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ANN ARBOR-THE ANTIQUES MARKET, Sunday.
September 21, 5055 Saline-Ann Arbor Road, Exit
175 off I-94, 275 dealers, everything GUARANTEED
for authenticity, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. "Early Birds" wel-
come after 5 a.in. when dealers arrive. 30W92W
CARPETS, CARPETS
Jazz up your dorm room, apart., house -low prices.
all sizes, all colors. See the Kings, 316 S. Fourth
(Next to Maudesi 665-5928,Everyday 10-8. 23W920

LOST-STOLEN-Woman's Burgandy Wallet.
Hill St. Village Corner Area, No Questions. 990-
1355. 26A920
REWARD! Valuable Books lost near Music School
on 8/22. Call 769-4908. 34A921
FOUND: 6 mo. old calico kitten, Stephens Co-op. -816
S. Forest. Call 996-5980. 09A917

BEAT THE ENERGY CtUNCH. 2 Suzuki motor-
cycles. 50cc with 1,o50 miles and a 90cc with 2,100
miles. Both in mint condition. $350 each or best
offer. Call 971-0124 after 6 p.m. 43B919
8 PIECE MODERN Living Room furniture set.
$200 or best offer. 663-6430. 39B919
GARAGE SALE to benefit Women's Crisis' Center
of Ann Arbor at 2009 E. Stadium, Sat., Sept. 20,
Sun, Sept. 21, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Books, Camping Gear
and some Antiques. 36B920
SMALL REFRIGERATOR--Kenmore, 1.7 cubic ft.,.
excellent and brand new. $75. Connie, 994-5474.
12B919
LIKE NEW-Twin Mattress, used 1 semester, $35.
996-0238. - 417B919
BANG & OLUFSEN 3000 Turntable, $180. Sylvania
phono & speakers, $50.663-9872. 59B917
FEMALE LEASE in Mosher-Jordan, single room.
Call immediately, 994-1450. 45B918
H-P '67-Low mileage, new battery, $250. Call 459-
7654after6p.m. 68B925

SiNiLE AND DOUBLE ROOMS for rent, serious
students preferred. $100-$180/month. Including
electric. Contact Dave, 995-4258. 04C919
FURNISHED APT.-2 bdrm., quiet, no pets. Call
662-5328 (ta.m.-11 p.m.). 16C917
NORTH CAMPUS AREA in Orchard Hills. 3 bed-
rooms, large family room with fireplace. $595/mo.
994-9055 evenings and weekends. 97C919
BEAUTIFUL, SUNNY, single apartment-fur-
nished. Oakland & Arch. $280/month. $100 bonus
available. Call David, 994-4289. 82C917
ARROWWOOD HILLS COOPERATIVE
One bedroom townhouses $195.00, Two bedroom
townhouses $223.00, Three & Four bedroom town-
houses occasionally available. Children & small pets
welcome. 665-3116.
Have a share in a community.
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APT. FOR RENT-Living room, bdrm., kitchen,
bath, furnished, all utjlities paid, 2 blocks from
campus. Call 994-2217. Hours 8-12 and 1-5. Call 483-
7293 after 6 p.m. 66C917
MALE OR FEMALE! Spacious room in very nice
2 bdrm. apt. on Packard at E. Univ. Call 665-2084.
Ask for Lewis. 62C915
CAMPUS PARKING available across from South
Quad. Excellent location. $20.00/mo. for assigned
space. Call 971-1022 or 665-6297. dC914
FOR RENT-Furnished apt. on campus, 2 bed-
room. Call 971-6888. 99C917
UM CAMPUS RENTAL house for sale. Parents buy
for son or daughter tenant landlord. Great exper-
ience, appreciation, equity buildup. Call or have
your parents call 313-995-5454. 06B918

