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Page 6-Tuesday, September 22, 1981-The Michigan Daily

If you find your name and ad-
dress in today's Michigan Daily
classified page
YOU WIN
TWO FREE TICKETS
to any one of
STATE 1-2-3-4
Midnight Movies

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, come to our
business office at 420 Maynard St. within
48 hours. Two free tickets for a State 1-2-
-4 Midnight Movie of your choice will be
resented you, courtesy of The Michigan
oily Classified Department.

MALE TO SHARE % of 3 bedroom house. 663-7061,
973-0383. 51C0922
Ibedroom apartment, furnished. $335 parking, laun-
dry, air. 971-8696. Camnus area 45C0922

Ann Arbor Tenants Union
Now has openings for counselors, editors, graphic ar-
tists, organizers and office assistants. Work study
and academic credit available. 763-6876 (see today's
Happenings column). 10H0922

.WOMEN'SCLOTHING SALE. Brand new Wrangler
salesman's samples. Wholesale prices. Saturday Oc-
-;toter 3, 9-3, 324 E. Kingsley. Near Kerrytown. Super
:values. 0OB1003
GIRL'S BIKE. Schwinn 36". Almost brand new. $140.
ile Cabinet, brand new, $30.763-2849. 95B0924
SURPLUS JEEPS, CARS, TRUCKS. Car-inv. value
"4$2143 sold for $100. For information on purchasing
similar bargains, call 602-941-8014 Ext. 4240. Phone.
-call refundable. 57B1204
"URGENT I Must get rid of U of M lease. Single.
Stockwell. Bay windows. Call Sue, 769-0210. Cannot
have dorm lease now. 60B0923
*ATRIOT 1980, 14 x 70 two bedroom mobile home.
,Nice location, assumable. 483-2988. 55B0923
4100 IN CASH to person who buys my MoJo lease.
Maledouble,room 340.761-6587. 62B0925
PAIR OHM F Speakers. One yr. old, original boxes.
$1500. 971-0729 after 7 p.m. 73B0925

NEED CASH? We buy used photographic equip-
ment. For more information call 665-6101. Purchase
Camera Shop. cD1212
NEED CASH? We buy used photographic equip-
ment. For more information call 665-6101. Purchase
Camera Shon ,nl1212

k'CARAT ei

igement ring. 14 carat gold. Ap-
Selling for $AW. 495-0597. 72B0923

pwN IOM in lovely spacious nome on secluaea
wooded street for non-smoking female grad student.
-Large kitchen, picture windows, lots of built-in
shelves, beautiful yard, garage, unfurnished
bedroom. $2d0 plus half bills. Call 665-8427. 53C0922
ROOM AVAILABLE in beautiful, clean, historic
house. Non-cooking, furnished. 3 doors from
%Itackham Building on Ingalls. $130/mo. Call 662-3458.
01C0925
,bESPERATE . . . Still Looking? Male or Female
needed as third in-a well furnished apartment. Own
room, free laundry, personal study area. Air con-
ditioning and balcony included. Rent negotiable. 662-
4789. 00C0927
JUST THE HOME for students or a large family.
'his spacious home has 5 bedrooms, a study and 2
bathrooms. We are willing to show this home
anytime. Rent is negotiable. If you are interested
call662-5911. Andrus-Davis Co. 88C0922
:COMFORTABLE 4 bedroom house. Close to campus.
$670.00 monthly. 663-7782 evenings. 996-3008 days.
93C0925
GRADUATE STUDENTS OR STAFF
Available now, a quiet, private, large, 3 bedroom
country home. 15 miles from campus in Bridgewater
Village. $450 per month plus utilities. Call 429-2114.
95C0924

