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Page 6-Thursday; February 5, 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

A SListing of movies
for a contest
fUiabmpL"im sponsored by
Qwuadropheia~ STATE THEATER

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= His
Hangups
Are
andMaude4

La Cage
Aux Follies
(Birds of a Feather)

MIDNIGHT
SHOWS
Fri. & Sat.
Feb. 6-7

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 address appear, come to our
business office of 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 Department.

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UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES

Lost-wire frame glasses near ivision & nuron.
Call 665-1416. 74A0206
Drew Montag of terrace Lane, you are the lucky
winner of two free tickets to the movies at State or
Campus Theatres. Come on down and pick up your
tickets at the Daily. dA0205

1I AMC Hornet, 4 door wagon, PS-PB-auto-snow
tires-new exhaust-clean-40,000 mi-runs good-recently
tuned. Seeit corner E. Stadium Blvd. & Oneida P1.
Will consider reasonable offers near $2000. Call 663-
3634 after 5:30. 97B0210
CONCERT PHOTOS
UNLIMITED
Front row shots of various performers which in-
cludes rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen and many
/others. Call 764-9745. 76B0205
NAKAMICHI 550 with accessories. Call Paul, 995-
5381. 62B0206
77 NOVA four door, power steering, power brakes,
automatic transmission, AM-FM radio. $50,000 easy
miles. body in excellent shape. Call 764-3059
evenings. 80B0208
. .
FOR RENT
Group wanted for Andrew De Forest house,
beautifully furnished, spacious, historic, with
niodern conveniences. Central location. 665-7056 or
663-7454. 99C0210
ROOM FOR RENT-Immediate occupancy. Within
campus bus-route. 764-4235 between 8 & 5. 95C0207
FURNISHED ROOMS in a Jewish rooming house.
Spring/Summer Fall/Winter leases. $100-up. Men
only. 995-3276. cC0206
1-2 Bedroom Apartment in Jewish rooming house.
,300/mo. Available in the fall. 995-3276. cC0213
.ome on down, Lauren Wohl to the Daily and pick up
your two free tickets to the State or Campus movie
theatre. dC0205
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
FURNISHED MODERN 1-2-3 bedrms. Walking
distance to central campus. 769-9283, 994-5060.
24C0208
One bdrm. Apt. Clover Lane Sublease. Carla work
Vo. 434-3440 ext. 715, home No. 434-7160 evenings and
weekends. 48C0205
MALE OR FEMALE, own bedrm. in 6 bedrm. house
near campus. 995-2898. 44C0205
A
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE

One Bedroom efficiency, quiet, furnished, close to
Med. Center, $180/mo., available March 1st. Parking
included, monthly lease. Call 663:9772 or 665-3521.
89C0206
Large house with 2 furnished apts. near Yost. 6
bedrooms, $950/mo., 4 bedrooms, $650/mo.
May/Maylease, 769-5676. 91C0210
West Jefferson-5 bedrooms, 2 baths, furnished,
$800/mo., May to'May lease 761-7844. 90C028
ONCE IN A BLUE MOON!! Whole floor of great
house plus possible loft to rent to six serious and
studious U-M grad students right on South Univer-
sity. No better campus location. Campus Properties.
995-5454. 83C0210
1-2 Rooms available in Downtown office suite in-
cluding conference room, computer terminal, and
typing facilities. Classy but not slick. Professional
person-group preferred. Month to month lease. Call
Deborah 994-9060. 81C0211
ROOM IN APARTMENT FOR FEMALE. Beautiful,
spacious room $131/mo. Calf Carrie, 995-4977.06C0210
FURNISHED 6 bedroom houses available May 1 and
September 1. No pets. Year lease. 663-5609. 85C0207
Room available now in modern 2 bdrm. apt. Bay
window in bedroom for rent and in living room.
Storage, Parking, and laundry facilities. Rent
$180/mo (negotiable) includes heat and water. Ask
for Terry at 994-0465. dCO2OS
ON CAMPUS
I need a roommate to share my apartment. Call 668-
6906. 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
On campus for female. Furnished room in 3 bedroom
house. At 624 S. Division available 2/1 $175/mo.
Utilities inc. First class is an understatement. 662-
8982. 37C0210
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
CAMPUS-FALL
We 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
RENT OR SUBLET, spacious, two bedroom near
campus. Parking, heat, water. 665-5416, evenings.
71C0205
AMIABLE SEMI-VEGETARIAN Co-op, household
of 4 looking for a housemaid. Newly carpeted room
available in beautiful, spacious older home near the
Gandy Dancer. Call 665-1416_ 64C0205
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.
3-4-and 5-bedroom furnished houses on campus with
free parking are also available for fall.
Falllistings of furnished efficiency, 1 and 2 bedroom
apts. in older campus homes are now available at our
office.
337 E. Huroni St., corner of Division and Huron,
across from the Ann Arbor News.
Campus Management, Inc.

