If you find your name and ad-
dress in today's Michigan Daily
TWO FREE TICKETS
to any one of
Ladles & Gentlemen,
a filmed concert
Hrarld and Maude
FEMALE to rent semi-cooperative, nice household, ROOM AND BOARD in friendly, economical student
pets. $175 plus utilities. Start January. Call Helene cooperatives. North central campus. Shared meals,
994-3567. 09C1125 chores. Call IQC,6624414, 4002 Michigan Union.
ROOM with 3 other guys in luxury bi-level. Call __Ctc
IW OSUDENTS1 WAJ NE W Dfrseveral hurs u
raking and cleaning gutters. Call 665-8323 between
9:30 and 11 pm. 04H1122
ANN ARBOR restaurant has openings. Abilities to
write Chinese. Call 981-2854 after 6:00. 89H1203
10A1122 Kevin 761-6467. 08C1124
FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE, spacious rooms,
weekly social events, 19 prepared meals/week, laun-
dry, cable TV, quiet. Reasonable rate. 761-590.
LISA SCHOTT, it's a shot in the dark, but we think
you've won two free tickets to the State Theater.
Come down to the Michigan Daily and pick them up.
Don't forget to do a shot of your favorite beverage
before going to the show. dC1120
PORTAGE LAKE FRONT, 2-4 bedrooms, 25 minutes
from Ann Arbor. Now through winter term. 774-2946.
ROOM FOR RENT in house to be shared off campus.
West side. For details call 994-3300 anytime. 14C1125
TWO BLOCKS FROM CAMPUS-This freshly pain-
ted, spacious apartment has gabled ceilings, natural
woodwork and leaded glass windows. One
bedroom-ideal for two friends willing to share
room, or couple. $370/month includes everything but
electricity and cooking gas. 662-9315. dCtc
WANTED female to share double room on main floor
in furnished house; kitchen, living room with
fireplace, near UM central campus. Sensational.
price-$170/month with heat and utilities included.
Lease through August 1982. Available immediately.
Call me 994-1515. 51C1120
ALBERT TERRACE APARTMENTS, near CCRB.-
Roommate needed. Very nice, fully furnished and
equipped, utilities included, $142/mo. Call John 662-
CAMPUS AREA. Completely furnished efficiency.
All utilities included except electric. Laundry.
Available January. $240. Call 662-9645. 31C1121
2 BEDROOM furnished apt. 4 blocks to Rackham
Bldg. New carpet, parking. 662-7787. cCtc
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
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SINGLE ROOMS available, in six-bedroom house 5
minutes walk from campus. House has lots of wood-
work. Large kitchen and dining room. Furnished,
carpeted, clean rooms. Great landlord. Available
through Aug. '82. Call John, 995-2893., dC1121
ROOM in large 2-bdr. 11 bath, furnished apt. at
Glencoe Hills for winter. Only $170/mo. Call 973-9846.
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.
FURNISHEDSPACIOUS efficiency close to campus
with parking. Call David 769-01648:30-9:30 am.
CAMPUS, HILL ST., furnished, modern laundry,
parking, rent reduced to 1 bedroom at $245, 1 to 2
people. 2 bedroom at $400, 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.
CAMPUS, 2 bedroom in older home. Parking. Pets.
$350/month plus utilities. 665-4764. After 6 pm.
Furnished efficiency apartments available for im-
mediate occupancy in University-owned and oper-
For further information and application, contact:
1011 Student Activities Building
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cEtc OVERSEAS JOBS-Summer/year round. Europe, S.
America, Australia, Asia. All Fields. $5W$1200 mon-
thly. Sightseeing. Free info. Write IJC Box 52-MI,
Corona Del Mar, CA 92625. 93H1208
MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR!
(It's good for our business)
1209 S. University
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
U-M STUDENT also professional lairdresser would
like to swap haircuts for algebra tutoring. 485-6802.
