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Page 6-Sunday, October 11, 1981-The Michigan Dolly

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.

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LOST, a red book bag at the U-Club during Wed's.
laugh track. Notes and car keys are impor-
tant-REWARD. 763-793. 01A1011
LOST:Fri., Sept.25, near State St. area. Lady's gold
watch with gold clasp band. Call Betty, 753,3311.
90Ala1l
JONATHAN FISHBANE come down to the Daily and
pick up your two free tickets to the movies at the
State Theatre. dA1011
REWARD OFFERED for eyeglasses lost in red case
aroundSta Street area. 761-7572. 13A1018
ONE WAY AIRLINE TICKET Oct..19 from Detroit
Metro to SACRAMENTO (San Francisco). Female
Traveler. $175. (616) 721-9824. 02B1013
MOVING SALE-typewriters, file shelf, tables,
chairs, office equipment, etc. 7614146 a.m., 971-2809.
p.m. 78B1011
PHILLIPS 685 turntable. New cartridge $120. Water
bed, mattress and heater. $35.665-8761. 84B1011
HONDA-Accord '79 air, am/fm, clean interior. 769-
2044.6 pm-11pm. 7991011
BARGAINt stereo/receiver with 8-track player and
speakers for sale. Good condition. $90 or best offer.
Canl 764.9864. d91009

ROOMS AVAILABLE in 4 bedroom house. Share 2
baths, kitchen, living room. 663-7782, evenings.
00C1017
FOR RENT: Single room in home with five other
women on Walnut nearS. University. 996771.
96C1016
I BEDROOM furnished apt., available Dec-Aug for 2
modern on campus, covered parking, laundry
facilities, air conditioned, pool storage, $380/month
includes heat and water. Call 996-0595. 99C1015
LARGE, furnished 1 bedroom apartment with
balcony, near Central Campus. $340/month. Oct.
FREE! 995-5884or763-5877. 48C1016
ERIC'S FACTORY CLOSEOUTS. Winter vests and
jackets. 30-60% off. 406 E. Liberty. 2 blocks off State.
cF1212
BROADVIEW APTS.!
Deluxe I & 2 bedroom units, including heat, from $320
North Campus, off Bradway. Accepting applications
?or fall term or immediate occupancy. 769-2256 cCtc
2 BEDROOM furnished apt. 4 blocks to Rackham
Bldg. New carpet, parking. 662-7787. cCtc
AFFORDABLE!
Spacious, fully furnished, modern 1 and 2 bedroom
apartments, bi-level or with patios. Also available,
rooms, 3 and 4 bedroom, furnished apartments in
quiet older, home. Enjoy campus convenience. All
rents reduced! Call today for showing.
REAL INVEST CORP.
996-5929
71C1017
Parking spaces for rent. 406 Packqrd. Close to cam-
pus. $280/12 months. 61C1020
FURNISHED and utilities. Near campus. 1 bedroom
$250.2 bedroom $375. 994-22178 to 5, 483-7293 after 6.
63C1013
FURNISHED TWO BEDROOM apartment for rent.
Campus area. Call 668-6890. Immediate occupancy.
95C1020
TWO ROOM SUITE in house near Packard and
Platt. T '~nenle *O IM 0W W T RVI .

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 6.75 7.95 1.00
15-21 2.75 5.55 8.30 10.10 11.90 1.60
22-28 370 7.40 11.10 13.50 15.90 2.20
29-35 4.60 9.25 13.90 1690' 19.90 2.80
36-42 5.55 11.10 16.65 20.25 23.85 3.40
43-49 6.45 12.95 19.40 2360 27.80 4.00
'For each extra day after the first five.
DEADLINES
Tues. - Sat. issues...........12 noon one day prior to publication
Sunday issue................................ 5p.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).