$100 for one bedroom in a 3 bedroom townhouse. Call
995-1112. 49C0922
Professional or Pre-professional student wanted to
live with 2 other professional students, male and
female. Own room of a 2 bedroom apartment. 6
minutes walk from Med Sci II and Central Campus. 8
month lease. Semi-vegetarian, studious, sensitive
person preferred. $170/mo. Call 761-6596 after 5 p.m.
Male or female. 60C0922
ONE BEDROOM furnished apt. 1 block from Frieze
Bldg. Wall-to-wall carpeting, laundry facilities.
Parking available. 662-7787. cCtc
SINGLE ROOMS-One and two bedroom apts. 3
bedroom house. Oakland-s. Division-S. State. Call
685-0269. 42C0921
FREE HOUSING
To an ambitious, organized, enthusiastic gal-Friday
in exchange for part-time telephone sales, public
relations and office management. Interesting, easy
going job working with high energy people. 221
Packard. 6-8 p.m. 24C0924
CAMPUS
FROM 275
We have two modern furnished efficiencies for im-
mediate occupancy. Stop by or call Dahlmann Apar-
tments, 543 Church. Days 761-7600, Eves 665-2664_.
cC1212
YEAR ROUND COTTAGE, lake front, 15 min. from
Ann Arbor, 2 male students preferred. Available
now-May. 662-8456. 85C0922
CAMPUS LOCATION furnished apt. for two. Clean.
Next to Business School. Call 665-7643 or 439-2251. 8
month lease. 61C0922
$100/person house on campus. 10 bedrooms.
$1000/month includes laundry facilities, 2% baths. 1
block from Union. No individual leases. Call 761-5515
weekdays. 769-1122 evening till 10 p.m. & weekends.
63C0929
FURNISHED 2 bedroom modern apt, near campus.
Laundry, A/C, parking. Drastically reduced. 455-.
1487. 54C0929
CAMPUS 1 mile. Entire house or rent by room. 3
bedroom, garage, appliances. 1-357-4470 or 995-5318
(Bill. 58C0923
Furnished rooms for rent in attractive 6 bedroom
house' near U.M. hospital. Modern kitchen, 2
bathrooms, off-street parking: $140-$200/mo. Call
663-3129. 89C0924

ROOM AND BOARD in a coed frat house. 8 month
lease, utilities, laundry, parking, open parties, 18
meals/week. SUniv. & Washtenaw. Minutes to diag
Jim or Dave. 761-6133. 75E0923
ROOM AND BOARD Available for females. For info
call 995-1075 or 761-3121. 74E0925
STUDENT CO-OP MEALS: Good nutritious meals,,
new friends, laundry, and other privledges. Join a co-
op meal plan for reasonable rates, several hours
work/week. Contact ICC office. 4002 Michigan Union.
662-4414. cE0930

STILL LOOKING for 9 month lease on 2 Bedroom
apt? Call 665-8227. 43L0921
BUSINESS SERVICES
DISSERTATIONS: Substantive revision, copy-
editing. Book and article MS editing, proofreading.
Professional. 663-3461. 41J1106
Should You be writing right now? Are you having
trouble trying to put your ideas, theories or research
findings down on paper? Let us do that part for you.'
You do the thinking and we'll write it down.
Reasonable hourly rates. To find put more on how we
can help you, contact Box 5 Michigan Daily. 97J0924
Say it with BALLOONS. Helium filled bouquets
delivered. U of M party decorating. 995-1972. cJ1212
DISSERTATIONS: Substantive revision, copy-
editing. Book and article MS editing, proofreading.
Professional. 663-3461. 41J1106
WRITE ON...
* Creative, technical copy
" Rewriting
" Research
" ,Overnight typing, $1.00/page
996-0566
cJtc
GMAT PREPARATION COURSE: 5 weeks
9/23-10/23, experienced teachers, reasonable fees,
Realm Tutoring. 665-3579 00J0922
Horseback riding, horsedrawn hayrides, campouts,
sleigh rides, and lessons. 30 minutes west of campus.
Waterloo Riding Stable 517-522-5394 cJtc
THE PROFESSIONAL TYPE: Term papers, theses,
dissertations, resumes. Sandee 973-0375 or 485-8584.
cJtc
TYPING, PROFESSIONAL, ALL TYPES
Call Noelle anytime, 971-2364
cJtc
Two instant color passport pictures. Only $5.60 by
Photo Dobos. 407 E. Williams Street. - cJ1212

