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age 6-Thursday, January 22,1981-The Michigan Daily

it you find your name and ad
dress in todays Mchgon Daiy
classified page
YOU WIN
TWO FREE TICKETS
to any one of
CAMPUS or
STATE 1-2-3-4
Midnight Movies

CLOCKIORK Quadrophenia
ORANRO~ii

Listitgqof movies
for a contest
sponsoored by
STATE THEATER
MIDNIGHT
SHOWS
Fri. & Sot.
Jan. 2324

S WINNERS EVERY DAY
No Contest To Enter
Jucc' aok through 'odor s(lono frnj Ads.
Fn.0,U of M. "vdecc'f.'.-if f'd ,
Homes h~ddttr, ,, -1-irif y, I
coame and addrss appearcoma 'cou
bccms,, ti,. dof7Mccvord 5' ..dt..n
40 hours. Two freeWa, , .i or o. Campus.
or a Stat f-334 Mdnigt veo.,f you
chicecwill11ba p'ac'rtd you. <ou~esV o
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LOST: Soft LEATHER CHANGE PURSE, Dec. 20.at
Union. Rachel, 663-1720. No questions asked. 50A0123
ELIZABETH STEINBAUM come on down from the
Hill and pick up your two free tickets to the State 1-2-
3-4 Theatres at the Daily. dA0122
FOUND: Men's watch at Yost Arena on 1/16/81. Call
663-2725. dA0122

ACT NOW
Two bedroom furnished modern apartment. In- U.J.A. Worker's Solicitation Training Session over
furnshedmodrn aartmnt.In- runc. 1:30 a.m. onSunday, Jan. 25 at Hillel, 1429
eludes: parking, laundry facilities, heat and water. HillSt cF0125
,Great for 3 or 4 persons.H

FRENCH TUTORING and LESSONS. Nine yrs. of
FRENCH-REASONABLE RATES, 663-6036.
62F0123
"GREASE"
MASS MEETING JAN. 26
at 7:30 pm in the
Pendleton Rm. of the Michigan Union
AUDITIONS-JAN. 27 and 28
for more info call UAC, 763-1107
38F0125
ANGRY AT YOUR MUFFLER? Maybe it's just
exhausted. Get rid of it by buying a new muffler over
the phone. 769-5913. 3cFtc
SHABBAT AT HILLEL, Friday January 23: Or-
thodox Minyan at 5:15; Conservative Minyan at 5:30;
Dinner at 6:30 (reservations by Friday noon). cFtc

DISSERTATION WRITING and other text com-
position on the Michigan Terminal System with
"TEXT EDIT" for writers with no previous com-
puter experience. For tutoring call 663-3625 after 10
pm. 90J0129
TYPING DISSERTATIONS and MAJOR PAPERS
by very experienced and accurate typist. 971-5647.
22J0125
TYPING, PROFESSIONAL, ALL TYPES. Call
Noelle anytime. 971-2364. cJtc
Write-on
" Copywriting
" Editing
" Research
* Overnight typing
996-0566
cJtc
TYPING, PROFESSIONAL, ALL TYPES
Call Noelle anytime, 971-2364.

RIDERS NEEDED. Going to San Francisco late
Jan. '81. Share cost. Call David Yuan, 99d6-5954.
75P0123
MUSICA L MDSE.,
R ADIOS? REPA IRS
CABLE SPINET Piano-less than 2 years old.Ex
cellent condition with bench. Best offer near $1100
Call evenings 995-2646. 57X01
WURLITZER ELECTRIC PIANO with ampeg amp.
Like new. Less than one year old. Best cash offer
near $550. Call 663-9942. 6X123
STUNNING STEREO IMPROVEMENT-PS'III
Phono preamp plugs into receiver, preamp, in-
tegrated amp. Also Connoisseur. BD-2A tt, Dynaco

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

Jewish Grad Students Veggie Potluck Brunch!!!
11:00 a.m. on Sunday, Jan. 25 at 117 N. Thayer (in"
Back). cF0125
SEE OUR COSMETICIAN for your make-up needs.
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. University Ave. 3cFtc
JOAN SKOWRONSKI, today is your lucky day. You
are the proud winner of two free tickets to the State 1-
2-3-4 Theatres. Come to the Daily and pick them up.
dFO122

