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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 MidnightMovie of your choice will be
resented you, courtesy of The Michigan
oily Classified Department.

CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING RATES
Applicable to all advertisements ordered on a words per day basis.

Words
0-14
15-21
22-28
29-35
36-42
43-49

Days

1

1 85
2.75
3 70
4.60
5.55
645

2
3 70
555
7 40
9.25-
11.10
12.95

3
5.55
8.30
11.10
13.90
16.65
19.40

4
6.75
10.10
13.50
16.90
20.25
23.60

5 extra* I

Two instant color passport pictures. Only $5.60 by
Photo Dobos. 407 E. Williams Street. cJ1212
TEST SUCCESS SEMINARS-Hypnotherapy for
test success. Terri White RN, MS, Hypnotherapist.
Michigan Leaague Libreary. Either Nov. 16, Dec. 2,
7, or 14th. 7:00-8:30 pm. Fee $18. Call 668-8843. 97J1115
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
PROFESSIONAL RESEARCH & WRITING: Send $2
for catalog of 13,000 topics. Authors' Research, Suite
600-A, 407 S. Dearborn, Chicago, IL 60605. (312) 122-
0300. 12J111

7.95
11.90
15.90
19.90
23.85
27.80

1.00
1.60
2.20
2:80
3.40
4.00

TICKETS
DESPERATELY NEEDED: 4 Tickets, to the O.S.U.-
UM. game. Price negotiable. Catherine, 665-7821.
82QI111.
CASH
FOR U.M.-O.S.U.
TICKETS
CALL 973-6328
cQ1121
Desperately need 2 or 4 Ohio State football tickets.
Call 662-8982 evenings. 95Q1119
TICKET BROKERS buy and sell tickets, highest
price paid. Call Clark at 662-8982. 000Q1120
STUDENTS GET CASH NOW FOR YOUR IN-
DIVIDUAL TICKETS-SEASON/INDIVIDUAL
KEVIN 996-5529. 39Q1105
NEED 8 Ohio State Tickets for family and friends;
callJohn764-8928Thankyou. - 33Q11I5
CASH FOR U OF M FOOTBALL TICKETS $$. Call
weekends or after 7:00 D m. 99-9353. cQtc

THORENS 125 MKII Turntable with sonus blue car-
tridge. Call 769-4560 or 769-1147. 77B1108
ROLLING STONES Tickets and stereo receiver w/
am-fm, 8-track, cassette, turntable. Call Dan, 764-
1844. 48B1110
COMPUTER TERMINAL (CRT) w/modem. $800.
Daytime 769-6800 Ext. 6364. After 51-942-0244.46B1105
A$TIFICIAL MARIJUANA PLANTS. Regular $20.
Tidple $50. Maryjane Enterprises, Box 49455 Austin,
TX..78765. 70B1107

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

For each extra day after the first five.
DEADLINES

Tues. - Sat. issues ....,.. .
Sunday issue.... .. .. .