ALL U OF M Football tickets for sale. Good seats.
995-0059. 06Q0927
$$FOOTBALL TICKETS$$
Buy or sell for any UM Home Games. 994-0145.
cQ1120
NEEDED: 4 pairs of tickets, IOWA vs. MICHIGAN.
Seat location top priority. 25 yard line or better
preferred. Price is no object. Top dollar paid for
choice seats. All seats must be in pair ideally a single
group of 8. Call after 6 pm at 434-1697 or days at 1-222-
4099. Ask for Paul. 66Q0925
ABSOLUTE TOP DOLLAR paid for U of M football
tickets. 973-6327. 19Q0925
7UDENTS GET CASH NOW FOR YOUR FOOT-
BALL TICKETS-SEASON/INDIVIDUAL. KEVIN
996-5529. 32Q0925
WANTED: Pair of season tickets U of M Football.
Call Collect 855-5233. After 6 p.m. 69Q0927
CASH FOR U OF M FOOTBALL TICKETS $$ Call
weekends or after 7:00 p.m. 994-9353.. cQtc
SEASON TICKETS FOR SALE: One pair in section
25.764-5225 days. , 15Q0923

FEMALE WANTED-Grad or Professional
preferred, to share 5 bedroom coed, cooperative,
semi-veggie house in Ann Arbor. Non-smoking, no
pets. Convenient location. $128. 994-0622. 97Y09
ROOMMATE WANTED in a spacious bilevel apar-
tment on Hoover St. just across from a Michigan bus
stop. For more information call 761-1159. Call
evenings. 04Y0924
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed, own bedroom in 2
bdrm., modern apartment. Sept. rent free. $170 per
month plus electricity. 723 E. Kingsley No. 302. Call
995-2092 day or night. 81Y0922
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY, west side Ann Arbor.
Want female to share pleasant house with same. $245
plus utilities. Call persistently 761-7825. 69Y09
10 SPEED BICYCLES, reconditioned, many sizes,
many types, $100 and up, 996-9643. 76Z0922

INTIMACY AND INDEPENDENCE-A
WORKSHOP FOR COUPLES. Residential weekend
Sept. 25-27 led by Bob Blood, PhD. and Margaret
Blood, MA. $35/person registration plus ability-to-
pay fee. 769-0046. cF0924
WORKSHOP FOR SINGLES. (5 men and 5 women of
all ages). Practice initiating, deepening and
negotiating one to one relationships. Led by Bob
Blood PhD. and MaryFran Sartow PhD., Oct. 2-4.
$35 registration plus ability to pay fee for infor-
mation. 769-0046. cFl00l
LORI SHEPP come down to the Daily and pick up
your two free tickets to the movies at State Theatre.
dFO922
CONVERSATION PARTNERS needed to speak
English one hour a week with English Language In-
stitute students. Language exchange possible with
Spanish, Arabic, and Japanese students. To volun-
teer, call E.L.I. 764-2413, 1-5. 03FO924
GUINIVERE-gave my blue shield to Village
Apothecary for a prescription-LANCELOT. CFtc
MEEKREH FELAFEL Study Break. Wednesday
Sept. 23 at 10:00 pm in Mo-Jo Jordan Lounge. Come
EAT and MEET! cF0923
CAR OWNERS ... get a lifetime guarantee and pay
less for a First Quality muffler. Call for a price over
the phone 769-5913, Ann Arbor Muffler on Jackson
Ave. 1cFtc
IF YOU ARE GAY, or think you might be, and are
male, and would like to talk with males like yourself
in a group led by trained gay facilitators, please call
763-4186 or 662-1977 (weekdays 9-9). 01F0927
MAKE LOVE -NOT WAR!
(It's food for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cf1212
PROJECT COMMUNITY
FIELD PLACEMENTS FOR CREDIT. VISIT 2205
MICHIGAN UNION OR CALL 763-3548. 21F0923
THE CONFESSIONS ROCK
Any party or function - 995-4088
66F0926
LEARN TO FLY. Call 663-7007-evenings. Call per-
sistantly. 26F0926
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK, 769-0560
1217 S. University
cF1212
ERIC'S FACTORY LOSEOUTS. Footwear,
bodywear, swimwear.
406 E. Liberty, 2 blocks off State.

