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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.

"Yellow Submarine"
and

"What Do You Say
to a Naked Lady?'

an avdio./viswai resk 1ibkN I cl

5 WINNERS EVERY DAY
No Contest To Enter!
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
Classified Department.

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His hangups are Hilarious
Harold9ra Maude

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11 .50
13.80
16 10

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5.80
8 70
11.60
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DAILY LINE CONTRACT

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Numlber of Weeks
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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'
TALESLEGENDS
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
Application for- Summer studey in FRANCE OR
SPAIN are available in 4108 MLB. 28F318
Afishag Teffet of Granger, birds of a feather flock
together and you and the other night owls will be at
the State 1-2-3-4 midnight movie as soon as you pick
up your tickets! dM221
MAKE LOVE!-NOT WA R
(It's good for our business>
Austin Diamond
1209S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings.
cFtc
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
TRADE IN SPECIAL! Fine quality used albums
for my exotic stuff. Ace Records. 13F222
PRIMAL/FEELING TIHERAPY-The Personal
Growth Center, 403 Miller, 973-9764. cFtc

MOST COPIES-3a-overnight
Ann Arbor's LOW EST copy prices
Accu-Copy, 524 E. William, 769-8338
cFtc
DARRELL ZELDES you are privileged. You have
won a pair of tickets to hear FREDERICK
JAMESON speak on Palestinian Rights. Pick them
up in the Viewpoint office in the Union. Sponsored by
UAC. F
DICK GREGORY
noted author, comedian, and civil rights activist
speaks February 22 at the Union Ballroom 8 p.m.,
tickets $1.75. Presented by UAC Viewpoint Lectures.
ccF22

FREE MEALS for busboy services, lunch and/or
dinners. 769-3112 or665-3330 after 5p.m. 74H227
ELECTION DIRECTOR NEEDED
Responsibilities include election budget, publicity,
ballot distribution andtabulation, reporting election
results. Begins Feb. 27, $4.00-$4.50/hr. Apply
Rackham Student Govt. 763-5271. 9 am-12 noon, M-F
or stop by RSG office at 2006 Rackham. Also seeking
candidates for RSG offices. Election in April, apply
now. 72H222
The Shop for Pappagallo needs part time help for
both days and evenings. Women preferred. Apply in
person. Lower level Lord and Taylor wing. Fairlane
Town Center. 58H221
PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENTIST
POSTDOCTORAL POSITION available im-
mediately for an individual trained in phar-
maceutical sciences (physical pharmacy/phar-
maceutics) to study percutaneous absorption of an-
tiviral agents. Candidate must have a sound working
knowledge of the physical laws of diffusion (both
thermodynamic and kinetic aspects). The project
involves study of permeation of skin using in vitro
diffusion cell methods. The obtained data is to be
used to design effective dosage forms. It will be
necessary for the candidate to construct quantitative
models which describe the absorption process in
terms of the chemical structure of the permeants
and the physicochemical compositions of the dosage
forms and the skin. The candidate thus should be
familiar with structure/solubility and structure/par-
titioning theories. Some familiarity with the proper-
ties of the skin and topical dosage forms would be
helpful. The candidate should be a skilled analyst
(HPLC, GLC,"DTA/DSC, etc.) and have a working
knowledge of scintillation spectroscopy and
separation techniques. No previous postdoctoral ex-
perience necessary. Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Scien-
ces (Pharmaceutics) $11,400/year.
If interested please send curriculum vitae to/or con-
tace MESC 301 Maple Village in Ann Arbor,
Michigan 48103. 43H221
COUNSELORS/INSTRUCTORS for private girls'
camp in northern Wisconsin. Waterfront sports:
Swimming, Sailing, Water Skiing, Canoeing, Canoe
Tripping. Land sports: English Riding, Tennis, Ar-
chery, Karate. Also Food Service Assistants. June
15-August 17. Apply Red Pine Camp for Girls,
Minocqua, WI 54548. Phone: (715) 356-623. 67H305
DIRECTOR OF NURSING HEALTH DEPAR-
TMENT. Responsible for administration of nursing
and clinical services program planning, and com-
munity liaison. Requires valid license to practice as
R.N. in Mich. and 4 years of Public Health nursing
experience with 2 years in supervision. BS from NLN
accredited program with MA in Public Health,
Public Administration or equivalent MA, immediate
opening. Salary and fringe benefit information along
with job description upon request. Phone 781-9811 or
send resume and salary requirements to Personnel
Dirctor, Calhoun County, Marshall, MI 49068. 19H228
Computer People
We're helping many ("ompanies 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, realtine
or engineering areas. We'd also like to talk to
technical writers and experienced people for sales,
tech support and marketing of hardware, software
anwi services, and to dligital designers ard
technicians. We're knowledgeable, and we think
you'll lik working with us. Call. mail in your
r+sume, 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
994-0044
cHtc
Joseph Cardona of Alice Lloyd, the price is
right-they're free! That's right, you 've got two
tickets to the State 1-2-3-4 midnight movie! dQ221
MEN! WOMEN!
JOBS!
CRUISESHIPS!/SAILING EXPEDITIONS!/SEA
CAMPS. No experience. Good pay. Summer. Career.
NATIONWIDE, WORLDWIDE! Send $4.95 for
APPLICATION/INFO/REFERRALS to Cruise-
world 163. Box 60129, Sacr"eento, CA 95860. 67H228

