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6-Wednesday, November 18, 1981-The Michigan Daily

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

S WINNERS EVERY DAY
No Contest To Enter
lust lak through todays Classified Ads
Fve U. at M. students wilfind thei,
names hidden n this section If your
# name and address appear come ao our
business office at 420 Maynard St within
48 haurs. Two free tickets far a State 1.2.
4 Midnight Movie of your choice wilt be
resented yau.*curtesy The Michigan
cily Cassified Deportment.

MICHIGAN-OSU Tickets, six together; 35 yard line,
Row 66, parking pass, 665-4902. 34BI117
MUST SELL Smith Corona electric typewriter. New
excellent condition. Call 7614638. . 72B1117
NICHAEL CASH you won't have to pay any cash to
go to the movies because you have won 2 free tickets
to the State Theater. Come down to the Daily and get
them. dA1117"
PORTABLE FACIT manual typewriter and carrying
case, wolensack tape recorder. Both like new. $55
each or best offer. 665-4055.8 am-10 om. 94B1118
HIDE-A-BED $30. Stereo $75 for sale. Call 665-2125
After 10 pm. 43B1117
SkI-PACKAGE: Rossignol 185 cm., Tyrolia bin-
dings, Hanson boots (-9), Scott poles. Mint con-
dition. 5375/best offer. Mike, 662-7899 after 4 p.m.

SoB"LIES MY FATHER TOLD ME"-a free film
SINGLE ROOM in house next to IM Building $154/ brought to you by Meekreh, Jewish Cultural Assoc.,
MONTH. Available Jan. 1.668-7491. 00C1125 Lloyd Hall, and E. Quad: 9:00 pm on Tues., Nov. 17 in
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED: Own bedroom Lloyd red Lounge and on Wed., Nov. 18 in Rm. 126
and bath. $170/mo. Call Gayle after 5 pm. 769-8100. E.Q. cF1117

ONE BEDROOM available; 2 bedroom turn. apt.
Available January-May or August. 996-8740. 65C1121
ROOM FOR SUBLET to January or February. State
and Williams St., cooking facilities. $125/month. Call
665-9358 after 6pm. 90C1121
FURNISHED SPACIOUS efficiency close to campus
with parking.Call David 769-01648:30-9:30 am.
- 88CII19
CAMPUS, HILL ST., furnished, modern laundry,
parking, rent reduced to 1 bedroom at $245, 1 to 2
people. 2 bedroom at $40, 2 to 4 people. Superbly
managed. Call Iris to see at 663-8487. 87C1201
FEMALE to become member of quiet all-female
household. Fully furnished house features central
campus location, two fireplaces, many quiet study
areas, and a general atmosphere of serenity.
Available in late December. 662-8538, persistently.
80C1122
ALBERT TERRACE APARTMENTS, near CCRB.
Roommate needed. Very nice, fully furnished and
equipped, utilities included, $142/mo. Call John 662-
3887. 73C1125
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY
Attractive 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments, condos
and houses. Great locations, reasonable rent. Call
MWodern Management, 6686906. cC1120
CAMPUS
$250/MO.
FREE RENT
'TIL DEC. 1,1981
The finest modern furnished efficiency left on cam-
pus. Stop by or phone Dahlmann Apartments, 543
Church, Days 761-7600, Eves and Weekends 665-2664.
cCtc
CAMPUS, 2 bedroom in older home. Parking. Pets.
$350/month plus utilities. 665-4764. After 6 pm.
40C1122.
CAMPUS AREA. Completely furnished efficiency.
All utilities included except electric. Laundry.
Available January. $240. Call 662-9645. 31C1121
FURNISHED ROOM in 4-bedroom house, cam-
pus/downtown area, utilities included, $200. 769-5056.
24C1118
2 BEDROOM furnished apt. 4 blocks to Rackham
Bldg. New carpet, parking. 662-7787. cCtc

