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If you find your name and address
in today's Michigan Daily classified'
page
YOU WIN
TWO FREE TICKETS
to any one of
State 1-2-3-4
Midnight Movies.

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JOHN WATERS
Vewtiak
WK5

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 ond address appear, call our busi-
ness office at 764-0560 (9 a.m.-5 p.m.),
420 Maynard, within 48 hours. Two free
tickets for a State 1.23-4 Midnight
Movie of your choice will be presented
you, courtesy of The Michigan Doily
Classified Deportment.

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SHOWING SEPT. 26 & 27

ER A HELP WANTED _____UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES

WIN $1500 IN PRIZES
ALL PROCEEDS TO ST. MARY SCHOOL,
GAYLORD
$1.00 DONATION EACH TICKET
1. Grand Father Clock
2. Lady's Australian Opal-Yellow
Gold Ring
3. Hand Painted Ceramic 18 Figure
Nativity Set
4. Wooden Hobby Horse
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT AUSTIN DIAMOND
1209S. UNIVERSITY
M-F, 9-5 Sat.,9-12
18F1019
SIMCHAT TORAH Services at 7:00 p.m. on Thurs-
day, Oct. 2 at Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Liberal and
Orthodox services followed by communal singing,
dancing, and celebration. cF1002
COUPLES ENRICHMENT WORKSHOP
October 3-5 communication, negotiation, and com-
mitment. $35 registration plus ability to pay fee.
Details from Bob Blood PhD. Margaret Blood MA.
769-0046. cF102
JEWISH GRAD STUDENTS-Trip to a Cider Mill.
Apples, donuts, cider, and a picnic! Bring a bag
lunch. Meet at Hillel, 1429 Hill St., at 10:30 a.m. on
Sunday, Oct. 5. We will carpool, so please drive if
you have a car. cF1005
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK, 769-0560
1217S. University
cFtc
ANN ARBOR'S Lowest Copy Prices
Fast, Full-Service Copying
Accu-Copy, 402 Maynard,7698338
cFtc
U-M WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB-For women who
love to sing. Openings available. Mrs. Edwards,
665-7408 or Laura, 996-1772. 47F1005
SHEMINI ATZERET SERVICES at Hillel, 1429
Hill St., at 9:30 a.m. on Thurs., Oct. 2. cF1002

STUDENT JANITOR needed at The Michigan
Daily. Approx. 1 -2 hrs., mornings, Mon. thru Sat.
Must be U of M student. See Arch Gamm at 420
Maynard St. dH
PART-TIME HELP NEEDED. Waitpersons and
foremen. Apply in person, Dooleys, 310 Maynard.
27H1005
MEDICAL ILLUSTRATOR for anatomic drawing.
Call 761-41460or 971-2809. 24H1005
UNLIMITED EARNINGS-Sell speirulina plankton,
the all-natural high protein food of the future.
668-8224. 1cHtc

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DAILY LINE CONTRACT

Number of Weeks
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RESPONSIBLE, WARM, creative, female grad.
student seeks job as babysitter and/or pet sitter.
Very flexible hours. Please call persistently before
9:30 a.m. or after 9:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday eve-
nings. 662-0232. 68J1003
TYPING, PROFESSIONAL, ALL TYPES.
Call Noelle evenings and weekends, 971-2364. cJtc
HAVE PICK-UP and will haul your stuff. Reason-
able rates. Call John persistently, 662-9458. 33J1003
f USED CA RS
CHEVETTE, '79, 4-door, 4 sp., Tan, undercoated.
973-9716, after 5p.m. 5ON1004
'69 VW-Rebuilt engine, new muffler and starter.
$500.00 or best offer. 663-0294 evenings. 00N1003
TOYOTA CELICA '73-Very good condition, 32
m.p.g., AM/FM cass., 4 speed, $1700 or best offer.
434-4893. 09M1007
'74 GREMLIN, runs well, good mileage. $400.00.
663-0294 evenings. 99N1002
Four Unilug Aluminum mags with L-60 and G-60 TA
tires. Good condition. $250. 761-2839 evenings. 82N103
Camaro 1973-54,000 miles. 350 4-speed, new shocks.
new side mount headers, AM-FM. Excellent con-
dition. 761-2839 Evenings. 81N103
Dodge van 1972. Body rough, runs good, $600. 761-2839
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S'U1iuTEEN. Two tIcKet8. Will pay top aeliar.
SKIERS! DON'T MISS the first meeting of the Call cllect, 616-784-0704. 16Q103
U of M Ski Team. Alpine/X-Ctry, M/F. Angell
Hall No. 2203, 7 p.m., 10/7/80. 86M1003 CASH for U of M football tickets.
WE hope that JUDITH A. FEINBERG has a fine Any Game-Any Section. 996-1580.
evening at the State 1, 2, 3, 4 Theaters this weekend -cQtc

