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6-Sunday, January 18, 1981-The Michigan Daily

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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ND: STETHOSCOPE, blue, at the corner of N.
ls and E. Ann. 764-8158. dA0120
ND: Prescription glasses with yellow case.
id in MLB 31/14/81. Call 996-8676. dA0121

ENDER ROADES FOR SALE! 1980 model. ESx-
-Ilent condition. Call Mike 665-1119. 05B0124
OR SALE! Two Pentax spotmatic cameras
/55mm F1.8. $140 each, 18 mm fisheye $135. 135 mm
5. 35 mm $85. Argus flash $20. Filters. Call 665-6562

i room with two professional women in quiet
se. Parking, laundry; convenient to University
public transportation. Susan, Lynn 665-2487.
42C0118
RY FREEMAN of Markley, get yourself down to
DAILY building to pick up your free tickets to
npus or State 1,2,3,4 midnight movies.
dC0118
et, female roommate needed. 1 bedroom, fur-
hed. Non-smoker. Call 662-9330. 22C0121
om in warm, spacious, 4 bedroom house. Near
ipus, available now. $125. Call 994-3386. 030120
E BEDROOM apartment, roomy, $300/mo.,
ilable May 1.662-7662. 65C0121
O BEDROOMS AVAILABLE in Co-ed house close
ampus. $125/mo. Call 761-8948. 08C118
CENTLY REMODELED 2 bedroom apt. Good
tion in Ypsi. $300/month. No pets. Available af-
Feb. 1. Call 483-589010 am-6 pm. 37C0120
FURNISHED ROOMS
v Leasing Spring/Summer, Fall/Winter at a,
rish rooming house, $100/up, male only. 995-3276.
cC122
GLE ROOM in nice furnished 2 bedroom apar-
nt available for female. Call Penny, 665-4305..
86C0118
[TES I-Male lease in double suite, winter term.
4010 after 4 p.m. 82C0120
re double room in furnished 3 person apartment.
it negotiable. Male preferred. 662-5107. 76C0121
REE BEDROOM HOUSE and full basement.
0 baths. $400/mo. plus $400 down deposit. Call
-1832. Can be seen any afternoon. 59C0121
0 DOUBLES. 1/ male double. Available in COED
ternity. $120/mo. Kitchen space. Laundry. Call
5857. Ask for Janet or Mike. 58C0129
ON CAMPUS
ed a roommate to share my apartment. Call 668-
cCtc
TRACTIVE 1 and 2 bdrm. apartments from $285
nthly. Heat included, no pets, close to U-M Med.
iter. Call 761-3404 between 11-4 p.m. 01C0123

Need 1 person to share classic Burns Park home. 994-
1576. 38C0121
FEMALE LEASE WINTER '81. Oxford housing. 3
person apt. Kitchen, bath. Call Connie 764-1089 or 996-
9692 after 9p.m. 69C0120
EXTRA LARGE EFFICIENCY for rent. For 1 or 2-
Need. 537S. Division. 63C120-
Modern Two-Bedroom unfurnished apt. Immediate
sublet. Rent includes heat, water,, laundry facilities,
and parking. 662-7787. cCtc
ARROWWOOD HILLS COOPERATIVE
One bedroom townhouses $205.00. Two bedroom
townhouses $244.00. Three & Four bedroom
townhouses occasionally available. Children & small
pets welcome. 665-3116.
Have a share in a community
_ctc
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 furnished apartments. Call,
us to discuss your needs.
Modern Management
418 East Washington
668-6906
cCtc
ROOM IN APARTMENT for female. Beautiful,
spacious room $131/mo. Cali Carrie 995-4977. 74C120
JANUARY RENT FREE! Share large room in 6
bedroom house. Jan.-May lease. Rent negotiable.
Call 663-9342. 73C118
SUBLET/MALE immediate vacancy. 2 minutes
from campus. Sunny large room. $177.50/month. 994-
0853. 72C120
FALL OCCUPANCY
Modern two-bedroom 3 or 4 person furnished apart.
two blocks to diag, near CCRB. Parking, A/C,
washer & dryer, storage lockers.
Our fall listings of furnished efficiency, 1 and 2
bedroom apts. in older campus homes is now
available.

UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES
Words 1 2 3 4
0-14 1.70 3.40 4.60 5.80
15-21 2.55 5.10 6.90 8.70
22-28 3.40 6.80 9.20 11 .60
29-35 4.25 8.50 11.50 14.50
36-42 5.10 10.20 13.80 17.40
43-49 6.80 11.90 16.10 20.30
DAILY LINE CONTRACT
Fall/Winter Spring/Summer
Number of Weeks Num
line/week 13 26 line/week 6
12 .34 .31 10 .34
18 .33 .30 15 .33
24 .31 28 20 .31
30 30 .27 25 .30
36 28 .26 30 .28
42 .27 .25 35 .27
48 .26 24 40 .26
54 .24 .23 45 .24
60 .23 .22 50 .23
Inch rates available for contracts over 54 lines per week.

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Campus Management, Inc.
337 E. Huron St.

