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Page 6-Wednesday, April 2, 1980-The Michigan Daily

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

E~YL v~uO2-5291

5 WINNERS EVERY DAY
WL *.3 -- -No Contest To Enter!

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Pink Flamingos
an exercise in poor taste

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Alright

The Who

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The Rolling Stones
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His hangups are Hilarious
HamId/Maude

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 764-0860 (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 Doily
Classified Department.

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Showing April 5 & 6

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UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES

FOUND-On East University, Sun., March 30.
Female watch. Must be able to identify. Call 764-
2615. 1dA408
SUSAN O'BRIEN of Washtenaw, April showers
may bring May flowers, they also can bring tickets
to the State 1-2-3-4midnight movie. dA402
FOUND on East University Sundat 3/30 a woman's
watch. Must be able to identify. Call 764-2615. dA403

Honda MT 250 Elsinore Enduro, very clean, 2100
miles, must see to appreciate. Price negotiable. 475-
7304 or 971-3225 anytime. 88B402
STEREO-Pioneer receiver and speakers, Morantz
S-track and turntable. 9944472. 18B404
FOR R ENT
Wanted: Private room or efficiency w/kitchen
facilities, May-August, up to $130, 996-0084. 26C405
ANN ARBOR SUMMER: Enjoy one in a nice 1 or 2
bedroom apartment at a special seasonal rate. Close
to campus, many with air conditioning and free
parking, 2 & 4 month leases. Listings now available
at McKinley Properties, 611 Church St. 769-8520.
20C420
SUMMER HOUSE-MATES WANTED. Near cam-
pus. Cheap and Friendly. Call 663-1437. 31C402
NEW HOMES-FALL
New homes with fireplace, three or fotir bedrooms,
2 car garage with automatic opener, full basement,
wood deck, use of tennis court and pool. Approx. 1 /2
miles from campus.
Dahlmanp Apartments, 543 Church, 761-7600
cCtc
FALL OCCUPANCY: Modern 2 bedroom furnished
apartment, near CCRB, parking, washer & dyer.
$475.00 month 3-man $492.00 month 4-man, includes
heat & water.
Fall listings are also now available for furnished
efficiency and 1 bedroom apts. in older campus
homes.

AVAILABLE NOW, campus, great location, one
bedroom apartment, furnished, all utilities, 12
month lease. $300.971-8933. 23C405
ROOMMATE NEEDED to share 2 bedroom apart-
ment. Graduate student or professional preferred.
Call 662-4463 after 5:30 p.m. 240403
Are you STILL SEEKING a fall apartment?
Efficiencies, 1 & 2 bedrooms, furnished & unfur-
nished. Most of them right on campus. Latest'
listings at McKinley Properties, 611 Church, 769-
8520. 81C420
HIGHLAND APARTMENTS
Large 2 bedroom unfurnished apartments available
immediately. Call 769-3672. cCtc
SUMMER STORAGE-Clean, safe, private units
from $22/mo. 1 mile from UM football stadium.
Stow Away Self Storage. 769-0119. cC420
CAMPUS-FALL
EFFICIENCIES & 1 BEDROOMS
kWe still have a few modern, furnished apartments
starting at $285 month for next Fall. Stop by or call
Dahlmann Apartments, 543 Church, at South Univer.
761-7600. eCtc
NOW RENTING FOR FALL
Sans Souci Apartments
across from U-Stadium
Large 1 & 2 bedroom furnished apartments available
for fall occupancy. Call 971-3239 between 3 and 8p.m.
cCtc
NOW RENTING FOR FALL
Thompson Apartments
Corner of Thompson & William
Efficiencies, 1 & 2 bedroom furnished apartments.
Call 665-2289. cCtc
Housemates needed for large house 5 mins. walk
from Business School. Furnished, dishwasher, laun-
dry, finished basement, May-May lease. $190 per
month. 668-7526. 55C402
2 Female non-smokers needed for 4-woman
beautiful, 2 bedroom campus apartment. 996-2448.
75C402
Andrew DeForest House-Space available. Gracious
living near campus. Furnished. 665-7056 or 663-7454.
98C42
ONE BEDROOM apartment for rent on Hill St. for
the fall. Furnished and all utilities paid.'Call after
1 p.m. 668-9538. 43C408
Spacious, private, two bedroom apartment. Parking,
including heat, furnished, air conditioner. Available
June. Close to Med Center-Central campus. 995-5043.
01C44
Furnished rooms in comfortable house near campus.
May '80 to May '81 lease. Laundry facilities, new
anliances & carnet. 662-4811. 77C403