RESUMES ABSOLUTE tops dollar paid for U of M football
Offset printed, typed or typeset. Call 485-4550 or drop tickets. 973-4327. eQl121
in at The Print and Copy Center, 1775 Washtenaw, 1
mile east of Cleary College. 07J1013 0 A Q U

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WRITE ON...
" Creative, technical copy
" Rewriting
" Research
* Overnight typing, $1.00/page
996-0566
cJtc
TYPING AND EDITING-All subjects. Disser-
tations, perfectionists. IBM Selectric II. $.99/page.
663-3461. dJllO6
THE PROFESSIONAL TYPE: Term papers, theses,
dissertations, resumes. Sandee 973-0375 or 485-8584.
cJtc
IMPROVE YOUR GRADES! Research catalog
-306 pages-10,278 topics.
-Rush $1.00. Box 25097C
Los Angeles, 90025. (213) 477-8226
54.11017
TYPING, PROFESSIONAL, ALL TYPES
Call Noelle anytime, 971-2364
_ CA*-

FOR U.M.-O.S.U4
TICKETS
CALL 973-6328
cQ11a1
$$ FOOTBALL TICKETS $$
BUY OR SELL FORIANY UM HOME GAMES.
994-0145 ' r1

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BRETT SELLERS come down to the Daily and pick
up your free tickets to the movies at State Theatre.'
- dQl0l1
FOR SALE: ROLLING STONES TICKETS. Nov. 30.
Call 429-1142. 14Q1018
CASH FOR U OF M FOOTBALL TICKETS $$ Call
wegrndor after7:00 p.m.,994-9353. .Qt(
ABSOLUTE TOP DOLLAR paid for U of M FOO'-!
BALL tickets. Call 973-6327. cQ1121

Typing and Editing-All subjects. Dissertations,
perfectionists. IBM Selectric II. $.99/page. 663-3461.
dJI 106
WREO PRODUCTIONS-Versatile'music, enter-
tainment services. Experienced D.J.s, advanced
light display. 487-3869. Rich. 91J1022
Two instant color passport pictures. Only $5.60 by
Photo Dobos. 407 E. Williams Street. 2
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STUDENT WANTED to drive car to Los Angeles
area in late October. Gas allowance. Call Jeff, 762-
3234 during office hours. 89P1014

STUDENTS GET CASH NOW FOR YOUR -
FOOTBALL TICKETS
-SEASON/INDIVIDUAL.
KEVIN 996-5529
88Q1022
MICH.-O.S.U. TICKETS NEEDED FOR LARGE
GROUP IN OHIO. WILL PAY $70/pair. 1-614-41-

OWN ROOM in 4 bedroom house on Packard near
State. Shared living room, kitchen and laundry
facilities. $200/month includes room, board, and
utilities. 996-1440. 70C1014
CAMPUS
FROM $250
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
EAST QUAD lease for sale. W male double. Call764-
4601. 15CIO16
LOFT SPACE-GREAT LOCATION. Share with 3
non-smokers.$120. 996-5759, 769-1938. 17C1014
LARGE ROOM for rent. Excellent location. Kitchen
privileges. Female. Call 996-9263 evenings. 68C1013
FEMALE HOUSEMATE WANTED. Own room in 3
bedroom house near campus. Working woman or
grad student preferred. Semi-furnished, $150 per
month. Call Janie, 764-8420,8-5 83C1014
ATI'RACTIVE, large room in co-ed house, near U of
M central campus and hospital.663-3129. 56C1011
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE

S nT -ro audio, Naxamicm cassete aeck,
Maxelltapes, Audionics amp, pre-amp, Yamaha
receiver, lief speakers, B.O. Olufsen turntable. 662-
7366. 55X1411

ROOM AND BOARD in friendly, economical student
cooperatives. North central campus. Shared meals,
chores. Call ICC, 662-4414, 4002 Michigan Union.
Cate
EAT WELL among friends: Join the Student Co-op
Meal Plan. ICC, 4002 Michigan Union, 662-4414.

