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Page 6-Thursday, December 3, 1981 -The Michigan Daily

Litn f m ve f I aI contestII IIMMMII MM MIMIIII II

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

"CHINA GIRL"

"KENTUCKY
FRIED MOVIE"

Listing of movies for a contest
sponsored by STATE THEATRE
MIDNIGHT
SHOWS
Running Wednesday
through Saturday
November 25-28

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 addressiappear, come to our
business office at 420 Maynard St. within
48 hours. Two free tickets for a Stote 1 2
3-4 Midnight Movie of your choice will be
presented you, courtesy of The Michigan
Doily Classified Department.

I

The ROLLING STONES
"SYMPATHY FOR
THE DEVIL"

H'AROLD 9 MAUDE'

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LOST-Nov. 21. Tan canvas bag with shoes,
sweaters, skirt,white blouse, ivory necklace, misc.
others. Reward. No questions. Box 2 Michigan Daily.
7A1204

UPRIGHT PIANO. Good condition. Call after 6 pm,
662-4800. 19B1210
ART SUPPLIES: Flea market of papers, pins,
frames, mats, fabrics, drawing supplies, and much,
much more. Great for Christmas gifts or school sup-
plies. Ann Arbor Art Association, 117 W. Liberty.
Dec. 4th, 10:00 am-9:00 pm; Dec. 5th 10:00 am-5:00
pm. 80B1204
FREE PUPPY to responsible owner. Doberman-
German Shepherd mix. House trained. Needs tags
and shots. Great temperament. Call persistently
evenings. 662-2967. Dave or Mike. 18B1205
ROBERT LILAK, the State Theatre is anxiously
awaiting your arrival, so hurry down to the Daily to
claim your two free movie tickets. dB1203
TOYOTA '71, new clutch, and battery, 74,000 miles,
good running condition. $800. Call Helene 994-3567.
06B1206
1975VW Bus: good condition. $2800 or best offer. Call
Steve L. 996-5986. 92B1204
$50,000 COSTUME JEWELRY bankrupt sale. 50%
discount off retail price and free jewelry with every
sale. Handmade sterling silver and genuine stone
rings-turquoise, pink mussel shell, red coral,
mother of pearl, abalone, tiger eye, jade, malachite,
and black onyx from as low as $3 each. 14 kt. Gold
Jewelry to be sold at cost. Saturday and Sunday,
10:00-6;00 at the Giant Flea Market, Park and
Michigan, downtown Ypsilanti. In the annex. Please
come and ask for Doris and Kathy. Come and do your
X-mas shopping now and :,ave 50% plus free gift with
every purchase. This is our way of saying Merry
Christmas to everyone! 59B1211
AMPEG VT-40 Guitar amp w/4-10" speakers. Top
condition. $300. Jack, 9964949. 83B1205
EAST QUAD Male Double for sale. Will sell
separately or together. Call 764-4601. 71B1205
FOR R ENT
CHEAP RENT!!! Only $100/month! Assume my
lease in male 2 bedroom apartment (2-sink
bathroom, kitchen w/dishwasher). From January-
May and you'll pay $100/month. 933 Dewey No.6. Ten
minutes from UGLI, 6 from A&P. Call Steve, 663-
0902! 74C1205
t BEDROOM inm 2 bedroom apartment for two
females. $155 each. 663-3536 . dC1204
FURNISHED STUDIO. Available January. $240. 3
blocks Diag. 2 Blocks Burns Park. Heat paid. Laun-
dry. 996-0582evenings. 75C1205
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE

TWO BLOCKS FROM CAMPUS
Ideal for couple or two friends who seek above-
average living quarters. Freshly painted, natural
woodwork, cathedral ceilings, leaded windows.
$370/mo. includes all but elec. and cooking gas. 662-
9315. dC1208
$30 FREE for buying my lease. 4 person (male), 2
bedroom apt. $137.50/mo. 320 E. Madison. Call
DOUG (665-0977) persistently. dC1205
FEMALE housemate needed. Room available in
nice, comfortable house close to campus. 996-0789.
17C1212
SUBLET-Room in a quiet three bedroom South
Forest home. (Kosher). Lease from Jan-May. Call
665-0250. 15C1208
LARGE furnished bedroom for male in modern
apartment. Rent negotiable. 668-1807,764-2937.
11C1204
SINGLE ROOM in house. Good location. $140/month
plus utilities. Call Mike, 662-5765. 12C1208
RENT A BARGAIN-5 minutes from diag, 5 seconds
from Im building. Single room in four bedroom
house. $154.668-7491. 13C1208
CAMPUS-10 bedroom furnished house. $750.
Available now, lease through 8/31/82. Call 761-5515,
M-F, 9-5. 769-1121 evenings and weekends. 99C1212
DON'T MISS THIS: Incredible room available Jan.-
Aug. Ten minutes to campus. Ellen: 996-8031. 96C1206
KOSHER SINGLE BEDROOM IN TWO BEDROOM
APARTMENT. FUN ROOMMATES. Call Steve L.
996-5986. 91C1204
Female roommate needed to share large furnished
two bedroom campus apartment. Call 662-7867.
01C1210
SUBLET ROOM on Church with beautiful view
through 5 windows. 995-2385, Rod, evenings. 95C1206
FURNISHED ROOMS, suite, $150-up on campus, for
men. 995-3276. cC1211
FREE 1973 GRAN TORINO in good condition if you
take over my Dec. -Aug. lease for a one-bedroom fur-
nished apt. on E. University with pool, parking, A/C.
Call 996-0595 now! dC1204
ATTRACTIVE and available January 1st: Two
rooms in spacious, clean Old West Side house. Kit-
chen, laundry and parking. Easy walk to campus.
$165-175 plus 1/6 of utilities. Semester lease. 668-8873.
98C1206
EFFICIENCY in U Towers, Jan-April lease. Call 668-
0561 between 5 and 11. 73C1212
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. dC1206
WINTER TERM LEASE available in spacious, 3-
bedroom apartment. Very close to campus, quiet,
rent only $156/month. Call 761-9345. 89C1206
LUXURY ONE BEDROOM apt. available im-
mediaiely or Jan. 1. Call Vin 996-0071. 02C1203
SHARE SECLUDED 4-bedroom onHuron River.
Your own study, bath, bedroom. 996-9111. 72C1206
ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT CLOSE TO CAM-
PUS. 8 MONTH LEASE, $299.662-8504. 90C1208
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
COZY ROOM in great apartment near Med Center
and Rackham. $170/month heat included. Women
only. Lynn at 761-6664. 64C1204
MARKLEY DOUBLE female lease for sale.
Available immediately. Call 764-7799. Be persistent.
51C1203
LARGE BEDROOM, private bath in beautiful house.
$180/month. Veggie preferred. 761-8170,662-1868.
68C1206

FEMALE SINGLE AVAILABLE IN 3 BEDROOM
APARTMENT. IDEAL LOCATION-1 MINUTE
FROM CAMPUS. AVAILABLE END OF DECEM-
BER. CALL VALERIE, 662-7731. 60C1208
ONE BEDROOM available in three bedroom apar-
tment. Five minute walk to campus. $180.665-2161.
81C1203
TWO ROOM suite partially furnished with private
bath and refrigerator near Broadway Shopping Cen-
ter. Hot plate allowed. Immediate occupancy
$185/month plus electricity. 995-2002. 85C1206
QUIET, beautifully furnished one-bedroom apt.
Close to campus. $330/month. Call 994-0814. 79C1204
SUBLET AVAILABLE now through August for non-
smoking woman. Furnished efficiency, great
location. $265/month all utilities included. Call
Laurel at 763-1343, 761-6760 or 761-2116. 78C1206
CAMPUS. Two-bedroom apartment in older home.
Parking. Pets O.K. $330.665-4764, evenings.77C1205
SUBLET own room in spacious 2 bedroom apar-
tment. Furnished. Beginning January 1. Call 761-9630
' morning or evening. 76C1205
EFFICIENCY, furnished, on campus bus line at E.
Davis and Greene St. Immediate occupancy,
$220/month plus electricity. 995-2002. 86C1206
FURNISHED I bdrm. apt. Close to campus, pets
allowed. Sunny, spacious. $340. 994-5993. 02C1208
LARGE ROOM. Excellent location. Neat female.
Kitchen privileges. Call EVENINGS 996-9263.22C1205
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY
ATTRACTIVE 1, 2 & 3 BEDROOM APARTMENTS,
CONDOS AND HOUSES. GREAT LOCATIONS,
REASONABLE RENT. CALL MODERN MANAGE-
MENT FOR A TOUR. 668-6906/663-3641. 63C1213
$100 for entire bedroom. One now, another January.
Call Frank after 9 pm. 995-1112. 48C1208
2 BEDROOM furnished apt. 4 blocks to Rackham
Bldg. New carpet, parking. 662-7787. cCtc
.PHOTO SUPPLIES
NEED CASH? We buy used photographic equip-
ment. For more information call 665-6101. Purchase
Camera Shon. n112