WANTED-Chinese/Japanese/Russian or Arabic-
speaking family with small child. Ann Arbor family
with 15 month old girl would like to arrange for
children from two families to visit in each household
one or two days a week to give both the benefit of dif-
ferent cultures and languages. Call 663-9201. 1200922

STEREO AND TV. Repair done at your own con-
venience. 663-8393. Very reasonable prices. 18X0926

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Oriental Rugs
We buy, sell, repair, clean rugs and appraise. 769-
855 nor -5 7 2 E . Liherty. cM1212

ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
=MULE P AE AN S HOE
A SE G RUDBL A N
LED A T N N T IE
RO0L Y CON T ROL S
T E STY DA R TS R I O
BR HS CO0N GA A GE R '
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Historic Kerrytown, 2 bedroom duplex, completely
redecorated, carpeted, furnished. 6 blocksfrom
campus. $425/month plus utilities. Grad students
preferred. 665-3927 evenings. 25C0922
FULLY FURNISHED APT. for rent. $190 per month.
Kitchen, living/dining rms., two roommates. Albert
& Terrace Apts. on Oxford/Geddes. Call Lisa at 995-
4488.280923
Want dorm housing? If you are a woman age 21 or
older and a new student, you can take over my Baits-
Stanley lease. Call Jenna 662-2438. 79C0925
CAMPUS HOSPITAL. Large bedroom apartment.
Furnished/unfurnished. From $300.995-4808. 02C0925
APARTMENT for two, furnished, 323 Packard,
$295.00, parking, laundry, air, 971-8696. 77C0923

'73 LEMANS GT-400, 4-speed, 51,000 miles, new clut-
ch, springs, shocks, brakes, and exhaust. $1000. 665-
7792. 38N0924
1968 FORD TORINO-Bodysome rust. Engine good
condition. Reliable transportation. Asking $300. Call
662-8149. 31N0923
'71 Duster. Good brakes, shocks, and tires. Runs
great. Must sell. $450. 761-5984. 79N0926
1974 Thunderbird. Excellent condition. Fully loaded.
$600 or best offer. 763-2849. 94N0924

"PRAYER of/LA TINAMERICAN CHRISTIANS
for the CONVERSION of/the UNITED STATES"
Speaker:
Dr. Jorge Lara-Braud
Friend of Archbishop Oscar Romero,
slain bishop of San Salvador
Director of Council on Theology and
Culture, Presbyterian Church, US
Dynamic speaker -and writer on the ethical and theo-
logical issues posed by the relationship between the
United States and Latin America; editor of Social Jus-
tice and the Latin Churches.
8:00Ppim. CAMPUS CHAPEL Wednesdy, Sept. 23
Also:
WEDNESDAY - NOON MEETING WITH CLERGY 4
First Baptist Church, 512 E. Huron
THURSDAY- NOON FORUM
First Presbyterian Church, 1432 Washtenaw
sponsored with; interfaith Council for Peace/CALC and Uni-
- versity of Michigan Office of Ethics and Religion.

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RECONDITIONED used bikes. $45 and up. Plenty in
stock to choose from. Student Bike Shop, 607 S.
Forest. Next to Village Corner. 98Z0925

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe

ACROSS
1 Bridge coup
5 Warfare stores
9 Laboratory
substance
13 Son of Jacob
ar d Leah
14 Essence
16 Service station
chore
17 Aware of
18 Physician Sir
William
19 Fedora feature
20 Fetch and carry
22 Carry too far
24 Chaplin's Grey
25 Pistil part
26 Turkish coin of old
29 Momentousk
32 Goes after or
drives away
34 Bros.
35 Fact in a
collection

