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SALE-Desk, Table, Pans, etc. 34591
,Sept. 7, Noon to5p.m.

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OGANY BED and dresser-$50 each. Fisher
FM cassette stereo-$375. George, 973-1726.
17B913
CH & LOMB microscope, 3 power lenses,
:ular w/instage light. 995-1775. dB911
M CAR RADIO (VW). Brand new-Best offer.
94-4318. 85B907
AGE SALE Saturday & Sunday, September 6
0a.m.-6 p.m., 1506 Brooklyn-Household items
od clothes. 8B906
AGE SALE NOW-Tons of miscellaneous
ideal forr furnishing apartment or room.
Covington. 995-0560. Furniture, glasses,
es, etc. 69B907
EO, 20 W Receiver, Sony Turntable. Will
ice, $200 firm. 663-2096. John. 77B911
E SALE-Furnishings and other items. Friday
turday 12-3.530 N. Division. 83B806
NTION STUDENTS-Giant sale sponsored by
, Sept. 6,9:30-3 p.m. Furniture, dishes, drapes,
appliances, games, books, art easels, jewelry,
clothing. Fine items-affordably priced.
shments available. 4090 Geddes Rd., across
Concordia Collee. 905
~AMPiS RENTAL house for sale. Parents buy
on or daughter tenant landlord. Great exper
appreciation, equity buildup. Call or have
parents call 313-995-5454. 06B918
PUS-FURNISHED 1 Bedroom Apartments,
nd $325/month. 769-5094. 97C914
Al FOR ONE FEMALE in clean well main-
d old house on campus, near Hoover IM Build-
all Ken at 434-6100 or 971-7018. 96C907
R BEDROOM HOUSE, renovated, wood floors,.
kitchen, fireplace, quiet, next to Michigan
um, $680/mo. 769-6491. 04C910
ERN, FURNISHED 2 bedroom apt., quiet,
camapus, air conditioned, laundry, free parking,
negotiable. 761-9477. 16C912
CAMPUS AREA
North State-Attractive one & two-bedroom
ttments. Unfurnished, newly carpeted and
ed. No pets. 769-1534. 13C907
' NEW GREEN TERRACE APARTMENTS
Kty deposit as low as $60. Large 1 & 2 bed-
apartments, with new carpet, new drapes, new
1I bath, intercom system and security guard.
EMU and St. Joseph's Hospital, $285/month.
d new furnished units available. Model-office
108, 772 Green Rd., No. 106, Ypsilanti, MI.
lay-Friday 9-7, Saturday & Sunday 1-5. Take.
1n River Drive to LeForge. North on LeForge
een Rd., to model.
Dahlmann Apartments
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CIOUS EFFICIENCY-Furnished, % block
Law and Business schools. Balcony, laundry,
paring in lot. Very nice. Big enough for 2.
hhi'ley,.763-1632. 12C907
',OWWOOD HILLS QOOPERATIVE
bedroom townhouses $195.00, Two bedroom
houses $223.00, Three & Four bedroom town-
is occasionally available. Children & small pets
ime. 665-3116.

house. $125/mo., utilities included. 764-0090, 995-
3276,769-3078. 82C910
IMMACULATE 3 bedroom house, hardwood floors,
fireplace, new kitchen, new furnace. .Packard &
Stadium area. Rent $525/month plus utilities. 8 or 12
month lease. Call 663-1712 evenings. 78C909
FURNISHED APARTMENTS, two bedrooms, A/C,
balcony and parking, $480/month, convenient to
campus at 629 S. Forest. Call 1-343-9123. 18C911
BI-LEVEL 2-BEDROOM furnished across from
CCRB, 1316 Geddes, Apt. No. 2. See Arnie, Rich,
Julian. 03C920
PH OTO SU PP L ES
ARE YOU A PHOTOGRAPHER? Earn extra money
shooting candids and sporting events. Contact H. A.
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MUSKET needs star ano crew ror producuon o
"Anything Goes." Come to the University Activities
Center at 2105 Michigan Union or call 763-1107.
Mass Meeting Sept. 8, 7 p.m. 90M907
ACTORS, SINGERS, DANCERS, STAFF & CREW
for Soph Show needed. This year's production'is
"Hello Dolly." UAC, 2105 Michigan Union. 763-
"1117 "ace "^^"a ^'C a '7. '- - _311 ml4YY

ALUMNI WILL PAY very high price for 2 or 4
senior priority season football tickets. (517) 456-
4111. 24Q907

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WHOSE GOT X;TREE Football Tickets? Who
needs 'em? X-Tree Tickets, 994-0145, leave message.
14Q912
CASH for U of M football tickets.
Any Game-Any Section. 995-1580

DAILY LINE CONTRACT
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brake work. Call 973-7538.

