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Page 6-Thursday, October 16, 1980-The Michigan Daily

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If you find your name and address
in today's Michigan Daily classified,
page
YOU WIN

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No Contest To Enter!

Stanley Kubrick's
2001:

TWO FREE TICKETS A Space Odyssey

AIPOCAILYPSE
NOW
Hi q are HiMariudes
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to any one of
State 1-2-3-4
Midnight Movies.

La Cage Aux
FoliosI

Just look through todoy's Classified
Ads. Five U. of M. students will find their
names hidden in this section. if your
name and address appear, callour busi-
ness office at 764-0560 (9 a.m.-5 p.m.),
4204Maynard, within 48 hours. Two free'
tickets for a State 1-2-3-4 Miginight
Movie of your choice will be presentedM
you, courtesy of The Michigan Daily
Classified Department.

(Birds of a Feather)

SHOWING OCT. 17 & 18

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UNCONTRACTED CLASSIFIED RATES

LOST Monday, Oct. 6-Adult gray tabby cat with
white chest. Neutered male, declawed, Wall Street
vicinity. Call 769-2047. Reward. 38A1019
FOUND-A woman's Seiko watch on Catherine St.
between Division and State. To claim call 763-
3595 and describe the watch. dA1018
LOST-A black men's wallet in Mason Hall. If
found call 764-7719. Ask for John. Reward. dA1017
A letter was found by Rackham with the return
address of Shoresham, Washington, D.C. and
addressed to IMOLDA LOURDES MOLIAN. There
is no address but it is sealed and stamped. 764-
8158. dA1018
LOST-A black men's wallet in Mason Hall. If
found call 764-7719. Ask for John. Reward. dA1017
FOUND-Pair of glasses in lawn of Frieze Building,
Friday, Oct. 10, glasses have brown rims. 665-

2 sROuum CNUU. surns ParK. All appliances,
$400/month, including heat. 995-3535 or 662-8002.
52C1019
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT on Hill near Main,
furnished, clean, carpeted. $345/mo. 769-4298 per-
sistently. 23C1017
PETER J. BORGMAN, I hope movies don't bore
you 'cause you've won tickets to the State 1-2-3-4
Theatres. Come on into the Daily office and pick
them up! dC1016
YOUR CHOICE-2 bedroom apt. either furnished
or unfurnished-across from Rackham, parking,
washer and dryer facilities. 662-7787. 84C1014
FEMALE NON-SMOKING ROOMMATE needed to
share four person, two-bedrooin apt. Great location.
Call 769-3345. 97C1014
DELUXE 1 BEDROOM SUBLET. Short term
lease with options. Clubhouse extras. 994-9095 eves.
35C1018
CAMPUS-1 BLOCK
Delightful one-bedroom apartment, reasonable rent,
Modern Apartments-668-6906. cCtc
ROOMS FOR RENT in a centrally located frater-
nity. Room and board includes 16 meals a week,
washing and. drying facilities, and free parking.
For information call 761-5227. 22C1018
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED. Own room must
have bed. Convenient. Call Ron at 663-1651. dCtc

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DAILY LINE CONTRACT

Number of Weeks
line/week 13 26 3

Number of Weeks
9 inches/week 13 26 39

12
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60

34 31 27 16 210
33 30 26 9 2 05
31 28 24, 12 200
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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. O0H1016
MEALMAN NEEDED to work dinner, clean-up in
frat. 6 days a week in exchange for meals. Minimum
perspiration, maximum eating. 761-3127, ask for
Mark. 54H1017
REGISTERED NURSE CONSULTANT NEEDED
to provide services to mentally retarded clients
residing in specialized home-like settings in Wash-
tenaw and Monroe counties. Hours and days flexible,
8-40 hrs. per month. For further information contact
Hillcrest Regional Center, AIS Department, (517)
546-8432. 60H1022
UNLIMITED EARNINGS-Sell Speirulina plankton,
the all-natural high protein food of the future.
Call Paul Bail at 668-8227. 1cFtc
JULIE-ANN GERSIN, you have won free tickets to
the State 1-2-3-4 Theatres and you can pick them up
at the Daily office. And you don't have to worry;
the State Theatre is not chauvinistic. Of course
they let Gersin! (Sorry). dO1016
RESTAURANT OPENINGS-Waitpeople, busboys,,
cooks and pantry help. Lord Fox, 662-1647. 30H1019
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

