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Page 6-Thursday, January 29, 1981-The Michigan Daily

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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
STATE 1-2-3-4
Midnight Movies

CLOCKWORK
ORANGE

MTALSAT 30 Listing of movies
for oacontest
Ul. dIiim"Im sponsored by
QuUUIopheiaUI STATE THEATER

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= His
to Hangups
o Are
® Hilarious!
a- nte IMu

La Cage
Aux FogIies
(Birds of a Feather)

MIDN IGHT
SHOWS
Fri. & Sat.
Jan. 3)-31

5 WINNERS EVERY DAY
No Contest To Enter
Just lookthrough tody'' 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 Michigan
Daily Classified Deportment.

_____________________________________________________ I

UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES

WRONG NUMBER in last week's ad for lost change
pprse. CALL RACHEL: 668-1720. 14A0129
LOST GOLD NECKLACE with bear pendant.
Reward offered! Call 662-756. 17A0204

1FQRD TORINO '74. West coast car. Excellent con-
dition. Also bunk beds. Call 994-0765. 16B0202
PIANO-1922 Hamilton upright (Baldwin Studio),
Bark green, rich sdund, $400,663-6412 evenings.
12B0203
TON-HSI CHEN although I can't pronounce yourf
name, you've won free tickets to the State Theatres
and they await you at the Daily. dB0129
POR SALE: Couch, end tables $225. Call after 5 p.m.
434-3249. 54B0128
16 Gremlin 6 cylinder, manual, one owner. $995.00.
-1314 after 5 p.m. 71B0130
O ROOMS Available in 5 bedrm apartment,
ckard-State Intersection, Jan.-Aug. occupancy.
5-5743. 99B0130
ARKING CLOSE TO B AND LAW SCHOOLS.
0/mo. Call Steve 663-0846. 90B0129
ack and white portable TV, good working con-
tion, great for dorm room, kitchen, 9" screen, $50
best offer. Bob 769-0680. 72B0130

ATTRACTIVE ONE AND TWO BEDROOM APART-
MENTS from $285/monthly. Heat included, no pets,
close to UM Med. Center. Available for Feb. and
March occupancy only. 12 month lease. Call 761-3404
between 11-4. 00C0210
ROOM AVAILABLE FOR MALE in beautifully fur-
nished 3-bedroom house. Sublet NOW-AUGUST.
Own large bedroom
Close to campus/CCRB
Equipped kitchen
Free Parking
Fireplace
Reasonable rent
Available Immediately!
663-5862
06C0131
U-M CAMPUS 6 BDRM. HOUSES, May and fall
leases. No pets. References required. 434-1195,
evenings. 87C0201
AVAILABLE NOW: Modern, Three bedroom apar-
tment. Split level, furnished, a/c. Great
location-close to campus, IM. 996-0335 day or night.
88C0129
Modern Two-Bedroom unfurnished apt. Immediate
sublet. Rent includes heat, water, laundry facilities,
and parking. 662-7787. cCtc
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
ATTENTION STUDENTS
DID YOU KNOW
that starting from $310/mo. you can have an apar-
tment with gas heat provided and racquetball mem-
bership, and it's only 10 minutes from campus?
Come see us today at
HIDDEN VALLEY CLUB APARTMENTS
761-8910 Mon.-Fri. and 11-4 Sat. & Sun.
11C0208
LARGE ROOM with ' bath. Fall option. $165/mo.
Available immediately. 995-5674, call persistently.
05C0201
Available a single in East Quad. Call Josh Singer
evenings at 662-1590. 03C0130
Parking space central campus at 1328 Geddes,
$15/mo. Call Chris 995-9405. 02Co201
FALL OCCUPANCY
Modern 3 or 4 person furnished 2 bedroom apar-
tment, two blocks to diag, near CCRB. Free parking,
A/C, washer & dryer, storage lockers.
Fall listings of furnished efficiency, 1 and 2 bedroom
apts. in older campus homes are now available at our
office.
337 E. Huron St., corner of Division and Huron,
across from the Ann Arbor News.
Campus Management, Inc.
663-4101