STAR LIGHT, STAR BRIGHT. The greatest star will'
shine tonight! Good luck Kelly Schulz. I know you'll
succeed with the appearance of not really trying!
Love, IL dF1205
CHANUKAH MENORAHS, candles, dreidles, candy,
gift wrap, toys, etc. Beth Israel Gift Shop. 2000
Washtenaw. Chanukah shopping day-Sunday,
December 6, 10 am-4 pm. 10F1206
HERE'S HOW TO PAY LESS for a first-quality muf-
fler. Call Ann Arbor Muffler and get a price for your
car over the phone. 769-5913. 6cFtc
Shabbat
t at
Chabad
GUEST SPEAKER
Rabbi Doctor Rosenblum
from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
WILL SPEAK ON
"LIFE AFTER DEATH, THE SOUL,
REINCARNATION, RESURRECTION"
Friday, Dec. 4, 5:30 pm
CHABAD HOUSE 715 HILL, OFF STATE
For info 99-LEARN
No charge.
cF1204
SHABBAT AT HILLEL, Friday, Dec. 4: 4:45 Orth.,
5;00 Conserv., 6:00 Dinner (reserve by Friday noon).
tF1204
JEWISH GRAD STUDENTS are invited to another
great social event: a PARTY this Saturday, Dec. 5,
at 9:30 pm at 815 S. State No. 4. cF204
RUNS GOOD, no rust, thanks to special student
vitamin formula from theVillage apothecary. cFtc
EDUCATED PRISONER desires correspondence
from any females. All letters will be answered.
Please write! Antoine Evans No. 138870, P.O. Box E,
Jackson, MI 49204. 09F1211
ISRAELI POLITICS: The Outcome of the AWACS
Struggle. Union of Students for Israel meet with
AIPAC rep Jonathan Kessler at 8:00 pm, Thurs..
Dec ,3, at Hillel .rcF1203
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK, 769-0560
1217 S. University
__cF1212
FRATERNITY AND SORORITY PEOPLE Order
candy canes for your friends, little sibs, pledges, etc.
Only $1.00. They will be delivered to fraternity, or
sorority houses and dorms. Money raised goes to
SAFEHOUSE. For more info. call!Gamma Phi Beta
at 761-1520. dF1203
SKI VERMONT? Male grad student seeks com-
panion for Xmas ski trip. Share driving and lodging
expenses. 665.5067 persistently 84F1206
CHEAP COPIES!
Highest Quality! Fastest Service! Accu-Copy, 402
Maynard, 769-8338. cF1212
ERIC'S CLOSEOUT SHOES. Hey Bigfoot size 13.
Below cost. Down to size two. 406 E. Liberty, 2 blocks
off State. cFtc
Say it with BALLOONS. Helium filled bouquets
delivered. U of M party decorating. 995-2972. cF1212
Subscribe to the Daily

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. 93H1209
EXTRA INCOME-HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE
STUDENTS. Let American Youth Enterprises show
you our extra income and cash bonus program.
Unlimited potential. Set your own hours. Write San-
ford's-1704 20th St., Menominee Mi, 49858. 16H1204
COUNSELORS-ASSOCIATION OF INDEPEN-
DENT CAMPS seek qualified counselors for 75 ac-
credited camps located Northeastern U.S., July and
August. Contact: Association of Independent Camps
(UMI) 157 West 57th Street, New York, N.Y. 10019
(212) 582-3540. 97H1210
Information on ALASKAN and OVERSEAS em-
ployment. Excellent income potential. Call 312-741-
9780 ext.7089. 35H1212
ANN ARBOR restaurant has openings. Abilities to
write Chinese Call 981-2854 after 6:00. 89H1203
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
ANN ARBOR RESTAURANT has openings for
waitress, dishwasher, bartender, busboy. 981-2854 af-
ter 6:00. 58H1209

FEMALE ROOM MATE WANTED. Bedroom
available in beautiful house on Catherine. Well-
organized. 668-0161. 88Yi o6
T RAV EL
Bluebonnet Bowl Flights
From $254. Holiday Inn Astro Village 3 nights from
$34-quad occupancy. Call Great Places Travel, 208
E. Washington. 769-1776. 04P1212
SKI CROSS COUNTRY AT BROWNWOOD ON
BEAUTIFUL TORCH LAKE. Complete weekend
packages for $39-49/person. Includes lodging, trail
tickets, Saturday lunch and dinner, Sunday brunch.
Rentals, prof. lessons, guided tours, and day care
available on site. Over 1000 acres of fabulous skiing
overlooking Torch Lake and Lake Michigan. For
details call 616-544-5811 or write Box 218, Central
Lake. MI 49622. OP1212