WANTED-4 good tickets oge er ichigan-
Purdue game November 15. Willing to pay $15.0d
each. Call Mr. Bourassa, 313-557-7722 between
8:30 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. 57Q1021
NEED 5 U.M.-ILLINOIS tickets. Must be together;
Call Mike, 764-1082. dQ1017
WANTED-Illinois and Purdue Football Tickets.
DETROIT Lions Tickets For Sale. Phone 769-
3927. 44Q1021
MARSHA E. NOTTINGHAM, The last in a long
line of cruel, English sheriffs, come on into the
Daily office and pick up your free tickets to the
State 1-2-3-4 Theatres. dR1016
CASH for U of M football tickets.
Any Game-Any Section. 995-1580.

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1976 SAA- aoor, los o extras.Contact nuUy, uay
668-7000; evening 449-2205. 65N1021
'80 'TRANSAM, loaded, black special edition,
Goldbird, T-top, sharp, low mileage, immaculate,
$88,00.231-1366 after 6 p.m. or weekends. IONIOIT'

BOOK SALE-FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17
11 a.m.-6 p.m. 331 Thompson St.,
Thousands of used books.
Hardcover $1.00, paperbacks 30t

N B Each group of characters counts as one word
Hyphenated words over 5 characters count as two words
(this includes telephone numbers)

MOVING SALE-Furniture, rugs, plants,: bicycles
and more. 819S. State at Packard. October 18 & 19.
31B1019

8 lines equals 1 inch

7 words per line

SALE FOR SUBLEASE, Price negotiable, avail-
able immediately, very good location. Call 764-5062.
32B1021
CHEST OF DRAWERS
5 Drawers-Maple
$32.00 Ea.
NIGHT STANDS
Oak-1930 Vintage
$22.00 Ea.
DRUM SET
Ludwig
Make Offer
PHONE: 313-475-2842
33B1018
GIBSON ES125, late 50s. Good condition. $250.
Call Joel, 995-9825. 18B1018
FOR SALE-BALDWIN No. 5 CONSOLE ORGAN,
2 keyboards, full foot pedals, $750. Call 663-8244.
dBtc
BARGAINS-Brand new beige colored towel stand,
$20; Artcarved wedding band, white and yellow
gold with small diamonds, size 8%, bargain for
$90. Call Kermit at 769-7824 between 4:30 and 6
.m. ONLY, PLEASE; thanks. dBtc
SELF-STORAGE-Clean, safe, private units from
$14/mo. 1 mile from U M football stadium. Stow
Away Self Storage. 769-0119. cCtc
APARTMENT FOR RENT. 1-bedroom w/loft.
$300/month. Full kitchen and bathroom. Call 663-
3526 or 665-2676. 46C1030
1 BEDROOM APARTMENT for rent. Pinckney
area. All utilities paid. Call 426-8044. 02C1016
ANSWER TO- PREVIOUS PUZZLE
BOSS SC.IA-MP SI E
AVON ARTIE TOOL
REDO CALLA ANIS
DRAWL FALSEFACE
FASTS OAF
B ILL I ES SUR OPP
UNEASE APPL EP I E
RANK PRY NERO
SPE ECHES PATRON
A T S 0 U R REPEALS
P 0 S PETER
HOMESTEAD STAND
ELAN LASER AREA
RAIN ES EN ICON
ONLY STEMS NONE

