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Page 6-Sunday, October 4, 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.

LOST: A gold lapel pin shaped like an apple near LARGE, furnithed I bedroom apartment with
South University and Church. Reward offered. 662- balcony, near Central Campus. $340/month. Oct.
2953. 43A1006 FREE! 995-5884 or 763-5887. 48C1009
FOUND: Kitten, corner of Washtenaw and Hill. TWO ROOM SUITE with private bath and
lack with white markings. Taped tail. Female 662- refrigerator.MNear Broadway Shopping Center and
6744. dA1008 hospital. $200/month, plus electricity. 995-2002.
47C1006

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FOUND-Men's Michigan Varsity Jacket at Notre
Dame game, Must describe in detail. 996-0219. dAlOO7
FOUND-Brown Schwinn Varsity. Corner of State
and Monroe. 662-8982. 16A1007

APT. PREAMP, HAFLER AMP Rega Olanar 3, two
SME Series III Tonearms. 662-5489. 51B1011
SURPLUS JEEPS, CARS, TRUCKS. Car-inv. value
$2134 sold for $100. For information on purchasing
similar bargains, call 602-941-8014 Ext. 4240. Phone
call refundable. 57B1204
NOT FOR SALE: Timothy Hester's two free tickets
to the State Theater at the Daily. Mr. Hester: come
pick them up and enjoy' I dB1004
SURPLUS JEEPS, CARS, TRUCKS. Car-inv. value
$2143 sold for $100. For information on purchasing
similar bargains, call 602-941-8014 Ext. 4240. Phone
call refundable. 57B1204
1975 BMW Motorcycle, R90-S new 1,000 engine. Luf-
smiesker Touring Fairing. Bates bags. Excellent
condition. $3500. 1-642-8252. 99B1004
BARGAIN! stereo/receiver with 8-track player and
speakers for sale. Good condition. $90 or best offer.
Call 764-9884. dB1009
LEASE FOR SALE on campus housing. OXFORD.
Bedroom suite. Kitchen. 764-7920, 971-6427. 46B1006
W
SPACIOUS EFFICIENCY-furnished, wood floor,
high ceiling. Oakland St. Call David 769-0164. 52C1007
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
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED
to share charming one bedroom apt. in older home.
Convenient campus location. Furnished, reasonable
rent. Call anytime, persistently. 665-5763. 86C1006
2 BEDROOM furnished apt 4 blocks to Rackham
Bldg. New wail-to-wall carpeting. $410.00 for two
people or $420.00 for three people, includes 'heat,
water, parking and utility room with separate
storage lockers and laundry facilities.
Campus Management, Inc.
337 E. Huron St. 663-4101
cCtc

REASONABLE ROOMS, students, very close to
campus. $155-$175 month. Includes utilities,
refrigerator, access washer. E. Weber, 662-4059, 764-
9377. 42C1004
MALE ROOMMATE needed immediately. October
rent free. Two bedrooms, S. Forest. Call Kevin,
Frank anytime. 761-6215, 624-6575, 885-9112. 40C006
FEMALE LEASE. Starting January, $160/month
plus electricity. Right behind Rackham. 995-5257 10
a.m. and after 3 p.m. 50C1006
ABOUT HALF WAY-20 minutes to U of M and WSU.
Fully furnished. Two bedrooms, den, family room,
large 15 ft. by 18 ft. deck. Commuters delight! $650
per month. 835-6655. 22C1007
2 BEDROOM unfurnished apt. less than a mile from
the diag on AATA bus line. $310.00 a month includes
heat, water, parking and utility room with separate
storage lockers and laundry facilities. 662-7787.
eCtc
FEMALE GRAD/PROFESSIONAL wanted to share
2 bedroom off-campus apartment, $120 a month. Call
971-4951 evenings. 94C1004
CAMPUS/DOWNTOWN Four bedroom house. $650
plus utilities. 663-7782 evenings, 996-3008 workdays.
29C1009
BROADVIEW APTS.!
Deluxe I & 2 bedroom units, including heat, from $320
North Campus, off Bradway. Accepting applications
tor fall termor immediate occupancy. 769-2256 cCtc
Sans Souci
Across from U of M Stadium
Short term leases
Only $100 security deposit is needed on these. 1 or 2
bedroom furnished or unfurnished apartments with
heat and water included. From $320. 3 minutes walk
to U of M bus service. Call 434-0561 for information.
cCtc

CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING RATES
Applicable to all advertisements ordered on a words per day basis.
Words Days
1 2 3 4 5 extra*
0-14 1.85 3.70 5.55 675 7.95 1.00
15-21 275 5.55 8.30 10.10 11.90 1.60
22-28 3.70 7.40 11.10 13.50 15.90 2.20
29-35 4.60 925 1390 16.90 1990 2.80
36-42 5.55 11.10 16.65 2025 2385 3.40.
43-49 6 45 1 2 95 1 940 23.60 27.80 4 00
*For each extra day after the first five.
DEADLINES
Tues - Sat issues...........1 2 noon one day prior to publication
Sunday issue............................... 5 p.m. Friday
ADVERTISING POLICY
Each group of characters counts as one word Hyphenated words over
five characters count as two words (this includes telephone numbers).
Seven words equal one line.
Advertisements may be removed from publication. For ads which
required prepayment, there will be no refunds. All other ads will be billed
according to the original number of days ordered.
"Help Wanted" ads cannot discriminate, to any extent, on the basis of
sex, race or creed ( "preferably" is still discriminatory).

UJ. ) NIG. .Experience necessary. Appay
Smuggler's Inn, 3150 Boardwalk. 04H1004
ELECTRONIC technicians wanted part time. Call
761-7833. 23H1006
ECONOMIC CRISIS? Tired of worrying about loans
and rising costs? Part time work with flexible hrs.
Contact D.K. Enterprises. 994-4309. 24H1007
EXPERIENCED jazz bassist familiar with standar-
ds as well as rock type jazz for working guitar trio.
Call Howard 668-6563 or Joe 482-1321. 25H1008
WANTED: Band for West Quad CHRISTMAS Ball.
Call Wendy764-3894. 30H1008

PLYMOUTH VOLARE, '77. Power steering, brakes,
windows, locks. $2500/best offer. Evenings, 971-7595.
ION1004
Looking for a car, James Canto? Come down to the
Daily office, instead, and pick up your two free
tickets to the State Theatre, you can probably even
walk there. dN1004
'72 PLYMOUTH SATELLITE. Very good condition,
good tires, 318 cubic inches. $590.668-0412. 97N1004
I WANT YOUR CAR! Looking for cheap reliable
transportation. Leave mess6ge. 668-0412. 91N1018
'74 GREMLIN, very good condition, excellent gas
mileage, good tires, 70,000 miles. $750. 484-3672.

EARN F TRA DOLLARS in spare time. Sell Am-
way products or sponsor sales person. Call Keith,
665-0864. 54J1009

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THE PROFESSIONAL TYPE: Term papers, theses,
dissertations, resumes. Sandee 973-0375 or 485-8584.

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CHILD CARE counselor position in small residential
treatment home in Livonia with excellent training.
Opportunities for working with severely emotionally
impaired boys ages 8-12. Must have had prior ex-
perience working with disturbed boys. Call 474-4700,
ask for Carmine. 4401*7

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IMPROVE YOUR GRADES! Research catalog
-306 pages-10,278 topics.
-Rush $1.00. Box 25097C
Los Angeles, 90025. (213) 477-8226
54J1017
RESUMES
Offset printed, typed or typeset. Call 485-4550 or drop
in at The Print and Copy Center, 1775 Washtenaw, 1
mile east of Cleary College. 07J1013
ALL OF YOUR portrait needs-seniors, bridals,
couples, etc. By trained, experienced photographer.
Klinger's Portrait Studio, call 662-2359. 36J1007
DISSERTATIONS: Substantive revision, copy-
editing. Book and article MS editing, proofreading.
Professional. 663-3461. 41J1106
WRITE ON...