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DAILY LINE
Pall/Winter
Number of Weeks
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RESTAUAxN T HELP NEEDED: BUSSING, WAIT-
ING. THE LORD FOX. 662-1647.
BICYCLE MECHANICS
Part time andfull time openings available. Call bet-
ween 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. THE PEDAL CENTRE. 994-
5600 Plymouth Rd. at U.S. 23.
23H0208
FULL & PART TIME STUDENT JOBS. $7 per hour
starting. 15-20 hrs. per week & car necessary. Call
485-1145 Th-F, 1-4. 27HO129
RESEARCH POSITIONS
AVAILABLE
Students with work study allocations interested in
the mass medias treatment of affirmative action
programs, nuclear energy and plant closings are
needed as research assistants for a project now
being conducted by the Center for Research on Social
Organization. We are particularly interested in
hiring students who are not yet seniors and who will
be here through part of the spring/summer break
and next year. Beginning salary is $4.50/hour with a
small increase after training is complete, Interested
persons should call Koko or Linda 764-7487 during the
day. 21H0204
SUMMER POSITIONS OPEN-Waterskiing, swim-
ming, music, athletics, horseback riding, arts 'n
crafts, and general counselors needed for Jewish co-
ed camp in Eagle River, Wisconsin. special teen
program. Administrative positions. Contact Sheryl
Stein 996-9427. 20H0215
COLLEGE STUDENT for part-time employment
looking up phone numbers. Own hrs. Good pay. Call
Mr. Smith, 761-3919. 07H0204
FRFDERICK ULLRICH-come on over to the Daily
to pick up your free tickets to the State or Campus
Theaters .irdH29Q

Inch rates available for'contracts over 54 lines per week.

CAMPUS-FALL
0We are currently leasing efficiencies, 1 bedroom, 2
bedroom & 3 bedroom, modern, furnished apartmen-
ts for next fall. Stop by or call Dahlmann Apartmen-
ts, 543 Church, at So. Univ. 761-7600. cC0419
ROOM IN quiet four bedroom house. Kitchen,
dparking, dryer, $135/month. Call Larry 994-3386.
t1' 25C0201
FURNISHED MODERN 1-2-3 bedrms. Walking
distance to central campus. 769-9283, 994-5060.
24C0208
t KIMBERLY CORRELL-free tickets to the State or
sCampusTheatres await you at the Daily. dC0129
ROOM FOR RENT. 523 Packard, Room C. One block
from campus. Call Brenda at McKinley Properties.
769-8520 ext. 44. 19C0204
a ROOM IN APARTMENT for female. Beautiful,
spacious room $131/mo. Call Carrie, 995-4977.15C0201
'ARE YOU READY for fall? Wide selection of houses
wand apartments on campus from efficiencies to
whole houses. Modern & older homes, many unique.
jCome see our many listings at: 811 Church. Mc-
KINLEY PROPERTIES, 769-8520. 79C0130
ON CAMPUS
I need a roommate to share my apartment. Call 668-
6906. cCtc
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
MOLAR 1LSE T A S M
ATONE NOEL ARC'A

Tw UUUBLES. '2 male doubie. Available in COED
fraternity. $120/mo. Kitchen space. Laundry. Call
761-5857. Ask for Janet or Mike. 58C0129
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
U-M CAMPUS 6 BDRM. HOUSES, May and fall
leases. No pets. References required. 434-1195,
evenings. 87C0201
SUMMER SUBLET for efficiency apartment near
campus. Fall option available. 769-4695 nights.
68C0131
OWN BEDROOM in 2 bedrm. apt. Female only to
share with same. Immediately thru April: option to
continue after April. Partially furnished $135/mo.
995-0717 persistently. 73CO131
NEW HOMES-FALL
New homes with fireplace, three or four bedrooms,
full basement. Approx. 1P/2 miles from Campus.
Dahlmann Apartments 543 Church.761-7600. C0419

JOIN HEUALY sNWST A"F
Mass meeting tonight, Thursday, Jan. 29 at The
Daily, 420 Maynard, 7:0 p.m. dF0129
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIOS
209S. State
665-8001
Repairs, Custom Made
instruments, lessons, accessories,
cFtc
ANGRY AT YOUR MUFFLER? Maybe it's just
exhausted. Get rid of it by buying a new muffler over
the phone. 769-5913. 3cFtc
HAPPY 21 ADINA
09F0201
SEE OUR COSMETICIAN for your make-up needs.
Village Apothecary,1112 S. University Ave. 3cFtc
STEPHEN FLETCHER-you've won free tickets to
the State Theaters. Pick them up at the Daily.
dF0129

