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If you find your name and address M j '
in today's Michigan Daily classified Stanley Kubrick's
YOUWIN 2001:
TWO FREE TICKETS A Space Odyssey
to any one of La Cage Aux
State 1-2-3-4
Midnight Movies( F oles
Midnigt Move (Birds of a Feather) SHOWIN

APOCALYPSE
NOW
His hangups are Hilarious
Harol'P Maude _
G OCT. 17 & 18

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, 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 -2-3-4 Midnight
Movie-.of your choice will be presented
you, courtesy of The Michigan Daily
Classified Deportment.

"

UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES

"THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS AFTER 30 YEARS" ATTENTION!!! Students of Gemology, Geology,
-a slide fecture by Jonas Greenfield of Hebrew Retail Merchandising, Fashion Design, Jewelry
Univ., 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct.15 at Hillel, Design...

1429 Hill St. cF1015
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK, 769-0560
1217S. University
1 . cFte
EARN A PILOT'S LICENSE-For a hobby that can
be a useful career tool. Call Ken Widener, 429-7251.
Lessons given at Ann Arbor airport. 05F1019
I would like to talk to a student who is or has been a'
prostitute for a story I'm doing for the Michigan
Daily. I will not print your name or indicate who you
are in any way. If you would like to talk, please call
Lorenzo at 764-0552 or 996-1692. dF1031
Jane-I found someone else like you-Call so we can
talk. dF1031
N.O.W.-ERA WALK '80
Show Your Support For The
Equal Rights Amendment -
SATURDAY, OCT. 18, 10:00 a.m.
LIBERTY PLAZA
Pledge Sheets Available:
UM Women's Studies
LS&A Lobby
Fishbowl-SERA Table
Food Co-ops
25F1015
EARN $$, Psychology Experiment in Cognitive
Processes, one hour session. Call 665-2214 T-Su. 7-9
p.m. 21F1026
SEPARATED/DIVORCED WORKSHOP. For men
and women in transition. Oct. 17-19. $40 for students
with dependents; others based on ability to pay.
Details from Bob Blood Phd. or Margaret Blood M.A.
at 769-0046. cF1016
THOMAS E. DOWLING there's no need to go bowl-
ing 'cause you've just won two free tickets to the
State 1-2-3-4 Theaters. Your tickets are waiting for
you at the Daily office. dW1015
MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR!
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings
cFtc

Full- and part-time sales
Ostarman Jewelers is coming to town in the Arbor-
land Mall. Ostarman Jewelers 29-store contempo-
rary buying jewelry chain is presently recruiting
for both full- and part-time sales positions. Excellent
salary, fringebenefits, and bonus programs includ-
ing educational assistance for studying the DCA
Diamontology or Gemology Programs. For more
information call Stuart Aubrey, Director of Per-
sonnel Services, toll free (800) 537-0250. 53H1021
CYNTHIA COOKINGHAM (Thanksgiving's
approachingyou'd better start working on turkey).
Pick up your free tickets to the State Theatres at
the Daily you lucky Lansingite. dH1015
ATTENTION ILENE S. FISHER-You have just
caught two free tickets to the State 1-2-3-4 Theaters.
Reel them in'at the Daily office. dM1015
Your student bookstore is now accepting ap-
plications for winter book rush. These are TEM-
PORARY jobs in December and January. 3.59/hr.
Rush employees who worked last Jan. or last month
don't need to reapply. All applications from Oct. 13-
25 will receive equal attention. Apply at U. Cellar
(Michigan Union) 530 S. State. 16H1025
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY-Strong, dependable
person to aid disabled professional woman with
meals, personal care. Tuesdays, Saturdays, and
Sundays, dinner times and some later evenings.
Campus. 662-2734 days. 00H1015
NEED WAITRESSES day or night, pizzaman at
night, both preferably experienced. Apply in person
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., 421 E. Liberty. 01H1016
SECRETARY PART-TIME 8:30-1:30, M-F, off
campus, word processing experience preferred.
663-402. 59H1015
RESTAURANT OPENINGS-Waitpeople, busboys,
cooks and pantry help. Lord Fox, 662-1647. 30H1019
OVERSEAS JOBS-Summer/year round. Europe,
S. America, Australia, Asia. All fields, $500-$1200
monthly, expenses paid. Sightseeing. Free Info.
Write: IJC, Box 52-Ml, Corona Del Mar, CA 92625.
06H1025