663-4101
cCtc
ROOMS AVAILABLE in Fraternity next to Union.
Good food. Parties. Sauna. Parking. Weight room.
Free laundry. Two big rooms suite. Much more.
$275/month. 5 spaces available. Call John 995-8833.
17C0118
Ann Arbor Y
Single, private rooms for men and women located in
a clean, attractive dormitory style hotel. Centrally
located in downtown Ann Arbor near U of M Central
Campus. A weekly rate of $56 plus tax or a daily rate
of $15 plus tax includes daily maid service,.coin
operated laundry facilities, snack bar, swimming
pools, gym and weight room (inludes Nautilus),
sauna and racquetball courts. AATA (city bus) tran-
sfer station and municipal parking facilities are ad-
jacent to the Y. The Ann Arbor Y is located at 350 S.
Fifth Ave. Phone 663-0563. 19C0118

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T EX T Roommate needed for 2 bedroom apartment. Close
S U E A A R to campus. For information call 662-2701, ask for
A K S A G A Julie. 35C0118
C K K 0 P E K Sublet; immediate occupancy. 1 male needed to
R E - R EN E share 2 bedroom apartment with 2 others. 5 minutes
0 Y P10IS TS from campus. 996-3959. 34CO120

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

ACROSS
1 Maker of knight.
wear
8 Crafty one
15 Foot, for one
16 Countryman: Sp.
17 Freed on good
behavior
18 Rice dish
19 City on the
Danube
20 Book of the Old
Testament
22 Parcel's com-
panion {
23 Cat with a shaggy
mane
25 Horses of a cer-
tain color
27 One of Aber-
deen's two riversĀ°
28 Suffix meaning
"little one"

46 Historic river of
NE Spain
47 TV's Conway
48 Cactus feature
50 Portrayed
51 Much excited
53 Milk curdler
56 Give-try
57 Versailles villa
59 Last one on the
bus
61 Place to wear a
ring
62 Maddened
63 Ore refinery
64 Glossy fabrics
DOWN
1 Small medicine
containers
2 The way it is, in
Paris
3 Woodchuck's,
cousins
4 Bear, in Barce-
lona
5 Govern
6 Start of a Cock-
ney toast
7 Mended zithers,
viols, rackets, etc.
,8 Lavish meal
9 Stone heap
10 Word on a towel
11 Fabulist of fame:
Var.
12 Torero

13
14

Implore
Vocal fans

Expert repairs ... Instruments custom made.. . 20
years experience . . . Guaranteed work . . . Electric
and Acoustic. Harp. Guitar, Dolcimer, Banjo, etc.
Herb David Guitar Studio
209 S. State, 665-8001
JEFF MODELL of Packard, make room in your
busy schedule 'to pick up your free tickets to the
Campus or State 1,2,3,4 midnight shows. dF0118
J. P. MORGAN was a Deke. 98F0118
Under The Rose
ESCORTS
Call: 663-7222
24F0118
R. SARGENT SHRIVER and George Bush are both
Dekes. 96F0118
Men's encounter/support group forming. In-
terested?
Call Kostos 663-1272, Adam 662-0227. 20F0120
Rush Deke during Rush Week, 1004 Olivia, 668-8998.
97F0118
NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE'S scarlet letters were
DKE. 02F0118
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
ROOMS FURNISHED
Now Leasing Spring/Summer, Fall/Winter at a
Jewish rooming house, $100/up, male only. 995-3276.
cC22
Robert Peary took the Deke flag with him to the Pole
while Alan Bean had one with him on the moon.
99F0118
KOSHER KORNER
Kosher Restaurant is now open, delicious home-
made lunches and dinners are available daily upon
request, and also meal plans. Call 665-6211. cF0122
Famous Michigan 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
cFtc
Lox, Baagels, and the NEW YORK TIMES-What
could make for a better brunch? Sunday, Jan. 18, at
11:00 a.m. at Hillel, 1429 Hill St. cF118
Israeli Folkdancing at Hillel on Sunday, Jan. 18: 12-1
p.m. Instruction. 1-3 p.m. Open Dancing. cF118
"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. cF118
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. eF8
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. cFtc
The Best Deli in Town! Sunday, Jan. 18 at 6:00 at
Hillel-Sandwich and sides $2. Kosher, of course.
cF118
LSAT PREPARATION COURSE Reasonable
Rats-Experienced Teachers. Realm Tutoring Ser-
vice. Call 665-3579. 71F120
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
"on. 7-8:30 pm-a beginner's course in Hebrew
reading.
TORAH-BIBLE
Mon. 7-8:30 pm-five books of Moses with commen-
9rv.
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.
THE SIDDUR-
PRAVER nOOK(

21 Performs horticul-
turally
24 Wise man of
Greek mythology
26 Loud military
salute
29 Carver's
implement
31 Oxidized
33 Tittles
34 Twining stem of
a plant
36 Certain football

37
38
39

strategies
Turns
Witty saying
French recollec-

29
30
32
34
35
36
37

Colored
23 Across, some-
times
Certain meetings
Speaks (out) with-
out thinking
Chinese society
Mil. units
Way off

tion
40 Metrop. on the
Ohio
41 Condense, as a
book
42 Like certain
fashions for the
young
43 Baker and Duff
45 Dog at a picnic?
49 Look into
52 Audacity: Colloq.
54 Historic volcano
55 Pastry
58 Word with waste
or want
60 No, in Aberdeen

40 Memorial near
Downing Street
44 "Salome," for one
45 Mate

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