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Page 10-Friday, April 18, 1980-The Michigan Daily

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If you find your name and address
in today's MichiganVaily classified
page
YOU WIN
TWO FREE TICKETS

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No Contest To Enter!

Pink Flamingos
an exercise in poor taste

WOODY
ALLEN
and ANNIE HALL

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DO.
GO

to any one of
State 1-2-3-4
Midnight Movies.
FOR SA LE
BIKES, 5-speed, $40.00. 5-speed 26-inch frame,
$40.00. Single speed Women's bikes, $25.00. 996-
5963. 19B420
STEREO EQUIPMENT. Audio Pro biamplified sub-
woofer. Flat response down to 20 hertz. Signet
phono cartridge. Scotch metafine cassette tapes.
764-1828. 35B420
USED REFRIGERATOR. Like new condition. 5-
cubics, 3% feet tall. Call evenings, 994-9088. 13B420
WATERBED FOR SALE
Top quality mattress, frame, heater, price nego-
tiable. Call Doug, 662-4337. 10B420
WHY RENT A REFRIGERATOR when you can buy
one for a few dollars more? Only $50 for a dorm
size refrigerator! Call Max at 763-2622. dB420
ANDY RAUBVOGEL of Benjamin make time to be
someone important, pick up your tickets to the State
1-2-3-4 midnight movie. dB418

JOtHN WATFR$

Nis hffwuare siWdvwus
HamoLd.Maude

SHOWING APRIL 19 & 20

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ZIMMER FREI. Mit Kueche, saaezi. unaeneF
(Oakland St.). $120. (Ekektr, inbegriffen). Ab sufort
bis Sept. (Oder spaeter). Bob, 996-5973, 995-8690.
AVAILABLE SEPT. 1-3-4 bedrooms, 1 %miles west
of UM. $600 plus utilities. 6626021 or 665-7822 after
5. 84C420
FURNISHED ROOMS in comfortable house near
campus. May '80-May '81 lease. Laundry facilities,
new appliances, and carpet. 662-4811. 14C418
FALL AND WINTER occupancy available in
Fraternity two doors south of Union. Sauna, pool,

HERE?

Just look, through todays 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 am.-5pm.).
420 Maynard. within 48 hours. Two free
tickets for a State ).4.3.4 Midnight
Movie of your choice w1Il be presented'
you. courtesy of The Michigan Daily
Classified Department.

When you join St. Joseph's Hospital
professional nursing team, your career
will take-on added dimensions. You'll
find a career path that's just right for
you-a path to nursing professionalism
that reconizes vour goals as a nurse

We're a . well-established, 571 bed
teaching and medical hospital com-
mitted to providing a full range of
health care services to the community
we have served for 100 years. Our com-
mitment to patient care is enhanced
by the latest in medical technology
and a medical staff well-known and
respected throughout the midwest.

The emphasis at St. Joseph's is on
Primary Nursing-one to one nurse pa-
tient relationships involving patient
care responsibility from admission

through discharge. As a member of our
reputable staff, you'll discover that
there's plenty of room and time for uni-

