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8 Tuesday, November 10, 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 MidnightMovie of your choice will be
resented you, courtesy of The Michigan
oily Classified Department.

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LING STONES Tickets and stereo recei
m, 8-track, cassette, turntable. Call Da
4
ELLENT DEAL: 1969 Gibson SG St
ar with case. Call 996-4056.f
ELLENT DEAL: 1969 Gibson SG St
ar-with case. Call 996-4056.
IRY BOONE come on down to the Daily a
our two free tickets to the State Theater.
NOW-Rolling Stone Tickets. 668-8203 aft
9

ver w/ ATTRACTIVE JEWISH WOMAN, with an energetic,
n, 764- captivating smile, nice figure and vivacious per-
I8B111o sonality wishes to meet Jewish man 27-33. I am
andard ocial, creative and sensitive. I enjoy conversation,
andard1 theater, dancing, swimming, music and picnics. I
9oB111i am friendly and fun and haven't had any trouble
andard meeting men but would like to meet an educated,
90B1111 well-adjusted, happy, achieving, cultured and
relatively good-looking Jewish man in this age
.nd pick group. Since we are both active people in our per-
dB1110 sonal and professional lives our paths may not cross
d~~o unless you answer this ad. I hope you will take this
er 6:00 opportunity, we may be two people who could enjoy
98B1110 one another. Respond Michigan Daily Box No. 23.
M 80F1110

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

1'L+ M FAEKSresumes,, dissertations. Quality
typing, reasonable rates, fast service. Maggie. Per-
sistently 973-7345. 87J1118
PROFESSIONAL RESEARCH & WRITING: Send $2
for catalog of 13,000 topics. Authors' Research, Suite
600-A, 407S. Dearborn, Chicago, IL 60605. (312) 922-
0300. 12J1111

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Days

1
1 85
2 75
3.70
4.60
5.55
6.45

2
3.70
5.55
7.40
9.25
11.10
12.95

3
5.55
8.30
11.10
13.90.
16.65
1940

4
6.75
10.1 0
13.50
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23.60

5 extra*

7.95
11 .90
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19.90
23.85
27.80

1.00
1.60
2.20
2.80
3.40
4.00

ON CAMUS, one room in house. Assume lease win-
ter term. $195/month. 995-1318. 99Lz 114

[ALE ROOMMATE needed. Spacious, quiet apar-
nent, near campus. Call 663-682. 19C1113
JHN GEORGE or is'it GEORGE JOHN? Pick up
our two free tickets to the State Theater at the
iaily. dUC1110
FFORDABLE Spacious one, two, three and four
droom furnished apartments with campus con-
nience. Bi-level or with patios. In modern
ildings or in quiet older home. All rents drastically
duced. REAL-INVEST CORP. 996-5929. 74C1117
RTIST'S LOFT. Campus area-not a living quar-.
rs.662-0884or429-2463 (eves). ' 84C1110
AMPUS AREA. Completely furnished efficiency.
1 utilities included except electric. Laundry.
railable January. $240. Call 662-9645'. . 73C1110
CAMPUS
$250/MO.
FREE RENT
'TIL NOV. 15, '81 ,
he finest modern furnished efficiency left on cam-
is. Stop by or phone Dahlmann Apartments, 543
hurch, Days 761-7600 Eves and weekends 665-2664.
cCtc
00 FOR ENTIRE bedroom. One now, another
nuary. Call Frank aftea,9 p.m.995-1112. 42C15
BEDROOM furnished apt. 4 blocks to Rackham
ldg. New carpet, parking.662-787. cCtc
NEW
Eouse singles less than 1 min. from campus. Im-
ediate occupancy. Call 665-8604. 18C1113
T. LAUDERDALE 1-2 week rentals. Beach Homes
ynamic Association.1-305-484-159, 5-7 pm EST.
9iC1111

DREAMS WEEKEND WORKSHOP. Nov. 13-15. A
chance to discover the meaning of your own dreams
through Gestalt and Senoi dream work. $35
registration plus ability to pay fee. For details, phone
Bob and Margaret Blood, 769-0046. cF1112
Say it with BALLOONS. Helium filled bouquets
delivered. U of M party decorating. 995-1972. cF1212
ERIC'S FACTORY CLOSEOUTS. Winter Vests and
jackets 30-60% off. 406 E. Liberty, 2 blocks off State.
cF10tc
MALE VOCALIST in search of band preferably
rock'n'roll. Contact Daily Box 5. 08F1113
FELAFEL with Meekreh! Take a study break at
10:00 pm on Wednesday, Nov. 11 in Markley Con-
course Lounge. cF1111
UNION OF STUDENTS FOR ISRAEL host a
talk/slide show with Armand Lauffer (Social Work)
on "Neighborhoods of Jerusalem," 8:00 pm, Thurs.,
Nov. 12, UGLI Multi-Purpose Room. cF1112
HEY SUE BEALE: Happy Birthday!!!!! Too bad
the Daily doesn't come out until Tuesday, but it's the
thought, right? Love, Susan. dF1110
PERSONAL LIVES-Having ruled out abortion,
Phyllis decides to spend more time at the library
where she meets Pre-Med student Warren Derrick.
Back at their loft, Keith and Brett whip up stir fried
veggies in the wok. dFill
DOUGLAS HACKETT two tickets to the State
Theater await you at the Daily. See you soon.

