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Page 6-Thursday, January 24, 1980-The Michigan Daily

If you find your name and address
in today's Michigan Daily classified
page
YOU WIN
TWO FREE TICKETS
to any one of
State 1-2-3-4
Midnight Movies.

5 WINNERS EVERY DAY
No Contest To Enter!

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THIl"E LNiSTVAUT
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ii:i 21~] Harld/?Maude-
SHOWING JAN. 12-13, 19, 20

Just look through today's Classified
Ads. Five U. of M. students will find their
names hidden in this section. If your
name and address appear, call our busi-
ness office( at 764-0560 (9 a.m.-5 p.m.),
420 Maynard, within 48 hours. Two free
tickets for a State 1 -2-34 Midnight
Movie of your choice will be presented
you, courtesy of The Michigan Daily
Classified Department.

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Classified Department,

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FOUND-WATCH, near League. Call Paul Smythe,
665-9715. dA126
REWARD-For return of two key rings on black
retracting cable. Lost near campus. Call 449-2741
after 6:00 p.m. 67A128
REWARD-For lost woman's ring with cut band.
Call 764-6430 before 5 p.m. After 5 p.m., call 439-
7688. Ask for Lori. 65A126
LOST FRIDAY 1/17-GOLD WATCH., Ladies
Wittenauer. Incalculable sentimental value. Call
Leslie at 665-9437. 57A124
FOR SA LE
CRAIG FM-8 track car stereo. $45.00. Call Bob,
665-6081. 55B124
USED FOOTBALL Tables and Pinball Machines
for the Fraternity. 769-0466. 80B216
'72 DODGE Polara Wagon. Good cond. AC, cruise,
AM/FM, $650. 769-7775. Call persistently. 66B127
HANG GLIDER and. EQUIP. Plus all the Lessons
Your Want! $925. Call 994-0951. 74B127
DESIGN YOUR OWN ATOM BOMB
To find out, see JOHN PHILLIPS Thurs., Jan. 24,
8 p.m., Rackham Aud. $1.50, Ticket Central or at the
door. UAC Viewpoint Lectures. For more info, 763-
1107. 64B124
SPRINGSTEEN, PETTY, JACKSON BROWNE,
SOUTHSIDE JOHNNY, IAN HUNTER, MARTIN
MULL, THOROGOOD, SEGER, Others. COLOR
CONCERT PHOTOS FOR SALE. CALL TOM AT
665-2446. dBl25
Beautiful hand built carpenter's speaker system, 4-
way, large floor cabinets $400.00. Jack, 996-5963.
46B 125
FIREWOOD
Dave, 761-4300
73B131
FOR RE N T
NICE' ROOM in a 5 bedroom house, February-
August lease, near campus. Price negotiable. Call
996-2406. 93C125
OlFIdE SPACE available. Modest but inexpensive.
Conveniently located on campus. References. Call
662-5189 between 11 a.m,. and 3 p.m. 78C127
AVAILABLE FEB. 1. professional offices near main
campus. Two room suites from $150 per month
including utilities. Call 994,4454, 77C131
SHARE ROOM, 5 non-smoking roommates. 3
minutes from diag. $90 per month includes heat.
Dan, 663-3541. 81C124
BURNS PARK 3 bedroom furnished apartment.
Available February. $400/month including heat.
996-4469. 84C130.
FURNISHED Sabbatical House, large 4 bedrooms,
2 bath. Washer-dryer. Close to campus. Convenient
location. February 1-August 1. $400/month plus
utilities. References required. 665-0920 or 764-2552.
_ 63C126
Responsible gay male student wanted to share room
in house near campus. 995-4770. 4C212

