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

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Listing of movies,
for a contest
sponsored by
STATE THEATER
MIDNIGHT
SHOWS
Fri. & Sat.
Jan. 17-18

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 addressappear, come to our
business office at 420 Maynard St. within
48 hours. Two free tickets for a Campus,
or a State 1-2-3-4 Midnight Movie of your
choice will be presented you, courtesy of
The Michigan Daily Classified Depar-
tment.

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UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES MISCELLANEOUS

One bedroom townhouses $205.00. Two bedroom
townhouses $244.00. Three & Four bedroom
townhousesoccasionally available. Children & small
pets welcome. 665-3116.
Have a share in a community
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FEMALE LEASE WINTER '81. Oxford housing. 3
person apt. Kitchen, bath. Call Connie 764-1089 or 996-
9692 after 9 p.m. 69C0120
EXTRA LARGE EFFICIENCY for rent. For 1 or 2-
Need. 537 S. Division. 63C120
ACT NOW
Two bedroom furnished modern apartment. In-
cludes: parking, laundry facilities, heat and water.
Great for 3 or 4 persons.
We are also accepting applications for fall on our ef-
ficiencies, 1,2,3 bedroom furnishedapartments. Call
us to discuss your needs.

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DAILY LINE CONTRACT

Fall/Winter
Number of Weeks
line/week 13 26

Spring/Summer
N
line/week E
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READER/RESEARCHER
Good pay-interesting work-flexible hours-speed
reading exp.-bright, mature, dynamic person
w/teaching ability. Call Alan Jacks, 665-4465, 994-
4309. 15HI17
COUNSELORS: Qualified counselors needed for 75
member camps located Northeastern U.S., July and
August. ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT CAM-
PS, 157 West 57th Street, N.Y., N.Y. 10019 (212) 582-
3540. 83H0117
SCHOOLING
AEROBIC DANCE INSTR.
TRAINEES/$9-11/hr.
See my ad under business services
28H118
Part time receptionist/typist needed for office right
on campus; $3.75/hr. Call 995-5456. 41H0118
COMMUNITY EDUCATION
AEROBIC DANCE INSTR.
TRAINEES/$9-11/hr.
See my ad under business services.

lumber of Week.
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PROJECT COMMUNITY'SmSociology ofEducation
and the Tutor: Tutor U-M students and learn abqut
Sociology of Education issues for credit. Call 7tl-
3548, or drop by Michigan Union. 12M0120
Have fun, gain experience! Looking for people in-m
terested in working with female offenders. Varied
talents needed, credit available. Contact Project
Community-763-3548. 10M0121
EARN CREDIT through EXPERIENTIAL LEAR-
NING. Tudor adolescents through Inmate
Programs-Maxey Tutorial, Cassidy Lake-call
Project Community, 763-3548 or visit 2204 Michign
Union before January 27th. 09M0121.
Project Community still has tutoring field placemen-
ts in Elementary and Junior High Schools, Com-
munity Centers, and teaching English to Inter-
national Youngsters (ESL); also Geriatric and Men-
tal Health companionship projects for credit. Call
763-3548 or drop by 2204 Michigan Union. 11M012f
Leslie Fried of Benjamin come see us at the Daily
and while you are here we will give you the free
tickets to the State and Campus Theaters you have
just won. Congrats! dM0117
Charles Elder maybe this is your lucky day. At least
you have won free tickets to the State and Campus
Theaters already. Neat, uh? Come to the Daily and
pick them up. d0117

