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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 1-2-3-4 Midnight
Movie of your choice will be presented
you, courtesy of The Michigan Daily
SHOWING FEB. 8 & 9
UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES
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. 4:34-1195. 020205
JILL McFARLAN, 1525 Washtenaw, its your lucky
day. You've won two free tickets to a State 1-2-3-4
MALE EAST QUAD LEASE
for sale, available Jan. 1980. Call Alan, 764-3651.
Three Kosher Females wanted for 7 bedroom house
on North Thaver. Call 668-1470. 16C208
DAILY LINE CONTRACT
Number of Weeks
ine/week 13 26 39
Number of Weeks
inches/wek 13 26 39
Wanted: Woman cabinet-maker. 665-7607.
27 26 20 over 18 1 80
26 24 18
24 23 17
23 22 16
N.R.. Each group of characters counts as one word.-
Hyphenated words over 5 characters count as two words
(this includes telephone numbers)
8 lines equals 1 inch 7 words per line
FOUND 2 KEYS-1 Chrysler, 1 gold (Y149) on
1,top of W. Engin. mail boxes, at 2:00, 1/31/80.
'Call: 996-0338. dAte
!SED FOOSBALL tables and pinball machines for
the Fraternity.769-0466. 80B216
BASS GUITAR with case. Good working condition,
$80. Bass speaker-RSO 15, $100. Jack, 996-5962.
+STEREO for sale. $325. One week old PANASONIC
RlD/3100. cost $500 new. Call Alex at 663-6639 or
l 995-3074: 01B207
-CASSETTE DECK FOR SALE-TFAC A-303.
GOOD CONDITION. Freq. response: 30-16,000hz.
'$1orbesotnoffer Andv: 996-939 3.dB20
FOR R ENT
FEMALE immediately needed to share one bed-
room furnished apt. $130, negotiable. Tracy, 663-
FEMALE-Spring/summer sublet between hospital
and central campus. Own room. Cheap. 995-9427.
OWN BEDROOM in remodeled house. Spacious.
modern kitchen. Close walk to campus. Washer/
dryer. '-163/mo. Rob, 662-1961. 87C203
FEMALE GRAD student %eanted to rent attic room.
$190.769-8469 after 5. 81C207.
SIX-BEDROOM APARTMENT-Two bathrooms,
gas included. Available May. Phone 665-3802. 05('208
COMMUTER OR FEMALE with somewhere to go
on weekends. Room in furnished house M-F, $85/
mo. Packard/Stadium. 995-5852. 04C207
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
Responsible gay male studeni wanted to share room
in house near campus. 995-4770. 48C212
A LARGE HOUSE
for 4 students, well furnished and carpeted, 4 bed-
rooms plus 3 study rooms, modern kitchen with
dishwasher, 2bathrooms, washer/dryer, parking, no
pets, $750 plus utilities. Sycamore Place. 769-1534.
tee imm~xelnttet oupancy' nive two hvdro"11 apar
tment i4 th pool Feb Aug $107,munih Close to
amo. , G (6121 or89 I.iio 4:0 20
1980 Fall Listings
A Multitude of Choice Campus Apartments andi
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.
ROOM AVAILABLES immediately. Apartment. z
baths, near campus. $117.50 month. 665-9055. dC203
OWN ROOM in beautiful four bedroom house.
Available immediately. Call 994-0905 or 994-8061.
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
C AVE A T'F1CR E NC E
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T RE E I ME P0R T E
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B A RE LY V EG ET A L
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S E NORILT A RE S IL E
E NG RA VE R E XE T E R
T E E T HE S TE E D
Short term problem solving group. Monday nights.
Call R. A. Barr',665-7607 for details. F
PRE-MEDICAL STUDENTS: Current un-
dergraduate pre-medical students may now compete
for several hundred Air Force scholarships. These
scholarships are to be awarded to students accepted
into medical schools as freshmen or at the beginning
of their sophomore year. The scholarship provides
for tuition, books, lab fees and equipment, plus a $400
monthly allowance. Investigate this financial alter-
native to the high cost of medical education. Contact
"AIR FORCE MEDICAL OPPORTUNITIES,
23400 :MICHIGAN AVENUE, DEARBORN, MI 48124.
Phone (313) 561-7018. 49F413
If you like PINA COLADAS, are MALE, and are free
the 16th.call 665-5766. 13F203
Have an excellent one..
Love. dooling, hutner, kenen, silverman & weinstein.
Looking for friendly people and serious students?
Drop by Alice Lloyd HAIl. F
If you are proficient in French and have a liberal
arts major, why not spend ne t year in Southern
France? The University of Aix-Marseilles offers a
wide selection of courses in Political Science, Ilis-
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.
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
WHERE YOU CAN FIND lounges, pianos, good
food, an art room, a weight room, a dark room,
and lots of nice people"? A LICE LLOYD eFtc
CONSERVE WATER, Drink Wine Special
wine sale this month at The VilIge Apothecary,
1112 S. University. cFtc
DRIVE IOME 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 headquarters
for all your drug and cosmetic needs. 1112 S. Univer-
sity. __ __ f
AGGRESSIVE WOMAN seeks submissive male
companion. Write P.O. Box 7851, Ann Arbor 48107.