BAICALTER1AIONS, quanty work, reasonaie.
Call after 5, 483-5973. xMtc
HAPPY BIRTHDAY Marc Baker. Keep scuba diving
and all good things. Love, Sue. 26M0129 g
INTERESTED IN BECOMING A SOUND
ENGINEER! Eclipse Jazz is offering a sound cour-
se. Professional instruction'and hands on training.
Limited sound work available upon completion. 16
weeks/$50. CallEclipse. 763-5924. 18M0201
BETHANY RAINES-you've won free tickets to the
State or Campus Theaters & you can pick them up at
the Daily. dM0129
t SITU A TIONS W ANTED
Learn to fly-be a pilot. Call Gary 663-7007. 0400201
East African will teach Swahili, Africa's' inter-
national language. Omari 764-5517 or 995-2723.
8900130
SUBLE T
POSH SUBLET: May 1-Sept. 1. Five minutes to
Diag. Dishwasher, disposal, modern kitchen.
BRAND NEW furniture, carpet. Parking, laundry,
OUTDOOR PATIO. 3 bdrms./3 people. Reasonable'
rent. Abbey Apts. 909 Church. Call anytime, 996-9325.
69U0129
ONE BEDROOM in large two bdrm apt., Feb.
Aug., dishwasher, A/C, balcony. 668-6929. 86U0129-
Sublet at the Chalet! Two bedrooms available for
spring-summer terms in a balconied, air-
conditioned, dishwashered, three bedroom apar-
tment. At Geddes and Observatory. Call: 662-4422.
dUo130
' ROOMM A TES
ROOM AVAILABLE for female in furnished 2-bed-
room apt. near campus. Equipped kitchen, car-
peting. $210/month, includes heat. 995-3920. 16Y0131
MALE NEEDED to share 2 bdrm. apt. Very close to
main and medical campuses. Fall option. Call 994-
0540, persistently. 13Y0124
Female roommate needed: spacious2 bedrm. apt.
close to campus, furnished, laundry fac., parking,
$135/mo. available NOW. Call 995-3962 early a.m. or
eves. 01 Y0201
MAL7E ROMMATE WANTED:
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. 40Y0203
MALE OR FEMALE, own bedrm in 8 bedrm house
near campus. 662-9620. 80Y0129
SENIOR WITH GOLDEN RETRIEVER looking for
own room. Fall lease. Please call Mitch 662-9864.
67Y0201
SENIOR WITH GOLDEN RETRIEVER looking for
own room. Fall lease. Please call Mitch 662-9864.
67Y0201

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COMM-DATA SYSTEMS INC.
MILFORD
has a supply of Commodore Pet
professional computers in stock.
* Each comes complete with *
--high level basic interpreter in ROM
-8kof memory (expandable)
--cassette tape unit
-attached green screen
-large keyboard
-full 90 day factory warranty
Special sale price to students and staff.
Limited time offer. Financing available.
Phone for details Comm-Data Systems
(313) 685-0113
22F063

Formerly of Sir Edward
is now with SNIPS Salon
100 S. 4th Ave. 668-1453
cJtc
Write-on
" Copywriting
" Editing
" Research
" Overnight typing
996-0566
cJtc
DISSERTATIONS. Term papers. Professional
proofreading, editing, re-phrasing. Reasonable
rates. Call 996-4477 from_6-9 p.m. 10J0206
DISSERTATION writing and other text composition
on the Michigan Terminal System with "TEX-
TEDIT" for writers with no previous computer ex-
perience. For tutoring call 663-3625 after 10 p.m.
90J0129
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, PROFESSIONAL, ALL TYPES
Call Noelfe anytime. 971-2364.

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EROS ATON RAVEN
DINE GONG SEEDY

COMMUTER STUDEN'TS-Cozy, northwest Ann
Arbor home-Room available. Call 995-0294, eves.
and weekends. 78C0129
Room for rent. Excellent location, close to campus.
$115/mo.Call: Stu 663-3164 or 1304 Geddes. 32C0129
ARROWWOOD HILLS COOPERATIVE a.
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
FURNISHED ROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH AND
REFRIGERATOR. One block from University bus
stop at Greene and East Davis. $170/month plus
utilities. 995-2002. 96C0206
'ROOM FOR LEASE, excellent location.,$145/mo.
Call Robin after 5, 994-3296. Female only. 91C0129
r

OUrL WrSrENu wutSHur Januar
February 1. Communication, negotiation, com
ment. $35 registration per person plus ability-to
fee. Details from Bob Blood PhD, Margaret B
MA, 769-0046. c]
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK 769-056
1217S. University
HELP NEW STUDENTS NEXT FALL: Be a
Orientation Leader. Applications available at
SAB until Friday, February 6,1981. 85
MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR!
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond

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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe

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ACRQSS
1 Ritzy
5 Vanished
10 Canvas
14 Concept
15 Hide
16 Friend,
in Paris
17 Noble
18 Centers
19 Breath: Suffix
20 "Footprints on the
-- time"
22 Railroad ships
24 Edward, to some
26 Marrakesh moun-
tain backdrop
27 Overseer
31 Muffin
32 Piece of informa-
tion
35 Wind-measuring
instrument
37 Large game fish
38 - name
39 Neither's
partner
40 Fields
41 Refusals
42 Potpourri
44 Fortunate ones
45 Instrumentalist:
Abbr.
1t 1i 2 r4_

