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8-Tuesdav January 13, 1981-The Michigan Daily

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

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 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 Doily Classified Depar-
tment.

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UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES

LOST: At Hyatt Hotel in LA (Rose Bowl). Beige,
camera case containing Canon camera, 24mm lens,
flash, tripod, film, radio, eyeglasses. Reward offered
for return. Call 665-3508. dAl 13
LOST: KEYS. Two sets on leather keychains, one
with Gold "D." REWARD. 763-1725. 17A114
FOUND: Pair of glasses on Packard between State
and Division. 996-2890 persistently. dA114
HELP! 2 RINGS lost in ladies room of Brown Jug.
Sentimental Value! Reward. 663-2708. 09A0114
Tinted prescription glasses found in back of Daily
building. Pick up at Daily Business office. dA0113
Henry Donald from South Quad you are the winner of
two free tickets to the State and Campus Theaters.
All that you have to do is to pick them up at the Daily.

APARTMENT FOR RENT. One bedroom in three
bedroom apartment. Fireplace, laundry, parking.
662-0639. 18C113
FEMALE SPACE IN OXFORD Co-Op double.
Available immediately for winter term. 663-1378.
13C114
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 $66 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
Meals, housing, friends, and entertainment for $200 a
month? Not impossible if you life in an ICC coop. Call
or stop by the Inter-Cooperative Council, 4002
Michigan Union, 662-4414. 85C117
ROOMS FOR RENT in a fraternity. Food, Parking,
and Laundry, 1331 Hill St. Call 769-1042or 761-5227.
37C0113
Modern Two-Bedroom unfurnished apt. Immediate
sublet. Rent includes heat, water, laundry facilities,
and parking. 662-7787. cCtc
Gorgeous large two-bedroom furnished' bi-level
apartment, good location, available in May for next
year. Call 994-1249. 58C0114
BOARDER NEEDED FOR FRATERNITY.
Reasonable rates, 10 meals a week, pool table,
double occupancy, 24 hr. open kitchen w/food, plus
more. Call 761-1907. 62C0113
CAMPUS Beautiful 6 and 7 bdrm. houses available
May 1981. $1200-$1400/mo. plus utilities. No pets. 663-
5861 eves. only. 92C0117

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DAILY LINE CONTRACT.
Spring /Summer
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.31 10 .
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.27 25.3
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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. 15H117
CHILD CARE NEEDED in our hon e. Nine month
boy, 3 mornings per week. 665-9591. 16H116
EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER Fridays 9 am-5 pm.
Care for 2 two yr. old playmates 9-12; a two yr. old &
five year old 12-5. Good wage, close to campus. 665-
6517, or 769-4638. 52H0113
PIZZA DELIVERY DRIVERS: Must be 18, no car
necessary, part time, apply in person only after 4:36
pm, at Omega Pizza, 101 Washtenaw Place, acros!
from Couzens Hall. 54H0115
Subjects needed for psychology experiments. Sign up
now for the psychology department subject pool.
Minimum pay $2.50/hr. 764-4209 from 9-12 and 1-4.
22H0109

3rd ANNUAL NASSAU TRIP. Eastern and Delta
Airlines, Motel, Transfers, Service Charges from
$396, Quad Occupancy. One week, Feb. 22-March 1.
Only $223. limited space, sign up by 1/20. Grgat
Places Travel Consultants. 208 E. Washington. al
769-1776. 14P118
WANT TO sail to the BAHAMAS? From Feb. 21-28
($369), all meals included. For more info. call 769-
2538. 07P0117

Scott Ferguson get ready for a great weekend when
you and your lucky date go to the movies free. A gift
from the State and Campus Theaters. Come to the
'Daily and pick them up. dB113
BETSY BARBOUR SINGLE lease for sale. Across
from Angell Hall. Nice room, great people. Near
Diag. Call 764-1047,764-9884 eves. 11BO115

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Inch rates available for contracts over 54 lines per week.