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Campus Management, Inc.
663-4101

337 E. Huron St.

cctc
Furnished room with private bath, refrigerator, and
air conditioning. One block from University bus stop
at Green and E. Davis. $170/month plus utilities. 995-
2002. 35C404
LISA MARSHALL of Oxford, you can't be in two
places at once so forget the 'IGLI, cause you've
got tickets to the State 1-2-3-4 midnight movie! dB402
FURNISHED ROOMS for 'summer $250 men and
women. 668-7791. 85C409
ROOMS FOR RENT for spring, summer, and fall.
Price negotiable. Call 668-0314. 09C412
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
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HERES HOW TO PAY LESS for a first-quality
muffler. Call Ann Arbor Muffler and get a price
for your car over the phone. 769-5913. 2cFtc
PAUL RONEY of West Quad take time out from
studying to be a well rounded person, start by
picking up your tickets to the State 1-2-3-4 midnight
movie. dF402
MUFFLER-Lowest price, first quality. Call 769-
5913 for a price over the phone. Ann Arbor Muffler
of Jackson Ave. only 2 miles from campus. 7cFtc
PAUL a
SO YOU'RE FINALLY HERE!
BOBBY
SO YOU'RE FINALLY BACK!
NOW WHAT?
We'll play natural ..
and sleep.
WELCOME!
Love, Whoever.
dF402
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR VERY HARD TO FIND
ALBUMS? ACE HAS'EM. 233-4622. cFtc
HARMONETTES-
of the Woman's Glee Club
are auditioning April 12th.
Phone for appt. Mrs. Edwards, 665-7408

READY TO QUIT HASSLING? Call Individuality
/Counseling, 665-7607. ScFtc
WIN $5. Write a Great Advertisement that lets the
consumer know that an Ann Arbor muffler costs
less. is first quality, and comes with a Lifetime
Guarantee honored across America! If we publish
your ad you earn $5. Send yourentry to Great
Muffler Ad Contest, 2333 Jackson Ave., Ann Arbor,
48103. 8cFtc
WE BUY,
USED
BOOKS
PAPERBACKS,
HARDBACKS'
ESPECIALLY
POETRY, SCIENCE FICTION,.
MYSTERIES
FOLKLORE & MYTHOLOGY,
AND SCHOLARLY WORK
WE BUY
SHEET MUSTIC
THE DAWNTREADER BOOKSHOP
525 E. Liberty, 995-1008
inside Bill's Bindery
cFtc
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK-769-0560
1217 S. University

Computer People
We're helping many companies in the area fill a
variety of permanent, shorter-term and consulting
positions, an~d 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 tech-
nicians. 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
994-0044
cHtc
BLUEGRASS/FOLK MUSICICAL duo needed for
summer employment. May-Aug.; Tues.-Sat. Fiddle
and Banjo or Banjo and Guitar. Call for more
information:
Stagecoach Stop U.S.A.
9-5 (517) 467-2300
after 5973-9568
12H413
MEDICAL STUDENT SUMMER RESEARCH
FELLOWSHIPS. Excellent paid opportunity to do
research for 2-3 months for medical students in-
terested in psychiatry, psychology or neurology. Call
763-0116. 0d6H44
Excellent work study spring-summer research job.
For pre-med or psychology student doing work with
hemispheric lateralization and biofeedback. Call 763-
0116. 05H44
Secretarial/Receptionist wook in busy office. Must
enjoy meeting people. Approximately 20 hrs/week.
Call 662-3149. 38H329
MODELS WANTED 18 yrs. and older. $6.00/hr. at
the Velvet Touch. No experience necessary, we will
train. 215 S. Fourth Ave. 662-9727. 80H406
MR. TONY'S now hiring full-time assistant man-
ager, full-time day prep. and full or part-time
drivers, with their own cars. Apply in person 1327
South Universit . 32H402
BUSINESS SERVICES
Margo Maclnnes & Associates
Writing-Editing-Photography-Graphic Design
769-1171
28J420
MOVING OUT?
Free pick up service. Newspapers, books,
magazines, furniture, appliances, most everything
broken or otherwise you don't want. 996-8462. 29J404
TYPING-dissertations, term papers, resumes.
$1.00-$1.25 per page. Call Pat or Larry 663-0835.
70J46
WRITING SERVICES, Creative, Technical, Editing,
Research. Experienced Professional. 995-0566. cJtc
literary CAMPUS EDITING technical
Efficient"'Reasonable Fast-769-2931
0J420
TYPING: Term papers, law briefs, dissertations.
Reasonable rates, Pam. 763-1365. 49J409
PROFESSIONAL TYPING of dissertations and
papers. Quality service and references. Donna 973-
0433. 03J402
PERSONAL DOCTORAL CANDIDATE COUNSEL-
ING-Wish to complete dissertation on time or
ear"ier. 665-0687. 981404