rUNISHER1 OUM WIT rIvAI- BATH AND
REFRIGERATOR-One blcok from University bus
stop at Greene and E. Davis. Newly renovated
building. $170/month plus utilities. 995-2002 work-
days. 70C201
BEAUTIFUL 3-bedroom campus apt. Huge living
room and dining room. All utilities paid. Available
now through August. $519.663-3332. 68C127
COUZENS DOUBLE-Good room, good floor, good
price. Call Joe Burchill, 764-4853. dC125
AMAZINGLY WELL LOCATED^Apartment needs
Male roommate. UM lease but very quiet, 2 rooms
plus kitchen, bath. Call Alan, 761-2135. 75C127
TOWNHOUSE APARTMENT-2-story unfurnished,
for one or two people. Stove, refrig., carpeting,
huge -hardwood-floor bedroom upstairs. Very
attractive place, quiet neighbors and atmosphere
conducive to study. Near North Campus, aval. May-
Aug., Fall option. $240/month. Cali Chris at 996-
1540. dC125
SIX HOUSEMATES wanted to share beautiful 7-
bedroom coed house. $157 a month plus utilities
with 2-car garage. Near central and athletic campus,
single bedroom for all. Call Rick at 764-4695 per-
sistently. dC127
FREE-Jan. rent. Large house, old west side. 6
bedrooms, 5 great housemates. $150/month, utilities
not included. Call 996-0768. 39C126
Room for rent in very spacious apt. $190/month. 662-
5063" 49C124
CAMPUS AREA
3 bedrooms plus study-unfurnished home near
park-carpeted-natural woodwork-May lease-
no pets..$650. Cornell-Morris. 434-3450. 4OC126
APTS FOR RENT
Exceptionally roomy. Near U-M campus, hospital,
downtown. Unfurnished, all newly remodeled.
1. 2 bedrooms, study, lv rm, dining rm, full
bath, kitchen, ideal for family of 3-6 or group of
3-6 individuals. From $550/mo.
. 4 bedrooms, study, lv rm, kitchen, 11/ baths.
Ideal for. family of 4-8 or group of 4-8 individuals,
From $750/mo. Both apts. avail. now and/or for May
80-April 81. Call today between 8:30-5:30 only. 995-
5454,662-1770. Campus Rental Properties. 14C125
ANNOUNCING
1980 Fall Listings
A Multitude of Choice Campus Apartments and
Whole Houses. Furnished and Unfurnished. Great
Variety-Over 600 Units. Some 8 Month Leases
Offered. Listings Available Jan. 21st at McKINLEY
PROPERTIES, 611 Church Street.
a 769-8520
Ctc
WOMAN'S LEASE
available in Law Quad
996-8163
05C122
CAMPUS AREA-Beautiful 6 bedroom houses. No
pets. $970-$1080/month plus utilities. May lease.

A MESSAGE to all U of M supporters. When your
favorite Wolverine does well in Academics or Ath-
letics, inform your friends OR needle your enemies
with your new GO BLUE postcard. Yellow trimmed
in Blue with a beautiful block M. Package of 10
for $2.00. Send check or money order to:
D. H. Miller
26527 Newport
Warren, MI 48089
Allow two weeks for delivery. ,
86F125
RUSH THETA XI
THE COED FRATNERNITY
1345 Washtenaw-761-6133
73F128
RANDALL NIEMEYER of 536 Walnut this is your
lucky day! Not only do you get to see your name in
print, but you have also won two tickets to the
State 1-2-3-4 Midnight Movies. dF124
MAY WE HELP YOU with your non-prescription
drug needs? Village Apothecary, 1112 S. University.
cFtc
STUART SCHAFER, if homework is getting you
down, get out of the house and go see a movie.
YOU have just won two free tickets to the State
1-2-3-4 Midnight Movies. dFl24
MUFFLER'. Lowest price, first quality muffler!
Call Ann Arbor Muffler Installers for FREE price
quote. 769-5913. cFtc
FREE ASSERTIVENESS TRAINING WORKSHOP
offered for students by the peer counselors of 76-
GUIDE at Counseling Services. Thurs., Jan. 31.
7-9 p.m. Call 76-GUIDE to register or stop by 76-
GUIDE desk,1st floor Michigan Union. cF131
DEBRA SILBERG of 525 Walnut, No. 13, this is the
moment you have been waiting for . . . yes, YOU
have just won two free tickets to the State 1-2-3-4
Midnight Movies. dY!24
Ann Arbor's Largest Selection
We Buy and Sell
USED PAPERBACKS
Science Fiction
Literature, Drama
Poetry, History
WEST SIDE BOOK SHOP
113 W. Liberty, 995-1891