PHOTOGRAPHER-ARTIST looking for nude model.
Preferably female. Fee negotiable. Call for more in-
fo: 662-2288after5pm. 36H1122
STEREO SPEAKER salesmen, part-time,
$5.00/hour. Join our national program, demon-
strating incredible new speakers. A factory-direct
sales program. You will put on speaker comparison
demos for potential customers. Applicants should
own and have basic knowledge of stereo equipment,
deposit required. We provide necessary training at
no charge. Call M.J.S. Co. collect at 517-887-0506 for
interfiew appointment. v26H1122
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. cFtc
NEED TO TALK? Call 76-GUIDE: a confidential
peer counseling service for students, open from 5 pm
to 9 am weekdays, 24 hrs weekends. 99F1125
EAT WELL among friends: Join the Student Co-op
Meal Plan. ICC, 4002 Michigan Union, 662-4414.
Attractive 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments, condos
and- houses. Great locations, reasonable rent. Call
Modern Management, 668-6906. CC1120
SINGLE ROOM in house next to IM Building. $1541
MONTH. Available Jan. 1.668-7491. 00C1125
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED: Own bedroom
and bath. $170/mo.Call Gayle after 5pm. 769-8100.
ONE BEDROOM available; 2 bedroom furn. apt.
Available January-May or August. 996-8740. 65C 121
TWO BLOCKS FROM CAMPUS-this elegant attic
apt. has gabled ceilings, natural woodwork and
leaded glass windows. One female roommate needed
to assume lease winter term. $185/month includes
everything but electricity & cooking gas. Parking
availble. M62-915. dC1121
MUFFLER-Lo est price, first quality. Call 769-
5913 for a price ov r the phone. Ann Arbor Muffler on
Jackson Ave., only 2 miles from campus. 4cFtc
CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEA: "A Guide to Rocks and
Minerals of Michigan." 2nd Ed. Enlarged, maps, etc.
$9.95 plus $1.50 shipping and handling. Check or
money order to author: Richard Hawke, 4107
Washington, Midland, MI 48640. 34F1122
RICHARD STOLL, people may say you stole these
two tickets to the State Theater, but you didn't. You
won them. So get right over to the Daily and pick
them up. dF1120
PERSONAL LIVES-With no place left to turn,
Veronica goes to Keith and Brett's loft. She learns
that Keith is away with Annelise. Phyllis can't tell
Warren that she is pregnant. dF1120
JOHN-Paradise is not lost. 15% discount on contact
lens preparation at the Village Apothecary-Lucifer.
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
EASY-TO-MAIL XMAS GIFT. Send a 1982 Ann Arbor
U of M Calendar. 12 distinctive ink sketches by Bill
Shurtliff. Available in most card, gift and book
stores. If you can't locate, send $4 plus 60t handling
to Bill Shurtliff, PO Box 8266, Ann Arbor, MI 48107.
NEED CREDIT? Get VISA and MASTERCARD! No
co-signers, no minimum income requirements. New
bank plan makes students eligible! Guaranteed ac-
ceptance or your money back, Send $5.00 for ap-
plication to Cal-Concept 9454 Hickock, Stockton, CA
LOX AND BAGELS! Come to Hillel this Sunday at
11:00 am for a brunch with speaker Edward Hoffman
(psychology PHD, U of M) on "JEWISH
MYSTICISM: Doorway to the Mind." cF1122
Is a smaller U a better U? Call President Shapiro.
764-6270 and Vice President Frye. 764-9290. 50F1121
Say it with BALLOONS. Helium filled bouquets
delivered. U of M party decorating. 995-1972. cF1212
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
Highest Quality! Fastest Service! Accu-Copy, 40d
Maynard, 769-8338. cF1212
ERIC'S FACTORY CLOSEOUTS. Winter Vests and
jackets 30-60% off. 406 E. Liberty, 2 blocks off State.
JuN LAND, editor. Six years' experience
academic publishing. Papers, theses, dissertations.