Spring-Summer sublet. Own room in 2 bedroom fur-
nished apt. A/C, balcony. 665-0308. 37U404
CALL ME MASTER!
CALL ME SIR!
But just don't call me late for that sublet down yon-
der at 520 Packard Rd., Apt] No. 13. She's a right fine
old estate-got air conditioner for them sultry
southern nights;-. two bedrooms, view of the plan-
tation, and right near the diag. Even got the slave
quarters out back. Hurry, she's on the auction block
and the 6iddin' is-a goin' fast! Call 665-6497 and ask
'for the Massa% U1403
Spring/Summer 5 rooms in house. Great location,
washer/dryer, call 995-2709. 91U404
Summer Sublet. Modern 2 bdroom suite. 50 ft. from
Rackham. Kitchen bathroom, parking, living rm.
Contact Nick or Hal 665-9524 101 N. Ingalls Apt. No. 2
$250/month, negotiable. Air, disposal, and laundd
facilities. 50U4@
SPACIOUS THREE BEDROOM apartment in well-
kept house, two minutes from Law Quad. Available
spring and summer terms." Rent negotiable. Call
persistently, 764-0997, 764-0606, 764-4911, 764-0996.
dU404
ONE BEDROOM apartment sublet available May
1, fall option. Close to campus. 995-9434. 12U404
UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR wants quiet, private
apartment near campus,-May or June for one year
or 15 months. Has small dog. Write P. A. Taylor,
Box 310 Route 1 Covesville, Virginia 22931. Or
call (804) 293-4670. 27U344
1-: gay male students summer sublet near campus.
!S-4770. 72U409

sansui stereo tuner $65. Superscope 8 track recorder
$95. Call 668-9321 or 761-2104. 99X42
Spinet-Console Piano
Wanted: Responsible party to take over low month
payments on spinet piano. Can be seen locally. Wr$te
credit manager: P.O. Box 537 Shelbyville, Ind. 46176.

MELISSA PLETCHER of Ann some people win the
million dollar lottery, you're luckier, you've won
two tickets to the State 1-2-3-4 midnight movie. dZ402
2 Women needed to fill 2 singles in 6 bedroom house.
Ca11764-1072. 35Y403
WANTED: Quiet, non-smoker for two bedroom, ca
peted apartment. Huron Towers, 11th floor, beautif q
view. $167.50/month, plus telephone, electric,. Mike
769-6457. 94Y402

Happy 21st Martin
HONEY
You're LEGAL!
(Now your Mother can come out of
(SorryI'mlate!)
Everyone at _
ATO HOUSE
is the GREATEST!!
Thanks for everything,
Michele and Suzanne.

k I I T1 E UIIIA KAINT iI

FREE ASSERTIVENESS TRAININ
offered for students by the peer co
guide of Counseling Services, Thurs.,j
Call 76-GUIDE to register or stop by 7
1st floor Michigan Union.