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DAILY L
Fall/Winter
Number of Weeks
line/week 13 26

LINE CONTRACT
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Number of Weeks
line/week 6 12

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r ULL IMr oaysiter preterably to live-in to care
for 2 yr. old boy. Must have own car. Fairly
negotiable. 764-0262. Daytime. d67H0210
BUS BOY needed for small frat. 6 dinners/wk. Free
dinners exchanged for serving & washing dishes.
Call 761-5145. 65H0205
Disabled woman writer needs dependable strong
women for personal care. Central campus area,
flexible hours. 662-2734. 50H0206
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
NEED EXTRA MONEY? Student needs sitter for 2
kids some days. Must love kids.,663-5648. 82H0208
Camp Tamarack interviewing Feb. 6. Summer
Placement. Call 764-7456. 40H0205
TYPIST-Clerical position, available in U-M sports
information office for qualified work-study student.
If interested call Diane 763-1381. 73H0206
Security Guards full time and part time wanted. Call
663-8815. 75H0206
UAC-MICHIGRAS '81
is looking for local talent (mimes, magicians ).
Contact Paula-665-7780. 86H0207
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) 668-2047 or stop by 2500 Packard, suite
208, Ann Arbor, MI 48104. cHtc
RECRUITER INTERVIEWING for staff for
Christian residential camps this summer. Interviews
10-1, Thursday, February Sat Lord of Light Lutheran
Church, 801 s. Forest at Hill. Call 668-7622 for appoin-
tment. 47H0205

WRITE ON . . . Copywriting, editing, research con-
sultations for papers, theses, books, advertising,
brochures. Creative or technical. Overnight typing
services. 996-0566. dJtc
Typing dissertations, other papers by very experien-
ced and accurate typist, reasonable rates. 971-564.
77J0211
EXPERIENCED HOUSEKEEPER with references
looking for emolovment. 665-3150 evenings. 55J0(206

RESPONSIBLE Christian male seeks one bedroom
apartment walking distance from campus forfall
'81. Phone 995-9598 after 5. 69L31206

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Inch rates available for contracts over 54 lines per week.

Greg: Happy 19th
Birthday. From the cat
across the lake.
93M0205
WELL BEHAVED ST. BERNARD. Needs a new
home; about 3 years old, free to any responsible per-
son. Inquire at 995-5374. 94M0212
Laurie Galbraith- you're the lucky winner of two
free tickets to the State or Campus theatre. Come
down to the Daily and ick them up. dN0205
Jobs in Alaska! Summer/year round. High pay;
$800-2000 monthly! All fields-Parks, fisheries, oil
industry and more! 1981 Employer listings, infor-
mation guide. $4 Alasco, Box 9337, San Jose, Ca
95157. 7900212
Need ride to Rochester, N.Y. Leave around 2/20
return on 3/1. Will pay lots $$$. Robin R. 764-6108
(day) 994-8080 (evening). 35P0210

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
SURREAL 6 bedroom house available May. Groovy
location. 2 bathrooms. Heating included. Call 665-
6199. 61C0208
FURNISHED ROOM in a Jewish rooming house,
Spring/Summer Fall/Winter. Leases $100-up. Men
only. 995-3276. cC0213
Furnished 6 bedroom apts. $1100 plus utilities.
Available May 1. Year lease. No pets. 663-5609.
52C0205
Furnished efficiency. One, two bedroom apts.
available May 1and Sept. 1. No pets. Year lease. 663-
5609. 53C0205
HOUSES-Walk or bike to campus. 6 bedrooms
furnished. No pets. May lease. $990-$1140 plus
utilities. 663-5861. 45C0205
OFFICE SPACE. $100-200/month. Alternative, non-
profit organizations only. Handicapped assessible
house. 662-2222, ask for Roger or Lisa S. 43C0205
NEW HOMES-FALL
New homes with fireplace, three or four bedrooms,
full basement. Approx. 1 miles from Campus.
Dahlmann Apartments 543 Church, 761-7600. cC0419