. 1 2 noon one day prior to
..5

publication
p.m.' Friday

ARTIS'S LOFT. Campus area-not a living quar-
ters. 662-0884 or 429-2463 (eves). 84C1110
CAMPUS AREA. Completely furnished effidiency.
All utilities included except electric. Laundry.
Available January. $240. Call 662-9645. 73C1110
CAMPUS
fiN/MO.
REERENT
'TIL NOV. 1, '81
The finest furnished efficiency left on campus.
Stop by or phone Dahlmann Apartments, 543 Church,
Days 761-7600, Eves, 665-2664. cC1212
2 BEDROOM furnished apt. 4 blocks to Rackham.
Bldg. New carpet, parking. 662-7787. cCtc
CAMPUS/DOWNTOWN-share four bedroom
house, utilities included. 996-3008 workdays, 663-7782
evenings. 08C1106
LARGE ROOM FOR RENT. Excellent location. Kit-
chen privileges. Call EVENINGS, 996-9263. 60C1105
ONE BEDROOM, furnished apartment, 4 minutes to
Diag. Large, modern living room. 761-6773 eves.
51CI104
AFFORDABLE Spacious one, two, three and four
.bJedroom furnished apartments with campus con-
.'venience. 1i-level or with patios. In modern
".buildings or in quiet older home.-All rents drastically
seduced. REAL-INVEST CORP. 996-5929. 74C1117
.ROOMMATE NEEDED. Clean three bedroom house
gear campus. Washer/Dryer. Fully furnished. Cable
S $200, negotiable. Call 995-2121. 75C1107
-GRAD STUDENT desires roommate to share living
expenses in two bedroom house in Livonia, call
q -aren, 425-9426 . 76C1108
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ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
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"OPERATION THUNDERBOLT"-a FREE movie
sponsored by Meekreh and E.Q., showing at 9:00
p.m., tonight in E.Q. Room 126. cF1104
HELEN-The thousandth ship sank. See Village
Apothecary cosmetician for help-Paris. cFtc
SHABBAT AT HILLEL, Fri., Nov. 6: Orth. at 5:00,
Cons. at 5:15, Dinner at 6:30 (reserve by Fri. noon.)
cF1106
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
A GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP for students facing the
recent or impending death of someone significant
will meet tonight and on alternating Wednesdays
through the semester. Drop in. 7:00-8:30 p.m. 502
East Huron St., near State (across from Telephone
Store and Campus Inn.) Information: 663-9376 or 994-
1317. 88F1104
DAVID SHARE you sure got your share of good luck
today by winning two free tickets to the State
Theater. Come down to the Daily and get them and
then share the fun with someone special; dF1104
PERSONAL LIVES-As ambulances race to the ac-
cident Phyllis confronts Keith, but is afraid to tell
him the truth. He tells her that she has failed her
Psych. midterm and has to see the Dean. dF1104
ISOLATION TANK OFFERS FANTASTIC VOYAGE
Floating effortlessly in a 10 inch epson) water
solution without lights and sound. Alone wih one's
thoughts and fantasies. The tank is designed to
alleviate fears of drowning and claustrophobia. The
unlocked door is light and opens with ease from the
inside or may be left open. You can use the tank to
eliminate stress, solve problems, contact the
creative mind. You can enjoy the pleasure of peace
and relaxation. Tank rental $10/hr. for students. For
reservations call 434-7445. cFtc
MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR!
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond.
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cF1212
DREAMS' WEEKEND WORKSHOP. Nov. 13-15. A
chance to discover the meaning of your own dreams
through Gestalt and Senior dream work. $35
registration plus ability to pay fee. For details, phone
Bob and Margaret Blood, 769-0046. cF1112
SOPRANOS!
Need a showcase for your talent? Well we need you!
The U-M Women's Glee Club. Call 665-7408-Mrs.
Edwards or 995-1061-Joanne. 44F1105
ERIC'S FACTORY CLOSEOUTS. Winter Vests and
jackets 30-60% off. 406 E. Liberty, 2 blocks off State.
cF10tc

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).

Alternative Art Workshops
Printmaking Workshop. 4 weeks. Nov. 4-25. Meets
once a week for 2 hours 7-9. Framing Workshop 4
week session starting Nov. 2. Meets once a week 7-9.
No experience necessary. For more information call
Rita at the University Artists and Craftsmen's Guild.
763-4430. 38M1105
THE DESTRUCTION of the Student Community in
Ann Arbor by Robert Honigman. Available at
Ulrich's, Follett's and Community News Center.
cMtc
LAURIE WYNGARD you have won two free tickets
to the State Theater. Come and get em at the Daily.
dM1104
The destruction of the Student Community in Ann
Arbor by Robert Honigman. Available at Ulrich's,
Follett's and Community News Center. CMtc

MAIA RANCONT. Mama Maia you have wonna two'
free tickets to the State Theater. Come and get them
at the Daily. . dU104

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ISRAELI ARCHEOLOGIST, Trude Dothan, will
speak on "The Exodus and the Israelite Settlement WRITE ON...
in Light on New Discoveries," 8:00pm at Hillel, 1429 " Creative, technical copy
Hill St. on Thursday, Nov. 5. (co-sponsor: Studies in * Rewriting
Religion). cF1105 * Research
" Overnight typing, $1.00/page
OFFSET AND XEROX 996-0566