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GRADU ATIN G EN GINEERNS
We are specialists in engineering recruitment, entry
level to management. We represent firms located
throughout the U.S. Our service is free, call collect or
send resume to
Shermtech America
Suite D, 16647 Airport Rd.
Lansing, MI 48906
(517) 323-1002
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Students needed for LSA alumni fund-raising tele-
thon. Alumni from across the country will be called
from campus. Two to five nights per week, October 5
through November 20. Hours are 6:30 to 9:30 Sunday
through Thursday. LSA students preferred. $3.50 per
hour. Call 763-5576. 81H919
PATIENT ATTENDANT U-m Hospital assignment.
Midnight and day shift, $3.15 at start, $3.40 after
position. Please apply-State Security Service,
1000Cornwall Pl., 400 N. Ingalls Building, Ann
Arbor. 49H917
WORK-STUDY with Rackham Student Government.
Interesting, responsible positions Flexible hours
Work with students.. Good pay. Call 76:3-5271 morn-
ings. 51H918
DISHWASHERS AND KITCHEN HELP NEEDED
to work in fraternity kitchen. Lunch and dinner
positions available. Convenient on campus location
with excellent food. About ',z hour of work per
night. Call Bruce at 761-6281. 63H919
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING by Sara. Reasonable rates, excellent
quality. Convenient campus, pick-up and delivery.
24-hr. answering service. Phone 429-7666. 80J919
Write-on.. .
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home. One block from Law Quad and Bus. school.
$250/mo. includes heat and laundry facil. 434
Packard. 668-8486. 10C921
ROOMMATE FEMALE-own room in 3 bdrm. apt.
$162/mo. On campus. Evenings 995-2646. 1 1C919
FEMALE-Share large duplex with 3 others. Single
room $195/mo. Burns Park. 6633662. 38C919
CAMPUS--DOWNTOWN location, 2 blocks from
Freize Bldg. Furnished -1 bdrm. apt. for 1 or 2
persons, freshly decorated, new wall to wall carpet-
ing, washer and dryer, parking.
Campus Management
663-4101
15C921
CAMPUS AREA. FEMALE WANTED. Own bed-
room in nice 3 bedroom furnished apt. Call Kathy,
665-2161. 27C923
BEAUTIFUL ROOM available in Burns Park home
(owned by U.M. professor). Quiet grad. or senior.
Furnished, washer/dryer, fireplace, parking.
$157/month. 453-6439 or 769-4001. 37C919
BI-LEVEL 2-BEDROOM furnished across from
CCRB, 1316 Geddes, Apt. No. 2. See Arnie, Rich,
Julian. 03C920
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
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ROOM WITH REFRIG., on campus. Quiet male
$185-includes all utilities. 663-3886 . 33C921
ROOMS IN ALPHA CHI SIGMS, 1319 Cambridge.
Half double for female, two halves of double for
males or females. $120/mo. per person plus deposit.
Includes kitchen facil., T.V., and all bills (except
long dist. tele.). Call 761-5857, ask for Mike Skinner
I r Janet Grenier. 03C919
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
Council, 4003 Michigan Union, or call 662-4414 week-
days 9-5. 23C921
2 OR 3 PERSONS NEEDED for house at 1336 N.
University Ct. (behind CCRB). Furnished. Parking.
769-3770. 07C919
CAMBRIDGE & OLIVIA-Large furnished 2 bed-
room apartment in beautiful house. Reasonable
rent. 665-9651 or 995-1593. 23C919
CHURCH AND S. UNIVERSITY AREA, newly deco-
rated 4-room, furnished apartment. 2 or 3 person
lease. No pets. Call 662-1897. 18C918
STILL LOOKING-Willing to share meals, chores,
expenses, and decisions? Join the Student Coop..
approx. $200/mo. for room, board, util:, laundry and
extras'-Stob Iiter-Cooperative Council, 4002
,_Mich.U{ion orecaIf662-4414 20C923
ROOM AVAILABLE-Great location, across from
Rackham at 913 E. Huron. Small room with com-
munity kitchen, $135. 434-1195 evenings. 36C919
CAMPUS
We are currently leasing our remaining few one-
bedroom, modern furnished apartments Stop by or
call DAHLMANN APARTMEITS, 543 Church,
761-7600 days, 665-2664 eves & weekends eCtc

NEW HOME
New home with fireplace, 3 or 4 bedrooms, 2-car
garage with automatic opener, full basement, wood
deck, use of tennis court and pool. Approximately
11 miles from downtown on west side near Veteran's
Park. $550/month.
Dahlmann Apartments, 761-7600 days,
996-3500 eves & weekends.
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PARKING PLACES FOR RENT --Washtenaw-S.
Foreare a.*al C 658 i 25.3091

HAVE A proficiency in natural science, math or
econ? Project Community offers a program for you
to learn through tutoring and seminar. 3 credits.
Call 763-3548 or visit 2204 Michigan Union. 71F917
EVER BEEN IN PRISON? Project Community
offers experience in the justice system through
service in correctional facilities. Earn academic
credit. Call 763-3548 or visit 2204 Michigan Union.
70F9117