1981 Los Angeles Times Syndicate
46 Long Island
village in Nassau
Co.
47 nez
49 Period
50 Man in charge
54 Receive
58 Pro -
59 Musical start
61 Moderate
62 Spoken
63 Lots
64 Golden -
65 Conceal in the
hand-
66 Cousins of a28
Down
67 Winter vehicle
DOWN
1 Lulus ,
2 Small theaters
3 Recognized
4 Everybody's prob-
lem
5 Media regulatory
agcy.
6 Asian nation
7 Leaf stalk sheath
8 Vitamin-rich
kernels
9 Snug settler
10 Fathers
11 All: Prefix

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Mortgage
Rural settings
Attack
Male animal
Monk's title
Big: Pref ix
Garden product
Granular snows
Revival
Years of one's life
Turkish decree

34 Postulate
36 Sanskrit school
37 Enthusiastic
campaigners
40 Greek gathering
place
42 Type of
timepiece

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Always
Eleventh century
date: Rom.
Sacred song
-nous
Thespian's need
- avis
Among others
Long journey
Heavy hammer
Emerald, for one
- up for golf
WW 11 intelligence
org.

1 1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cFtc
DESIRABLE MALE seeks exquisite Jewish
female-all replies confidential. P.O. Box 1811, Ann
Arbor, MI, 48106. . 64F0129
FREE TUTORING in lower level science and math.
MWTh 7-11 pm, UGLI and Bursley, by Tau Beta Pi.
15F0405
ERIC'S FACTORY CLOSEOUTS. Footwear,
bodywear~, swimwear. 406 E. Liberty, 2 blocks off
State. cFtc
Reform Jewish Students are all invited to an infor-
mal Study/Discussion Session at Hillel on Friday,
Jan. 30at 7:15 p.m. eF0130
Shabbat at Hillel on Friday, Jan. 30: Conservative
services at 5:45 (study session at 5:15), Orthodox
services at 5:45, Dinner at 6:45 pm. (reserve by
Friday noon), Reform Discussion Group at 7:15 pm,
and ONEG SHABBAT with archaeologist Yigal
Shiloh from Hebrew University: "New Ar-
chaeological Discoveries in the City of
David-Biblical Jerusalem" at 8:15 pm. dF0130
Ann Arbor's lowest Copy Prices
Fast, Full-Service Copying.
Accu-Copy, 402 Maynard, 769-8338
cFtc
Get off our
h h horse
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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
WORK-STUDY person needed by firm involved in
soft-ware development and social science research
for general office, light bookkeeping, receptionist
activities. Call Kathy Feldkamp 663-4219, Michigan
Evaluation Resource Center. 97H0131
SUMMER JOBS. National Park Co's 21 parks, 4000
openings. Complete information $3. Mission Mtn.
Co., 6512nd Ave. W.N., Kalispell, MT.,'59901.
89H0129
COOK NEEDED! Friday and Sunday afternoons,
about 9 hours per week. Good hourly pay. Call Hillel
663-3336 for information & interview. cH0129
Models needed by photographer. $10.00 per hour. Call
Brian 668-4068. 84H0206

"I APPLIED MYSELFAND GOT
FEDERAL STUDY MONEY."
-Robin Clark
"My parents help pay my college tuition, and I also work part-time. But
last year I realized I might not have enough money to continue my education.
"Then I found out about the Middle Income Student Assistance Act.
It provides more aid thlan ever before for education after high schobi.
"I applied and found out that I was eligible for a Basic Educational Oppor-
tunity Grant (BEOG). You should also apply to see if you qualify for BEOG
or one of the other programs available to almost all
students enrolled in colleges or technical schools.
"If you'd like to get more education and
need study money, do what I did. Write to
Box 84, Washington, D.C. 20044 and ask
for a free booklet. It' called "A Student
Consumer's Guide to Six Federal Finan-
cial Aid Programs" Then get in touch
with the counselor or financial aid admin-
istrator in the school of your choice for
help in applying. (And be sure to com-
plete the forms carefully so you will be
eligible for the help you need!) '
"Remember: If you want education
after high school and need financial
assistance to get it, "IT'S TIME TO
APPLY YOURSELF."
I" I I I IW e

Yateduto uy
SILVER COIN
American, 1964 and earlier.
LAKE'SGALLERY
215 S. State Street
WE ARE BUYING '
GOLD AND'.
SILVER
TOP PRICES PAID
LAKE'S
GALLERY
215 STATE ST.
"M0129
WANT TO HAVE FUN? Join laugh track. Mass
meeting Thursday, Jan; 29, 7 p.m. UAC office 2nd
floor Union. 92M0129

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