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Page 6-Sunday. November 22, 1981-The Michigan Daily

Lising ofIovi s f r contestIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIII I I IIII

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

The Rolling Stones
a filmed concert

CANTERBURY
TALES

Listing of movies for a contest
sponsored by STATE THEATRE
MIDNIGHT
SHOWS
Fri. & Sat.
Nov. 20-21

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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.
3.4 Midnight Movie of your choice will be
presented you, courtesy of The Michigon
Daily Classified Department.

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SEX WORLD

Harold and Maude

ar

CLASSIFIED

WOMEN'S gold signet ring initials AES sentimental
value. Reward $20. Please call Ann ar 453-1427.

PLANE TICKET. Detroit to L.A., good until Dec. 1,
$125, 313-358-5243. 45B 1125
FOR SALE: 45x36 inch drafting table, and a lot of
equipment for $200. Call Michelle, 668-7853 or 663-
2134. 38B1124
SKIS: Head 360/205, Marker bindings and poles/good
shape. $100/best offer. Call Paul anytime, 764-2892.
42B1125
FOR SALE: Beautifully illustrated tribute of John
and Yoko-originally commissioned as gift to Yoko.
.Call 769-0071. 33B1125.
PROGRAMS 1950, Michigan-Ohio State Football
game. $15 each 815-623-7478 or send SASE-6601

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. dC125
MARKLEY double female lease for sale. Available
immediately. Call 764-7799. Be persistent. 51C1203
FRIENDLY atmosphere, spacious rooms, weekly
social events, 19 prepared meals/week, laundry,,
cable TV, quiet. Reasonable rate. 761-5950. cC1124
FOUR MONTH LEASE. Own room in fantastic
house for $165/month. Call 973-0686. 52C1125
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
$100 for entire bedroom. One now, another January.
Call Frank after 9 pm, 995-1112. 48C1208
HOUSE FOR RENT. 2large bedrooms, 2 car garage.
Beginning Jan. 1. Call 761-1121. 39C1124
ATTENTION-Single room in large condo.
$230/month includes utilities and parking, carpeted,
student non-smoker preferred. Short drive to cam-
pus. Call 996-8406 evenings, persistently. 37C1203
ROOM FOR RENT in house to be shared off campus.
West side. For details call 994-3300 anytime. 14C1125
WINTER TERM LEASE. Single bedroom, coed
house. $175/month. Call Scott 662-1433. 25C1202
FURNISHED HOUSE single, block from campus,
$155/month. Immediate occupancy. 665-8604. 28C1122
SINGLE ROOM, furnished, close to campus.
$170/month, includes all utilities. 769-227 evenings.
32C1124
ONE BEDROOM available; 2 bedroom furn. apt.
Available January-May or August. 996-8740. 65C1121

runaGE LAKE. r ONT1, 2-4 oedrooms, 25 minutes
from Ann Arbor. Now through winter term. 774-2946.
24C1201
FEMALE to rent semi-cooperative, nice household,
pets. $175 plus utilities. Start January. Call Helene
994-3567. .09C1125
ROOM with 3 other guys in luxury bi-level. Call
Kevin 761-6467. 08C1124
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
ALBERT TERRACE APARTMENTS, near CCRB.
Roommate needed. Very nice, fully furnished and
equipped, utilities included, $142/mo. Call John 662-
3887. 73C1125
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
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.
cCte
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.
8001122
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY
Attractive 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments, condos
and houses. Great locations, reasonable rent. Call
Modern Management, 668-6906. cC1120
UNIVERSITY
STUDENT FAMILY
HOUSING
Furnished efficiency apartments available for im-
mediate occupancy in University-owned and oper-
ated housing.
For further information and application, contact:
HOUSING INFORMATION
OFFICE
1011 Student Activities Building

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

Say it with BALLOONS. Helium filled bouquets
delivered. U of M party decorating. 995-1972. cF1212
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK, 769-0560
217 S. University
cF1212
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
CHEAP COPIES!,
Highest Quality! Fastest Service! Accu-Copy, 402
Maynard. 769-R3'8 .919

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1 60
2 20
2 80
3.40
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TYPING, PROFESSIONAL ALL TYPES
Call Noelle anytime, 971-2364

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f'wo instant color passport pictures. Only $5.60 by
Photo Dobos. 407 E. Williams Street.:c01212
TYPING-Experienced. Dissertation, thesis,
manuscript, business. Fast and reasonable. 662-9948.
cJ1212
TYPING, low rates, fast, helpful, 663-5788 or 995-1008.
83J1201
Surprise, SANDRA BARRON!! You're the owner of
two free tickets to the State Theater. Pick 'em up at
the Daily. dH1122
PH.D. CLOSING IN? Don't give up! Call for appoin-
tment. 665-7607-days, evenings. cJtc
WANTED TO BUY
WANTEM reasonably priced, reliable car. Call
evenings or leave message A.8-0419 7K12f

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*For each extra day after the first five

DEADLINES

Tues. - Sat. issues . .,...... .
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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).