ABSOLUTE TOP DOLLAR paid for U of M FOOT-
BALL tickets. Call 973-6327. cQ1121
$$ FOOTBALL TICKETS $$
BUY OR SELL FOR ANY UM HOME GAMES
994-0145
cQ1120

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560 JOHN LAND, editor. Six years' experience
S academic publishing. Papers, theses, dissertations.'
Proportional electronic typing, infinite storage.
cF1212 References; portfolio 663-3461. 62J1120

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Say it with BALLOONS. Helium filled bouquets
delivered. U of M party decorating. 995-1972. cF1212
CHEAP COPIES!
Highest Quality! Fastest Service! Accu-Copy; 402
Maynard. 769-8338. cF1212

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

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE

Edited by

Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
-C 1981 Los Angeles Times Syndicate

GREAT OPPORTUNITY! Volunteers needed for
women's intercollegiate basketball games. Positions
available are score keeper, announcer, clock
worker, & statisticians. Call 763-5668. 52H1106
TUTOR IN ARABIC NEEDED. Please call 761-1469
between 1and 2 pm or after 12 pm. 47H1104
HELP WANTED. National company needs local
student' representative. Sales experience helpful.
Must be hardworking, outgoing. Excellent earnings.
Write Student Educational Services, Box 6011,
Helena MT 59604. 78H1104
YES, Peter Newton, you too have won two free
tickets to the Stats Theater so come down to the
Daily and get them. dH1104
CAMPUS REPS NEEDED FOR MARKETING
PROJECT FOR NAT'L COMPANY-NO
SELLING-GOOD PAY. CALL Jim, 764-1708.
83H1108
BELL'S PIZZA, Responsible help wanted, inside or
delivery, day or night shift. 700 Packard, corner of
State. 39H1104
YOUR STUDENT BOOKSTORE is now taking ap-
plications for Winter Book Rush. Temporary jobs in
December and January, $3.59/hr. December jobs are
full-time and require work between the holidays.
University Cellar in the Michigan Union. 25H1107
WANTED-experienced fortran programmer to par-
ticipate in development of an image processing
system on VAX. 20 hours/week. Rate neg. 764-5448.
79H1107
NEEDED-Elementary Latin tutor to teach on
Saturdays. Please call Kevin, 624-6575. 68H1105
WANTED-Someone to do research paper. Price
negotiable. Call 699-3052. 57H1104
, FOREIGN STUDENTS NEEDED
To participate in a communications study. $5.00 com-
pensation. For more information call Dr. Rita
Coleman, Institute for Social Research. 764-8382.
56H1112

PROFESSIONAL RESEARCH & WRITING: Send $2
for catalog of 13,000 topics. Authors' Research, Suite
600-A, 407 S. Dearborn, Chicago IL 60605. (312) 922-
0300. 12J1111
TERM PAPERS, resumes, dissertations. Quality
typing, reasonable rates, fast service. Maggie
Wayne, 973-7345. 87J1118
NEED BUDGET Christmas gift ideas? Call Avon
994-0180. 85J1108
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11 G.I.
14 Rest time
15 Super-
16 Indonesian
Islands
17 Errors' companion
18 The real thing
20 - of pocket
21 Breakfast order
23 Window feature
24 TV personality
25 Otherwise
28 Short beard
33 Canaveral action
35 River in Manchuria
36 Shoshonean
39 "My Old Kentucky
Home" situation
42 Newspaper items
43 Philippine sumac
44 Scold loudly
45 Win out
47 Medieval journey
48 Arab name
51 Use gentle per-
suasion
53 Like Sunday
clothes

58 Chum
61 Keep the show
running
62 Antiseptic
64 Carte or king
65 Soccer great
66 Some government
people
67 More, in Madrid
68 Irish
69 Slam, bang, crash
etc.
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2 Teacher
3 Words with step
or sleep
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5 - de tomate
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only...",
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8 Canal vehicle
9 Birds, to Brutus
10 Eastern kings
11 Garment piece
12 Imposter
13 Neglect, in law
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22 Profit

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Ending for cigar
Pilot: Abbr.
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Encourage
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Green stuff
Reference book
Disco word
Be listless
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Conger and elver
Linden, for one
Golf course
markers
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Women's 5-speed Raleigh Sprite. 26". $50 or best of-
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