LARGE ROOM IN 4 person house on West Side for
female. $155/mo. $125 security deposit, fireplace.
995-3608. 23C0122
ROOM IN APARTMENT for female. Beautiful,
spacious room $131/month. Call Carrie, 995-4977.
52C0128
WILLIAM WALDECK to celebrate the return of the
hostages come down to the Daily and pick up your
two free tickets you have won to the State 1-2-3-4
Theatres. dC0122
TWO ROOMS in 5 room semi-coop. vegetarian
house. Available Feb. 1. Negotiable. Granger near
State. $140/mo. plus utilities, Deposit required. 769-
1032. 58C0129
EFFICIENCY FOR RENT
Furnished, modern bldg., hear campus. $280/month.
761-7600 til 5. 49C0127
ON CAMPUS
I need a roommate to share my apartment. Call 668-
6906. cCtc
ATTRACTIVE I and 2 bdrm. apartments from $285
monthly. Heat included, no pets, close to U-M Med.
Center. Call 761-3404 between 11-4 p.m. 01C0123
Modern Two-Bedroom unfurnished apt. Immediate
sublet. Rent includes heat, water, laundry facilities,
and parking. 662-7787. eCtc
ARROWWOOD HILLS COOPERATIVE

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.
Campus Management, Inc.
337 E. Huron St.
663-4101
cCtc
ROOMS FURNISHED
Now Leasing Spring/Summer, Fall/Winter at a'
Jewish rooming house, $100/up, male only. 995-3276.
cC122
TWO BEDROOM four person apartment. 912 South
Forest, available for next school year, beginning this
May, Call663-6819. 3000122
TWO DOUBLES. 1/2 male double. Available in COED
fraternity. $120/mo. Kitchen space. Laundry. Call
761-5857. Ask for Janet or Mike. 58C0129
BEDROOM AVAILABLE in four bedroom co-ed
house. $130 plus electricity. May lease. Call 761-8948.
27C0122
APARTMENT AVAILABLE for immediate release
or sublet. Own room, on Ann Arbor Bus Line. Tennis,
swimming, sauna. Call Debra or Cindy, 971-9359.
26C0123
BEAUTIFUL 7 bedroom furnished house for lease.
Fireplace, washer-dryer. About $240/mo. for own
bedroom and utilities. For mature, financially
secure grads and upperclassmen only. Preference to
groups able to help with this summer's sublet. Apply
at 502 Elm St. 46C0124

WANTED AN ATTRACTIVE, intelligent young lady
to be the 1981 MICHIGAN HONEY QUEEN. For fur-
ther info.call (313) 731-8967. 65F0127
DESIRABLE MALE seeks exquisite Jewish
female-all replies confidential. P.O. Box 1811, Ann
Arbor, MI, 48106. 64F0129
Planning a trip to AMSTERDAM? How about some
brief DUTCH LESSONS. REASONABLE RATES.
663-6063. 63F0123
COUPLES WEEKEND WORKSHOP January 30-
February 1. Communication, negotiation, commit-
ment. $35 registration per person plus ability-to-pay
fee. Details from Bob Blood PhD, Margaret Blood
MA, 769-0046. cF0129
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.
1 TORAH-BIBLE
Mon. 7-8:30 pm-five books of Moses with commen-
'Mrv.
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

COOK NEEDED! Friday and Sunday atternoons,
about 9 hours per week. Good hourly pay. Call Hillel
663-3336 for information & interview. cH0129
SUMMER CAMP STAFF-Exciting program,
beautiful wooded setting, international staff.
SEEKING staff with strong interest in children,
mature, high values, swimming ability, camp
related skills. Counselors, waterfront director, canoe
leaders, American Indian specialist, environmental
specialist, kitchen, maintenance help. Interviewing
Jan. 27, call 764-7460, or contact YMCA Camp
Pinewood, Twin Lake MI, 49457 (616-821-2421).

WANTED: 2 bdrm apt. in complex or older home
close to campus for Fall '81. Looking for warm at-
mosphere, modern utilities, parking, and if possible,
fireplace. Call persistently, 764-9881, 764-9882, or 764-