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Not satisfied with high rents, rundown apartments?
Willing to share meals, chores, expenses deci-
sions? JOIN other men and women and live in a
student coop! Approx. $200/mo. for room, board,
utilities, laundry, extras, good times included! Stop
by Inter-Cooperative Council, 4002 Michigan Union
or call 662-4414 weekdays 9-5. 22E912
WOMEN STUDENTS
Spaces still available in North and Central Campus
for women interested in living cooperatively with
other women and men. Sharing meals, chores, ex-
penses and decisions reduces costs, provides friendly
living environment. Stop by Inter-Cooperative Coun-
cil, 4003 Michigan Union, or call 662-4414 weekdays
9-5. 23E921
HOME-COOKED MEALS are yours if you join a
boarding cooperative where work and expenses are
shared, laundry facilities included. Central and
North Campus. For extra info., drop by the Inter-
Cooperative Council on the 4th floor of the Union,
or call at 662-4414 weekdays 9-5. . 24E930
PE RSON A L
DO YOU WANT to become a Certified Alcoholism1
counselor? For further information contact: The
Organism, Inc., 16185 S. Seymour Rd., Linden, MI
48451, (313) 735-5088, (313) 735-4300. A practical
one year training program to enable alcoholism in
a specialized treatment approached that is based in
Wholistic Health Care. This innovative process has
been highly effective in reducing recividism in the
Alcoh lic. Enroll now for the Fall Group-Grants
and loans available. dF909
WORK STUDY STUDENTS WANTED! Clerical,
editorial, order. Call 663-0889 for details. 95F910
ISRAELI FOLK DANCING (Instruction & Open
Dancing), Sunday, September 7, 1-3" p.m. at Hillel,
1429 Hill St. cF907
PHOTOGRAPHERS
The Daily Photo staff will review portfolios Thurs-
day, Sept. 11 at 7 p.m., 2nd floor Michigan Daily.
Versatility, technical ability, and imagination
important. dF911
EDITORIAL and other opportunities for WORK
STUDY students in small magazine/international
cooperative organization. Call 663-0889 for 'details
or see job numbers 443 thru 447 in Work Study
Office. 01F907
NURTURING GROUP for men and women of all
ages interested in relaxation, movement, and caring
massage without sexual involvement. Wednesdays
8-11 p.m. beginning September 10th. Weekly fee
$10 for single students; others based on ability to
pay. Details from Bob Blood, Phd., Margaret Blood,
MA, 769-0046. cF910

1979 FIAT BRAVA, 5 speed, air conditioning, stereo,
royal blue, low miles. CALL 996-2820 evenings and
weekends. 92N910
1973 DATSUN '1200, 40,000 miles, well cared for
engine, body has rust, $900. 994-3784. 87N910
'76 PACER X-AM/FM Cassette, Red, 3 Speed.
Almost new, raised white letter tires & shocks,
excellent condition, $2.100. 995-0560. 70N911
VOLVO 144, '73-Red, automatic, air, AM/FM,
new Michelins, $2900.663-6359. 99N907
1975 DODGE CORNET and 1971 BUICK ELECTRA
225, power everything, A/C, both in good condition
and use regular gas. Best offer. Phone 668-8374
after 3:30. 08N911
FREE-Driver needed to deliver my car to North-
east, any time in Sept.-Oct. Please call 517-485-
6166. Pat or Bruce. 76P910

Giant Flea Market
Bargains, furniture, new, used. Anything & Every-
thing. 150 dealers. 214 E. Michigan at Park, down-
town Ypsilanti. Every weekend 6 p.m.10 p.m.
Friday; 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, Sunday. Dealers
welcome. cWjc
ANDERSON FOR PRESIDENT-Huge garage
sale Wed. through Sat. at Dominic's, 812'Monroe.
73W906
GARAGE SALE, Friday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.,
1540 King George Court (off Packard), furniture,
clothing, apartment needs. 81W905

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CASSETTE DECK-TEAC A450. Beautiful coni-
tion, $175, will haggle. CLASSICAL RECORDS-
many rare imports. Greg, 662-3945. 67X905
WANTED-RESPONSIBLE PARTY to take over
low monthly payments on spinet piano. Can be
seen locally. Write Credit Manager, P0. Box 537,
Shelbyville, Ind. 46176. 05X912

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LSAT, GMAT Preparation Courses. Reasonable DISHWASHERS AND WAITERS/WAITRESSES
Rates. Call 665-3579, Realm Tutoring. 58F916 wanted for a fraternity food service. Excellent
SMITH COLLEGE Club of A' welcomes newly food and benefits. Must be dependable. Call Tom at
arrived alumnae Call Susan Hod e. 662-6227. 93F907 761-1055 or 668-8960. 11H909

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MASS MEETING-U of M Women's Glee Club,
Auditorium D-Angell, 7p.m., September 9. 15F909