nIe Ar r e nas imUeaate open ingsinH eann
Care Administration. Starting salaries and entry
grade are commensurate with experience and
graduate education. If you have or will be receiving a
Master of Hospital Administration, Master of Scien-
ce in Health Care Administration, Master of Arts in
Health Care Administration, or equivalent degree
accredited by the Accrediting Commission on
Education for Health Service Administration, then
investigate this outstanding career opportunity. Con-
tact: 23400 Michigan Ave., Village Plaza; Dearborn,
Michigan 48124. Or call collect (313) 561-7018. cH0416
Janet Baum is the lucky winner of two free tickets to
the State or Campus theatre. The Daily has them
waiting for you. dH0205
BICYCLE MECHANICS
Part time and full time openings available. Call bet-
ween 10 a.m. and 6p.m. THE PEDAL CENTRE. 994-
5600 Plymouth Rd. at U.S. 23.
23H0208
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
EMPLOYMENT AVAILABLE-May 5 to Sept. 8,
1981. Bike mechanic, front-desk, night auditor,
housekeeping, kitchen or dining room personnel.
Send brief resume to Iroquois Hotel, Mackinac
Island, Michigan 49757. 70H0208
Models needed by photographer. $10.00 per hour. Call
Brian 668-4068. 84H0206

DIaSRiTAiONS. Term papers. rrofe
proofreading, editing, re-phrasing. Rea
rates. Call996-4477 from 6-9 p.m.
20 YEARS EXPERIENC
SERVING THE ACADEM
PROFESSIONAL
COMMUNITY
TASK-761-4146
WRITE ON ... Copywriting, editing, reseai
sultations for papers, theses, books, adve
brochures. Creative or technical. Overnight
services 996-0566.
SE ARES
Formerly of Sir Edward
is now with SNIPS Salon
100S. 4th Ave. 668-1453
TYPING, PROFESSIONAL, ALL TYPE
Call Noelle anytime, 971-2364.

essional
sonable
10J0206
E
IC &

Complete System Pioneer receiver, c deck, Acoustic
V speakers, 2 turntables, headphones, etc. Best offer
665-2494. 72X02

inrd housemate needed. Own room. $155/mo in-
cludes utilities. Through April or August with fall op-
30J0210 tion. Parking. Call 996-1417. 98Y027
rch con- Third housemate needed. Own room. $150/mo. plus
rtising, utilities. Lease immediately. Division at Hill St.
typing Larry or Mike 994-5878. 29Y024
cJtc
Two female roommates wanted, preferably friends,
to share Heritage House Apartments with two girls
next fall. Apply immediately. Comparable to dorm
prices. Call764-3838 after 4pm 49Y0205
c.3 to
ES Join The Daily
cJtc

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

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ACROSS
Hanger or dweller
Certain reader's
interest
du jour
Misanthrope, for
example
Dorsal bones
Function
Old musical with
"Alice Blue
Gown"
Nicholson movie
Cheat of a sort
Concert hall
Tiller
Chivalrous enter-
prises

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Engraved die
Parisian leather
Gluck and"Farrar
fortes
Pondered
"I'm -" (state-
ment to the doc-
tor)
Mountain ridge
Kristiania, today
Satiate
Dawdle
Charges
Blackthorn
Rahs, hurrahs,
oles, etc.