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Hello, TODD ADAMS. Pick up your two free tickets
to the State Theater at the Daily office. ' dF1122
RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT. Arby's can offer
you an excellent opportunity to gain valuable
management experience while still attending
college. We currently have positions available in our
management training program in the Ann Arbor
area. Restaurant experience is required. Call Dave
Crimmins SYBRA INC 1-744-4030. 46H1124
WANTED PERSONS or groups willing to work full
time or weekends gathering signatures for a petition
drive. Must be a registered voter in the State of
Michigan. Call Pat at 668-8589. 41H1208
WORK 1 hour for free meal. Clean kitchen, good
food. Call Chi Psi Fraternity, State Street. 761-6281.
82H1120
TWO STUDENTS WANTED for several hours of
rakingand 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
PHOTOGRAPHER-ARTIST looking for nude model.
Preferably female. Fee negotiable. Call for more in-
fo: 662-2288 after 5 pm. 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 517-887-0506for
id nterfiew appointment. 26H1122

Is a smaller U a better U? Call President Frye. 764-
9290. 50MI 121
THE DESTRUCTION of the Student Community in
Ann Arbor by Robert Honigman. Available at
Ulrich's, Follett's and Community News Center.

CAMPUS, 2 bedroom in older home. Parking. Pets.
$350/month plus utilities. 665-4764. After 6 pm.

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

THOMAS CHASE: Get your wheels and come down
to the Daily to pick up your two free tickets to the
State Theater. dN1122
NEEDED ride TO Los Angeles or San Diego over
Christmas vacation. Please call Annie 763-0865.
53P1122
THANKSGIVING BUS
TO CHICAGO
Non-Stop to Union Station
(Less than Greyhound)
$45 ROUNDTRIP
(first come first serve basis)
Call: John 764-9772, Scott
995-5337, Joe 665-5643.
54P 1124
NEED RIDE to New York City Thanksgiving break.
Julie 996-9032. 50P1122
RIDE OFFERED to LA staff member. Leave 12/12
return 1/2. Share expenses 663-6362. 49P1123
NEW YORK FROM $78
Round trip Thanksgiving and Christmas. Christmas
to Los Angeles $301. Great Places Travel, 208 E.
Washington, 769-1776. 13P1121

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ROOM AND BOARD in friendly, economical sti
cooperatives. North central campus. Shared m(
chores. Call l(C, 662-4414, 4002 Michigan Union.
EAT WELL among friends: Join the Student C
Meal Plan. ICC, 4002 Michigan Union, 662-4414.

udept
seals,
- .fn

egc1 CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEA: "A Guide to Rocks an
Minerals of Michigan." 2nd Ed. Enlarged, maps, etc
Co-op $9.95 plus $1.50 shipping and handling. Check or
money order to author: Richard Hawke, 4107
cEtc Washington, Midland, MI 48640. 34F1122
NEED TO TALK? Call 76-GUIDE: a confidentia
peer counseling service for students, open from 5 pm
to 9 am weekdays, 24 hrs weekends. 99F1125

C.
)r
)7
12
5

ASTHMATICS NEEDED for drug study. Payment
$200. Call 764-9522, Mon-Fri,8-5. 33H1124

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ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE

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MULE EAS TOLE\
INVSTME N POOLS'
ARH EE ULNAS
E RE COTE
AABBES S BEL0NGTO
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S H R T EN GA IT E R
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VE ST K ETP A RK S
IT S A W H INE T EE S
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Telephone: 763-3164

SINGLE ROOM in house next to IM Building. $154/
MONTH. Available Jan. 1.668-7491. 0OC1125
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED: Own bedroom
and bath. $170/mo. Call Gayle after 5 pm. 769-8100.
98C1124
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
available. 662-9315. dC1121