" 'Unia~artrm!a IIG EXPDITINS !/.
SAILING CAMPS. No experience. Good Pay. Sum-
mer. Career. NATIONWIDE ,WORLDWIDE! Send
$4.95 for APPLICATION/INFO/REFERRALS to
CRUISEWORLD 163, Box 60129, Sacramento, CA
95860. 72F130
PRIMAL/FEELING THERAPY-The Personal
Growth Center, 403 Miller, 973-9764. cFtc
LOW COST COUNSELING-Group, individual and
family. 971-4053 or 971-1996. 17F128
SWEDISH MASSAGE
20 years experience in area. Phone 769-0130. 50F126
RECIPE FOR AN ATOM BOMB prepared by JOHN
PHILLIPS. Thurs., Jan. 24, 8 p.m., Rackham Aud.
$1.50, Ticket Central or at the door. UAC Viewpoint
Lecutres. For more info, 763-1107. 61F124
THE DISTINCTION of being S. University's only
drug store belongs to The Village Apothecary,
1112 S. University. cFtc
NEVER BUY ANOTHER MUFFLER! Lifetime
guarantee. Call Ann Arbor Muffler Installers for
FREE Price Quote. 769-5913. cFtc
8 BALL TOURNAMENT, Saturday, January'26 at
1:00 p.m. Men and Women. Winners go to Kent
State University. Michigan Union Billiards. cF126
THERESA WALCZAK, 536 S. Forest, Apt. 6G ...
Watch out for those attacking killer tomatoes at
State 1-2-3-4 Midnight Movie. dF123
WORKSHOP FOR SINGLES (5 men, 5 women).
Initiating, Negotiating, Deepening one-to-one
relationships. Feb. 1-3. $25.00 registration plus ,
sliding scale fee. Bob Blood, PhD, Margaret Blood,
MA. 769-0046. cF131

GROUNDSKEEPER NEEDED for preschool-
farm. Efficiency room in exchange for 13 hours/
week maintenance work. Carpentry, electrical, agri-
cultural knowledge also helpful. References re-
quired. Call Betsy or Jim, 483-3276. 92H113'
ACCOUNTANTS, graphic artists, and typists-
Work/Study jobs available at The Artists and
Craftsmen Guild. 763-4430. 02H124
BUSPERSONS WANTED
Experienced preferred. Two meals per day. 769-
1972. 45N

Starting January 21st, the Office of Financial Aid
will house six OFA Peer Counselors in selected
dormitories. Peer counseling is a new pilot program
and its purpose is to better disseminate financial
aid information to the student community.
Peer counselors will distribute financial aid applica-
tions for 1980-'81 and help students fill out applica-
tions and other forms; they can answer questions
about procedures and various aid programs offered
through the financial aid office and explain financial
aid policies and procedures.
The selected dorms are South Quad, Bursley, and
Markley on the hill. The chosen peer counselors are:
Zina Smith, a Jr. Psychology Major; John Chanoki,
Freshman English Major; Sylvia Ballard, Sr, Psy-
chology Major; Michael Mulder, 1st yr. grad Music
-Major; Colleen Brooks, Sophomore L.S.A.; and
Kathleen Sullivan, Freshman L.S.A.
We encourage all dorm residents and non-residents
to seek out assistance from this new program.
You can check at the information desks in the dorms
to find out schedules of all peer counselors. They
are all very anxious to help, so let's make them a
.success. Drop in and see them in the near future!
84M125
MALE EAST QUAD LEASE
for sale, available Jan. 1980. Call Alan, .764-3651.
dCtc
UM GRADUATE. is now accepting new v9ice and
piano students. Call 769-1655.' 73M120
WANT TO JOIN THE DAILY? We will hold the
following meetings for those interested in working
for our news, arts; sports, and business depart-
ments:
Tuesday, Jan. 22,7 p.m.-
East Quad, Greene Lounge
West Quad, West Lounge
Wednesday, Jan.23, 7p.m.-
Bursley, East Lounge
Markley, Angela Davis .ounge
Thursday, Jan. 24, 7p.m.-
Mass meeting at the Daily,
420 Maynard, behind the
ISA Buildina