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1976 aan-4 uoor, lous ofextras. Cotact nuuy, uay
668-7000; evening 449-2205. 65N1021
'80 'TRANSAM, loaded, black special edition,
Goldbird, T-top, sharp, low mileage, immaculate,
toen 9l1 n tar me, -n m r wpkpd-q 1(1N/()1

You have just won two free tickets to the State
1-2-3-4 Theaters. Come and pick them up at the
Daily. dQ1015
CASH for U of M football tickets.
Any Game-Any Section. 995-1580.

167 DULCATI 250 cafe. Perfect A bike, $425.00.

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. cWtc
ANN ARBOR-THE ANTIQUES MARKET, Sunday,
Oct. 19, 5055 Saline-Ann Arbor Road, Exit 175 off I-94,
275 dealers, everything GUARANTEED for authen-
ticity, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. ("Early Birds" welcome after 5
a.m. when dealers arrive). 41W119
your chance.
Help prevent
birth defects

TYPING, PROFESSIONAL, ALLd k TYPES.
Call Noelle evenings and weekends, 971-2364. cJtc

Write-on ...
" Copywriting
* Editing
" Research
" Overnight typing
996-0566

On many new and used pet and aquarium supplies.
Free delivery, 662-4985. 20T1019
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED. Must have bed. Own
bedroom. Call Ron at 663-1651. dYtc
SITUATIONS WANTED
POLI-SCI MAJOR with 3.8 and tutorial experience
will tutor most introd. and some 400-level poli-
sci courses. Call Paul, 995-1113. 9801016
HOUSESITTING JOB WANTED. Experienced
Graduate student. Dates flexible. Call Mark, 764-
9472 days. 4801022

ATTENTION-Election workers needed for election
day, November 4. $3.35 per hour. No experience
required. Must be registered to vote in Ann Arbor.
Call City Clerk's Office, 994-2725. 34H1014

TASTE THE BEER THATOUTSELLS
MOLSON GOLDEN IN CANADA:
LABAIT'S.
Good news!
Labatts, Canada's No. I selling beer, is now imported to the U. S.
So, now it's easier to compare the taste of our Labatt's with the
brew of our friendly competitor
See what you think.
We, like most other Canadians, prefer a bottle of Labatt's Beer
over a Golden.
If we didn't, we'd likely be drinking MolsonĀ® instead-and we

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14 Stratford's
river
15 Combo leader
Shaw
16 Cat's-paw,
for one
17 Try a new hair
style
18 White water lily
19 Black cuckoos
20 Prolong one's
vowels
22 Halloween
camouflage
24 Abstains
26 Unsophisticate
27 Certain hill
dwellers
30 Big -, Calif.
31 Out of print:
Abbr.
34 Disquiet
35 All-American
treat
37 Pecking order
38 Be nosy
39 Stout's Wolfe,
for one
40 Campaign
events
43 Saint or bene-
factor
45 Transport group:
Army abbr.

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ceremony
Enthusiasm
Electronic wave

device'
61 Neighborhood
62 Sometimes it's
cats and dogs
63 Krupp site
64 Sacred image
65 One of a kind
66 Parts of lady's
slippers
67 Neither hide nor
hair

DOWN
1 Composer of
heroic v'erse
2 Finished
3 Beverage
4 Harbinger of
winter

nants
30 Operative
31 Classic musical
32 Golden oriole
33 Unskilled
laborers
35 Ovid's "-
Amatoria"
36 Arrange a party
38 One - cus-
tomer
41 Cote sounds
42 Shoves along
43 Household
feature
44 Parodies
47 Salvage
48 Cost of a
thought
49 Out of style
50 Man on the
white horse
51 "Good Earth"
character
52 Knight wear
53 Latitude heading
55 Bouncing bow
style: Mus.
56 Arc light gas
57 Hamlet, for one
60 Assts. in the
wards
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