98C1124
AFFORDABLE Spacious one, two, three and four
bedroom furnished apartments with campus con-
venience. Bi-level or with patios. In modern
buildings or in quiet older home. All rents drastically
reduced. REAL-INVEST CORP. 996-5929. 74C1117
TWO PARKING SPOTS available 2 blocks from cen-
tral campus. Call 996-5501. 36C1118
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed to share two-
bedroom apartment with another beginning January
1st. $155 per month. 663-0989. 74C1117
FEMALE to become member of quiet all-female
household. Fully furnished house features central
campus location, two fireplaces, many quiet study
areas, and a general atmosphere of security.
Available in late December. 662-8538, persistently.
80C1122
UNIVERSITY
STUDENT FAMILY
HOUSING
Furnished efficiency apartments available for im-
mediate occupancy in University-owned and oper-
ated housing. ,
Fo further information and application, contact:
HOUSING INFORMATION
OFFICE
1011 Student Activities Building
Telephone: 763-3164

"LIES MY FATHER TOLD ME"-a free film
brought to you by Jewish Cultural Assoc. and East
Quad: 9:00 pm tonight in Rm. 126 E.Q. cF1118
AHARON APPELFELD-noted Israeli
writer-guest speaker at an ONEG SHABBAT at
Hillel, 1429 Hill St. on Fri., Nov. 20 at 8:00 pm. Topic:
"My Life; My Work." Orth. services at 4:50, Cons. at
5:00, Dinner at 6:15 (reserve by Fri. Noon). cF1120
NEEDED: A ride to North Carolina (preferred),
Tennessee, or Virginia. Call Dennis 764-0792. 64F1117
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
ABORTION INFO-Lifespan Resource Library. Call
769-0625 10-12 or 1-3 M-W-F. cF0417
SEIKO FUJIL come down to the Daily and pick up
your two free tickets to the State Theater. dH1117
ISOLATION TANK OFFERS FANTASTIC VOYAGE
Floating effortlessly in a 10 inch epsom water
solution without lights and sound. Alone with 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. cFte
Is a smaller U a better U? Call President Shapiro.
764-6270 and Vice President Frye. 764-9290. 5OF1121
Say it with, BALLOONS. Helium filled bouquets
delivered. U of M patty decorating. 95-1972. cFl212
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK, 769-0560
217S. University
cF1212

TYPING, low rates, fast, helpful, 663-5788 or 995-1008.
83J1201
'73 VOLVO 164E. Clean, low miles, excellent conj
dition. $2395. 534-0921 or 354-3896. 71N1117
NEED TO HEAR some new options. Call for appoin-
tment. 665-7607-days, evenings. cJtc
YOUR WORLD looking down, feeling worse? See a
counselor for a new view, 665-7607. cJtc
MITCH PEYSER this must be your lucky day. You
have won two free tickets to the State Theater. Just
come over to the Daily and get them. dM1117
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
fwo instant color passport pictures. Only $5.60 by
Photo Dobos. 407 E. Williams Street. cJ1212
TYPING-Experienced. Dissertation, thesis,
manuscript, business. Fast and reasonable. 662-9948.
c1212
FORMER Evelyn Wood speed reading teacher and
researcher, will privately train in advanced reading.
memory and research skills. Call for a free con-
sultation, 882-8047. 52J1119
WORK CLOSING IN? Need some help? Counseling
appointments 665-7607 days, evenings. cJtc
TYPING-Ten pages or more by very experienced
typist, 971-5647. 47J1118
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED: reasonably priced, reliable car. Call
evenings or leave message. 668-0412. 97K1205

DESPERATELY NEED Ohio State Tickets.
Especially pairs, any section. Call Steve, 761-6876.
45Q1119
Ladies and Gentlemen, THE ROLLING STONES..2
Golden floor tickets. Make your offer. Call 764-9878.
32Q1 122
STONES-last chance for tickets. November 30, 4
tickets. Call 764-4853. 53Q 115
1 PAIR Michigan/OSU tickets. Section 24 Best Offer.
Call Linda 668-0153. 92Q1119
NEED 8 OHIO STATE tickets for family and friends;
call John 764-8928. Thank you. 25Q1120
UM-OSU TEN together on the 15. 996-5582. Evenings
before 12 p.m. 93Q1120
PAIR TOGETHER, UM-Ohio State, Sec. 15, Row 61,
best offer. Call 665-7415. 66Q1118
ShLLY GAJDA you have gotyaself a pair of free
tickets to the State Theater. Come down to the Daily
and pick them up. dU1117
ABSOLUTE TOP DOLLAR paid for U of M FOOT-
BALL tickets. Call 973-6327. cQ1l21
$$ FOOTBALL TICKE'T $$
BUY OR SELL FOR ANY UM HOME GAMES
994-0145
cQ1120