2 BEDROOM APARTMENT on Hill near Main,
furnished, clean, carpeted. $345/mo. 769-4248 per-
sistently. 23C1017
2 BEDROOM, CAMPUS AREA, MONTH TO
MONTH LEASE. Call Larry, 665-6631. 17C1017
SOUTH UNIVERSITY-WASHTENAW AREA-
Your own locked private bdrm. in 3 bdrm. furnished
house. Fireplace, parking, newly decorated and*
carpeted. Prefer serious student or nurse. For ap-
pointment to see 665-8825, eves. 475-9773. 39C1019
ROOM WITH KITCHEN privileges, 1 mile from
campus, $160/mo. Call 663-6283. 11C1017
ON CAMPUS
I need a roommate to share my apartment. Call 668-
6906. cCtc
CAMPUS
We are currently leasing our remaining few one-
bedroom, modern furnished apartments. Stop by or
call DAHLMANN APARTMENTS, 543 Church,
761-7600 days, 665-2664 eves & weekends. cCt
ARROWWOOD HILLS COOPERATIVE
One bedroom townhouses $195.00, Two bedroom
townhouses $223.00, Three & Four bedroom
townhouses occasionally available. Children & small
pets welcome. 665-3116.
Have a share in a community
cCtc
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.
cCtc
JAZZ-Drum and bass player needed for small
combo. Call Gil, 764-7655. 43F926
LSAT PREPARATION COURSE-Reasonable fees,
experienced teachers, evening classes Nov. 4-Dec. 4.
Realm Tutoring Service, 665-3579. 49F1102

Ye 2 bedrdon
37Y102t

apt. $116/month. Call 769-4673.

THE KLEZMORIM (Yiddish street band musicians),
8:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 18 at Mendelssohn
Theater. All seats reserved, $5. Tickets available at
Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Party at Hillel following concert.
cF1018
NOTICE TO THE IRANIAN Student Association
or any members of that organization: the books,
papers,and other materials which you left in your
former office for over 1 year (after being asked to
remove) will be disposed of on Oct. 27,1980 unless
you contact MSA, 3909 Michigan Union. 763-3241.
29F1016
JAMES D. MARKS, inventor of the present German
currency system, come on into the Michigan Daily
office and pick up your free tikets to the State
1-2-3-4 Theatres. dF1016
ANGRY AT YOUR MUFFLER? Maybe it's just
exhausted. Get rid of it by buying a new muffler
over the phone. 769-5913. 3cFtc
MEEKREK MEZUZAH Hanging Party and Study
Break. 10:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 16 in the
Meekreh office, 4402 Markley. cF106
SEE OUR COSMETICIAN for your make-up needs.
Village Apothecary, 1112 S. University Ave. 3cFtc
OFFSET AND XEROX
FAST LOW COST DUPLICATING
COPYQUICK, 769-0560
1217S. University
.-cFtc
I would like to tplk 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
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
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

MAKE LOVE-NOT WAR!
(It's good for our business)
Austin Diamond
1209S. University
663-7151
Specializing in custom
engagement & wedding rings

Call Noelle evenings and weekends, 971-2364. cJtc
Write-on ...
" Copywriting
" Editing
e Research
. Overnight typing
996-o5

MEREDITH J. JONES, you've won free tickets to
the State 1-2-34 Theatres and all you have to do is
come in to the Daily office and pick them up. dZ116
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED. Must have bed. Own
bedroom. Call Ron at 663-1651. dYtc
SITUI A TIONS W A NTED
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. Experiencgd
Graduate student. Dates flexible. Call Mark, 764-
9472 days. 4801022

cFtc

WANT TO SHARE RIDE from Flint to U of M 8-5
daily. Call Karen at 763-3000. 47G1019

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). 41W1019

Do a Tree a Favor:
Recycle Your Daily

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ATTENTION!!! Students of Gemology, Geology,
Retail Merchandising, Fashion Design, Jewelry
Design ...
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, fringe benefits, 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
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
OVERSEAS JOBS-Summer/year round. Europe,
S. America, Australia, Asia. All fields, 4500-$1200
monthly, expenses paid. Sightseeing. Free Info.
Write: IJC, Box 52-MIl, Corona Del Mar, CA 92625.
06H1025

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to order your subscription today