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NEEDED-8 tickets Michigan-Iowa game. Between
20 yard lines. All seats must be in pairs. Ideally a
single group of 8. Call 1-800-482-3906. 00Q1001
Tickets, tickets, tickets! Two of 'em, free of cost, foe
the State Theater, at the Michigan Daily office, for
our buddy Stella Sung. dQlOO4
STUDENTS GET CASH NOW FOR YOUR FOOT-
BALL TICKETS-SEASON/INDIVIDUAL. KEVIN
996-5529. 15Q1007
$$ FOOTBALL TICKETS $$
BUY OR SELL FOR ANY UM HOME GAMES.
994-0145
cQl120

" Creative, technical copy
" Rewriting
* Research
" Overnight typing, $1.00/page
996-0566

TICKET
lBrokerrs will'pay highest price for football tickets.
Call Clark at 662-8982, anytime. 41Q1016
NEED TWO TICKETS to Michigan-Ohio State foot-
cJtc ball game. Send phone number and price toBoyd
c~c Wilson, 326 Jennie Dr., Gahanna, Ohio 43230. 01Q1004

JERUSALEM: a Multi-Media, Presentation spon-
sored byUnion of Students for Israel, will be showing
in the UGLI Multi-Purpose Room. Take a break from
your studies for a half hour, free show! Sunday, Oct.
4 at 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9p.m. cFlOO4
Susan Porter: BINGO! You have two free tickets to
the State Theater waiting for you at The Michigan
Daily office: dF1004
DELICIOUS Kosher Deli Dinner at Hillel, this and
every Sunday at 6:00 pm at 1429 Hill St. cF1004
Mister Steven Fuller, Esquire. You have two free
tickets to the State Theater to pick up at the Daily.
Hot diggity dog! dF1004

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BIG ENOUGH for everything you need from a
drugstore, small enough to remember you. The
Village Apothecary. 1112 S. University. ci'tc
If you are gay, or think you might be, and are mile,
and would like to talk with itales like yourself in'"a
group led by trained gay facilitators, please call 763-
4186 or 662-1977 (weekdays 9-9). 98F1013
YOM KIPPUR (with Hillel): reform (at Hillel)
Wed., at 7 pm, Thurs. at10 am, 5:15om; Conserv. (at
Power Center) Wed at 6:40 pm, Thurs. at 9 am, 5:30
pm; Orth (at Hillel) Wed. at 6:30 pm, Thurs at 9 am,
5:30 pm. cF1007
BEGINNING OCT. 5: Dance for fitness club meets
Monday and Thursday 7-8 p.m. at CCRB.
$30/semester. Call Jesse 995-2972 for information.
21F1004

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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
fr1981 Los Angeles Times Syndicate

ACROSS
1 A-one
6 Wall St.
commodity
9 Conducting rod
14 Norwegian PM.
Gerhardsen
15 "Sea of

16
17

troubles"
Redolence
Abstruse doctrine

62 Like a grounded
boat
63 Leaves in the
lurch
64 African natives
65 Spontaneous
spasm
66 Dogma
67 Fatuous ones
68 Inhabitant: Suffix
69 Blood: Prefix
DOWN
1 Chick's chirp
2 Pedro's
laughter
3 Come-
stayout
4 Nickname,
masculine or

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24 Mails

19 Pasternak
20 Fall out
22 Japanese name
23 College Adm.
24 Model's
attitude
27 Weigh the pros
and cons
34 Kind of patient
35 Concerning
36 Pianist
Rubinstein

37
39
41
42
43
45
46
49
50
51
53
17
14i
17T

Jazz step
Student's solution
- Dame
Selected suit
Work -
Type of curve
Provokes
Mars' Greek
counterpart
Slangy sentence
Lead-offs: Abbr.
Bear ill will