01981 Los Angeles Times Syndicate
48 Agitate
50 Lesser lords
52 Kowtow to
56 Part of B.A.
57 Representative
from Arizona
59 Valhalla VIP
60 Kind of freeze
61 Open
forum group
62 Observe
63 Pirates' pillage
64 Kind of kit
65 Jocundity
DOWN
1 Give the to
2 A Horne
3 River of literary
renown
4 Unheeding
5 Terminate before
fulfillment
6 Hostess Perle
7 Grain sorghum
8 Kind of step or
horse
9 Victoria's
beloved
10 Fawn upon
11 Footnote notation
12 Kind of phono
record
15 Went on all fours

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21 Ireland to a Gael
23 Highway sights
25 Roasting place
26 Troupe member
27 "And I on the
opposite
will be..."
28 Dance attendance
on
29 Went astray
30 Amalgamate
31 Stows the
cargo
33 to, akin
to 10 Down
38 City on the
Oka River
39 Like some
speeches
41 Word on a
Chinese menu
43 Let out
45 Toastmaster's
word
48 Cobblers'
concerns

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Nursery needs
Marilyn of the
Met
Roman poet
Grampus
Fen
Give one's all to
Started anew
Little lakes
Archangel

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51
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Sounds a knell
False god
River near Pisa
Thorn in the side

53 Elevated one
54 Quote
55 Word with deep
or high
58 Sire's companion
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PAPER ROUTE-NEW YORK TIMES, Sunday
edition. 25 customers. Excellent income. 663-5458.
02H0923
COLLEGE SENIORS-Looking for, the opportunity
to use your leadership and management skills in a
highly responsible position? If you are completing a
four year college degree, are under 27 years of age,
are a U.S. citizen, and are in good physical condition,
you may qualify to become an Air Force Flight Of-
ficer (experience highly regarded by business and
industry). Give your career a chance to take off! Call
Bruce Dennings at 973-7703 for an interview. cHtc
U.A.C. SOPH SHOW STAFF positions. For interview
call 763-1107. 8410924
PART-TIME delivery position. Morning and after-
noon. Applications being taken at Andrews Office
Warehouse, 3840 Varsity Dr. 68H0923
PIZZA DELIVERY DRIVERS
AND TELEPHONE HELP
Must be 18. No car necessary. No moving violation on
License for last 3 years. One or two nights a week.
Apply in person only after 4:30 p.m. Omega Pizza,
101 Washtenaw Place across from Couzens Hall.
06110922
IF YOU have had experience operating a Com-
pugraphic typesetting machine, and are.good at it,
I'd like to talk with you about possible permanent,
part-time work. See Arch Gamm at The Michigan
Daily, 420 Maynard. dH
Free 65 hours of training in counselling skills at SOS
COMMUNITY CRISIS CENTER for anyone accep-
ted into the training program as a volunteer crisis
counselor. tall 485-3222 by Oct. 1. 8711001
CHILD CARE. Experienced person for 1 and/or 4 yr.
olds. Various regular times available. Burns Park.
663-4485. 80H0923
ACTIVISTS State's largest Consumer Organization
is seeking outgoing, politically orientated individuals
to inform, petition, and fundraise for a variety of
economic and political issues. Full and Part time,
fall and winter positions now open. For an interview,
call the Mich. Citizens Lobby at 663-6824 between 12-2
pm only. 37H0922

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way to drive. It's also a great way to save
gas and money.
You'll get about 20 more miles from
every tank of gas if you drive 55 mph instead
of 70 mph on the highway. That's like getting
a 60 discount on every gallon of gas! And
it's just one of the easy ways you can save
gasoline.
" Keep your car well-tuned and you'll
save about 4C on every gallon of gas.
* Keep your tires properly inflated and
you'll save 2 on every gallon.
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Think about it. If you use all these
simple gas-saving techniques, it's like
getting a 15C discount on every gallon
of gas!
' For a free booklet with more ideas
on how to save energy and money, write
" Energy," Box 62, ,Oak Ridge, TN 37830.
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