Peace, love and two free tickets to a State 1-2-3-4
Midnight Movie are yours SHARON JOHNSTON,
,1460 University Terr> No. 321. dH2o:1
SINGER/KEYBOARDIST and singer/saxophone
player wanted for band to do power pop. Must be
willing to do originals. Call Ken or Mitch at 996-
HELP NEW STUDENTS Next Fall-Be an Orien
tation Leader. Applications now available at 2530,
Student Activities Building from Monday, Janury
28 through Friday, February 22, 1980. 47F221
JOIN THE GABGOYLE
We need writers, staffers, modelers, typers. busi-
nessers, and gophers. Call 994-3891 after 6 p.m.,
UM WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB
Come, Observe, rehearsal MLB rm 1
Tuesday and Thursday
PLEASE MAKE the Village Apothecary head-
quarters for all your drug and cosmetic needs.
1112 S. University. cFtc
STEREO! 20-50% discount. All national brands
and esoterica. Call Rob, 663-6375 between 5-7 p.m.,
Ann Arbor's LOWEST copy prices
Accu-Copy, 524 E. William, 769-8338
Ann Arbor's Largest Selection
We Buy and Sell
WEST SIDE BOOK SHOP
, 113 W. Liberty, 995-1891
PRIMAL/FEELING THERAPY-The Personal
Growth Center, 403 Miller, 973-9764. cFtc
CONFLICTS, frustration in a mess? Call Indi-
viduality Counseling. Call 665-7607 for appointments.
AVAILABLE TO TYPE papers-manuscripts.
thesis, plus etc. 485-2018. 38F203
THE DISTINCTIOGi of being S. University's only
drug store belongs to The Village Apothecary,
1112 S.,University. cFtc
Short 'imi problem'iiai i grop ).Mondlay nigh s.
tal k :1 Ba r ri;:);t7 fr delads l,
Wainted: Wonian cahiel imiak'r665-7607. F
READY TO QUIT hassling? Call Individualit'.
counseling. 665-7607. cFtc
MAY WE HELP YOU with your non-prescription
drug needs? Village Apothecary, 1112 S. University.
COUNSELORS-CAMP WAZIYATAH FOR GIRLS,
HARRISON, MAINE. OPENINGS: Tennis (varsity
or skilled players) Swimming (WSI), 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 (ENCLOSE
DETAILS AS TO YOUR SKILLSETC.) Director,
Box 153, Great Neck, N.Y. 11022. Telephone: 516-
482-4323. FACULTY INQUIRIES INVITED RE
DEPT. HEAD POSITION IN ABOVE ACTIVITIES.
Bicycle mechanic, kitchen, housekeeping help,
bartender, dock porter, front desk. Write: Iroquois
Hotel, Mackinac Island, MI 49757. 32H208
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). 8511214
PROFESSIONAL TYPING of all kinds. Rapid
service. Accuracy and appearance fully guaranteed.
995-4084 or 668-7673. 01J205
FRENCH LESSONS by' Private Tutor, qualified,
experienced. Call: 995-5873 Mon.-Fri. 5:30-10:00
Efficient Reasonable * Fast-769-2931
TYPING-Dissertations, legal briefs, anything. Call
RACKHAM QUALITY editing for dissertations and
manuscripts. Guaranteed suitable for publication.
Scott, 995-9350. 08J208
FAST, accurate, with legal experience. Call Andy
at 662-4819. 6"J212
WRITING SERVICES, Creative, Technical, Editing
Research. Experienced. Professional. 996-0566. cJtc
Efficient Reasonable * Fast-769-2931
WANTED-Pre-'65 silver coins. Any condition, 650%
face value. 764-0616 evenings. 71M207
FREE RENT-Assume my lease and I'll pay the f.W
st half month of rent-Close to campus, single lr
double, $135/month. Immediate occupancy. 665-2084.
CHEAP USED or EXPENSIVE RARE:
House cleaning help wanted one morningper week.
Call Lisa, 995-2816. 11H207
TALAMINE ACOUSTIC GUITAR for sale, $100.
Call 663-8447 after 5:00. 03H203
DO YOU SPEAK DUTCH? How would you like to
give weekly lessons? Call Helga Ashley, 764-6443 or
evenings 663-3850. 59H203
STAT 402 Tutor needed. Call 663-8447 after 5:00.
We're help;ng many companies in the area fill a
variety of permanent; shrter-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.
320 N. Main. Ann Arbor 48104
In a frenzy JOHN TINDALL, 1106 White St.? Take a
break and see a movie at State 1-2-3-4 with your two
free tickets, dH203
CRUISESHIPS!/SAILING EXPEDITIONS! /SEA
CAMPS. No experience. Good pay. Summer. Career.