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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
ef1212
BUILD A SUKKAH-Meekreh will build one in the
Markley North Courtyard at 1:00 p.m., Hillel will
build (at Hillel) at 4:00 p.m., both on Sunday, Oct.11.
Join us! cF1011
THE AWACS ARE COMING! Rally against the
proposed sale at noon on the Diag on Thurs., Oct. 15.
Sponsored by Union of Students for Israel. cF1015
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).
98F1013
EXPESSIVE MOVEMENT/IMPROVISATIONAL
DANCE WORKSHOP. Saturday, Oct. 17, 2-9 p.m.
Novices welcome. $20. Margaret and Bob Blood. 769-
0046. cF1018

JOHN-Pick up some German wine, on special at the
Village Apothecary this week-Gloria. . cFtc
HELP NEW STUDENTS OR THEIR PARENTS:
Be a summer Orientation leader. Applications
available in 2530 S.A.B. until November 6 or call 764-
6290 for more information. 37F1027
NEVER BUY ANOTHER MUFFLER! Our lifetime
guarantee is good across America. Call 769-5913 for
Ann Arbor Muffler's best price over the phone. Only
2 miles from campus. cFtc
SUAZNNE MILAD you have won two free tickets to
the movies at State Theatre. Come down to the Daily
and pick them up. dF1011
NICE MAN! Responsible Doctor, single, 5'11", age
29, 165 lbs., desires to meet unmarried and unat-
tached sincere girl, age 21-30, who is interested in a
one woman man. Your looks, education, religion and
past are unimportant. Honesty, truthfulness and
loyalty are of utmost importance. I'm White, in-
telligent and informed, neat dresser, clean, nice-
looking, affectionate, refined, generous, modern and
up-to-date in every respect. I'm interested in a
meaningful and lasting relationship. Marriage
desired. I have a lot to offer and share with some
"sweet" girl out there somewhere, and so do you
with me. Write regardless of where you live. This is
the real thing. Write box no. 9, C/O Michigan Daily,
420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, MI 48109. 97F1015
say it with BALLOONS. Helium filled bouquets
delivered. U of M party decorating. 995-1972. cF1212
JEWISH GRADS-APPLE PICKING!! ! Our Second
Annual Trip to the farms. Meet Sunday, Oct. 11 at
10:30 a.m. at Hillel, 1429 Hill St., to carpool. Bring
sack lunches, and please drive if you have a car.
cF1011
'CHEAP COPIES!
Highest Quality! Fastest Service! Accu-Copy, 402
Maynard, 769-8338. cF1212
OFFSET AND XEROX.
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK, 769-0560
1217 S. University
cF1212

NEED TERM PAPER ASSISTANCE? Tutoring and
help with literature searches, documentation, infor-
mation planning and writing. Phil Lipson, ML.S. has
had 10 years experience in research and librarian-
ship. Wide interest in the humanities, qualified
medical librarian. Call 761-1446 persistently. 07J1016
STEVE DEBRINCAT come down to the Daily and
pick up your two free tickets to the movies at State
Theatre. dH101
HELP WANTED: I need two representatives for my
company in Washtenaw County. Dependable tran-
sportation needed. Complete training provided for by
company. Must be available for work by October
26th. For more information,, call 1-517-394-7172 on
Wed., October 14, from 9:30 am to 6:00 pm. 04H1013
TYPESETTING: for input to computer typesetter.
Day work for experienced keyboard operator.
Knowledge of code commands for wide variety of
advertising and commercial trade. Plant work help-
ful. Send replies to: Box No. 6, Michigan Daily, 420
Maynard, Ann Arbor, MI 48104 69H1013
PIZZA DELIVERY DRIVERS
Must be 18, No tickets on record in past 3 yars; No
car necessary. 1 or 2 nights per week. Apply in per-
son only after 4:30 p.m. Omega Pizza. 101
Washtenaw Place, across from Couzens Hall.64H1014
IMMEDIATE OPENING for experienced typist with
bookkeeping and general office skills. Call 995-4001.
77H1011
PROGRAMMERS NEEDED, part-time. Send
resume to Intellicomp Inc., P.O. box 8311 Ann Arbor,
48107 or call 761-7755 for an appointment. 49H1011
DISSERTATIONS AND SCHOLARLY WORKS a
specialty; typing; editing; bibliography by Printer-