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Roommate needed for 2 bedroom apartment. Close
to campus. For information call 662-2701, ask for
Julie. 35C0118
Sublet; immediate occupancy. i male needed to
share 2 bedroom apartment with 2 others. 5 minutes
from campus. 996-3959. 34C0120
PERSONAL
GET READY MO-JO
IT'S COMING
JANUARY 23rd
--FO117
Robert A. Honor let the State and Campus Theaters
honor you with free tickets to their movies. Come to
the Daily and pick them up. dF0117
Famous Michigah Center Gerald Ford is a Michigan
Deke. 93F0118
DE LONG'S BAR-B-Q PIT
THE TASTIEST IN TOWN
Specialized in barbeque fare for over 15 years!
-SANDWICHES-
Barbeque Beef and Pork, Chicken, Fish
Trout, Corned Beef, and Pork Chops
-DINNERS-
Barbeque Ribs, Chicken, Beef, Pork
Fried Chicken and various Seafood
314 Detroit Street, Ann Arbor
Corner of Fifth, across from The Farmer's Market.
Mon., Wed., Thurs., Sun. 11:00 a.m.
Carryout or Home Delivery after 4:00
665-2266
eFte
Lox, Baagels, and the NEW YORK TIMES-What
could make for a better brunch? Sunday, Jan. 18, at
11:00 a.m. at Hillel.4429 Hill St. cF118
Israeli Folkdancing at Hillel on Sunday, Jan. 18: 12-1
p.m. Instruction. 1-3 p.m. Open Dancing. cF118
The Best Deli in Town! Sunday, Jan. 18 at 6:00 at
Hillel-Sandwich and sides $2, Kosher, of course.
cF118
Joe Paterno and Tom Landry are members of Delta
Kappa Epsilon. 95F0117
"On Learning to be Human: Exploring the'
Metaphors of Consciousness." A talk by Meir Fund
Brooklyn College) at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 18 at
Hillel, 1429 Hill St. cFll8
Seder for Tu Beshvat-a new form of an old
tradition. Join us at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 19 at
Hillel for dinner. Reservations please by Monday
noon. cF118
Rush Delta Kappa Epsilon during Rush Week, 1004
Olivia, 668-8998. 94F0118
ERIC'S FACTORY CLOSEOUTS. Footwear,
bodywear, swimwear. 406 E. Liberty, 2 blocks off
State.e cFt
May we help you with your non-prescription needs?
VILLAGE APOTHECARY, 1112 S. University. 4cFtc
"Jewish Interpretation of Dreams"-a study session
with Meir Fund at Hillel on Saturday, Jan. 17 at 1:30
p.m. Follows lunch: reservations by Friday noon.
cF0-17
Jewish Grad Student Party-9:30 p.m. on Saturday,
Jan. 17 at 1001 E. University No. 3-B. cF0117
COLLABORATIVE ART
SPACE
ALTERNATIVE ART EXPERIENCE
Non-credit art classes in photography, graphic de-
sign, calligraphy, quilting, more . . . Call the Guild,
763-4430, room 4310 Union. 56F0120

LSAT PREPARATION COURSE Reasonable
Rates-Experienced Teachers. Realm Tutoring Ser-
vice. Call 665-3579. 71F120
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK, 769-0560
1217S. University
cFtc
Classical guitarist looking for partner to play duets.
Not for money. Call Judy 665-1087. dF0117
Ann Arbor's lowest Copy Prices
Fast, Full-Service Copying
Accu-Copy, 402 Maynard, 769-8338
cFtc

TYPING, PROFESSIONAL, ALL TYPES. Call
Noelle anytime, 971-2364. cJtc
AEROBIC DANCE TEACHER WORKSHOP
Nat'l Aerobic Dance Instructors Assn. offering 1-Day
teacher training workshop in Detroit. Learn to teach
Aerobic Dance Excr. classes, qualified to earn $9-
$11/hr., work p/t, flex. days/eve, hrs. in Y, Health
Club etc. Near your home. Workshop incl. practical
job placement info. prey, dance exp. not rec. Cost-
$55 for workshop. Mastercard, Visa o.k. Call toll-free
1-800-328-7404, 24 hrs. A non-profit org. 26J118
TYPING
Fast, Accurate, Professional. Call Andy 996-5950.
48J0120
ANN ARBOR MUSIC TEACHER is now accepting
new voice and piano students. 769-1655. 84J0129
TYPING DISSERTATIONS and MAJOR PAPERS
by very experienced and accurate typist. 971-5647.
22J0125
TYPING, PROFESSIONAL, ALL TYPES
Call Noelle anytime, 971-2364.
cJtc

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PIRGIM
Student Board Positions Open
Office Manager
Media Coordinator
State Board Representative
Applications and information
4106 Michigan Union
Apply by Jan. 23, 1981