Proportional electronic typing, infinite storage.
References; portfolio 663-3461. 62J1120
TYPING, low rates, fast, helpful, 663-788 or 995-1008.
THE PROFESSIONAL TYPE: Term papers, theses,
dissertations, resumes. Sandee 973-0375 or 485-8584.
TYPING, PROFESSIONAL ALL TYPES
Call Noelle anytime, 971-2364
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.
EXAMS GETTING YOU DOWN? Attend TEST SUC-
CESS SEMINAR. Terri White R.N., M.S. Hyp-
notherapist. Michigan League Library. Either
December 2,7, or 14. 7:00-8:30 pm. $18. Information:
WORK CLOSING IN? Need some help? Counseling
appointments 665-7607 days, evenings. cJtc
NEED TO HEAjI some new options. Call for appoin-
tment. 665-7607-days, evenings. cJtc
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
is a smauer U a better U? Call President Frye. 764-
9290. SOMi 121
THE DESTRUCTION of the Student Community in
Ann Arbor by Robert Honigman. Available at
Ulrich's, Follett's and Community News Center.
MARCH WELLS, well, you better march right on
over to the Daily and pick up your two free tickets to
the State Theater before someone else does. dM1120
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
wi MALIBU. ttuns great, new tires and starter.
$500 or best offer. 663-6020. 95N1122
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
1 - woman
5 Symbol of greed
14 Island dance
15 Lover's word
16 Word in a
,1981 Los Angeles Times Syndic
53 Holy state
57 Certain police
60 Hebrides island
61 Kind of chatter
63 Bach output
64 Dutch artist Jan
van der -
66 Aerie, for one
1 Not passe
Tropical fruit tree
Thrown for -
Capital of Yemen
24 Man in blue
25 Shawl in SA
26 Science fiction
27 White House
28 Cousin of 10 Down
29 Kind of fiber,
30 Type of pollution
31 Coastal sights
33 Side affliction
36 Loutish ones
39 Water purification,
42 Tranquil place
45 Milosz, for
46 Poker player,
47 Name meaning
NEED MONEY for the holidays? UM Survey
Research Center needs 30 interviewers for two weeks
beginning Nov. 30. 3 hour shifts with minimum of
three or four shifts each week, including evenings
and weekends. '4.00/hour to conduct interviews in
UM central and north campus libraries. No ex-
perience necessary, but we must be able to count on
you to work assigned shifts. Fill out application in
Rm. 2130, Institute for Social Research, 426 Thom-
pson St., 9-5, Nov. 19, 20,.23, or 24.
Non-discriminatory, affirmative action employer.
WORK 1/2 hour for free meal. Clean kitchen, good
food. Call Chi Psi Fraternity, State Street. 761-6281.
ASTHMATICS NEEDED for drug study. Payment
$200. Call 764-9522, Mon-Fri, 8-5. 33H1124
GRADUATE STUDENT NEEDS LIVING SPACE
FOR January 1, with neat, quiet, considerate per-
son(s). Please call 971-7182 evenings. 81Y1121
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED. Starting Jan:
1st. Albert Terrace Apartments. Geddes Rd. 761,
KURT WOLF you've won two free tickets to the State
Theater. Come to the Daily and get them. dU1120
FOR RENT: Own room in large, coed house. Very
close to campus. Laundry, limited parking, good
landlord and easy going housemates. Call 995-1175 or
662-8105 before midnight. . dUtc
1948 was its
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Friday, in a way
Egyptian queen of
Support, at sea
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Kings Productions Auditions
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Michigan Union, Kuenzel Room Dec. 11; 2-6 p.m.
American Heritage Music Hall Jan. 23 & 24; 10-6 p.m.
Productions feature professionally designed scen-
ery, costumes, staging and choreography in fully
equipped theatres and outdoor stages.
Singers * Dancers * Instrumentalists
Technilan s Varietv Performers
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