BUENAS DIAS ANNE LEPLEY, you are the proud
owner of two free tickets to the State Theatre. Hop on
down to the Daily to pick them up. dRl114
Subscribep to thle Daily

KASHMIR SHAIVISM: Phiosohyof
Universal Consciousness
3000 year old Spiritual Tradition
of Northern India
A Discussion Wih -SWA4MI CHETANANANDA
THURSDAY, NOV. 19th-4:00 pm
East Lecture Hall, Rackham
ADMISSION IS FREE

"
1.

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. 95QL120
CICKET 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
cQ1121
CASH FOR OHIO STATE TICKETS. Need 20. Call
996-0219 or 996-1398. 41Q1117
FOR SALE-Pair OSU Sec. 12 Row 35. Best offer.
Call 12-9. 996-8622. dQ1118

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Rent a Car from Econo-Car

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NEED CASH? We buy used photographic equip-
ment. For more information call 665-6101. Purchase
Camea Sho Dn121

Is a smaller U a better U? Call President Frye. 764-
9290. 50M1121
THE DESTRUCTION of the Student Community in
Ann Arbor by Robert Honigman. - Available at
Ulrich's, Follett's and Community News Center.

OPEN 7
DAYS A WEEK

y
low

ROOM AND BOARD in friendly, economical st
cooperatives. North central campus. Shared n
chores Call IBC, 662-4414, 4002 Michigan Union
EAT WELL among friends: Join the Student
Meal Plan. ICC, 4002 Michigan Union, 62-4414.

CHEAP COPIES!
Highest Quality! Fastest Service! Accu-Copy, 402
Maynard, 769-8338. cFl21
udept I
meals, HELP W A NTED
cte INCOME TAX PREPAREERS. Jan.-April part-
Co-op time, flexible hours, good pay. Experience or
academic training (tax accounting) in all areas of
cEtc taxes necessary. If interested, send resume or ap-
plication to Ann Arbor Co-op Society, P.O. Box 7325,
Ann ARbor 48107. 77H1117

WE RENT TO19 YR. OLD STUDENTS!

1971 MALIBU. Runs great, new tires and starter.
$500 or best offer. 663-6020. 95N1122-
TR AVEL
PRIVATE AIRPLANE FLIGHTS to Washington,
D.C., leaving Nov. 24, 25. Returning Nov. 29, 30. Call
Jasper Ferguson 973-9826. 62P1119
NEW YORK FROM $78
Round trip Thanksgiving and Christmas. Christmas
to Los Angeles $301. Great Places Travel, 208 E.
Washington,769-1776. 13P1121

- CALL FOR OUR THANKSGIVING SPECIALS.
-Choose from small economical cars
to fine luxury cars.
--Special weekend rates.
-Pick up services upon request.
-We accept cash deposits.

ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
SIN FUF B 0 A I' R

I

AN11 ZI IM : A 'FRONT F UR ANTI
SEMITISM"-a talk by Detroit ADL rep, Deena
Pearlman. 8:00 pm Thurs., Nov. 19 in UGLI Multi-
Purpose Room. Sponsored by U.S.I. cF1119
REBECCA DICKSTEIN you have won two free
tickets to the State Theater. Come down to the Daily
and pick them up. dF1117
PERSONAL LIVES--At the Dean's party Warren
announces, "Phyllis and I are going to be married."
Keith asks Annelise to spend the weekend at his
cabin. She says "I would love to." dF1117
BACHELOR SEEKS deal on large wine order. Ob-
ject: party. Found it at the Village Apothecary, 1112
S. University. 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
ANGRY AT YOUR MUFFLER? Maybe it's just
exhausted. Get rid of it by buying a new muffler over
the phone. 769-5913. - 3cFtc

