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page 8-Friday, February 1, 1980-The Michigan Daily

If you find your name and address B. - '662 s
in today's Michigan Daily classified
page YOUWREEFER
You WIN
MADNESS
TWO FREE TICKETS
to any one of
State 1-2-3-4 1_
Midnight Movies. S
* SHOWING FE

5 WINNERS EVERY DAY
No Contest To Enter!

THE CONCERT FOR
BANGLADESH
His hangups are Hilarious
EB.1 & 2

SJust 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 1-2-3-4 Midnight
Movie of your choice will be presented
you, courtesy of The Michigan Daily
Classified Department.

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see a movie, ANNEMARIE LUBERA, 2910
nhouwer Parkway. You have won two free

OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK-769-0560
1217S. University
cFtc
MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cFtc

'COUNS"EO-"UAMP WAZIYATAH FOR GIRLS,
HARRISON, MAINE. OPENINGS: Tennis (varsity
or skilled players); Swimming (WSD, Boating,
Canoeing, Sailing; Waterskiing; Gymnastics; Arch-
ery; Team Sports; Arts & Crafts; Theatre Director
(musicals), Pianist; Pioneering & Trips; Secre-
tary. Season: June 21 to August 21. Write (ENOLOSE
DETAILS AS TO YOUR SKILLS, ETC.) Director,
Box 153, Great Neck, N.Y. 11022. Telephone: 516-
482-4323. FACULTY INQUIRIES INVITED RE
DEPT. HEAD POSITION IN ABOVE ACTIVITIES.
_ __68H416
.V. HiFi technician. Flexible hours. 769-0342.
58RH202

tsto a State 1-2-3-4 Midnight Movie.

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DAILY LINE CONTRACT

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GUITAR with case. Good working condition,
Bass speaker-RSO 15, $100. Jack, 996-5962.
83B205

Number of Weeks
Jlne/week 13 26 3

Number of Weeks
9 Inches/week 13 26 39

GIRMAN TUTOR
M.A. $6.00-665-3395
721205
T USED IBM Executive (electric) typewriters.
Special spacing feature. Excellent condition. 761-
3_ 90B208
DOUBLE WATERBED. Custom frame. $225. 996-
1887 eves. dB 125
CASETTE DECK FOR SALE
TEAC A-303
GOOD CONDITION
$125 or best offer
Freq. response: 30-16,000hz
Call Andy: 996-9363
dB201
.17N SAAB 99LIE excellent condition. Best offer over
425(N. 994-5229 or 886-8520. 43F3202

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WE BUY AND SELL
RARE & OUT-OF-PRINT
BOOKS
First Editions, Signed Books,
Leather Bindings, Sets.
WEST SIDE BOOK SHOP
113 W. Liberty, 995-1891

rurFESSIUNAL TYPING of all kinds. Rapid
service. Accuracy and appearance fully guaranteed.
995-4084 or 668-7673. 01J205
TYPING
FAST, accurate, with legal" experience. Call Andy
at 662-4819. 69J212
WRITING SERVICES, Creative, Technical, Editing
Research. Experienced. Professional. 996-0566. cJtc
CAMPUS EDITING
Efficient * Reasonable * Fast-769-2931

ROOMMATES NEEDED. Heritage House apart-
ments. Call Nanci-995-2487. 25Y203
ROOMMATES NEEDED. Heritage house apar
ments. Call Nanci-995-2487. Fall Term. 25Y203
BA RG AIN COR NE R
CHEAP USED or EXPENSIVE RARE:
SCIENCE
FICTION,
MYSTERIES
FICTION & NON-
paperback & hardcover
USED WAR
GAME'_1S
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

N.B.. Each group of characters counts as one word.
Hyphenated words over 5 characters c'ount as two words
(this includes telephone numbers)

8 lines equals 1 inch /

7 words per line

,ROOM AVAILABLE immediately. Apartment. 2
baths, near campus. $117.50 month. 665-9055. dC203
rAre you Up in Smoke from studying, PETER
C(IiSHORN, 2228 Stone Dr.?. Take a break for you
ha* just won two free tickets to a State 1-2-3-4
'Midnight Movie. dC201
WOWN ROOM in beautiful four bedroom house.
,Available immediately. Call 994-0905 or 994-8061.
88C203
;MUST SUBLET NOW-Until May-Large room in
house near campus. Negotiable. 663-3098. 91C201 '
.FEMALE immediately needed to share one bed-
*-oom furnished apt. $130, negotiable. Tracy, 663-
3293. 89C203
FEIALE-Spring/summer sublet between hospital
:Tn~central campus. Own room. Cheap. 995-9427.
~ /80C203
-OWN BEDROOM in remodeled house. Spacious,
;modern kitchen. Close walk to campus. Washer/
dryer. 8163/mo Rob, 662-1961. 87C203
::FMALE GRAD student wanted to rent attic room.
"!190.769-8469 after 5. 81C207
P4 ~_
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
NSOAP PANS CAGED
A TtRIO0 OD IC ARR AY
..1'' LO4J I S I A NA ST RNI
V, " _T M IN II AA AT f' iIA Ir