NATIONWIDE, WORLDWIDE! Send $4.95 for
APPLICATION/INFO/REFERRALS to Cruise-
world 16:3. Box 60129, Sacramento, CA 95860. 671-22$
Ves! STEVEN GEVERCER,1011 State St. You have
just won two free tickets to a State 1-2-3-4 Midnight
FICTION& NON- 4
paperback & hardcover
even sone MARVEL COMICS
classical & popular
illustrated greeting cards
FOLKLORE, MYTHOLOGY, FAIRY
RARE FIRST EDITIONS & AMERICANA
BUY SELL TRADE
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
1972 Dg)DGE Polara Wagon. Good condition, air,
cruise, FM. $650. 764-7775. Call persistently. dN203
NEEDED-2 female non-smoking grad/prof. to
share apt. Call Debbie, 668-7:386. dY210
ROOMMATES NEEDED) Heritage House apart-
ments. Call Nancj-195-2487. Fall Term. 25Y203
SITU ATIONS WA NTED
STI'DENT WILL CLEAN HOUSE. Call 994-6566
evenings after 8:30 p.m., ask for Sylvia. 850204
SUBLET-DOUBLE ROOM, excellent location (E.
Univ. & Oakland). Nice, clean, quiet house. 769-
SPR/SUM SUBLET w/FALL OPTION
Modern 2 bdrm w/air cond.. dishwasher, large
living rm., balcony, parking. Next to small city
park and IM bldg. Any reasonable offer. Evenings
before 10:30663-1901; Days: 973-449(. dU205
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The Dawn Treader Book Shop
525 E. Liberty, 915-1008
inside Bill's Bindery
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
U 1980 Los Angeles Times syndicate
We can't afford,
to waste it.
5. Out of meat
10 Fahiily member
14 Garment for
15 Nobelist for
16 "Good Earth"
17 ~Floral symbol
19 "-- Shan,
21 Loyal: Scot.
22 Puccini's "La
28 Large tracts of
31 Do housework
34 on the qui vive
35 Boxoffice goal
36 "It - Neces-
38 Office copy
40 Another name
1 2 3 4 fl
42 Certain family
44 Spanish article
53 "- tree by a
54 At the drop of
55 "- Home,"
58 Become active
59 Edible parts, as
60 Bien- (be-
61 Acting award
62 Slight furrow
12 Term of address
13 British princess
18 Miss Douglas of
23 Pass by
Periods of time
(that is to say)
Play the host
Get -- on
Part of a TV et
of a sort
Part of a piano.
See 10 Across
40 Assyrian god:
43 Golden Treasury
44 Vocalist Julius
46 Civilian dress
47 Miss O'Grady
48 As a friend: Fr.
49 Little Jack
"- be in Eng-
River into the
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RIDDLE: What do Mr. Dooright, Mr. Guy who
named Peppy, and Mr. JOURNALIST (with those
shirts) have in common?'???? It sure as heck ain't
shoe sizes. Bet you'll never guess. dF207
BROWN FOR PRESIDENT
Anyone interested in working on campaign, call
BORED with the same old gifts? THE EXHIBIT
MUSEUM GIFT SHOP is filled with exciting gifts
from around the world. Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10:00-
4:30, Sat. 10:00-5:00, Sun. 1:00-5:00. Exhibit Museum
of Natural History, North University and Geddes.
ALICE LLOYD HAS WAYS OF TAKING CARE OF
PEOPLE . . . NICELY! We have everything you
' need or want. cFtc
OH YOU! YEA YOU! ATTENTION. DIDN'T EX-
PECT THIS (or a lot of surprises) now did you?
Well I glosed the account but the bank hasn't
responded. What to do. Life is fine, upbeat I would
say. By the way. I have some great gossip by the
Power Center. Let the world try to figure that one
out. ANYWAY, Keep kool and try to enjoy YOUR
world. O.K.??? P.S. Can't wait to confront Cynthia
and her mom about what we have been up to and
where we will have partaked. They'll be so thrilled!!
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
MAKE LOVE! NOT WA i
(It's good for our business)
More than fifty percent of
the world is starving. Another
twenty percent, just plain
hungry. And yet, in the face of
starvation, they have hope.
Hope that the rains will return
- to the African Plain. Hope that
the Asian rice crop will be bigger
this year. Hope that someone,
anyone, with anything to
offer will come to help them
fight the battle for life.
Someone in the Peace
Corps. They'd like to
stand up for themselves,
these prisoners of fate,
but they're just too weak
to stand up. But with
the Peace Corps aN
flame begins to flicker.
They've seen others
like you before. Seen;
the changes you can
bring. Two thousand
wells on the parched earth
of Sahel. Seen how their
the ormin ln he W h art-
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People with commitment and
skills who've assessed their
lives and decided there must
be more than just having a job.
They looked into themselves
and knew it was time for the
talk to end and the work to
begin. They're very special
people, these people. Totally
prepared to give
everything they've got.
And getting back even
more than they give.
That's the beauty of the
Peace Corps. The work
is hard and the pay is
lousy, and the progress
comes a drop at a time. But
the rewards are infinite.
Join the Peace Corps
and then take a good long
look in the mirror. You'll
never look the same to
The Peace Corps is alive
and well. Call toll free:
800-424-8580. Or write:
The Peace C'nn cRn A
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