ROOMS AVAILABLE in 5 bedm. apartment,
ard-State intersection, Jan.-Aug. occupancy.
43. 00C9114
ARROWWOOD HILLS COOPERATIVE

AVAILABLE Jan. 15-Efficiency apt. in coop.
communal meals. Mon.-Fri. and cooperative living
emphasized. Call 667-4771. 89C0111

MATERIALS MANAGER-organize materials for
executive training seminars. Work with local hotels
to set up conferences. Approx. 20/hrs/week. Flexible
schedule. $3.65/hr. Must have own transportation.
99H0115

bedroom townhouses $195.00, Two bed
nhouses $223.00, Three & Four bedr
houses occasionally available. Children &s
welcome. 665-3116,

room
room
small

Have a share in a community

ONE BEDROOM apartment, roomy, $300/mo.,
available immediately 662-7662. 59C0114
ROOM FOR RENT-non-smoker, prefer vegetarian,
cCtc near Packard and Platt, $150 plus utilities. 971-2191.
inner 63C0113

Micnael A .Jaskowiak mere s noning ilKiebeing a
winner. Congrats. You have just won free tickets to
the State and Campus Theaters. Come to the Daily
and pick them up. dD113

COMMUNITY EDUCATION
AEROBIC DANCE INSTR.
TRAINEES/$9-11/hr.
See my ad under business services.
SCHOOLING
AEROBIC DANCE INSTR.
TRAINEES/$9-11/hr.
See my ad under business services

27H118

ieth Gray guess what? You are the lucky w
kets to the State and Campus Theaters. Con
i to the Daily and pick them up. d

me on
JC113

WO BEDROOM apt. Furnished. Heat included.
ear Campus. Quiet. $310.668-4413,995-3753. 21C0114
EAUTIFUL, SPACIOUS 2-BDR. APT. available
imediately. Near Campus, hospital. $450.00/mo!
2-4634. - 30C0113
TTRACTIVE 1 and 2 bdrm. apartments from $285
onthly. Heat included, no pets, close to U-M Med.
nter. Call 761-3404 between 11-4 p.m. 01C0123
rOCKWELL-Both leases of a double for sale. 763-
08. 91C0116
ON CAMPUS
eed a roommate to share my apartment. Call 668-
106, eCtc
JNNY FURNISHED room in 3 bedroom
operative semi-vegetarian house. Call 665-9078.
32C0113
RIVATE SUNNY BEDROOM. Friendly, co-
erative, vegetarian. Washer/Dryer, 3 bdrm. house
ur blocks frbm campus. 412 N. Thayer. $170/mo.
5-9078. 27C0109
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
C AnmT AB E IT L O OM
ODIUM COMO IRMA
SET IG NI AS
TG A 1 . MII6RA1TIO0N S
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Maynard House efficiency available immediately.
9th floor, extraordinary view, $285/mo. Call Nancy,
764-4485. 39C0114
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.

Winter roomand board $265/mo, 10 prepared meals
a week, food available for cooking on weekends, free
parking close to campus. Theta Chi fraternity, 1351
Washtenaw. Call 663-8293. 20E0113
Winter room and board $265/mo, 10 prepared meals
a week, food available for cooking on weekends, free
parking close to campus. Theta Chi fraternity 1351
Washtena w. C1aall 63829. Fnl ->

Campus Management, Inc.
337 E. Huron St.

663-4101
cCtc
TWO BEDROOM Village Green North, North Cam-
pus $370/mo. 994-4873 or 994-1356. 28C0113
ROOM IN APARTMENTO for female. Beautiful,
spacious room $131/mo. Call Carrie 995-4977. 74C0114
2-3 LIVING-STUDY LOFT spaces and dark room
opp. Diag: $65-150/mo, or trade rent for work. Share
kit. No nicotine. 665-9358, 2-12. 73C111
WINTER SUBLET, Close to Campus. Furnished,
Jan-May lease. 120/mo. Call 663-6542. 75C0111
PRIVATE ROOM in Co-Ed; Co-op. Parking, laun-
dry. Recently renovated old West Side home. Call
Ken 761-1716. 81C114
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
SUBLET FEB 1-JULY 31. Attractive efficiency.
Convenient location. $264/month. All utilities in-
cluded. Call Chris, 769-7100 X 653 days and 434-9186
eves. Be persistent. 90C1006