JOHN-pick upsome German wine, on special at the
Village Apothecary this week-Gloria. cFtc
PERSONAL LIVES-At Veronica's insistence the
police arrest Stuart for attempted murder. Tony
feels that the police are on to his drug ring so he goes
into hiding. dF1122
A JOB you can believe in. Acorn is hiring organizers
to involve working and fixed income families in fight
for social and economic justice. Long hours-low
pay-high rewards.,Call 963-1840. 55F1124
ANGRY AT YOUR MUFFLER? Maybe it's just
exhausted. Get rid of it by buying a new muffler over
the phone. 769-5913. 3cFtc
JANET WOLANIN: You have two free tickets
awaiting you at the Daily. Take someone out to the
State Theater tonight! Enjoy. -Brer Rabbit. dF1122
Is a smaller U a better U? Call President Shapiro.
764-6270 and Vice President Frye. 764-9290. 5F1121

GUITAR
Lost in 166-168 Frieze Building on this last Wed-
nesday afternoon, 4:30 pm. Reward offered, call
Alex, 662-3251. dF1124 4
ERIC'S CLOSEOUT SHOES. Hey Bigfoot size 13.
Below cost. Down to size two. 406 E. Liberty, 2 blocks
off State. cFtc
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 60q handling
to Bill Shurtliff, PO Box 8266, Ann Arbor, MI 48107.
05F1124
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
95210. 03F1122

Jun L ANU, eaitor. Six years' experience
academic publishing. Papers, theses, dissertations.
Proportional electronic typing, infinite storage.
References; portfolio 663-3461. 62J1120
It's snowing out! Must be winter. Oh well.
,MAURE1N DOLAN, you've won two free tickets to
the State Theater. Pick 'em up at the Dairy office.
Bye. dG 122
OUTDOOR Adventure Exchange helps backpackers,
climbers, etc. find partners/share rides/exchange
info nationwide. SASE to Box 4002, Morgantown,
W V.26505 44J1201
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:
668-8843. 27J1212
THE PROFESSIONAL TYPE: Term papers, theses,
dissertations, resumes. Sandee 973-0375 or 485-8584.
cJtc

Ladies and Gentlemen, THE ROLLING STONES..2
Golden flto tckets. Makeyour offer Call 764-9878.

MAI'. IUUMMA NEEDE D our winer term,
January-April. Furnished apartment, near CCRB.
994-1504. 47Y1122
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
1971 MALIBU. Runs great new tires andstarter
$500 or best offer. 663-6020. 95N1122

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE

Edited by

Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
1981 Los Angeles Times Syndicate

6

1
4
10
14

ACROSS
Pest
Skoal and prosit
Heckle
Capital for 40

Acrdss.
15 Twain's
New York home
16 Adriatic resort
17 Start of a
Nietzsche
quotation
20 River to the
Arabian Sea
21 Like a bright day
22 Jungle nuisance
24 Unit of force:
Abbr.
25 Welcome item
28 Ending with
journal
29 Elec. units
32 Cake or Islards
34 Keen
36 Like some spoons
37 More of quote
40 Clavell opus
41 plumlike fruit
42 Baroness Blixen,
AKA Isak Dineson
43 Fish or boat
44 Horned viper
47 Part of many
Arabic names
48 Time abbr.
50 Corn producer

53 Cumulus
formation
56 Sierra-
57 Quote continued
61 Native-
62 Visual
63 Extant
64 With 65 Across,
end of quote
65 See 64 Across
66 Youngster
DOWN
1 Social system
2 Handsome one
3 Walk unsteadily
4 Brief
5 Violinist Bull
6 Latin lesson word
7 In - (in its
original place)
8 Drifts
9 Dejectedly
10 Scribe's mishap
11 Goal
12 Mountain near
ancient Troy
13 Long or short
18 Chew the-
(meditate)
19 "My wife's a -
wee thing...":
Burns
23 Historical "train"
25 Part of France
26 Scored

27 Scale of
pulchritude
30 Matelot's milieu
31 Printer's indicator
33 Shells peas
34 Advantage
35 Make-(hit
pay dirt)
36 English literary
great
37 Jezebel's
husband
38 Verdaude, for one
39 Year in sixth
century
40 Indulge in a
sport
43 Fine plaster
44 Indifferent, in
a way
45 Lady of the casa
46 Course of studies
49 Where Lot had
a lot
51 Wide awake

52
53
54
55
57
58
59
60

Court appointee:
Abbr.
Prehistoric axe
Te laudamus
Commercial event
Ending with
romantic or real
Ginza classic
Circle seg.
River to the
Vistula

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