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-Wednesday, January 14, 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

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 Daily Classified Depar-
tment.

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UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES

KEYS. Two sets on leather keychains, one
old "D." REWARD. 763-1725. 17A114
D: Pair of glasses on Packard between State
vision. 996-2890 persistently. dA114
2 RINGS lost in ladies room of Brown Jug.
ental Value! Reward. 663-2708. 09A0114

'SY BARBOUR SINGLE lease for sale. Across
n Angell Hall. Nice room, great people. Near
g. Call 764-1047, 764-9884 eves. p IBOl5l
YE BOOTS FOR SALE. Women's size eight. Only
n once. Good condition. Good price. Call Kay 995-
. 57B0116
R SALE! Two Pentax spotmatic cameras
5mn F1.8. $140 each, 18 mm fisheye $135. 135 mm
35 mm $85. Argus flash $20. Filters. Call 665-6562
for Rick. 56B0118
[ PACKAGE-Innsbruck skis with Excel VII bin-
gs; Olympia boots size 9; poles. Good condition.
5.00. Call Fran 763-3074 days 485-6827 eves. 32B0115

Maynard House efficiency available immediately.
9th floor, extraordinary view, $286/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 if now
available.
Campus Management, Inc.
337 E. Huron St.
663-4101
cCtc
TWO ROOMS AVAILABLE ir 5 bedrm. apartment,
Packard-State intersection, Jan .-Aug. occupancy.
995-5743. 00C0114
ATTRACTIVE 1 and 2 bdrm. apartments from $285
mohthly. Heat included, no pets, close to U-M M'ed.
Center. Call 761-3404 between 11-4 p.m. 01C0123
STOCKWELL-Both leases of a double for sale. 763-
2908. 9100116

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JOB OPPORTUNITY

DAILY LINE CONTRACT

Olga Kronike, you've won free tickets to the State
and Campus Theatres. You can just do a few gym-
nastic routines for us here at the Daily and we'll give
you your tickets! dN0114

Fall/Winter
Number of Weeks
line/week- 13 26

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lines per week.

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e nonsmoker-Room in Nice
65/mo. & Utilities. 995-3968.

wo Bedroom
46C116

ARROWWOOD HILLS COOPERATIVE

w bedrooms $450. Call Ann 994-9218. 51C0115
mnmate needed for 2 bedroom apartment. Close
ampus. For information call 662-2701, ask for
35C0118
et; immediate occupancy. 1 male needed to
e 2 bedroom apartment with 2 others. 5 minutes
i campus. 996-3959. 34C0120
: 1 person to share classjc Burns Park home. 994-
38C0121
)M FOR RENT for female. Excellent location in
droom co-ed house. For further information con-
Stu at663-3164 or 1304 Geddes. 39C0117
E ROOM in large country house. A car is a must
his sunny room, 6 miles from campus, $130/mo
utilities. Flexible lease. Call Dave 994-0389.
49C0117
y Renshaw where are you? The Daily wants to
you so that it can give you free tickets to the.
e and Campus Theaters. Come see us. dC0114
)M IN seven bedroom house Burns Park area,
/mo. Call 769-3950. 52C0115
ON CAMPUS
ed a roommate to share my apartment. Call 668-
cCtc
IPUS Beautiful 6 and 7 bdrm. houses available
1981, $120=$1400/mo. plus utilities. No pets. 663-
eves. only. 92C0117

Applications for the Electrical Apprenticeship will
be available at the Vocational Education Office,
Room 111, Eberwhite School, 800 Soule Blvd., Ann
Arbor, MI on weekdays from 10:00 a.m. to noon and
1:00 p.m. to 4:00 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 the above geographical area for
the twelve months prior to the date of application,
Applicants from outside the 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.
70H0117
SCHOOLING
AEROBIC DANCE INSTR.
TRAINEES/$9-11/hr.
See my ad under business services
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, tab 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