.For each extra day after the first five.

DEADLINES

Tues. - Sat. issues .........12 noon one day prior to
Sunday issue............................... 5

publication
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).

JANET KELLER, The Daily has two free tickets for
you to the State Theater. Pick them up soon.
dM1110
TICK ETS
DESPERATELY NEEDED: 4 Tickets, to the O.S.U.-
U.M. game. Price negotiable. Catherine, 665-7821.
82Q111
GINA LUTZ don't be a klutz! Come down to the Daily
and pick up your two free tickets to the State
Theater. dQ1110
TICKET BROKERS buy and, sell tickets, highest
price paid. Call Clark at 662-8982. 000Q1120
CASH
FOR U.M.-O.S.U.
TICKETS
CALL 973-6328
cQ1l2l
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
_____________cQll2O
NEED 8 Ohio State Tickets for family and friends;
call John 764-8928 Thank you. 33Q1115
NEED TWO PAIR Ohio State tickets! Call.Joe at 996-
0695 or (419) 382-3900. 11Q1113
BEFORE YOU SELL YOUR UM:OSU TICKETS,
call 994-9353-anytime-we pay cash. cQtc
DESPERATELY NEED 2 or 4 Ohio State football
tickets. Call 662-8982 evenings. 95Q1120
CASH FOR U OF M FOOTBALL TICKETS $$. Call
weekends or after 7:00 p.m. 994-9353. cQtc
T RA VEL
NEW YORK FROM $78
Round trip Thanksgiving and Christmas. Christmas
to Los Angeles $301. Great Places Travel, 208 E.
Washington,769-1796 13P1118
Join the Daily Business Staff

r r~ i r, UMATE NEDED Strting .Ran.
Ast. Albert Terrace Apartments. Geddes Rd. 761-
6422. ti06Y1111
Ifyou wo'T
Sre these
heal
.snualdn
of cancer...
You probablhave
the 8 f
1. Change in bowel or
bladder habits.
2. A sore that does not
heal.
3. Unusual bleeding or ,
discharge.
4. Thickening or lump .
in breast or elsewhere.
5 . Indigestion or diffi-
culty in swallowing.
8. Obvious change in
wart or mole.
7. Nagging cough or
hoarseness.
8. A fear of cancer that
can prevent you from
detecting cancer at an
early stage. A stage when
it is highly curable.
Everyone's afraid of r
cancer, but don't let it
scare you to death.
Support the.
March of Dimes
"ii~sI#TH SECTS FOtr~otcar,0t441;

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VOLUNTEER for Safehouse, shelter for battered
women and children. Get credit through
Outreach-attend Mass Meeting Nov. 13, 2:30-5:00:
Corner House. Call 995-5444 for more information.
69F1113
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. IcFtc
ABORTION INFO-Lifespan Resource Library. Call
769-062510-12 or 1-3 M-W-F. I cF0417
GUINIVERE-gave my blue shield to Village
Apothecary for a prescription-LANCELOT. CFtc
TO MY SISTERS IN
ALPHA EPSILON PHI
Thanks for -the BEST Birthday yet. I love you all!
Love always, Sue B. 17F1110

CHEAP COPIES!
Highest Quality! Fastest Service! Accu-Copy, 402
l Maynard, 769-8338. cFl212
NEED MODELS for FREE avante garde haircut on
Wednesday evenings. Prefer females. 663-9578.