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6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
18
21

feminine
Put up
Dog-paddle
Medic's locale
Commentary
Pianist's
choice
Lined up
Architectural
moldings
Leave undone
American
humorist
Fleeces
Tchrs. group

25 Unconventional
26 Resolute
28 - adeal
29 "If a woodchuck
- chuck..."
30 Mountain: Prefix
31 Absolute
32 Nightingale, e.g.
33 Kind of circle
35 Equipment
38 Units of meas.
40 Like Mary Quant
44 Gal Fridays:
Abbr.
47 Reckoning
48 Seaport of
Portugal
49 "... as chaste as
ice, - as
snow...
52 Bowwow
53 Bean, south of
the border
54 "Woe is me"
55 Bordeaux and
Burgundy
56 Famous family
of Ferrara
57 Night, in Nice
58 Noun ending
59 Agenda unit
60 Fugue finale
61 Half-hitch or
carrick bend
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MAKE LOVE - NOT WAR!
(It's food for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cf1212
gay it with BALLOONS. Helium filled bouquets
delivered. U of M party decorating. 995-1972. cF1212
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK, 769-0560
1217 S. University
cF1212
CHEAP COPIES!
Highest Quality! Fastest Service! Accu-Copy, 402
Maynard, 769-8338. cF1212
J of A' (Jewish Jogge 4noArtbr)r4heetat Hillel
for the firsth un iea4s00am. Sunday,
Oc.4. Brunch foI ' -cF00
Are your
cupboards
cramped?
L/
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TALENTED INDIVIDUALS WITH EXCELLENT
educational backgrounds in the following areas are
needed for employment. Totally flexible working
hours with perhaps one group meeting a week in
Detroit. Compensation negotiable. 20-30 hours a
week, commitment to work for next 2-3 years. Work
involves library research and writing. Areas needed
are Amer. History; B.A. min; History of Sci, BA.,
Min, knowledge of HARD" Sciences prefereed, Eng.
Lit. or Creative writing, clear expository skills
required. Need not be currently enrolled in a grad
program to apply. To inquire, call 1-995-2652
evenings & weekends & 1-963-8080 days. Ask for Mr.
Calhoun. 45H1007
DOORMAN to check I.D.s for lounge and control
crowd legals. Apply Smuggler's Inn, 3150 Boar-
dwalk. 05H1004
DISHWASHER. Part-time, evenings. Apply at
Smuggler's Inn. 3150 Boardwalk. 06H1004
PROGRAMMERS NEEDED, part-time. Send
,'resume to Intellicomp Inc., P.O. box 8311 Ann Arbor,
48107 or call 761-7755 for an appointment. 49H1011
ENTERTAINERS to perform brief, occasional
variety routines for special functions. ANNOUNCE-
IT-ALL 665-7755. 85H1004

TYPING, PROFESSIONAL, ALL TYPES
Call Noelle anytime, 971-2364
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Two instant color passport pictures. Only $5.60 by
Photo Dobos. 407 E. Williams Street. cJ1212

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L rg ullyfurnished apartment for rent. $190 uper
month. Two female roommates, Albert Terrace. For
details, call Lisa, 995-4488. 33L1008
MUSICA L MDSE.,
RA D SR EPA IRS
STEREO AND T.V. Repair done at your own con-
venience. 663-8393. Very reasonable prices. 81X1008
STEREO-Polk Audio, Nakamichi cassette deck,
Maxell tapes, Audionics amp, pre-amp, Yamaha
receiver, Kef speakers, B.O. Olufsen turntable. 662-
7366. 55X1011

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$$ FOOTBALL TICKETS"$
Buy or sell for any UM Home Games. 994-0145.
cQil20
CASH FOR U OF M FOOTBALL TICKETS $$ Call
wee' ends or after 7:00 p.m. 994-9353. cQtc
Don't wait for a little birdie to tell
You. SUBSCRIBE TO
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