= t5R t:Rr- S - WINT EU..Any game. Anyi
priority. Phone 769-3927, leave message. 37Q927
DESPERATELY NEED 2 Springsteen and 4 M-MSU
tickets, will pay top dollar. Prefer good seats.
761-1268. 31Q920
WANTED-7 pair, non-end zone football tickets
for Michigan-Michigan State game. Call 664-8467,
6p.m.-10p.m. 86Q918
FIVE SETS of U-M Season Tickets, best offer.
996-0367 or 7640344. Ask for Margaret or leave
message. 28Q917
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN TICKETS (pairs. Call
971!1195 BTW. 6:30-9:00 p.m. 19Q920
ABSOLUTE TOP DOLLAR paid for U. of M. football
tickets. Call Mike, 483-4193. 42Q920
WANT SEASON FOOTBALL TICKETS? Call 994-
3567, Barb. 16Q917
ALUMNI WILL PAY very high price for 2 or 4
senior priority season football tickets. 1517) 456-
4111. 24Q907
ABSOLUTE top dollar paid for U of M FOOTBALL
TICKETS. Call Mike. 48-4193. 270!18
CASH for U of M football tickets.
Any Game -Any Section. 995-1580
cQtc
ALUM LOOKING for four together for the Michigan
State game, will settle for two. Call Julie Beth at
996-5950 or 764-0552. dQ917
GERMANY. Study-tour for 3 semester hours of
Purdue history credit, May 17-June 5. 1981 Fly
group rate via Detroit. Applications due October
10. Write G. Murk, History. Purdue, West Lafayette,
IND.47907. 2'P417
ROOMMAT ES
FEMALE NEEDED to share 2 bedroom apartment
with 3 other women. Non-smoker. 995-2463 29Y92;.k
MEN'S 10 SPEED 21-inch frame, very good copdi.
tion, $130 cash. 996-5824. 40Z919
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED to share a ione)
bedroom apt. Please contact Alisa. 668-1659. 54Y9
QUIET CONSIDERATE GRAD PERSON wanted to
share apartment w/2 male grads. Own room Non-
smoker. Near campus and hospital..Need- bed.
Steve,.662-1913..769-1218, 764-5426. 04Y918,

ror rom rippur? If you need a
come check the RIDE BOARD at
R. cG919

Ht MME-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

iUO N GNLIS to internauonal students in
Arbor elementary/high schools. 2-4 grad/under
credits in Ed. or Soc. Call Project Commu
763-3548. 72
HONORS STUDENT COUNCIL-The first me
of the Honors Student Council for this acad
year will be held on Thursday, September 1
7:00 p.m. in 1017 Angell Hall. All Honors Stu
are encouraged to attend. 461
ANN ARBOR'S Lowest Copy Prices
Fast, Full-Service Copying
Accu-Copy,402 Maynard,769-8338
WE GIVE A 15% DISCOUNT on contact
preparations. VILLAGE APOTHECARY. 11
University Avenue.
JO' IN THE MICHIGAN DAILY STAFF. For an3
interested in writing news and/or features fo
Daily, there will be an organizational meetin
Thursday, Sept. 18, at 7 p.m. at the StudentI
lications Building (behind Betsy Barbour and H
Newberry dormitoriesi. Come see what the D
is all about. d
MARY KAY COSMETICS
COMPLIMENTARY FACIAL.
CALL 769-4712