WRITING SERVICES. Creative, Technical, Editing.
Research. Experienced. Professional. 996-0566. cJtc
PROFESSIONAL QUALITY WORK at students rat
Will prepare figures for theses, publications, re
ports, etc., and slides CB&W and colors for oral
presentations. Fast service at reasonable rates.
Call Charan Behlat 764-2445 or 665-3234. 82J124
TYPING-Experienced. Any kind of manuscript.
663-5979. 74J120
TYPING
Fast, Accurate,' Experienced. Call Andy at 662-
4819. 00J124
USED CARS
1976 DATSUN-5 D wagon, air conditioning. 17,000
miles. Call 994-0820, after,6:00rp.m. 34N1211,
1975 MERCURY. Very good condition. Automa
trans., 8-cylinder, air cond., many new parts.
$1300 or best offer. Call 763-0723 eve. 83N127
1975 MUSTANG 11, 4 cyl. new engine, 4 speed,
AM/FM stereo, 8 track. A-1 condition. Best offer
over $2,000. Call 482-4662. dN
1970 Chevy Wagon
Engine in perfect condition
Needs some minor repair
$450.00 or best offer
973-1728 evenings
47N125
SAAB99LE 1975
Excellent condition
Good mileage on regular gas
4 cylinder front wheel drive
Rack and pinion steering
Reasonable. Call 994-5229 evenings 'or 1-886-8520
days. 54N127
1966 MUSTANG, very good condition, 289-6 cyl.
engine, automatic trans., air conditioning. Best
offer over $800. Call 482-4662. dN
Sublet on bedroom apartment, good sized, West
Huron busline 1 mile from campus. Through Augus
Kathy: 764-0344,665-7163. $265. 41U1
TOWNHOUSE APARTMENT-2-story unfurnished,
for one or two people. Stove, refrig., carpeting,
huge hardwood-floor bedroom upstairs. Very attrac-
tive place, quiet neighbors and atmosphere con-
ducive to study. Near North Campus, avail. May-
Aug., Fall option.$240/month. Call Chris at 996-
1-540. dU125

RuIDE WAN TED, Zeeb Rd. & Huron River Dr. to
U.M. campus. M-F 8-4. Call 662x4100 evenings.

cFtc
CHEAP USED or EXPENSIVE RARE:
SCIENCE FICTION
MYSTERIES
FICTION & NON-
paperback & hardcover
USED WAR GAMES
even some MARVEL COMICS
USED SHEET MUSIC
classical & popular
illustrated greeting cards
The best POETRY books ever
FOLKLORE, MYTHOLOGY, FAIRY
TALES, LEGENDS
RARE FIRST EDITIONS & AMERICANA
BUY SELL TRADE
We BUY single books or libraries
The DawnTreader Book Shop
525 E. Liberty, 995-1008
inside Bill's Bindery,
cFtc
CONFLICTS, frustrations, in a mess? Call Indi-
viduality Counseling, 665-7607. cF125
PLEASE MAKE the Village Apothecary head-
quarters for all your drug and cosmetic needs.
1112 S. University. cFtc
LONG TRIP? Fix Muffler first at lowest price.
Call Ann Arbor Muffler Installers-FREE price
quote. 769-5913. cFtc
DETROIT-NASA
Air only Round Trip
$179.00 per person

BEGINNING WOMEN JOGGERS wanted for re-
search project. Help given in designing individual
programs. Call Tom Flagg at 994-4341 (eves, to
i a.m. except M T or 763-1344 M W 12-2. 87H127
NORTHERN MICHIGAN CHILDREN'S SUMMER
CAMP has the following positions available: Arts
& Crafts, Instructors, WSI, Nurse, Gymnastics
Inst., Horseback Riding Inst., Tennis Inst. Call
(313)661-0060. (June24-Aug. 23. 85H214
Take a break, THOMAS CONLON, 908 Sybil, Apt.
9, you have won two free tickets to a State 1-2-3-4
Midnight Movie. dH124
WANTED FOR NETWORK TELEVISION PRO-
GRAM-Couple in their 20's who are living to-
gether and are getting married before March 30.
Call Ms. Drury collect. 212-664-4707. 0811123
WANTED
A computer programmer with operating system
experience to work with image processing package
in Fortran and Fortran assembly for an astro-
physical project.. Work/study preferred but not
required.

S s -uu , r enuer imnauons $8.00. Bass speaker
system w/15" JBL $100.00. Jack, 996-5963. 45X12 ;
DYNACO AMP SCA-80Q. Very powerful, excel. cond.

ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
B A RB P L UM MO0S Y
O l O R . f N' A L I T E
N A VE A EON I D E A L
RE A SY SP O ON V IP
D U ET R A SHE R S
E RA SE R P A ST A
!TE NTS M ITI1 M A SH
M A GI S Y LLS AG U A
S PEDC T Ks SSN A P S
K RA IT GA DG E T
CO0N S I G N PA N S
A RE E GG SA N D CH
M I L AN D A RN I T E A
PO0L E D OG LE S A RK
S NA FU M EE T S LOE

TWO RUOMS for rent. In
tiable. 668-0314, ask for Jeff.