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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe

This year's dress
quartz watch is
ultra thin with superb
accuracy.
Perfect timing for
the
perfect gift.

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ACROSS
1 End-of-theseason
event
5 Piglet
10 Poet's time of day
14 Of great
Importance
15 "La plume de
ma -"
16 Succulent plant
17 Phony physicist
20 - cents a
dance"
21 Meaningless
repetition
22 Ships' calls
23 Beauty mark
24 Haven
26 Non-conformists
29 First and-
33 Meaningless
34 Word with
back or
foot
35 State
36 Boat part
37 Sing joyfully
38 Ocean motion

@I9Ios Angeles Times Syndic
44 Culinarians,
at times
45 "- is more"
46 Swell folks
47 Slav
50 Surrealist
51 "- transit
gloria mundi"
54 Certain code of
ethics
58 Oh dear!
59 Employs
60 Region
61 Soccer star
62 That is: Lat.
63 Parts of cups

18 Amusing, to a
Parisian
19 See 2 Down
23 Slip of a kind
24 French landscape
painter
25 City on the Oka
26 Fissures
27 Make into law
28 Sew
29 Kind of play'
30 Meadow denizen
31 Religious celebra-
tion
32 Lock
34 Entices
37 Money men, for

NEED CASH? We buy used photographic equip-
ment. For more information call 665-6101. Purchase
Camera Shop. eD1212
PARENT'S HELPER to be with and cook for three
older children, two or three days a week, 4-7 pm.
Burns Park, 995-0541. 11H1016
MEAT STORE needs counter help. Applications
available 1512 Maple Road. 995-5885. 06H1016
TRANSPORT TION
BUS TO NYC THANKSGIVING. Only $85 ROUN-
DTRIP. Airlines are booked so call 761-6511. 67G1014
COMMUTER needed leaving A' 7:00, to Detroit Nor-
thwest, returning 4:30-5.994-5503. 75G1016
Subscribe to
The Michigan Daily

I WANT YOUR CAR! Looking for cheap reliable
transportation. Leave message. 668-0412. 91N1018
STAY ON TOP OF
THE NEWS .
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Calendar abbr.
Part of a church
Attachment
Old French coin
Milking aids
W ste's
=opanion
Story beginning
Tribesman
Golf
accessory
School course
Mixture
Promising
Traps in a way

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Ape
Apollo's mother
Take off the rolls
Symbols of
access
Fellow
Upset
Birthstone
Challenge
Garment
Entry
Abbr. for Dickens
Greek letter
Get - of
Paddle
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CREATIONISM AND EVOLUIION-The Rel issues
MONDAY 7:30 pm: Ecumenical Campus Center, 921 Church Street -Speaker
TUESDAY 9:30 a.m.: Discussion with the Speaker - Michigan Union (1st fir)
(Coffee and Doughnuts will be provided)
N. PATRICK MURRAY, B.A., Baylor in History; M. Div., Southern Baptist
Theological Seminary: Ph.D., Duke University
Pat Murray was an Assistant Coordinator of Religious Affairs at
the Univ. of Michigan 1962-1966, and was Professor of Philosophy
at the University of Central Arkansas 1966-1976. He was ordained
an Episcopal Priest in 1978 and is currently Rector of All Sanits'
Episcopal Church, Russelville, Ark. Together with Neal Buffaloe,
Professor of Biology, he has written a booklet with the above title
to assist in the discussion of the issue in Ark.

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