25 - wet hen:
Phrase
28 Hair piece,
slangily
29 No more,
30 " that Jack
built"
35 Irish lullaby
opener
36 Former Asian
leader
37 "- Chorus":

DOWN
1 Smart
2 Byron poem
3 Roman road
4 Ward (off)
5 Phrase describing
a perky person
6 - mode:
Phrase

21 Dame Myra-
24 Coute - coute
(at all costs): Fr.
25 Secure
26 Lily plant
27 Neck types: Prefix
28 Between pi and
sigma
29 Indicated: Abbr.
30 Hindu cymbal
31 Uniquerperson
32 Eye part
33 Messieurs
34 Railroad system
36 Keep (say
nothing)
39 Adjust
40 Yawl's power
42 Silence
43 "- La
Mancha"
44 "Red as-is
she."
45 Item on a pub-
lisher's list
46 River near
Durango
47 String
instrument
49 Genuine
50 Manitoba Indian
51 Show and-
52 And so forth abbr.
53 Pashas
55 Without surviving
issue: Abbr.
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WURKSUH f ORSEPARATED & DIVORCED
MEN & WOMEN. Mutual Support in transition Feb.
13-15. $35 Registration plus ability to pay fee. Details
from Bob Blood, PhD, & Margaret Blood, MA. 769-
0046. cF012
Attention Strat-o-matic Players! A. L. Mail League
forming. Call Phil at 763-0809. 36F0205
HAPPY 22nd B-DAY SCOTTY K.! 34F0205
HAPPY BIRTHDAY 21
MICHELE
Who is Jerry Brown? Bush.
96F0205
ANGRY AT YOUR MUFFLER? Maybe it's just
exhausted. Get rid of it by buying a new muffler over
the phone. 769-5913. 3cFtc
SEE OUR COSMETICIAN for your make-up needs.
Village Apothecary, 1112 SUniversity Ave. 3cFtc
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIOS
209S. State
665-8001
Repairs-custom made instruments.
Lessons. Accessories.
cFtc
Patrick Ruppen, Comeon Down to the Michigan
Daily and pick up your two free tickets for the
movies at State or Campus Theatres. dF0205
Shabbat at Hillel: Conservative services 5:45, Din-
ner 7:15 (reserve by Fri. noon), and ONEG SHAB-
BAT with poet DANNY SIEGEL at 8:30: "Neglected_
and Near-Forgotten Mitzvahs, Laws, & Stories."
cF0206
NEED HELP WITH CITY HALL? Call coun-
cilwoman Leslie Morris, 2nd Ward. 994-2702 or 769-
3758. 12F417
MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR!
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cFtc
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
1217S. University
cFtc
SAY IT WITH BALLOONS, Valentine specials.
BALLOON BOUQUETS-for all occasions. 995-1972.
87F0214
STUDENTS RECIPIES: for 15 simple and tasty
recipies, send $2.50 to: York-36, 222 E. 86th St., NYC
10028. Satisfaction guaranteed. 88F0208
Jewish Grads interested in group rates to the show
"MUMMENSHANZ" at the Power Cntr. on March 8,
call Ruth at Hillel 663-3336 to reserve. cFtc
FREE TU'T'ORING in lower level science and math.
MWTh 7-11 pm, UGLI and Bursley, by Tau Beta Pi.
15F0405
FREE TUTORING in lower level science and math.
MWTh 7-11 pm, UGLI and Bursley, by Tau Beta Pi.
15F0405
Ann Arbor's lowest Copy Prices
Fast, Full-Service Copying
Accu-Copy, 402 Maynard, 769-8338
810ENVIRONMENTAL

AATA ma agmn
union renew negof-,

By ELAINE RIDEOUT
After a week of inaction, AATA
management officials renewed
negotiations with representatives of the
Transportation Employees Union
(TEU) yesterday, but both sides agreed
only that the talks did little to resolve
the week-long strike.
AATA employees walked off the job
by a vote of 150-3 at midnight last Mon-
day after AATA management did not
recommend extension of the contract
that expired June 30, and the union
refused to ratify the management's
final proposal.
AATA UPPED its six per cent wage
increase offer to 9.2 per cent prior to the
contract expiration date. In its final of-
fer last week, the union brought dow-
its wage request to 33 per cent frc
per cent originally requested.
The two parties met both
and together with a stateC.
four hours yesterday but,
AATA director Richard

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as days off with pay, the structure of
joint union-management committee,
and uniforms for bus operators bef,
tackling the issue of wage incre
"We're trying to focus on fifte
issues that tie in directly wit
he said. "The more of th
resolve, the more fundi-
back into wages."
BUT THE union
strategy as "dodgi-
at the same time
guaranteed e
contract.
Shelley
TEU, cQJ
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Ore deposits
Alaskan native
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