3rd ANNUAL NASSAU TRIP. Eastern and Delta
Airlines, MotelT Transfers, Service Charges from
$396, (Quad Occupancy. One week, Feb. 22-March I.
Only $223, limited space, sign up by 1/20. Great
Places Travel Consultants, 208 E. Washington. Call
769-1776. .14P1i18
WANT TO sail to the BAHAMAS? From Feb. 2l-28
($369), all meals included. For more info. call 76'
2538. 07P0117
SAIL BAHAMAS during SPRING BREAK. Leave
from Miami, cost $350. For information call (517)
456-7077. 14P0127
O'CONNOR TRAVEL SAYS "Let's go to Daytona
Beach during Spring break-just $195.00;" contace
Ellen 973-2467. 83P0123

Asthmatics needed for drug study. $200. Call 764-2260
Mon.-Fri. 8 thru 5. 04H0124
Alice J. Hamer it is my pleasure to tell you that you
have won free tickets to the State and Campus
Theaters. They are waiting for you here at the Daily.
dF0117
SUMMER JOBS. National Park Co's 21 parks, 4000
openings. Complete information $3. Mission Mtn.
Co., 651 2nd Ave. W. N., Kalispell, MT., 59901.
89H0129
JOB OPPORTUNITY
Applications for the Electrical Apprenticeship will
be available at the Vocational Education Office,
Room 111, Eberwhite School, 800 Soule Blvd., Ann
Arbor, MI on weekdays from 10:00 am. to noon acd
1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., beginning January 5, 1981.
Applicants must be residents of Washtenaw or
Jackson County or Unadilla. Putnam, Hamburg, or
Green Oak Township of Livingston County or Onon-
daga, Leslie, Stockbridge, or Bunker Hill Township
of Ingham County. In addition, applicants must have
been a resident of the above geographical area for
the twelve months prior to the date of application.
Applicants from outside the above geographical area
will NOT be accepted.
At the time of application, applicants must be 18
years of age, have completed high school, and have
passed one credit year of high school algebra or the
equivalent.
Completed applications must be returned to the
Vocational Education Office no later than February
13, 1981. Late applications, incomplete applications,
and applicants not meeting the above requirements
will NOT be considered for apprenticeship.
An Equal Opportunity Apprenticeship Program.
70H0117
Full and part time clerk at drug store. 971-1140.
53H01 18
WORK STUDY Positions in Biological Sciences for
laboratory assistants, typists, illustrators, & Spanish
Translator. Applicants must have a work study
award. See Ron at 2127 or 2117 Nat Sci or call 763-
4253. 54H0118

Write-on
" Copywriting
" Editing
* Research
" Overnight typing
996-0566

WANTED-DEAD BUG-Volkswagen bug in good
condition with hopeless engine or drive train. 995-
1008 ask for Bill. 78K0120

ROOM IN SUNNY, FRIENDLY HOUSE fo
grad/working woman. Veggie co-ed co-op. 994-6624.,
_____29U0i17
Sublet-2 bedroom apt., large, air, diswasher, cat
OK, near North Campus, hospitals, bus. No deposit.
Jan-Aug, Fall option. $375. 995-1038 or 973-7175 eves.
94U107
Own bedroom in 2 bedroom apartment with study,
air, disposal, laundry, partially furnished. Share
with grad student. Jan-Aug. $200. 668-2476eves.

ANTE iD: Idrm ap. in complex or older nome
close to ca npus for Fall '81. Looking for warm at-
moosphere, modern utilities, parking, and if possible,
fireplace. Call persistently, 764-9881, 764-9882, or 764-

WANTED- DEAD BUG-Volkswagon bug in good
condition with hopeless engine or drive train. 995-
1008 ask for Bill. 77N0120
JEEPS, CARS, TRUCKS available through gover-
nment agencies, many sell for under $200.00. Call
602-941-8014, ext. No. 4240 for your directory on how
to purchase. 99N1023
'67 Peugeot--for parts. Good Mechanically. Call
('rn en OA AnaNmiiN