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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe

ACROS
1 Large package
5 Vexed: Colloq.
10 Expression of
doubt
14 Neat as -
15 Like a friend: Fr.
16 Room in a
parador
17 Square
enclosure
18 Musical get to-
gether
20 White House oc-
cupants, 1809-17
22 Contents of a

0 1980 Los Angeles Times Syndi
52 Tether
56 Most refreshing
59 Weave
61 TV screen
disturbance
62 Ordinary guys
63 Machinist's
helper

64 Husband of
Gudrun
65 Dwellings of a
kind
66 Seventh sons
67 1200 hours
DOWN
1 Yeast
2 Seaport on
' Upolu island
3 Basswood

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certain book
One of the Fords'
The Sargasso
Sinew

21 Uppity one
24 Historic
Massachusetts
city
25 Small town, old
style
26 Descriptive of
beavers
27 Czechoslovakiar
hero
28 Common verb
29 Governor
Brown's capital
30 Alpine region
31 Treats
disdainfully
34 Spent
37 Eleven, in
Germany
39 Cattleman's
problem
42 Cavalryman's g
44 Appear to be
47 Parts of poems
49 Italian
countryman
51 Of better
judgement
52 South Pacific
island group
53 Straightway
54 Type of gun
55 Hardy heroine
56 111 temper

48F410
GET CREDIT FOR A SUMMER IN FRANCE!
Interested in spending a summer in Dijon, France?
thecloset) Attend the Medieval Renaissance Summer Pro-
gram: LITERATURE AND THE ARTS IN ME-
52F402 !InEVAL BURGANDY-July 7-August 15. $1800.00,
_...- 6 credits (Air fare extra). Applications: Center
for Western European Studies (764-4489), Medieval
and Renaissance Collegium (763-2066). 36F419
CONFLICTS, frustration in a mess? Call Individual-
ity Counseling, call 665-7607 for appointments. 2cFtc
dF402 DENTISTS-The Air Force Dental Corps has
immediate openings in the following dental special-
G WORKSHOP ties: Prosthodontics, Periodontics, Endodontics, and
unselors of 76- Oral Surgery. Starting salary and entry grade are
April 3, 7-9 pm. commensurate with experience and postgraduate
'6-GUIDE desk, education. If you have prior military service or
cF403 are under 35 years old, investigate this outstanding
career opportunity. Contact AIR FORCE MEDICAL
OPPORTUNITIES, 23400 MICHIGAN AVENUE,
DEARBORN, MI 48124, Phone (313)561-7018. 48F402
JEALOWSY IN MULTIPLE RELATIONSHIPS
WORKSHOP for couples, individuals. A search for
balance in primary/secondary relationships. $25
registration plus sliding scale. Bob Blood, PhD,
Margaret Blood, MA. 769-0046. cF410
PHIL! (the cook)
Here it is, the moment you've been waiting for all
year! (Your name's in print! Happy April 2nd).
Love, Leslie. dF402
TO THE WINNING
GREEK WEEK MEN
TRIANGLES
PHI DEbTS
HAM-N-
EGGS
ear WE LOVE YOU!
ADPI
dF404

Austin Diamond
1209S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
W EBUY AND SELL
RARE & OUT-OF-P.RINT
BOOKS
First Editions, Signed Books,
Leather Bindings, Sets.
WEST SIDE BOOK SHOP
113 W. Liberty,995-1891

MAKE LOVE!-NOT WAR!
(It's good for our business)

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CFtc

'uRAMATIZATION of poetry and a play by Moliere,
"L'impromptu de Versailles" at the Residential
College Theatre, admission $1.50, Thursday, April
3.7 p.m._92M403
CRAIG SILVERMAN of Markley, you've got some-
thing to be merry about now, you've just won two
tickets to the State 1-2-3-4 midnight movie. dM402

cramped?