Student BoardPositions Open
1. Office Manager
2. Media Coordinator
3. State Board Representative
Applications and information
4106 Michigan Union
Apply by Jan. 23, 1981
36M0123
Margaret Peters I hope you like the movies because
you have just won free tickets to see them at the
State and Campus Theaters. Come to the Daily and
pick them up. WOW! dM114
NEEDED: TWO TICKETS in Blue for MICHIGAN
vs INDIANA.-Will pay. 665-3681. 05M0114

S

One bedroom townhouses $195.00, Two bedroom
townhouses $223.00, Three & Four bedroom
townhouses occasionally available. Children & small
pets welcome. 665-3116.

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sr" A""NUAL"NAJnAU T r. t'asternanti vei
Airlines, Motel, Transfers, Service Charges from
$396, Quad Occupancy. One week, Feb. 22-March 1.
Only $223, limited space, sign up by 1/20. Great
Places Travel Consultants, 208 E. Washington. Call
769-1776. 14P118
WANT TO sail to the BAHAMAS? From Feb. 21-28
($369), all meals included. For more info. call 769-
2538. 07P0117

Have a share in a community

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 $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. Phone663-0563. 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
ONE BEDROOM apartment, roomy, $300/mo.,
available immediately 662-7662. 59C0114
Gorgeous large two-bedroom furnished bi-level
apartment, good location, available in May for next
year. Call 994-1249. 58C0114
TWO BEDROOM apt. Furnished. Heat included.
Near Campus. Quiet. $310. 668-4413, 995-3753. 21C0114
Modern Two-Bedroom unfurnished apt. Immediate
sublet. Rent includes heat, water, laundry facilities,
and parking. 662-7787. cCtc
AVAILABLE Jan. 15-Efficiency apt. in coop.
communal meals. Mon-Fri. and cooperative living
emphasized. Call 6674771. 89C0111
ROOM IN APARTMENT for female. Beautiful,
spacious robi $131/mo. Call Carrie 995-4977. 74C01 14
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

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
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

STUUENTSI NTERESTEU IN Reform Jewish Ac-
tivities please contact Ruth at Hillel, 663-3336. For
Reform services, programs, social events, speakers
cF115
BEIT MIDRASH course registration Jan. 12-16 at
Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Courses in Hebrew, Yiddish,
Calligraphy, Judaica. cF115
VICKEN VORPERIAN
Please call your brother-Urgent (617) 665-7173.
25F0115
LSAT PREPARATION COURSE Reasonable
Rates-Experienced Teachers. Realm Tutoring Ser-
vice. Call 665-3579. 71F120

INEXPENSIVE SUBLET-Own room in apt;' 5
minutes from campus. Rob, 665-2089, after 6. 95U0115-
ROOM IN SUNNY, FRIENDLY HOUSE for
grad/working woman. Veggie co-ed co-op. 994-6624.
29U0Q17
Sublet-2 bedroom apt., large, air, diswasher, cQt
OK, near North Campus, hospitals, bus. No deposit.
Jan-AugFall option. $375.995-1038 or 973-7175 eves.
94107'
Own bedroom in 2 bedroom apartment with study,
air, disposal, laundry, partially furnished. Share
with grad student. Jan-Aug. $200. 668-2476 eves.

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
Washtenaw. Call 663-8n29. n0113

DALY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
01981 Los Angeles Times Syndicate

ACROSS
1 Pugilist's paws
6 Lamebrain
10 Winner over
matter'
14 Shakespearean
spirit
15 Out of the running
16 Production of
10 Across
17 Macho
18 Arithmetic for
an astronaut-
20 School subj.
21 Old washstand
items
23 Botanically,
bearded
24 Ernest L. Thayer's
diamond celeb
26 Without emotion
27 Elfin character
29 Mulish
31 Grayish-white
32 Basic effects, in
Buddhism
34 Hyperion's daugh-
ter:
37 Parts of the solar
system
38 Mountbatten
39 52-card game
40 Gives the nod to
41 Important sports
line
42 Therefore
43 Part of a golf
course
44 One of the
Waughs