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TELEVISION APPRENTICE WANTED, experience
preferred. 1215Prospect, Ann Arbor 33H927
STUDENTS--National Company expanding into
Ann Arbor-Ypsi area looking for people full or
part time. $7/hr. starting, must be 18, car needed.
For more information call 434-3053. W. Th 6-9,
F 11-5 25H917
READER NEEDED for classes in Business Ad-
ministration. 761-1726, late afternoon-early evening.
35H921
TYPISTS/GRAP'HIC ARTISTS-Work-study
positions open w/The North American Students of
Cooperation. Comfortable office, friendly people.
For info. call 663-i889. 381917
PART-TIME MACHINE OPERATORS
Ann Arbor manufacturing plant seeking part time
production people. Hours are from 8 a.m. to 12'
noon or 12:15 to 4:15 daily. $4.50 hour/starting pay.
$5.25 after 60 days. Apply in person. Ann Arbor
Assembly Corporation. 2775 Broadwalk. Ann Arbor
48104, 662-5789. 44H924
UNLIMITED EARNINGS-Sell speirulina plankton,
the all-natural high protein food of the future
668-8224. IcHtc
CHILD CARE 15 hr./wk. for 5 month old in my
home, transportation possible. Hours somewhat
flexible. 663-3889 after7 p.m 2211917
BABYSITTER-Occasional afternoon and eve-
nings, weekdays and weekends for two year old
girl Looking for flexibility and dependability.
Good wages for the right person. References and
own transportation required. 662-2692 4011920
DISABLED 32 year old woman needs personal
help some mornings and/or evts. 668-6818 persis
tently. 9011912
BUSINESS-COMMUNICATIONS major, grad. or
prof. level, desired for new syndicated radio business
program. Call 971-0108. 61H919
DISABLED 32 year old woman needs , personal
help some mornings and/or eves. 668-6818 persis-
tently. 90H912
MOVING TO SOUTHERN CALIF. --Needs cycle
transported, will pay cash 663-1404 evenings.
13H917

WANTru TO PURCHASE --Microscopes in any
condition made prior to 1930. Send Brand name,
serial number and asking price to P.O. Box 1047,
Dept. 2A, Ann Arbor, MI 48106. 61I918
FOREIGN STUDENTS-Conversational, Business
English. Experienced teacher. $7/hr. Call 769-4244
8-11 p.m. 350923

FUN! FREE! FANTASTIC!
Klave's fourth annual canoe cider mill run. Daily.
Klare's Marina, 8789 McGregor Rd., Pinckney,
Mich.426-4532 22M917

'Threshhold 400 A Cascode amp $900, DYNA PAS 3
PREAMP $125, DCM TIME WINDOWS $425,
SEQUERRA RIBBON TWEETERS $700, AR
TURNTABLE $75. 663-6009 or 482-2686. 14X919

68 OLDS Delmont 88,
dition. $900.00. 764-1634.

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42F923
LEARN TO SKYDIVE PIkOFESSIONAL INSTRUC-
TION AND ADVANCED EQUIPMENT. CLASSES
START 10 A.M. SAT. AND SUN., JUMP SAME
AFTERNOON. Pro-Sport Skydiving, Richmond
Airport, Doyle Rd., Gregory (N of Chelsea). For
info, call 291-2090 after 5 p m. or 498-9772 weekends
(Airport). liF918
GOING HOME for Yom Kippur? If you need a
ride or riders, come check the RIDE BOARD at
Hillel,1429 Hill St. cF919
WANTED-Informed, articulate capital punishment
for talk show. Call Josh Peck, 764-0552. dF918,
THE RACKHAM STUDENT Government (RSG)
office has information on student organizations and
evaluation of dissertation typists. Stop by 2006
Rackham Bldg.or call 763-5271. 83F920
VILLAGE APOTHECARY -We participate in the
Blue Shield. MESSA and PCS prescription pro-
grams. 1112 S._University. lcFtc
GRADUATE STUDENTS assisting graduate stu-
dents. Questions or problems concerning the Uni-
versity? Rackham Student Government (RGS),
2006 Rackham Bldg. 763-5371. 85F1o19
UNION OF STUDENTS OF ISRAEL-Open meet-
ing on Wed., Sept. 17, 7:30 p.m. at Hillel, 1429
Hill St. cF917
I WISH TO TALK to someone who has been vic-
timized by rape for a story I'm doing on the after
math of rape. I will not print your name or indicate
in any way who you are. If you're willing to talk
call Lorenzo at 764-0552 or 996-1692. dF918
RACKHAM STUDENT Government (RSG)
Representing graduate students in University
decision-making and serving as student advocate.
Interested? Call 763-5271. 84F1003
EXCELLENT JOB opportunity for psychology
student with experimental psychophysiology or
psychobiology interest. Excellent pay. Work study
students only. Call 763-0115. 90F917
CARING/SHARING RESIDENTIAL WORKSHOP:
Sheer joy in giving & receiving. Friday evening-
Sunday noon, September 19-21. $55 for single stu-
dent; others based on ability to pay. Bob Blood,
PhD, Margaret Blood, MA-769-0046. cF918
LSAT, GMAT Preparation Courses. Reasonable
Rates. Call 665-3579, Realm Tutoring. 58F916
MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR!
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
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" 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 than ever before for education after high school.
"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's 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
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