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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
U.V.A. Hatikvah Campaign Open Organizational
Meeting, 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday. Jan. 14 in Greene
Lounge. East Quad. cF1l4
STUDENTS NEEDED for LSA alumni fund-raising
telethon. Alumni from across the country will be.
called from campus. Two to five nights per week,
February 1 through February 19. Hours are 8:30 p.m.
to 11:30 p.m. Sunday through Thursday. LSA studen-
ts preferred. $3.50 per hour. Call 763-5576. 76F0115
VICKEN VORPERIAN
Please call your brother-Urgent (617) 665-7173.
25F01 15
AMY-Where are you? Give me a call. (We met
before your Hist. of Art Class last semester.) John,
763-2901. 04F0113
Ann Arbor's lowest Copy Prices
Fast, Full-Service Copying
Accu-Copy, 402 Maynard, 769-8338
cFtc
RID YOURSELF of inner tensions. Therapeutic
massage. Call Andy & Dave at 996-5950. 49C0113
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
CAR OWNERS. . . get a lifetime guarantee and pay
less for a First Quality muffler. Call for a price over
the phone 769-5913, Ann Arbor Muffler on Jackson
Ave. lcFtc
PERSONALIZED LESSONS
Start now with the best teachers:
Classic, Folk, Jazz, Rock, Pop,
etc., Guitar, Banjo, Violin,
Mandolin, Recorder. Please call.
Herb David Guitar Studio
209 S. State, 665-8001
cFtc

28H118
SECRETARY-RECEPTIONIST in busy educational
center. Sundays 11-5, Tuesday 4:30-10. Call 662-3149.
23H116
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
equipmant, 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
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
STUDENT JOBS
$7/hr. starting. Car necessary. For details call 487-
1145 Mon-Fri 1-5. 20H0115
JOB OPPORTUNITY
Applications for the Electrical Apprenticeship will
be available at the Vocational Education Office,
Room Ill, Eberwhite School 800 Soule Blvd., Ann
Arbor, MI on weekdays from 10:00 a.m. to noon and
1:00 p.m. to4:00 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 therabove geographical area for
the twelve months prior to the (late of application.
Applicants from outside tfe 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.
70H01 17

BORED
COLLABORATIVE
ART SPACE
ALTERNATIVE ART EXPERIENCE-begin week
of Jan. 26th. Register today!! Call University Ar-
tists' and Craftsmens' Guild. 763-4430, 4310 Union.
57J0115
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. prev. 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
BORED
COLLABORATIVE ART
SPACE
ALTERNATIVE ART EXPERIENCE-begin week
of Jan. 26th. Register today!! Call University Ar-
tist' and Craftsmen's Guild. 763-4430, 4310 Union.
57J01 15
ANN ARBOR MUSIC TEACHER is now accepting
new voice and piano students. 769-1655. 84J0120
TYPING DISSERTATIONS' and MAJOR PAPERS
by very experienced and accurate typist. 971-5647.
22J0125
TYPING, PROFESSIONAL, ALL TYPES. Call
Noelle anytime. 971-2364. cJtc
TYPING
Fast, Accurate, Professional. Call Andy 996-5950.
48J0120
TYPING, PROFESSIONAL, ALL TYPES
Call Noelle anytime, 971-2364.
cJtc
Write-on
. Copywriting
" Editing.
SResearch
* Overnight typing
996-0566

Get offyour
high horse

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.
94U)07
ROOM IN SUNNY, FRIENDLY HOUSE for
grad/working woman. Veggie co-ed co-op. 994-6624
29U0017 1
To Sublet for summer: Fantastic one bedroom apar-
tment. Near campus, furnished, inexpensive. Do it
now before the rush. Call 665-1369. dUO113
FURNISHED SUBLET for male graduate student.
Quiet room in rooming house. Close to campus Kit-
chen. Call 453-3084 after 6:00. 02U0113
INEXPENSIVE SUBLET-Own room in apt, 5
minutes from campus. Rob,665-2089, after 6. 95U0115
MUSICA L MDSE.
Wanted: Responsible party to take over low monthl.
payments on spinet piano. Can be seen locally. Write
credit manager: P.O. Box 537. Shelbyville, Ind.
46176. 46X0114
DRUM SET-Bass, toms, snare, cymbals, hi hat, ac-
cessories. $125, 994-6389, between 5-7 pm. 55X0113
LES PAUL DELUXE. Cherry-Sunburst finish, like
new $400 with case. 769-1855 after 5. 88X0111
BABY GRAND PIANO, Vose & Sons-refinished.
Beautiful tone. Best over $1250. 663-4614. dX109
ROOMM A TES
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED to share bedroom
in 2 bedroom apartment; WINTER dONLd
$127.50/mo. ; near campus. Heat, water included.
Call 769-3076. 93Y0115
Join The Daily