Responsible gay male student wanted to share room
in house near campus. 995-4770. 48C212
OWN BEDROOM in spacious, old-fashioned campus
3-bedroom apartment shared with two. All utilities
paid. Available now. $169. 663-3332. 51C203
HOME TO RENT to student. Available in February.
$650.00. In Burns Park area. 665-4911 until noon%
761-1181 afternoons. 09C205
ATTRACTIVE-STATE AND ANN. Historic area,
on campus. Own room in choice apartment, $190.
769-0688,763-3297, evenings. Mark. 48C202
A LARGE HOUSE
for 4 students, well furnished and carpeted, 4 bed-'
rooms plus 3 study rooms, modern kitchen with
dishwasher, 2 bathrooms, washer/dryer, parking, no
pets, $750 plus utilities. Sycamore Place. 769-1534.
57C203
Andrew- Deforesi Ilouse. Gracious group living for,
graduate students and/or professionals. 'lose t,
campus, hospital and downtown. Year's lease from
May. References required. Call 663-7454 or 665-7056.
46C201
LARGE, CLOSE TO EMU campus, downtown. New
wallpaper, carpet. You pay only rent, $125/mo.
Phone 483-6001 after 4 p.m. 49C202
FURNISHED ROOM WITH PRIVATE 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
MALE EAST QUAD LEASE
for sale, available Jan. 1980. Call Alan, 7643651.
dCtc
For Immediate Occupancy, nice two bedroom apar-
Iment, with pool. Feb. Aug. $107/month. Close to
campus 665-5120or 769-17th). 420203

HOME' TO RENT to student. Available in Feb-
ruary. $650.00. In Burns Park area. 665-4911 until
noon, 761-1181 afternoons. 09C205
SIX BEDROOM HOUSES, U of M campus loca-
tions. May and September leases, references re-
quired. No pets. 434-1195. 02C205
ROOM FOR RENT in large house, now through
August. Close to campus. Call persistently, 996-
5630. 18C201
ANNOUNCING
1980 Fall Listings
A Multitude of Choice Campus Apartments and
Whole Houses. Furnished and Unfurr#shed. Great
Variety-Over 600 Units. Some 8 Month Leases
Offered. Listings Available Jan. 21st at McKINLEY
PROPERTIES, 611 Church Street.
769-8520

STEREO! 20-50% discount. All national brands
and. esoterica. Call Rob, 663-6375 between 5-7 p.m.,
M W, T,F. cFtc
MOST COPIES-3t-overnight
Ann Arbor's LOWEST copy prices
Accu-Copy, 524 E. William, 769-8338
cFtc
Ann Arbor's Largest Selection
We Buy and Sell
USED PAPERBACKS
Science Fiction
Literature, Drama
Poetry, History
WEST SIDE BOOK SHOP
113W. Liberty, 995-1891
cFtc
PRIMAL/FEELING THERAPY-The Personal
Growth Center, 403 Miller, 973-9764. cFtc
READY TO QUIT hassling? Call Individuality
counseling, 665-7607. cFtc
CONFLICTS, frustration in a mess? Call Indi-
viduality Counseling. Call 665-7607 for appointments.
cFtc
Wanted: Woman cabinet-maker. 665-7607. F
THE DISTINCTIOni'of being S. University's only
drug store belongs to The Village Apothecary,
1112 S. University. cFtc

WANTED-Pre-'65 silver coins. Any cor
face value. 764-0616 evenings.