STUDENTS-Need a break from your studies?
Men & women softball officials needed. Meetings
for interested persons on September 8, or September
9. Both meetings begin at 7:30 at the IM Building.
If unable to attend, contact Moby Benedict, 763-
3562. 20H909
HOUSE & YARD WORK until December 1, 4/hrs.
per week, $4/hr., your schedule. 1% miles from
campus. 663-6033. 21H905

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NON-TRADITIONAL STUDENTS
I am trying to locate students at the University
whose schooling has involved some interruption
and/or part-time enrollment. Many of these students
received surveys from the University during Winter
Term 1980. My purpose is an investigation of the
problems faced by students who do not fit a standard
mold-those who are married, have children, work,
and/or feel "older" compared to student peers.
Interested? Call Tom at 764-0552 or 996-1692. dF914

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GUITAR LESSONS-All styles (Jazz, Blues,
Rock ... .) Theory and Technique. Improvisation,
sight reading. Experienced teacher. Steve Somers,
667-1791 or 769-2361. 09J909

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Blue Shield, MESSA and PCS prescription pro
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VIOLIN LESSONS. Beginning through advanced.
Doctorate from U-M, 15 years experience. Introduc-
tory lesson free. For more information call 663-
8392. 66J907
SPEED READING & STUDY SKILLS
Register in the "Fishbowl." Cost: $30. Tuesaay &
Wednesday, Sept. 9-10. U. of M. Reading & Learning
Sills enter 764-9481 .i68190

Have a share in a community.

SI LE PARENT and child preferred for 2 bed-
r s in home SE AA. On Bus/Bike routes. Garage,
ut I~es included. Own bathroom possible. Share
ki n/livinaareas. 971-6339evenings. 00C909

WATED-Four Season passes to U-M football.
Call 769-4760 for Doug. * 59K910
WANTED TO PURCHASE-Microscopes in any
condition made prior to 1930. Send Brand name,
serial number and asking price to P.O. Box 1047,
Dent 9A Ann Arhnr. MI 48106. 61K918

Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
© 1980 Los Angeles Tintes Syndicate

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daisy
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17 Atmospheric
laws
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20 Attire
21 Certain Thai
language
22 Postal rte.
25 Bias
26 Playing card
27 Poetic name for
an Island
29 Grampus
30 Hebrides island
31 Dwellings, in
Durango
33 Essential parts
of arches
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39 Place to be'

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47 Counterpart of
Artemis
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projections
51 City plan abbrs.
52 Gypsies
53 Like Swift's
style
55 United
56 "Gold watch"
occasions
60 Word with hole
or head
61 Jewish
vestment
62 British torpedo
craft
63 Posed
64 Egyptian objects
of worship
65 Cheerful

12 Pertaining to the
pelvis
13 "No man is an
Island" man
18 Hawaiian
seaport .
21 Gentlemen, in
Granada
22 Summarize
23 The human
body
24 SALT intent
26 Overly fond one

BOARD! Need apt,; flat; duplex on campus for
Grad Student. 542-6699, 222-2562. 07L906

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SERVICES, 1:30 a.m.
+ SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6,12:00 a.m.
' Chabad House, 715 HILL STREET, DIAL
99-LEARN. NO CHARGE.
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CAS URVES WANTEDf or part-time. t663-58O.
88H911
BABYSITTER WANTED for nine month old baby,
3 day/wk., hours flexible, pay negotiable, North
Campus area. 665-7245. 64H910
MINORITY PEER COUNSELORS-Needed for
minority counseling and information. MCI is staffed
by minority students, who are trained to run groups
of special interest to minority students and man
the MCI hotline. 62H907
PIZZA DELIVERY DRIVERS
and telephone help. Must be 18, no car necessary,
part time only. Apply in person only after 4:30
p.m. Omega Pizza, 101 Washtenaw Place, across
from Couzens Hall. I 84H916
VOLUNTEER READERS NEEDED
The Office of Disabled Student Services is looking
for persons to volunteer their time to read to U-M
blind students. Interested? Call 763-3000 or stop by
our office 2211 Michigan Union, 65H909
EPISCOPAL CHURCH is seeking a student to work
part time with young people. Call 662-2449 or 662-

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HEY THERE! mealmen needed to work in fra-
ternity hour a night in return for dinners. Minimal
perspiration, maximum eating. 761-3127, ask for
Mark. 72H911
SALESPERSONS-Friday evening and all day
Saturdays. Must be energetic with retail experience
and artistic ability. Apply in person at the Ware-
house, 329 S. Main, Ann Arbor. 74H911
EFFICIENT, responsible student wanted for house-
cleaning, Burns Park area near campus. Call 769-
2628 or 663-9825 at dinner time. 79H911
DEPENDABLE strong persons to aid disabled
professional woman with meals and personal
care. Part-time. Campus area. 662-2734. 80H911

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