CASH-for MOTORCYCLES. Any condition. Call

SENIOR WITH GOLDEN RETRIEVER looking fo
own room. Fall lease. Please call Mitch 662-9864. ,
67Y0201
Roommate wanted: Must be neat, nonsmoking male
student, preferably junior/senior level to share one-
bedroom apt. $167.50/mo. and some utilities. More
details call 668-0278. dYMt24
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED. I Bdrm. apt. Fur-
nished. $140/month, includes utilities. Call 769-3567,
eves 480124
MALERO WEATWANTEDJ
to share a furnished, one bedroom apt, on U of M
campus. Underground parking. Available now until
May or through August. Reasonable. Call 1-588-0088,
after 5 pm. 40Y0
Male roommate wanted to share modern, furnish
apartment close to campus. Available immediately.
Call 996-0635. 43Y0125
ROOM AVAILABLE for female in furnished 2-bed-
room apt. near campus. Equipped kitchen, car-
neting $210/month. includes heat. 995-3920. 16Y0131

CAMPUS
Furnished efficiency, 1,2,3, 4, Sand 6 bedroom apar-
tments and houses. Available May 1 and Sept. 1. No
pets. Year lease. 663-5609. 41C0125 .
ROOMS FOR RENT-Excellent location and ser-
vices. Call Tom.769-4116 or 995-5374. 37C0127

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
cCtc

SINGLE ROOMS-Jewish Males $265/mo. includes
utilities/10meals. 1620 Cambridge 764-2671. 56E0122

FURNISHED ROOMS
Now Leasing Spring/Summer, Fall/Winter at a
Jewish rooming house, $100/up, male only. 995-3276.
cC122
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
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LOU T R U f.N R UN I N
M 0 '0 A T E S 0 T 0 M I
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E T 0L LEINP EA LE
CH A S T RE
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A A TERS T A TE
R A S CAL R IG A
E E LS N A VA HOS
G° L DS T AGGE DOU T
E'L I 0T A L 0 AS T i
ODO U R M AU L P EON
L E NTO P E TE T AF T

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-
PRAYER BOOK
Thurs. 7-8:30 pm-understanding the meaning of our
prayers.
SHULCHAN ARUCH-'
CODES OF JEWISH LAW
Wed. 8-9:30 pm-a study of Jewish laws and customs.
CHASIDUS-A JEWISH
MYSTICISM
Wed. 7-8:30 pm-explaining the ideas of the esoteric
part of the Torah with an intellectual approach.
JEWISH HOMEMAKER
Wed. 8-9-30 pm-Challah baking, Shabbat, and
festival dinner cookings. cF0I22
MEEKREH FELAFEL STUDY BREAK-10:30 pm
on Thursday, Jan. 22 in Markley Concourse Lounge.
cF0122
MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR!
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
" 1209S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement &wedding rings

"FREE LUNCH"-for 4. hr. work on kitchen crew in
fraternity on State Street. 761-6281, ask for Dan.
51H0128
HOUSE CLEANER-Term or year-round. Three to
four hours a week. Occasional small amount of
ironing. Own transportation to small well-kept house
15 to 20 min. walk from campus. Reliable references.
$4.00/hour. 761-9068 evenings. 55H0124
"Sunday Funnies Comedy Troupe" is looking for a
director. Call UAC at 763-1107 for more info. 53H0128
PROFESSIONAL TYPING-Dissertations, term-
papers, manuscripts. Please call 995-3479. 61H0225
EXPERIENCED BUSDRIVERS needed for one of
Michigan's largest charter bus companies. Call 1-
963-8461. 47H0125
UNION ORGANIZER to organize in Low-wage shops
and stores in Detroit. Long hours, low pay. Exciting,
Challenging Work. Will train, 963-1842. 45H0127
FREE MEALS! For just 30 minutes of light work;
dishwashers. Excellent food, close to campus. Call
persistently for Sebastien, 996-5736. 33H0124
WORK STUDY STUDENT: typing, transcription
from taped interviews with handicapped survey
respondents.Dale 764-7206. 35H0128
WORK STUDY JOB-Nights, 4-10 pm. Office of
Financial Aid-Clerical work. $3.80/hour. Call Mrs.
Parnell 763-4309. 39H0 124
PRE-MEDICAL STUDENTS: Current Un-
dergraduate Pre-medical students may now com-
pete for several hundred Air Force scholarships, that
are for 1st and 2nd year medical students. The
scholarship provides for tuition, books, lab fees and
equipment, plus a $500 monthly allowance. Contact
Air Force MEDICAL OPPORTUNITIES, CHUCK
HALL at (313) 973-7704 or stop by 2500 Packard, Suite
208, Ann Arbor, MI 48104. cHtc
RESTAURANT HELP NEEDED: BUSSING, WAIT-
ING. THE LORD FOX. 662-1647.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED at S.O.S. Community
Crisis Center. Substantial training in counseling
skills. Call 485-3222. 13H0122
Asthmatics needed for drug study. $200. Call 764-2260
Mon.-Fri. 8 thru 5. 04H0124
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
WORK STUDY Positions in Biological Sciences for
laboratory assistants, typists, illustrators, Spanish
Translator, & Electronic specialists. Applicants
must have a work study award. See Ron at 2127 or
2117 Nat Sci or call 763-4253. 28H0124