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

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
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
JOHN LAND, editor. Six years' experience
academic publishing. Papers, theses, dissertations.
Proportional electronic typing, infinite storage.
References; portfolio 663-3461. 62J1120
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
TYPING-Experienced. Dissertation, thesis,
manuscript, business. Fast and reasonable. 662-9948.
cJ1212

MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR!
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151 -
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings

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

ANSWER TOl DAF.IOUlh

,F1212 SWAHILI. TUTORING-all levels. Call Omari, 995-
S PlZ77ZL . 2723.14F1114

SPASBAK ED THUDQ
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A E S M E MOS S T YE

OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK769-0560
1217 S. University F22
cF1212
LONELY CONVICT, down 7 years, desperately
needs correspondence from any females. Please
write: Evans No. 138870, P.O. Box E, Jackson, MI.
49204. 90F1112
OPEN MALE, 34, seeks still growing, mature
woman for friendship and possible relationship.
Reply Box No. 21,c/oMichigan Daily,,420 Maynard
St., Ann Arbor,MI 48109. 04F1110

OVERSEAS JOBS-Summer/year round. Europe, S.
America, Australia, Asia. All Fields. $500-;1200 mon-
thly. Sightseeing. Free info. Write IJC Box 52-MI,
Corona Del Mar, CA 92625. 93H1208
ZENITH ADVANCkD HEALTH SYSTEMS is
presently searching for progressive distributors to
share our advanced health systems to the public.
Write: ZENITH box 9103 Fort Wayne, Ind. 46899.
92H1112
e 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
MODELING. Women looking good in swimsuits
needed for local photographic promotion. Good pay,
flexibte hours. Minimum 5'2". Impact Services

AATA management
union' renew negoP

h r, ('*
t'.ti. .

By El.AINF RII)EOUT
After a week of inaction, AATA

as days off with pay, the
joint union-management

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe

. .

ACROSS
1 Lumpish mass
5 Unfreezes
10 Would-be junior

1981 Los Angeles Times Syndicate
48 Astronomer's
enigma
50 Oriental aborigine
51 Fermentation by-
products
53 Blotched
56 Ecstasy

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15
16
17
18
19
20
22
24
26
27,
30,
34
35

Guard type
Simpleton
Je ne sais -
Opposed
Make a vow
-Colorado Indians
Small, barkless
dog of Africa
Engineers
Sylvan deities
Yawl part
Canny
Guatemalan cur-
rency
Bosc, e.g.
Ancient French-
man

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61
68
64
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66
67
68
691
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3;
4I
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61
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Leaf
Bank client
Not hear-
drop
- and terminer
Figure of speech
- contendere
Pitch
Genders
Was aware of
DOWN
Seize
Miss Horne
Summing's treat
Less long
Err
Newscaster
Newman
Taradiddle
Contemptible one
Ump's call
Pinch
Exceeds easily

12 Man of letters
13 Villain's greeting
21 Slangy turndown
23 Certain rocket
25 Gallants
27 Turn down cold
28 Famed figure
4skater
29 Udometers
31 Armbone
32 Tarzan's swing
33 Villain's expres-
sion
36 To - (just so)
39 Part of an auc-
tioneer's refrain
40 Draftsman's aids
43 Porch furniture
45 Car part 7
47 Those invited
49 Rule enforcer, for
short
52 Pancake
53 Pinpoint
54 Short-order word
55 "I- say"
57 Preposition
58 Vex
59 Sufficient, for-
merly
62 - populi

37 Varnish ingredient
38 Prefix with form
39 become involved
41 Thus, in Dundee
42 Beatles name
44 Eon fractions
45 Hackman of "The
French Connec-
tion"
46 Boudoir wear

YOUR WORLD looking down, feeling worse? See a
counselor for a new view, 665-7607. cJtc
WRITE ON..-
" Creative, technical copy
" Rewriting
" Research
" Overnight typing, $1.00/page
996-0566 /
cJtc
fwo instant color passport pictures. Only $5.60 by
Photo Dobos. 407 E. Williams Street. cJ1212
The DAILY S
PHONE NUMBERS:
Billina 764-..550

management officials renewed and uniforits for bus ope
negotiations with representatives of the tackling the issue of wag
Transportation Employees Union '"We're trying to focus on
(TEU) yesterday, but both sides agreed issues that tie in directlyv
only that the talks did little to resolve he said. "The more of t
the week-long strike. resolve, the more fundi,
AATA employees walked off the job back into wages.
by a Vote of 150-3 at midnight last Mon- BUT THE union
day after AATA management did not strategy as "dodgfr
recommend extension of the contract at the same time
that expired June 30, and the union guaranteed e
refused to ratify the management's contract.
final proposal. Shelley
AATA UPPED its six per cent wage TEU, c-6y
increase offer to 9.2 per cent prior to the maka i1 R id ou t
contract expiration date. In its final of-
fer last week, the union brought dow-
its wage request to 33 per cent fry
per cent originally requested..,
The two parties met both
and together with a state Cf ir ,tc A
four hours yesterday but
AATA director Richar
new proposals were su r-; . :
side:
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