Got Something To Say?
AIUITIONS for First Annual Ann Arbfor
Songwriter's Festival April t & 7. Original Com-
positions, All Music Welcome. For Information Call
662-8215. 6W45
Maur apartment1

27 Keeps a ship
steady
32 Magician's item
33 Species of
pepper
35 Flow off grad-
ually
36 Imaginary being
38 Place to eat
40 Raw silk color
41 Metal spools
43 Fictional uncle
45 Reiner or Roy
46 Introductions
48 Parts of the

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*ANTED TO BUY
Senior priority football coupons. Call665-
. 78K40

4 Surround
5 Enrolled in a
club again
6 Empty
7 Flees from the
law: Slang
8 Units of
measurement
in printing
9 Internal-combus-
tion engine
10 UN initials
11 Loveliest of the
Pleiades
12 Sound of a flat
dive
13 Young Brinker
19 Heat short of
boiling point

57

Performed alone

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calyx
Defective
Power: Colloq.

58 Romulus to
Remus
60 How: Ger.

CONGRATULATIONS Alpha Delta Pi, Phi Delta
Theta, and Triangle on your GREAT participation
in Greek Week.
The Women of Delta Delta Delta
dF404
ABILITY PAYS TOP $ $
Secretaries, Typists:
We have long and short term assignments in pres-
tigious Ann Arbor firms, no fees! Associated
Secretarial, Inc., 994-4585. cF406
WOMEN IN LEGAL CAREERS CONFERENCE
Saturday, March 2910 am-i pm
Room 100, Hutchins Hall
U of M Law School
Questions? 763-4158
04F329
EARN $$$ for psychology experiment in cognitive
processes. For more information and appointment,
call 763-2131 days. 17F404
OPENINGS AVAILABLE: U-M DEARBORN
TORONTO POLITICAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
SPRING TERM, 6 hours Pol. Sci. credit. Call Dr.
Graves 1-882-8955 or-593-5096. 51F405
Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein met at Pi
Lambda Phi at Columbia. Wonder who you might
meet? Pi Lambda Phi. . . We're coming back!!! For
information call 995-8983. 82F330
Problem solving group Mon. nights. 665-7607 for

cFtc
WE ARE FORMING a new group for people inter-
ested in discussing death-specifically, emotional
problems of survivors and societal attitudes. We
will have an organizational meeting Sunday, March
23, at 7 p.m., Greene Lounge, East Quad. All are
welcome. dFtc
TRANSPORTATION
Two desperate people need a ride to NYC around
April 3. Will share gas and driving. Call Barb or Lin-
da at 665-6619. dG402
HELP WA NTED
TEACHERS
All K-8 grades. Low income Catholic schools in
Texas. Small monthly stipend, furnished housing
and basic needs provided. Begin August 3. Write
Volunteers for Educational and Social Services,
Box N, 3001 So. Congress, Austin, TX 78704. 40H406
TEMPORARY JOBS:
Your student bookstore is hiring for FALL book-
rush. Jobs beginning in August, i week to 6 weeks
duration. Apply before you leave for summer
vacation. $3.50 per hour. University Cellar (Mich-
igan Union). 4211411
BIOSTATISTICS OR STATISTICS graduate student
with work study grant needed for Spring-Summer.
Excellent working conditions and salary. Call 763-
0116. 45H406
EARN UP TO $90 PER DAY
from May 5th thru May
24th. We need individuals
to conduct personal interviews
in the Detroit area. Call Nordhaus
Research at (313) 851-4400.
41H408
Summer position open at Whole Grain Co-op Bakery.
Must have very flexible schedule. 208 N. Fourth Ave.
for job description and application. 20H408
FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORES will be paid $500
plus travel, food, lodging for attending six week
Summer Camp. Information call 764-2401. 00H430
WANTED- A few good men to build a great new

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BEAUTIFUL, SUNNY, furnished two bedroom
apartment. Available May-August. Call Paula, 994-
3412. 39U404
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET!!!
Modern apartment.
Two bedrooms, 11 baths, dishwasher, new carpet-
ing,parking. Call 663-8133. dU403
SUBLET-Great 2 bedroom apartment. $250 a
month. Convenient Packard and Monroe location.
665-3556. 47U408
AGREEABLE two bedroom apt. overlooking woods.
In Village Green apts, near North Campus. Air con- Read the
ditioned. Available May 10 for entire year. $315. Call
996-5827 Mon.-Thurs. 5:30-10:00 pm and Sundays. Dail Classifleds
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