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ANN ARBOR'S Lowest Copy Prices
Fast, Full-Service Copying
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DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe

CAREER.PLANNING AND PLACEMENT
Fall Term Recruiters
For more information call Career Planning and Placement Office 764-7460

ACROSS
1 Top
5 Gloom
9 Difficulty
12 Related
15 - about
(legal phrase)
16 Chemical suffix
17 Prejudiced
18 Steamroller, e.g.
20 Important
22 - es Salaam
23 Coute -
coute
24 Tongue of some
Scots
25 North Atlantic
hazard
26 Estimate
28 Dakota Indians
29 "Daddy Long-
legs"
31 Trade
deduction
33 Browns
34 Foreign goods
38 Common con-
traction
39 South African
statesman
Kruger
40 Singer Joan
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43 Prefix with verse
or form
45 Beginner.
46 He, in Rome
47 Anger
48 Kind
49 Surpassing
excellence
54 Hopeful
55 Do---
58 One of eleven
59 .Lodgings
60 Overdone
61 Lineal meas.
62 River of N
England
63 Endeavor,
DOWN
1 Word with sky
or sea
2 Biblical priest
3 Menu phrase
4 Upsetting s
5 Place to worship
6 Indisputable
7 Kind of hedonist
8 Persian coin
9 Put back to work
10 Disquiet
11 Milton and
family

13 Poetic time of
day
14 Initials on a
shingle
19 Magic lanterns
21 Godiva, for one
22 Arnaz
25 Kind of relief
26 Artist Wood
27 Birthplace of
Pythagoras
30 November
winners
32 Motoring abbr.
35 Abused orally
36 Young -
37 Street caution
40 Elizabeth, for
short
41 "It's - night
for singing..."
42 African
antelopes
44 Dillon
50 Diamonds, for
example
51 Movie, in Madrid
52 Freud concern
53 Negative
56 Eight, in old
Greece
57 Johnny -

SEPTEMBER 22, 1980
EXXON CORPORATION
SEPTEMBER 23, 19W0
EXXON CORPORATION
SEPTEMBER 29 1980
MOBAY CHEMICAL CORPORATION
SEPTEMBER 30, 1980
ARCO CORPORATION
ATLANTIC RICHFIELD COMPANY
WESTERN ELECTRIC RESEARCH CTR.
OCTOBER 1,19U -
RADIAN CORPORATION
OCTOBER 2, 1980
BATTELLE-COLUMBUS LABORATORIES
CHEVRON COMPANIES
PHILLIPS PETROLEUM COMPANY
U.S. ARMY TANK-AUTOMOTIVE
MATERIAL READINESS COMMAND
WHITE SUNSTRAND MACHINE TOOL
COMPANY.
OCTOBER 3,1980
CHEVRON COMPANIES
OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY
PHILLIPS PETROLEUM COMPANY
OCTOBER7,1980
FMC CORPORATION
GAF CORPORATION
TEXACO INC.
OCTOBER 8, 19W0
LYNDON B. JOHNSON SCHOOL OF
PUBLIC AFFAIRS
OXY METAL INDUSTRY
PRUDENTIAL LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY
TEXACO INC.
OCTOBER 9, 1980
INDIANA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF
BUSINESS
INSTITUTE FOR EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
TRAINING
KIMBERLY-CLARK CORPORATION
MACY'S NEW YORK
MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
OLD KENT BANK AND TRUST