46 Greek-American
nightingale
49 In poker-faced
manner
50 -in the neck
51 Real wild party
53 Sheep talk
56 Einstein lived
here
58 Doing well, golf-
' wise
60 Lemon peel
61 Emitting Bronx
cheers
62 Greene of TV
63 Jacta est -
(the die is cast)
64 Merchandise
condition
65 Liquid refresh-
ments
DOWN
1 Joan Suther-
land's title
2 Monitor lizard
3 Seafood items
4 Another seafood
itemi
5 Most cunning
6 A bit uncertain
7 Pleasant
emanation,
8 Math word
9 Poet's nighttime
10 Great battle site,
June, 1942
.11 "- care,"
sang Eva Tanguay
12 Staircase pillar

13 Peachy
19 Hosts certain
shows
22 Features of the
print medium
25 Projects via radio
26 Some traffic
lights
27 Go!
28 Dinner dish
29 Any of the three
bears
30 Writer Kingsley
33 Top-notch
34 Notorious
AM activist
35 Old Roman fiesta
36 In the near future

URNN UUUNTRY bK11NU mat t Dn!Um om Nort
for a weekend break to Innisfree. Miles of trails in
Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lake Shore. Openings
this weekend Jan. 16-18 for individuals and groups.
Weekend lodging and five meals for $40. Call Paula
616-334-3335. NOW. 55F0116
NEVER BUY ANOTHER MUFFLER! Our lifetime
guarantee is good across America. Call 769-5913 for
Ann Arbor Muffler's best price over the phone. Only
2 miles from campus. 2cFtc
Classical guitarist looking for partner to play duets.
Not for money. Call Judy 665-1087. dF0117
CAMP RAMAH IS INTERVIEWING for staff this
summer. Interviews on Sunday, Jan. 18 at Hillel. Call
663-3336 for appointment. cF0116
SHABBAT AT HILLEL, Friday January 16: Or-
thodox minyan at 5:15, Conservative minyan at 5:30,
dinner at 6:30 (reserv. by Fri, noon), Reform group
discussion at 7:15, and Oneg Shabbat with Meir Fund
(Brooklyn College) at 8:00 on "Rabbi Mahman, The
Messiah and The Jewish Question." cF0116
We give a 15% discount on contact lens preparations.
VILLAGE APOTHECARY, 1112 S. University
Avenue. 2cFtc
Ann Arbor's lowest Copy Prices
Fast, Full-Service Copying
Accu-Copy, 402 Maynard, 769-8338
cFtc
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. cF 4
MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR!
tIt's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cFtc
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. cFO115
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK, 769-0560
1217S. University
cFtc
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 1through February 19. Hours are 8:30p.m.
to 11:30 p.m. Sunday through Thursday. LSA studen-
ts preferred. $3.50 per hour. Call 763-5576. 76F0115
Under The Rose
ESCORTS
Call: 663-7222
24F118
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
,,I O Thc -j~

Part time receptionist/typist needed for office right
on campus; $3.75/hr. Call 995-5456. 41H0118
STUDENT JOBS -
$7/hr. starting. Car necessary. For details call 487-
1145 Mon-Fri 1-5. 20H0115
WORK/STUDY PERSON NEEDED by firm in-
volved in software development, computer system
design and social science research for general office
duties. 10-20 hrs/wk. Please contact Kathy Seldkamp
at Michigan Evaluation Resource Center. 663-4219.
7d7H0123
Full and part time clerk at drug store. 971-1140.
53H0118
WORK STUDY Positions in Biological Sciences for
laboratory assistants, typists, illustrators, & Spanish
Translator. Applicants must have a work study
award. See Ron at 2127 or 2117 Nat Sci or call 763-
4253. 54H0118
WORK STUDY STUDENTS Jobs now available on
campus with North American Students of
Cooperation (NASCO). Typist-clerical needed. Apply
in work study office, job No. 446 or call 663-0089.
50H0116
Yan Wess I hope the work hasn't piled up already so
that you can take time out to go to the movies. The
State and Campus Theaters award you free tickets.
Come to the Daily and pick them up, dH114
Dishwasher needed from 5:30-8:00 p.m. Free Dinner
atfrat. 668-8998. 48H0116
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
PIZZA DELIVERY DRIVERS: Must be 18, no car
necessary, part time, apply in person only after 4:30
pm. at Omega Pizza, 101 Washtenaw Place,4acros,
from Couzens Hall. 54H0115
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 home. Nine month
boy, 3 mornings per week. 665-9591. 16H116
COMMUNITY EDUCATION
AEROBIC DANCE INSTR.
TRAINEES/$9-11/hr.
See my ad under business services.
27H118
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