wanted to ouy
SILVER COIN
American, 1964 and earlier:
LAKE'S GALLERY
215 S. State Street
WE ARE BUYING
SILVER
TOP PRICES PAID
LAKE'S
GALLERY
215 . STATE ST.
"0MO 129
ERCAN KEKISLAP the Daily is proud to announce
you have won two free tickets to the State 1-2-3-4
Theatres. So grab a date and come pick the tickets up
at the Daily. dN0122
LAWRENCE RUTKOWSKI come on down to the
Daily and pick up your two free tickets to the State 1-
2-3-4 Theatres. dX0122
PIRGIM
Student Board Positions Open
I. Office Manager
2. Media Coordinator
3. State Board Representative
Applications and information
4106 Michigan Union
Apply by Jan. 23, 1981
36M0 123
BASIC ALTERATIONS, quality work, reasonable.
Call after 5, 483-5973. xMtc

'73 MG Very good condition, $2500, 994-1471. cNtc
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 nurchaose. 99o1023

PHOTOGRAPHERS
WANTED
BRING EDITED PORTFOLIO
SHOWING VERSATILITY, HUMOR,
AND PRINTING ABILITY
2rid fl. Mich. Daily Mon., Jan. 26, 7:30pm

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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
ERIC'S FACTORY CLOSEOUTS. Footwear,
bodywear, swimwear. 406 E. Liberty, 2 blocks off
State. cFtc
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK, 769-0560
1217 S.University

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Daily Classified
764-0557
Daily Display
764-0554
Doily Circulation
764-0558

O'CONNOR TRAVEL SAYS "Let's go to Daytona
Beach during Spring break-just $195.00;" contace
Ellen 973-2467. 83P0123

inn Arbor's lowest Copy Prices
Fast, Full-Service Copying
Accu-Copy, 402 Maynard, 769-8338

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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
U1981 Los Angeles Times Syndicate

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ACROSS
1 Asian ruler
5 Stocking fabric
10 in -(in trouble)
14 Like some
liqueurs
15 Writer Michael -
16 Bamako is its
capital
17 Whimper
18 Baseball figure:
Phrase
20 "- like it is"
22 Author Orczy's
title
23 English detec-
tive's milieu
24 Times
25 Across the sea
27 Leeward isle,
St.-
31 Lendsa hand
34 Roman's "I love"
35 Ship planking
37 Cafe au -
38 Dusting powder
40 Important water-
way
41 Hence
42 San Juan or
Bunker
43 Ruth, Gehrig or
18 Across
45 Any Leonard
46 Take in
48 Old name for a
doctor
49 "Get your red
hots," for one

50 Melville's Tahiti
tale
52 Weblike tissue
54 "Who's-
Virginia Woolf?"
58 Prepares for
another war
61 Type of
dolphins
63 Wyoming's neigh-
bor
64 Indonesian
islands
65 Loire commercial
city
66 Tehran name
67 City near Troyes,
France
68 Violet-scented
root
69 "Pretty maids all
in -"
DOWN,
1 Deeply meditative
2 Feverish condi-
tion
3 Full name of a
great jazz
musician
4 Novelist St. John
5 Final battle-
ground
6 New York subway
7 Good portion
8 Singer Horne
9 - nous
(between our-
selves)
10 Open to reason'
5 r6 8 9

11 Full name of a
United States
president
12 Too bad
13 Relative of secs.
19 Israeli dance
21 Nettles
25 Earl Hines
26 "The way of a
man with "
28 Do a detective's
job
29 Oncle's wife
30 Indulge in a sport
32 Aggressive
person
33 - Point, Revo-
lutionary War site
36 Wife of Holy
Roman Empire
prince
39 Weather condi-
tions
44 Former Korean
president
47 Daily grind
51 Keats's "- a
Nightingale"
53 Novelist Hobson
54 Down with!: Fr.
55 Aft's opposite
56 - about
(approximately)
57 Beatles' number
59 Author de la
Roche
60 Creator of
"Pygmalion"
62 Hindu title

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