ROOM FOR RENT, 715 Hill St. $150/month, utilities
included. Call David, 769-1459. 03U1212
ROOMMATE NEEDED to share 2 bedroom apar-
tment Grad student preferred. Rent negotiable. 996-
8740 82U 1205
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READY TO SCREAM? Individual counseling can
help. 665-7607-days/evenings. cJtc
TERM PAPERS, resumes, dissertations Quality
typing, reasonable rates, fast service. Maggie
Wayne, 973-7345. 70J1212
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
TYPING, PROFESSIONAL ALL TYPES
Call Noelle anytime, 971-2364
cJtc
wo 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.
0J12 12
THE PROFESSIONAL TYPE: Term papers, theses,
dissertations, resumes. Sandee 973-0375 or 485-8584.
cJtc
WANTED O BUY
MARY OUTLAW, if you can manage to escape the
bounty hunters, scramble on over to the Daily to pick
up your two free (not stolen) tickets to the State
Theatre. dK1203
WANTED: reasonably priced, reliable car. Call
evenings or leave message. 668-0412. 97K1205

IS THIS
WHAT YOUR
KISSES
TASTE LIKE?

ROOM AND BOARD in friendly, economical student
cooperatives. North central campus. Shared meals,
chores. Call IQC, 662-4414, 4002 Michigan Union.
clktc
Hey ANN GUST, don't let all that wind blow you
away before you come down to the Daily to pick up
your two free tickets to the State Theatre. dE1203.
EAT WELL among friends: Join the Student Co-op
Meal Plan. ICC, 4002 Michigan Union, 662-4414.

TONY AT LA
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1 Roman poet
5 Fairy of Persiar
lore
9 Biblical patriar
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Italian resort
15 Nerve-cell proc
16 Mild cigar
17 New York villag
19 Rent, food, etc.
20 Thin-
21 Come to terms

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MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR!
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209S. University
663-7151
' Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cF1212
WORKSHOP FOR SEPARATED AND DIVORCED
MEN AND WOMEN OF ALL AGES: Mutual Support
in Transition Dec. 4th-6th. $35 registration plus
ability to pay fee. Details from Bob Blood, Ph 1) . 769-
(x046. 'Co-leader, Leigh BrewsterMSW ) cF1203

If you smoke cigarettes,
you taste like one.
Your clothes and hair
can smell stale antd
unpleasant. too.
You don't notice it, but
people close to you do.
Especially if they don't
smtoke.
And non-smokers
are the best people to
lve. They live
lo nger.
AMERICAN
CANCER SOCIETY
This space contributed as a
public service

TIMOTHY KNOWLTON: Take a break from
studying to hop on over to the Daily to pick up two
free tickets to the State Theatre. dM1203
RESPONSIBLE couple looking to house-sit Jan.-
April Call Alex at 763-2162. 67M1207

CROSSWORD PUZZLE
by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
0;1981 Los Angeles Times Syndicate

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24 Direction
25 Indian princess
26 Mischiefmaker
27 Discharge
31 Wood strips
34 Moral flaw
35 Great Bear or
Great Slave
36 Et-
(and others)
37 King, and others
38 Girl friend,
in Amiens
39 Evidence of
carelessness?
40 Like parts of the
coast
41 "I should of stood

45 Hullo!
46 "- about
that!"
47 Ammo
50 Old Roman nick-
name
53 Jubilance
55 Early New
Zealander
56 City SE of
Raleigh, N.C.
58 Give approval
59 French pronoun
60 House
61 Place in Oregon
or Massachusetts
62 Ponce de-
63 Puts down
DOWN
1 Church
instrument
2 Left-hand page
3 "- what I say"
4 Busy bee
5 Handling clumsily
6 Man without a
country
7 Bird of Asian lore
8 Symphonious
9 Fall fallers
10 Suburb south of
Chicago
11 Merit
12 Legendary ship
13 Night light
15 16 7 8
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18 Nicknames for
nurses
22 Strides
26 Yukon city and
capital
27 Kudu's cousin
28 Poet's foot
29 Steinbeck
character
30 "- one say
more?"
31 Dip
32 Critic Woollcott,
to friends
33 Color
34 Famous role of
Marlene Dietrich
37 Confuse
41 Midwestern
Indians
43 Conduct accord-
ing to holy
scripture
44 Superb, in a way
46 Greeting
47 Flora and fauna
of a region
48 Element,

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