OCTOBER 14,190
ACTION/PEACE CORPS/VISTA
BURROUGHS CORPORATION
EXXON U.S.A.
MONTGOMERY WARD AND
COMPANY
ROHM AND HAAS COMPANY
STANDARD OIL CO. OF INDIANA
OCTOBER 15, 190
ACTION/PEACE CORPS/VISTA
EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY
FACTORY MUTUAL ENGINEERING
ASSOCIATES
MANUFACTURING DATA SYSTEMS,
INC. (MDSI),
ROHM AND HAAS COMPANY
U.S. AIR FORCE
OCTOBER 16, 190 -
ACTION/PEACE CORPS/VISTA
CONOCO, INC. (G)
FRITO LAY
GEORGE WASHINGTON
UNIVERSITY/LAW CENTER
STEPAN CHEMICALCOMPANY
UNITED FARM AGENCY, INC.
OCTOBER 17, 1950
ABBOTT LABORATORIES
CONOCO, INC.
MEAD JOHNSON
PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY
OF AMERICA
OCTOBER 20,1950
ARCO-ANACONDA
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
JEFFERSON-WARD
SCM CORPORATION
UNION CARBIDE CORPORATION
QCTOBER 21, 190
JEFFERSON-WARD
McMASTER CARR SUPPLY COMPANY
UNION CARBIDE CORPORATION
XEROX CORPORATION
OCTOBER 22,190
AMOCO PRODUCTION COMPANY
BURROUGHS CORPORATION
HOOKER CHEMICAL COMPANY
INSTITUTE FOR PARALEGAL
TRAINING

OCTOBER 27,190
RAYCHEM CORPORATION
SHELL COMPANIES
OCTOBER 28,190
. BURROUGHS CORPORATION
CHEMICAL ABSTRACTS SERVICE .
DAYTON POWER AND LIGHT
MONSANTO COMPANY
SHELL COMPANIES
OCTOBER 29,19W0
AMERICAN NATIONAL INSURANCE
COMPANY
BELL SYSTEM
MONSANTO COMPANY
UNION OIL CO. OF CALIFORNIA
U.S. NAVY
OCTOBER 30,190
R.R. DONNELEY AND SONS
OWENS-CORNING FIBERGLAS
CORPORATION
U.S. NAVY
OCTOBER 31, 1980
LUBRIZOL CORPORATION
SOFTECH INC.
U.S. NAVAL SURFACE WEAPONS CTR.
NOVEMBER 3,19W0
AMERICAN MOTORS CORPORATION
WHARTON GRADUATE SCHOOL
OF BUSINESS
NOVEMBER 4,190
AMERICAN GRADUATE SCHOOL OF
INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT
DATA GENERAL CORPORATION
NOVEMBER 5, 19N0
PRE-BUSINESS DAY
ADP NETWORK SERVICES
BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
DIAMOND SHAMROCK
. CORPORATION
DIGITAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY
NOVEMBER 6,190
FAIRCHILD CAMERA AND
INSTRUMENT -
L.B. SCHREIBER CHEESE COMPANY
SHILLITO's
hNVM3ET7 .195A0

NOVEMBER11,190
'ELANESE CORPORATION
DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY
GTE SYLVANIA-WESTERN DIVISION
HARVARD UNIVERSITY GRADUATE
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
IBM CORPORATION
LAWRENCE LIVERMORE LABORATORY
MANUFACTURERS NATIONAL BANK
NOVEMBER 12,1968
DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY
PROCTER & GAMBLE DISTRIBUTING
COMPANY
PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY
U.S. AIR FORCE
UNITED TELEPHONE COMPANY
OF 01410
NOVEMBER 13,1960
B.F. GOODRICH COMPANY
CONSORTIUM FOR GRADUATE
STUDY IN MANAGEMENT
MOBIL OIL CORPORATION
PROFESSIONAL COMPUTER
RESOURCES
RUTGERS UNIVERSITY/GRADUATE
AND PROFESSIONAL ADMISSIONS
STANFORD UNIVERSITY
NOVEMBER 14,19W
J.L. KELLOGG GRADUATE SCHOOL OF
MANAGEMENT/NORTHWESTERN
UNIVERSITY
STANFORD UNIVERSITY
NOVEMBER 17, 190
GANTOS
HARRIS CORPORATION
MARATHON OIL COMPANY
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF
BUSINESS
THE RAND CORPORATION
NOVEMBER 18,190
EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL
OF BUSINESS
PETER SUNDHOLM AND ASSOCIATES
XEROX CORPORATION
NOVEMBER 19, 198
MINORITY GRADUATE SCHOOL DAY

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