TWO BEDROOM APT.-Furnised. AvailaDle May
6. Year lease. No pets. On N. Thayer one block.
from State Street. $400/month. 663-5609. 20C420
Furnished Rooms
Jewish rooming house on campus. $80-up. Spring/
Summer, Fall/Winter leases. 995-3276. cC418
FIVE BEDROOM APT.-Furnished Available
May 1. Year lease. $900/month plus utilities. No
pets. newly remodeled. On E. Liberty one block
from State Street. 663-5609. 22C420
SPRING-SUMMER SUBLET
May -August 31
Own bedroom in 4 bedroom house, 510 Ann St.
Good location. Call persistently. Marla, 764-5936.
17C420
CAMPUS-FALL
Modern furnished apt., Dewey St. I bedroom, $295;
2 bedroom, $410. Call 434-3803. 15C518
SIX BEDROOM HOUSE-Furnished. Available May
1. Year lease. $1000/month plus utilities. No pets.
Newly remodeled. One block from South Quad.
Plenty of parking. 663-5609. 21C420
MAY-AUGUST-One Bedroom-1010 Catherine-
Near Med Center and Central Campus-Nicely
Furnished, air conditioned, beautiful view, elevator,
parking, dishwasher, $265 a month. 994-6197. 34,C418
FURNISHED ROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH,
REFRIGERATOR, AND AIR CONDITIONING. One
block from University bus stop, at Greene and E.
Davis. $170/month, plus utilities. Immediate occu-
pancy with fall option. 995-2002. 64C420
NOT A TYPICAL STUDENT HOUSE
Exquisite renovated home on S. Forest. 2 large
rooms available. May-May lease. Very reasonable.
Call Nancy, 662-4979 or Linda 662-4048. d
FURNISHED 1 bedroom apt. Central campus
location with balcony and garage. 995-4786. 27C420
IN PRIVATE HOME-ROOMS by week or month.
May 1-August. Refrigerator, linens, cleaning, fur-
nished. No cooking or laundry. 662-9806. 62C420
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY
ROOMS
In very pleasant house between medical center
and campus. Fully furnished but very reasonable.
Call 668-6906 or 663-3641. 50C420
"Distinctive Living"
with
MODERN MANAGEMENT
Now accepting' applications for Fall 1980 rental
featuring:
" Older homes or modern buildings
" Rooms To Large Two Bedrooms
" On & Off Campus Locations
" Security Systems
Furnished Apartments
" Heat & Water Paid
+ Air Conditioning
. Disposals
" Laundry Room
" Storage
" Balconies
" Parking
For best selection call now!!
668-6906 or 663-3641
51C420
NEW HOMES-FALL
New homes with fireplace, three or four bedrooms,
2 car garage with automatic opener, full basement,
wood deck, use of tennis court and pool. Approx. 1
miles from campus.
Dahlmann Apartments, 543 Church, 761-7600
Ct
CAMPUS-2 bedroom furnish'ed apt. for fall-$380.00
includes heat, water and parking. 662-7787. cC420
6-BEDROOM APT. for fall, also available for
summer sublet, furnished incl. ALL util., central
campus. 662-3458 anytime. 92C420
SUMMER STORAGE-Clean, safe, private units for
$14/mo. 1 mile from UM football stadium. Stow
Away Self Storage, 769-0119. cC420
ENTIRE U-M campus house for rent. Beautiful
large windows roomy All newly remodeled; un-
furnished. Catherine Street. Will accommodate 10
or more persons. $1500/month plus utilities is $150
each or less. Must be seen to be believed. For key
call: Campus Housing Properties, 995-5454. 42C420
CAMPUS-FALL
EFFICIENCIES & 1 BEDROOMS
We 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. cCtc
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 8 p.m.
cCtc
NOW RENTING FOR FALL
Thompson Apartments
Corner of Thompson & William
Efficiencies, 1 & 2 bedroom furnished apartments.
Cal 665-2289. cCtc
CAMPUS-6 bedroom house with Sept.-Sept. lease
and 4 bedroom house with May-May lease. Both
furnished,one block from campus, parking. 663-
7156, 6-10 p.m. 95C420
GEDDES-OBSERVATORY area. 2 bedroom modern
furn. apt., wall-to-wall carpeting, parking, washer
and dryer, extra storagelockers, fall occupancy.
Also older campus furnished efficiency and i bed-
room apartments for fall.
663-4101
Campus Management, Inc. 337 E. Huron St.
cC420

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, 811 Church St. 769-8520.
20C420

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
ENGLAND. Free comfortable room plus salary
100 pounds monthly for quiet graduate student in
exchange for weekend companionship for elderly
widow-mother of U of M faculty member. Wim-
bledon 50 minutes British Museum. Available May-
one year. Box 9, Michigan Daily. 22F418
JEWISH GRADS
You are cordially invited to an end of semester
KEG PARTY
Sat., April 19th, 9:30 p.m. 1320 So. University,
No. 18. Sponsored by Hillel. Charge $1.00. cF419
AWAKENING from hibernation; kind and comely
male type animal would like similar Female type
animal, 25-31, to forage with him for fruits and
fun amid the Arbor. Write to the Daily: Box No. 2,
Ann Arbor. 4OF420
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
FRIENDS LAKE'COMMUNITY 80-acre unspoiled
recreation area near Chelsea: picnicking, tenting,
nature hikes, swimming, sailing, canoeing, fishing.
Inclusive membership fee $50.00 per adult; children
free. Brochure fromBlood's, 2005 Penncraft,Ann
Arbor, 48103. cF420

GET CREDIT FOR A SUMMER IN FRANCE !
Interested in spending a summer in Dijon, France?
Attend the Medieval Renaissance Summer Pro-
gram: LITERATURE AND THE ARTS IN ME-
DIEVAL BURGANDY-July 7-Auaust 15. 51C(1 00.
6 credits (Air fare extra). Applications: Center
for Western European Studies (764-4489), Medieval
and Renaissance Collegium (763-2066). ' 36F419

HUSH HOSTRT
BASHES ATHEART
'MESSIAH STEALTH
AMB PLASH.ED L I E
TI ED STEER TICS
CREES TAR CHEL I
HENCHMEN CHIDES
LA IR CHAN
TROIKA HI SKERS
HORNY BEE MERIT
RUDE BURRS RACA
OSE JETTIES SHY
NI RVANA STOR IES
ENL IVEN HUMANS
n L n r n A . AI