TYi NGir , rArr.SSiONAL, ALL TYrES. Call
Noelle anytime. 971-2364. cJtc
TYPING
Fast, Accurate, Professional. Call Andy 996-5950.
48J0120
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 in. rpractical
job placement info, prey, 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
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.
22Ju125
TYPING, PROFESSIONAL, ALL TYPES
Call Noelle anytime, 971-2364.
cJtC
Write-on
" Copywriting
" Editing
" Research
" Overnighetyping
996-0566

x oanuo Torres, I am sure as a member oR the
Lawyers Club you know ihe value of a real deal.
Listen to this-the State and Campus Theaters want
to give you tickets free of charge. WOW! Come to the
Daily and nick them uo , it

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Wanted: Responsible paty to take over low monthly
payments on spinet piano. Can beseen locally. Write
credit manager: P.O. Box 537, Shelbyville, Ind
46176 40X0114
LES PAUL DELUXE; Cherry-Sunburst finish, like
new $400 with case. 7694,855 after 5. 88X0111
BABY GRAND PI4NQ, Vose & Sons-refinished.
Beautiful tone Rest over$125i A.A414A AVna

FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED to share bedroom
in 2 bedrooms apartment; WINTER ONLY
$127.50/mo.; nedr campus. Heat, water included.
Call 769-3076. 93Y0115
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED for spacious sun-
ny West Side apartment. Rent $200. Includes,
washer/dryer and parking. Phone 665-9413 or 769-
1193. 45Y118
O1 Thisspace
contributed by the publisher.

PLEASANT SUBLET wanted 'til May. Call Rob, 665-
2089. After 6. 96L0115

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41
43

FOR SALE-1972 Kingsbury Estate Wagon. Must
sell by 1/15! Call 665-5490. 97N0115
'67 Peugeot-for parts. Good Mechanically. Call
Greg, 665-0693. 40N0118
'76 DATSUN B-210 GOOD SHAPE $2250. 663-8880
ASK FOR MICHAEL. 31N0115

Have a hunch
Paris purse item
- the Good,
in ",Oz" books

45 One's insides
46 "Lost Horizon"
director
47 Fourth in a
succession
48 Entertaining
Frankie
49 Borge's country-
men
51 Heat units
52 San Joaquin
Valley city
54 Heroine of "The
King and 1"
55 Times of life
57 Prohibition,
for one
59 Speak softly
M 10 11 12 13

IF YOU THINK FEDERAL STUDENT
AID IS ONLY FOR POOR KIDS,
YOU'RE WRONG.
Ed and Sarah both work and make good money. They
didn't think any of their six children would be eligible for
any sort of Federal aid.
But Jenni qualified for a Basic Grant and young Ed also
applied for and got a Guaranteed Student Loan.
Of course, no one is guaranteed
study money. But the only way
you ll know if your kids qualify
is to apply.
Get the details from the .
high school counselor or the
postsecondary school finan-
cial aid administrator or
write to Box 84, Wash-
ington, D.C. 20044
and ask for 'A Student
Consumer's Guide."

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