BE A ND SCOOTERS
BICYCLES-Completely refurbished 3 speeds.
$35-0. Howard, 662-2684. Must sell, leaving. 28ZI004
Men's 10 speed 21-inch frame, very good condition;,

SHEMINI ATZERET SERVICES at Hillel, 1429
Hill St. at 7:00 p.m. on Wed., Oct. 1. Dinner reser-
vations by Wed. noon. cF1002
SIMCHAT TORAH SERVICES at 7:00 p.m. on
Thursday, Oct. 2 at Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Liberal
and Orthodox services followed by communal
singing,.dancing, and celebration. cF1002
RACKHAM STUDENT GOVERNMENT (RSG )-
Representing graduate students in University
decision-making and serving as student advocate.
Interested? Call 763-5271. 84F1003
SHABBAT SERVICES at Hillel, 1429 Hill St., at
7:00 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 3. Conservative and
Orthodox services. Dinner follows. Make dinner
reservations by Wed. noon. cF1003
ISRAELI FOLK DANCING 1-3 p.m. Sunday, Oct.
5 at Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Instruction and open
dancing. All welcome. cF1005
MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR!
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209 S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cFtc

LAKE'S
DUTCH AUCTION
Huge jewelry sale on Malachite, mother-of-pearl,
turquiose, abalone, coral, jade, sterling silver, etc.
Begins Wed., Oct. 1. First day: 10% off, Second day:
20% off, Third day: 30% off, and so forth until it's
all gone.
211S. State St.--665-3464
26M1008
AUDITIONS for male singers and/or dancers and
walk on parts for UAC Musket's Power Center
production of Cole Porter's "Anything Goes." Call
763-1107 for information. 21M1005
$500 REWARD
for information leading to the person who stole
our sign.
LAKE'S
211 S. State St., 665-3464
25M1005

lSpringsteen tickets, main floor, blue tier. Best offer.
764-8688 or 763-2898. 84Q103
FOR SALE-4 TOGETHER. UM-MSU, 40 yd. line.
Best offer. 769-4118. 29Q1003
WILLING TO TRADE 2 excellent Springsteen
Cobo tickets for 2 Crisler tickets which must be in
first ten rows. Will negotiate price. Call Marty at
764-0625. 70Q1002
I HOPE. that KENT SCHMECKPEPER has a fine
time at the movies this weekend, because he is
the lucky winner of two free tickets to the State
1, 2, 3, 4 Theaters. dB1002
NICHLOAS ROOMELIOTIS I hope you don't have
mononucleosis, because you just won free tickets
to The State 1, 2, 3, 4 Theaters. dS1002
ABOLUTE TOP DOLLAR paid for U-M Football
tickets. Call Ken, 483-4193. 2291003
MEECHIGAN FOOTBALL TICKETS
Whose got X-Tree Tickets?
Who needs 'em? X-Tree Tickets
994-0145.
27Q1003
WILLING TO TRADE 2 excellent Springsteen
tickets for 2 Crisler tickets which must be in first
ten rows. Will negotiate price. Call Marty at 764-
0625. 70Q1002

-FML non-smoIing. roommate.neeaea ,o snare
mortern, 4 person, 2 bedroom apt. Great location.
Call 769-3345. 37Y1004
MALE.ROOMMATE NEEDED. Must have bed. OWn
bedroom. Call Ron at663-1651. dYtc
ROOMMATE WANTED to share 2 bedroom apar-
tment._Furnished, low rent. Call 994-0355. 89Y1003
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED. Must have bed
for own bedroom. Convenient location. Call Ron at
663-1651. dYtc
MALE ROOMMATE-Share 4 bdrm. house on great
location. $125/mo. Call 994-1538. 1tY100
Use Daily
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- DAILCROSSWORD PUZZLE