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2089. After 6.

wanted'til May. Call Rob, 665-
96L0115

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

NEEDED: TWO TICKETS in Blue for MICHIGAN
vs INDIANA. Will pay.665-3681. 05M0114
NURSERY SCHOOL
The C.A.S.P. Nursery School is presently accepting
applications for the 3-yr. old group. The class runs
from 9:00-11:30 am, Mon.-Fri. Parents are invited to
call 764-1226 for further information and to visit the
Nursery. 10M0113
USEDCA RS
73 MG Very good condition, $2500, 994-1471. cNtc
FOR SALE-1972 Kingsbury Estate Wagon. Must
sell by 1/15! Call 665-5490. 97N0115
'76 DATSUN B-210 GOOD SHAPE $2250. 663-8880
ASK FOR MICHAEL. 31N0115

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ACROSS
1 Perfume ingredi
ent
6 Trade
10So
14 Desire
15 Conceal
16 Russian hemp
17 Modern neces-
sities
19 Impressively great
20 Fine silver
21 Brewing vessel
23 Prong
24 Sinews
25 Subsided.
28 Messenger
29 He has: Fr.
30 Sweetie
32 Goddess of
discord
35 Wire measures
37 Oriental deep
bow: Var.
39 Rail bird
40 Sign in theaters
41 Pedro's earnings
43 Calendar abbr.
44 Cleared
47 Pacific
49 Commanded
1 P 13 14 15

51 Lake - , Blue
Nile's source
52 Out of shape
53 Bearded, as grain
57 Big name
58 Sign
60 Nominate
61 Entity
62 Towel material
63 Stoneware: Fr.
64 Allot
65 Muse of poetry
DOWN
1 Broadway
features
2 Waste allowance
3 Old wives' -
4 Prevents
5 Yes, no, maybe-
6 Was brilliant
7 Word with ding
8 George -
9 Annoy
10 Foot pedals
11 Arena
12 - Jack
13 Denominations
18 People of India
22 Former Spanish
.queen

24 Buddhist monas-
teries
25 Fruit
26 Girl's name
27 "Able Was I ere I
saw Elba," e.g.
28 Forced to go
31 Stared with open
mouth
33 Symbol of
strength
34 Safe's partner
36 Wren creations
38 Type of decor-
ation
42 Endowed with
feeling
45 Due-quattro
link
46 Prolixity
48 Rodent-catcher
49 Due
50 Locating device
51 Commonplace
53 Entrance
54 Genus of delicate
grasses
55 Lawyer's concern
56 Greek goddess of
war
59 Compass point
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SU BSCRIBE!
if's not too late. 764-0558

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ESCORTS
Call: 663-7222

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NEED HELP WITH CITY HALL? Call coun-
cilwoman Leslie Morris, 2nd Ward. 994-2702 or 769-
3758. 12F417
Hey ROGER (not Calvin) KLEIN! You have just
won 2 free tickets to the State 1-2-3-4 Theaters! Pick
them up at your nearest department store (ooops!),
that's the Michigan Daily. dF0113
VILLAGE APOTHECARY-We participate in the
Blue Shield, MESSA and PCS prescription
programs. 1112 S. university. icFtc
CARING/SHARING WEEKEND WORKSHOP.
Share joy in giving and receiving. Jan. 16-18. $55 for
single students; non-students based on ability to
pay. Bob Blood, PhD. and Margaret Blood, MA. 769-
0046. cF0115
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK, 769-0560
1217 S. University
cFtc
FREE MOVIE: "The Mad Adventures of Rabbi
Jacob" at 8:00 p.m. in the UGLI Multi-Purpose
Room. Sponsored by U.V.A. Hatikvah Campaign.
cF113
I would like tomake arrangements now for a private
room near campus for next school year. Write c/o
box 7. dF0113

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(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Cn~rili~io in nctn

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
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