Margo Maclnnes & Associates
Writing-Editing-Photography
Graphic Design
769-1171

54J224
TYPING
FAST, accurate, with legal experience. Call Andy
a1 t 6249. 4AiO

CAMP for girls and Doys, (ages 8-5 5}in Algonquin
Park, Ontario, has openings for counselors, unit
leaders, and activity instructors: Arts & Crafts,
Drama, Music, Swimming, Skiing, Landsports, an
Canoe Guides. (June 26-August 23). Write CAMP
TAMAKWA, 16000 W. 9 mile Rd., Suite 416, South-
field, Mi. 48075 or call (313)559-4240. 42H301
CLEANING-Excellent opportunity for early riser 6
am to 9 am, Mon.-Sat. Very light work in beautiful
Arbor store. Eight positions available. No ex-
perience necessary. Call 1-589-3700. 95H223
Jo Carlson of Main, dreams do come true; and you're
living proof since you won tickets to the State 1-2-3-4
midnight movie! fH221
WRITING SERVICES, CreativeTechnical, Editin
Research._Experienced. Professional.996-0566. cJt
VOICE LESSONS-Student of Eva Likova. MM
graduate in voice. Experienced in teaching all voice
types. Wish to teach in my home. 994-4013. 37J222
literary CAMPUS EDITING technical
Efficient " Reasonable * Fast-69-2931

cJ420

WANED: AINY VISUAL MAA1T15fIAL ON TE
DRAFT FROM WWII TO PRESENT. CALL DEB-
BIE 668-0208. dM223
LEGALIZE 19 YR. OLD DRINKIN G bumper-
stickers. Send name, address and $1.00 for each
sticker to Fuller-Whitmore Enterprises, Dept. 1,
P.O. Box 1109, Grand. Rapids, Michigan 49501.07M32?
GIANT FLEA MARKET
Furniture, jewelry, antiques, collectible an
bargains. 200 dealers. Every weekend 6 pm-10 pni
Friday, 10 am-d6 pm. Sat, and Sun. 214 E. Michigan
at Pare nwntown Vnilanti .1M224

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

16 UAiiUr n -5i WAGON, loaded, runs on
regular, only 20,000 miles. Call 994-0820. 39N229
1971 Maverick. Std. Trans. Good transportation.
$225. 482-8813 or 487l-0294. 60N223
1975 Hornet Wagon 6 cyl. Auto, Power Steering and
Power brakes, air. loaded, low miles, clean, must see
to believe. Evenins q99no4 55N224

ANYONE INTERESTED IN RIDING THE BICEN-
TENNIAL BIKE ROUTE ACROSS AMERICA THIS
SUMMER PLEASE CALL BOB BREEDEN AT 763-
cFtc 3870 PERSISTENTLY. . 41F222

I HtE UNEHS ED tVE' N'Ti
N A VE S INK D IN E S
S TA TE HOO D
A HO0T G IGO0T N E S
S A RA NAC A TH E NA I
T U A TARA R E A SON S
I LE G AL D RE S SE S

Join The
Daily

FIGHT BACK against pan unfair law that makes
young Americans second class citizens. Join the
movement to LOWER THE DRINKING AGE.
Organizational No. 4 Michigah Union 7:00 p.m. Ann
Arbor Citizens For A Fair Drinkiing Age: Rep. Perry
Bullard (Chairman), Kim Wheeler (Director) 665-
1284, J. P. Adams (MSA= Q~odi ator) 763-32 11
MSA-SPC. . -73F26
Live Albums: Costello, Clashi, pinlste n IIRxy,
Hendrix, Who. Ace Records 233-4622. 12F221
JEWISH GRADS
KEG PARTY
Saturday Feb. 239:30p.m. 1320 So. University No. 18.
Sponsored by Hillel. Charge $1.00. Fctc
THE BLIXT GALLERY-PHOTOGRAPHIC ART.
Original prints-books-posters. 229 Nickels Arcade.
Hours: M-F, 10-5, Saturday, 10-4. 6620282. cFtc
WHERE CAN YOU FIND lounges, pianos, good food,
an art room, a weight room, a dark room, and lots of
nice people? ALICE LLOYD! 3cF228
Individuality Counseling could help you help your-
self. Call 665-7607. 3cFtc
UAC-Viewpoint lectures presents
FREDERICK JAMESON
speaks on Palestinian Rights,
UNION BALLROOM 8PM. FEBRUARY 26
Tickets 50R on sale at ticket central.
cF226

