAC office.
Great opportunity to work with students involved
in programming concerts, films, theater, etc. Call
University Activities Center, 763-1107. 791H713
$30 PAID to research subjects. Normal, non-over-
weight male joggers (running 10 orhmore miles per
week), age 25-50, for a 2 day is kours per day),
outpatient study of blood fat metabolism. Subjects
should have negative family history of diabetes and
of premature (onset before age 60) coronary heart
disease. Contact: Hypertension Division, U of Mich-
igan, 763-5492, weekdays between 8:30-11:30 a.m.
78H715
BUSINESS SERVICES
GRUNION AUDIO offers the lowest stereo prices in
the area. Call Keason, 662-0267, 12-10 pm. All com-
ponents newandguaranteed. ,t7J728
PROFESSIONAL Typing, Dissertations, Term
Papers, Legal Briefs. Rates reasonable.
Call Judie, 434-5626
cJtc
THE SECRETARIAT
Resumes composed, typed and copied-
choice of papers
812 South State Street
914-3590 9-6 Mon-Sat.
PROFESSIONAL EDITING
for the final quality
of the manuscript
Ruth Gladstone-769-2931
COPIES AT COPYMILL
211 BS. STATE-662-3969
73J720

t J&J COPYING/TYPING SERVICES
We handle dissertations, resumes, legal, term
papers. Rackham Quality guaranteed.
1202 S. University 7 days 662-6401,
HOUSECLEANING-Expertly done by U-M gradu-
ate student. Workable schedule. References if
required. Call973-2586. dJ
Professional direction-theses papers. 557-2755, cJtc
W ANT ED TO R ENT
Wanted beginning September: Share in your apar-
tment/house by anthro grad student. Own
bedroom-$100/month. Call collect (212) 865-8102,
Tracy. (Will meet you, seeit before deciding)'
18L718
USED CARS
68 RAMBLER-Reasonable condition, $100 firm.
995-3456late nights. 02N714
'71 MBG, needs work, cheap. 663-7155 7 days a
week, noon to8p.m. cNtc
AMC GREMLIN 1974, excellent condition. 665-0705.

ANN ARBOR-THE ANTIQUES MARKET, Sunay ne tires. $2200 or best offer. Dan, 485-2968 or 663-
July 16, 5055 Saline-Ann Arbor Road, Exit 175 off I-94' 7962. dZ713
over 225 dealers, everything guaranteed for authen-
ticity. FEATURING: A-2 customized LAMPS, an- PETS AND SUPPLIES
tiquehbases/new shades: A-3 10 & 19 C FURN, RARE
primatives & woodenware: A-4 TOM E. PAYNE, AKC NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND PUPS. Good
Canton, Ohio- A-15 AMER CHIPPENDALE carved watchdogs, good with children. Call 483-5973 after
cherry swing leg table; PINETAVERN TABLE, pin 10 a.m dTc
top button foot: WINDSORS incl. side chair w/bow
back old green: slat back rocker orig paint: A-18 R. SUBLET
APGAR, PITTSTOWN, N.J.: A-23 early 19C pastel
PAINTING of child holding doll: A-26 Knife blade SUBLET JULY-AUGUST-Large room in friendly
ANDIRONS C. 1780; AMER. PEMBROKE table coop coed house near campus. Call662-4270. dU709
walnut, w/unusual cross stretcher, c. 18000;
SHERATONcard table, mahogany,hprb. centen- MUSICAL MDSE.,
nial: B-5 CARPENTERS TOOL CHEST, AVON- R ADIOS,L PElPAcsB F
DALE, PENN, also sewing acres.: B-7 FINE
PRIMATIVES-QUILTS, pitcher & bowl SHENAN- Used Fender Precision bass guitar. Apollo Music
DOAH POTTERY-J. EBERLY: B-5, B-10, B-34, C- Center,769-1400. pcXtc
33 TOOLS: B-16 PENN. high chest, c 1820 cherry -- _-
w/inlay; PINE HUTCH TABLE; BUTTERNUT KEYBOARD PLAYER looking for rock band.
chest: B-19 IRONSTONE-TEA LEAF: B-22 DAVE Progressive minded; have own equipment. Call
& SUE CUNNINGHAM, DENVER, PENN.:"'B-32 662-7342. 00X713
AMER. CHIPPENDALE table, walnut, Used Gibson SG-old pick ups. Call Don, 761-9431.
PHILADELPHIA, c 1750 100% as found: C-12 MAN- cXtc
DARIN plate c 1806, pr Ig oriental JARDINIERS, Used Brinkerhoff baby grand piano. $950. Apollo
AMARI. CANTON: C-32 BLANKET CHEST. C UMuscCentr,23SbbMandp.,n69$14 0. Apoc
170-70, SOUTHERN (loblolly) PINE: D-5
SHERATON chest sm size, all orig: D-10 MARY CLASSICAL GUITARS-40% off list. 665-7348.
SNYDER, REINHOLDS, PENN: D-23 PRINTS & cXtc
mats: 0-So PEWTER to & early 19 C: ES-5 R-Tumbo-d---d----___________X71
BLANEKT CHEST, 2/draw orig. red & green: E- DRUM-Tumba and stand, $100.7614411.84X714
grain bin orig green; marsh DECOY feeding goose; BARGAIN CORNER
F-19 CARRIAGE CLOCKS: F-34 LAMPS: F-42 coll.
BUTTONS various materials, depicting animals, Second Serve Tennis Wear
scenes, figures; colt. pattern glass GOBLETS: W - FACTORY-OUTLET PRICES
canopy No. 3 PEWTER INCL. Thomas S. Derby 406 E. Liberty near Division
TEAPOT, spoons; W canopy No. 6 PENN dry sink
old blue, pie safe: 8 am-4 pm (come anytime after 5
am) 12M714
READ & USE DAILY CLASSIFIEDS
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newspaper & The Advertising Council
We're
countig
On yOU.

sity of Michigan/Notre uame Footbnulame. Cal
Collect after 8:00 pm to Mr. G. Petersen (31)
ROOMMA TES
FEMALE-grad or working, mature; quiet; neat;
non-smoker (including grass)-to share furnished
two bedroom apartment, North Campus area-2
utilities-no pets-Call Cathy, 995-4863 evenings.
89Y713

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