Edited by

Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe
@ 1980 Los Angeles Times Syndicate

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1 Recording
medium
5 Watch part
0 Aerie
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5 Black-eyed
Susan's cousin
6 Bruins' home
7 "- of
Narnia," C.S.
Lewis work
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Singer Torme
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Trendy's con-
cern
Hogan's haunt
Norwegian ex-
ports
Russian sea
Blushing
Eroded
Projector ad-
juncts
Bacchanal cry
Russian veto
word
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Musical interval
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Georgia, for one
-- Khan
Young salmon
Hypothetical
force
Enrolled
Be first
Make homo-
genous
Hurricane part
Ebbed
Aromatic kernel
Unbleached
Pivot
Oriental weight
Verne's captain
Severn feeder
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Poetic muse

27 Underground
stem
28 Pinafore, for
short
29 Liege's river
30 Sheep genus
31 Suburban
32 Win by
33 Labyrinths
35 Area abbr.
38 Mod group
members
39 canto
41 Mets' home
44 Small missile
45 Sign of affection
46 Does a math
job
48 Story of super-
natural happen-
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49 Cut
50 Ilium
51 Berne's river
52 Red Sea gulf
53 Bakery
employee
54 Glacial snow
55 Adam's grand-
son
56 Printing direc-
tion
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MEDICAL ILLUSTRATOR for anatomic drawing.
Call 761-0146 or 971-2809'. 24H1005
STUDENT BUS DRIVERS NEEDED. Must have
heavy equipment experience on the highway and
good driving record. $5.50 per hr. after 90 days.
Call Bob or Larry, 764-2485. , cH1012
PART TIME Employment with Michigan's largest
multi-manufacture distributor. Automobile re-
quired. For further information, phone Mr. Kay,
person-to-person collect, (517) 339-9500. 10H1008
ANN ARBOR MINNESOTA FABRICS has immed-
iate part-time evening positions. Apply in person.
Maple Village Shopping Center. 662-4449. 23H1005
STUDENTS-Men and women touch football offi-
cials needed. No experience necessary. If interested
call Moby Benedict, 763-3562. dH1003
ENVIRONMENTALLY CONCERNED? Greenpeace
needs fund raisers for its local campaign. Call
Robin at 663-0056 for more info. from 12:30-2:00.
65H928
BELLY DENCERS WANTED. For full and part time
work in AA area. Good pay, must be available for
day and evening work. Call Belly Gram 484-3010.
87H104
Sales person part time. Call commercial establish-
ments to set up group purchase program. Need auto.
Salary and commission. Send resumes to Box No. 14
Michigan Daily. 90H1003
ELVIS COSTELLO style singer needs rock
musicians for concertiand recording. Call 971-8467.
92H 104
WORK STUDY GRAD STUDENTS-Looking for
exciting research opportunities in applied social
problems. Good pay. Call 763-5952. 01H1003
WANTED-A babysitter to accompany us to
Stratford this Sat., Oct. 4 thru Oct. 6 for fun and
profit. 662-0712. 96H1003
OVERSEAS JOBS-Summer/year round. Europe,
S. America, Australia, Asia. All fields, $500-$1200
monthly, expenses paid. Sightseeing. Free Info.
Write: IJC, Box 52-MIl, Corona Del Mar, CA 92625.
06H 1025
TUTOR NEEDED-Low level college math. 434-
3480, evenings. 98H1005
SECOND YEAR law student needed for research,
preparation of Complaints and Motions. If interested
send resume to Michael J. Gallagher, P.O. Box L,
9812 East Grand River, Brighton, MI 48116. 03H1004
BOOKKEEPER-Assistant needed 12:30-4:30 p.m.
Monday-Friday. Call 662-5784 for interview, Monday-
Friday, 8 a.m.-12 noon ONLY, ask for Trisha.
79H1004
DISHWASHER for lunches, approx. 1 hour, free
lunch. 769-1972. 69H930
BUSBOY for small fraternity. 2 meals/day. Call
761-5145. 66H1004
JANITORIAL, cleaning/maintenance-early morn-
ing, evenings, Saturday. Permanent, part-time
(20 hr./wk.). $3.90/hr. plus benefit after probation-
ary period, Apply at U Cellar (Michigan Union
basement). 46H1002
APT. MANAGER for 20-unit bldg. Good terms.
(313) 851-3555. 75H1005

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