Lifeguards and coaches wanted. Orchard Hills Pool.
WSI reguired. Reply to Chris Jubin, 3154 Bluett, Ann
Arbor 48105. 764-3970. 23H222
Hlorse person to help with barn chores during the
week in trade for board plus small fee. Able to work
independent. Own transportation. For details, 663-
2801 persistently. 25H224
Maintenance person needed for small private school.
7-10 hours/week. 662-8016. 48H222
Counselors and specialists Jewish Community Day
Camp. Ann Arbor based.663-7485,668-0271. 47H223
ADDRESSERS Wanted IMMEDIATELY!
Work at home-no experience necessary-excellent
Pay. Write: American Service, 8350 Park Lane,
Suite 127, Dallas, TX 75231 16H224
NEED MONEY?
Pantyhose sales representative, full or part-time.
No experience necessary, must have transportation.
Call 1979-4800. , 80H229
(vE I{SEAS Jt)BS-Summer/year round-Europe,
S. America, Australia, Asia, etc. All Fields, $500.-
$1,2(x monthly. Expenses paid. Sightseeing. Free
Info Write: IJC. Box 52-13. Corona Del Mar. CA
92625. 0711302

Sublet May-Aug. 2 bdrm., ideal for 3.' Modern,
balcony, air condo, dishwasher, lots of closet space,
laundry facilities, parking, grocery on corner,
Iocated on- quiet tesidential street 5 min. from cam-
pus. Maize and Blue apt. Need we say more? 995-9310
persistently. dUtc
Spacious three bedroom apartment in well-kept
house, two minutes from Law Quad. Available spring
and summer terms. Rent negotiable. Call persisten-
tly 764-0996,'764-0606 or 764-4911. dU229
SUBLET-DOUBLE ROOM, excellent location (E
Univ. & Oakland . Nice, clean, quiet house. 769
0853. .t
One or two grad roommates needed to share large
apartment at excellent location. Parking. Lease
begins Aug.-Aug. Possible space this
Spring/-summer also. Call 994-6279. 59Y223
ENERGY.
We can't afford
to waste it.

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE

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Bay is
Sport scene
Stage attrac-
tions
Hayfield heaps
Venus or Vega
Sea bird
Tiny arachnid
Desire earnestly
(with "to")
Set back
Natives of
Smyrna
Office worker
Winglike struc-
ture
Banyan or elm
Sects
Contemporary
American
novelist
Iron -
Strategems
Famous name in
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Italian wine
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Flying -
Western scenic
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Western range
Daughter of
Czar Nicholas
Acetate fabric
Fictional lawyer
Australian parrot
Emulate Romeo
and Juliet
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Persian sprite
Word of ap-

proval
4 Minister to
5 Trappers
6 Funny man
7 Occurs by
chance: Poet .
8 Strummer's .
instrument
9 Sea, in St. Lo
10 Western
heights
11 lonian Sea gulf
12 Glide
13 USNA grad.
16 Hawthorne
heroine
20 Bauxite
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30 River through
Burgundy
31 Avoid by cunnin
32 Senegal city
34 Signal fltare
37 Canines
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40 Withstand
41 Full-length
movie
43 Abhor
44 Caesar was one
46 Sweet wine
47 Japanese primi-
tive
48 Card game
49 Weather
prediction
50 Coin of Iran
51 Greek goddess
of war
52 What "avast"
means

24 Desserts
25 Perfume
26 Billow
27 Dress (oneself)
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FREDERICK JAMESON
Speaks on PALESTINIAN RIGHTS
Union Ballroom 8p.m. February 26
UAC Viewpoint lectures 763-1107
Tickets 504 on sale at ticket central.
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AUTO OWNERS... pay less for a first-quality
fler, and still get a Lifetime Guarantee! Call1
price over the phone. .. 769-5913 Ann Arbor M
on Jackson Ave.3
Victoria Szoke of Benjamin,.come on down! T
Daily that is, to pick up your free tickets to the;
1-2-3-4 midnight movie!d
PLEASE MAKE the Village Apothecary h
quarters for all your drug and cosmetic n
1112 S. University.
APPLICATION for Summer study in FRANCE
SPAIN are available in 4108 MLB. 28
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOX\ COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK-769-056
12175.5University
UAC Viewpoint Lectures presents
DICK GREGORY
NOTED AUTHOR, COMEDIAN, AND C
RIGHTS ACTIVIST. February 22 aT THE 1
Ballroom, 8p.m. Tickets $1.75. c
LOVE BOAT WANTS YOU. EXCITING CARl
AND SUMMER JOBS, TRAVEL THE WORLD
DETAILS. RUSH $1.00 TO CRUISESHIPS IN
NATIONAL, BOX 530188, MIAMI SHORES,1
33153. 6

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