ANN ARBOR restaurant has openings. Abilities to
write Chinese. Call 981-2854 after 6:00. 89H1203
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
BABY-SITTER WANTED: Sensitive person (non-
smoker) to care for infant and four-year-old. 2-3
days a week; beginning immediately. Call 761-8308
evenings or weekends. 75H1118
WORK hour for free meal. Clean kitchen, good
food. Call Chi Psi Fraternity, State Street. 761-6281.
82H1120
TWO STUDENTS WANTED for several hours of
raking and cleaning gutters. Call 665-8323 between
9:30 and 11pm. 04H1122
DESPERATELY Need help! Term paper for
Japanese History. Price Negotiable. 981-2194.
10H 1118
Programmer Needed Immediately. Knowledge IBM
360/370 assembly language, high-pay, call 662-8982.
01H1118
PARt-TIME THEATRE HELP needed. Mann
Theatres, 375 N. Maple, 769-1301. 22H1117
ASTHMATICS NEEDED for drug study. Payment
$200. Call 764-9522, Mon-Fri, 8-5. 33H1124

A GELCO COMPANY

EC'ONO-CARN

GRADUATE STUDENT NEEDS LIVING SPACE
FOR January 1, with neat, quiet, considerate per-
son(s). Please call 971-7182 evenings. 81YI121
MALE ROOMMATE needed for winter term
January-April. Furnished apartment, good location
994-1504. 67Y111,
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED. Starting Jan:
1st. Albert Terrace Apartments. Geddes Rd. 761,
6422. 06Y1119

438 W. Huron
761-8845
ANN ARBOR

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HELPr!! Desperately need uOIO aI AE ICKXT.sa
Pairs and singles; no preference. Amy 663-3998.
56Q 1120
CASH FOR OHIO STATE TICKETS. Kevin 996-5529.
55Q1120
GET YER YA-YA's OUT! Stones tickets, negotiable.
Call 769-1944 after 6 pm. 84Q1118
OHIO STATE TICKETS-FOUR TOGETHER. Call
eve. 453-8214 or 973-8250. 85Q1118

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~IA S D ID S U!I B IE 1iL:

ERIC'S FACTORY CLOSEOUTS. Winter Vests and
jackets 30-60% off. 406E. Liberty, 2 blocks off State.
Frta

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
1981 Los Angeles Times Syndicate

JOHN LAND, editor. Six dyears'experience
academic publishing. Papers, theses, dissertations.
Proportional electronic typing, infinite storage.
References; portfolio 663-34G1. 62J1120
TERM PAPERS, resumes, dissertations. Quality
typing, reasonable rates, fast service. Maggie. Per-
sistently 973-7345. 87J1118

1
5
10
1.4
15

ACROSS
Exercise authority
Rope circle of
a game
Become a member
Discharge
Excessive loan
interest
- in a while

16

17 A - sum
(a goodly amount)
18 Organic
compound
19 Ball or man
20 Writer Laurence
and family
22 Old West bandit
family
24 Grain spike
25 Zero
26 Formed an arch
over
30 Certifies
34 Creative work,
to Michelangelo
35 Weather,
phenomena
37 Hasye courage
38 Personage
39 Witty saying
40 Cattle sound
41 Cheese
43 Star in Cygnus
45 Church part
11 12 3 4

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48
50
51
52
56
60
61
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Ridicules
More substantial
Manx or Siamese
Skipper's diary
Boxed
Appearances
Protagonist
Forgive
Unusual.
Irish islands
Fly without power
Notion, in Nantes
As good as a mile
Kind of fisherman
Business abbr.
DOWN
Track transactions
Fail to do
Arms or dish
Kind of plastic
Stranger
Sea-going abbr.
Definitive game
word
Irritated
Despots
Shoved about

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33
36
42
43
44i

23 Like a Christmas
tree (with "up")
26 Preserved
27 Group of lions
28 Financial phrase
29 The ladies
30 Builds up a
poker pot
31 Days of youth,

figuratively
Valuable find
Seamstress
Noun-forming
suffix
Units of length
Cleanse
Give strong

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support to
45 Its capital is Lagos
47 Women's org.
49 Trim, as bushes
52 Counterfeit
53 Around: Prefix
54 South American
birds
55 Take out, in
printing
56 Military

11 - account
12 Image ,
13 Anchor man's
forte
21 Masefield
heroine

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58

assistant
Bounders
Very, in
Versailles

59 Evident
62 Service abbr.
= 10' 11 12 13

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35 3 37
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