'71 MRU457

1976 TOYOTA Corona 4-door, 5 speed, air, stereo-
cassette, snow tires. $2,995. 665-7542. 95N203
1974 VOLVO 142E, AM/FM stereo. 56,000 miles,
excellent condition. Call evenings, 994-3757. 74N203
'74 PINTO WAGON. No rust. Dependable trans-
portation. 4-speed man. transmission. 662-8741 after
6p.m. dN202
1972 DODGE Polara Wagon. Good condition, air,
cruise, FM. $650. 764-7775. Call persistently. dN203

The Dawn Treader Book Shop
1525 9. Liberty, 995-1008
inside Bill's Bindery

owo

ABSOLUTELY CHARMING, campus, hospital. IAur-
nished suite with private entrance. Kitchenette and
bathroom. Use of large kitchen. Quiet building.
Over 21. Lease through August or longer. $126 a
month.665-9041 days; 971-6270 evenings. 26U202
SUBLET-DOUBLE ROOM, excellent location (E.
Univ. & Oakland). Nice, clean, quiet house. 769-
0853. dUtc

CHEAP USED or EXPENSIVE RARE:
SCIENCE FICTION
MYSTERIES
FICTION & NON-

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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
© 1980 Los Angeles Times Syndicate

ACROSS
1 Marina merchant
9 Sir Galahad
15 Temporary
respite
16 Excel in a
regatta
17 Dismayed
18 Territorial part-
ner of Lorraine
19 Negative: Scot.
20 Waterfall
21 Law deg.
22 Well-known
fraternity: Abbr.
23 Greenland
settlement
25 Rooms: Lat.
27 Garden growth
28 More judicious
30 Disconsolate
31 Buffalo Bill's
family
32 Genus of the
spider monkey
34 Long (for)
36 Affirmative
.37 - ordinaire,
popular French
beverage
39 She: Ger.
40 Pronoun

53
54
56
57
58
59

Spoken
Bird sound
Impel
Sesame plant
Racket
Useful idea

61 Anger:. Lat.
62 Memorable
baseballer
64 Commence-
ment Day
features
66 Refer in-
directly (to)6
67 "- Tables"
68 Former New

14 Scottish exports
21 Waits, old style
24 Norse goddess
of the under-
world
26 Gleam, as of hope
27 Took the blue
ribbon
29 Make- merry
31 Grow along the
ground
33 Title often used
with 36 Across
35 Facilitate
38 The dark
40 American
statesman °
41 Leave one coun-
try for another
42 Gave out for
publication
43 Salt, in St. Lo

STAN
I'll always want to crush you.
Have a great weekend.
dF201
HELP NEW STUDENTS Next Fall-Be an Orien-
tation Leader. Applications now available at 2530
Student Activities Building from Monday, January
28 through Friday, February 22, 1980. 47F221
TO KAREN,
Even though there are no Strawberries, there still
are friends.
Happy Birthday!
21F201
SAM:
Happy Birthday!!!!!
Love,
Beth, Raz, Spats, Ruta,I
Chris, K.P., Alex & Company dF229
CRAIG!
Thanks for the ride. I really appreciate it! dF201
MARY KRAMER, 418 E. Washington, Apt. 18, it's
your lucky day! You've just won two free tickets to
a State 1-2-3-4 Midnight Movie. dF201
SOPHOMORE-JUNIORS:
If you are proficient in French 9nd have a liberal
arts major, why not spend next year in Southern
France? The University of Aix-Marseilles offers a
wide selection of courses in Political Science, llis-
tory and Art History, Near Eastern Studies, Psy-
chology, etc. UM in residence credit and financial
aid are available. Call Hank Peiter, 764-4311 or
drop by 5208 Angell Hall for more information.
970217
Take a break, MARK POELMAN, 4710 South Quad.
You have won two free tickets to a State 1-2-3-4
Midnight Movie. dF2Ol
KATHY, MARCY, AND KATHY,
Don't let "B" school or life in general get you
down. Remember, FRIENDSHIP conquers all!
Love you guys dF202
ALICE LLOYD HAS WAYS OF TAKING CARE OF
PEOPLE . . . NICELY! We have everything you
need or want. cFtc
MIRS-The Michigan International Relations
Society-needs your donations to send a student
delegation to Princeton Feb. 7. Time is running
out-- MIRS represents U-M, so support your team!
All contributions are tax-deductable, and no amount
is too small. For more information, call Sally Coats
at 663-0494, or 763-2227. dFtc
DENTISTS-The Air Force Dental Corps has
immediate openings in the following dental special-
ties: Prosthodontics, Periodontics, Endodontics,
and Oral Surgery. Starting salary and entry grade
are commensurate with experience and postgrad-
uate education. If you have prior military service
or are under 35 years old, investigate this outstand-
ing career opportunity. Contact AIR FORCE
MEDICAL OPPORTUNITIES, 23400 MICHIGAN'
AVENUE, DEARBORN, MI 48124, Phone (313)
561-7018. 48F326
LEARNING to be your own best friend. Call Indi-
viduality Counseling for appt., 665-7607. cFtc
WHERE YOU CAN FIND lounges, pianos, good
food, an art room, a weight room, a dark room,
and lots of nice people? ALICE LLOYD. k Fte
- -