- egv-
22E 231

BAITS. Female lease. Cheap. Available immedi-
ately. Meat contract optional. Jan, 663-7981. 79E119
TOP DOLLAR for film scrap . We buy prmter s
negatives, x-ray films and others, any amount.
399-5531. 42D130
PERSONAL
REPLACE YOUR MUFFLER BETWEEN
CLASSES! 30 minutes or less.. . lifetime guarantee.
.first quality .. . proven lowest price .. . call Ann
Arbor Muffler Installers, FREE Price Quote. 769-
5913. cFtc

CHANCE OF A LIFETIME
Contact Adam Burrows, Rm. 3053 Randall, 764-
7561. 71H127
DON'T BE an Eraserhead, GEE PEI, 1763 Cram
Circle, Apt. 7. Pick up your two free tickets to a
State 1-2-3-4 Midnight Movie. dH123
PERFORMERS WANTED
Circus acts are wanted to perform for Michigras
on Feb. 9. Magicians-Mimes-Minstrels-Jugglers-or
any other related act can apply at UAC offices
at the Union. 763-1107or 663-1620. 69H127

size 72or 8. Call 665-5624.

WANTED-FEMALE ROOMMATE
To share one bedroom apt. Price negotiable. Call
662-2874. dY127
Share a house near Packard-Platt, $140/month all
ineinri n [:al Rll 71AW aVy-

dnac2,
dK129

I BEAT STATE!!
Wanted-2-4 tickets for Michigan-MSU basketball
game Thursday night. Call Bob or Pete at 668-
8190 antime.d0124
SAVE UP TO 50% on all new and used aquarium
and pet supplies. Free delivery. For more informa-
tion, call 663-9021. 62T127

HAPPY TRIDENTDEGREE OF INITIATION,
TRIDELT PLEDGES!!
dP124
YOU have just won the key to fun CAROL KEY.
1320 S. University, Apt. 17. You are the winner of
two free tickets to a State 1-2-3-4 Midnight Movie.
dQ124

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE

Edited by

Margauet Farrar and Trude Jaffe
O 1980 Los Angeles Times Syndicate

ACROSS
Witty fellows

1

5 Table cover
10 Get going!
14 Of
15 Rousseau hero
16 Subdued
17 Flurry
18 River into Gulf
of Guinea
19 Son of Seth,
20 Vaporosity
22 Like Riesling
24 Sudden upward
flights
25 Bookkeeper's
concern
26 Mislead
28 Move, furtively
29 Girl's name
meaning "bird"
30 From soup to

50 Mideast desert
51 Intellectual
52 Candide's
mentor
55 Cooper's tool
56 Ghastly
58 Thirst-quencher
for Caesar
59 Leo's habitat
60 Amaryllis 4

61
62
63
64
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10,
11
12

plant
Odd fellow
Look - (pay
a brief visit)
Less forward
Votes to carry
the motion
DOWN
Command
Theatre gp.
Turning gray
Weighty
Abode of
a sort
Improperly
Trio in a
children's story
-- de France
Dished up
Memorable Met
manager
Dugout
Affair of the
heart

13 Dick Tracy's
wife
21 Tacit "yes"
23 Wastes
25 Cotton thread
26 Material for a
computer
27 Parallel
28 0. Henry
specialty
31 Europe-Asia
dividing line
33 A pun
34 Rudely brief
35 Mrs. Thatcher,
for one
37 Dividing walls
38 Fragrant
shrub
41 Magic -
43 Church office
45 Epithet of
Athena
47 Souffle
ingredient
48 City on the Meuse
49 Historic Italian
town
50 Unsophisticated
51 African country
52 Entreat
53 Ancient capital
- of Elam
54 Lip
57 Horrified grunt
r10 11 12 13

MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
ACU-I Bowling Tournament for women. Saturday,
January 26. 10:00 a.m. at the Union Lanes. Winners
go to Kent State University. cF126
DIAMONDS at cheap prices. Jewelry Appraisal.
721-1666. 69F124
WANTED-Gold Class Rings (used), gold jewelry.
TOP PRICE. Call Ed: 994-5919. 34F124
HAVE YOU had problems with registration?
Hassles with financial aid? Call Sara at 764-0552.
dF126
CONFLICTS, frustrations, in a mess? Call In-
dividuality Counseling, 665-7607, for appointment.
cF124
WE'RE NOT sending you on a paper chase, SAAD
NOUMAN, 4810 South Quad. Just come to the Mich-
igan Daily and pick up the two free tickets you
have won to the State 1-2-3-4 Midnight Movies. d119
'68 CHEVY-Biscayne, wagon 327 engine. Good
tires, Great for hauling. Asking $75-will negotiate.
663-3682 after 5:00. cFtc
SWEDISH MASSAGE
20 years experience in area.
Phone 769-0130
36F126
WE BUY AND SELL
RARE & OUT-OF-PRINT
BOOKS
First Editions, Signed Books,
Leather Bindings, Sets.
WEST SIDE BOOK SHOP
113W. Liberty, 995-1891
cFtc

BUSBOY OR WAITER HELP needed desperately
at Sorority. 1212 Hill St. 769-1972. 58H125
CAMP TAMARACK interviews
January 30
Summer Placement
44H129
SUMMER CAMP JOBS. Private Brother-Sister
Camps (14 miles apart) in Eagle River, Wisconsin
seeking counselors to supervise cabin group and
teach favorite activities. June 15-August 15. Several
positions available. Salary from $500-$750 plus room
and board. Inquire: Campus Marimeta-Menominee,
P.O. Box 201, Glencoe, IL 60022. 6H125
LIFEGUARDS NEEDED, must have current ad-
vanced lifesaving card. Dept. of Recreational
Sports. Contact JoAnn Prunty, 763-3084. cH129
APPLICATIONS for the Electrical Apprenticeship
are available at the Vocational Education Office,
Rm. 111, Eberwhite School, 800 Soule Blvd., Ann
Arbor, MI from 10:00 a.m. to noon and 1:00 p.m.
to4:00p.m. weekdays.
Applicants must be 18 yrs. of age, have completed
high school and have 1 yr. of high school algebra
or the equivalent.
Completed applications must be returned to the
Vocational Education Office no later than Feb. 29,
1980. An Equal Opportunity Apprenticeship Pro-
gram. 85H127
WANTED: Kitchen help for fraternity with good
food. Set up and clean up for free meals. Call Bo for
details 663-0695 or 668-9336. 51H126
NURSING STUDENTS-If you are a cigarette
smoker, we would like to interview you. i hr.-
$3.50. Call Sally, 763-4009. 27H124
HOUSE CLEANER WANTED-$4 per hour, trans-
portation helpful, 4 hrs. weekly. Call after 4:00,
662-2641. 13H124
30 SUMMER JOBS AVAILABLE-Resort near
Lake Michigan. June 1-Labor Day. Send self-ad-
dressed, stamped envelope to: Mary C. Ott, Sunny-
brook Resort, South Haven, MI 49090. (616) 637-
4796. 35H130
Computer People
We're helping many companies in the area fill a
variety of permanent, shorter-term and consulting
positions, and we want to talk to people looking to
apply their experience in either applications or
system software in commercial, scientific, realtime
or engineering areas. We'd also like to talk to
technical writers and experienced people for sales,
tech support and marketing of hardware, software
and services, and to digital designers and
technicians. We're knowledgeable, and we think
-you'll like working with us. Call, mail in your
resume, or drop in, and we'll give you an idea of how
we can work with you.

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The chosen
Big Cassino
Rambles idly
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Go fishing
Land on the
surface
Feline sound
Put to use
Truth
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This is it! Last call for league bowling. Monday
nights for men's league, Thursday nights, mixed
leagues. At the Union. Open 10:00 am-Monday-
Friday, 1:00pm, Saturday and Sunday. cF124
Please make the Village Apothecary headquarters
for all your drug and cosmetic needs. 1112. !Univer-
sity. f
WINDSOR-FORT LAUDERDALE
Air Only $169.00 per person
Hotel packages available upon request.
Space limited.
Contact Great Places Travel at 769-1776
50F 127
CONSERVE WATER, Drink Wine . . 'Special
wine sale this month at The Villge Apothecary,
1112 S. University. cFtc
DRIVE HOME FOR XMAS? Fix Muffler here for

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SOFTWARE SERVICES CORP.
320 N. Main, Ann Arbor 48104
994-0044
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