COURAGE, the willingness to engage in risk-taking
behavior. Individuality Counseling, 665-7607. 4cFtc
HIGHLY SELECTIVE? So is male, 28, pragmatic,
idealistic, health professional, enjoys outdoor
activities year-round, theater, dance, dancing,
friends, guitar, singing, Judaism, feminist causes,
and household chores. Non-smoker, athletic, sen-
sitive, direct and charitable. Curious; Write about
yourself. Michigan Daily Box No. 13. 36F
I AM STARTING a unique fraternity. It is
intelligent people who want a solid community in
which to better express urges of non-conformity,
creativity, productivity, etc. For more info call
James, 996-2865. 57F420
AUTO OWNERS . .. pay less for a first-quality
muffler, and still get a Lifetime Guaranteel Call
for a price over the phone ... 769-5913, Ann Arbor.
Muffler on Jackson Ave. lcFtc
GAY CONCERNS-If you're a male and gay or
think you might be, and would like to talk with
other men like yourself, in a safe environment,
call 662-1977 or 7634186 weekdays, 8:30-5:30, or
write to Human Sexuality Program, 3407 Mich gn
Union. 25.
NEW HORIZONS IN PHOTOGRAPHY at the Blixt
Gallery. March 26th-April 30th. 229 Nickels Arcade.
Hours: M-F,10-5; Saturday,10-4. cF418
CONGRATULATIONS
PATTI GARDNER
on getting into Michigan's Law School. We always
said you were worth a million, and now you really
wlll be!I dF42
CONGRATULATIONS
TII DELTA GRADUATES!
We're so proud of you. We'll miss you.
EXPRESSIVE MOVEMENT/IMPROVISATIONAL
DANCE workshop, all-day Saturday, April 26.
Novices welcome. $20.00. Margaret & Bob Blood,
769-0046. cF420
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
eFM
ANN ARBOR-THE ANTIQUES MARKET, Sunda ,
April 20, 5055 Saline-Ann Arbor Road, Exit 175
off I-94. lit of the season, 275 dealers, everything
guaranteed for authenticity. 8 a.m.-4p.m.. 35F418
Iran III
DAY 1
Coming Soon
INTERESTING PSYCHOLOGICAL EXPERI-
MENT, $4 for approximately 30 minutes. Must be
student or professional in field of art or art history.
Right handed males only. 763-0115. 1F419
MOST COPIES-34-overnight
Ann Arbor's LOWEST copy prices
Accu-Copy, 402 Maynard, 769-8338
cFtc
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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe

que contributions to our quality of nur-
sing every step of the way and plenty
of opportunity to serve, to grow and to
be recognized as a professional in the

ACROSS
1 Flowering
bushes
7 Pass by
succession-
14 Picture
16 Piano keys
17 Understatement:
A figure of
speech
18 Flavoring used
in aperitifs
19 Native of:
Suffix

St. Joseph's offers you new dimensions

for your career, a path to the specialty

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Stop, as
a motor
Auricles

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43 Country club
golf teacher,
usually
44 Oozes
46 Namesakes of
Miss Rutledge
47 Southerner's
speech
49 Side dish of a
sort
50 Disagreeable
51 Greedy one
53 Macaw
54 Was forced to
retract one's
word
56 Greediness
58. A pestilence, in
Shakespeare's
day
59 Layers of the
eye
60 Helps
61 Living -
DOWN
1 Bermuda blooms
2 Ape
3 Football pass
4 Past time
5 Quote
6 Move slyly
7 Garden tool
8 Sins
9 Participate in a
primary
10 Scrap

11 Command to
Rover
12 Truest
13 The pious ones of
the Dead Sea
15 Stately homes
21 Lifeless
24 Randy Gardner,
Tai Babilonia,
etc.
26 Joins
28 Lyric poem
30 Maor--
32 View
33 Fortify
35 Pry
36 The 22nd State
37 Natural
tendency
38 Hot coals
39 Saudi
40 Dress fabric
41 Undaunted
43 Shrimps, British
style
45 Influenced
47 Dieu et mon
48 On the -
(honest)
51 Sweethearts, in
Ireland
52 Ceremony
55 La dernier -
57 Sarcastic com-
ment: Colloq.

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of your choice and the educational

programs and benefits you'd expect as
a professional.

25 Actor Maiden
and namesakes
26 Combining
form for
common
27. Share
29 Sleeper
30 Hunt for water
with a stick
31 Passed
33 Sinai and
Everest
34 On one's -
35 Tent
36 Yield
39 Benedict and
Matthew.
42 Orleans' river.

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mini-resume or send your own
to:-Employment Services,
St. Joseph's Hospital, 5000 W
Chambers St., Milwaukee,
WI 53210 or call COLLECT
(414) 447-2159.

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