paperback & hardcover
USED WAR GAMES
even some MARVEL COMICS
USEDSHEET 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 Dawn Treader Book Shop
525 E. Liberty, 995-1008
inside Bill's Bindery
cFtc
AGGRESSIVE WOMAN seeks submissive male
companion. Write P.O. Box 7851, Ann Arbor 48107.
27F203
Please make the Village Apothecary headquarters
for all your drug and cosmetic needs. 1112S. Univer-
sity. f
COUPLES Communications Skills Training. Ten
weekly sessions beginning in February. For couples
who want to improve an already satisfying relation-
ship or who want to change an unsatisfying one.
Call the Counseling Center, 764-9466. 35F202
DRIVE HOME FOR XMAS? Fix Muffler here for
lower price. First quality and lifetime guarantee.
Call for FREE price quote. 769-5913. cFtc
PLEASE MAKE the'Village Apothecary head-
quarters for all your drug and cosmetic needs.
1112S. University. cFtc
AVAILABLE TO TYPE papers-manuscri ts,
thesis, plus etc. 485-2018. 38F203
HELP NEW STUDENTS Next Fall--Be an Orienta-
tional Leader. Applications now available at 2530
Student Activities Building from Monday, January
28 through Friday, February 22,1980. 47F221
CONSERVE WATER, Drink Wine . . . Special
wine sale tbis month at The Villge Apothecary,
1112 S. University. cFtc
Short term problenmolving group. Monday nights.
Call R. A. Harry. 665-7607 for details. F
MAY WE HELP YOU with your non-prescription
drug needs? Village Apothecary, 1112 S. University.

Your apartment
cramped?

ARE YOU LETTING
CLASSES GET TO
Y o
RELAX
Take a aIL break
... you deserve it!

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Looking for an
Alternative To Rock or Disco?
WE HAVE IT!
For a fun-filled evening of
music, singing, and good time
Join-The HAPPY PEOPLE at BIMBO'S
Ever FRIDAY and SATURDAY featuring
"THE GASLIGHTERS"
Dixieland and sing-a-long group

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Read-the
Dally Classifieds
for the latest 'For Rent' info.
Join The Daily

Jersey governor
69 Sketched in
colors

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1 Opening for a
hoisting
machine
2 Mineral, variety
of barite
3 Placates
4 New Deal agcy.
5 Pickle of a sort
6 Novel by George
Sand
7 Circumstances
8 Cherry
9 Australian
symbol
0 Of no effect
11 - delightful
12 Sorted in a way
3 Outdoor game

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Retainer
Pot-au--
New York City
Baltimore
ballplayer

DOWNTOWN

211420'S

49 In unvarnished
style
51 Calling
54 Packer
55 Girl in a Brown-

43 Part of a type face

114 East
Washington

45 Malign
47 Comedian . I
George
50 Columbia, in
patriotic song
52 Danger

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60
63
64
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ing poem
Fictional Adam
Freedom for
action
Rifle
Milit. award
Spanish gold

PERSON OR COU LEtos ta ywy ith 3 tenag
children in my home Feb. 10-16. 764-9194 or eve-
nings 665-5917. 94H202
Don't be an Eraserhead, DEBORAH SMITH, 811
Mt. Pleasant. Pick up your two free tickets to a
State 1-2-3-4 Midnight Movie. d11201
Computer People
We're helping many companies in the area fill a
variety of permanent, shorter-term and counsulting
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.
SOFTWARE SERVICES CORP.
320 N. Main, Ann Arbor 48104
994-0444

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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
accordina to original number of days ordered.

PICK IN'N'SNGN
Folk Music
Demonstration/Master Class
at the Ark
In this course, co-sponsored by The Ark, prominent folk musicans and Dr.
Richard A. Reuss, folklorist, give a series of lecture-demonstrations. Artist/
instructors are Winter semester wedkend headliners at the Ark. Topics are
limited to folk music in English.
Receive advice and instruction relating to: instrumental playing techniques
for a variety of traditional instruments, historical background of genres, types
of folk music, modern "folk songs," the folk process, and the oft-asked
question, "Are 50 verses of 'Barbry Allen' twice as good as 25?" (folk con-
vention vs. poetry),

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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. (June 24-Aug. 23). 85H214

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