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE

WANTED: Person to care for Golden Retriever
during school months. Gentle and affectionate wit
children. Expenses paid. Call 764-4866, after l0as
for Chris. 61T0121
ROOMMATES
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED for spacious sun-
ny West Side apartment. Rent $200. Includes
washer/dryer and parking. Phone 665-941:3 or 769-
1193. 18
MUSICA L MDSE.,
R ADIOS, RE AR
WURLITZER ELECTRIC PIANO with ampeg am
Like new. Less than one year old. Best cash offe
near $550. Call 663-9942. 06X123
Use Daily
Class if ieds

Edited by

Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
,01981Los Angeles Times Syndicate

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ACROSS
Wild card
Mideast Strip
Seep
Call forth

15 Astringent
16 Tools for pioneers
17 Connected, elec-
trically
18 Youthful fashion
20 Compass point
21 Small African
antelope
23 Glory; praise
24 Book page
26 One: Prefix
27 South American
capital
28 Chimed
30 Group of seals
31 Hit lightly
34 Brimless hats
37 Hem and-
38 Chaos in the
streets
39 Small cases,
European style
40 Route
41 Sierra-
42 French state
43 Faint
44 Near miss, in
horseshoes
45 Negative connec-
tive
46 Istanbul headgear

47 Schoolbook'
48 Boxing results, for
short
50 Girl of song
51 Gaping
55 1944 landing site
57 Hyde and Central
59 Mideast bigwig
60 Carplike fish of
the Mississippi
Valley
62 Moscow coin
64 Golden Rule word
65 Berne's river
66 See 50 Across
67 Enzyme endings
68 Scene of the Iliad
69 Bed features
DOWN
1 Gem
2 Sheeplike
3 Asian country
4 Just make it
(with "out")
5 Make over
6 Las Vegas activity
7 Likely story
8 New Mexico
Indian
9 Friend: Fr.,
10 Recycled hemp
11 Rust
12 Nothing
13 "The most" end-
ings

19 Go out of control
22 Backs' feats
25 Apple or grape
27 Base
29 Twice loser to
DDE
30 Reward for work
32 Top-notch
33 Winged: Prefix
34 Adolescent
35 Palindromic f
name
36 Sandstone
mineral

GIANT FLEA MARKET
Bargains, Antiques, Collectables, Furniture,
Jewelry, Anything and everything. 150 dealers, 6 pm-
10 pm Sat. and Sun. 214 E. Michigan, downtown Yp-
silanti. Dealers welcome. 971-7676. cW0419
Janel U. Koxyra I hope you can make it to the Daily
in all this snow because we have waiting for you free
tickets to the State and Campus Theaters. WOW!
dW01l7

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Bad actor
Spanish lariat
"The ,
Broadway hit
Law, to Caesar
Plaines
Onion relative
Dunce
Stuffed fellow at
Thanksgiving
Metric weights
Prefix for iliac
Makes fun of
Ten-percenter
Garden imple-
ments
Water, to Caesar
Sisters
TV's Jack
Bypass
Go to the plate
Mexican gold

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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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CHABAD HOUSE
launches learning sessions for the Winter semes-
ter, starting now, at the Chabad House, 715 Hill St.,
corner of-Oakland. No charge. Choose any topic you
like. For information, call 99-Learn.
READING HEBREW
Mon. 7-8:30 pm-a beginner's course in Hebrew
reading.
TORAH-BIBLE
Mon. 7-8:30 pm-five books of Moses with commen-
'-Gry.
NACH PROPHETS
Sun. 7-8:30 pm-a study in Samuel, Isaiah, etc. with
commentary.
MISHNAH
Tues. 8:30-10 pm-a systematic orientation in the
basics of Torah-law.
AVOS
Wed. 8 30-10 pm-ethics of the Bible.
TALMUD-ORAL LAW
Sun. 8:30-10 pm-a lively, challenging experience
examining the depths of Torah knowledge with
special emphasis on the logic, methodology, and
wisdom of Talmudic literature
THF rTDhDhTR..

NEED A SECOND CHANCE?

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Did you just settle for any
job because there wasn't the
time or money to get more
education after high school?
It's not too late.
If you want to continue
your education, no matter
what your age, study money

financial aid administrator at
the school you plan to attend,
or write to Box 84, Washing-
ton, D.C. 20044 for a free
booklet entitled "A Student
Consumer's Guide to Six
Federal Financial Aid
Programs'

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